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( Download E-pub ) õ Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites è What if the whole story of the Exodus from Egypt was a fake story, and what if we could prove that it is Whenever we say the Exodus everybody unconsciously and instantly recognizes the story as the fleeing of the Israelites headed by Moses from the grip of Egypt s ruthless Pharaoh Thanks to the Church, the Synagogue, the Mosque and of course Hollywood films this Exodus story has sunk deep in the collective subconscious of the masses, so deep that the story of Moses and Pharaoh has turned into an almost unshakable historical truth that once took place in Ancient Egypt But actually nothing in the milieu of that story indicates that it happened in Egypt, except maybe the mistaken association between Pharaoh and King of Egypt Likewise, nothing in ancient Egyptian records or its oral tradition say or even allude to the fact that this tale of Moses really happened in Egypt Even shocking is the fact that the ancient Egyptian records do not refer to the Kings of Egypt as Pharaohs Yes, Pharaoh was never a title for Egypt s king Linking Pharaoh to Ancient Egypt is merely a myth propagated by centuries of falsehood brought about by misleading interpretation of Biblical history The only reason we know the story of the Exodus happened in Egypt is because the Bible says so We keep on believing that is the case because mainstream Egyptologists just went along with the Biblical narrative and absentmindedly designated Egypt s Kings as Pharaohs But if we examined the Hebrew text the Bible currently in our hands used as a reference we will strangely not find Egypt mentioned in it as the site land of the Exodus story The whole mess deception took place during translating the Hebrew Aramaic stories into Greek back in the third century BC This is when Egypt was first hijacked and forcibly placed in the Hebrew Bible as the theater of the Israelite landmark stories Ironically this whole act of duplicity took place on Egyptian soil and specifically at its legendary library of Alexandria But what if the Bible as we know it has long been tampered with What if the first western translation of the so called Israelite stories, that came to be known as the Septuagint Bible, was a distorted translation What if the Israelite stories we all have been made to believe took place in Egypt simply did not What if Egypt was fraudulently introduced in the Bible as the theater of the Israelite stories What if the homeland of Judaism and the early Israelites is not Palestine What if ancient Egypt never knew any so called Pharaohs What if Abraham, Joseph and Moses never set foot in Egypt nor even dreamed about it What if the whole story of the Exodus from Egypt was a fake story, and what if we could prove that it is In all history books, the credibility of the author is important His her qualifications, research the sources used, the bibliography and also what has been left out are major concerns in deciding whether the book is an objective study of the time and place After all anyone can just make up anything they want or even discredit anything that doesn t fit their thesis and publish it these days and do So is this author writing this book from the objective point of view of how archaeology migh In all history books, the credibility of the author is important His her qualifications, research the sources used, the bibliography and also what has been left out are major concerns in deciding whether the book is an objective study of the time and place After all anyone can just make up anything they want or even discredit anything that doesn t fit their thesis and publish it these days and do So is this author writing this book from the objective point of view of how archaeology might prove or disprove ancient texts Or is he writing it from his own point of view I think this is very important and would like to share some quotes from the author, On anti Semitism from ancient times, in every society, up to now notice the WeWe have to admit that there is something inherently irreconcilable to the gentile way of life in the genuine attributes of the Jews and their culture that peoples throughout different places and times disliked The usual Jewish conspiracy of controlling the world why have I only got a bookshopIn the 19th century when the United States of America was emerging as the new world superpower, it was time for yet another Jewish Khazarian Mafia worth reading, extreme anti semitic conspiracy theory, really extreme Quite entertaining fraud to control this new worldand,just as the US is the superpower of the Modern World, Egypt was for the ancient world Jews have always been smart at exploiting manipulating those in power Josephus, the Jewish Roman historian,Josephus He betrayed his people and lived as a pet in Rome Of course, he got rich, probably The Jews to this day reject just about everything he says because of thisHe made that up Why would anyone reject what is one of the few historical documents from that time The author believes that Mormons not just faked everything but are co conspirators of the Khazarian Mafia ie the Jews He has Herzl among other prominent Jews being anti Semitic themselves He makes up quotes that when you look them up on the internet resolve to very few sites all anti Semitic or individuals Not one is on any quote site or original source Yet, because he or someone else of his persuasion has made it up and said that person said it, then it must be true or at least he hopes to convince other people, either through naievety or bias confirmation, of the truth of his made up quotes And he accuses the West and Jews of fake news Do you really believe everything you ve been taught about Egypt and the Pharoahs was Western mythology originated by the Jews Do you really think the mummy cases and hieroglyphics and historical documents detailing the Pharoahs from Egypt and Rome are all fake I m just now watching a documentary by the Egyptologist, Dr Joann Fletcher Am I to disbelieve everything she says about Pharoahs and their pyramids etc because it is all fake and a Jewish conspiracy Or should I just believe the bits not to do with the Pharoahs who didn t exist The mind boggles Do conspiracy theorists have as much problem as me at trying to sort out what is ok to believe in and what must be discarded as lies and then remembering the story The author wants you to believe that Egypt never went in for slavery when every other culture I ve read about including the Jews did it They certainly do now Hidden Girl The True Story of a Modern Day Child Slave is quite a good book about a little girl who was a slave in Egypt and brought to the US as a slave but is now free and at 29 she is a human rights activist against slavery and trafficking A problem I have with shelving the history conspiracy theories books is I never know whether to put them under history or fiction Biblical archaeology has always been in a conundrum The archaeology does not support the narrative of the Old Testament No proof of the patriarchs, no strong proof of the First Temple Egyptian records scarcely mention the Israelites who had been slave there for over four hundred years No left overs of the Israelite exodus in the Sinai desert and nothing remains from King David and Solomon This has lead many in Israel and abroad to speculate that the bible is naught but a collection of Faery Biblical archaeology has always been in a conundrum The archaeology does not support the narrative of the Old Testament No proof of the patriarchs, no strong proof of the First Temple Egyptian records scarcely mention the Israelites who had been slave there for over four hundred years No left overs of the Israelite exodus in the Sinai desert and nothing remains from King David and Solomon This has lead many in Israel and abroad to speculate that the bible is naught but a collection of Faery tales.Other historians, most notably in the Arab world, feel that the Biblical stories are true After all they are repeated in the Koran They supposedly happened elsewhere, in Southern Arabia and North Yemen Historically Egypt had never been called Misr or Mizraim It was always called gobt or copt Kemerovo was an orientalist name attached to the country So this author contends I have my doubts in this Egypt has kings and queens not pharoahs Pharoahs actually meant house in ancient Egyptian This I know to be true The descriptions of land scape do not match what is described in Egypt rather a walled fortress in Arabia In the Asir region of Arabia there is a town or village called Misra and it was lead by a titular office of Faroan Plutarch and Herodotus went rough Egypt and there was no mention of Israelites Had the story take place there, along with the ten plagues the Egyptians would have definitely remembered Nor was there any mention of Jews or Israelites mentioned in the land of Canaan More over when the Israelites supposedly escaped the Holy Land was under Egyptian control It has been noted that during the tenth century BC there is no evidence that Jerusalem was capital of the kingdom many of the place names correspond to p,aces in Arabia as do the tribal names corresponding to tribes in Arabia The author contends that the Baby.onian and Assyrian invasions were meant to control the spice trade routes which never crossed into what we call Canaan What started this so called fraud why the Septuagint written by 70 Rabbis.The author is not the only one subscribing to this theory Back in the 1980 s the theory was advanced by professor Kamal Salibi, who noticed e similarity of biblical place names in Arabia I found him muchlevel headed in his presentation This author is highly opinioted often times criticizing Zionism and calling their information and beliefs propaganda Such talk has no place in a book of this nature Stick to facts For sources I would say that sadly half of them were from Wikipedia and the other half legitimate Too bad because it looks like it could be a hypothesis worth investigating if the Saudis would allow archaeological digs to take place there There was once a Jewish Himyarites kingdom there and Jews do have extensive history there I do believe Mount Sinai is located in Arabia and that part of their wandering so took place there Amateurish, ahistorical, antisemitic trashWhere to even begin This book is like if some amateur, wannabe historian cobbled together a book out of blog posts that were entirely researched online Add to that a painfully obvious bias, and you d have something approaching the level of inanity as contained in these digital pages To save you the trouble of spending money and time on this, here is the author s basic idea Mizraim what Egypt is called in the Hebrew manuscript of the Bible is not Amateurish, ahistorical, antisemitic trashWhere to even begin This book is like if some amateur, wannabe historian cobbled together a book out of blog posts that were entirely researched online Add to that a painfully obvious bias, and you d have something approaching the level of inanity as contained in these digital pages To save you the trouble of spending money and time on this, here is the author s basic idea Mizraim what Egypt is called in the Hebrew manuscript of the Bible is not really Egypt Using Egyptian silence on the Israelites in their meticulous records, he proposes that the events really occurred in what is now modern day Arabia and Yemen He also takes umbrage at the suggestion that Egyptians practiced slavery, viewing it as a smear on Egyptian culture, a culture he feels is superior being Egyptian himself All of this would be tolerable, if not amusing, did he not also make unfounded accusations of a Jewish conspiracy in all of this rampant speculation and misinterpretation of historical data Further, he is credulous enough to actually accept the Bible and Quran as accurate historical records, while at the same time attributing sinister motives to the translators It s also made very clear that he objects on principle the very notion of a Jewish state in Palestine regardless of what you think about their human rights record I have no idea why I bothered to buy this in the first place, but if it helps other people to avoid making the same mistake, then so be it