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The Widow's Son 2

In 1997, Evidence was discovered, that the true symbolic origin of the Drama of Hiram Abiff, may have been a real life actual event. The murdered King, or 'King that was Lost' may have been Seqenenre Tao II of Egypt, 1554 BC. Egyptologists have now dated Seqenenre's rule to 1558 - 1554 BC. King Seqenenre was killed by at least two separate, distinctively different weapons. An Axe, a pointed iron rod or possibly a stone maul. The placement and shapes of the skull shattering marks on the mummy's head are only part of the proof.

The True King and Master of Egypt - 1554 BC

In this instance the word King was exclusive. A word only used to describe what the Egyptians called their True King and Solar Lord. ..The Right of the Egyptians to be 'Sons of God' and the 'Caretakers' of God's Word was given to them by the 'Olai', who were direct descendents of the 'Star Regents of Atlantis' (Enoch calls them the 'Watchers') God was called ' The Law of One' by the Atlantians.
..from the readings of Edgar Cayce

"When these Star Regents left that land, they left the rulership on the hands of ''Caretakers', who were the 'Children of the Nephilim'. The Nephilim are other world beings who were from the 'fallen heaven', having created these 'children' whom Thoth calls the 'Nomads', they transferred their power and mysteries to the 'Umosejhe', meaning 'caretakers', with the understanding that in the future the Olai would return to put into motion the spiritual birth of the 'Child', who centuries later would incarnate in living flesh as the greatest of the 'Shepherd Kings'
Christianized history would know this 'Child' as "Jesus Christ".
taken from.. 'New Age Bible interpretation Old Testament, Volume I', by Corinne Heline
but because God has only 'one begotten Son', he has many other names and faces. This site will include those 'other' Sons.

If you are a Mason and You have already decided this is nonsense, We can assure you it isn't. For years the 'Brotherhood' has encouraged each individual to look for the truth. Asking a brother has little or no effect on getting a reasonable answer, so with that, you are forced to learn, to seek the true meaning on your own. It is highly encouraged that each Brother seek this knowledge in his own way.
You will not learn, hear it or see it in Any Lodge. This determines if you are truely a Brother, because only a true Master Mason will take the time or make the effort to look further into the Craft.

Everyone has seen little hints of an Egyptian origin but not much more. The old symbols of the craft are all that remain of it's rich history. Throughout this site you will see these symbols recreated in their ancient settings with details of the original meanings and purposes. We will try to transmit a few of the allegorical meanings in the scriptures so that all who seek the hidden sacred meanings will understand. The man history calls Jesus, taught these to the disciples. The disciples were 'hunted down' as criminals. What he actually taught and where he really came from will be revealed as you delve deeper into this site. The true history of organized religion reveals much more. With this we will show you the similarities of the other 'Sons of Light' who were Buddah, Osiris, Ra, Yuz Asaf and many others, including Enoch, Abraham, Moses and Jesus, who were all descendents of Adam.

The King that was Lost

The Hiram Key "The only reasonable explanation that we had come across regarding the actual name of the Masonic hero was that Hiram meant 'noble' or 'kingly' in Hebrew, while Abif has been identified as old French for 'lost one', giving a literal description of 'the king that was lost'." "Masonic ritual refers to Hiram Abif as the 'Son of the Widow'... In Egyptian legend the first Horus was uniquely conceived after his father's death and therefore his mother was a widow even before his conception. It seemed logical therefore that all those who thereafter became Horus, i.e. the kings of Egypt, would also describe themselves as 'Son of the Widow'."
- Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasons and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus

The newly installed King became the God-Man, Horus, only after he was "raised from the dead" in a living resurrection ceremony. The words to this ritual were never written on any scroll, but they were handed down, learned and remembered word for word. "Although there is evidence for a generic connection between the Craft and the Ancient Mysteries, there is no explanation of how the material might have been transmitted or how the tradition could remain hidden through the rigors of the Dark Ages and the probing of the Inquisition." W. Kirk MacNulty, Freemasonry - A Journey through Ritual and Symbol.

Seqenenre was a 'Caretaker', as were his ancestors. This is explained on the 'Shepherd Kings' Page. The King had 'the Word' and the 'knowledge' God gave the 'Sons of Light', in these pages you will see the proof.

The Egyptian concept of Death and the Afterlife

The King that had 'died' and had post-presently been the God Horus, would become the God Osiris at death providing 'the secret ritual words were spoken' and he was 'resurrected' to the ultimate position of being the 'God of the Dead' and the 'King of the Underworld'. Osiris, becoming immortal, could return to the earth and 'incarnate' into a mortal man. In this state he could 'teach' the people, be a 'civilizer' and 'legislator' and then return from whence he came.

If the King-God Osiris had lived a righteous life, if he was free of sin, he achieved the status of being 'A MASTER in Heaven'. This consists of his soul being weighed against the 'Feather of Maat'. If his soul is lighter than the feather, Osiris becomes a Master. As Osiris departs, Horus becomes the New God-King..

The Book of the Dead (from about 1800 BC),...reads very much like an oratorio. Although there is no evidence that it was actually performed, the ritual is full of theatrical elements. It describes the journey of the soul, brought after death by the jackal-headed god Anubis into the Hall of Truth, where the dead man's heart is weighed against a feather. If the heart, made light by goodness, does not outweigh the feather, then the soul is brought before Osiris and granted immortality. Anubis checks the accuracy of the balance, Thoth records the results and Ammit prepares to gobble down hearts ladden with sin.
- Encyclopaedia Britannica

The ceremony was not only secret, but preformed and known only by the two Senior Priests of the Temple of Amen-Re, the Sun God. The Egyptians believed in Eternal Life and they went to great extremes to insure that the King achieved this. Only the One True Living God could have taught them this. In these pages you will see why God chose the Egyptians to be the 'Keepers of the Word' and the 'Caretakers' of the 'Knowledge'.

The Masonic Third Degree ceremony explains what happened that day over 3500 years ago in the Temple at Thebes, which is now Luxor, when the True King and Master, Seqenenre Tao II was murdered. We concur with Knight and Lomas, that this legend becomes the story and drama of the Master Builder, Hiram Abiff.

The King had finished his prayers and was leaving by the south gate where he was accosted by the first of three ruffians, who, for want of a better weapon, had armed himself with a plumb rule., and demanded of the Master, Seqenenre, the True secrets of Osiris..

The King was warned that death would be the consequence of this refusal; but the King, true to his obligation replied that those secrets were known to but three in the world and without the consent of the other two, he neither could or would divulge them. But as for himself, he would rather suffer death than betray the sacred trust reposed in him.

This was not the answer the ruffian was looking for, therefore he aimed a violent blow to the Master's forehead,but startled by the firmness of his demeanor, it only glanced down his right temple. Yet with sufficient force to cause him to reel and sink to the ground on his left knee. Recovering himself from this situation, he rushed to the west gate where he stood opposed by the second ruffian, to whom he replied as before, yet with undiminished firmness when the ruffian who was armed with a level, struck a violent blow on the left temple which brought him to the ground on his right knee.

Finding all chances of escape in both directions cut off, our Master staggered, faint and bleeding, to the east gate where the third ruffian was posted and who, on receiving a similar reply to his insolvent demand - for our Master remained true to his obligation even in his most trying moment - struck him a violent blow full in the center of the forehead with a heavy stone maul, which laid him lifeless at his feet.

"The king-making ritual is known to have been performed in the pyramid of Unas. As in a Masonic temple, the ceiling of the main chamber represents the sky with stars in place. The commonly accepted view is that the ceremony was celebrated on the last night of the waning moon, beginning at sunset and continuing all night until sunrise, the purpose being a 'living resurrection ritual' which identified the dead king with Osiris as an ascended "Master". The picture is the former Temple at Thebes.

The real secrets of the Egyptian king-making ceremony, which included the 'raising' of Osiris, died with Seqenenre, the man Knight and Lomas symbolically refer to as Hiram Abiff, ..."the King that was lost". 'The Grand Master'. The 'one' who knew the 'ALL'. This has also been referred to as the reason for the 'Lost Name of God' and the 'Lost Word'. After these words were lost, no king could journey to the afterlife to be one with Osiris.

"The coronation took place in two stages. The first stage included anointing and an investiture with a ceremonial collar and apron as well as a presentation of an 'ANKH' (symbol of eternal life) and four posies. In the second stage, the royal insignia were presented and the main ritual began. A crucial part of this was the reaffirmation of the union of the Two Lands and the investiture of the new king by presenting two distinctly different crowns and regalia. ( Henri Frankfort, in Kingship and the Gods ) . At what stage in these proceedings the king became a god ( Horus ) is never stated.
"The new - Horus is considered to be the 'Morning star.'"...

"...The Egyptian hieroglyphic for the morning star has the literal meaning 'divine knowledge'. This seems to support our thesis that the candidate for kingship was raised to the status of the new god/king Horus by sharing the secrets of the gods in the land of the dead, where he learned the great secrets before returning to Earth as the morning star broke the horizon just before sunrise."

"At the coronation/funeral ritual, the old king was resurrected as the new one, and proved himself a suitable candidate by traveling around the perimeter of the entire country. This was really a symbolic act as the new king was conducted around the temple room to show himself a worthy candidate to those present, which included the god Re and his main assistant."
Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas. The Hiram Key: Pharoahs, Freemasons and the Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls of Jesus

Bible Reference, King James version and More..

What the writers left out.

Of Abraham there was Isaac. Of Isaac there was Jacob. Jacob erected the first pillar called Mizpah. Joseph was the son of Jacob. The tribe of Abram had lived in the land of Canaan for 400 years. The twelve tribes ( sons ) of Abram became God's people and Israel. Bible references do not explain that there were two ruling factors in Egypt at the same time. However this is confirmed by Egyptian records and history. Consult 'The Second Intermediate Period of Egypt' link below, for the dating and historical proof of this important factor. The dynasty work is done by Dr. Kelley L. Ross Ph.D., site link below.

Insults sent to King Seqenenre Tao II

Seqenenre Tao II is placed in the XVII dynasty of Thebes ( 1558 - 1554 BC) which directly corresponds with Apepi II (Archlês) of Avaris, (Heliopolis) 1581-1541 BC in the XV dynasty of Hyksos rule.
Dr. Kelley L. Ross's
Seventeenth Dynasty page. ( see the tables in the lower left of the page.)
However, in the XIV Dynasty of Xois or Avaris, we see an (Aphôphis I )(lower right) with no date. This is a Greek interpretation by Manetho . Apepi is also called Aphôphis so he must be (Apepi II) Aphophis II. 1541-1540 BC. We feel this is the correct Hyksos ruler who sends Insults to Seqenenre. Dr. Ross's origional ending rule date for Seqenenre was 1541 BC. This was updated in 2000 but he did not update the Hyksos dynasties dates.

Aphophis complained that Seqenenre's pet hippopotami were keeping him awake by snoring at a distance of over 400 miles away.

The story of this letter is contained in a papyrus from later in the New Kingdom, which breaks off in the middle, with Seqenenre wondering what on earth he should respond.
It so happened that the land of Kemet was in distress, for there was no Lord who was King of the (entire) region. There was King Seqenenre as ruler of the Southern City, but the distress was in the city of the Asiatics of King Apophis, Avaris. He had seized control over the entire country and its tributes, and likewise the North and all the good products of the Northern Land.

Now King Apophis had made Seth ( picture below) the Lord and no longer served any of the gods that were in the entire country, except for Seth. He (even) built him a temple as (mark of) good and eternal servitude, next to the palace of King Apophis and in the morning he would appear to give offerings ///.../// daily to Seth. The courtiers carried in /// exactly as was done in the temple of Re-Harakhte.

(The Hyksos introduced Baal into Egypt where he came to be identified with Seth; the Greeks equated Seth with Typhon. )

Now King Apophis wished to send an insulting letter to King Seqenenre, the prince of the Southern City.

Now then, after several days had passed after this, King Apophis summoned /// .../// of his ///.../// it, sent ///.../// message ///.../// river ///.../// knowledgeable scribes ///.../// the great magistrates ///.../// Sovereign, Our Lord ///.../// pond of hippopotamussi ///.../// for they do not allow that sleep comes to me day or night, with their noise being in the ears of our city ///...///

Now the prince of the Southern City ///... ... /// with him /// and he does not adore (?) any god in the entire country except for Amunrasonther. (The great god, lord of the heaven, lord of Thebes. This combination was so frequent, that it became the name of a manifestationof Amun-Re: )

Now then, after several days had passed after this, King Apophis sent the message of which he had spoken with his knowledgeable scribes to the prince of the Southern City. When the messenger of King Apophis had reached the prince of the Southern City, he was taken before the prince of the Southern City. Then one said to the messenger of King Apophis: "What has brought you to the Southern City. Why has this traveller reached me?"

And the messenger said to him: "It is King Apophis who sent me to you to say 'You shall put an end to the pond of hippopotami which is in the lake of the city, since they do not allow that sleep comes to me day or night, their noise being in the ears of the (entire) city'".

Now the prince of the Southern City was so amazed with (this) great insult that it so happened he knew not how to reply the messenger of King Apophis.

Now the prince of the Southern City said to him: "Let your Lord hear the words ///.../// in the Lake of the Southern City".

Now the messenger ///.../// the words that he has sent to you".

Now the prince of the Southern City made provisions for the messenger of King Apophis of good products, meat, corn, ///.../// "As to anybody, you will say to him what I have done ///(for you?)///".

Now the messenger of King Apophis set about traveling to his Lord. The Prince of the Southern City summoned his great magistrates as well as every front and hindmost officer and he repeated to them the entire message that King Apophis had sent to him. They were all silent with this great insult, for they knew not how to give him an answer that was god in this vile matter.

Now King Apophis sent ///
At this point, the papyrus breaks of. The rest of the story has been lost. see
Seqenenre click A to Z - then S - then 'The Quarrel of Seqenenre and Apophis'.

This period, the Second Intermediate Period, saw Egypt ruled by foreign kings for almost a hundred years. These kings came from diverse backgrounds as groups of foreigners vied to dominate Egypt. In fact, it isn't fair to say that Egypt was under the control of a single monarch, but consisted largely of independent states under a variety of foreign kings. The Egyptians, ashamed and angered at the loss of their state, called these kings Heka-Khaswt, or "Rulers of the Foreign Lands." The Greeks later perverted this word to Hyksos.

The man who became known as 'Israel', Jacob, was a Hyksos himself, and a priest from the land of Sumer. All evidence is that Abraham was a high-born man from Ur, in the land of Sumer. In the KJ bible, God told the father of Abram to go to Canaan and he gave the land of Jordan to Abram. The King of Salem ( later known as Jerusalem ) was Melchizedek and he was also a High Priest of God's word and a 'chosen son'. Abraham becomes a High Priest following the order named after the King. In this priesthood, he is also 'initiated' into the mysteries. This 'initiation' supports the theory that at least two seperate groups of people had God's secret 'knowledge' at the same time.

The Masonic legend says; "After the destruction of the world, there were two pillars discovered by Hermes, the son of Shem. Then the craft of masonry began to flourish, and Nimrod was one of the earliest patrons of the art. "Abraham, the son of Jerah, was skilled in the seven sciences and taught the Egyptians the science of grammar. Euclid, many years later instructed them in the art of making mighty walls and ditches to preserve their houses from the inundations of the Nile, and by geometry measured out the land, and divided it into partitions so that each man might ascertain his own property. And it was he who gave masonry the name of geometry".

One story we found proclaims that Abraham is to return to the land of 'his fathers' and regain from them the secrets God left with the 'Caretakers''. The use of the phrase, "Land of his Fathers" will be significantly important in a minute.
It is said Abraham became friends with the 'Pharoah'. This pharoah could be the ruler of the region taken over by the Hyksos around 1980 BC. It includes the city of 'On'. The infiltration of the 'sea peoples' resulted in their control of the upper portion of Egypt. Historically recorded, there is a dynasty shown for the Hyksos Rulers, beginning in 1805 BC. see Seventeenth Dynasty . And see the next page.
The dynasty page clearly shows Seqenenre Tao and the 'other' Egyptian Royal House at Thebes which was located in the lower region of Egypt. (upper being the Northern half since the Nile flows North.)

The family of Abraham traveled to Egypt in 1780 BC. Hence the name "Shepherd Kings". The Umosejhe (Egyptians ) were bound to the Hyksos in ways of Spirit beyond the personal will because their ancestors came from the same place.. These 'usurpers' re-wrote the history of Olai / Hyksos, making them enemies and conquerors of Egypt. The full explaination of the 'caretakers' is on the 'Shepherd Kings' page.

A lifesize wooden statue of the 13th Dynasty king
 Hor I was found at Dashur.Manethô an Egyptian priest and historian, gives six "great" Hyksos kings of the XV Dynasty, but his names in Greek match up only imperfectly with the names known from inscriptions. Although the XIV Dynasty is regarded by Manetho as Egyptian, Ryholt reconstructs it as already Canaanite in origin... By the same token, the XVII Dynasty at Thebes, though called by Manethô a Hyksos dynasty also, was clearly Egyptian. It appears to have become vassals of the Hyksos, giving the foreigners control of the whole country for the first time, and then to have revolted. We can see the axe wound to the forehead from which Tao II (next page) evidently died, and Kamose may also have been killed in battle. We have a long account by Kamose on the outbreak of open war with the Hyksos, who were making humiliating demands on the king.

In the KJ bible there is a reference in Genesis 49.6, to the killing of a man by the brothers of Joseph whilst possibly ( Knight & Lomas theory ) trying to force a secret from him. Joseph's brothers, Simeon and Levi were sent to force the secrets from the Master.

There is evidence that Joseph, after being sold by his brothers, becomes the slave of 'Pharoah'. The bible says Joseph interprets the pharaoh's dreams correctly. This pharoah then bestows the position of 'vizier' to all Egypt upon Joseph. It is NOT all of Egypt that Joseph is vizer over. The Royal family at Thebes was still in power and control of Lower Egypt. But we found that Joseph has Egyptian Royal blood running through his veins. His great great grandmother was an Egyptian princess. She was the wife and sister of the Egyptian King... A wife that was already Abraham's wife/sister. We explain this on the next page.

Motive for Murder

Aphophis ( meaning "Isfet" disorder, chaos, opposed to Maat) or in Egyptian mythology, an evil dragon-like, monstrous serpent god, and his predecessors had forced the Egyptians, including Seqenenre out of upper These Hyksos rulers had slowly occupied and taken over Egypt. The Hyksos rulers were called "Pharoahs"not kings. Aphophis wanted the secrets so he could be a true king but the Egyptian ruler would not budge from his oath just as a true Master Mason will not budge. King Seqenenre still had control of lower Egypt, but Aphophis was pushing his way closer and closer to complete takeover.

"According to Masonic tradition Hiram was murdered by three of his assistants [Jubela, Jubelo, and Jubelum] soon after he had completed the bronzework of the Temple [of Solomon]. And this event was for some reason regarded as so laden with meaning that is was commemorated in the initiation ceremonies for Master Masons - in which each initiate was required to play the role of the murder victim."
- Graham Hancock, The Sign and the Seal

The real 'Jubelum' may have been a young priest in Aphophis' temple. As we mentioned, Jacob is a 'Hyksos'. Abraham was invited to teach the 'Hyksos/Egyptians' under Aphophis' rule. Abraham is part of the invasion of Egypt as early as the 19th century BC. His household therefore has special privledge and this family members, before Joseph, may have been granted priesthood duties and rights only the 'Shepherd Kings' were entitled to. We could theorize that Abraham himself taught the Hyksos rulers everything they knew except the vital 'king making ritual'.

We know from recent discoveries that the real Egyptian rituals are written all over the walls of the tomb of Osiris, recently found deep under ground, under the Sphinx. ( Complete picture detail on the Pyramid page.. see Osiris Tomb found. ) No one can decipher them,... Yet.
With the advance of this relationship and the later appointment of Joseph as viser, we now move on to the brothers of Joseph, who are Simeon and Levi. We will now call them ( Jubelo and Jubela ), and it is they who most likely confronted and threatened the young priest, or he was bribed to help them , and because he was afraid of Joseph, he went along with the carefully laid out plan Simeon and Levi had devised to get into to the Temple and get the secrets.

Apophis could have offered him the rank of high priest in his court, providing he got what he wanted, so the young priest agreed to tell the brothers who knew the secrets and where to find them. He then and apparently actually assisted in the murder, according to the legend , giving the final death blow..

Hiram Key quote; "Having already murdered the two senior priests, who would not tell them anything, they confronted the King".

In Genesis 49: 6., Simeon and Levi, Joseph's brothers are cursed by Jacob for their cruelty and the fact that they killed a man. Jacob tells the other brothers to stay away from them and he wants no part of their " wicked plans"..."Let me not enter their council, let me not join their assembly..,"

According to the 'Testament of Levi', Lost Books of the Bible and the forgotten books of Eden; World Bible Publishers, page 228 which was written between 107 and 137 BC, Simeon and Levi had killed two men. One named Shechem, the other called Hamor. Chapter 3, verse 3, goes on to say "And after this day my brothers came and smote that city with the edge of the sword". This killing susposedly followed the rape of their sister Dinah. Simeon and Levi then have also accused these men of ploting to rape Sarah and Rebecca. The story seems to indicate that the men of Shechem were all circumsized in an agreement they made with Jacob. But Simeon and Levi then go to the city while the men are recovering and kill them all. So we go from killing 'one' man to possibly hundreds.

'Testament of Levi', Verse 7: 'The Egyptians then prosecuted Abraham our Father when he was a stranger, and they vexed his flocks ; and Eblaen, who was born in his house, they most shamefully handeled'.

This is a clear indication the true Egyptians didn't know Abraham.
We also found another translation of the name of Eblaen, which is Jeblae. Notice the similiarity in the spelling ( Jubela ). This person appears then to be one of the 'three' murders and the name Eblaen is here translated into 'Hebrew'. However we cannot verify this translation. This comes from an online version of the Testament of Levi. If it can be verified, it plugs up any other 'holes' in this theory, except one. Who is Jubelum?
If the young priest is called Jeblae, which one inflicts the final death blow? Was it actually Levi? We have found information in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Michael Wise, Martin Abegg, Jr., and Edward Cook, that Levi lived a very long life, was in this version, a priest and died at the age of 138. These texts are called the Geniza Fragments, Mt. Athos Greek text 4Q213-214, 4Q540-541. It is clear that 'insertions' have been made and parts of the work has 'Christian' ideas inserted. The cannonized texts do not give any mention of Levi obtaining the 'priesthood' or living a long life. Another interputation in the KJB says Simeon and Levi are 'not' given any land holdings at the death of Jacob. No inheritance is given to one who is 'disowned'. If he were a priest, why would Jacob disown him?

Joseph, was also prosecuted in the KJB, Genesis 49:23 'Testament of Levi', Verse 8 reveals "And thus they did to all strangers, taking away by force their wives, and they banished them".

The reference to "the Egyptians" is clearly not the Hyksos rulers. "when he was a stranger", is proof, the true Egyptians didn't know him. "Born in his house" is reference to someone born in the House or family of Abraham, which could be a reference to the young priest, Levi. The 'Bannishment' and 'taking away by force', establishes the enslavement of the remaining Hyksos population who are all considered 'strangers' to the true Royal house at Thebes.

Chapter 2, Verse 12 Of 'Testament of Levi' says, " And I destroyed at that time the sons of Hamor, as it is written in the heavenly tables". ( They had to have killed everyone they saw that day in the temple at Thebes. ) It goes on to say that Levi has been given the robe of the priesthood and the crown of righteouness. Crowns and robes could not have been placed on his head by members of Seqenenre's household.

So this we believe, establishes a killing of someone in the Royal household of the True King of Egypt, otherwise no such 'prosecution' or enslavement of Joseph or Abraham would have taken place.
It also establishes a 'priesthood' offered to Levi by a Hyksos ruler, however we believe the Geniza fragments fictionalize the real results of Levi's actions. This comes from years of learning how to change the truth or wipeing out any rememberance of a leader as practiced by the Egyptians. Jacob has already described Simeon and Levi as being 'evil' and he despises their mother, Leah. This was found in an old copy of the Old Testament which we have in our possession. This bible is copyrighted 1939 and published by Philadelphia National Press - Conformable to the edition of 1611, Commonly known as the Authorized or King James Version. In recent copies it has now been removed.
The Hiram Key does not use any of this evidence however it may not be connected to the 'killing' of Seqenenre.

The 'shamefull handeling' of the man called Eblaen is of course the removal of genitles by the Egyptians. His mummy and the forensic explanation of his death is on our 'Abraham' 2 page. This establishes major corroboration of the details of the theory.
The campaign against the Hyksos; Prisoners often either died of their wounds or were killed by their captor, a practice known since earliest times, and as proof of a kill a hand or the genitals were cut off.

In the Biblical account, it then appears that all of the men of Shechem are killed, not just one.
The Hyksos population and the real Egyptians mostly got along. They shared knowledge and new devices such as the chariot. A new loom was introduced and new irrigation methods were introduced. Abraham and Sarah even taught mathmetics and geometry to the Hyksos population. This makes sence but the Hyksos wanted something else, something very important indeed. Abraham himself, may have prompted this action. If he did, then we know that the needed, missing secret ritual was known about for hundreds of years before he arrived in Egypt. Passed down by Thoth, only the true Egyptians knew it.

Of the King James Version; These verses are also written by Hebrew authors who would never alude to the fact that Simeon and Levi, being the son's of Jabob had done anything this sinful and outrageous.
The Living Bible, Genesis 49: 5-6-7 carries this account; "Simeon and Levi are two of a kind. They are men of violence and injustice. O my soul, stay away from them. May I never be a party to their wicked plans. Cursed be their anger, for it is fierce and cruel".

Was the circumcision agreement a trick, a set-up? Or is this whole episode a complete fabrication?
Simeon and Levi are capable of committing all manor of sinful acts therefore lying about what really happened is not unreasonable and considering this account is written 1500 plus years after it happened, it was probably changed several times by someone other than the original writer. The Hebrews were very precise in their writings, but there was a killing that was depicted as a shameful act by Jabob and therefore the details are sketchy and clouded. Is it this Shechem murder?
Or was there a murder at Thebes that only killed one man? These stories are not written together so it appears there are two distinctly different instances of murder.
And then you have to wonder why this story as originaly written was left out of the King James Version. Something here doesn't wash.
"However, mainline and liberal theologians generally accept the "Documentary Hypothesis" which asserts that the Pentateuch was written by a group of authors, from diverse locations in Palestine, over a period of centuries. Each wrote with the goal of promoting his/her own religious views":
see Writers of Genesis

Here we included the account from Josephus on the murders at Shechem:
Concerning The Violation Of Dina's Chastity. Here we find a 'Son' of a king named Shechem, but we also have a town called Shechem.. "But Jacob informed his sons of the defilement of their sister, and of the address of Hamor; and desired them to give their advice what they should do. Upon fills, the greatest part said nothing, not knowing what advice to give. But Simeon and Levi, the brethren of the damsel by the same mother, agreed between themselves upon the action following"....
We have citizens called 'Shechemites'. The kings name is Hamor and the Kings son's name is Shechem. They are both killed. One passage in Genesis 33 has Jacob legally purchasing the location Shechem for the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel. Genesis 34 has Jacob's sons killing all of the men of Shechem (Shekem) by a deceitful trick.

But why is this killing considered 'shamefull'? Why would Jacob disown Simeon and Levi for defending their sister's honor? Something is wrong with this account. These men are then portrayed as Canaanites not Egyptians. One story says they are Samaritans which it later became. Does the King James version confuse the Canaanites with the true rulers. So how did the Canaanites get involved in the prosecution of Joseph which has to happen at a later date when he is vizier, and indicated by the later account in Genesis.

Adding to the mystery

Sarah, Abraham's wife, became 'princess Sarah'. Isaac is Sarah's son born when she is old.
According to Genesis, Isaac's sons are Jacob and Esau. We found that Jacob purchased Esau's birthright in Genesis 25:30-34, which was the senior succession to his father, from 'whom a race of kings would ensue'. Genesis 17:16. This would not be significant unless there were a 'crown' at stake...a crown through Sarah - because she is the King's sister. Which king is the question.

'Abimelech' - This was the common name for Philistine kings, as "Pharaoh" was of the Hyksos kings.

'Jasher 20:15; The Angel Of Yahuwah Strikes The Whole Land Of The Philistines
"And on that night there was a great outcry in the land of the Philistines, and the inhabitants of the land saw the figure of a man standing with a drawn sword in his hand, and he struck the inhabitants of the land with the sword, yes he continued to strike them down. 16. And the angel of Yahuwah struck the whole land of the Philistines on that night, and there was a great confusion on that night and on the following morning. 17. And every womb was closed, and all their issues, and the hand of Yahuwah was upon them on account of Serah, wife of Abraham, whom Abimelech had taken. 22. Now therefore, O sovereign king, know what happened yesterday night to the whole land, for there was a very great consternation and great pain and lamentation, and we know that it was on account of the woman which you did take."......{"took her"} means 'had sex'....this is in addition to Genesis 20 1:18. Abimelech is the father of the grandson's Jacob and Esau are the grandsons sons of a King.

A king of Gerar in the time of Isaac, probably the son of the preceeding (Gen. 26:1-22). Isaac sought refuge in his territory during a famine, and there he acted a part with reference to his wife Rebekah similar to that of his father Abraham with reference to Sarah. Abimelech rebuked him for the deception, which he accidentally discovered.

A son of Gideon (Judg. 9:1), who was proclaimed king after the death of his father (Judg. 8:33-9:6). One of his first acts was to murder his brothers, seventy in number, "on one stone," at Ophrah. Only one named Jotham escaped. He was an unprincipled, ambitious ruler, often engaged in war with his own subjects. When engaged in reducing the town of Thebez, (Thebes) which had revolted, he was struck mortally on his head by a millstone, thrown by the hand of a woman from the wall above.

In Genesis 32:6, Jacob is afraid of Esau and he 'wrestles' with 'a man' in Genesis 32:24 until daybreak. Jacob is Esau's 'servent' in Genesis 33. We will find that Esau is married to an Egyptian - Genesis 28:29.

Then there is the 'rounding up' of Abraham's kin folks, which this early account doesn't even mention? There is mention of seizing flocks, ect., but it's the flocks of the Shechemites, their women and children, ect. Genesis 34:28-29. We think the time frame they have used, which aludes to before Jacob moves to the city of Heliopolis, the details of this action are all linked to the earlier murder at Shechem, but in the later account we find that Levi and Simeon are old enough to kill 'other men'. Avaris is the city where Joseph lived and it is the Hyksos ruler he is vizier to. We covered the proof on Hiram Index 2 under which God did Joseph serve?
That puts them squarely in Egypt in a later time frame, a time of the murder of Seqenenre Tao II.

Further reference; Avaris: capital city of the Hyksos in the eastern delta "P'a-djedku" of Avaris: canal of Hutuaret i.e. Avaris.
The city of 'Shecham' described on the next page, is located between Mt. Gerizim and Mt. Ebal, approximately 65 km North of Jerusalem. Later the church historian Eusebius (c. 260 - c. 340 AD) and a pilgrim from Bordeaux (333 AD) placed it on the outskirts of Neapolis (modern Nablus) near Jacob’s Well. Jerome (345-420 AD) repeated Eusebius’ location, but elsewhere made it clear that he doubted that Shechem was anything other than the predecessor of Neapolis. see Shechem

Another source says; Nablus, known as the site of biblical Shechem, is one of the largest Palestinian cities with a population of more than 50,000 people. The area of Biblical Shechem can be found in Balata, which is in the eastern section of the city.

The Elohim Strengthen 2 Men To Destroy The Whole Town Of Shechem
Jasher 35:16; "Who does not know that it was their Elohim who inspired them with strength to do to the town of Shechem the evil which you heard of? 17. Could it then be with their own strength that 2 men could destroy such a large city as Shechem had it not been for their Elohim in whom they trusted? He said and did to them all this to kill the inhabitants of the city in their city."

Abimelech It is no surprise, then, that Gideon’s son Abimelech went to the leaders of Shechem to gain support for his failed attempt to become king of the Israelite tribes. Three archaeological discoveries at Shechem relate to the narrative of Judges 9. Berith is the Hebrew word for covenant, so the temple was for “Baal of the covenant.”

A large fortress temple discovered on the acropolis of Shechem has been identified as the temple of Judges 9 (Stager 2003; 1999). It was constructed in the 17th century BC and lasted until the destruction of the city by Abimelech in the 12th century BC....or was it? ...the city gate where Gaal, the leader of the opposition force, and Zebal, governor of Shechem, observed the approach of Abimelech’s forces. Was Issac's son Jacob and his sons Simeon and Levi in on this attack?

The third son Judah forms another tribe and later the Lord favors it in opposition to the tribes of Israel.

Historically, Abraham traveled through Shechem on his way to Canaan and offered his first sacrifice to G-d After the conquest of Canaan, Joshua assembled the Israelites here and encouraged them to follow the Mosaic laws. During the period of the Judges, Abimelech was crowned king here. But other information says Biblical Shechem was destroyed by the Assyrians in the 18th century BCE. 1880-1840 B.C. Are the Assyrians the predecessors of the Hyksos?

Archaeologists say that inside the area known as Biblical Shechem are the remains of a defensive wall, a 3,600-year-old Hyksos temple and Joseph’s Tomb. Other information says Joseph's tomb is located at Avaris.

We found confirmation in a Josephus writing that Jacob moved to Heliopolis. If Abraham comes to Egypt as early as 1960 BC, add 200 + years and this definately ties them to the Egyptians in the 17th dynasty..

Biblical theorists associate Ramses with the Exodus but the city of Ramses was called Avaris long before the time of Moses. Almost 400 years before.

Based on the knowledge amassed by the beginning of this century, Egyptologists and biblical scholars had by then reached the conclusion the the Exodus had indeed taken place in the middle of the fifteenth century B.C. But then the weight of scholarly opinion shifted to a thirteenth-century B.C. date because it seemed to better fit the archaeological dating of various Canaanite sites, in line with the biblical record of the conquest of Cannan by the Israelites. Yet such a dating was not unanimously agreed upon.

As quoted by Josephus in Against Apion,The writings of Manetho stated that 'after the blasts of God's displeasure broke upon Egypt, "a Pharoah named Toumosis negotiated with the Shepherd People, "the people from the east, to evacuate Egypt and go whither they would unmolested." This Pharoah was Thmosis (Amosis in Greek - Ahmose). Manetho referred to "the King who expelled the pastoral people from Egypt" in a section devoted to the Pharoahs of the eighteenth dynasty. Egyptologists now accept as historical fact the expulsion of the Hyksos in 1541 B.C. by the founder of the eighteenth dynasty, the Pharoah Ahmosis (Ahmose). This new dynasty, which established the New Kingdom in Egypt might well have been the new dynasty of Pharoahs "who knew not Joseph". (Exodus 1:8)
Zecharia Sitchin The Wars of Gods and Men

We offer more evidence that the 17th dynasty king Ahmose is the King who expelled the Hyksos on our Hiram Introduction 3 page. New archaeological evidence is presented that confirms Moses was Ahmose's step-brother.

Royal bloodlines

Keeping in mind that the grail 'bloodline' comes from the female, we have Sarah, Issac, Esau and Jacob who are twins, Igrath and Sobeknefru who was an Egyptain Queen and sole ruler at the end of the 18th dynasty.

Jacob bought Esau's birthright Genesis 25:33 - Isaac gave Esau's blessing to Jacob in Genesis 27:, because Esau marries Mahalath in Genesis 28:9. Mahalath is described as, the sister of Nebaioth and daughter of Ishmael, son of Abraham. She is also described as (Genesis 25:12) a daughter of Sarah's maidservent Hagar which makes her Esau's aunt. Hagar is Ishmael's mother also. Esau moves away and is only mentioned once more as living in Sier or Edom and Genesis 36 contains the list of his children.. He becomes the father of the Edomites.

This sequence of events is important for several reasons. It confirms the affinity Jacob’s family had with the Shechem area, the first place they had settled when they came to the land for the first time (Cf. Abraham). It also verifies that Abraham's family and other Hyksos intermarried with the real Egyptians. The KJ story which has Abraham becoming friends with an Egyptian king, we think is King Senusret of the Thebian XII dynasty, who at the time was living at Lisht, a Northern city close to Meidum. The intermarriages over 400 years would have placed Abraham's family in at least partial control, but they wanted it all.

From Abraham, we then move easily to Seqenenre's era with Joseph being of the fourth generation of Hyksos to live in Egypt but under a 'fear and control' god named Seth or Baal.

To confirm this, the story from Genesis of the Grail Kings says Abraham came to Egypt during the rule of Senusret. 12th Dynasty Senusret (Table next page) His wife Sarah was actually the half-sister - wife of the true Egyptian King.
The translation of the Hebrew in Genesis 12:19 is this, "Why did you say, She is my sister, so that I TOOK HER FOR MY WIFE?" Clearly it says, she WAS the King's wife! Did she have a son that had an Egyptian king as his father? Is it Esau and Jacob? (the twins) This would explain 'the birthright' being sold.

A later (Genesis of the Grail Kings, page 226) Genesis entry (45:8) has Joseph saying, "God hath made me a father to a pharoah". At Genesis 47:20, "In Egypt, Manasseh and Ephraim were born to Joseph by Asenath - daughter of Potiphera, priest of On". (On is Helipoplis) But there are 2 Helipoplis's. One in Lebannon the other in Egypt. Through Tuya (the Asenath) and Yuya (Joseph), the descendents of Esau and Jacob did indeed become pharoahs of Egypt.

One writer says, these particular pharoahs have become known as the Amarna Kings; they are Akhenaten, Semnkhkare, and Tutankhamun, who ruled consecutively from 1367 BC. However this has not been proven. Tuya was the daughter of a priest of Heliopolis and was said to be descended from Igrath, the mother of Queen Sobeknefru. It is suspected that the 'One God' worship of Akhenaten was directed towards Aten or as we know him, Enki and that is why he may have been murdered and his temple destroyed. His remains as well as the remains of Nefititi, his wife have never been found. Some also speculated that Tut may have been murdered for the same reason. Aten was a Sun God, the One God, while El 'Elyon was worshipped by the peasant Hebrews. El 'Elyon is the god of storms and war and is also known as Yehweh or Jehovah. El 'Elyon, as we have discovered, was a false God.

Senusret was this Egyptian king's birth name, which would mean, "Man of Goddess Wosret". He is also sometimes referred to as Senwosret III and Senusert III, or by the Greeks, Sesostris III. His throne name was Kha-khau-re, meaning "Appearing like the Souls of Re" The cronology of the 14th Hyksos dynasty shows kings located at Avaris which furthers our theory of a split nation ruled by two kings. This also indicates the Hyksos were there before the 14th dynasty BC.

The period from Senusret I to Akhenaten is 600 years and is 200 years after Seqenenre's rule.. so Joseph has to be vizier during the 400 year period between Senusret I and Seqenenre because the Hyksos were removed from Egypt way before the time of Akhenaten by Ahmose. We agree with Genesis of the Grail Kings, that Joseph's descendents are kings in the 18th Thebian dynasty, but Gardner did not agree with Joseph's veneration of Seth/Baal or Enlil.

So who is the King, "who didn't know about Joseph" in Exodus 1:8? Who attacked Joseph in Genesis 49:23? We think it was Ahmose and we get into this in full detail on the next page..
So we have to agree with Knight and Lomas, the Exodus story of Moses overlaps the story in Genesis. Take note that no name of a mother or father is given for Moses in the bible. 'Yoshabell' is used in the movie 'The Ten Commandments'. The city of Goshen is shown on the map below but there is no connection in the bible. His mother is only identified as a Levite woman. Genesis of the Grail Kings identifies Moses with Amenhotep and with Tiye as his real mother, and claim he lived at Thebes in his younger years. They claim that Tey, a sister-in-law of Tiye nursed the boy and she was described as a 'daughter of the house of Levi'. But nobody lived at Thebes until Kamose or Ahmose moved back there after the Hyksos expulsion had already began....and this wasn't until just before Seqenenre was murdered in 1554 BC., as we have proof of the insults sent to him by Apophis II, of the Hyksos 15th Dynasty. (shown as 1541- 1540 BC.)

The teachings of Amenemope were slowly losing their hold on the Egyptian mind when, through the influence of an Egyptian Salemite physician, a woman of the royal family espoused the Melchizedek teachings. This woman prevailed upon her son, Ikhnaton,(Akhenaten) Pharaoh of Egypt, to accept these doctrines of One God. This was Sobeknefru, Dragon Queen of Egypt 1785-82 BC.

Our theory contends that if Moses lived at Thebes, he would have been there with the family of Seqenenre Tao.

Seigmund Freud, Henry Breasted and others have pointed out that Moses was positively sighted as an Egyptian in Exodus 2:21. But even an adopted child would take on the family name of the king. The Egyptian word mose means 'offspring' or 'heir' as in Tuthmose (born of Thoth) and Ahmose. We found confirmation of this and display it on our Moses' page, We feel Moses' life begins before the era of Joseph and he is present during the war with the Hyksos which is at, according to Josephus, his own choosing and he was glad to do it. He was most likely the commander and chief of an army under Queen Ahhotep, Ahmoses' mother and Tao's wife.

The God of Apophis II, 15th dynasty - Upper Egypt of Avaris, (Heliopolis) 1581-1541 BC in the XV dynasty of Hyksos rule.
Dr. Kelley L. Ross's Seventeenth Dynasty page. ( see the tables in the lower left of the page. 'green') However, in the XIV Dynasty of Xois or Avaris, we see an (Aphôphis I ) with no date. (right side)

Seth Seth- Attributes: Early in Egyptian history, Set(h) is spoken of in terms of reverence as the god of wind and storms. He was even known as the Lord of Upper Egypt. Heru (Horus) being the Lord of Lower Egypt. It was Set(h) who stood in the front of the solar barque to defended the sun god Ra from his most dangerous foe, the serpent Apep. At this time, he seems to have had no conflicts with the cults of Aset (Isis) or Asar (Osiris). In fact, he was part of the same family of gods, and married to his twin sister, Nephthys.

However, it appears the followers of Set(h) may have resisted the followers of Heru (Horus) and the First Dynasty pharaoh, Menes, when he united Upper and Lower Egypt. This struggle for control of Egypt seems to be reflected in the mythology. At this point, Set(h) is portrayed as questioning the authority of his brother, Asar (Osiris). The Asar (Osiris) cults took this opportunity to discredit the followers of Set(h); he was now considered to be Asar's (Osiris) evil brother.

This Set(h) somehow became aquated with Adam's son Seth. They are in no way connected. Adam's third son was omitted from scripture entirely until sometime in the early 1900's when people demanded that all the Hebrew writings be included in the KJ bible.

The story was told that Set(h) was evil since birth, because he ripped himself from his mother's womb by tearing through her side. In the Asar (Osiris) legends it is Set(h) who tricks and murders Asar (Osiris). He is also the antagonist of Heru (Horus). By the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, Set(h) was the embodiment of evil. He was depicted with red eyes and hair. The ancient Egyptians believed red represented evil.

At this point the religious view of one God was formed by the Hyksos but they turned to the wrong one, El 'Elyon or (Set)h, ie., Baal. It also records the sovereign supervision of another God called El-Shaddai, over the process by which He brought Joseph to Egypt. El-Shaddai is the god Moses spoke to on the mountain.

Zoan and Avaris

Zoan (later to be called Tanis) was a city in the Nile River Delta area built seven years after Hebron in Canaan (Numbers 13:22). Inasmuch as the Hyksos were the ones who built Zoan, this establishes them in Egypt before the time of Abraham at the plain of Mamre in Canaan, Genesis 13:18. So we can understand what is meant in Psalm 78:12, 43, we will now quote from Insight On The Scriptures, volume 2, pages 1238-1239:
“Zoan. An ancient Egyptian city, built seven years after Hebron, hence already in existence around the time of Abraham’s entry into Canaan ... (Numbers 13:22; Genesis 12:5; 13:18). The Bible name Zoan corresponds to the Egyptian name (d‘n·t) of a town located in the northeastern part of the Delta region, about 35 miles southwest of Port Said. Better known by its Greek name, Tanis (near present-day San el-Hagar), it was situated on the branch of the Nile called the Tanitic branch.

As Psalm 78:12, 43, ‘the field of Zoan’ is used parallel to ‘the land of Egypt’ in recounting Jehovah’s (Yahweh’s) miraculous acts on behalf of Israel leading up to the Exodus. This has caused some scholars to hold that Moses’ meetings with Pharaoh took place at Zoan. Similarly, it has led to the effort to link Zoan (Tanis) with the city of Rameses, as well as with the city of Avaris, referred to by Manetho in his account about the so-called Hyksos kings. Thus, many modern reference works say that Zoan’s name changed to Avaris under the ‘Hyksos’, then changed to Rameses under the Ramesside dynasty, and finally reverted to Zoan (in the Greek form Tanis). It may be noted, however, that the Bible uses the name Zoan consistently as applying before the Exodus (back to Abraham’s time), at the time of the Exodus, and as late as the eighth, seventh, and sixth centuries B.C.E. (in the time of the prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel). from Children of Yehweh

Most theologians say Abrahams family was in Egypt for 400 years so this would fit in the time frame which is said to have begun around 1960 BC. 1960 BC until the exodus is 1550 - 1549 BC , which ties it up nicely.

Shechem It is likely that Shechem was one of the oldest settlements in Canaan. The earliest written record comes from an inscription on the Stele of Khu-Sebek who was a noble in the court of Sesotris III (c. 1880-1840 BC). It reads: “his majesty reached a foreign country of which the name was skmm [Shechem]. Then skmm fell, together with the wretched Retunu [an Egyptian name for the inhabitants of Syro-Palestine].” An Egyptian execration text (a clay tablet on which curses are inscribed and then ceremonially broken) dating from the mid nineteenth century BC, refers to one Ibish-hadad of Shechem, indicating that Shechem was an important centre of resistance against Egyptian rule.(Toombs, 1992: 1179).

Modern scholarship followed Jerome until 1903 when a party of German scholars led by Prof. Hermann Thiersh quite by accident discovered the ruins of Shechem. Eusebius had been quite accurate: the site of Shechem, known as Tell Balatah was located East of Nablus beside the traditional site for the tomb of Joseph (Josh. 24:32) and near Jacob’s Well (John 4:5-6) (Wright, 1967: 355). While he was in Egypt Joseph gave specific instructions regarding the arrangements for his burial (Gen. 50:24-26). Joseph’s bones were removed from Egypt at the Exodus (Exod. 13:19) and buried in the tract of land that Jacob had bought (Josh. 24:32).

The problem arises because it apparently contradicts the text of Genesis by stating that Abraham, rather than Jacob bought the plot of land at Shechem from the sons of Hamor (Gen. 33:18-19; cf. 23:3-20). This solution relies on an argument from silence as Genesis makes no mention of any land purchase at Shechem by Abraham. from.. Shechem.

When Gen. 35:4 describes Jacob burying the ‘foreign gods’ and ear-rings under the Shechem terebinth, Oesterley & Robinson see this as further evidence of the worship of trees. By burying the ‘gods’ under the oak they were placed under the power of the tree sanctuary of Jacob’s God and thus rendered harmless (Oesterley & Robinson, 1935: 23). They also find evidence of animism in Gen. 35:8, where they link the name ‘Oak of weeping’, with the Canaanite practice of weeping for Tammuz, a Babyloian goddess.
(cf. Ezek.8:14) (Oesterley & Robinson,1935: 23-24).

In The History of Israel. Noth rejected the biblical account of the conquest and argued instead that Israel’s occupation of the land took place through a gradual process of infiltration (Noth, 1996: 68-74).

Gottwald held that Israel emerged from within the population of Canaan and not by invasion from outside of it. Shechem was viewed as a neutral Canaanite city which worshipped Ba’al-berith and not Yahweh. (Gottwald, 1979: 563-564). Ba’al-berith was worshipped at a sacred site inside the city and Yahweh at a tree outside the city (Gen. 12:6; 33:18b-20; 35:4; Deut. 11:30; Josh. 24:26; Judges 9:6, 37). This would explain the continued existence of a temple to Ba’al-berith in Shechem (Judges 9:4) which does not require the reintroduction of a Canaanite cult (Gottwald, 1979: 564). Joshua’s speech (Josh 24) is therefore seen as institution of Yahwism and not as a renewal of a pre-existing covenant. The Shechemites were among those who declined the adoption of the new faith (Gottwald, 1979: 567). An important part of Gottwald’s argument for the separation of the sites of worship is the absence of a sacred pillar inside the city of Shechem. However, archaeology has demonstrated that during the period 1450-1100 BC there was a standing stone inside the temple precinct in Shechem.

And see The Armana Letters where we find solid proof of this in a letter to Akhenaten from the King of Shechem. ..."Moreover, the king wrote about my son. I did not know that my son was associated to the Hapiru,(Hebrew) and I certainly would have put him into the hands of Addaya." ("Evil More Than All Before" - Israel During the Amarna Period) from Translated names and words Here the Hyksos kings of Egypt have their Egyptian names revealed. It is again stated that Moses is Akhenaten. Joseph is called Yuya. The names of Levi and Simeon are listed but not translated.

This does establish that the city was under the control of, or in the territory owned by the real Egyptians. This lends proof.."Nebpehtire : Nebpehtyre, Ahmose I (1570-1546) triumphant : deceased Zahi : Djahi, region in northern Canaan. see Ahmose

The city of Shechem and its environs has formed an important theme in many of the reconstructions of Israel’s history produced this century. The theories differ widely, but at Theological Discussions, all are sceptical of the accuracy of the Old Testament account as it has come down to us. Is it possible that the translation for Sharuhen became confused with the word Shechem?

We found Joseph at Shechem in Genesis 37:12 and then he goes to Dothan. Tell Dothan is an impressive archaeological mound in the northern Samaria hills, some 22 km north of Shechem. This is right before he is thrown down the well.

We also found this: from Abimelech & the Kingship.
Following the death of Gideon Abimelech, the son of his Shechemite concubine (Judges 8:31) claimed the kingship that his father had refused (9:1-3: cf. 8:22-23).
Having persuaded the citizens of Shechem to follow him he set about murdering all but one of his brothers (9:3-7). Jotham, the only surviving son of Gideon addressed the citizens of Shechem by way of a prophetic parable which foretold their destruction by fire (9:7-21). After three years the people of Shechem decided that they had had enough of Abimelech’s rule and attempted to make Gaal son of Eded their leader (9:22-30).

Abimelech learnt of Gaal’s rebellion and attacked the city from the plain to the east as the people were going out to work in the fields (9:31-45). Once the city had fallen Abimelech turned his attention to the stronghold of the temple of Ba’al berith, where about a thousand of the city’s inhabitants had taken refuge. Rather than lay siege he set fire to the tower, killing the remaining citizens of the city (9:46-49). Abimelech himself was slain shortly afterwards attempting to repeat this procedure in the nearby city of Thebez (9:50-55). (The true kings city - Thebes ) Nearby? This also established the worship of Baal in at least part of the city.

Concerning the abduction of Diana, an interesting comparison was found in Homer's Iliad and the Odyssey Written between 750 and 650 BC. The problem is that this is too obvious an explanation for the story of the 'boys' trying to save their sister. A study of Indian epics has revealed that parallels with Homer, especially the Iliad, the account of Troy's downfall and the Ramayana, Rama's expedition to Sri Lanka in order to recover his abducted wife Sita. Both Greek and Indian story-tellers must have drawn upon a shared Indo-European heritage, albeit later changed to suit the different historical experiences involved in migration and settlement of Greece and India. Was this also a copied story? Remember the bible was edited by Ezekiel around 540BC, after the captivity and several sources say the bible was more than likely completely rewritten at this time because Ezekiel was attempting to get rid of any Egyptian heritage the people were still holding on to. This included all of the Egyptian images Solomon had put in the old temple.

At any rate the enslavement of large numbers of Asiatic began during this war. These are the words of Ahmose;
"When the town of Avaris was besieged, I fought bravely on foot in his majesty's presence. Thereupon I was appointed to the ship khaemmennefer ("Rising in Memphis"). Then there was fighting on the water in "P'a-djedku" of Avaris. I made a seizure and carried off a hand. When it was reported to the royal herald the gold of valour was given to me. Then they fought again in this place; I again made a seizure there and carried off a hand. Then I was given the gold of valour once again."

"Then there was fighting in Egypt to the south of this town. and I carried off a man as a living captive. I went down into the water - for he was captured on the city side - and crossed the water carrying him. When it was reported to the royal herald I was rewarded with gold once more."

"Then Avaris was despoiled, and I brought spoil from there: one man, three women; total, four persons. His majesty gave them to me as slaves. Then Sharuhen was besieged for three years. His majesty despoiled it and I brought spoil from it: two women and a hand. Then the gold of valour was given me, and my captives were given to me as slaves." see Ahmose

Sharuhen was an important fortress of the Hyksos during the Second Intermediate period. After the Hyksos were driven out of Egypt by Ahmose I, their leaders retreated to Sharuhen and withstood a 3-year-long seige, according to the Egyptian account. If the modern site of Tell el-Farah is to be identified with Sharuhen, the city and tombs were in use between 1900 and 1200 BCE (from the Twelfth Dynasty to late in the Nineteenth).

Tell Ajjul was originally explored by Flinders Petrie from 1930 to 1934. Only a minor part of the tell has been excavated. Petrie claimed that Tell Ajjul is ancient Gaza - a view which was contradicted by Kempinski in 1974 who suggested that ancient Gaza lies within the boundaries of modern Gaza and that Tell Ajjul is Sharuhen - a site mentioned in Egyptian and biblical texts. The identity of the site is still under discussion but it is indisputable that Tell Ajjul is a good candidate for the Hyksos city of Sharuhen.

Tell Ajjul lies approximately 10 kilometres southwest of the centre of modern Gaza in the Gaza Strip of Palestine and 1.8 kilometres from the Mediterranean coast. It lies in a crucial position between Egypt and Lebanon/Syria with a convenient ancient harbour which permitted small vessels to reach the city. To the west is the Wadi Ghazzeh and to the south the main road which has connected through the millennia Egypt with the Levant. see Sharuhen

The 1st Dynasty necropolis at Saqqara, was located just outside the new capital at Memphis (Thebes).
The 1st Dynasty

“The forces of power in Egypt moved from north to south through its ancient history. Old Kingdom pharaohs (2686-2181 B.C.) were centered below the Delta near the location of contemporary Cairo. The Middle Kingdom (2040-1554 B.C.) established its seat of power 250 miles south. Thebes, located 425 miles below Cairo, gained supremacy in the New Kingdom (1567-1080 B.C.) started by the great pharaoh Amosis I.(Ahmose) Thebes remained the capital through the subsequent periods of decadence and decline ...”

"A blast of God smote us; and unexpectedly from the regions of the East invaders of obscure race marched in confidence of victory against our land. By main force they easily overpowered the rulers of the land; they then burned our cities ruthlessly and razed to the ground the temples of the gods and treated all the natives with a cruel hostility -- massacring some and leading into slavery the wives and children of others ....." (Author and Egyptian Priest )Manetho

The 14th dynasty of Avaris began in 1805 BC which ran along-side the 13th dynasty of the Thebian Kings who didn't necessarily live at Thebes. Their rule is shown on the 12th - 17th cronology page below. Is it possible that Kings of a mixed race (pre Hebrew and Egyptian )formed the Avaris dynasty? This answer is found in researching the sons of Noah which we did on Introduction 1

The next page continues the rest of the historical information about Joseph and the Kings and Queens of the twelveth to seventeenth dynasty of Egypt. Shechem at the time, was a city controlled by the true Egyptians and we found overwhelming proof that Ahmose, son of Seqenenre, takes an army and wipes out Avaris which was the Hyksos capitol of a split nation. This proves the stories are connected.

We continue this story on.. Widow's Son, page 3

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