Article: Ramses II was King Solomon (?)

I'm posting this because I imagine elreb would be interested in it.   And I'm curious what he thinks…

Courtesy of WhatReallyHappened:

http://ancientegyptweblog.blogspot.com/2006/03/ramses-ii-was-king-solomon.html

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  1. admin said,

    How do I put it ? …. 
    Frikken UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!
    You came to the same conclusion independently on your own!???!?? 
    OK, that's it.  – I'm a believer.   
    WOW!!!!

  2. elreb said,

     
    The funny part is that I came to this conclusion totally on my own without reading any outside information.
     
    Needless to say…if Ramses II does become Solomon…then Solomon was Ahmose II in 600 BC.
     
    I do like Seti becoming David because this puts Jerusalem in Egypt…as I have already stated. 

  3. elreb said,

     
    You can say Wow …after I paint the bigger picture…
     
    And you can get drung again…

  4. elreb said,

     
    To start with…a simple breakdown, the alleged founder of the 18th dynasty was Ahmose I and we understand that Saul married Ahinoam, daughter of Ahimaaz.
     
    The experts would have you believe that Ahmose I was the son of Seqenenre Tao II but in reality Seqenenre Tao II was “Ish-bosheth” the son of Saul. This would most likely make Ahimaaz = Ahmose I because it is also spelled Amasis.
     
    http://mindcontrolblackassassins.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/aa-seqenenre-tao-ii.jpg
     
    Saul being called a son of Kish most likely meant a son of Kush.

  5. admin said,

    I'm glad all of this is getting posted here, so I can refer to it.   The evidence stacks up ….

  6. elreb said,

     
    Food for thought
     
    At the time of Ahmose 1…Thebes rebelled against the Hyksos [Semitic people] who he in turn expelled. His mother was Ahhotep 1. [?Ahinoam, mother of ?Ahimaaz].
     
    Saul and David fought Amalek…Amalekites chief of Edom [Semitic people], Amalek whose mother was Horite [Horus]
     
    Solomons enemy was Hadad chief of Edom [Semitic people]
     
    Ramses II fought the Amorite, Amar [Semitic people]
     
    Humm…Amar = Amalek = Hyksos = Semitic people 

  7. elreb said,

    Breaking down the complexity of post-Abraham Israel may help understand how the 17th, 18th and 19th dynasties of Egypt were more or less one dynasty. 

    Part 1 is to demonstrate how big this family really was then I’ll get into details.

    First issue is to stop using the word “Egypt” and start using first “Nilus”. From here we have Mitzraim for the northern delta area and Kush or Theban for the southern or upper land area. 

    West of “Nilus” was called Libya and East of “Nilus” was called Arabia. 

    Lord of the two lands was more relative to Sumer/Babylon being one land and Nilus being the other land. 

    Israel United:

    Reuben
    Simeon
    Levi
    Judah
    Issachar
    Zebulun
    Dan
    Naphtali
    Gad
    Asher
    Joseph [Ephraim & Manasseh]
    Benjamin

    Northern Kingdom: Reuben, Issachar, Zebulun, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Simeon, Joseph [Ephraim and Manasseh] 

    Southern Kingdom: Judah, Benjamin

    We first note that the division from Northern Kingdom and Southern Kingdom are the same as the divisions of “Nilus”. 

    We second note that the Northern Kingdoms were those of the House of Joseph whose sons were of Royal Egyptian blood. 

    Now Saul on the other hand was of the House of Benjamin and called son of Kish which most likely was son of Kush. He became the House of Saul.

    David was of the House of Judah and called son of Yisay. He became the House of David. 

    To start with…a simple breakdown, the alleged founder of the 18th dynasty was Ahmose 1 and we understand that Saul married Ahinoam, daughter of Ahimaaz. They had four sons and two daughters. The sons were Jonathan, Abinadab, Malchishua and Ish-bosheth [Seqenenre Tao II] their daughters were named Merab and Michal.

    The experts would have you believe that Ahmose 1 was the son of Seqenenre Tao 2 but in reality Seqenenre Tao 2 was “Ish-bosheth” the son of Saul. This would most likely make Ahimaaz = Ahmose 1 because it is also spelled Amasis. 

     Now when they came into the house, as he lay on his bed in his bed-chamber, they smote him, and slew him, and beheaded him, and took his head, and went by the way of the Arabah all night. 

    David had seven brothers and he was the youngest.

    Jesse begot Eliab, Abinadab, Shimea, Nethanel, Raddai, Ozem, and David the seventh. [also Elihu] Now their sisters were Zeruiah and Abigail. 

    David had eight known wives, although he appears to have had children from other women as well:

    * Michal, the second daughter of King Saul was first married to another man
    * Ahinoam of Jezreel
    * Abigail, previously wife of the evil Nabal
    * Maachah
    * Haggith
    * Abital
    * Eglah
    * Bathsheba, previously the wife of Uriah the Heth [Uriyah ha Chiti]

    In his old age he took the beautiful Abishag into his bed for health reasons.

    As given in 1 Chronicles 3, David had sons by various wives and concubines; their names are not given in Chronicles. 

    By Bathsheba/Yuya, his sons were:

    * Shammua
    * Shobab
    * Nathan a prophet
    * Solomon = Ramses II [Sun] = Ahmose II [Moon] 

    His sons born in Hebron by other mothers included:

    * Amnon [Amun] was the progeny of David and Ahinoam 
    * Daniel was the progeny of David and Abigail
    * Absalom was the progeny of David and Maachah
    * Adonijah was the progeny of David and Haggith
    * Shephatiah was the progeny of David and Abital
    * Ithream was the progeny of David and Eglah

    His sons born in Jerusalem by other mothers included:

    * Ibhar
    * Elishua
    * Eliphelet
    * Nogah
    * Nepheg
    * Japhia
    * Elishama
    * Eliada

    According to 2 Chronicles 11:18, another son was born to David who is not mentioned in any of the genealogies:

    * Jerimoth

    David also had at least one daughter, Tamar, progeny of David and Maachah and the full sister of Absalom, who is later raped by her brother Amnon [Amun].

  8. elreb said,

     
    More food:
     
    Jeroboam was born the son of Nebat, an Ephrathite [House of Joseph] from town of Zereda whose mother's name was Zeruah.  Nebat may be a Nabu…of the Nabopolassar or Nebuchadnezzar family like Nabonidus who were connected to the temple of the moon-god Sîn in Harran. Harran was the home town of Abraham.
     
    [Zereda, Zererath, could Xereda = Xerxes.
     
    King Ay/Hystaspes begot Darius/Horemheb who begot Xerxes/Zerxes.
     
     
    Jeroboam (yarobh`am; Hieroboam [Horemheb] commonly held to have been derived from riyb and `am, and signifying "he pleads the people's cause.
     
    He was the first king of the break-away ten tribes or Northern Kingdom of Israel, over whom he reined twenty-two years. He was the son of a widow of Zereda, and while still young was promoted by Solomon to be chief superintendent of the "burnden", the bands of forced laborers.[Temple builders] After the death of Solomon he fled to Mitzraim. 

  9. admin said,

    All very logical.    Yes, I too suspect that the writers of history tried very hard to separate from, hide the ties between, the biblical patriarchs and the royal families of Egypt and Babylon.

  10. elreb said,

     
    To be contemporary with Solomon/Ramses II…I would guess that Amnon was Amenhotep III
     
    Bible lists Amnon’s mother as Ahinoam who was possibly married to both Saul and David.  If so making her the daughter of Ahimaaz/Ahmose 1
     
    Records list Amenhotep III’s mother as Mutemwiya [Mother in/of the divine boat] If so making her the daughter of Artatama 1 of Mitanni.
     
    Mutemwiya is claimed to be the sister of Yuya who married Tuya…who fits perfectly with Tuya being the mother of Solomon/Ramese II.
     
    Remember…Bathsheba [Tuya] was the first wife of Uriah the Heth [Uriyah ha Chiti]
     
    How does Uriyah or Uriah compare to “Yuya”? 

  11. elreb said,

     
    Yuya is described as an “Upper Egypt” noble person of foreign origin [Asiatic] with a son named Anen.
     
    It may be a stretch to collate “Uriyah” to “Yuya” but it is interesting that Mitanni was next door to Hatti…[Home of Abraham]
     
    It is just as interesting comparing names like “Anen” to “Amnon” making me think we are in the same era…
     
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/Near_East_1400_BCE.png
     
    Kassite is also Kushite…

  12. admin said,

    Well, that makes a whole lot more sense than being from 'Ur' near the Persian Gulf – being that Haran was named (?) for his brother.  

  13. elreb said,

     
    Perhaps I wrote that too fast…should have said:
     
    Next door to Hatti…and that Abraham is believed to come from Edessa/Urfa or the “Ur of Kasdim” which is about 25 mile north of Haran or 50 miles north-East of Carchemish…
     
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edessa,_Mesopotamia

  14. admin said,

    Exactly.    For those who are scratching their heads, there were major shifts of power (migrations) from place to place which should be attributed to natural disasters … 

  15. elreb said,

     
    Only because it is current news…the earthquake in Japan…shows…that the “Kraken” water monster cannot be dated.   
     
    I would gather that …it was some event like this…that Perseus was chasing…
     
    First wave…sorry Charley…
     
    This is so Moses…w/o the Volcano…