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201. A. The Identification Of The Biblical "Queen Of Sheba" With Hatshepsut,"Queen Of Egypt And Ethiopia" [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... 1 (1997) Home | Issue Contents A. The Identification Of The Biblical "Queen Of Sheba" With Hatshepsut,"Queen Of Egypt And Ethiopia"B. Did Thutmose III Despoil The Temple In Jerusalem?See note (1 ) and note (2 ) Eva Danelius Nearly four decades ago, while spending several years in the Egyptian desert around Cairo as a member of H. M. Forces during World War II, I used the opportunity to learn more about ancient Egyptian history, and especially the contacts and impact it had with and upon its eastern neighbor, the Land of the Bible. My interest was renewed about 10 years after my return to civil life ...
202. "Let There be Light" [Journals] [Kronos]
... , in some ways drastic but visually glorious, posterity branded as The Creation. Traditions of creation are multifarious; those of The Creation, multiform. One consistent motif connected with the latter is the Universal, Celestial, Cosmic, or Primordial Egg. Budge, echoing the beliefs of H. Brugsch, describes the primitive credo of the ancient Egyptians in these words: "Nothing existed except a boundless primeval mass of water which was shrouded in darkness and which contained within itself the germs or beginnings, male and female, of everything which was to be in the future world. The divine primeval spirit which formed an essential part of the primeval matter felt within itself the desire to ...
203. The "Forgotten Empire". Ch. 4. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... . Later travellers saw similar pictorial signs carved on stone that had been re-used in a building at the bazaar of Hamath in northern Syria. The same peculiar signs were observed on slabs in the area of Jerablus-Carchemish on the bank of the Euphrates, and later on the site of ancient Babylon and in other places. They are completely different from Egyptian hieroglyphics. It was not known which people had left these mysterious inscriptions. " On the other hand, mention of the Kheta in the texts accompanying the bas-reliefs of the battle of Kadesh, in the poem celebrating this battle, and in the Egyptian text of the peace treaty between Egypt and Kheta stimulated conjecture about the identity of the ...
204. Menelaos in Egypt [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... History' tells us how a band of bronze-clad Ionians and Carians arrived in the Delta, began plundering the countryside, and were then recruited by Psammetichus as mercenaries [1 ]. With the help of these troops, Psammetichus was able to overcome his rival Dodecarchs, wrest Egypt from the Assyrian empire, and launch a great imperial epoch of Egyptian history. These events are generally dated to the second quarter of the 7th century. In conformity with this dating, Greek pottery and artifacts of the early 7th century are discovered with great frequency in the Delta, especially at those sites specifically linked to the Greeks. However, in apparent contradiction of these facts, both archaeology and tradition ...
205. The el-Amarna Letters (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... of Egypt, and they wrote "to my brother" and signed themselves "thy brother". The kings in Canaan and Syria, however, were under the scepter of the Nile dynasty and wrote "to my king, my lord" and signed themselves "thy servant". There are also letters addressed to certain dignitaries of the Egyptian court. Letters written by the pharaohs or in their names were obviously copies stored in the archives in order to preserve a record. The language of the tablets, with few exceptions, is Assyro-Babylonian (Akkadian), with many words in a Syrian dialect similar to Hebrew.1 The city of Akhet-Aton was built by the schismatic king ...
206. Chapter XXIV: the Years of 360 and 365 Days [Books]
... Chapter XXIV The Years of 360 and 365 Days WHETHER the Egyptians brought their year with them or invented it in the Nile valley, there is a belief that it at first consisted of 360 days only, that is, 5 ¼ days too little. It is more likely that they brought the lunar month with them, taking it roughly as thirty days (30 x 12 = 360), than that they began with such an erroneous notion of the true length of the solar year, seeing that in Egypt, above all countries in the world, owing to the regularity of the inundation, the true length could have been so easily determined, so soon as that ...
207. The Legends of the Jews: Volume II - Moses in Egypt [Books]
... called him Abi Zanoah, because his father, who had "cast off" his mother, had taken her back for the sake of the child to be born. His grandfather Kohath knew him as Abi Gedor, because the Heavenly Father had "built up" the breach in Israel, when He rescued him, and thus restrained the Egyptians from throwing the Hebrew men children into the water. His nurse called him Abi Soco, because he had been kept concealed in a "tent" for three months, escaping the pursuit of the Egyptians. And Israel called him Shemaiah ben Nethanel, because in his day God would "hear" the sighs of the people, and ...
208. Another Velikovsky Affray: the Histories [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , to bring Velikovsky's more challenging projections back to the drawing board and confirm, if possible, the datums of his three original discoveries for Dyns. XVIII, XIX and XX. The town which the king plundered in Year 8- My critique of A Test of Time included a rebuttal of Rohl's notion that Ramesses II was Shishak, the Egyptian Pharaoh who plundered the Temple of Jerusalem in the 5th year of Solomon's son, Rehoboam. In Rohl's photograph of a Dyn XIX inscription in the Ramesseum at Thebes, Ramesses II is depicted taking the surrender of Shalem in his 8th year. Reasonably identifying Shalem as Jerusalem, Rohl submitted the inscription as direct evidence for Ramesses as Shishak, ...
209. RECONSTRUCTING THE SATURN MYTH [Journals] [Aeon]
... at the stationary cosmic center. The Incas, for example, preserved the memory of a sun god superior to the sun we know today, for this "resting" god was able "to light the world from one spot." (8 ) They celebrated this god as "the true sun." (9 ) Compare the Egyptian sun god Atum, called "the Firm Heart of the Sky": The Great God lives Fixed in the middle of the sky (10) The idea will be found among the Babylonians, the Egyptians, the Hindus, the Greeks and Romans, and throughout the Americas- in fact, in every culture with an adequately preserved body ...
210. Ancient Near Eastern Chronology: To Revise or not to Revise? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... demonstrated by the addition to the storyline of the religio-myth of the inauguration of the rite of circumcision. It is unlikely that this rite originated in the second millenium by reason it has very ancient roots demonstrable by reason it is practised (until recently) by diverse hunter gatherer societies. This suggests its origins lay before dynastic Egypt (and the Egyptians practised circumcision) and so called civilisation in general. The wondrous physical phenomena of Exodus is duplicated in the mythology of dynastic Egypt, i.e . it was of mythic age long before Moses was extent. We must presume on that basis a very remote origin in human terms. At this point we may ask ourselves why should ...
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