TIMELINE OF THE REAL HISTORY OF THE HEBREWS BEING DRIVEN OUT OF EGYPT! (See video below)
1,783 BCE: Nile & EGYPT Overthrown by Asiatic Invasion by the Hyksos or Hycsos from West Asia– Avaris, a city in the northeastern region of the Nile Delta, at the hub of Egypt’s delta trading station or emporia, made it a major administrative capital of the Hyksos (Asiatic Semite Hebrew People) and other traders. Avaris was built as the capital of Hyksos. Hyksos were a Semitic Hebrew people of mixed origins from Western Asia, who settled in the eastern Nile Delta. In Ancient Egypt, the term “Asiatic” was used for the Hyksos and those from Iran and beyond. These Asiatic people were the foundation of those who call themselves Hebrews or Canaanites. Term “Hyksos” is Egyptian for “rulers of foreign lands” to describe the rulers of neighboring lands and referred to various Nubian chieftains and to the Semitic chieftains of Syria and Canaan. The Mitannians, who were probably allies of the Kassites with arab roots and spent time in the Caucuses, had horses and chariots, and the horse and crude chariot appeared in Egypt during the Hyksos era. Perhaps the successful invasion of the Hyksos was due to the use of cavalry and bronze age weapons.
1,700 BCE–1,550 BCE: Jerusalem — According to Manetho (via Josephus’ Against Apion), the Hyksos (Asiatic Semite Hebrew People) gradually invaded the region during the Canaanite and New Kingdom Egyptian period.
1,640 BCE-1,532 BCE: Nile River & Egypt — In the 2nd Intermediate Period, an Asian Semite population, the Hyksos (Hebrew People), people from Asia via Canaan, were wandering groups of Semites who had long come to Egypt for trade and gradually seized power in northern Delta of Egypt, eventually adding a new capital in Avaris. One theory is they brought with them a crude horse-driven chariot (during the 15th and 16th dynasties), but oddly the Egyptians used a more advanced two-man chariot with an archer and defeated them and drove them out of Egypt in two waves. Ahmose I of Thebes eventually with great efforts expelled the Hyksos from Egypt around as early as 1,560 BCE to 1532 BCE. It may be this is the REAL STORY behind Bible’s story of Hebrews being driven out of Egypt. The Hyksos practiced horse burials, and their chief deity was the storm god and desert god, Seth. Although most Hyksos names seem Semitic, the Hyksos also included Hurrians, who, while speaking an isolated language, when under the rule and influence of Indo-Europeans. Hyksos were likely Semites who came from the Levant and Canaan. Hyksos were primarily Semites who came from the Levant and Canaan and “remote ancestor” of 1,810s BCE Assyria. The Hyksos brought new musical instruments, foreign usury interest loan words, bronze working, horses, new crops, simple chariots, improved battle axes, composite bow, and advanced fortification techniques to Egypt as experienced traders. Archeologists discovered a large palace complex on the western edge of the old Hyksos capital of Avaris (Tel ed-Daba today), now known as Ezbet Helmi, with ancient gardens containing fragments of Minoan wall-paintings, similar in style to those found in the palace at Knossos in Crete and found in the tombs of Thebes West that influenced some of the 18th Dynasty tomb paintings that appear to include Minoan themes such as the “flying gallop” motif of horses and bulls. The Hyksos were connected with Crete and Knossos, where the name of the Hyksos king Khyan has been found on a lid on Crete. Did the Hyksos once out of grace and power in Egypt, travel to Crete, to continue their culture there eventually being the strange so-called “Sea people” that destroyed civilizations around the eastern Mediterranean Sea?
30 minute video describing the difficult fight the Egyptians had to drive out the Hyksos Asian Semite Hebrews.
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1,550 BCE-1,532 BCE: Nile & EGYPT — Ahmose I of Thebes defeats and expels the Hyksos (Asiatic Semite Hebrew People) from Egypt and destroys their capital Avaris. Ahmose I becomes King (“new kingdom”, 18th dynasty). Titus Flavius Josephus, a Roman-Jewish scholar born in Jerusalem, identifies the Hyksos Semites as the 480,000 Hebrews or Israelites (Hyksos) that left Egypt for Jerusalem as the Egyptians drove them out. Again, it may be this is the REAL STORY behind Bible’s story of Hebrews being driven out of Egypt rather than the 40 years of wondering in the desert and the burning bush.
1,531 BCE-1,155 BCE: The Kassites were people of the ancient Near East, who controlled Babylonia after the fall of the Old Babylonian Empire. The Kassites and Mitannians, were likely allies of the and both had horses and chariots, and may have taken horses to Egypt during the Hyksos invasion and eventual loss to the Egyptians who had greately advance the Hyksos technology. The mixed Asian-Turkic-Caucus Hyksos people were successful in their gradual invasion of Egypt due to their cavalry and clever low-profile infiltration.
1,500 BCE-1,300 BCE: Mitanni or Mitannians were Assyrian from northern Syria and southeast Anatolia (Turkey). The Near Eastern Kassites and Mitannians, were likely allies of the and both had horses and chariots, and may have taken horses to Egypt during the Hyksos invasion and eventual loss to the Egyptians who had greatly advance the Hyksos technology. The mixed Asian-Turkic-Caucus Hyksos people were successful in their invasion of Egypt due to their use of cavalry, but lost 200 years later as the Egyptians grew their technology and defeated them.