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Has anyone figured out the pharaoh of the Exodus?

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Submitted by Lujack Skylark (United States), May 17, 2007 at 18:08

Thutmose III was the pharaoh of the Exodus; the Egyptian Napolean who conquered the Middle-East making all nations bow before him. His aunt was queen Hatshepsut the princess who saved Moses life. Thutmose III threw a fit when he discovered Hatshepsut had saved Moses, so he destroyed all her statues and tried to erase her memory. Moses would not bow before Egyptian gods which was required by Thutmose III the pharaoh of the Exodus.

After Thutmose III died, the whole reign of Amenhotep II through the whole reign of Shishak = 521 years proving Thutmose III was Exodus pharaoh. 586 B.C. Solomon's Temple was destroyed. Check the reigns of Jerusalem kings. Solomon's reign should be 1019-979 B.C. so this way Zedekiah's last year is 586 B.C. 1495 B.C. is the Exodus for Solomon's 4th year is 1015 B.C. (1 Kings 6:1) Joan Oates "Babylon" states Amorite 400 years (Genesis 15:13-16) power 300 years were in Babylon. 1895-1595 B.C. Then Amorite power was in Syria and Canaan 1595-1495 B.C. for Biblical match. Thutmose III dies. Amenhotep II, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III and Akenaton ALL collect tribute from the Amorites proving their power was broken with Thutmose III.

The real chronology is 70 years different from the old chronology but Oxford won't accept it because it shows the Jews recorded the truth about the Exodus. Forty years after Thutmose III dies-the Tel-Amarna letters confirms the Haribu-(Hebrews) were in the land of Canaan but these guys are getting nice royalty checks off their books they won't tell the truth. Amenhotep III the sun king received the letters but Joshua 10 chapter showed Israel in the valley of Abijon defeated their enemies when the sun stood still for almost 24 hours in the sky.

Amenhotep III being the sun god incarnate would not send troops to help the Canaanites for if the Israelites defeated the Egyptians-the Egyptians would become the laughing stock of all nations. Egyptian gods would be mocked. Joshua dies and Akenaton believes in his 5th year wrongly that Joshua worshipped the sun god. Akenaton's 6th year of reign Judges 3:8 Cushan-Rishathaim (Mitanni king Tushratta) Akenaton's cousin takes over Israel. Akenaton believes the Jews have lost the power of the sun-god. Akenaton abolishes all other gods of Egypt to worship Aton the sun god. You see the historians are lying. Akenaton was not the first to establish montheism worship-it was Moses or farther back Abraham. Archaeologist state Jericho was destroyed 1455 B.C. and this research I have outlined proves the Jewish people told the truth as written in the Holy Scriptures.

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