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THE BIRTH OF CHRISTIANITY
New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology quotes Plutarch as recording “that in the reign of Tiberius a mariner sailing near the Echinades islands heard a mysterious voice call out three times saying „when you reach Palodes proclaim that this great god Pan is dead. This was the exact time that Christianity was born in Judaea.” So the opening move to get to that exact time one has to know when that great god Pan died. No celebrated great god Pan as distinct from lesser trivial Pans died in the reign of Tiberius. Suetonius (THE TWELVE CEASARS 70) specified that Tiberius was deeply devoted to Greek literature and had a particular bent for mythology. Tiberius would have known that it was not in his reign. Plutarch is guilty of reading and writing Greek mythology into Roman times. And according to Nonnus there were twelve Pans! That Sophocles mentions a Pan in his play OEDIPUS THE KING springs to mind at once. Immanuel Velikovsky demonstrated that Pharaoh Akhnaton ++Amenhotep IV and Oedipus were the same king. Akhnaton according to Alan Gardiner (EGYPT OF THE PHARAOHS) died in BC 1350. But as it happens no concurrent events or incidents occur for a memorable Pan in this period, of a kind to be called a twelfth great god coincident with a Christ - after whom Christianity is named - could take place. The last of the mythological Pans died a couple of generations after the siege of Troy usually BC 1183, so say this was about BC 1151. This is the date of the death of Pharaoh Ramesses III and he was the greatest ruler of that
period. The Pan in question was also known as Polypantes or Polyphontes (whose name the revisers compiling the New Testament in Roman times had later changed to Pontius Pilate). So one has Pan ++ Ramesses III ++Polyphontes ++Pontius Pliate. In a variant version (quoting from Gustav Schwab‟s GODS & HEROES) it was whispered „that one of the rightful heirs to the throne was still alive.‟ In a different way of writing this concurs with King James Bible, St. Mark 8.30, „And he charged them that they should tell no man of him.‟ This secretive son of Merope was Aepytus, the successor to Polyphontes ++Ramesses III. So one has Ramesses IV ++Aepytus ++Jesus, and it is easy enough to work out who Merope was and also that Pilate was later a pharaoh in the original. So one has to begin reading the New Testament with fresh eyes. Ramesses IV ++Jesus was born BC1214 and so he was 63 years old when crowned king. The false coronation of Jesus in the New Testament is insufficient as „history‟ since it does not tell when he was actually crowned. One is now indoctrinated into the idea that almost everyone in ancient times is known by different names in respective languages and books. A footnote to King James‟ Genesis 2.23 points out that the woman is Isha and the man is called Ish so I deduced that Isha would be Eus-os ++Iusaas of preDynasty 49.7(5) dated BC 3500, this because it is the only known predynastic name a bit similar to Isha or Ish. Taking Adam ++Ish to have lived circa BC3500 and a generation to be roughly thirty years, and St. Luke has 77 ancestral names in Chapter Three, then 3500 minus 77 multiplied by 30 has St. Luke‟s Jesus alive BC1190 in Egyptian and preGreek times (not Roman since Rome was only founded by King Romulus hundreds of years later). St. Luke has correctly collected the genealogy of Jesus from ancient documents now all lost (or burned by Constantine and in the old library of Alexandria). Whilst kings never recorded their dates of birth, they fastidiously recorded the
dates upon which they were crowned and the begats accordingly are the most reliable parts of all ancient history. The word „born‟ in the Bible and other ancient books means „crowned‟. The birth of Christianity thus corroborated as in BC1151 and 1190 was the historical (as distinct from the religious) date. Every discerning historian has perceived that a considerable number of places mentioned in the ancient histories of Egypt and Greece and the Biblical lands have never been located. This has never stopped them from compiling more and more histories stacked upon nonexistent sites all around the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Richard Buxton was able to write a whole book which he titled IMAGINARY GREECE. Even though what clues there are signal them that most events took place south of the Nile‟s 1st cataract they persist in placing these in the countries to which some of these unknown southerners later migrated either physically or by exporting their literatures northwards probably via Kemet (now called Egypt). This transplantation has emptied northeast Africa from the Equator to that cataract of its indigenous heritage. Since there is the example in detail of an Egyptian ++Kemetian pharaoh being the same as a Greek (preGreek) king, and a pharaoh being the same as both a preGreek and New Testament personage it is possible to make some genealogical observations. The king Agenor (Buxton quoting Nonnus) who was the pharaoh Kemose (where -gen- is transposed as -kem-) Dynasty XVII.21 BC 1577 was the founder of Egyptian Thebes. There are 27 different places translated into English as Thebes. One of them is Luxor in Kemet and the remainder are all way south and southeast of the first five cataracts of the Nile River. They are Abiat (in Sophocles TRACHINIAE), No Thebes ++Bahado (KJ-Ezek.30.14), Debra Zebit (Pritchard, AMENHOTEP II), Dek (in Euripides ANDROMACHE), Tibbe (south of Haratu), Bikori (in Sophocles OEDIPUS REX), Reidaberei (in Aeschylus THE PERSIANS), Thebez ++Altopiano (Judges 9.50); and Thebes or Thebans appear 18
different times in Xenophon: Lototogipi, Kidepo, Obb, Opel, Karpeto, Abu, Gedaf, Tibati, Tibbe, Yamba, Sobat river, Tonga, Tabanya, Wadiga, Bau, Belad, DembiDolo, Bichena and Rifari (these largely in parts of Ethiopia). All these Thebes were within the Ancient Kemetian empire and were duly transplanted as if a single place to Mediterranean Greece. The son of Agenor ++Kemose was Kadmos ++Cadmus therefore was Pharaoh Khethi (where Kad is transcribed as Kheth or vice versa) Dynasty XIII.59 and was also Joseph of St. Luke‟s 3.26, one of Jesus‟ ancestors. Oxford Classical Dictionary has it that Kadmos introduced writing into Greece. C. Kerenyi (THE HEROES OF THE GREEKS) more specifically has „Kadmos had introduced the Greek letters from Phoenicia‟ but does not indicate the whereabouts of the introduction. There are 18 different places translated into English as either Greece, Greeks, Grecia or Grecians: Goroch‟an, a part of Welega province including Cherari and Mt Nasi (Daniel 8.21), Tadjoura (Sept.IS.66.19), Giamane (S-Is 9.12), El Carre (SEzek 27.13), Burgavo (KJ Dan. 10.20), Ganale Dorya & Gurra (Zech. 9.13) Saganeiti (Mk. 7.26), Gelhak (John 19.20), Koro (Sophocles PHILOCTETES „your fashion garb is Greek‟), Gurra (Aeschylus THE PERSIANS), Umm Shogeira (Aeschylus THE SUPPLIANT MAIDENS), Ahum Tigre (Act 11.20), and six places in Xenophon - Okaru, Cherari, Gore, Gaweir, Bikori and Cape Guardafui. There are three places translated into English as Phoenicia; F‟obo (Homer, ODYSSEY), Hassaniya (Euripides HELEN), Hara Fanna (Aeschylus THE PERSIANS). From which Phoenicia to which Greece remains a problem. F‟obo ++Kobbo is northeast of Lalibela so the Greek letters might have from there reached Greece ++Ahum Tigre which is nearby west of Waldia (On Pakenham‟s map). Phoenicia ++Hara Fanna is in Greece ++Gurra in Central Balle, south Ethiopia so the letters would have travelled no distance at all. Hassaniya, a district on the west bank of the White Nile south of Khartoum may have introduced the letters to Gorochan or Gelhak on the White Nile to the south. Kerenyi wrote that „we
now know the Mycenaean script, Plutarch tells us of this script, which the Greeks of historical times thought more like Egyptian hieroglyphics than their own letters. Kemetian influence in the south lands of their vast empire was more pronounced in Hassaniya and F‟obo than their much more occasional occupation of Gurra so a bias to hieroglyphics there may be a more credible choice. The transplant of northeast Africa to the Mediterranean countries had never begun yet as early as BC1577. Jesus went to Ephraim (John 11.54). Isaiah (7.18) has an Ephraim in the uttermost part of the rivers of Egypt (with Assyria nearby). And Gabba (John 19.13) including the Tha located nearby is the border river between Ethiopia‟s Welega and Ilubabor provinces. Writing of Herodotus (c. BC 474) Alan Gardiner disparagingly has him „obsessed by the idea that Hellenes (Greeks) derived from Egypt.‟ The country now called Egypt was then called Kemet and Amenhotep II is on record as having returned from Egypt to Kemet and Luxor. Gardiner then becomes obsessed with tossing Herodotus over the cliff and deletes that the Hellenes came from mountainous Africa and its adjoining dry plains. Gardiner then believes that Egyptian colonies in Babylonia, Colchis and Greece are unEgyptian narrative and hurls that history also over the cliff into oblivion. That these countries were in Somalia, Ethiopia and the Sudan never occurred to him. Babylon (Rev. 14.8) is Ilubabor province and there are twenty cities that have been translated into English as Babylon. Madgoul has been translated as Colchia in Aeschylus‟ play PROMETHEUS BOUND. Gardiner is an example of how many authors have altered early history. It falls to later authors like myself to unravel the alterations so as to determine what history was originally before the alterations took place. Nicholas Papachadzis (HISTORY OF THE HELLENIC WORLD ARCHAIC PERIOD) gives Kadmos‟ children as Semele, Autonoe, Ino, Agave, Pentheus and Kreon ++Creon, king of Thebes. These „children‟ were actually successive descendants as I discovered and so one has to historically re-
read the meaning of the word „children.‟ Here I put them in an abbreviated list alongside their Kemetian dynasties and ancestors of Jesus in St. Luke 3 to demonstrate how Greek, Egyptian and Biblical history often turned out to be identical history: Greek Dynasty Kadmos XIII.59 Semele ? AutonoeXVIII.2 3.26 Ino XVIII.3 Agave XVIII.4 Pentheus XVIII.5 Creon XVIII.6 XVIII.7 c.BC 1577 1575 1528 1510 1490 1468 1436 1413 Kemetian Khethi Re Ahmose Tethmosis Mutnofre Ese Ra-Nofre Misphragmasis St. Luke Joseph 3.26 Semei 3.26 Mattathias Maath 3.26 Nagge 3.25 Esli 3.25 Naum 3.25 Amos 3.25
The reader will notice that T is interchanged with D. Other letters are frequently exchanged in translations, N with M, Kh with G, P with B, etcetera. Also in the list SEM appears reversed as MOS. Reversal in names and parts of names occur frequently. There are frequently no written vowels in ancient languages so those present in English are invented and often appear differently with different authors at work. One has to learn to read consonants only and those in any order. The descent of pharaohs through the long line of parallel dynasties is strictly matriarchal. Of the Kemetian names in the list above Ahmose, Mutnofre, Ese, Ra-nofre were not pharaohs. However, they are all divine heirs or heiresses (by way of St. Luke‟s list) so any of their legitimate descendants are in line to become later pharaohs and so living gods. So not all the names in St. Luke 3 are kings! The exact date BC 1577 for Kadmos‟ Dynasty XIII.59 is uncertain by a few years. Henry Clinton (FASTI HELLENICI) has it that Kadmos “is placed by the Parian marble 268 years before the first Theban war and 310 before the fall of Troy.” BC 1577 would place the Trojan war in BC 1267 during the reign of Ramesses II which is extremely unlikely. However
Clinton goes on to write that Eratosthenes placed the Trojan expedition as BC 1192 and Troy taken in BC 1183. This would agree, more or less, with the death of Pharaoh Setnakhte (whom I suppose to be Achilles) in BC 1182, also the first year of Ramesses III. Clinton also quotes Callin who has Troy taken BC 1127. However this period, of Ramesses IX, is far too late, there being no concurrently identifiable events in that era. So the siege of Troy also comes into the overall picture. Meanwhile, George Grote (A HISTORY OF GREECE) refers to Oedipus as king of the Kadmians. Plutarch said Christianity was born in Judaea. The BC 1151 Judaea was Adwa ++Adua in Ethiopia and Pallodes was Belad D near Shogali on the Blue Nile where it was proclaimed that the great god Pan was dead. All the pharaohs were living gods (how so will be described in later chapters) Ramesses III amongst them. Only a very few of them were Pans. As to the preGreek ++BC 1151 identity of a Tiberius there seems to be no visible clues. It appears to be a Plutarchian transplant to his own age of some unidentified ruler, and at the same time a rather uncomplimentary reference to that age‟s knowledgeable Tiberius. There are five places transplanted into English as Judaea: Adua (Matt.4.25), Edaga Hamus (Matt.19.1), Wadega (Acts 2.9), Jidda (Acts 2.14), and Audeghli (Is.7.6 in the Septuagint Bible) all in Kemet‟s southern empire. Jidda is also called Juda (Re.5.5) and Audeghli is called Judah once (2 Ch.16.1). Further to that there are also another 34 cities translated as Juda or Judah, too many to detail here. All cities (that appear in lists) whereabouts are present in my book THE EGYPTS & THE GREECES from which the above are quoted, as are all quoted in the remainder of this book. It is at once clear that there is a gap between BC 1151 and BC 4 of well over a thousand years. During this period all books were hand-copied or handed down from generation to generation orally. As far as the ancient Greek plays are concerned, playwrights used the same initial „history‟ from Kemet to its Ethiopian neighbourhoods as subject matter, but
had to avoid plagiarism and write original plays. They took wide liberties with history. „Many have taken in hand‟ wrote St. Luke (1.1). Sophocles, Euripides and Aeschylus in their plays rewrite the history of the Amenhotep IV period and that of the first five Ramesside pharaohs with as much enthusiasm and invention as those have done writing of England‟s King Arthur and the Round Table. The eighty odd different gospels burnt by Constantine must have contained many clues and the New Testament‟s Roman-devised historical fiction leave titbits of BC 1151 history that the Christians believed to be of the same age in which they themselves lived. One can hardly begin a book about Jesus with the death of Ramesses III which is near the end of the historical phase so chapters following hereafter must have something to do with the begats of St. Luke 3 and that he was descended from Adam, so not in particular from Yahweh. That history runs in basically two parallel lines of dynasties. One has to become acclimatised to BC 1151 and thereabouts. What of the originals remaining lie buried in fiction and the preGreeks and Kemetians as well mythologised and religionised them. Jesus is an unauthentic person in the Roman period where he has been artificially placed. The Romans got their religion from the Mediterranean Greece and from a much later and earlier Egypt. One is still left wondering who the mariner sailing near the Echinades islands was who heard the three-times voice. The southern bend of the Blue Nile is keeping its secret as to whom he may have been.
ST. LUKE’S GENEALOGY
Because New Jerusalem Bible‟s opening has Yahweh as God I first thought of testing St. Luke‟s Chapter three by beginning to lay his name alongside to be coincident with history‟s names of the pharaohs beginning from Dynasty I.1. In „Yahweh‟ the letters Y and W were supposed originally to have been vowels and as ancient languages do not always have written vowels, only consonants, this leaves one with H or HH if the second H is also sounded. There appear to be only two such pharaoh ++kings, Ohe (ohe-Menes) of Dynasty I.1 that is H, and according to New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology Horus‟ wife Hathor‟s son Ihi (Ahi) this H living supposedly long before dynasty I.1. One also has to take into account a difference between E.A. Wallis Budge‟s translation of THE BOOK OF THE DEAD and recorded dynastic Kemetian history. In THE BOOK OF THE DEAD brothers marry sisters while in later Kemetian history they never do in reality, only do so in the writing fashion of the day. In Kemet and its empire a brother marrying a sister from a different mother was never regarded as incest but was a legitimate marriage. The heir or heiress at almost every stage of history descended from Amon‟s bloodline marries the heir or heiress descended from parallel Aten‟s long line of dynasties. They are distinctly distantly or closely related so by these marriages male or female pharaohs could successively claim to be living gods. Persons outside of the parallel dynasties married were never gods. The parallel line of pharaohs is seldom recorded although it is clear enough by the eighteenth dynasty.
I failed after wasting interminable time trying to begin St. Luke‟s list starting from Dynasty I.1 or from Ihi ++Ahi‟s indeterminate dynasty. So I abandoned that practice. The thought then occurred to me to take a page out of St. Luke‟s Chapter 3. He worked backwards starting from Jesus and ending with an originating God. I found this worked marvellously well and with extraordinarily unexpected results. Here follows the dynasty of St. Luke 3 that I located by this process: St. Luke 3 23 Jesus Joseph XIX.6 Sethos II BC 1214 - 1208 Heli XIX.3 Ramesses II 1290 - 1224 24 Mathat XIX.2 Tuya 1309 - 1391 Levi XIX.1 Ramesses I 1308 Melchi XVIII.11 Semenkhkare 1350 - 1347 Janna XVIII.10 Amenhotep IV 1367 - 1350 Joseph XVIII.9 Tiye 1405 - 1367 25 Mattathias XVIII.8 Tjuia 1413 - 1405 Amos XVIII.7 Misphragmasis 1436 - 1413 Naum XVIII.6 Meryetre 1490 - 1436 Esli XVIII.5 Ra-Nofre 1490 - 1468 Nagge XVIII.4 Ese 1510 - 1490 26 Maath XVIII.3 Mutnofre 1528 - 1510 Mattathias XVIII.2 Tethmosis 1550 - 1528 Semei Opp. XVIII.1 Ahmose (warrior) 1575 - 1550 Joseph XIII.59 Khethi Re Juda XIII.56 Menkheu Re 27 Joanna XVI.10 Oeqenen Re 1596 - 1577 Rhesa XVII.17 Seneferen Re 1617 - 1615 Zorobabel XVI.9 Oeseh Re Salathiel XIII.55 Khenther Neri XVII.15 Mosekheperen 1626 - 1622 28 Melchi XVII.14 Smake Re 1630 - 1626 Addi XVI.4 Sheftoui Nubre 1636 - 1631 Cosam XVII.13 Apethi 1640 - 1631
Elmodam Er Jose Eliezer Jorim Matthat Levi Simeon Juda Joseph Jonan Eliakim Melea Menan Mattatha Nathan David Jesse Obed Booz Salmon Naasson Aminadab Aram Esrom Phares Juda Jacob Isaac Abraham Thara Nachor Saruch Bagau Phalec Heber Sala Cainan
XIII.50 XIII.49 XVII.12 XVII.11 XIII.48 XIII.46 XVII.8 XVII.7 XVII.6 XIII.43 XVII.5 XIII.40 XVII.3 XIII.39 XIII.38 XIV.26 XIV.25 XV.5 XIII.35 XIV.22 XIII.33 XIV.21 XIV.20 XV.4 XIV.17 XV.3 XV.2 XIII.25 XIII.22 XIII.21 XIV.2 XIV.1. XIII.11 XIII.10 XIII.9 XIII.7 XIII.6 XIII.5
Nebmaetre SebeQike Nubkheperure Intefoe Seuthen Re Merka Re Kheure Sekhemseshed Sekhen Sewahen Re Sobkemsuf Menhotpe Re Dedenkh Re Wahenkh Amenemhet Semen....Re Aakare Hian KHyan Seuthkere Neferibre Senkhen Re Kakemu Re Sekhem Re Apophi Djedkherure Merus Re Bnon Sobkhotpe Sekhem Kesetre Kha-tyre Nehasy Amenemhet Sekhemsmen Nothemibre Smenkere Senkhibre Tufni
1650 - 1641 1660 - 1651
1682 - 1681 1687 - 1683 1707 - 1688 1707 - 1688 1707 - 1688
1777 - 1728
1795 - 1793
1813 - 1778 1827 - 1814 1838 - 1828 1849 - 1841 1863 - 1861 1804 1879 1889 - 1878 1889 - 1878 1889 - 1878 1889 - 1878
Arphaxad Sem Noe Lamech Mathusala Enoch Jared Malaleel Cainan Enos Seth Adam God
XIII.4 XIII.2 XII.7 XII.6 XII.4 XII.3 XII.1 XI.7 XI.6 XI.4 XI.3 XI.2 IX.3
...re..emhet Sekhem Kere Maekherure Lamare Neteruhotpe Nubkeure Sehotpeibre Nentouire Mentuhotpe Nebheptre Senkhibtoui Nakht Akhtoi III
1895 - 1894 1910 - 1902 1959 - 1911 2011 - 1999 2446 - 2012 2111 - 2082 2114 - 2115 2124 - 2115 2200 2211 - 2197 2221 - 2212 c.2238
Reading this list to its end is a surprise the first time one reads it since one is no longer tied down to the fable that a skyGod magically created an Adam on earth. Akhtoi (where KH is transcribed as G and T as D) was God and Adam (with letters reversed - KHT is D and N is M) his creation. Pharaoh Akhtoi III, the living god, begins a new dynasty that is to last for seventy seven generations to come, and how different it is from a dynasty as depicted in the 20th century AD by Egyptologists like Alan Gardiner and Arthur Weigall: they have their Dynasty IX.1 begun by Pharaoh Wahenkh Intefoe in BC 2271 and ending with IX.4 by Merykere Akhtoi the daughter of Akhtoi III circa BC 2244. Akhtoi III ++God must have died without sons so his daughter Merykere became pharaoh. Since she was also the divine heiress by way of being descended from „Amon‟ she was in line to get married to someone a descendant of Aten in the parallel dynasty to retain divinity. Wahenkh Intef++Intefoe deducedly from the dynastic line descended from Aten then married her and was crowned as pharaoh in BC 2271 thus creating the new dynasty XI.1. With the coronation taking place Merykere ceased being pharaoh and her husband took over the role of pharaoh and living God, this being the customary procedure. Wahenkh and Merykere then produced a son Nakht
++Adam who was then heir to the long line of dynasties from Amon by way of his mother Merykere being the heiress. After the death of his father he has crowned pharaoh in BC2221 with the names Nakht-Nebtepnefer Intef Thethi Dynasty XI.2. In the long list the reader has just read only one of each of the pharaoh names has been given for brevity. They always had more than one. As their royal wives, names are unknown usually it is impossible to state whether it was or was not the husband or wife who was the heir or heiress. That, because of the paucity of information, will remain unknown. One has had to learn how to re-read certain words like „children‟ (which means successive descendants) and „born‟ which really means crowned (born into the crown as succeeding pharaoh). Now one has to add to this re-education phrases like „in our image, after our likeness‟ (Genesis 1.26). The half-sentence, of course, together with the word „created‟ means founded or maintained a dynasty‟. As Akhtoi III was the first of that name he belonged to an earlier dynasty of which he was just the latest central divine entity. Is now becomes necessary for myself to alter my original contention that Adam lived circa BC 3500 and that a generation was roughly thirty years. From Pharaoh Sethos II++Josepth BC 1208 to Akhtoi III circa BC 2238 is 1030 years and that divided by 77 generations as per Luke 3 makes a generation average out by 13.37 years. I found no trace of Adam ++Nakht being called Ish. I also found no trace of Akhtoi ++God being called Yahweh as the New Jerusalem Bible has God being called. Having to forgo my earlier average of thirty years for a generation (which I got from Greek professors) however does not alter the factor that I was unable to find any „great god‟ Pan later than Ramesses III. Ramesses IV, also a Pan, was not called great. So the Ramesside period remains the applicable period, and as St. Luke‟s dynasty list worked perfectly from there backwards there is not a recognisable mistake if any at all! As has been demonstrated David on St Luke‟s list (3.31)
was Pharaoh Aakare Dynasty XIV.25 standard history‟s uncertain circa BC 1707-1688. (1 Chronicles 29.27 gives him a reign of forty years - re-reading dynasties follows in the next chapter!) King James bible‟s footnote has David circa BC 1079 1015 (1 Samuel 16 - 2 Samuel 24) and BC 1056 - 1015 (1 Chron.11-29). The difference in dates between this placing of St Luke‟s list and the Old Testament version is over 600 years. The dates of Moses ++Naum appear to have been fixed correctly at BC 1490 - 1436. After Moses, Joshua ++Amos (Luke 3.25) reigned to BC1413 followed by Mattathias to circa BC 1405. BC 1406 lines up with Judges Chapter 3 and reaches BC1120 by Chapter 18. So between Amos and Jesus the book of Judges should have mentioned seven names (from Joseph Luke 3.24 BC 1405 - 1367 to Joseph 3.23 BC 1214 - 1208). However, none of these seven names are mentioned in Judges. St Luke‟s list ties up with all the successive pharaohs or others in the dynasties, while Judges does not. Placing David circa BC 1015 has the problem of David living after Jesus when Jesus is supposed to be descended from David (Rev.22.16) and just before the original version of the Revelations was composed in the reign of Amenophthis BC 983 - 974 (as will be seen later). Considering the alternative placing of St Luke‟s list King James Bible has the end of St Luke‟s gospel as AD 33. Seventy-seven generations at 13.37 years in 1030 years. Were AD 33 to be acceptable then God created Adam in BC 997, thus 18 years after the death of David. This rather ludicrous scenario has to be abandoned. With that the placing of Jesus in Roman times also has to be forfeited.
There are a great many other pharaohs than those in St. Luke‟s dynasty of Jesus. But most details of their existence does not come into this book. Without doubt all the history is about dynasties, and in particular parallel dynasties. Before going on to look at other matters one still has to go over ground already covered because Genesis Chapter 5 relates some of the same single dynasty of St Luke by creating a separate dynasty for each of the separate kings it mentions. One has already had to re-read some antique words and phrases with more modern meanings to be able to follow the script. One‟s re-education seems to never cease! Scanning Chapter 5 at first one is immensely tickled pink at observing what long lives everybody lived. On re-reading one becomes aware of what one was aware of all along. It is all about dynasties. One does not have to work backwards this time and it is a relief that one may have the opportunity to begin at the beginning. The beginning, by this time, is naturally very late in history, BC 2342. Why the ancient composers of the Holy Bible started their history so late remains a mystery and unfortunately gives little Biblical clue as to why the two parallel lines of dynasties (dynasties as understood by Weigall, Gardiner and others) never expose an origin for either Amon or Aten. Once again the two parallel lines are matriarchal and now a very few wives‟ names show up in my reductions: GENESIS CHAPTER 5 V.3 - Adam ++Nakht (where kht is D and N is M) Dyn.XI.2 died in BC 2212. The dynasty began 130 years
before he died so BC 2342 Dyn. VIII.2 Pharaoh Khui or his wife. After BC 2212 the dynasty lasted 800 years so ended BC 1412 Dyn XVIII.8 with Thutmose LV‟s wife Mutemua. V.6 - Seth ++Senkhibtoui Dyn XI.3 died in BC 2197 before he handed the crown to Enos. The dynasty began 105 years before he died so BC 2302 Dyn. VIII.8. After BC 2197 the dynasty lasted 807 years so ended BC 1390 DynXVIII.9 with Amenhotep III‟s wife Gilukhipa or Tiye. V.9 - Enos ++ Nebheptre Dyn.XI.4 died BC 2200. The dynasty began 90 years before he died so BC 2290 Dyn.VIII.8 Sethnilos. After BC2200 the dynasty lasted 815 years so ended BC 1385 either Tiye or Gilukhipa. V.12 - Cainan ++ Kenan ++Senkhkere died in BC 2115. The dynasty began 70 years before he died so BC 2185 Dyn. XI.4 Nebheptre. After BC 2115 the dynasty lasted 840 years so ended BC 1275 Dyn XIX.3 the first wife Naptera, the second wife Isinofre or the third wife Manafrure of Ramesses II. V.15 - Mahalaleel ++Nebtouire Dyn. XI.7 died BC 2112. The dynasty began 65 years before he died so BC 2177 Dyn. XI.5 Nebhaoetre. After 2112 the dynasty lasted 830 years so ended BC 1282 Dyn. XIX.3 a wife of Ramesses II. V.18 - Jared ++Amenemhet I Dyn. XII.1 died BC 2082. The dynasty began 162 years before he died so BC 2244 Dyn. VIII.13 ..Keure (the full name is historically incomplete). After BC 2082 the dynasty lasted 800 years so ended BC 1282 Dyn. XIX.3 a wife of Ramesses II. V.21 - Enoch ++Amenemhet II ++Maekheru (where M is N and KH is Ch) Dyn. XII.3 died BC 2012. The dynasty began 65 years before he died so BC 2077 Dyn. XII.1 Amenemhet I ++Jared. After BC 2012 the dynasty lasted 300 years so ended BC 1712 Dyn XIII.40 Menhotpe ++Eliakim (Luke 3.30). V.25 - Methuselah ++Neteruhotpe Dyn XII.4 died BC 1999. The dynasty began 187 years before he died so BC 2186 Dyn XI.4 Nebheptre ++Enos (Luke 3.38). After BC 1999 the dynasty lasted 782 years so ended BC 1217 Dyn. XIX.4 Merenptah‟s wife Bint‟anat. V.28 - Lamech ++Lamare-Ameneme Dyn XII.6 died BC1911. The dynasty began 182 years before he died so BC
2093 Dyn. XII.1 Amenemhet I ++Jared. After BC 1911 the dynasty lasted 595 years so ended BC 1316 Dyn. XVIII.14 with Horemheb‟s wife Mutnodjme, they had no children history records. V.32 - Noah ++Noe ++Maekherure Dyn. XII.7 died BC 1902. The dynasty began 500 years before he died so BC 2402 Dyn. VII.4 Neferkere? Chapter 5 of Genesis does not give how many years after he died. Genesis 11.10 onwards. 10 - Shem ++Sem ++Sekhemkere Dyn. XIII.2 died BC 1890. The dynasty began 100 years before he died so BC 1990 Dyn. XII.5 Netermos (where Mos reversed is Sem) ++Nahor (Luke 3.34). After BC 1890 the dynasty lasted 500 years so ended BC 1390 Dyn. XVIII.9 Tiye the wife of Amenhotep III Gilukhipa or Tadukhipa. V.12 - Arphaxad ++ ....re...emhet (name historically partly obliterated) Dyn. XIII.3 died BC 1878. The dynasty began 35 years before he died so BC 1913 Dyn. XII.6 Lamare Ameneme ++Lamech. After BC 1878 the dynasty lasted 403 years so ended BC 1475 Meryetre wife of Thutmose III. Cainan (Luke 3.36) Is left out. v.14 - Salah ++Senkhibre Dyn. XIII.6 died BC 1878. The dynasty began 30 years before he died so BC 1908 Dyn. XII.7 Maekheprure ++Noah. After BC 1878 the dynasty lasted 403 years so ended BC 1475 Dyn. XVIII.6 Meryetre. V.16 - Eber ++Heber ++Semnkere Dyn. XIII.7 died BC 1878 (NB it is not known why several pharaohs are all of the same date of reign 1889 - 1878!). The dynasty began 34 years before he died so BC 1912 Dyn. XII.6 Lamare ++Lamech. After BC 1878 the dynasty lasted 430 years so ended BC 1448 Dyn. XVIII.6 Thutmose III‟s Meryetre again. V.18 - Peleg ++Phalec ++Maekhepure Dyn. XIII.9 died Bc 1878. The dynasty began 30 years before he died so BC 1908 Dyn. XII.7 Maekheperure. After 1878 the dynasty lasted 209 years so ended BC 1669 Dyn. XVII.10 Intefoe. V.20 - Reu ++Ragau ++Sekhemsmen Touire Dyn. XIII.10 died BC 1878. The dynasty began 32 years before he died so BC 1910 Dyn. XII.7 Maekhepure ++Noah. After 1878 the
dynasty lasted 207 years so ended BC 1671 Dyn. XIII.46 Merkare ++Matthat (Luke 3.29). V.21 - Serug ++ Saruch ++Amenemhet Dyn. XIII.11 died BC 1878. The dynasty began 30 years before he died so BC 1908 Dyn. XIII.11 Amenemhet. After BC 1878 the dynasty lasted 200 years so ended BC 1678 Dyn. XVII.9 Intefoe. V.24 - Nahor ++ Nehesy Dyn. XIV.1 died BC 1879. The dynasty began 29 years before he died so BC 1908 Dyn. XII.7 Maekheperure ++Noah. After BC 1879 the dynasty lasted 119 years so BC 1760 Dyn. XV.5 Seusrenre ++Jesse (Luke 3.32). V.26 - Terah ++Thara ++Kha-yre Dyn. XIV.2 died circa 1874. The dynasty began 70 years before he died so BC 1944 Dyn. XII.6 Lamare ++Lamech. After BC 1874 the dynasty lasted 135 years so BC 1739 Dyn. XV.5 Iseusrenre ++Jesse ++Hian Khyan. V.26 - Abram ++Abraham ++Ren....seusr (some letters missing on the historical record) Dyn. XIII.21 died BC 1864. As the style of writing then changed Abraham‟s dynasty of 175 years (Gen. 25.7) and Isaac‟s 104 years (35.28) are not divided into a before and after one has to abandon further beginnings and ends of the individual dynastic counts. Some of these individual dynasties end in the XVIIIth and XIXth dynasties (Weigall and Gardiner dynasties) so one is just a bit, although not much, closer to the parallel row of dynasties attributed to Amon and Aten. These dynasties each lasted sometimes a long time but the individual kings lived lives of ordinary normal length. As later Holy Bible kings do not give the length of their individual dynasties one is stumped as to whether or not any of them leaked into a later part of the XIXth dynasty than that of Ramesses II, or later than that.
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