Hatshepsut, Pharaoh of Egypt  - Solomon and Sheba
Hatshepsut, Queen of Sheba

Daughter of Thutmose I,  As was common in royal families, she married her half-brother, Thutmose II, who
had a son, Thutmose III, by a minor wife or concubine. The Egyptian tradition of having the Pharaoh marry
a royal woman led Thuthmose II to marry Hatshepsut. (The women in Egypt carried the royal blood, not
the males. To become Pharaoh, the man had to marry a female of royal blood, often a sister, half sister or
other near relative. Usually it was the eldest daughter of the previous Pharaoh.)

Thuthmose II died soon after becoming Pharaoh, leaving the widow Hatshepsut, a male child born from
one of the Thuthmose II's lesser wives. The name given to him was Thuthmose III who would next in line to
rule as Pharaoh of Egypt. Being of such a young age when his father died, Hatshepsut was appointed
regent over the affairs of Egypt. Within 10 years, she appointed herself Pharaoh, leaving Thuthmoses III
living in her shadow.  

A female child was born to her and was given the name Neferura. This child was believed to have lived to
be approximately 10 years old.  

Hatshepsut administered affairs of the nation,
* building her magnificent temple at Deir el Bahari in Thebes
she made reliefs of her divine birth as the daughter of god Amun and goddess Hathor. .

It is believed that Thuthmoses III , in approximately 1458 B.C. , driven by a desire to reclaim the throne,
led a revolt in which Hatshepsut was murdered and all her shrines, statues and reliefs were destroyed,
wiping her name out of history. .

Kings  Lists (as that of "Seti I" in Abydos, and "Ramses II" at the Ramesseum Temple in Thebes) have
deliberately bypassed her name. In addition, the scripts at the tombs of the 20th dynasty priests that
included all the 18th dynasty royal family - including princes who died young  have made no mention of
Notes by Mary Sutherland:
1.) In theory, according to their beliefs, the God Amun-Re could take the form of the king in order to
impregnate the chief royal wife with the successor to the throne (This belief was first introduced during the
reign of Hatshepsut during the New Kingdom).
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Hatshepsut  (Sheba) and Akhenaten (Solomon - Senemut)

Hatshepsut - Her long blonde hair and  facial structure has been well preserved by the embalming process of the time

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

Sheba means daughter of seven which is a measure of fullness. It also is the ancient form of a Hebrew oath, "Swear by the Seven,"
whereby one declared that the thing promised would be fulfilled.

It has been recorded that Hatshepsut  visited Solomon from the House of David. His father was King David and his mother was
Bathsheba. She brought back to Egypt with her, 'the seed of Solomon'. She gave birth to a son and called him Menelik (Moses,
meaning 'of the water') who, in adulthood, was later given the position of  Chief Advisor to Akhenaten and High Priest of the Aten
religion  founded by Akhenaten.  (The Story of a Hebrew Child being found by a princess, floating down the river and discovered by
the daughter of the Pharaoh was a cover story to protect her secret about Mose's true heritage.)

He was the  son of  Amenhotep III , who was King David) and his mother was Bathsheba.

Akhenaten was reported to have been approximately 5'5 with feminine features, described as having a swollen belly with an
elongated skull poised on an unusually long neck.

-A monotheist, militant devotee to the worship of Re-Herakhty, the sun-god whom he believed manifested  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.

It was said that one day Akhenaten had a vision wherein he saw a sun disc between two mountains. He believed he was shown the
God Aten, as the Sun Disk - the Light. He felt guided by Aten to make a change and  build a city between the two mountains.
Akhenaten then created a temple (Soloman's Temple) that came to such a great cost to the kingdom that he sold off entire cities to
pay its costs. The population  was forced to labor in Lebanon to work for Hiram, King of Tyre,  with groups of ten thousand people
being sent for monthly spells. It is from Tyre and this event the word Tyranny was born. King Hiram was a personal friend of King
David and worked with Solomon of the building of the temple.
 ( - Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasons and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus)

* Pharaoh Akhenaten's Hymn to Aten is  the same as Psalm 104 of the Bible.

"I took the dagger in my hand and without even considering the ramifications of my deed or who was watching, I thrust the blade into
the taskmaster's kidney. I sat in the sand, staring at the lifeless form before me. Perhaps it is not mine to judge, but am I not
'Senenmut, my Mother's Brother? Am I not a son of Hebrew blood? Have I not been made brother to the Great Mother of Egypt, the
personification of the gods on earth, Hatshepsut, my one true friend and my one true love?  Did she not draw me from the Nile and
fashion me for a prince of Egypt? Am I not her appointed hereditary Crowned Prince? And have I not witnessed enough of the abuse
of these people - my people -  that her father and grandfather hated. The people of my blood who I see downtrodden every day at
the behest of old blood feuds and even older prejudices of enemies past?"

" Let that damned son of a lesser woman (Thutmoses III) , that other pharaoh of deposed obsurity, never know of this deed so that
when I ever rise to the power of the throne , I will end this bitter enslavement forever."

"May I protect my 'King' who will ever by my 'Queen' from any and all who would seek her downfall."

"When Thutmoses III heard of this, he tried to have Moses put to death, but Moses fled from the Pharaoh and went to live in Midian,
far from the sight of Pharaoh."

After the death of her protector Akhenaten, Thutmose III led a revolt against Hatshepsut and claimed his right to the throne as  
Pharaoh.   Hatshepsut disappears from history at this time and Moses flees from Egypt for the second time in what we know as the
Exodus. (It is believed by some that Hatshepsut joined Moses)

Unspoken of, except by the Australian Elders, is the continuation of the story of the biblical Moses and a fulfilment of a prophecy.

"The snake travelled the world and finally bit its own tail back to Australia ,from where the Lightning Brothers came. These two men
were  the biblical  MOSES AND AARON. They were not the leader of their people, but it was the sacred sister  MIRIAMON or MIRIAM  
or known to the Egyptians as NEFERTITI"

"They died in South Australia after deciding not to take the STARFIRE  any longer. (The starfire was a gift from the 'gods' for
immortality). They brought with them the LAW and the sacred colour RED. The one "outstanding" life form they left behind was the
EGYPTIAN WAR DOG, now called the DINGO."

"The daughter travelled with the AID OF FLIGHT  and moved through Asia to the North of Australia leaving the DINGO and the
STORY OF THE SACRED KINGFISHER  along the way  until arriving in Nova Scotia . She brought the sacred dog to North America  
along with the Law. In North America the Dingo became known as the  CAROLINA WILD DOG. "

The PROMISE OF THE BIRD KING  is fulfilled in the Time of Darkness.....from now on the truth will  come forth.

"Red is  his hair , hooked his nose. Fair is his skin and green are his eyes"

"The Snake, the Bear, the Smooth White Stone, the Sacred Red Flower and most important, I am the Sacred Kingfisher ..from the
blood who also gave you the Wild Dog which is the Egyptian War Dog, known as the Dingo. I am the Living Sun Dance. Red is my
hair. Green is my Eyes. Fair is my Skin and Hooked is my Nose. I am the Promised Bird King"
The Aboriginal of the Finders Rangers have already declared me so. The place where it was declared is a place called BELTANA .

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 (Solomon)
Depiction  of Tuthmosis I from his
daughter's Hatshepsut's temple
at Deir el-Bahri

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) .
(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 contend  
Tuthmosis II died when he
was around 30.
Thutmosis III
After the death of Thutmoses II , Thutmose III was given the title of
co-regent to Egypt, with his step mother, Hatshepsut,  ruling as  Pharoah.  

Sir Isaac Newton was the first to claim that the Sesostris of Herodotus,
whose conquests were the same as those of Tuthmoses III, was the Biblical

It has been recorded that Queen Hatshepsut of Egypt (Land of Punt - S.
Egypt -Africa) visited Solomon and  " brought back the seed of Solomon"  
She gave birth to a child, Menelik who later .was given the position of  chief
priest of the Aten religion of Akhanaton.   It is my belief that Menelik was

This statue of Thutmosis III was made of basalt and 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.
Egyptian papyrus -- part of the annals of Thutmose III
Akhenaten , son of King David
and Bathsheba.. From the House
of David.
Bust of one of Akhenaton's six
Akhenaton - meaning "living spirit
of Aten"
The ancient Egyptians had a tradition of repeating the same name of
their Pharoahs in different dynasties. Thus a father, son and
grandson would have the same name but with first , second or third
after it.
The name TUTHMOSIS was given to four pharaohs in the 18th
dynasty. This dynasty was a strong one, a dynasty which also
included Queen Hatshepsut, one of the most powerful queens on