(Tuthmosis IV)
Tuthmosis IV and His Mother, Tiaa

Fought against David.
"Soon Thutmose IV sent out a large force to fight against king David in the valley of the Giants. This was made up from the armies of the alliance and troops from
Egypt as well. However, David's army caught them by surprise and defeated Thutmose IV's force and drove them all the way back to Egypt's boundary south of
Queen Hatshepsut - NEFERTITI Queen Sheba
God's Wife of Amun - Egyptian and Ethiopian Female Pharaoh:


Hatshepsut was the daughter of ThutmosesI  I  and  Half Sister/wife of the Pharaoh Thutmosis II . She was the step-mother to Thutmoses II son Thutmoses III who
was born from one of his minor wives.

The Birth of of Son by Hatshepsut and Akhenaten  ( Queen of Sheba and Solomon)

Queen Hatshepsut of Egypt (Land of Punt - S. Egypt -Africa) visited Solomon and  " brought back the seed of Solomon"  

It is recorded that
She gave birth to a child, Menelik.

Solomon Brings Monotheism to Egypt

After the death of  her husband, the Pharaoh Thutmose II , Hatshepsut calls on Solomon for protection.  He joins her and becomes her protector under the names
Amenhotep IV which later becomes Akhenaten .  This information can be  read on one of his statues,
`I was in this land under [her] command since the
occurrence of the death of [her] predecessor.
..'[P. Dorman, `The Monuments of  (Solomon) Senenmut', (Kegan, Paul, London, 1988)]

In the sixth year of his reign Akhenaten rejected   the Gods of Thebes and brought monotheism to the land of Egypt. He rejected Amun-Re and replaced him with
the god 'Aten', declaring that there  was only one God - Aten.  . With this proclamation, he turned the Egyptian religion  upside down and the practice of
monotheism was instituted.  Prior to the God of Akhenaten, (Aten)  was Amun-Re  and  according to official state theology during the New Kingdom, Egypt was
ruled by Amun-Re through the pharaohs, with the god revealing his will through oracles.

Hatshepsut and Akhanaten Rule Egypt - Moses become Chief Priest of the Aten Religion of Akhanaten

As a youth, Thutmose III was given the title of co-regent to Egypt, with his step mother, Hatshepsut,  ruling as  Pharoah.   Moses was given the position of  chief
priest of the Aten religion of Akhanaton.
In 1458 B.C.

Thutmose III Revolts and Becomes Pharoah of Egypt - Akhanaten dies, Hatshepsut disappears and Moses Flees.

Thutmose III led a revolt against Hatshepsut and claimed his right to the throne, becoming Pharoah.   Akhenaten dies, Hatshepsut disappears from history at this
time, Moses flees from Egypt and Thutmose III has Hatshepsut's shrines, statues and reliefs mutilated.
 (Freud places Moses in Egypt, as an initiate of the Aten
religion of Pharaoh Akhnaton)

Horemheb,  the last King of Egypt's 18th Dynasty, branding Akhanaten as a heretic, attempted to destroy all traces of him from the Egyptian records. Workers
chiseled out Akhenaten's  identifying hieroglyph wherever they were found. They demolished his newly built capital city and quarried the stones for new building
projects in other parts of the country. They even omitted his name from the king-lists. He had become a nonperson, the nation doing all it could to forget he ever
lived. All names were converted back from Akhenaten's god Aten  to the god  Amun-Re and the old worship was restored.  It was during  the reign of Horemheb
that the first attempts were made to write the Amarna Period out of Egyptian History.

Upon his death began the 19th Dynasty with Ramesses I ruling. Also known as Paramessu , he was of non-royal birth, but claimed to have been born into a noble
family from the Nile Delta Region. He seems to have come to the throne as an appointment of his predecessor, who seems to have produced no male  heir.

Moses Returns to Egypt

Hearing of Horemheb's death,  Moses  returned to Egypt and attempted a military coup, the purpose of which was to restore the Aten cult to the throne. His allies
included the persecuted remnant of Akhenaten's following, large numbers of badly treated sick and diseased Egyptians, assorted opponents of Ramesses I, and
an army belonging to the Canaanite kingdom of Shechem, whose rulers were openly hostile to Egypt's demands for submission.

Moses' actions brought the nation to the brink of civil war. The confrontation ended with a negotiated truce that guaranteed the insurgent army safe passage out
of the country. This negotiated truce and safe passage out of Egypt was the Exodus.
Moses had two women in his life. One was his wife Zipporah who is the mother of his two sons and the other was Miriam , known as Nefertiti,  sister-wife of  
Akhenaten and daughter of Aye.

Later, Seti , the son of   Ramses I  became Phaoroah reoccuping the lands in  Syria lost to earlier Syrian invasions, conquered Palestine and conducted
campaigns against the Semitic Libyans and the Indo-European Hittites.
Akhen'aten' (Amenophis IV, Amenophis IV  or Solomon)  son of  Amenhotep III  (David),

A monotheist, militantly devotee to the worship of Re-Herakhty, the sun-god whom he believed manifest in the form of Aten, the solar disc, his revolutionary
religious doctrine allowed for no competition. Especially offensive to him was the worship of Amen, chief deity of Thebes and widely celebrated as the king of the
gods. So strong was his animosity that in an act of theological intolerance never before experienced in that nation's millennia-long history, he dispatched agents
throughout the land to shut down the god's temples and excise the offensive name from walls, tombs, statues, and inscriptions.
He then created a temple which came as a great expense for the kingdom. Solomon started selling off cities to pay off his debts . ,The population had to endure
forced labor, with gangs of ten thousand people being sent for monthly spells in the Lebanon to work for Hiram, king of Tyre." ( - Christopher Knight & Robert
Lomas, The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasons and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus)

Lived in Armana
Amenhotep IV "revived the ancient cult of the sun god in the form of Aten (the disc of the sun). Amenhotep IV changed his name to Akhenaten ('living spirit of the
Aten') in honor of his god."
Spoke th Akkadian language
- The Useborne Book of the Ancient World"
God's Wife of Amun
Then the majesty of this god said: "I am her protector. A challenge to her shall not occur forever by any king who shall arise in the following of future generations.
But only the god's wife Nefertary.
It belongs to her from son to son forever and ever in accordance 25 with her office of god's wife. There is not one who shall say, 'Except for me. There is not
another who can speak."
It is highly probable that Ah was the son of the great Mother deity Apet, who was identified with the female hippopotamus Taurt, "the mighty one", goddess of
maternity, and "mother of the gods". At Thebes and Ombos, Osiris was regarded as the son of the sacred hippopotamus. He  was, like Ah, identified with the
moon spirit, which symbolized the male principle. The Apet hippopotamus was the animal incarnation of the Great Mother; as a water goddess, therefore, Apet
links with Nut, who rose from the primordial deep and was "the waters above the firmament".
It was said that one day Akhenaten had a vision wherein he saw a sun disc between two mountains. He felt that God was guiding him to make change. He was
shown the God, Aten, as the Sun Disk - the Light. He felt guided by Aten to build a city between the two mountains.

In the sixth year of his reign Akhenaten rejected the Gods of Thebes.  Akhenaten had declared for the first time in recorded history that there was only one God -
the concept of monotheism. Overnight he turned 2,000 years of Egyptian religious upside down...
Akhenaten and Moses Tie to Scotland

Princess Scota was the daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten named Meritaten. The name scota was original written as sceadu which
has a lot in common with the Egyptian word shut, the Shadow. Scota is not the name of the Princess but the name of the attribute,
the “stone of destiny” or the “portal”.

Scota gave birth to a boy named Gaedhael or Gadheal Glas. One day Gaedhael was bitten by a snake and he went to Moses for
relief. Moses prayed to God and touched the bite with his staff. Miraculously the bite healed and Moses gave Gaedhael his staff
stating God commands and I command that this boy’s descendants will live in a land free from snakes.

At that time Moses was the principal advisor of Pharaoh Akhenaten.

The Eleventh Dynasty began with a series of four kings who ruled from Thebes.
More and more evidence is coming forth showing that these Egyptian Kings were the Patriarchs of the Christian Bible.    
Back to 11 Dynasty

New discoveries can now place ABRAHAM in the same time and place as the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenemhet I. These recent discoveries point to the two as being
one. According to Egyptology experts Pharaoh Amenemhet I was not of royal blood. He is thought to be the son of Nofet from Elephantine and was later taken in
by a priest and given the position of co-regent. believe he seized the throne of Egypt after murdering Pharaoh Mentuhotep.

One of the Semitic Hyksos leaders who later became king of Egypt was Yakubher, was known biblically as JACOB . Since Yakubher is the Aramean name for
Jacob, Some Egyptologists interpret this as strong evidence to support their claim that the biblical Jacob and the Hyksos king Yakubher were one of the same. It
is known that Jacob took his Hebrew clan and migrated from Canaan into Egypt and this Hebrew migration into Egypt closely parallels Egypts history of the
Seminitic Hyksos migration that overthrew the Egyptian pharaohs and seized the throne of Egypt. In Year 20, son of Amenemhet I and heir to the throne,
Sesostris, was made co-regent and while Sesostris was away from Egypt campaigning in Libya, Amenemhet I was assassinated. KING DAVID who parallels
Pharaoh Psusennes who also ruled Canaan for 50 years at the same time as the biblical king David; both battled the same enemy called the sea people.Pharaoh
Siamun and KING SOLOMON reigned at exactly the same time and fought the same enemies in Canaan called the Matani, the Hittites and the Philistines.
Authors of the book THE HIRAM KEY ; suggest that the Semite tribe known as ;the HYKOS WERE PROT JEWS

When they captured the throne of Egypt, they wanted to know the secrets of Egyptian king-making. These secrets were only known to the former Pharoah,
Seqenenre Tao II, still king in Thebes, and his two senior priest/advisors.The Hyksos king who wanted to know these secrets was Apophis. The Vizier to Apophis
was JOSEPH . Apophis tasked Joseph to extract the secrets of Osiris, so he could achieve eternal life, which was his right as the reigning king of the Two Lands.
Joseph sent his brothers SIMEON AND LEVI . The brothers approached the two senior priests first. They did not reveal the secrets and were killed. They then
confronted Seqenenre in the temple while he prayed. Again, their demands were refused and Seqenenre was murdered. Thus, the secrets of the Egyptian
king-making ceremony were thought to be lost forever.Later, the Hyksos were driven out of the Egypt. They went on to become the tribes of Israel and
developed Judaism, which is basically the Egyptian king-making ceremony without the actual 'secrets' which made it work.

The Hyksos copied what they knew of the ceremonial rituals which is the basis of the masonic myth of Hiram Abif. Historical records show that the Semitic Hyksos
kings ruled Egypt for over a hundred years. The Egyptian people rebelled against these Semitic kings and pushed them into northern Egypt.

By 1500 BC a peace agreement was reached between the Egyptians and the Semitic Hyksos, which allowed the Hyksos people to leave Egypt peaceably and
move to Palestine and Jerusalem in the Egyptian controlled land of Canaan. THEIR MIGRATION CLOSESLY MATCHES THE BIBLE STORY OF THE SEMITIC

The dynasty came to an end when Amenemhat IV and was succeeded by his sister/wife Nefrusobek. Queen Nefrusobek ( Queen Sobekneferu) was The last
ruler of 11th Dynasty and daughter of Amenemhat III. Sobekneferu apparently ruled for only four years, but is known from a number of monuments and artifacts,
including five statues, fragments relating to the mortuary temple of Amenemhat III at Hawara, scarabs, seals and beads, as well as from a Nile inundation record.
This latter document from the Nubian fortress of Kumma relates a poor flood of some 1.83 meters, and dates to Sobekneferu's last year. The name
'Sobekneferu' means, The beauties of Sobek, the crocodile god. .She built monuments throughout Egypt and her rule was recognized as far south as Lower
Nubia. She also seems to have carried on as queen or co-regent in the 12 Dynasty. The rulers of the 12th Dynasty also established a religious and economic
center in the Fayoum where the crocodiles were nurtured and worshipped Historically a series of powerful invaders the Philistines, the Babylonians and Persians
conquered the land of Canaan which the Hebrew people called Israel, the Hebrew tribes of Manesseh and Dan joined forces and became the Macedanians
(Manasseh + Dan = Macedanians)
They fled to Greece where they wore white kilts like the Egyptian pharaohs, played goat skinned bagpipes, adopted the Greek culture and settled along the
River Danube which they named after the tribe of Dan.
Ahmose-Nofretari  was the daughter of Ahottpe I and Seqnenre-Taa II.
Along with her son, Amenhotep I, she was worshiped as a patron of
the tomb-builders at Deir el-Medina many years after her death.
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