WHO ARE THE HEBREWS?               


The first meeting between Moses and God is very puzzling; it seems that neither Moses nor the Jews worshipped Yehowah or El Shaday, evident by Moses insistence that God tells him his name so he can tell the Hebrews. It is as if the people of Israel worshiped more than one god and Moses wanted to know which one is the one speaking to him.

After some reflection a more serious problem came to mind. I recognized that it makes no sense that a large group of people, as large as 600,000 Hebrews lived for hundreds of years in Egypt without any mention in Egyptian or other history. It makes the whole exodus sound like a myth. The Torah rarely tells the whole truth in one place and it doesn’t lie… I therefore set out to look for Egyptian history to see if there is any mention of a group of people that left Egypt about 1500 b.c.


The Hyksos

As it turns out the Aamu from Avaris, known to us as the Hyksos, a name given to them by the Greeks, matches this perfectly. They ruled over Egypt and left or were kicked out about 1500 b.c., about the same time the Hebrews left Egypt. The only two ancient historians who wrote about it believed the Aamu/Hyksos the people from Avari(s) are the Am Evri, The Hebrew Nation of the Torah. Manetho, an Egyptian priest, as noted by Josephus, the Hebrew priest, fails to distinguish the Hebrews from the Aamu, claimed that the Aamu (Hyksos) settled in Jerusalem after their expulsion from Egypt. This simply means that the entire Aamu people left or was kicked out of Egypt about the same time the Hebrews left. Since there is no other group mentioned in Egyptian or other writings, leaving us with the only reasonable conclusion that the Hebrews are the Aamu from Avaris, which the Bible calls AM (aamu) EVRI (avari(s)), The Hebrew Nation, otherwise the Torah is a myth.


Who are the Aamu?

The Hyksos is a name that Greeks made up. The Semitic people who ruled Egypt for a time called themselves Aamu or the people of Avaris, their capital; they were either invaders or settled in Upper Egypt.  The 17th century BC saw 2 separate dynasties were established. The 15th dynasty (1674-1567 BC) of the great AAMU kings dominated the Hyksos vassal chiefs of the 16th dynasty (1684-1567 BC). Egyptians called these kings "rulers of foreign lands," translated in Egyptian as "hega-khase". Greek authors later rendered this as "Hyksos," which we are told was mistranslated as "shepherd kings". This describes perfectly the sons of Israel who were Shepherds.  The Egyptians called the Aamu Hatwaret which means "house of the department" and denotes the capital of an administrative division of the land (Joseph and his Hebrew tax collectors).The Aamu were recognized by Egyptians and listed as legitimate kings, but no tombs from these half a dozen rulers have been found and their personal names were non-Egyptian. Their name Khase could have been referring to their Abramic/Hebrew origins as a priest from Kasdim, thus Khase could have meant “a kasite”, the English Chaldeans, the city Abraham came from.

Historians confirm that they ruled Egypt for couple of hundred years, finally expelled 3500 years ago, about the time the Hebrews left, the Pharoh AHMOSE which strangely enough means the Brother of Moses in Hebrew took the credit for ousting them. Moses a prince was probably his brother this might explain why the Egyptian tried to erase any memory of the Aamu from their recorded history. So it seems that the names, time frame and historical records correspond to the time the Hebrews (the AVRI) left Egypt. Finally, wall depictions of the Aamu Avaris show them wearing garb of multiple colors.


The Jewish historian Josephus, in his Contra Apionem, claims that Manetho said that though in the main they were Hebrews not all the Aamu were Israelites. It is confirmed in Exodus that a great mixed multitude came out of Egypt with Moses (Exodus 12:38). What we seem to have here is a group of Asiatic who settle in Egypt who called themselves Aamu who built their capital in Upper Egypt and called it Avaris. Therefore when the Bible calls them Evri it is might be referring to the Evri which the Egyptian knew as the people of Avari(s).


The Egyptian historian "Manetho" (305–282 B.C.), writes about this expulsion: "And it was also reported that the priest, who ordained their polity and their laws, was by birth of Heliopolis, and his name was Osarsiph from Osyris, who was the god of Heliopolis; but that when he was gone over to these people, his name was changed, and he was called Moses".

The reason not much is mentioned about them is because when the Avaris/Hyksos were finally driven out by the Egyptians, the Egyptians g attempted to stamp out every piece of evidence that the Avaris had ever lived. We only know of their rule from neighboring countries historical records, but the Egyptian history tells us almost nothing of it until Manetho

By main force they easily seized it without striking a blow; and having overpowered the rulers of the land, they then burned our cities ruthlessly, razed to the ground the temples of gods...Finally, they appointed as king one of their number whose name was Salitis." Manetho

The supreme object of Aamu worship based on archeological findings are Sutekh and Baal of Western Asia, and the Egyptian Set, Ptah and Amun. This finally explains why Moses kept asking God for a name, the Hebrews and the multitude around them adopted some of the Egyptian Gods.

The naked Archeologist reported that they found in excavations in Avaris 9 seals used by officials with the name of Yacob” inscribed on them. Cave writing “el save me” confirm they worshiped the God El (El Shadai is the Hebrew God). The name "Jacob-El" is found on a number of Avaris Scarabs


The deed of erasing the Hebrews/Avaris from Egyptian history was completed four hundred years later when the Egyptians decided to rename Avaris calling it Pi Ramsses. That means that the Biblical claim the Hebrews built the city Ramses was true because they built Avaris which had its name changed to Ramses.  But even more important the statement was prophetic. At the time this was written the city name was still Avaris. The other reason not many archaeologists seek the origin of the Aamu kings, is because of they lack of gigantic monuments, self-glorifying statuary and self-serving temples such as those which so often drained Egypt, therefore there was “no money” in searching for their past.

During the rule of the Semitic chieftains Egypt leaped forward into a new era, advancing enormously in every field of knowledge and endeavor. Wise men came and taught astronomy, and medicine, and mathematics. The great mathematical Rhind papyrus, now in the British Museum, was produced during this period. Thus, although the chieftains sculpted no great statues of themselves, nor fashioned idols of fabulous gods, the arts they infused into Egyptian culture were more durable than the stone and benefited all Egyptians. The rule of the Aamu resulted in a period of peace and prosperity

The Egyptian boats could not be managed easily on the high seas, for they had no keel. The Aamu (Hyksos) had long incorporated a keel, which stabilized their ships and made them easier to maneuver, safer and seaworthy. Consequently, trade with the islands of the Mediterranean blossomed, and Egypt became a more essential factor in the Egyptian advancement. Because of Egypt's previous isolation from the outside world, cultural and technological growth was often stagnant, until the Avaris broke this tradition.


Baher Youseff, Joseph's Sea: the single most important construction project that increased Egyptian irrigable lands was a product of Jewish planning and execution.  The Nile River with a portion of Youseph's Canal visible, running parallel to the Nile, and extending into the Fayoum Oasis was seen in Image from the NASA Terra Satellite MODIS. A canal system that parallels the Nile River and brings water to the Fayoum Oasis, south of Cairo existed for at least 3500 years. A dam was built in such a way that when the Nile flooded the lake would grow to an enormous size. Then when the Nile stopped flooding the lake would drain back through the canal, feeding the Nile and improving the flow of water to Lower Egypt.

Whitehouse presented a proposal in 1883 in London, that rebuilding Joseph's massive canal system was the answer to Egypt's water needs. His recommendation was ignored until Sir Alan Gardiner restated the theory of Whitehouse almost a century later, at which time scientists finally came to appreciate the value of the ancient system, and the entire irrigation system was reconstructed. The modern system now supports vast farmlands and the largest oasis in Egypt with a population of 2 million people. However, the modern canal is largely a reconstruction of an ancient system that was originally built during Egypt's 12th dynasty. As the legendary name implies, the canal is believed to have been an engineering project that was under the oversight of Joseph the 11th son of Jacob following the infamous famine in Egypt.  The Pharaoh confirms this indirectly by announcing that Joseph will be in charge of running the whole country not because he was a seer of dreams but because he was very smart to come up with such idea and no doubt was the only one who knew how to build it.   Herodotus wrote: "The water of the lake does not come out of the ground, which is here extremely dry, but is introduced by a canal from the Nile."

Josephus Flavius quoting passages concerning the Hyksos from Manetho's Aegyptiaca

Flavius Josephus: Against Apion 

Book 1, section 73
Under a king of ours named Timaus (Tutimaeus) God became angry with us, I know not how, and there came, after a surprising manner, men of obscure birth from the east, and had the temerity to invade our country, and easily conquered it by force, as we did not do battle against them. After they had subdued our rulers, they burnt down our cities, and destroyed the temples of the gods, and treated the inhabitants most cruelly; killing some and enslaving their wives and their children. 

Then they made one of their own king. His name was Salatis; he lived at Memphis, and both the upper and lower regions had to pay tribute to him. He installed garrisons in places that were the most suited for them. His main aim was to make the eastern parts safe, expecting the Assyrians, at the height of their power, to covet his kingdom, and invade it. In the Saite Nome there was a city very proper for this purpose, by the Bubastic arm of the Nile. With regard to a certain theologic notion it was called Avaris. He rebuilt and strengthened this city by surrounding it with walls and by stationing a large garrison of two hundred and forty thousand armed men there. Salitis came there in the summer, to gather corn in order to pay his soldiers, and to exercise his men, and thus to terrify foreigners.

Tethmosis, son of Alisphragmuthosis, attempted to take the city by force and by siege with four hundred and eighty thousand men surrounding it. But he despaired of taking the place by siege, and concluded a treaty with them, that they should leave Egypt, and go, without any harm coming to them, wherever they wished. After the conclusion of the treaty they left with their families and chattels, not fewer than two hundred and forty thousand people, and crossed the desert into Syria. Fearing the Assyrians, who dominated over Asia at that time, they built a city in the country which we now call Judea. It was large enough to contain this great number of men and was called Jerusalem. 

Book 1, section 93

I shall quote Manetho again, and what he writes as to the order of the times in this case. He says "After this people or shepherds had left Egypt to go to Jerusalem, Tethmosis, who drove them out, was king of Egypt and reigned for twenty five years and four months, and then died; ..." 

"These people, whom we have called kings before, and shepherds too, and their descendants," as he says, "held Egypt for five hundred and eleven years. Then," he says, "the kings of Thebes and the other parts of Egypt rose against the shepherds, and a long and terrible war was fought between them."   

My personal Conclusion:

It is likely that the Aamu did not actually attack the Egyptian but rather lived there, managed the lands as Joseph’s officials and eventually became rulers of the land. It seems the Egyptians were very embarrassed about their part in this story and therefore erased it from their own history.  Unfortunately even today the Egyptians are continuing this line of behavior by restricting the digs around Avaris.

The Hebrews built Avaris and resided in it, because of Joseph’s family position as a tax collectors the Hebrews later ruled Egypt from Avaris. 400 years later the Egyptians in an effort to erase the memory of the Hebrews changed its name to Pi Ramses. It is why the bible that was written 400 prior to the name change, says the Hebrews built Ramses, it is because they built Avaris and god knew they will change the name to Ramses (the best way to predict the future is to create it). The Hebrews –From Avari are the original decedents of “Avram haevri” “Avram the crosser”. The reason this in not clear is because the Egyptian were obviously worried about Hebrews claiming this land and worse yet the Egyptian didn’t want for it to come out that the Amou, the Hebrews ruled over Egypt and were responsible to a lot of technical advances, they therefore erased any memory of the Hebrews by breaking every statue and erasing any writing about them and finally erasing their city. We know about them from writing of the surrounding countries, not one word is to be found in Egyptian history. Joseph was not chosen to lead Egypt because he was a seer of dreams, the Pharaoh said he was chosen for being very smart. The Egyptian are trying to hide the fact that Yoseph a Jew built Bahar Yooseph, “the ocean of Joseph”  the single most beneficial project to Egyptian life.

 All record indicate that we the Amou Ivri gave the Egyptian a lot of new technology that helped them built an empire and then were taken away by the ones who gave us Torah. God brought us to Egypt and then returned us to the country pre-chosen not by the Hebrews but  by God.


The Hebrew had in their hand the Torah, the secret book of the Egyptian god Thoth, “who expresses in words the wishes of Ra,” Tho-ra.  One disappears while the other appears as if from nowhere. Both books were reported as, “written with the finger of god.”  Both Jews and Egyptians make the identical claim that Thoth/Yhwh (one and the same) inscribed, “All of the secrets of the universe”.  Unless we understand that the Torah, the book of Tho starts out describing  Ra/Yhwh, talking to a very smart snake god Tho? Enki who is not really a talking snake but the god Tho/Enki (double snake as emblem) than we can’t hope to understand the Torah. Two gods created the world (that is why the Torah starts with the letter B not A). “veyar ki tov” and he saw it was good” Yar is Ra and Tov is Tho. The fact is that Neither Egyptian, Israelis know that the secret lost book of Tho is the Torah, hidden all along in plain sight but in bible form.  Bi ble = in it confounded. This happened earlier in Ba bel = in it confounded.

Unfortunately though the Moslems claim to believe in Nabi Moosa and the Torah, and though they believe that they are the descendants of Ishmael the son of “Avram Haevri”  uncle to Jacob/Israel, making them all Hebrews. They decided to ignore the decree of the Moslem Christian and Jewish god the one we call Alla Yhwh Tho Ra or Brahma, that the land of Israel belongs forever to the Israelites, which He calls “my son my first born” dragging them through the desert for 40 years in preparation of entering His chosen country. God is talking about Israel the second son of Isaac as god’s first born, artificial insemination like Jesus? Read the scriptures God never changes his mind!!! (if he did he wouldn’t be much of a god). Not according to the Torah New testament, or Koran. Let me repeat it” if one believes scriptures then one knows that it is not Israel’s wish but the Moslem’s god Allah who wished that the Israelite occupy the land of Israel!! But why? What’s so great about it?

I believe:  The real importance of the geography of Israel is not known to us yet. The people of Israel are as god says a nation of priests. There is a big chance that a structure will rise mysteriously from the ground while the other half will be lowered from the heaven (easy for high tech Aliens). That god will reside in Jerusalem, which then becomes the universal Vatican and that the sons of Israel will remain his priests the keepers of the gates to the land of god. This was never about the past…this was always about the future.