Will the real Moses kindly step forward? (Part 3)

In Part 2, I presented the first ever clear historical context that showed why I assert that Joseph and Moses were in fact contemporaries. It is a must-read for everything else to make sense as we head towards identifying the third and final candidate for the historical identity of the evidently composite biblical character “Moses”.

Therein, I showed that Moses was based in Lower Egypt (the north), from where he “worked” Thothmoses III, the pharaoh of all Egypt, while Joseph was busy working the Royal House of Upper Egypt (the south) – close relatives of the Pharaoh. As such, the biblical “pharaoh” that Joseph (Yuya) so impressed was not Pharaoh Thothmoses III himself, but a southern royal (indeed Yuya’s career began in the south). In fact, “Upper” (the highlands) and “Lower” (the delta area) refer to altitude and not latitude. The regions had rejoined as “the United Two Lands” ever since Ahmoses’ takeover a few decades before.

I have, in Part 1 and many other articles, explained in detail why Lower Egypt (the north) was called “Israel” (I-sira-El: El’s shield) in the Old Testament – a secret name and objective that rarely came to light in Egypt’s history. Lower Egypt, I uncovered, was to serve as a buffer-zone to shield off curious Africans in Upper Egypt from the shems (spacecraft) that were hidden in the mountain silos of Canaan, and Abraham (widely unmasked as the Asiatic/Aryan pharaoh Mehibre of the 9th Dynasty) was specially chosen for this. In fact, the very epithet a-khety (“a kgethi”: rendered “Achtoes” in Greek) that was appended to his name expressly means “the chosen” in Setswana. Mohibiru-a-kheti thus meant “the chosen Red One”. (“Red”, I revealed, (i.e. hibiru, now hibidu in Setswana) – the eponymous name he gave to his followers, the “Hebrews” – was itself an epithet that referred to his light skin that turned red in Egypt’s harsh sun.)

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