reply to post by LeoVirgo
Israel was Lower Egypt and the Israelites ruled Egypt. Since we have identified the following as Egyptian kings, it follows that Isaac was also a
king of Egypt - see home.austarnet.com.au...
for the most likely.
Solomon - SalimAmen III (in Egyptian Ymn Htp III)
Thara and Azar(Koranic father of Abraham) one and the same person
David - Dyayhwt III
Abraham - Ma-ibre aka Sheshi and Baion or Brian
Abel - Hbr
Cain - Kian
Joshua (1 Samuel) - Djoser
Joshua (son of Nun) - Djoser Setepenre aka Horemheb
Joseph - not a king but the Chief Minister of Chariotry and father in law of SalimAmen III ... various names in Egyptian but usually YY (name of his
Nahor - Nahos
Jesus - Iosa the spirit god who lived as each king
Note also Herod - Herrut the mythical serpent who killed little children
Adam - Atum the first god who came to Earth and became first King of Egypt.
Men El Ek (Ethiopian Bible) - Ymn Twt Ankh aka Tut and also David to the Ethiopians
Queen Sheba - named Eteye AZEB in the Ethiopian Bible who was Queen ETIYE the favourite wife of SalimAmen III.
READ "Tempest and Exodus" and "Jesus Last of the Pharaohs" by Ralph Ellis to see how Biblical names were shown in Hieroglyphs.
"Out of Egypt - the roots of Christianity revealed" by Ahmed Osman
"Tears in Heaven" by Ian Ross Vayro
"Ancient Egypt Light of the World" by Gerald Massey ...on the Net, just google for title. Go to Appendix for list of comparisons between Hor
(Greek Horus) aka Iosa (Egyptian and Gaelic name for Jesus).
Babylon was Babylon (part of Cairo today and an ancient city)
Bethshemesh was Bethshemesh (Greek Heliopolis) near Cairo
Gerar was Cairo (ancient name Kherar)
Ur was Uar another name for a part of Cairo
The Great Stone of Abel (1 Samuel 6) was the pyramid of Djoser - possibly at Dahshur, but the location Bethshemesh places it near Cairo thus Giza.
Re Serpent posts - In the Garden of Eden God lied to Adam when he said he would die that day and the Serpent told the truth when he told Eve she would