Red Haired Mummies of Egypt
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A well preserved body from
the pre-dynastic period in
Egypt, circa 3,300 BC.
Buried in a sand grave, the
natural dryness of the
surroundings kept the body
preserved. His red hair  
have been so well
preserved that he has been
given the nickname
"Ginger" at the British
Museum where he is kept
on public display.
Right: "Ginger's" head.
Queen Hetop-Heres II, of the
Fourth Dynasty, the daughter of
Cheops, the builder of the great
pyramid, is shown in the colored
bas reliefs of her tomb to have
been a distinct blonde. Her hair
is painted a bright yellow
stippled with little red horizontal
lines, and her skin is white. T
Races of Europe
, Carleton
Stevens Coon, New York City,
Macmillan. 1939, p.98)
The Law Code of Hammurabi, 1750 BC. The code has been preserved intact on this stela, now in the Louvre Museum in Paris. At the top of the stela is picture of the king before
Shamash, the (typically Indo-European) sun-god, who was also the god of justice. The introduction to the code is directly below the pictures, in which Hammurabi asserts that he has
come to rule over the "dark haired people". The 282 laws cover such things as offenses against other people and property; disputes concerning land, trade, fees, professional services
and family. Some of the punishments would be considered harsh by modern standards, but on the whole the laws present a picture of a well ordered society which lived by recognized
standards and offered protection to all its citizens. Alongside is a detail from the stela showing the great Nordic King Hammurabi in profile. His racial features are clear in this depiction
made during his lifetime.
King Hammurabi has become most famous for his Code of Laws, dating from 1750 BC, which is widely but incorrectly held to be the first written legal code in the world (it was the
second, the first being the code drawn up by the earlier White Sumerians). Hammurabi's Code of Law was engraved in stone and set up in the great cities of the region - to this day the
Code is regarded as the father of the all legal codes of the world.
While some of the laws themselves seem harsh to the modern mind (death for being unable to repay debt, for example) nonetheless the wording of the prologue to Hammurabi's Law
Code provides a fascinating glimpse into the conflict between the Semitic and Indo-European populations in the region.
In the prologue, Hammurabi announces that he has come to "rule the black haired people"; he is also referred to as "the White King" and the "White Potent", obviously in reference to
his coloring.
The original introduction on the Hammurabi Code, which was engraved in stone and is still existent, reads as follows :
"Hammurabi, the exalted prince, who feared God, to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land, to destroy the wicked and the evil-doers; so that the strong should not harm the
weak; so that I should rule over the black-headed people like Shamash, and enlighten the land, to further the well-being of mankind..."
"Hammurabi, the prince, called of Bel am I, making riches and increase,...who enriched Ur;...the white king,...the mighty, who again laid the foundations of Sippara...the lord who
granted new life to Uruk, who brought plenteous water to its inhabitants...the White, Potent, who penetrated the secret cave of the bandits ..."

Racially speaking, the inhabitants of Egypt at this period in time were divided into three groups. Skeletal evidence from grave sites show that the original White Mediterraneans and
Proto-Nordics were in a majority in the area - a well preserved body found in a sand grave in Egypt dating from approximately 3000 BC, on display in the British Museum in London,
has even been nicknamed "Ginger" because of his red hair - (See Above Photo)
Syrian and Hittite Prisoners in the tomb, south wall of the second
court, circa 1325 BC. The Egyptians took care to portray their
enemies as accurately as they could: On the left, a pair of
Indo-European Hittites, and on the right, Semitics from Syria.
The mummy  of Ramses III was so
unattractive that he became the model
for Boris Karloff's characterisation in
the film 'The Mummy'
The mummy of the red
haired Egyptian King,
Ramses II, is on public
display at the Egyptian
Museum, Cairo
Forensics tests were done
on Ramses, proving that
his red hair was 'natural'.
Ref: Ramses the Great by
National Geographics.

Egypt's last display of national vigor came with the red haired Pharaoh Ramses II
(1292 - 1225 BC). Ramses II managed to re-establish the already decaying
Egyptian Empire by recapturing much land in Nubia.

He also fought a series of battles against invading Indo-Europeans, the Hittites.
This was culminated with the battle of Kadesh in northern Syria. Ramses signed a
treaty with the Hittites in 1258 BC, which ended the war. In terms of the treaty,
Ramses took as his wife an Indo-European Hittite princess. His other
achievements included the building of the rock-hewn temple of Abu Simbel, the
great hall in the Temple of Amon at Karnak, and the mortuary temple at Thebes.

After this king, Egypt entered into a steady period of decay, caused directly by
the elimination of the original Egyptians, and their replacement with a mixed
population made up of Black, Semitic and the remnant White population. This
racially divergent nation was never again to reach the heights achieved by the First,
Second or the first part of the Third Kingdoms. In these later years there were
competing claimants to the pharaohs throne, many of whom, racially speaking,
bore no resemblance to the original pharaohs at all.
The mummy of Pharaoh Seti I is the most lifelike of the great pharaohs of Egypt, and a tribute to the embalmer's art. His
caucasian features remain crystal clear and because of the excellent preservation process, Seti's mummy can easily be
compared with a relief of his face made in his lifetime at the Temple at Abydos. Seti was the son of the great Ramses I,
and became pharaoh in 1320 BC. He reoccupied lands in Syria lost to earlier Syrian invasions, conquered Palestine and
conducted campaigns against the Semitic Libyans and the Indo-European Hittites
This is one of the finest statues of Thutmosis III,
on the picture. This statue of basalt is kept in the
Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Perhaps it has the
actual size, it is about five feet tall - corresponding
the ancient Egyptian average. It has nicely formed
muscular structure, counterpointed by a face
which has a hint of discord. It is not disturbing,
but proves that the statue is strongly idealized.
His benevolent look and nice smile are overruled
by his strong nose, but his chin is definitely small.
Since the statue had to resemble, these characters
could not be changed.
After the death of Solomon, Sheba was
assassinated and evidence of her existence
deliberated destroyed by Thutmossis III. We are
lucky to have any thing left of this time in history.
Portrait of
Tuthmosis I from
his daughter's
temple at Deir
(Tuthmosis II)   
The mummy of
Tuthmosis II was found
at Deir el-Bahri in a
replacement coffin (the
original owner is
unknown) covered in
the remains of his
original wrappings.
Tuthmosis II was a frail,
rather weak-looking
individual,.X-rays have tended
confirm that Tuthmosis II died
when he was around 30.
(Tuthmosis IV)
Tuthmosis IV was
x-rayed again in the
1970s, it was possible
to more accurately
evaluate his age at
around 35 years old,
which accords well
with the historical
record, which
indicates that
Tuthmosis IV must
have been around
40-46 when he died.
Were the patriarchs and the Egyptian Pharaohs the Same?
History describes them as a darker race, but in truth they were Caucasian .

In the study of Egyptian Kingdoms things can get quite confusing. For example the reigns of the
early New Kingdom pharaohs  Tao II, Kamose, Ahmose, Amenhotep I, Thutmose I and
Thutmose II were not sequential, but overlapped substantially. many names were given to one
individual and several nations could claim the pharaoh as their own under another title, ie. King,
Emperor, etc.

Thutmose is a compound name  made from Thoth, (the Egyptian God of Wisdom) and Mose
(an Egyptian title or suffix indicating son of  or rightful heir) .

Egyptian Female Pharaoh: Queen Hatshepsut, wife of Pharaoh Thutmosis II. She ruled Egypt
after Thutmosis' death in 1520 BC. Her long blonde hair and  facial structure has been well
preserved by the embalming process of the time

The myths and legends of Greece, India and South America describe the rule of Osiris and Isis.
" The Mighty Osiris and Isis walked into the Egyptian Valley out of nowhere and assumed
command.' They were taller and more imposing than the men of the time, with long blond hair,
marblelike white skin and remarkable powers that enabled them to perform miracles"

Abraham - In Genesis 14, Abraham is given the pseudonym of Shem-eber king of Zeboiim
(Memphis). Shemeber is translated as "Illustrious." However, it is also a compound name
comprised of Shem (Sabium) and Eber (Hammurabi). These two ancestors were not only
kings, but also masters of the sciences, law and philosophy . Abraham was placed in their
company, not only with respect to wisdom, but also in kingship. Zeboiim, that is Memphis, was
the ancient seat of kingship and wisdom in Egypt. (Ref: Living in Truth: Archaeology and the
Patriarchs by Charles N. Pope)

ThutmoseIV According to legend, nearly three and a half thousand years ago, one of the sons of
the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenophis II was out hunting near a plateau some ten miles from Cairo.
Tired from his endeavours, the Prince Thutmose rested in the shadow of a mysterious head
protruding from the desert sands.  Thutmose duly fell asleep and, in a dream, heard the carved
stone head whispering to him that one day he would become ruler of all Egypt ahead of his
older brothers. The prince was also told that he would then free the body of the forgotten god
from the desert sands where it had lain buried for centuries. Thutmose awoke refreshed, and,
recalling the dream silently committed himself to clearing away the sands, intrigued that as a
younger son, he could possibly become Pharaoh. He then left to continue his hunting. On the
death of his father the prophecy become true, with the former hunter ascending the throne as
Pharaoh Tuthmosis IV. Shortly afterwards the Pharaoh, who was only to reign for eight years
(1413-1405BCE), honoured the pledge made as a younger man and cleared the area around
the Sphinx revealing the God in its true magnificence

Thutmose IV and Joseph (YUYA)
Biblical Joseph was  Prime Minister Yuya.    Working backwards from the time of Yuya in the
Egyptian 18th Dynasty, the identity of the first Joseph can be found among the great princes of
the 12th Dynasty. Revealing his  identity to his kinsmen who had sold him into slavery, Joseph
claimed that "God had made him 'A father to Pharaoh'. Throughout the long history of ancient
Egypt, only one man is known to have been given the title 'A father to Pharoah' - Yuya, a vizier of
the eighteenth dynasty King Tuthmosis IV.
Yuya has long intrigued Egyptologists because he was buried in the Valley of Kings even
though he was not a member of the Royal House.

Pharaoh Akhenaten was able to abolish the complex pantheon of the ancient Egyptian religion
and replace it with a single god, the Aten, who had no image or form.
Pharaoh Akhenaten's Hymn to Aten is  the same as Psalm 104 of the Bible.

The time of departure of the Hebrews from Egypt would have been during the  reign of Ramses
I, the first king of the nineteenth dynasty.

Pharoah THUTMOSE III.. Egyptian ancient writings show: "One winter morning
around the year 1,482 B.C. Thutmose III first saw a 'UFO'.... Described as; " a
CIRCLE of FIRE", emitted no sound, it had no voice', according to inscriptions. After
some days had passed, these things became more numerous in the skies than
ever. "Were extremely bright or more...than the brightness of the sun, and were
relatively small about 16' in diamater. Thutmose III was taken aboard and flew up to
the sky and learned the secrets of Heaven

".....among the papers of the late Professor Alberto Tulli, former Director of the
Egyptian section of the Vatican Museum. It is a fragment from the Royal Annals of
Thuthmosis III (circa 1504-1450 B.C.) and when translated reads as follows:

" 'In the year 22 third month of winter, sixth hour of the day...the scribes of the House
of Life found it was a circle of fire that was coming in the sky (Though) it had no
head, the breadth of its mouth (had) a foul odour. It's body one rod long (about 150
feet) and one rod large, It had no voice...Now, after some days had passed over
these things, Lo! they were more numerous than anything. They were shining in the
sky more than the sun to the limits of...heaven...Powerful was the position of the fire
circles. The army of the king looked on and His Majesty was in the midst of it. It was
after supper. Thereupon, they (the fire circles) went up higher directed towards the
Egyptian Moses=Son of
Professor P. F. Ceccaldi, with a research team, studied some hairs from the
mummy's scalp. Ramesses II was thought to be 87 years-old when he died, and his
hair had turned white. Ceccaldi determined that the reddish-yellow color of the hair
was due to a dye with a dilute henna solution. Many Egyptians dyed their hair,
and this personal habit was preserved by the embalmers. However, traces of the
hair's original color remained in the roots. Microscopic examinations showed that
the hair roots contained natural red pigments, and that therefore, during his younger
days, Ramesses II had been a red head. Analysis concluded that these red pigments
did not result from the hair somehow fading, or otherwise being altered after death,
but did represent Ramesses' natural hair color. Ceccaldi also studied the
cross-section of the hairs, and determined from their oval shape, that Ramesses had
been "cymotrich" (wavy-haired). Finally, he stated that such a combination of
features showed that Ramesses had been a "leucoderm" (white-skinned person).

From the Royal Tombs of UR. Giant
gold headress of Queen Puabi. This
Gold headress is three times the size
of a 'normal' human head.
Queen Tiy (Taia,Tyre)
Father was Yuya
Mother Thuya
Mother and wife of
Akhenaten (Pharaoh
Priestess of the God
Amun AmenhotepIII
who was the father of
Aye whom replaced
Tutankhamun after his
The most brilliant and
famous of Egypt's
queens in 18th Dynasty
This statue was found in
the Temple of Hathor
near the turquoise mines.
Yuya-(Joseph II)
Biblical Joseph  Egyptian
Prime Minister during
1400 BC.
Father of Tiy. Yuya's
blonde hair and Caucasian
facial struture have been
well preserved by the
embalming process.
Thuya, Wife of Yuya.
Equally blonde and caucasian. She was the great
grandmother of Tutankhamen.
Mother of Tiy
Egyptian Female Pharaoh:
Queen Hatshepsut, wife
of Pharaoh Thutmosis II.
She ruled Egypt after
Thutmosis' death in 1520
BC. Her long blonde hair
and  facial structure has
been well preserved by
the embalming process of
the time
Sculpture found in tomb of King Tutankhamun
A version of the Hermopolitan cosmogony involves a celestial goose.
This goose, commonly known as the Great Cackler because it was the
first creature to break the silence, laid an egg on the primordial hill. The
sun god Ra, who thereafter continued the creation process, broke free
from this egg. In another slightly different (and later) version, it is an ibis
that lays the egg on the island. This later version was adapted to the
story of the Ogdoad because the priests of Hermopolis wanted to
promote their local god Thoth (whom the Greeks knew as Hermes,
hence the name Hermopolis). An association with the Ogdoad would
have given Thoth more power and seniority over other popular gods.

The most poetic version of the Hermopolitan myth reverts to creation
coming out of the chaotic primeval ocean. Indeed, in this rendition of the
story, it is a lotus flower that is said to emerge from the waters. The
petals of the lotus flower unfolded and sitting on the calix (the centre /
heart of the flower) was a divine child, the god Ra. A remarkable
sculpture found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun shows the head of the
young king emerging from a lotus flower, the petals fanning out around
his neck -- an image that depicts the young king with the powers of the
creator god Ra (see image left).

In a variation of the lotus flower theme, it is a scarab beetle that emerges
from the petals of the flower and who then turns himself into a little boy
who weeps. The scarab beetle is an important symbol of the sun god Ra
and this will be explored in later lessons.
4000 BC   The Sumerians from today’s Iraq had contact with extraterrestrial
civilizations according to their text. The extraterrestrials also interbred with humans
and traveled with them to the stars. The kings were taken to the stars by the
extraterrestrials. Sumerian text coincides with "the book of genesis". Their
astronomy was highly developed. They had numbers with 15 digits! The
Sumerians say extraterrestrials are from Mars, the star system Pleiades, and the
star Sirius. Sumerian text shows drawings of solar system
1500 BC   Egypt, The Palace of Pharaoh Thutmosis III.  Circles of fire are said to
have hovered over the palace while fishes, winged creatures, and other objects
rained down from the sky.

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Moses and Akhenaten The secret history
of Egypt at the Time of the Exodus

During his reign, the Pharaoh Akhenaten
was able to abolish the complex pantheon
of the ancient Egyptian religion and replace
it with a single god, Aten, who had no
image or form. Seizing on the striking
similarities between the religious vision of
this "heretic" pharaoh and the teachings of
Moses, Sigmund Freud was the first to
argue that Moses was in fact an Egyptian.

In a re-interpreation of the Exodus story,
Osman details the events of Moses life..
how he was brought up by Israelite
relatives, ruled Egypt for seventeen years,
angered many of his subjects by replacing
the traditional Egyptian pantheon with
monotheism, and was forced to abdicate
the throne. Retreating to the Sinai with his
Egyptian and Israelite supporters, he died
out of the sight of his followers, presumably
at the hands of Seti I, after an unsuccessful
attempt to regain his throne.
Egyptian papyrus -- part of the
annals of Thutmose III

"In the year 22 of the 3rd month of
winter, sixth hour of the day... the
scribes of the House of Life
found it was a circle of fire that
was coming in the sky... It had no
head, the breath of its mouth had
a foul odor. Its body one rod long
and one rod wide. It had no voice.
Their hearts became confused
through it; then they laid
themselves on their bellies... they
went to the Pharaoh... to report it.
His Majesty ordered...
[an examination of] all which is
written in the papyrus rolls of the
House of life. His majesty was
meditating upon what happened.
Now after some days had
passed, these things became
more numerous in the skies than
ever. They shone more in the sky
than the brightness of the sun,
and extended to the limits of four
supports of the heavens...
Powerful was the position of the
fire circles. The army of the
Pharaoh looked on with him in
their midst. It was after supper.
Thereupon, these fire circles
ascended higher in the sky
towards the south... The Pharaoh
caused incense to be brought to
make peace on the hearth... and
what happened was ordered by
the Pharaoh to be written in the
annals of the House of life... so
that it be remembered for ever."
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