Bible: Allegorical Literature
The first five chapters of the Bible are called Book of Moses (Pentateuch), but Jews didn’t come into existence until 861 AD. Bulan Sabriel was the first Khazar King. He led the conversion of Khazars to Judaism. He adopted Judaism for the Jews. How can the first five books of the Old Testament be called the “Books of Moses” when Moses was born 147 years after the writing of these books?
European Jews do not show up until the sixth century AD, but in the Bible supposedly written from the Pyramid Texts dating c. 2400-2300 BC – Genesis - Chapter 10: Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood. 10:03: And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah (4000 years ago). How is that possible?
The Ptolemaic Kingdom was a Hellenistic empire based in Egypt creating Greek cities and nations in Asia and Africa. The Ptolemaic Kingdom was founded in 305 BCE by Ptolemy I Soter. He declared himself Pharaoh of Egypt and created a powerful European dynasty that ruled an area stretching from southern Syria to Cyrene and south to Nubia. Alexandria became the capital city and a major center of Greek culture and trade.
To gain recognition by the indigenous Egyptian populace, the Ptolemy named themselves successors to the Pharaohs. The later Ptolemy’s took on Egyptian traditions by marrying their siblings, had themselves portrayed on public monuments in Egyptian style and dress, and participated in Egyptian religious life.
Ptolemy I Soter I (the Savior), also known as Ptolemy c. 367 BC – 283 BC was a Macedonian general under Alexander the Great who became ruler of Egypt (323–283 BC) and founder of both the Ptolemaic Kingdom and the Ptolemaic Dynasty and demanded the title “pharaoh.”
Arius of Libya (256-336 AD) was a popular preacher from Alexandria, Egypt who taught that Christ was not divine but created which made him a primary topic of the First Council of Nicea convened by Roman Emperor Constantine in AD 325. Alexander assembled a council of Egyptian bishops in 320 and toppled Arius for heresy. Arius fought back and went to Palestine canvassing support from other Eastern bishops. Arius' theology taught there was a time before the Son of God, when only God the Father existed. the debate over the Son’s precise relationship to the Father.
The Arian (Arius) concept of Christ is that the Son of God did not always exist, but was created by—and is therefore distinct from—God the Father. This belief is grounded in the Gospel of John (14:28): "You heard me say, 'I am going away and I am coming back to you.' If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I."
The patriarch of the Hebrew Jews is Amenemhet the first and that his biblical name is Abraham. Egyptology experts interpret this as factual evidence the biblical Jacob and the hyksos King Yakubher were one of the same. Moses closely matches Thutmosis the third, even the names Moses and Thutmosis are almost identical.
The resulting shortened chronology identifies Pharaoh Hatshepsut as the Queen of Sheba, while her sister Neferbity was probably the daughter of Pharaoh (Thutmosis I) whom King Solomon married. The great pharaoh Thutmosis III would have been the pharaoh named in the Bible as Shishak who looted Jerusalem. Pharaoh Amenhotep II was probably the king named in the Bible as Zerah, the Ethiopian who fought against King Solomon’s great grandson, King Asa.
Pharaoh Sesostris I is identified as the pharaoh who appointed Joseph over Egypt, with Joseph himself possibly being identified as Mentuhotep, Sesostris’ vizier or prime minister. Sesostris III would have been the pharaoh who oppressed the Israelite slaves, and Sobekneferu, the daughter of Amenemhet III, was the princess who rescued Moses from the Nile. Neferhotep I was the pharaoh who refused to let the Israelites go and who subsequently drowned in the Red Sea with his army. The Amalekites were the mysterious Hyksos who invaded Egypt after the Egyptian army was destroyed. Going further back in history, Khufu was probably the pharaoh that Abraham met when he visited Egypt.
Biblical Characters are based on Egyptian Pharaohs
One common link in this bloodline is Philip of Macedonia (382-336BC), who married Olympias, and their son was Alexander the Great (356-323BC), who plundered that key region of Greece, Persia, Syria, Phoenicia, Egypt, Babylon, the former lands of Sumer, and across into India before dying in Babylon at the age of 33. During his rule of Egypt he founded the city of Alexandria, one the greatest centers for esoteric knowledge in the ancient world. The bloodline and the hidden advanced knowledge have always gone together.
This key bloodline comes down through the most famous Egyptian queen, Cleopatra (60-30BC), who married the Roman Emperor, Julius Caesar, and bore him a son, who became Ptolemy XIV. She also bore twins with Mark Anthony, who has his own connections to this line and its many offshoots; this bloodline connects to Herod the Great, the "Herod" of the Jesus stories, and continues to the Roman Piso family who, as wrote the Gospel stories and invented the mythical figure called Jesus!!; the same bloodline includes Constantine the Great, the Roman Emperor who, in 325AD, turned Christianity, based on his ancestors' stories, into the religion we know today, and King Ferdinand of Spain and Queen Isabella of Castile, the sponsors of Christopher Columbus, who instigated the horrific Spanish Inquisition (1478-1834) in which people were tortured and burned at the stake for in any way questioning the basis of the religion their various ancestors had created.
The most used version of the Bible (King James Bible) was commissioned and sponsored by another strand in the same bloodline, King James 1st of England. Just a coincidence? The line of James, according to genealogy sources listed below, can be traced back to 1550 BC and beyond and includes many Egyptian pharaohs, including Rameses II and currently every American President.
This bloodline also includes the Habsburgs, the most powerful family in Europe under the Holy Roman Empire; Geoffrey Plantagenet. The royal Plantagenet dynasty in England; King John signed the Magna Carta, King Henry I, II and III, which was extremely close to the Tempelknäktarna (Knights Templar) and King John, Mary Stuart and the Stuart Dynasty, including King James I of England, was the sponsor the King James Bible version, King George I, II and III, Edward I, II and III, Queen Victoria, Edward VII, George V and VI, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Elizabeth's other offspring, Anne, Andrew and Edward, Princes William and Harry from Charles' marriage to Princess Diana.
Findings from The Scientist (2012) contradict previous assertions that Ashkenazi mitochondrial lineages originated in the Near East. It also refutes the notion lineages originated from mass conversions to Judaism in the Khazar Kingdom which is an empire in the north Caucasus region between Europe and Asia lasting from the 7th century to the 11th century whose leaders adopted Judaism. The findings were that most of the maternal lineages don’t trace to the north Caucasus, which would be a proxy for the Khazariam, or to the Near East, but most of them emanate from Europe.
22 Books mentioned in the Bible that are not part of the "Today's Bible":