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
Ancient Egypt knew no Pharaohs
The title might sound a bit strange and perplexing, but throughout the following series of articles I’m going to elaborate on the historical reasons why the rulers of ancient Egypt were called kings and not Pharaohs.
Supported by a serious community of scholars and their amazing findings, the author will reveal one of the biggest acts of deception in history hidden behind the myth of Egyptian Pharaohs.
And yes, the whole story of Egypt ever being ruled by so called Pharaohs is nothing but a pure myth and a blatant deception. as a matter of fact the Exodus story took place in an obscure small Arabian village called Mizraim.
Our research combined with that of a serious community of scholars will expose a staggering two-thousand-year deception.
In the second century BC, the Hebrew Bible was translated to Greek at the legendary library of Alexandria. Seventy Jewish scribes, hence the designation Septuagint Bible, were assigned this task by the Ptolemies in which they cunningly replaced this obscure Mizraim and its Faraon with the mighty Egypt and its king. The Greek forged version, with this malicious distortion of ancient history, has been the source for all translations of the Bible worldwide ever since.
“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, another twisted/misinterpreted Jewish tale that we continue to cling to and hold dear as the only irrefutable truth till this very day. It would make a difference to discover that we had renounced truth and instead embraced falsehood.
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 has 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 exposing the ancient deception and revealing the truth could we untangle this web of antagonism and belligerence we currently endure. Separating the truth from the myth is what we hope to achieve by debunking this myth of Pharaoh/Moses in Egypt.