Wednesday, August 5, 2009

HYK-Egyptian-text-reveals

HYK-Egyptian-text-reveals

The word "Hyksos" is a Greek corruption of the Egyptian term hk3 kh3swt, which translates literally as "foreign rulers"

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* I thought that kingdoms were composed of one ruler, but we are shown images of families with live stock, and we are told the caption identifies them as foreign rulers?

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Groups of Canaanites had been migrating to northern Egypt. Later Egyptian texts tell us that these Canaanites invaded and overtook Egypt .

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* What Egyptian text states Canaanites had been migrating into Egypt?

* What Egyptian text identified Canaanites as invading Egypt?

* I thought Canaanites did have their own languages? Is there any Canaanite text which tells of such accounts?

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The Egyptians wanted no one of the future to think that they were so weak as to allow a bunch of foreigners to rule them.

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* If there is no text from Egyptians or any one else making this statements, how would these present day prophets be able to tell us what the Egyptians thought and did?

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I have seen some hieroglyphs where invaders came to northern Egypt and the Egyptians fought them off. It appears to be a naval invasion because the tablet was from the perspective of an Egyptian who told of his command of a ship.. but now?

* Show us the ancient text that identifies Avaris as a capital of the Canaanites.

In the battles of Arvais, I see the names of some of the enemy commanders but there is nothing in the context to identify the invaders as Canaanites.

* Show us the specific hieroglyph you speak of and the exact line where these enemy are identified?

 

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