Black People : The First JOSEPH in History?

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    The First JOSEPH in History?
    It’s MIZRAIM!!!--Old Jozeph [Tepy-aa]


    Kaefre [Chephren]: Joseph [Mizraim]--[Miz-Zim]--ZIMBABWE--Zimri...

    4022--3882--2956--2700s--2667--2500s--2356--2200s--2060s--2006

    4022 BC -- the Creation of Adam
    3882 BC -- the birth of Seth
    2956 BC -- the birth of Noah
    2700s BC-- the 3rd Dynasty
    2667 BC -- the 3rd Dynasty--the Steppe Pyramid of Zoser [by Imhotep]
    2500s BC-- the 4th Dynasty--Seth kings [Kafre/Chephren; 3rd king]
    2356 BC -- the 5th Dynasty ends--the Great World Flood [April 17]
    2200s BC-- the 6th Dynasty --the Phiops kings [Pepy kings]
    2060s BC-- the 11th Dynasty--Mentuhotep II [Tower of Babel construction ends]
    2006 BC -- Noah dies
    1900s BC-- the 12th Dynasty--Sessotris priesthood [they honor ‘Ra’; Amen-Ra]

    *Mizra-im--Grandson of Noah [Imhotep?]--The Great Builder

    Wow! History and research reveals this: That God, the Creator, sure does love Mizraim, the son of Ham [Cham] and grandson of Noah. Based upon my research [which needs confirmation], his life and history has been hidden behind words and names such as ‘Egypt’, ‘Rhodesia’ [Zimbabwe], ‘the Sinai Peninsula’ [Rephidim] and ‘Palestine’ [Philistim] and many more. Why? Well, it would take a lot of books to unfold but, if the history of the first 3-to-4 generations after the Great World Flood were to be understood then, the suppression of Mizraim and his generations would become obvious. Based upon the timeline offered in the Bible, his life span goes right along with time and history and fits like a ‘well fit glove’ in accordance with the rises and falls of the aboriginal people of the lands of Egypt, Africa, the Ancient Americas and ‘the Middle East’. Even though much of this land became the inherited land of Mizraim-Ham, his descendants ultimately became dominated by the Egyptians who were descendants of JapHeth, the eldest son of Noah. Moreover, this Egyptian domination happened during the very lifetime of Mizraim [Old Jozeph] and, if history is followed, it becomes certain that Mizraim tried to combat this conflict long before he died. Amazingly, this great love that God our Creator has for Mizraim and Ham, the son and grandson of Noah, can be seen due to the incredible story that follows even after the death of Mizraim and ties into the life and purpose of Joseph, the son of Israel. God our Creator, sent Ham help. He sent Abram [AbraHam], a son of Shem, down into the land of Ham. History makes it plain that the living God loves the son(s) of Ham. It was their land; the land of Ham and Mizraim-Ham.

    One major reason why the life of Mizraim cannot easily be seen in history has to do with land and history as it was divided up and defined by kingship. Because the designated land of Ham belonged to Mizraim-Ham as a birthright, he was not a king or a pharaoh. It was his land and he owned it! He did not have to be a king! After the flood, the Old World of Seth and Cain was gone! Therefore, Ham’s son, Mizraim of whom was born after the flood eventually became the inheritor of the land we now know as Egypt and thereabouts. It was his land! Furthermore, since he was the grandson of Noah, the high priest of the world, Mizraim could not be a king. He was over top of all kings in his own land! Mizraim was ‘a priest’! His sons answered to him [or they were suppose to] and therefore, his name ‘Mizraim’ should be easy to see that it was his ‘priestly’ name [spiritual name]. As in the name of ‘Imhotep’, the name of ‘Mizraim’ as well as ‘Seraphim’, ‘Cherubim’, ‘Teraphim’, ‘Purim’ and many more reveals a connection to ‘the Holy Spirit’ [the Spirit of the living God]. Mizraim’s other name can be seen in the lives of his descendants and the name of ‘Joseph’ becomes overwhelmingly present in his land in addition to the definition that correlates to the name of ‘Joseph’.

    Joseph--the First Prince of Egypt [The Prince of Thebes]

    The story of Joseph, the son of Israel adds to the greatness of Mizraim. He like many was named after Mizraim [Old Jozeph], proving that he must have been considered to have been a great man. The Bible tells that the mother of Joseph-Israel, Rachel, named him ‘Joseph’ and that it means ‘adding’. This definition ties into the very meaning of the name of ‘Mizraim’ in that his descendants ‘added’ to the definition of Kemet and Imhotep. They were all ‘Great Builders’. What a wonder . . . Joseph-Israel was named after Mizraim, ends up enslaved and imprisoned in his land and then . . . he becomes delivered and elevated to be the Vizier of the land of Old Jozeph! However, long before this great time, there was another Joseph of whom actually was Hamitic. The First Joseph, Prince of Egypt [Thebes] came much earlier even before Joseph-Israel was even born. In fact, he was sent by Old Jozeph in order to combat the Hero-Cleomenes in the north of Egypt of whom had come to suppress the Thebans in the south and this occurred well into the life of Old Joseph. By understanding the dynasties, the history of Mizraim can be better understood.

    After the abrupt ending of the 5th Dynasty, the next dynasty that formed became famous byway of ‘the Pepy kings’ [Phiops kings; Ephi-op] and, this history has been deliberately debauched in order to hide the Great World Flood, the obvious break in dynastic history. However, the pyramid constructions went from stone to clay-and-brick and this among many other archeological and scientific facts can prove truth quickly. Another important concept that proves that there was a sharp scientific break in human history would be ‘the age factor’ and if the Bible is to be believe then, this becomes the evidence. If life even after ‘the flesh’ is eternal then, it should not become hard to believe that mankind once had the lifespan of about a thousand (1000) years! But after the flood, this ended! Based upon the first recorded generations after the flood, the longest recorded lifespan DID NOT EXTEND beyond 500 years and the great amount of adieu over the age of the Pepy kings bares this evidence. Even though it was written as ‘a misnomer’, this becomes the key to the past truth. A big deal has been made about Pepy I because, other than Ramesses II, Pepy I became written to rule the longest which was about 90 years. But what becomes obvious was probably the shock when he actually died of which was long before Tepy--aa [Old Jozeph] and Noah! When Pepy I died, both Noah and Mizraim [Old Joseph] were still living and still going strong! A closer look at time-cycles show that life spans gradually decreased from generation to generation after the date of the flood and as a result, Noah outlived many born in the first generation after the flood!

    The 6th Dynasty eventually became overthrown byway of the Hero-Cleomenes of whom formed in the north of Egypt [Lower Egypt] and it was originally through them that the Egyptians [Khety kings] took domination over the aboriginal descendants of Mizraim. But here would be the conflict; WOMEN. Both the Hero-Cleomenes and the men of Thebes were sons and grandsons of Mizraim so, the problem with suppression did not start with them, it started with Mizraim. His history goes hand-in-hand with the history ‘The Menes’, descendants of Madai, a son of JapHeth in both Thebes and north Egypt! But apparently, the Menes in Thebes stayed true to Ham and honored Ham but in the north, they became dominated by the policy makers from the east. So, from the 7th-10th Dynasties of which became known as ‘the First Intermediate Period’, Mizraim lived to see his land become dominated the Khety kings! Soon though, he decided to do something about it. So deep in the south in Thebes rose up his sons of whom took on his name and they became known as ‘the Inyotef men’ [var. Inyoteph, Injotef, Intef, YOSEF...]. From these men soon came, the Prince of Thebes, a man named ‘Inyotef I’ and he fought against the north. But total victory did not come until long after this prince rose up and it had to do with Noah, the high priest of the world. The high priest started a charge with the men of Shem [the aboriginal Greeks] from the mountains of Northern Greece in order to combat the pagan system that had took root in and around the lands of Ham and Shem. So, long after Inyotef I, the Prince of Thebes and the men of Inyotef rose up and, around the time of Noah’s push, Mentuhotep II came out of this line and won! Around 2060s BC [the end of Nimrod’s Babylon], Mentuhotep II then united both Upper and Lower Egypt and thus the 11th Dynasty began and, he renames Memphis, the capitol, Menefer-Pepy. Finally, based upon research, Mizraim lived to see this victory. But after he died, this dynasty was eventually overthrown by a line of ‘Mene-Thebans’ and, even though they were not men from Mizraim’s line, they were definitely connected by blood through women. It would be these kings that honored Mizraim and they began the elevation of ‘Amen-Ra’ [var. Amen-Re, or, ‘we’ as in Zimbabwe...] proving that by this time, Mizraim must have been dead. And here is the greatness of this story; AbraHam, the ancestor of Joseph-Israel dwells in this land! AbraHam came ‘up out of Egypt!’--and he dwelt in the land of Mizraim [Philistim] for much of his life! One day, Joseph, the great-grandson of AbraHam becomes the vizier of Egypt and then about 400 years later, Moses wrote the Pentateuch and taught the Israelites for 40 years in the land of Mizraim [Rephidim]. And then over a thousand years later, a man named Joseph has a son named Jesus . . . who comes ‘up out of Egypt!’ . . . And, JOSEPH, the father of Jesus was ‘A CARPENTER!’ . . . A GREAT BUILDER! Wow! God sure does love Mizraim-Ham! God helped Ham and sent AbraHam!

    First Printed January 2009 [Edited]

    http://lexicorient.com/e.o/egypt_int01.htm
    *from article about the life of Imhotep and Noah; discusses the written records showing that their life spans agree
     
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    "...Joseph was elevated to being the right-hand man of Pharaoh, the vizier of Egypt, because God enabled him to interpret Pharaoh’s troubling dream. Joseph then structured the agriculture and taxation procedures of Egypt so that great storehouses of grain were utilized over the seven good years, with the result that there would be an abundance of food during the seven bad years. When the bad years came, there was a famine in Canaan, and Joseph’s estranged brothers and his father Jacob made their way to bountiful Egypt, where they discovered to their great surprise that the despised brother was not only still alive, but both able and willing to save them and provide for them.

    Through Joseph’s good offices, Pharaoh allowed the Hebrew cattlemen from Canaan to settle in the Land of Goshen, in the eastern sector of the Nile delta. This land was relatively flat and well watered from the flow of the delta. For several hundred years, from Joseph to Moses, the Hebrew people flourished and multiplied in the Land of Goshen, even after a Pharaoh arose “who knew not Joseph,” and all he had done for Egypt.

    The Oath About the Bones of Joseph

    Joseph believed the word of God, and knew that the Hebrew people would not stay in Egypt forever. He knew that one day the Lord would bring them out of Egypt back to the Land of Abraham, to the Land of Promise. Joseph knew that he would not see that day, but he made his kinsmen swear that, when that day came, they would carry his remains with them out of Egypt to the Promised Land:

    And Joseph took an oath of the children of Israel, saying, God will surely visit you, and ye shall carry up my bones from hence. So Joseph died, being an hundred and ten years old: and they embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin in Egypt. (Genesis 50:25–26)

    Hundreds of years passed. Joseph’s body lay in the coffin, and his tomb must have been well identified, because when the Exodus occurred, and Moses led the people of Israel out of Egypt, he was able to locate Joseph’s coffin and take it with them to the Promised Land:

    And Moses took the bones of Joseph with him: for he had straitly sworn the children of Israel, saying, God will surely visit you; and ye shall carry up my bones away hence with you. (Exodus 13:19)

    Not only were the bones of Joseph taken out of Egypt, but they were carefully guarded all during the wilderness journey for forty years, the transition from Moses to Joshua, and the turbulent conquest of Canaan. As the Book of Joshua closes, after the Land was conquered, and the territory of Israel was parceled out to the tribes, Joseph’s bones were ultimately buried in their final resting place by his descendants in the town of Shechem:

    And the bones of Joseph, which the children of Israel brought up out of Egypt, buried they in Shechem, in a parcel of ground which Jacob bought of the sons of Hamor the father of Shechem for an hundred pieces of silver: and it became the inheritance of the children of Joseph. (Joshua 24:32)

    Thus the story of the bones of Joseph is faithfully recorded by Moses and Joshua, to make sure that posterity knew that the oath Joseph made his fellow Israelites swear had been fulfilled to the letter. Joseph’s body did not remain in Egypt, but went with his people and abode with them in the Land of Israel....."


    http://www.levitt.com/essays/joseph.html
     
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