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Education Of Yah: Who Is The Pharaoh Moses Stands Up To?

We have been talking about how Abba Yah wages wars. How He is the one who Fights them For us. The Exodus and Freedom of the Hebrews from Egypt is the same. Abba Yah came and fought for His People. Who are His People? Those who Believe in His Holy Name and know He is True Creator.

Let us begin this sermon by identifying who the Pharaoh was in Egypt during Moses time. For this we need to know when Moses received the Law.


And it came to pass in the first year of the exodus of the children of Israel out of Egypt, in the third month, on the sixteenth day of the month, [2450 Anno Mundi] that God spake to Moses, saying: 'Come up to Me on the Mount, and I will give thee two tables of stone of the law and of the commandment, which I have written, that thou mayst teach them.'

The 3rd month of the Hebrew calendar is May-June or Sivan. Remember Hebrew months are divided in the middle of the month and the 1st month is March- April as it should be because according to the Book of Enoch, Jubilees and the Encyclopedia March is the Messiah's Birthday, The True New Year and the First Jubilee of the Year. Most months have 30 days except those that have the solstices and the equinoxes for these are the Jubilees of the Year as mentioned in The Book of Jubilees and proven in the Book of Enoch. (For more information please read the sermons on sun, pyramids and changing of time.)

Jubilees is very specific in time. Is this time accurate with what history tells us? Yes, as always it aligns with historical information.

What is the Current Year in Hebrew?

It is the Year 5782.

When did Moses Receive The Law and The Commandments?

[2450 Anno Mundi]

This means 5782-2450= 3332

3332 years ago Moses was alive and received the Law and The Commandment from Abba Yah.

When You Google What Happened 3332 years ago you get:

The Law was given 3332 years ago. Before the Law we could not fully understand what God desired of us. After the Law was given, we understood what He desired of us, but found it impossible to keep the Law based on our own merit.

Raise your hands if you know who King Tutankhamun or King Tut was?

National Geographic states:

"Short Reign, Lasting Impact of King Tut Tutankhamun was a pharaoh during ancient Egypt's New Kingdom era, about 3,300 years ago. He ascended to the throne at the age of 9 but ruled for only ten years before dying at 19 around 1324 B.C. "

"Tutankhamun (sometimes called “King Tut”) was an ancient Egyptian king. He ruled from 1333 BCE until his death in 1323 BCE."

These two major sites are off about a year on the death, but that is not the point. The point of this sermon is to inform you of what Pharaoh's were alive during the Time of Moses. The Bible doesn't include names, just says Pharaoh. This is why knowing history and Abba Yah's True Words are Important.

This means Moses was also in the presence of King Akhenaten who is Tut's father.

Tutankhamun was nine years of age when he ascended to the throne after the death of King Akhenaten’s coregent, Smenkhkare. Shortly after his coronation, Tutankhamun was married to Ankhesenpaaton, Akhenaten’s third daughter and (probably) the eldest surviving princess of the royal family. “The boy king” was counseled by two chief advisers, Ay and Horemheb.

When you Google Search: When was the Exodus, you will get a result of 1446 BC. As you know this cannot be accurate as 3332 years ago according to History, Moses Receives the Laws and Commandments from Abba Yah on Mt. Siani.

The Law was given 3332 years ago. Before the Law we could not fully understand what God desired of us. After the Law was given, we understood what He desired of us, but found it impossible to keep the Law based on our own merit.

We know the Exodus was 3332 years ago based on Jubilees and Real Hebrew Time.

King Ay Ruled Next after King Tut

Ay, also spelled Aye, (flourished 14th century BCE), king of ancient Egypt (reigned 1323–19 BCE) of the 18th dynasty, who rose from the ranks of the civil service and the military to become king after the death of Tutankhamen.

However, we are going to focus on Akhenaten as this is the Pharaoh of Moses. They all are, but Akhenaten matters.

Sigmund Freud, father of psychoanalysis, was the first to suggest a connection between Moses and Akhenaten. In his last book Moses and Monotheism, published in 1939, Freud argued that biblical Moses was an official in the court of Akhenaten, and an adherent of the Aten religion.

Since we know that Hebrew was before hieroglyphics and all the languages at The Tower of Bable were confounded, we can safely say that Akhenaten was either listening to Moses about One Creator, or Akhenaten was remembering and maybe found some old knowledge. We do need to remember that Egypt is named after Ham's son Mitzraim, and that Ham was the son of Noah. Therefore, there should always be similarities in religions, history, and evidence.

It blows my mind how there are so many sites that say Moses learned from Akhenaten and thus this is where Hebrew/Israel comes from, and the belief in One Creator. I'm sorry but that then takes away from Abraham, Noah, and the other patriarchs that lived and died and that history has proven to have existed, when monotheism existed before Moses.

Kings Akhenaten and Tut are the Pharaoh's of Moses. The Book of Jubilees and time prove this to be true.

The Jerusalem Post

"There is nothing in the Egyptian records linking Ramesses to the Exodus, and indeed nothing at all in the records about the Israelites and their slavery...

The time of the escape would have been about 1330 BCE, as King Tut reigned from about 1334 to 1325 BCE...

That date fits in well with two fixed dates given in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). It says that the Children of Israel were in Egypt for 430 years (Exodus 12:40), which would place their entry in about 1760 BCE, which corresponds in time to the entry of the Hyksos from Syria, with whom the ancient historian Josephus links the Israelites. And, according to the Book of Kings 6:1, the Temple of Solomon was built 480 years, which means 12 biblical generations, after the Exodus.

But in actual years that is better counted as 360 years, or 30 years per generation, rather than 40, and that would place the Temple at about 970 BCE, quite contemporary to when most scholars place it, at around 950 BCE.

The date of the Exodus at about 1330 BCE also fits in well with the fall of the walls of Jericho, which its British excavator Kathleen Kenyon placed during the fourteenth century BCE.


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