Ancient Egypt Knew No Pharaohs

If you think that history is all about the past …  you’d better think again.

If you think the stories the Hebrew Bible had told about ancient Egypt was the whole truth … you’d better think once again.

And if you Believe that ancient Egypt was ruled by pharaohs … then you’d better read the next lines

Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

King Tutankhamun

Ancient Egypt knew no Pharaohs

Prologue

 The title might sound a bit strange and perplexing, but throughout the following lines I’m going to elaborate on the historical reasons why the rulers of ancient Egypt were called kings and not Pharaohs. And by straightening out this bizarre issue, the Israelite connection will eventually be exposed.

“Kings or pharaohs, what difference does it make?” some might argue.

Well, it would make a world of difference if we discovered that, for thousands of years, we’ve been living a myth that we continue to cling to and hold dear as the only irrefutable truth till this very day.

It would make a world of difference if we knew that what took place at that remote period of time in the ancient Near East, particularly in ancient Egypt, has dramatically shaped, over the centuries and through our willful ignorance, the way we live today with all this web of political, ethnic and religious conflict and intolerance. It is only by unraveling the truth and exposing the myths of that past could we untangle this web of antagonism and belligerence we currently endure. (Continue reading)

 

14 thoughts on “Ancient Egypt Knew No Pharaohs

  1. “The Brotherhood is counting on the new parliament to have considerable political power to eclipse the military until its handover. In the drafting of the new constitution, the Brotherhood wants to curtail the powers of the president, which were nearly unlimited under Mubarak, and give parliament greater authority.

    The group fears that electing the president before rewriting the constitution will bring a head of state with the same overwhelming power.

    “Will (the president) have the same pharaonic powers as Hosni Mubarak had? How do we guarantee that this doesn’t impact the transition to democracy?” said Wahid Abdel-Meguid, leading member of the Brotherhood-led alliance.

    But Islam Lutfi, a former Brotherhood member whose political party backs the initiatives for an early military exit, said the Brotherhood has no clear plan for ensuring the army steps down.

    “They are scared of the military,” said Lutfi, a founder of the Egyptian Current Party. “They are only hungry for the parliament.”

    so here’s a news report featuring real Egyptian citizens speaking in real Egyptian Arabic, referencing the Pharaohs as a real political phenomenom which reverberates down the ages till late December 2011

  2. You have a serious complex mate… why not get a life? (quickly, before the Brotherhood and Salafists ordain one for you… then you can request political asylum with your democratic secular Israeli/te neighbours to the east)

    • Get a life..! why don’t you get realistic and go join the thousands of secular Israelis in their protest against the haredi Jews at Beit Shemesh. they don’t seem better than the salafis, if not worth, afterall the salafis don’t spit on little girls walking down the street wearing a regular school uniform.
      ..And i don’t think you should bother yourself with the paper work needed for political asylum .. for all you have to do is to get back where you came from, before you settled in Palestine.

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    • The etymology of israel is not this simple. Be mindful, you are showing the English spelling of a Hebrew word. Israel most likely is the combination of the words “misra” and “el”. Misra most likely means rule or dominian over, and the obvious mention of the Canaanite god El. It’s not in any way Egyptian.

  5. Ashraf I left a comment on my youtube video you commented on. I am not sure, if it got through to you. So I repost it here:

    Thank you for your feedback. I must say that there is not much of a theory. What we have here is a mere hypothesis. I presented the evidence that speaks against its current formulation in Part II. I think however that with some modifications it can lead the the origin of the Semitic people and this is worth investigating.
    Regarding your thesis of the total absence of Pharaohs. I actually came across your article earlier while researching the claims of the Badr society. Is there a particular reason, that you do not go in your research beyond Akhenaton forward in time? I would recommend you to do a quick research on Siamun, who was a Pharaoh some 200 years after Akhenaton.
    Best wishes

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