CUSTOMS INTERCONNECT EGYPTIAN AND BIBLICAL HISTORY (Part One)

by Tom
(USA)

Djoser built the first Egyptian pyramid (The Step Pyramid) after Egyptians left Sumer/Shinar's Tower of Babel and arrived on the African continent.(Genesis 11:1-9)


Pepi II married his half sister Neith. Abraham married his half sister Sarah (Genesis 20:12) Pepi II's wife was fair to look upon. Sarah was also fair to look upon.(Genesis 12:11) Pepi II's soldiers patrolled southern Canaan in the area of Sodom and Gomorrah in which Abraham, twenty years after Pepi II's death, prays for Sodom. (Genesis 18:20-19:29)

Sakkara kings list records the next king to reign after Pepi II was Nebhetepre = Mentuhotep I.

Mentuhotep I dug twelve wells during a drought striking the Middle-East. Hagar and Ishamael's survival depended on finding a well. (Genesis 21:16-19) Abraham has a dispute with Abimelech over a well of water. (Genesis 21:25)

Senusret I called "Throat Sliter of Asiatics" is the reason God told Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)

Senusret III built the fortress at Buhen, Nubia where a horse skeleton was found under the ramparts. Joseph rode in a horse driven 2nd chariot. (Genesis 41:43) Chariot used in ceremonial purposes only. (Genesis 50:6-9)

Senusret III fought a battle around Shechem, Canaan. Jacob and his family had fled Shechem for Bethel. (Genesis 33:18) and (Genesis 35:1-6) God had terrorized the cities around Shechem. (Genesis 35:5) Senusret III annexed Canaan. Joseph worked with both the economies of Egypt and Canaan. (Genesis 47:13-17)

Senusret III had a sister named Sit-Hathor-Yunet. Archaeologist found a golden razor in her tomb. Joseph shaved. (Genesis 41:14) Sit-Hathor-Yunet worshipped the Vulture goddess Nekhbet during the global famine. (Genesis 41:57) Senusret III confiscated all Egyptian land except for the priests property. Nomarch's lost their land and lavish nomarch's tombs ceased being built in the middle of Senusret III's 39th year reign. Joseph bought all the land for the pharoah except for the priest's land. (Genesis 47:20-22)

Its truly remarkable how the Customs Interconnect Egyptian and Biblical History.

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Aug 01, 2013
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The United States Is Repeating Egyptian History
by: Tamar

Great nations usually begin their decline around their 200th year anniversary.

The United States really came into existence July 4, 1776 offering its citizens life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness but faltered on this issue when legalizing abortions in 1973 some 3 years before its 200th anniversary.

Egypt really came into existence during the Pyramid Age. Let us see if the theory holds true.

All dates given in Biblical Time Correlation.

Djoser/Zoser 2243-2225 B.C. Snefru 2225-2201 B.C. Khufu 2201-2179 B.C. Redejef 2179-2172 B.C. Khafru 2172-2148 B.C. Menkaure 2148-2122 B.C. Shepseskaf 2122-2118 B.C. Userkaf 2118-2111 B.C.

Sahure 2111-2097 B.C. Unas 2097-2068 B.C. Teti 2068-2056 B.C. Pepi I 2056-2007 B.C.

Time of co-regencies:

Neferirkare 2111-2101 B.C. Sahure's brother. Shepseskare Sahure's cousin 2101-2094 B.C. Neferefre 2094-2087 B.C. Niuserre 2087-2056 B.C. Menkauhor 2056-2047 B.C. Djedkare-Isesi 2047-2007 B.C.

It was during Pepi I reign 2056-2007 B.C. Egypt started coming apart, as Pepi I married two daughters of an Egyptian nomarch (governor)to strengthen his power almost 200 years after the first pyramid in Djoser/Zoser's reign was being built.

Pepi I was the first Egyptian king to incorporate
Nubian soldiers into the Egyptian army and since the Nubian were his next door neighbors Egyptian history could not have been 1,000+ years before Pepi I for Egypt would have explored this region of Nubia a lot earlier.

It was Egyptian merchants working for Djedkare-Isesi who first brought a pygmy from central Africa back to Egypt. Elephantine, Egypt just had their first Nubian mayor in Pepi I reign as Nubians began migrating into Egypt in numbers some 200 years after Zoser's Step Pyramid was being built. Pepi II 2007-1913 B.C. also wanted Egyptian merchants to bring him a pygmy from central Africa.

Nubians began pouring into Egypt some 200 years into Egypt's civilization. Around 1965 the U.S. immigration laws were changed and in the 1970's people's from around the world were pouring into the United States.

After Pepi II died the Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep I declared independence from Memphis. Mentuhotep I married a Nubian woman and linked both nations together. Even now we hear in the United States there is La Raza calling for the independence of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California to link up with the Mexican government.

This is how history really repeats itself.

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Egyptian, Elam and Biblical History
by: Robert

What your historians missed.

Yes, there was the Egyptian pharaoh Pepi II's trade connections with Ur kings: Shulgi, Bur-Sin, Gimil-Sin and Ibi-Sin all Ur III dynasty kings Abraham lived under.

Elamite king Kindattu/Chedorlaomer did destroy Abraham's Ur and Abraham later slew him in Canaan.(Genesis 14:1-17)

The 12 years the Amorites served Elamite king Chedorlaomer-Kindattu (Genesis 14:4) were Pepi II's last 12 years of life. Elamite king Kindattu was slain 2 years after Pepi II had died by Abraham. (Genesis 14:5) 1925-1913 B.C. Biblical Time Correlation. Kindattu slain in 1911 B.C.

Elamite king Kindattu nephew who arose to power in Elam 2 years after Egyptian king Pepi II had died was Induttu-Inshushinak II also known as the "Son of Pepi" how interesting!

Abraham lived 1992-1817 B.C. (Genesis 25:7)
plus Abraham lived in Egypt 1917-1916 B.C. for he leaves Haran, Syria at age 75 upon his father Terah's death (Genesis 11:32 and Genesis 12:4) and Abraham at age 76 enters Canaan living there for 10 years until Ishmael is born when Abraham is 86 (Genesis 16:3 and Genesis 16:16) in 1906 B.C.

Egyptian king Pepi II 94 years reigning over Egypt were from 2007-1913 B.C. Elamite king Kindattu dies in 1911 B.C the year his nephew Indattu-Inshushinak II "Son of Pepi" comes to power two years after his Egyptian father Pepi II has died.

Upon Egyptian king Pepi II death Egypt went into civil war and the Amorites invaded Egypt's delta, while in Mesopatamia the Amorites attacked Indattu-Inshushinak II "Son of Pepi" forces for control of the destroyed city of Ur.

Jul 30, 2013
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Jiroft Elamite Art
by: Rich

Many designs in so called pre-Egyptian dynasty art is actually imported designs from the Jiroft Elamite civilization. The ^^^^ pottery designs show the Nile River civilization had trade relations with Jiroft at least at the time when Egyptian king Sahure reigned over Egypt 2111-2097 B.C. (Biblical Chronological Time)

The Narmer Palette is a cosmetic kohl dish. Sahure was into cosmetics imported from Punt. The picture on the Narmer Palette is one showing Sahure decapitating his enemies. The cow heads are mounted on a Giza pyramid, king Sahure lived on his estate in the bull nome and the serpopards are found in both Jiroft and Egyptian art.

Egyptian king Menkaure (Manium) was attacked by Akkadian king Naramsin's forces after Naramsin destroyed Ebla, Syria. This is the time in where Elamite art probably began to flourish in Egypt and Sahure was Menkaure's grandson.

Abraham's ancestors were living safely in northern Syria at this time in world history, far away from the conflicts in the ancient world. Terah was born in 2122 B.C.

Elamite king Kutik-Inshushinak 2118-2093 B.C. brought prosperity to Elam before Gutium chieftain Elulu of UR conquered Akkadian king Sharkalishari's 2123-2098 B.C. army and Elulu reigned at UR 2093-2068 B.C. putting an end to Elam's independence.

Jul 29, 2013
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International Trade Contacts
by: Luke

Ships from Magan (Egypt) were launched in Egyptian king Pepi I reign to explore the cities of Sumer. Lagash governor Gudea had developed trade with Egypt. Gutium Gudea's engineers built the first weirs to control flooding. Pepi I then dug a canal in Egypt diverting water so the channel could be cut deeper allowing Egyptian ships easier passage to Nubia. Pepi I's ships arrived at UR III also during UR-Nammu's reign.

When Gudea was governor of Lagash in his 11th year Abraham's older brother Haran was born in northern Mesopatamia.

Some 270 years after Haran's birth, the Amorite king Hammurabi destroyed Mari, Syria and set fire to Mari's library which baked 20,000 clay tablets in which five mentioned cities in the Bible. One was a map listing Peleg, Reu, Serug, Nahor, Terah and Haran as cities in northern Syria. (Genesis 11:18-26)

Abraham not listed as a city since Terah was 205 (Genesis 11:32) when Abraham was 75 (Genesis 12:4) meaning Abraham was a younger son born when Terah was age 130. Abraham listed 1st in (Genesis 11:26) because of importance not birth order.

Pepi I also developed trade with the rebuilt city of Ebla, Syria which Egyptian king Khafre had good trade relations with Ebla but during Menkaure's (Manium) reign Akkadian king Naramsin had destroyed Ebla and then invaded Egypt collecting quarried blocks as tribute so that Menkaure's pyramid was not completed upon his death. It was his son Shepseskaf who completed the third pyramid at Giza, Egypt.

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Egyptian Tombs Tell the True Facts
by: Tyrone

The Nubian Meketre was Thebean Mentuhotep I chancellor and high steward part of Mentuhotep I 51 year reign. Meketre tomb displayed the toy Nubian Medjay archers giving us insight the Nubians lead by Mentuhotep I declared Thebes independent from Memphis dynasty rule after Pepi II died.

The Egyptian government was in shambles torn apart by Egyptian nomarch's seeking to expand their territory so this gave the Nubians an opportunity to seize Egypt.

Look at the statue of Mentuhotep I. He is a black man. The Nubian toy warriors shown in Meketre's tomb are black!

Mentuhotep I defeated all Egyptian nomarch's and drove the Semitic Amorites out of Egypt. The Egyptian Amenemhet I slew Mentuhotep III and moved Egypt's capital from Thebes a Nubian dominated area to Itj-Tawy a purely Egyptian area.

Why do you think the Nubians were angered when the Egyptians built fortresses in Nubia and banned Nubian migration into Egypt in Senusret III's 8th year to allow the Amorites Hyksos to return back to Egypt.

Don't you know Ahmose Thebean father Seqenenre Tao had Nubian blood flowing in his veins? Don't you know the Amenemhet/Senusret kings were replaced with the Nubian backed Ahmose family whose son Amenhotep I betrayed Nubia by attacking the Nubians?

People are just racists by not exploring the skin color of these people's who were kings reigning over Egypt. The tombs give light to genuine Egyptian history.

Jul 29, 2013
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Biblical, Egyptian and Sumerian Connections
by: Fred

Ships from Magan (Egypt)reached Lagash governor Gudea and Ur-Nammu king of Ur. (The Sumerians. Samuel Noah Kramer.University of Chicago Press. 1971 paperback. Pages 276-277)Ur-Nammu became king of Ur some 17 years after Gudea died.

Before this time Egyptians received UR products found at Punt, East Africa. Egyptian ships did not go directly to UR for the Gutium barbarians Elulu and Balulu had domination over the mainly destroyed city after Meskalamdug and Akalamdug fell from power to their invading forces.

The Egyptians first pyramid builder king Djoser an Osiris Nimrod worshipper used blue faience in the chamber of the south tomb facing the temple later built to for the temple of Horus of Behedet (modern Edfu).

Djoser must have been very important to the Egyptians like an Egyptian George Washington for UR-Nammu first king of UR III's dynasty who died 15 years before Abraham was born at UR, He used blue glazed bricks for part of his temple decoration.

Jul 29, 2013
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Biblical, Egyptian and Sumerian Connections
by: Fred

Ships from Magan (Egypt)reached Lagash governor Gudea and Ur-Nammu king of Ur. (The Sumerians. Samuel Noah Kramer.University of Chicago Press. 1971 paperback. Pages 276-277)Ur-Nammu became king of Ur some 17 years after Gudea died.

Before this time Egyptians received UR products found at Punt, East Africa. Egyptian ships did not go directly to UR for the Gutium barbarians Elulu and Balulu had domination over the mainly destroyed city after Meskalamdug and Akalamdug fell from power to their invading forces.

The Egyptians first pyramid builder king Djoser an Osiris Nimrod worshipper used blue faience in the chamber of the south tomb facing the temple later built to for the temple of Horus of Behedet (modern Edfu).

Djoser must have been very important to the Egyptians like an Egyptian George Washington for UR-Nammu first king of UR III's dynasty who died 15 years before Abraham was born at UR, He used blue glazed bricks for part of his temple decoration.

Jul 29, 2013
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Anonymous Made a Mathematical Error
by: Jackson

Anonymous made a mistake in math: Neferirkare 10 years, Shepseskare 7 years, Neferefre 8 years, Niuserre 31 years, Menkauhor 8 years and Djedkare-Isesi 40 years equal 104 years.

Sahure 14 years, Unas 29 years, Teti 12 years and Pepi I 49 years equal 104 years.

From the beginning of Sahure's reign to the end of Pepi I reign equal 104 years the army generals had to protect Egypt and were given shoddy tombs for burial. Since the Egyptians believed strictly in the comforts of the afterlife those shoddy tombs were a demeaning way of showing appreciation for those generals who were protecting their nation.

Jul 29, 2013
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Why isn't Egyptian History showed in Proper Order?
by: Scott

Djoser set the southern Egyptian border as far south as Aswan and north-eastern border near the Canaanite city of Gaza. (Genesis 10:19)He built Egypt's first pyramid after the Egyptians left the Tower of Babel.

Egyptian history should be based beginning at the Pyramid Age and on blood relationships.

Sneferu was Khufu's father, Khufu was Redejef's and Khafre's father, Khafre was Menkaure's father, Menkaure was Shepseskaf's father, General Userkaf was Menkaure's son-in-law and Userkaf was Sahure's father.

Sahure's brother was general Neferirkare. Other generals Shepseskare, Neferefre, Niuserre, Menkauhor and Djedkare all were buried in shoddy tombs indicating they were not kings.

The next father to son succession after Sahure.

General Unas who is the father of Teti, Teti who is the father of Pepi I whose general is Djedkare-Isesi and Pepi I who is Pepi II's father.

Saqqara Egyptian kings list states the Thebean kings now reign.

Thebean Mentuhotep I father to Mentuhotep II and Mentuhotep III who upsurped the Egyptian throne.

Amenemhet I who is father to Senusret I, Senusret I father to Amenemhet II, Amenemhet II father to Senusret II, Senusret II father to Senusret III, Senusret III father to Amenemhet III and Amenemhet III father to Amenemhet IV and queen Sobekneferu.

Abydos Egyptian kings list lists next king to reign after Amenemhet IV is Ahmose.

Ahmose is father to Amenhotep I, Amenhotep I produces no children so Thutmose I is next king who is Thutmose II and queen Hatshepsut's father, Thutmose II is Thutmose III's father, Thutmose III is Amenhotep II father and so forth.

Blood kin relationships have rich history because they are the only actual history of Egypt. Other names on the Egyptian kings list are meaningless having scant or no history to back up their existence.

Jul 29, 2013
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The Memphis Dynasty kings Pepi I and Pepi II
by: Jeremiah

Egyptian king Pepi I died when Pepi II was 6 years old. Pepi I had let the Egyptian nomarch's gain more power under his reign. Amorite sand dwellers invaded Egypt so Pepi I's army invaded deep into Nubia collecting 50,000 troops from 5 major Cushite tribes to drive the Amorites out of Egypt's delta and bring down the trees in Canaan so the Amorites had no forests in which to hide. Pepi I army crushed the Amorite power in Canaan.

Egyptian general Sisene patrolled the area of Canaan in the region of Sodom and Gomorrah. General Sisene kept open the trade route between Egypt and Canaan. Pepi II in his youth fell in love with general Sisene who kept the Amorites from attacking Egypt. After Sisene dies Pepi II falls in love with his half sister Neith. Some 12 years before Pepi II died the Amorites came under Elamite king Chedorlaomer/Kindattu's reign. (Genesis 14:4) The Amorites at that time killed 7 Egyptian ship builders and burned down the Egyptian temple at Byblos, while Pepi II sent no troops to fight their enemies. Egyptian society was becoming unraveled. (Genesis 12:12)

The Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep I declares Thebes independent when Pepi II dies and archaeologists find little Nubian toy soldiers dated to his reign and he married a Nubian princess, crushed the power of most Egyptian nomarch's and drove the Amorites out of Egypt's delta by his 39th year of reigning at Thebes.

Jul 28, 2013
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Connecting the Dots
by: John

Where did Egypt get its silver to give to Abraham? (Genesis 13:2)There were no silver mines in Africa at this time in Egyptian history where Abraham had met Egyptian king Pepi II.

The silver Abraham had received from the Egyptians came from his hometown of UR where Abraham had lived in the reigns of UR kings: Shulgi/Dungi, Amar/Bur-Sin, Gimil-Sin and Abraham left UR upon his brother Haran's death in UR king Ibi-Sin reign some 8 years before Elamite king Kindattu/Chedorlaomer had destroyed UR. Abraham and his family lived safely in the city of Haran when UR was destroyed.

Egyptian king Pepi II loved honey. Pepi II's half sister and wife was named Neith after the bee goddess. The bi-sexual king Pepi II even poured honey over his naked male and female slaves to keep the flies off him.Pepi II had trade with UR. Bur-Sin had built the "House of Honey" at UR.

Egyptian historians don't know the reason why Pepi II's reign declined. Pepi II's reign was hit by God's plagues. (Genesis 12:17)The Memphis dynasty fell upon Pepi II's death as the Thebean Egyptians arose to power.

Pepi II also had trade with Sodom which was destroyed some 20 years after Pepi II had died. The Amorites then became powerful in that region and the Amorites who showed their power near the very end of Pepi II's reign by setting fire to the Egyptian temple at Byblos and killed 7 Egyptian ship builders with no military response from Pepi II now controlled Egypt's delta until Thebean Mentuhotep I drove them out of Egypt in his 39th year reigning at Thebes.

Jul 28, 2013
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The Bible's Victory over Egyptian priest Manetho's lie
by: Kevin

The shadows of Egyptian first and second intermediate dynasties were nothing more than a coverup to hide the civil wars which immediately took place after Pepi II and Amenemhet IV had died.

Mentuhotep I immediately declared Thebes independent after Pepi II had died and in his 39th year of his 51 year reign, the Thebean king had drove the Amorites out of Egypt's delta.

Abraham had made an alliance with the powerful Amorite clan in Canaan (Genesis 14:13)a few years after Pepi II had died. Amorites would then conquer Babylon and remain powerful for 400 years.
(Genesis 15:13-16) Some 300 years the Amorites would be the great kings of Babylon and the last 100 years the Amorites would be powerful in both Syria and Canaan.

The Exodus pharoah was Thutmose III who had fought around 15 major wars against the Amorites, yet when Amenhotep II had put down two major Amorite rebellions when the Hebrews were in the wilderness the Amorite 400 years of power were finally over since Amenhotep II, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III who received the Tel Amarna letters from the Amorites saying the Hebrews/Haribu had invaded Canaan and Akenaton, these 4 Egyptian kings ALL received tribute from the Amorites showing their 400 years of power had been crushed.

It was the Amorite/Hyksos who were allowed to enter Egypt when Senusret III reigned angered the Thebeans. Joseph had bought all the land of Egypt for the pharoah except for the priests land. (Genesis 47:20-22)

The Thebeans sought revenge against the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty for (1) Amenemhet I had assassinated their king Mentuhotep III (2)They lost their land when Joseph was governor of Egypt so they hated foreigners (3)They waited for Joseph to die before assassinating Amenemhet IV so Amenemhet IV did not mysteriously disappear from history (4)The Abydos Egyptian king list even shows the next Egyptian king to reign after Amenemhet IV was Thebean Ahmose.

Oxford History of Ancient Egypt by Ian Shaw p.190 reveals archaeologist Manfred Bietak found Ahmose artifacts in his excavation and further down in the same pit he found Amenemhet IV artifacts, yet Manfred Bietak divides the 285 feet into 9 strata stating there was 270+ years between Amenemhet IV's death to Ahmose arise in power by 9 x 30ft for each strata = 270+ years in his estimate.

Since he only mentions finding Amenemhet IV and Ahmose artifacts doesn't it make sense that the Abydos Egyptian kings list is right? The next Egyptian king to reign after Amenemhet IV was Ahmose.

Then factoring in the Amorite Hyksos that they were under Joseph's governorship while he served Senusret III, Amenemhet III and Amenemhet IV?

Shang Dynasty first emperor Cheng Tang is recorded to have had a seven year famine and the Yemen stone and the Yemen Tablet also records a seven year famine as mentioned by the late television evangelist Grant Jeffery. These examples show the famine was worldwide.

Jul 28, 2013
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Manetho's Chronology is Wrong!
by: Anonymous

Sahure reigned 14 years; Sahure's brother Neferirkare was co-regent. The next king to reign after Sahure was Unas.

(1)Sahure and Unas temple columns were both the same size showing the same workmen worked on both Sahure and Unas temples.

(2)Sahure and Unas bas reliefs show starving people from the Sahara (Sahure named after the Sahara)entering Egypt.

(3)Sahure's temple a pipe was found by archaeologist showing us Sahure had plumbing. Unas had a five bedroom underground suite built for him for the afterlife equipped with plumbing.

(4)Sahure temple was partially destroyed by people who invaded Egypt. Unas gave praise to his god Atum for defeating Egypt's enemies whom attacked from the north, south, east and west.

(5)Pepi I's forces drove deep into Africa and Djedkare was co-regent whose merchants brought back to him a pygmy from central Africa. Pepi II became king at age 6 and wanted a pygmy like the merchants had brought Djedkare.

Sahure 14 years, Unas 29 years, Teti 13 years and Pepi I 49 years equal 95 years.

Neferirkare 10 years, Shepseskare 7 years, Niuserre 31 years, Menkauhor 8 years and Djedkare 39 years equal 95 years.

Sahure's brother Neferirkare was co-regent with Sahure and Pepi I was co-regent with Djedkare.

Seems like Manetho's false chronology is becoming unraveled.

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Egyptian History Really Begins with the Pyramid Builders
by: Mark

Alexander Hislop wrote "The Two Babylons" in which he said the God of the dead Osiris was the deified Nimrod.

Djoser also known as Zoser was Egypt's first pyramid builder. Zoser had uncompleted Osirid statues erected on his temple grounds. Zoser therefore knew Nimrod.

Zoser's high priest was Imhotep who designed the Step Pyramid. Imhotep worshipped Ptah the deified Path-ru-sim. (Genesis 10:14) Sim equals tribe so the man's real name is Path-ru who formed Pathros (Ezekiel 29:14)

Snef-ru was the next pyramid builder. Snef-ru was likely related to Path-ru. Snefru was the first Egyptian king to build an Egyptian temple at Byblos in Asia. Snefru also had 40 wooden ships built at Byblos and Snefru was first to create an Egyptian navy.

Jul 28, 2013
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Egyptian History Really Begins with the Pyramid Builders
by: Mark

Alexander Hislop wrote "The Two Babylons" in which he said the God of the dead Osiris was the deified Nimrod.

Djoser also known as Zoser was Egypt's first pyramid builder. Zoser had uncompleted Osirid statues erected on his temple grounds. Zoser therefore knew Nimrod.

Zoser's high priest was Imhotep who designed the Step Pyramid. Imhotep worshipped Ptah the deified Path-ru-sim. (Genesis 10:14) Sim equals tribe so the man's real name is Path-ru who formed Pathros (Ezekiel 29:14)

Snef-ru was the next pyramid builder. Snef-ru was likely related to Path-ru. Snefru was the first Egyptian king to build an Egyptian temple at Byblos in Asia. Snefru also had 40 wooden ships built at Byblos and Snefru was first to create an Egyptian navy.

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