Wednesday, August 5, 2009

HYK-Who-Are-The-Varments

HYK-Who-Are-The-Varments

#1 List every conflict mentioned in the Egyptian hieroglyphs in which the enemy is specifically identified as Hyksos.

#2 Using the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, give the words which identify any actual nation/city outside of Egypt that the Hyksos fled to or invaded from?

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In the history of the feuding Edward family of Kentucky, records show they were fighting with people all around them.

They had fights with the Jones, Smiths, Millers, Jenkins, Tuckers, Blanes, Kellers...

Centuries later some one found some old letters from the Edward family that gave some details about different fights they had through the years.

We beat the pulp out of John's gang.

We murdered Ted's gang in the hollow.

We chances Mike's gang across the river.

If there is NOTHING in the letter that identifies the Jones, Smiths, Millers, Jenkins, Tuckers, Blanes or Kellers, then how would any one know which of these families John, Ted or Mike belonged to?

Isn't that what these "Egyptologist" / story tellers do? When they read hieroglyphs mentioning conflicts Egyptians had with different groups, the enemy leaders are named, but the group of that leader is NOT identified.

Through out the ancient world, there were endless border conflicts and invasions through out the centuries. UNLESS IN THE CONTEXT THE GROUP IS IDENTIFIED ALONG WITH THE NAME OF IT'S LEADER, THERE IS NO WAY TO KNOW WHICH GROUP THAT PARTICULAR LEADER BELONGED TO.

AND THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY TO KNOW WHICH GROUP THE EGYPTIANS WERE FIGHTING.

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Facts are gathered from information that DOES EXIST.

Myths are the product of some one's imagination.

"Egyptologist" use facts or mythology in their assertion that the Hyksos fought against the Egyptians?

Show the context of all ancient hieroglyphs in which Hyksos are specifically identified as being in battles with Egyptians and ONLY those hieroglyphs are evidence of any Hyksos conflicts.

In any hieroglyphs that mention conflicts and the vermin are not identified, then the vermin could have been the Jones, Smiths, Millers, Jenkins, Tuckers, Blanes or Kellers .. or perhaps the Hittites, Babylonians, Persians, Akkadians, Assyrians... or 50 other tribes/nations that the Egyptians encountered.

Any "Egyptologist" who state the Egyptians fought against any specific people, when the people of those battles are not identified, is a blatant liar.

It is OK to promote your imagination as mythology, but when one sells their imagination as factual events, it is because they are full of themselves.

Who Are The Varmints in the context of an conflicts of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs is known ONLY if those Varmints are identified in the context.

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* Throw out all accounts written, 200, 300, 1000 years after the Hyksos were supposed to be there. Writers who write about events that took place centuries before they were ever born, could know no more than you could know and write about the same events.

Only those who existed in the time the events were taking place, could be witnesses and recorders of those events.

LOOK FOR HIEROGLYPHS WRITTEN IN THE TIME PERIOD THE HYKSOS WERE SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN IN EGYPT.

* List all hieroglyphs that mention battles the Egyptians were involved in..

* Then look in the context and produce all hieroglyphs of Egyptian battles in which the enemy were identified as Hyksos.

 

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