Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs: The True History of Religion Revealed

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Edfu Books, 2001 - Bible - 330 pages
There is good evidence to be found within the Bible, Torah and Koran that indicates that the biblical patriarchs were pharaohs of Egypt, they were not poor shepherds but the Hyksos Shepherd pharaohs of Egypt. The biblical exodus was therefore the Hyksos exodus from Egypt, a historical event where some half a million people evacuated Egypt after a civil war with the Theban pharaohs. Having found the biblical Saul in the historical record, it became apparent that there were some 'new' historical references to the biblical Jesus. Jesus was descended from this Hyksos royal vine, a Hyksos prince in exile. He was the governor of Tiberias, the rebel leader who led an army trying to save Jerusalem from the rebel Jewish factions and he died in AD65 after the revolt failed -- some thirty years after the presumed crucifixion. Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs is a new and fantastic adventure through the Biblical texts, with dramatic re-interpretations of the old creed at every twist and turn in the story. Yet despite the unbelievable nature of some of these claims, the fact is that all of the arguments in this book are fully supported by the established Biblical and historical texts. Theologians and historians cannot argue with the underlying thesis in this book: it is written in black and white -- they can only dispute the radical interpretation being placed upon those texts.

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What a fun book! A conspiracy theory in the extreme, but that's okay. Sometimes it's entertaining to simply recognize the parallels--in this case, the strong resemblance between Biblical characters ... Read full review

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