Eden in Egypt

Eden in Egypt

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Eden in Egypt by First Last

Adam and Eve were Pharaoh Akhenaton and Nefertiti.

The Bible says that a river flowed through the Garden of Eden and then split into four branches. There is only one river in the Near East that does exactly this, and that is the long oasis-garden of the Nile valley and its division into the (originally) four branches of the Nile Delta.

This observation takes Ralph into the depths of the Genesis account, and it would seem that Adam and Eve were actually Akhenaton and Nefertiti; and so the Genesis story is actually a distillation of Akhenaton's Hymn to the Aten. Thus the Garden of Eden was originally the Garden of Aten (Akhenaton’s god) at Amarna in Middle Egypt.

The book also demonstrates that Hebrew is a direct descendant of the ancient Egyptian language, and that the Bible was written in Egyptian.

Egyptian Exodus Series:
Sequel to: 'Tempest & Exodus'
Followed by: 'Solomon, Pharaoh of Egypt'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781931882408
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Publication date: 03/28/2005
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x (h) x (d)

About the Author

Ralph Ellis has been touring the Mediterranean and researching Egyptian and biblical history for over 30 years, and his comparisons between the two have greatly assisted our understanding of biblical history. It would appear that much of biblical history was derived from Egypt, and this includes: the history of the patriarchs, the Santorini-Exodus event, the United Monarchy of kings David and Solomon, and the New Testament accounts as well. Jesus, as readers will recall, went to Egypt for his education, and this educational exile was neither coincidental nor made through necessity.
This gradual uncovering of the Egyptian history of the Tanakh and the Gospels has finally delivered the the ultimate in theological discoveries - the real identity of Jesus in the historical record and the location of his palace and small kingdom. But this is a story that should be savored rather than rushed, so readers should start with 'Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs' and then progress to either:

New Testament history:
Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs.
Cleopatra to Christ.
King Jesus.
Jesus, King of Edessa.

Old Testament history:
Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs.
Tempest & Exodus.
Eden in Egypt.
Solomon, Pharaoh of Egypt.
Scota, Egyptian Queen of the Scots.

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