Black Christians : The King is Dead~ AKHENATEN

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    HOTEL RWANDA…Tall Trees & Cockroaches?~ Biblical Translations
    The King is Dead? Akhenaten~ Historical Connections [part X]
    [Tiaa & Amenophis II]---[Mitemwiya & Thutmosis IV]---[Amenhotep III & Tiye]-----
    [Nefertiti & Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten]--- [Meritaten/Merytamun & Smenkhkare]-----
    [Ankhesenpaaten/Ankhesenamen & King Tut & Regents]-----Tiya/Tey & Ay/Ag----[Mutnodjmet & Horemhab]

    And Pharaoh charged all his people, saying, Every son that is born ye shall
    cast into the river, and every daughter ye shall save alive. EXODUS 1:15-22.
    [Amenophis II; birth of Moses 1516 BC]

    And when he [Moses] was full forty years old, it came into his heart to visit his
    brethren the children of Israel. ACTS 7:23. [Moses was 40 years old]

    And it came to pass in those days, when Moses was grown, that he went out
    unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens: …he slew the Egyptian, and hid
    him in the sand…. Now when Pharaoh heard this thing, he sought to slay Moses.

    But Moses fled from the face of Pharaoh, and dwelt in the land of Midian:
    and he sat down by a well. EXODUS 2:11-15.
    [Pharaoh Amenhotep III; Moses was 40 years old][1476BC]

    And it came to pass in process of time, that the king of Egypt died: and the
    children of Israel sighed by reason of the bondage, and they cried, and their
    cry came up unto God by reason of the bondage. EXODUS 2:23.
    [Pharaoh/king Akhenatan; ‘king’ is in respect dynastic line~ Moses 70+ years old]

    And Moses was fourscore years old, and Aaron fourscore and three years old,
    when they spake unto Pharaoh. EXODUS 7:7.
    [Pharaoh Tutankhamen & Regents; Moses was 80 years old][1436 BC]

    When the king, Akhenaten was alive most of the attention of his government was placed on his new city and on the suppression of the Thebans in the south but after he died the Hebrews sensed a coming doom. The peace offering to the Thebans for their re-acceptance of the same court that had earlier abandoned them, suppressed them, and attempted to completely crush their freedom and their existence was the Syrians, the Hebrews, and the other Blacks suppressed down in the north in Lower Egypt and in the delta region. So the Hebrews knew that they became the scapegoats to rectify all of the grand financial problems and etc. that were created by Akhenaten and Nefertiti’s massive failed city that was completely abandoned. It went from bad to worse for the northern captives. The city of Akhetaten became a ghost town and much attention in regards to other building projects was shifted to the delta regions again. So the Hebrews became more or less knee deep in the mud of the deltas for two main reasons; (1) in order to manufacture mud bricks for the massive building projects that were implemented, and (2) in the grain fields. So the court of Aten was allowed to relocate back into Thebes and readopt Theban names. They solved the animosity that existed between their priesthood and the Theban priesthood by shifting hatred towards the Hebrews’ religious beliefs of whom in essence and in its very origins came from the very same Theban priesthood as the Thebans in Egypt. Above the triad themes of Thebes in the earliest of times was the worship of ‘the Creator of the sun Ra’ but this ideology was transcended over time due to foreign influence and was eventually altered to mean that the later Thebans worshiped ‘the sun Ra’ as ‘Atum-Ra’ [Muta-Ra; reverse script] as god in the feminine form. So the original Nubian Thebans worship of Amun-Ra became a confusion with an earlier concept of Atum-Ra. Long before the concept of ‘the Eye of Horus’ was adopted in Egypt it was the concept of ‘the Eye of Ra’. Likewise the concept of the Aten that was imposed upon the Thebans was a repeated act that had been used in other formats in distant times and yet the Thebans once again allowed the foreign court to rule over them in this mode.

    The privileged position of the Assyrians and Hittites remained in tact as they were still elevated by the Egyptians and other Black people in Thebes. These White Supremacist were able to hide their hatred of Black people behind the Egyptians of whom came to hate the other foreign Blacks and original Nubian people. This justification of intense hatred became the avenue that the court needed to be able to inflict cruel acts of enforcement upon the northern captives in order to produce the kind of results desired to support the government systems. But it also gave them another desired opportunity; It gave the White court the chance to relocate again up out of Thebes to become closer to the north. Therefore it was not long before the focus was again put on one of the most ancient festivals to occur in the land of Kemet; the fall festival that was known by many names one of which was ‘the Barley Festival’ [ie. The Beer festival, the October festival, the Summers End festival…]. So the White court was able to leave Thebes for at least half of the year and live where once the capitol was located in the north in the ancient capitol area of Memphis [Menefer-Pepy], where the headwaters were nearby. In this region they would be able to be situated near to the delta region located further north past Memphis in order to monitor the production of the grain and the building projects to build up their trade power. So in July the government was located in Thebes to be praised and honored in the Opet Festival and to collect the trade that came up from the old trade expeditions they depended upon from Nubia, Punt and etc. and by September they had relocated to Memphis to prepare for the autumn festival and to receive the many trade caravans from the north, from Arabia, and the Mediterranean civilizations and etc. According to the timelines this was the very court that the old Hebrew men, Moses and Aaron, confronted when King Tut came of age to take the forefront. King Tut was the sacrifice and he took the blame for all of the evils that the court forced upon the suppressed Black people in Egypt. Cont.
    And the LORD said unto Moses in Midian, Go, return into Egypt: for all the men
    are dead which sought thy life. EXODUS 4:19.

    *Note: Moses lived to be 120 years old, and it should become obvious that his life eclipsed the life spans of a number of rulers over Egypt during the 18th Dynasty. So based upon the Biblical records in comparison to secular records, many issues can be verified. Although the Egyptian records with regards to the actual time their pharaohs were born, lived, died and ruled, is very questionable, however they provide the names of the rulers and significant aspects of their contributions to Egypt and therefore, makes it easy to identify the actual pharaohs that coincided with the life and actions of Moses.

    AMENOPHIS II ~ I noted in my earlier research certain documented facts about Amenophis II especially in regards to the hatred that he harbored against the Syrians, while at the same time, he bonded with Assyrian women. I noted that he was taken with his father on a mission to strike out the name of Hatshepsut and that this action and his other actions against the ‘Egyptian’ women agrees with the Bible records about his own daughter, Bithia, and she was the one to draw the Hebrew baby out of the Nile river of whom she named ‘Moses’. I noted that he was raised in the northern capitol instead of Thebes, of which is very significant in how he was later able to develop such an hatred for the Syrians of whom were concentrated and suppressed in North Egypt. I also noted that the Hebrews were defined to be ‘Syrians’ both in secular script and in the Bible, as father Israel was actually called so in the Bible due to his marriage to Syrian-typed women ‘Black women’. He became the son-in-law to ‘Bethuel-the-Syrian’. I noted the breakdown on the Semitic priesthood and why even though technically father Israel was not a Syrian, he was called so due to his fathers and him living in the land of Syria. I gave detail on how the Creator God blessed the Shemites to cover the original women of the land that they went to live and this would be why even AbraHam was bonded to Keturah after the death of Sarah, and I contrasted it to the actions of the priesthood of JapHeth in that they came to the west and bonded with White and Asiatic-typed women and elevated them over the original women of the west and how the Creator God did not honor them for this reason. I gave detail in how the eastern men exploited the original women of the western world and highlighted some of their actions during the early set up of the 18th Dynasty and in regards to the rule of Hatshepsut. Because the Hebrew Israelites were a small group of people that migrated into the delta region of Goshen, they became identified as Syrians due to the fact that the Syrians were more numerous in that region.

    Ameniphis II stopped recording the names of the original women in his court and he also struck out the ancient method in recording the inherited rights of the ‘Black’ women by doing away with ancient titles that linked them to the Theban priesthood and father’s that these women were connected and it is the secular records that attest to his actions. Amenophis II did this in order to elevate the White Asiatic women over the ‘Black’ women in his court. Amenophis’ actions against the original women became the turning point and again, because of the faulty records with regards to dates, the Bible timeline in comparison and contrast to the Egyptian history becomes the key to understanding the history of Egypt based upon the significant acts and deeds of the rulers of this time period. The Egyptologist offer at least two different dates for each pharaohs life, death and rule. Some say that Amenophis took the throne at the age of 18 but state that they are not sure if he ruled for either 26 years or 30 years. But the Bible timeline is sure. It is based upon the Star of Bethlehem and it was not until this very time, that any records on this entire earth could actually be verified due to the deceptions of the kind of eastern people that came and set up in the western world.

    THUTMOSIS IV -- The son of Amenophis from a foreign woman became the next pharaoh. Most say he ruled for only ten (10) years. Some of the significant acts and deeds of his rule was that he took actions against the ‘Egyptian’ [Black] mother of his father Amenophis II. Thutmosis IV took action against his own ‘Black’ grandmother and it was during his rule that she was not permitted to be buried in her tomb. In addition and if this wasn’t bad enough, Thumosis IV’s mother usurped the artifacts of this Egyptian woman. What deception! Another significant act of Thutmosis IV revolves around his succession to the throne. He was not the original ordained heir. The named heir mysteriously died. Another significant act during of Thutmosis IV was the fact that this was the time that the Sphinx was uncovered under a sea of sand and the fact that Thutmosis IV used this as the foundation for his right to be pharaoh over Egypt above the other sons of Amenophis II and he becomes the switch to matrilineal dominance again. These actions were extremely significant because this would have been the time that Bithia also lived and therefore, Moses would have definitely had been present during these 10 years. Amenophis II then probably did not order the deaths of the Syrian babies in the very beginning of his rule but later. But in respect to the rules of both Amenophis II and Thutmosis IV, Moses would have been well into the age of forty [40] at best. He would have definitely been present at the birth of Amenhotep III, the next pharaoh to rule.

    Because Amenhotep became pharaoh around the age of 12 years old, and the Bible says that Moses was forty [40] years old when he killed an Egyptian and then fled, it probably would have been during the rule of Amenhotep III when this happened. It would have also been during these times too that Bithia would have been disgraced. Bithia would have been the step-sister to Thutmosis IV and at some point in her life, she was driven out of the courts of Egypt and ended up bonding with a man from the tribe of Judah and bearing about three sons from him. Thus she was covered under the tents of Shem. Another significant act of Thutmosis IV was his marriage to another White Asiatic-typed woman named Mitemwiya [Mutemwiya] from Assyria [Mitanni] and she was the mother of Amenhotep III. Therefore and because Moses was 40 years old when he killed an Egyptian, Bithia probably was blamed for this action too, and driven out of the courts, denied her inherited position and rights and ended up being stuck with the Hebrew captives that she had helped! So her banishment and that of the very mother of Amenophis II of whom was also disgraced agrees with the Biblical record of the life of Moses completely.

    AMENHOTEP III - Because the records show that he became pharaoh at the age of twelve (12) and ruled for about thirty-eight [38] years, it becomes obvious that it was probably during his rule that Moses fled. But for a certainty, the Bible tells us that Moses fled Egypt when he was 40 years old and did not return to confront the pharaoh until he was 80 years old. The Bible states that [paraphrasing] all who sought the life of Moses was dead by the time he was appealed to by the Creator God in order to go back into Egypt, so again, this confirms that he would have probably missed the entire seventeen (17) year rule of Akhenaten. It would then be obvious that the life of Moses was contemporary to the life of Akhenaten, but Moses was living a life in the desert at this time, and therefore all of the hype about Moses being Akhenaten, can easily been seen to be a fabrication that was invented perhaps during the Roman Empire times to deceive. There are so many reasons why Jehovah would never embrace the very Egyptian people he sought to deliver his people from due their pagan practices of which Akhenaten embraced also even though he started a major movement. One major clue out of many is based upon the very letters sent to him from the king of Mitanni in Assyria. This was the very reason why God separated Abraham from his father Terah because Terah lived in ASSYRIA!!! Akhenaten was bonded to these Assyrians. AbraHam and his grandson, father Israel, had broke off and bonded with THE SYRIANS!!!

    So by the time that Moses faced down ‘the pharaoh’ during the time of the Death Plague and the Exodus and due to other circumstances that surrounds the Exodus, Akhenaten had to have been dead by this time. The High Vizier, Ay [Ag] would have been present. The Vizier Ay [Ag] was the highest regent of that time because he was allowed to come back to Thebes after being the vizier over the Aten religion and set up again in Thebes and he became the next pharaoh after the death of King Tut. It also becomes a fact that even though he was pharaoh, Ay [Ag] did not have an heir to pass his throne over to upon his death and this is the key. It should be expected that as pharaoh and as an old man, he would have had a son. The secular records clearly show that King Tut did not have an heir to the throne from his queen and therefore, the victim of the Death Plague had to have been the firstborn son of the High Vizier/High Priest/pharaoh Ay [Ag]. Therefore, it would have been the firstborn son of Ay [Ag] of which lines up exactly with the death of Smenkhkare. For Akhenaten to have been the pharaoh of the court, his firstborn daughter, Meritaten, or his firstborn son, Tutankhaaten, would have been the victim and this does not fit either the Egyptian records nor the Biblical records. Could Smenkhkare had been the firstborn son of Akhenaten? Not likely due to quest to secure a firstborn son of which became Tutankhaten. Even though Manetho gives credit to ‘a daughter’ to have ruled for the next twelve (12) years after the death of Akhenaten, it confirms that there was a twelve year period after the death of Akheaten and that occurred before the death of King Tut who only lived to be about twenty (20) years old. That would mean that the entire life of King Tut was eclipsed by this rule and he was only and always exploited. Manetho stated the Greek version of the throne name of the ruler and it was a name that three rulers shared; Nefertiti, Smenkhkare & Meritaten. Therefore the name has to belong to either Meritaten or Ankhesenaten, the younger daughter married to King Tut.

    The throne name that Manetho states does not match the name of Ankhesenaten but matches the throne names of the three rulers of the Aten Movement. Manetho does not highlight the fact that Smenkhkare actually took on this throne name that had earlier belonged to Nefertiti and reveals that this was an alarming action that revealed a lot about his position as co-regent to Akhenaten. Smenkhkare took on a feminine name as part of his throne name and was depicted in sensual poses with Akhenaten and therefore, this is very revealing. So when the rebellion occurred, he very well could have slipped into the background until the young King Tut was elevated and then emerged behind his Royal Wife, Meritaten [Meritamun], to continue to be a significant part of that court and yet, another fact arises. Upon the death of King Tut, some of the artifacts that belonged to Smenkhkare with his name titles on them were reused in the burial of King Tut and placed in the tomb of King Tut. These name titles show that after the Aten Movement was put down, Smenkhkare had another name title that included part of his earlier throne name. This reveals that he dropped the Aten aspect of his throne name and had another throne name and of which shows that he did not die but continued to exist in Thebes with the Aten court under new names. So after that twelve (12) year period and due to other circumstance, this would be the court in which Moses would have addressed upon his return when he was 80 years old. Based upon the actual time that Ameniphis II ordered the deaths of the Hebrew babies and the time of rule of the other kings, it still lines up the life of Moses with circumstances that occurred after the death of Akhenaten.

    SMENKHKARE- His mysterious presence in Egypt is only mysterious because today’s scholars don’t offer details on his parentage even though it had to have been reported as he definitely became a co-regent and pharaoh after the death of Akhenaten.

    Smenkhkare was documented to have married the firstborn daughter of Akhenaten named Meritaten [Meritamun] and succeeded Akhenaten on the throne until the Thebans rebelled. Therefore after this rebellion, obviously Smenkhkare had to step down from being the pharaoh because of the patriarchal system of the Thebans. They accepted the heir to the throne of which was the young child King Tut and this must have been a great humiliation for Smenkhkare. He perhaps stayed in the background until he was able to be renamed as a regent. He was obviously set up to be significant from the get go byway of Ay [Ag] anyway, as Ay [Ag] was the High Vizier. King Tut attempted to have ‘a firstborn’ but he had none, daughter or son, recorded. Therefore ‘the firstborn’ issue had to apply to the pharaoh Ay [Ag] and not neither Akhenaten nor King Tut. He had to have been ‘the pharaoh who sat on the throne of the pharaoh, King Tut’ and, it had to have been his son that died of the Death Plague which was probably Smenkhkare. King Tut was just a front, a puppet king as the Bible does highlight. Ay’s [Ag‘s] progeny is not revealed and this is the key. Moses then had to have fled Egypt probably well into the rule of Amenhtoep III at the age of forty [40] and lived in the desert until the end of the rule of Akhenaten. Another major clue to this would be that Akhenaten concentrated on building up the city Akhetaten [Amarna] and the Hebrews were later forced to build up two cities in the north of which the Bible states. Akhenaten spent his years concentrating in the central desert area and in the south in Thebes but it was not until after his death did the attention of the government shift to concentrate in the north near their northern capitol area in Memphis [Menefer-Pepy]. This would match the Bible records of the harsh bondage of the Hebrews.

    The royal succession during this period is very unclear. Manetho’s Epitome, an ancient historical source written in Egypt during the third century B.C., mentions a certain Akenkeres who was a king’s daughter and ruled Egypt for twelve years and one month.