Anarchy in Ancient Egypt

by Lujack Skylark
(St. Louis)

The Bible tells us God plagued Egypt (Genesis 12:17) when Abraham visited Egypt. (Genesis 12:14)

The Bible tells us a pharaoh would arise in Egypt who knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) Egypt would have had to have been in a state of anarchy for an Egyptian king not to have known Joseph, for Joseph saw the third generation in Egypt
(Genesis 50:23). There were only four generations in Egypt before the Exodus took place.

(1) Abraham was 75 years old when entering Egypt; Sarah was beautiful at age 65 years old (Genesis 12:14) when Pepi II was 96 years old, having arrived at the Egyptian throne at age 6.

(2) Pepi II was Egypt's first bi-sexual king. God brought down his government. Some 20 years after he died, God destroyed Sodom. Pepi II is the last king to build on a massive scale before Mentuhotep II reigns.

(3) Joseph brought the Egyptian kings: Senusret III, Amenemhet III & Amenemhet IV great wealth, since Egypt had enough grain to feed the nations in the Middle-East, trading grain in exchange for material goods.

(4) Ahmose and his father Senquenere Tao and Kamose were the only kings who would have interest in destroying all accounts of the foreigner Joseph being governor of Egypt.

(5) Joseph lived in Egypt's 12th dynasty. Only 12th dynasty pottery was found in Egypt's delta along with late Thebean
Tao and Kamose pottery.

(6) Thebean Mentuhotep IV was assassinated by Amenemhet I.
Its likely Ahmose Thebean family assassinated Amenemhet IV.

(7) One can suspect the first and second intermediate dynasties are fraudulent. Its 2012 and archaeologist are still trying to match up Egyptian and Canaanite pottery by using Egyptian priest Manetho's fraudulent Egyptian kings list.

Check most of the 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasty kings have no history and most of the 13-16 and part of the 17th dynasty have no history.

(8) Perhaps something will be dug up in 2012 A.D. which further confirms the true chronology which matches our bible.

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Apr 29, 2012
Archaeologist Janine Bourriau - Ancient Egypt & the Hyksos
by: Tom

Archaeologist Janine Bourriau discoveries at Lisht and Dashur showed the Canaanite Hyksos did not bring their own pottery into Egypt. Why? The Canaanite Hyksos served mainly the Senusret-Amenemhet kings. They used 12th dynasty pottery.

Egyptian Kings
1724-1685 B.C. Senusret III
1685-1640 B.C. Amenemhet III
1640-1631 B.C. Amenemhet IV
1631-1628 B.C. Queen Sobekneferu

1702-1699 B.C. Sheshi
1699-1690 B.C. Yakubher
1690-1660 B.C. Khyan
1660-1619 B.C. Apepi I
1619-1608 B.C. Apepi II or Khamudi.

1631 B.C. Joseph dies. Egyptian civil war. Amenemhet IV dies 1631 B.C. a few months after Joseph. Queen Sobekneferu 1631-1628 B.C. & Thebean Kamose 1631-1628 B.C. go to war against each other. THEBEAN POTTERY NOW APPEARS AT LISHT AND DASHUR. Kamose and Queen Sobekneferu are killed. Apepi I wins victory

Thebean Ahmose 1628-1603 B.C. is 10 years old in 1628 B.C. Defeats the Cannaanite Hyksos in 1608 B.C.

Joseph served an Egyptian king (Senusret III) Genesis 41:41-45 when the Canaanite/Hyksos entered Egypt trading horses for bread. Genesis 47:13-17

Egyptian history revealed by pottery seems to now make sense.

Feb 02, 2012
The Protesters
by: Anonymous

(1) The governors (nomarch's) lose their land.

(2) Joseph is a governor having the power over all the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41:40-41)

(3) Joseph is a foreigner from Canaan now second in command in Egypt.

(4) The Egyptian king, with Joseph's help, confiscates all the land in Egypt. (Genesis 47:20-22)except the priest's land.

(5) This time in Egypt's history the Hebrews were shepherds in Joseph's lifetime, not slaves. (Genesis 46:34)

(6) The former landowners protested by cursing the foreigners by smashing bowls against their floors

(7) Joseph saw the third generation in Egypt. (Genesis 50:23) The land would be returned to Egyptians in their fourth generation when the Hebrews were slaves.

(8) There comes a new Egyptian dynasty hating foreigners. This dynasty returns land to the Egyptian people. Joseph has died. The Hebrews are now enslaved.

(9) The Egyptian king breaking the power of the nomarch's was Senusret III, who confiscated all their land.

(10) It was pharaoh Ahmose who was in power after Joseph died. Ahmose promised his troops land when they drove the Hyksos-Canaanites out of Egypt.

11) It was Senusret III who annexed the land of Canaan and Joseph dealt with both the economies of Egypt and Canaan. (Genesis 47:13-17)

(12) It was pharoah Ahmose who hated the Hyksos- Canaanites. He struck Joseph's name from all Egyptian records. A pharoah would arise who knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) The records were purged.

Feb 01, 2012
Moses' Life
by: Anonymous

(1) At a time when the Hebrew population increased abundantly, a new king arose who knew not Joseph.
(Exodus 1:7-8)

(2) This king wanted all Hebrew male babies to be killed. (Exodus 1:16)

(3) He had a daughter who saved infant Moses.
(Exodus 2:5-10)Moses became her son.

Princess Hatshepsut saved Moses life. She became the most powerful queen in Egyptian history. At her temple in Deir-el-Bahari there is a picture on the wall showing her holding a male baby. This baby is Moses.

Princess Hatshepsut's father was Thutmose I whose army reached the Euphrates river in Asia. Thutmose I was the Hebrew baby killer.

(4) The Hebrews and a mixed crowd left Egypt. (Exodus 12:38)The Hebrew Exodus was the second Exodus. The first Exodus was when Egyptian king Ahmose drove the Hyksos/Canaanites out of Egypt.

(5) The Exodus pharaoh had all Egyptian captives worshiping Egyptian gods. Moses chose to worship the true God. Thutmose III had all captives worshiping Egyptian gods.

(6) The Hebrews in the wilderness worshiped the golden calf. The queen in their generation was Hatshepsut who worshiped the cow goddess Hathor.

(7) Thutmose III was the Exodus pharaoh pertaining to 1 Kings 6:1 chronology. His son Amenhotep II had problems when the Hebrews left Egypt. People heard about the miracle at the Red Sea. (Joshua 2:10)

While the Hebrews were in the wilderness, the king Amenhotep II had to put down two major rebellions in Asia. Apparently people heard about the Red Sea miracle.

Jan 31, 2012
Joseph's stay in Egypt
by: Anonymous

1)Joseph came to Egypt as a slave when he was 17 years old. Joseph entered Egypt when a cruel king reigned who hanged his baker. (Genesis 40:22)

2)Joseph rode the second chariot. (Genesis 41:43)Chariots were rare at this time in Egypt.

3)Joseph lived in Egypt during a global famine. (Genesis 41:57)

4)Joseph lived in Egypt when shepherds were considered an abomination. (Genesis 46:34)

5)Joseph lived in Egypt when an Egyptian king reigned over Egypt and the Hyksos/Canaanites were visitors. (Genesis 47:13-17)

6)Joseph was given a signet ring when signet rings were popular. (Genesis 41:42)

7)Joseph lived in Egypt when slaves were working on irrigation projects. Bahr Yusef (Joseph's canal was completed by Amenemhet III)

Joseph entered Egypt during Senusret III's reign.
He was a cruel king who hacked up Nubian males and enslaved their women and children.

Joseph was given the second chariot. There were not many chariots in Egypt. Horse skeleton found in Buhen Nubia dated to Senusret III's reign.

Senusret III's 20th year he barely returns back to Egypt because the Nile river is low due to the time of the famine.

Senusret III's reign Egyptians broke bowls on their floors cursing the foreigners in Egypt.

Joseph's canal was completed in Senusret III's sons reign. (Amenemhet III)

The horse driven chariot first appeared in Asia when the Kassites attacked Amorite/Babylonian king Samsu-iluna in 1741 B.C.

Joseph lived 1741-1631 B.C. Senusret III's reign biblical chronology is 1724-1685 B.C.

Jan 31, 2012
Abraham's Visit
by: Anonymous

(1) Abraham visited Egypt when Egyptian males steal wives of foreigners. They murdered the husband. (Genesis 12:10-12)

(2) Abraham visited a pharaoh who was plagued. (Genesis 12:17)

(3) Abraham left Egypt a very rich man. He was rich in cattle,silver and gold. (Genesis 13:1-2)
The pharaoh Abraham met was rich.

(4) Abraham visited an immoral, plagued and prosperous Egypt.

(5) Egypt in the Sumer language is called Magan.
(The Sumerians Samuel Noah Kramer 1971 p.276 paperback. Magan = Egypt) There were no silver mines in Africa at this time in history. Silver came from Abraham's Ur before the Elamites destroyed Abraham's birthplace.

(6) Pepi II was immoral, plagued in a prosperous Egypt.

(7) Pepi II died. The rich were then wearing rags while the slaves wore their fine clothes and jewelry. Egypt was in turmoil until Mentuhotep II took over Egypt's government.(History Channel)

Jan 30, 2012
Canaanite/Hyksos pottery
by: John

Janine Bourriau found ceramic evidence in Lisht and Dashur when the Hyksos lived in Egypt showing continued evidence these Canaanites only used 12th dynasty pottery and did not destroy any monuments or temples. Genesis 47:22 The land of the priests were not sold. (They were protected)

This means Manetho lied about the Hyksos being barbarians.

Jan 30, 2012
Kerma Culture
by: Peter

Kerma culture bowls were first linked to Pepi I's reign as he was the first Egyptian king to use Nubians in his army. Pepi I used the Nubians to fight the sandweller Amorites in Canaan.

Kerma culture bowls were discovered in the graves of Nubian soldiers whom fought alongside Egyptian king Mentuhotep II when he drove the Asiatics out of Egypt's delta.

Kerma culture bowls are not found in Senusret III's, Amenemhet III or Amenemhet IV's reign. They let the Canaanites reside in Egypt and Egyptians smashed Execration Bowls upon their floors cursing the foreign immigrants residing in their land.

Senusret III had went to war against Nubia four times. Nubia was not fighting for Egypt at this time in Egyptian history.

Nubian soldiers fought alongside Sequenenre Tao, Kamose and Ahmose when they warred against the Hyksos (Canaanites). Finally Ahmose drove the Hyksos out of Egypt.

Pottery really reveals how true history plays out.

Nubian culture can unlock the mystery to real Egyptian history.

Jan 29, 2012
Anarchy in Ancient Egypt
by: Daniel

(2) Pepi II's reign - Nubian Kerma C pottery was plentiful. Mentuhotep II reign - Nubian Kerma C pottery was prevalent indicating the next king after Pepi II to reign was Mentuhotep II.

Pepi II's death a civil war started. There was anarchy. Thebean Mentuhotep II put an end to the civil war.

Egyptian scribes tried to cover up the conflict which occurred after Pepi II died.

(5) Nubian Kerma C pottery shows up during Sequenere Tao, Kamose and Ahmose reigns, indicating Amenemhet IV downfall was most likely a civil war and Sequenere Tao, Kamose and Ahmose
likely sided with the Nubians while Amenemhet IV was on the side of the Hyksos/Canaanites.

The Hyksos/Canaanites used 12th dynasty pottery, also indicating the 13-16th and most of the 17th dynasties are written down to cover up this civil war.

Manetho's false chronology indeed has hardly been challenged by the archaeologist whom are critical of our Bible.

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