According to Sefer haYashar (Book of YAHshur), the second to the last pharoah of Egypt (whose army would drown in the sea), the one referred to by biblical historians as “the pharaoh of the oppression” lived a remarkable 94 years. It is his death that HaShem referred to, telling Moshe, “all who seek your life have died”. The name of this sadistic tyrant was “Melol“, although we who suffered from his cruelty called him “Maror”. His firstborn son should have inherited his throne, but was found to be mentally incompetent. His brother Adikam, at the age of 20, became the next pharaoh, reigning four years—which explains how he escaped the destruction of the firstborn.
Consider the “Kings List, a record of seventy-five kings from the First to the 19th Dynasty” carved on the wall of the ancient temple at Abydos in Southern Egypt. Lo and behold, among the very last pharaohs of Old Kingdom—before it utterly crashed due to “natural disasters” according to the Egyptologists—was Pepi II, also called “Merire“. (There was no hieroglyph for the “l” sound, so “l” was pronounced as “r”, like in Japanese. M-r-r = M-l-l). He enjoyed the longest reign in Egyptian history: a stunning 94 years… His reign is also recorded in the Turin Royal Canon (the official name for an ancient papyrus housed in Turin, Italy, with information about the pharaohs of the past) as being succeeded by a son who reigned only a year, preceding the last, reign of the dynasty. Although this may seem to contradict Sefer haYashar, it doesn’t: the events of the death of pharaoh “Maror”, Moshe’s return to Egypt, and the beginning of the ‘Ten Strikes’ (Ten Plagues) to Egypt all took the span of a year. Now according to tradition, pharoah “Maror” suffered from an incurable skin disease for years. By the time he died, his body was already in an advanced state of decay. During his father’s last years and even the short-lived rule of his handicapped brother, Adikam may have fulfilled the functions of leadership, thus being remembered in Sefer haYashar as direct successor to Malul.
Who replaces “Neferkare the Younger” (Adikam) when he disappears from history? No surprise here: there was no mail heir to the thrown… a woman becomes pharoah… Something must have happened to his firstborn son.
What is incredible is that this amazing correlation, besides proving the authenticity of our Oral history, proves that the last pharaohs of Egypt (before YHWH brought it to its knees) were the last pharaohs of the 6th dynasty, which we know to be the fall of the Old Kingdom. Housed in the Museum of Leiden (Netherlands) is a damaged, ancient Egyptian papyrus, known to us as the Admonitions of Ipuwer. It is a list of dreadful events that shook the Egyptian nation to its very foundations at the time… It is dated to the end of the Old Kingdom: the same final days of Pepi II and Neferkare the Younger (Malul and Adikam)… and it reads like a newscast straight from the scene of the Ten Strikes (Ten Plagues). I quote from Riddle of the Exodus (In all quotes, the use of boldface and italics are my own additions):
2332-2283 BCE: Meryre Pepi I
2283-2278 BCE: Merenre Nemtyemsaf I son of Pepi I
2278-2184 BCE: Neferkare Pepi II (Adikam) Pharaoh of Oppression
2200–2199 BCE: Neferka, Imcompetant brother of PepiII
2184 BCE: Merenre Nemtyemsaf II son of Pepi II (Adikam)
2184–2181 BCE: Neitiqerty Siptah the legendary queen Nitocris Short Reign
6th Dynasty ends abburptly with no Heirs
We can't be sure of these dates because Archeaology and Acadamia refuses to verify the correct dates so these events can not be tied to the destruction of the canibal like Minoans of Atlantis of which would have had to also effect the coastline between lower Egypt and Goshen with a title wave. This one event could have been the source of the plagues of Egypt.
Adikam alias Merenre Nemtyemsaf II (Menthesouphis), son of Pepi II the Pharaoh of YAHqob's namesake's Oppression, Reined 1 year and 1 month, left no heirs, ended the 6th Dynasty and was the Pharaoh of Exodus
CHAPTER 40--The Remaining Twenty-one Kings of Canaan, fearing the Sons of YAHqob, make a permanent Peace with them.
CHAPTER 41--Yoseph, the Son of YAHqob, Dreams of his Future Exaltation over his Brethren. Being his Father's Favorite, his Brethren become Jealous. Yoseph is sent to Visit his Brethren. They conspire against him, and at the Suggestion of Reuben Place him in a Pit.
CHAPTER 42--Yoseph is sold to a company of Midianites, who in Turn sold him to the Ishmaelites, who take him down to Egypt. An account of his Journey thither, and of his Affliction on the Road.
CHAPTER 43--Reuben's Anguish at not Finding Yoseph in the Pit. The Brothers contrive to Deceive their Father by Dipping his coat in Blood. YAHqob's Anguish at the loss of his Son.
CHAPTER 44--Yoseph is sold to Potiphar, an Officer of Pharaoh. Zelicah, the Wife of Potiphar, seeks to entice Yoseph to do Evil, but all her advances are Rejected. Is Falsely Accused by her and is brought 5
to Judgment. Is Acquitted by his Judges, but for the Sake of the Report against Potiphar's Wife, he is cast into Prison.
CHAPTER 45--An Account of the Families of YAHqob's Sons.
CHAPTER 46--Yoseph Interprets the Dreams of his Fellow-Prisoners.
CHAPTER 47--Yitschaq Blesses his two Sons and Dies. His Property is Divided. Esau takes all the personal Property and Yacob chooses the Inheritance of the Land of Canaan, with the Cave of Machpelah for a Burying Place.
CHAPTER 48--Pharaoh's Dreams. Not Receiving a Satisfactory Interpretation from the Magicians, he orders the Wise Men to be Slain. The King's Butler makes Yoseph's Gifts known to Pharaoh. Yoseph is Brought before the King, who Relates his Dreams to him. Yoseph, by the Gift of YAHWEH, Interprets them. A great Famine Predicted.
CHAPTER 49--Pharaoh Assembles all the Great Men of the Kingdom, and desires to appoint Yoseph to Govern Egypt. They Object because he cannot speak all the Seventy Languages of the Earth. An Heavenly Messenger visits Yoseph and teaches him all the Languages of the Earth. When brought before the King, Yoseph's Wisdom and Knowledge please Pharaoh and all the Princes of Egypt, and he is appointed the Second to the King, and all authority is given him. Yoseph is made Wealthy and clothed in Princely apparel and proclaimed Governor of Egypt. Is given the Daughter of Potiphar for a Wife.
CHAPTER 50--Yoseph goes to help the Ishmaelites against their Enemies. Great Plenty prevails in Egypt as Yoseph predicted. Yoseph's Two Sons, Manasseh and Ephraim. Yoseph stores up Food throughout Egypt. That stored by the Egyptians is spoiled. The Famine prevails over all the Land and Yoseph sells corn to all the Egyptians and the surrounding Nations. Knowing that his Brethren will have to come to Egypt for Corn, he arranges to meet them when they come.
CHAPTER 51--YAHqob sends his Ten Oldest Sons to Egypt for Food. Tells them not to enter in at one gate but to go in Separately. On the way they Covenant together to seek for Yoseph, and if they cannot ransom him they resolve to take him by force. They enter in at ten gates, and spread themselves to seek for Yoseph three days. Yoseph, in the meantime, has his men Seeking them. When found they are brought before Yoseph who accuses them of being Spies. Yoseph sends his Brethren home with corn, while Simeon is kept as a hostage till they shall again come to Egypt with their Younger Brother. They are astonished to find their Money in their sacks of corn.
CHAPTER 52--YAHqob's sorrow at the absence of Simeon; Refuses to let Benjamin go. But when he and his Household become pinched with hunger, Yahudah pleads for Benjamin. Tells his Father of the great splendor and Authority of the Governor of Egypt and offers himself as Security for his Younger Brother. YAHqob consents and sends his Sons again to Egypt with a conciliatory Letter and Present to the Governor.
CHAPTER 53--YAHqob's Sons again go to Egypt for Bread. Benjamin is presented before Yoseph. Yoseph's Cup. Yoseph's conduct towards Benjamin by which he makes himself known to him. Resolves to prove his Brethren by taking away Benjamin from them, and puts his Cup in Benjamin's sack of corn and sends them Home to their Father. An Officer is sent after them who accuses them of purloining his Master's Cup. Brings them back to Yoseph. Benjamin is taken from them by force, and they are told to go on their way.
CHAPTER 54--Yahudah breaks through the Door to get to Yoseph and Benjamin. He recounts the many Mighty Deeds of his Brethren and threatens to destroy all Egypt if Benjamin be not released. Yoseph wrangles with his Brethren and accuses them of Selling their Brother. They commence to war upon the Egyptians, and frighten the whole Land. After satisfying himself of their repentance for selling their Brother, Yoseph makes himself known to them, and bestows presents upon them. They are presented before Pharaoh, who commands Yoseph to bring all his Father's Household Down to Egypt. He sends Chariots for this Purpose, laden with Presents, Luxuries and Clothing. YAHqob's joy on Learning that Yoseph is still Alive.
CHAPTER 55--YAHWEH commands YAHqob to go down to Egypt, where He will make him a Great Nation. Yoseph and all Egypt go to meet YAHqob to do him Honor when he arrives. The Land of Goshen is given to him and his Children.
CHAPTER 56--After Seventeen Years' Dwelling in Egypt, YAHqob dies, after Blessing his Children and commanding them to go in the Way of YAHWEH. Yoseph and his Brethren and all the Mighty Men of Egypt go up to Canaan to Bury YAHqob. Esau, claiming the Land of Canaan as his, will not Allow Yoseph to Bury his Father. After Esau and many of his People are slain, YAHqob is Buried by Force. All the Kings of Canaan come up to do him Honor.
CHAPTER 57--The Sons of Esau make war with the Sons of YAHqob and are smitten. Some are taken captive to Egypt. The Children of Esau enlist the People of Seir to Accompany them to Egypt to Deliver their Brethren. Yoseph and his Brethren and the Egyptians slay Six Hundred Thousand. Nearly all the Mighty Men of Seir being Slain, they make war with the Children of Esau to Drive them from their Land. Esau prevails and utterly annihilates the Children of Seir.
CHAPTER 58--Pharaoh dies and the whole Government of Egypt devolves upon Yoseph, Pharaoh the Younger being but a nominal Ruler. The Children of Esau again come Against the Yisraelites, and are again smitten.
CHAPTER 59--YAHqob's Posterity in Egypt. After Prophesying that YAHWEH would Deliver his Brethren from Egypt, Yoseph dies and is buried, and the Yisraelites are ruled over by the Egyptians150
CHAPTER 60--Zepho, the Son of Eliphaz, the Son of Esau, who was taken Captive by Yoseph where he Buried his Father, Escapes from Egypt with all his Men.
CHAPTERS 61, 62, and 63--Petty Wars and contentions of the Nations of Africa with Zepho.
CHAPTER 64--Zepho Leads a Great Army of Chittimites, Edomites, and Ishmaelites against Egypt. Three Hundred Thousand Egyptians put to Flight, but One Hundred and Fifty Men of Yisrael prevail against Zepho.
CHAPTER 65--The Elders of Egypt conspire with Pharaoh and cunningly bring Yisrael into Bondage to them. Being afraid of their power, they afflict them in order to lessen the Number of the Children of Yisrael.
CHAPTER 66--Pharaoh Decrees that every Male Child born in Yisrael shall be Killed, and still they increase.
CHAPTER 67--Aaron is Born. On Account of Pharaoh's decree, many of the Sons of Yisrael live apart from their Wives. The King's counsellors devise another plan to lessen the number of Yisrael by drowning them. YAHWEH finds a means of preserving the Male Children.
CHAPTER 68--Mosheh, a Child of Promise, is born. The Egyptian Women acting as Spies. Mosheh is discovered, and placed by his Mother in an Ark of Bulrushes. Is Found and Adopted by the Daughter of Pharaoh, and grows up among the King's Children.
CHAPTER 69--Pharaoh Proclaims, that if any of the Yisraelites are short in their Labor, either in Bricks or Mortar, his Youngest Son shall be put in their Place.
CHAPTER 70--Mosheh puts the King's crown upon his own head. Baalam and the Wise Men make this a Pretext against him. When grown up, Mosheh visits his Brethren, and learns of their Grievances. Mosheh obtains a day's rest on the Sabbath for all Yisrael.
CHAPTER 71--Mosheh slays an Egyptian and being Discovered flees from Egypt. Aaron Prophecies.
CHAPTER 72--Mosheh flees to Cush. At the Death of the king, he is chosen in his Stead. He Reigns Forty Years in Cush.
CHAPTER 73--The Reign of Mosheh, and his Strategic Warfare.
CHAPTER 74--War in Africa.
CHAPTER 75--Thirty Thousand Ephraimites think it Time to get out of Egypt, Rise up to go to Canaan, but are Slain by the Philistines.
CHAPTER 76--Mosheh leaves Cush and goes to the Land of Midian. Reuel, taking him for a Refugee, 7
keeps him in prison for Ten Years. Is fed by Zipporah, the Daughter of Reuel. Pharaoh smitten of the Plague. Slays a child of the Yisraelites every day. He dies of the Rot, and his Son, (((Adikam)))), Reigns in his Stead.
CHAPTER 77--(((Adikam))) Pharaoh Afflicts Yisrael more than ever. Mosheh is Released by Reuel, and Marries his Daughter Zipporah. Mosheh obtains possession of YAHWEH's Stick.
CHAPTER 78--Mosheh has Two Sons. Pharaoh withholds Straw from the Yisraelites.
CHAPTER 79--YAHWEH appears to Mosheh and commands him to go down to Egypt to Deliver Yisrael. Aaron meets him. Yisrael on hearing of his Mission greatly rejoices. Mosheh and Aaron go to Pharaoh, who calls all the Magicians to meet Mosheh. They Perform Miracles as well as Mosheh, and thus Deceive the King. Pharaoh, not finding the Name of YAHWEH on any of the Books of Records, says he does not know who He is, and will not let his People go. Mosheh and Aaron teach Pharaoh, but he will not hearken, but causes the labor of the Children of Yisrael to be increased. Mosheh being discouraged is told by YAHWEH that with an outstretched hand and heavy Plagues, Yisrael shall be Delivered.
CHAPTER 80--After Two Years, Mosheh and Aaron again go to Pharaoh, but Pharaoh will not Hearken. YAHWEH afflicts Egypt with all manner of Plagues and Afflictions. The First-born of all the Egyptians is Slain. Pharaoh sends the Children of Yisrael away, and all the Egyptians rise up to urge their Departure, but they will not go in the Night.
CHAPTER 81--The Departure of the Yisraelites from Egypt with Great Riches and Flocks and Herds. After the Egyptians bury their First-born, many of them go after the Yisraelites to induce them to return. But they refuse to return, and fight the Nobles of Egypt and drive them home. Pharaoh resolves with the Egyptians to pursue Yisrael and compel them to Return. The Children of Yisrael are divided--some wanting to go back. Mosheh prays for deliverance. YAHWEH tells him not to cry to him, but proceed. The waters of the Red Sea are Divided. The Yisraelites pass Through in Safety, but the Egyptians are utterly Destroyed. The Yisraelites proceed on their Journey, and are fed with Manna. The Children of Esau fight Yisrael, but the Latter Prevail.
CHAPTER 82--The Ten Commandments are Given. While Mosheh is in the Mount, Aaron makes a Golden Calf, and Yisrael Worships it. Civil War. YAHWEH has a Sanctuary Built for His Worship in the Wilderness.
CHAPTER 83--Aaron and his Sons are Placed in charge of YAHWEH's Service. The Sacrifices and Offerings. The Passover is Celebrated. The People lust for Flesh to eat. Their punishment. Mosheh sends Twelve Men to explore the Land of Canaan. Ten of them bring an Evil Report, and the People want to Return to Egypt. For their Lack of Faith that Generation shall not Live to obtain their Possessions.
CHAPTER 84--The Earth Swallows up the Rebellious. The Children of Yisrael commanded not to War with the Children of Esau, or Moab. The Edomites will not let Yisrael pass through their Land.
CHAPTER 85--Some of the Canaanites rise up to fight Yisrael, who are frightened and run away. But the Sons of Levi compel them to Return. They prevail over their Enemies. They must not touch Ammon. Og, King of Bashan. Balaam is called upon to curse Yisrael, but will not. Yisrael commits Whoredom with the Moabites, and they are Smitten with Pestilence.
CHAPTER 86--All over twenty years of age at the time of Leaving Egypt die at the Expiration of Forty Years. Yisrael is Numbered. The Midianites are destroyed, and their Spoil is Divided among the People.
CHAPTER 87--Mosheh appoints YAHushua his successor. YAHWEH encourages YAHushua. Mosheh teaches the children of Yisrael to Walk in the Way of YAHWEH. He goes up to Mount Abarim and dies there.
CHAPTER 88--YAHWEH commands YAHushua to prepare the People to pass over Yardan to possess the Land. Jericho is Besieged, Taken, and Destroyed. Achan brings evil upon the camp by Purloining the cursed thing, and Brings Destruction upon Himself. All is taken and Destroyed. The Gibeonites cunningly save themselves. Five Kings rise up against Yisrael and are destroyed. The Sun and Moon 8
stand still at YAHushua's Command.
CHAPTER 89--YAHushua's Song of Praise. The Wars of Yisrael.
CHAPTER 90--The Edomites are Smitten by Chittim. The Land is Divided, and the people have Rest. YAHushua being Advanced in Years Exhorts the people to Observe all the Laws of Mosheh, and then Dies.
CHAPTER 91--The Elders Judge Yisrael. They drive out all the Canaanites and Inherit the Promised Land.
Rikayon from Shinar the first Pharaoh of Egypt
The book of YAHshur tells us about a very wise but poor man named Rikayon who became wealthy by exacting a tax from the dead without the knowledge or authority of the king. Eventually, the Egyptian king named him Pharaoh and made him prefect under the king. Ultimately, Rikayon usurped the government of Egypt and exacted a tax on the dead from all of the Egyptians. This is the beginning of the foreign rule in Abraham's time.
27 And the king answered and said to Rikayon, Your name shall no more be called Rikayon but Pharaoh shall be your name, since you didst exact a tax from the dead; and he called his name Pharaoh.
31 And Rikayon Pharaoh cunningly usurped the government of Egypt, and he exacted a tax from all the inhabitants of Egypt.
32 And all the inhabitants of Egypt greatly loved Rikayon Pharaoh, and they made a decree to call every king that should reign over them and their seed in Egypt, Pharaoh.
33 Therefore all the kings that reigned in Egypt from that time forward were called Pharaoh unto this day.
The so-called "early date" of ca. 1450 B.C. comes from combining the "480 years" (between the Exodus and Solomon's fourth year as king) of 1 Kings 6:1 with the accepted date for the beginning of Solomon's reign, ca. 970 B.C.
However, in Judges and 1 Samuel the Bible seems to indicate that the time between the Exodus and Samuel was longer. This biblical chronological conflict is easily seen by adding up the well-known 40 years of wilderness wandering, 410 years of alternating periods of oppression and deliverance recorded in the book of Judges, 40 years for the career of Eli, 40 years for the reign of Saul, and 40 years for the reign of David. This already totals 570 years, though it does not include the time during which Joshua led Israel, nor the career of Samuel, and these two periods of time, while not specified biblically, must certainly total to something greater than 30 years (they probably total close to 80 years in fact).
Thus, the biblical stipulation of 480 years from the Exodus to Solomon given in 1 Kings 6:1 conflicts with the greater than 600 year total for this same time period which one can calculate from chronological data given elsewhere in the Bible. As a result, the "early date" conflicts with these other biblical chronological data.
The so-called "late date" fares even worse. It is consistent with no biblical chronological data. It was motivated by certain archaeological data in Israel, which looked more suitable to the Conquest, down around 1200 B.C.
Acts 13:16-20 reads:
For some forty years he bore with their conduct in the desert. Then in the Canaanite country he overthrew seven nations, whose lands he gave them to be their heritage for some four hundred and fifty years, and afterwards appointed judges for them until the time of the prophet Samuel. (NEB)
This translation follows the reading of the earliest manuscripts. It clearly specifies a period of 450 years after the period of wilderness wandering and before the time of Samuel. In fact, the text seems to indicate a period of 450 years, followed by a period of judges of unspecified duration "until the time of the prophet Samuel." This 450 years does not include the wilderness wandering, Saul's reign, or David's reign, all of which transpired between the Exodus and Solomon. Thus Acts 13 is consistent with the chronological data in Judges and I Samuel, but in conflict with the "480 years" of 1 Kings 6:1. http://www.biblicalchronologist.org/answers/wrongdates.php
Thera's eruption was four or five times more powerful than Krakatoa, geologists believe, exploding with the energy of several hundred atomic bombs in a fraction of a second.
An absence of human remains and valuables like metal suggest that the Minoan residents of Santorini predicted the eruption and the island was evacuated, but the culture as a whole did not fare as well.
Based on the nearby island of Crete, the powerful Minoan civilization declined suddenly soon after Thera blew its top (Minoans discoverd to be Canibals). Tsunamis spawned by the eruption would have swamped its naval fleet and coastal villages first off, historians think. A drop in temperatures caused by the massive amounts of sulphur dioxide spouted into the atmosphere then led to several years of cold, wet summers in the region, ruining harvests. The lethal combination overran every mighty Minoan stronghold in less than 50 years.
When the Greek philosopher Plato described the lost city of Atlantis over a thousand years after the volcanic eruption, he may have been referring to Thera folklore passed down in Greece over many generations and exaggerated like a game of broken telephone.
The eruption has also been loosely linked with the Biblical story of Moses and the exodus from Egypt. The effects of Thera's eruption could have explained many of the plagues described in the Old Testament, including the days of darkness and polluting of the rivers, according to some theories. Academia will not accept new chronollogy for dating Theran Volcanoe with Exodus and stands at 1600 B.C.
Costas Synolakis and the archaeologist Alexander “Sandy” MacGillivray
1 Kings 6:1 (KJV)
1 And it came to pass in the four hundred and eightieth year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon's reign over Israel, in the month Zif, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of the LORD.
Solomon began building his Temple in 966 B.C. so add 480 years from the Biblical Chronology of 1 Kings 6:1 and that means the time of the Exodus was 1446 B.C. subtract 49 years for the Israelite's wandering which equates to 1397 B.C. being the Date of the Biblical conquest of YAHshuWAH over Jericho.
* The archaeologist don't know about The Gospel of the Holy Twelve so they don't use the 49 years of wandering because they use the Bible's 40 years but because of the Golden calf incident they would have had to wander 49 years in order for that debt to be paid according YHWH's Law. However Dr. Bryant Woods is correct except for the 49 years of wandering as opposed to the Biblical 40.
2. And the Jews strove amongst themselves, saying, How can this man give us himself for food? Then Iesus said, Think ye that I speak of the eating of flesh, which ye ignorantly do in the Temple of God? 3. Verily my body is the substance of God, and this is meat indeed, and my blood is the life of God and this is drink indeed. Not as your ancestors, who craved for flesh, and God gave them flesh in his wrath, and they ate of corruption till it stank in their nostrils, and their carcases fell by the thousand in the wilderness by reason of the plague. 4. Of such it is written, They shall wander nine and forty years in the wilderness till they are purified from their lusts, ere they enter into the land of rest, yea, seven times seven years shall they wander because they have not known My ways, neither obeyed My laws. 5. But They who eat this flesh and drink this blood dwell in me and I in them. As the Father- Mother of life hath sent me, and by Whom I live, so they that eat of me who am the truth and the life, even they shall live by me.
Gospel of the Holy Twelve Lection 31
The Fifteenth Dynasty arose from among the Hyksos people who emerged from the Fertile Crescent to establish a short-lived governance over much of the Nile region, and ruled from 1674 to 1535 BC.
We can be sure the Jesuits Scaliger-Petavius in the 16th and 17th century under orders of the Catholic Pope have faked the current chronology of History.
and words against the highest he (Son of Perdition) shall speak, and the holy ones of the highest he shall mislead, and shall be of the opinion to change times and law. And it shall be granted in his hand until a time and times and half a time.
Daniel 7:25, Apostolic Bible Polyglot Interlinear
Here's a few forgeries according to Anatoly Fomenko using Mathematics and Astronomy
We know that the Great Tribulation has already begun with the Tetrad Blood Moons and the Solar Eclipse of March 20th 2015. What you may not know is that if the Native Americans are the Hebrew Lost Tribes of YAHqob and their promised land Aserath turned out to be North America and probably South America and that we could also assume that when the MessiYAH resurrected those saints that resurrected with him were the first Resurrection. Then we could assume that we are at the very End of the Age and that means no more chances because time is running out. YHWH's LAW must be kept before the end in order to get a good repentance which is the whole point of the Book of Revelation.
The Second Resurrection is now
1, And I saw an angel coming down from out of the heaven having the key of the abyss, and chain a great in his hand.
2, And he seized the dragon, the serpent ancient, who is the devil, and Satan, the one misleading the inhabitable world entire. And he bound him a thousand years.
3, And he cast him into the abyss, and locked, and set a seal upon him, that he should not mislead any more the nations until be fulfilled the thousand years. And after these things it is necessary to loose him a little time.
4, And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given to them; and the souls of the ones hewn with an axe on account of the testimony of YAHshuWAH, and on account of the word of God, and whoever did not do obeisance to the beast, nor to his image, and did not take the imprint upon their forehead, and upon their hand; and they lived and reigned with the Christ a thousand years.
5, And the rest of the dead did not live until should be fulfilled the thousand years; this is the resurrection first.
6, Blessed and holy is the one having part in the resurrection first; over these the second death has no authority, but they will be priests of God and of the MessiYAH, and shall reign with him a thousand years.
7, And whenever should be fulfilled the thousand years, shall be loosed Satan from out of his prison,
8, and shall come forth to mislead the nations, the ones in the four corners of the earth -- Gog and Magog, to gather them together for the war, which the number is as the sand of the sea.
9, And they ascended upon the width of the earth, and encircled the camp of the holy ones, and the city being loved. And came down fire from the heaven from God, and it devoured them.
10, And the devil, the one misleading them was cast into the lake of fire and sulphur, where the beast and the false prophet are. And they shall be tormented day and night into the eons of the eons.
11, And I saw throne a great white, and the one sitting upon it, from whose face fled the heaven and the earth, and no place was found for them.
12, And I saw the dead, the great and the small, standing before the throne, and scrolls were opened. And another scroll was opened, which is the one of life. And were judged the dead from out of the things being written in the scrolls, according to their works.
13, And gave up the sea the ones in her dead; and death and Hades gave up the ones of their dead. And they were judged each according to their works.
14, And death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the death second -- the lake of fire.
15, And if any should not be found in the book of life written he was cast into the lake of fire.
TOC Chronology 1
Chapter 1 The problems of historical chronology
1. Roman chronology as the foundation of European chronology
2. Scaliger, Petavius, and other clerical chronologers.
The creation of contemporary chronology of the ancient times in the XVI-XVII century a.d.
3. The veracity of the Scaliger-Petavius chronology was questioned as early as the XVI century
3.1. Who criticized Scaliger's chronology and where.
3.1.1. De Arcilla, Robert Baldauf, Jean Hardouin, Edwin Johnson, Wilhelm Kammeyer
3.1.2. Sir Isaac Newton
3.1.3. Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov
3.1.4. Recent publications of German scientists containing criticisms of Scaliger's chronologY.
3.2. The questionnable veracity of the Roman chronology and history.
The hypercritical school of the XIX century
4. The problems in establishing a correct chronology of "ancient" Egypt
5. The problem in dating the "ancient" sources. Tacitus and Poggio
Cicero and Barzizza. Vitruvius and Alberti
6. Timekeeping in the Middle Ages. Historians discuss the "chaos reigning in the mediaeval datings."
Peculiar mediaeval anachronisms
7. The chronology and the dating of Biblical texts
8. Difficulties and contradictions arising from the reading of old texts
8.1. How does one read a text written in consonants exclusively? The vocalization problem
9. Problems in the Scaligerian geography of Biblical events
9.1. Archaeology and the Old Testament
9.2. Archaeology and the New Testament
10. Ancient historical events: geographic localization issues
10.1. The locations of Troy and Babylon.
13.3. The alleged acceleration of the destruction of the "ancient" monuments
10.2. The geography of Herodotus is at odds with the Scaligerian version
10.3. The inverted maps of the Middle Ages
11. A modern analysis of Biblical geography
12. The mysterious Renaissance epoch as a product of the Scaligerian chronology
13. The foundations of archaeological methods have been based
on the Scaligerian chronology from the very beginning
13.4. When did the construction of the Cologne Cathedral really begin?
13.5. Archaeological methods are most often based on Scaliger's datings
13.6. One of the numerous problems of the Scaligerian history
the problem of bronze manufacture before the discovery of tin.
14. The problems and deficiencies of dendrochronology and several other dating methods
14.1. The consequent scale of dendrochronological datings does not extend
further back in time than the X century a.d.
14.2. Sedimentary layer datings. The methods of radium-uranium and radium-actinium analysis
15. Are radiocarbon datings to be trusted?
15.1. The radiocarbon datings of ancient, mediaeval, and modern specimens are scattered chaotically
15.1.1. Libby's initial idea. The first failures
15.1.2. A criticism of the application of the radiocarbon method to historical specimens
15.2. The dating of the Shroud of Turin
15.3 Modern radiocarbon analysis of Egyptian artefacts demonstrates serious contradictions
16. Critical analysis of the hypotheses on which the radiocarbon method is based. By A. S. Mishchenko
16.1. W. F. Libby's initial idea
16.2. Physical basics of the radiocarbon method
16.3. The hypotheses that the radiocarbon method is based upon
16.4. The moment of the object's departure from the exchange reservoir
16.5. Radiocarbon content variations in the exchange reservoir
16.6. Variations in radiocarbon content of living bodies
18. Numismatic datings
Chapter 2 Astronomical datings
1. The strange leap of parameter D" in the Theory of Lunar Motion
2. Are the "ancient" and mediaeval eclipses dated correctly?
2.1. Some astronomical data
2.2. The discovery of an interesting effect: an unprejudiced astronomical dating
shifts the dates of the "ancient" eclipses to the Middle Ages
2.3. Three eclipses described by the "ancient" Thucydides
2.4. The eclipses described by the "ancient" Titus Livy
3. Transferring the dates of the "ancient" eclipses forward in time into the Middle Ages
eliminates the enigmatic behaviour of the parameter D".
4. Astronomy moves the "ancient" horoscopes into the Middle Ages
4.1. The mediaeval astronomy
4.2. The method of unprejudiced astronomical dating
4.3. Many "ancient astronomical observations" may have been theoretically calculated
by late mediaeval astronomers and then included into the "ancient" chronicles as "real observations"
4.4. Which astronomical "observations of the ancients" could have been
a result of late mediaeval theoretic calculations?
5. A brief account of several examples of Egyptian Zodiacs
5.1. Some general observations
5.2. The Dendera Zodiacs
5.3. The horoscopes of Brugsch and Flinders Petrie
5.4. Finite datings of the Egyptian Zodiacs based on their complete deciphering,
as obtained by A. T. Fomenko and G. V. Nosovskiy in 2001
5.5. On the errors of E. S. Goloubtsova and Y. A. Zavenyagin 6. Astronomy in the New Testament
Chapter 3 The new dating of the astronomical horoscope as described in the Apocalypse
By A. T. Fomenko and G. V. Nosovskiy
1. The proposed research method
2. General information about the Apocalypse and the time of its creation
3. Ursa Major and the throne
4. The events took place on the Isle of Patmos
5. The constellations of Cassiopeia and the throne were drawn as Christ
sitting on his throne in the Middle Ages
6. The Milky Way
7. Twenty-four sidereal hours and the constellation of the Northern Crown
8. Leo, Taurus, Sagittarius, Pegasus
9. The daily rotation of the Northern Crown
10. Equine planetary images in mediaeval astronomy
11. Jupiter is in Sagittarius
12. Mars is beneath Perseus in either Gemini or Taurus
13. Mercury is in Libra
14. Saturn is in Scorpio
15. The Sun is in Virgo with the Moon underneath the feet of the latter
16. Venus is in Leo
17. The astronomical dating of the Apocalypse by the horoscope it contains
18. Our reconstruction of the initial content of the Apocalypse
Chapter 4 Astronomy in the Old Testament
1. Mediaeval astronomy in the Old Testament Book of Ezekiel
1.1. The title of the book
1.2. The description of the Milky Way and the Ophiuchus constellation
1.3. The Biblical description of the astronomical sectors, or "wings," on the celestial sphere
1.4. The constellations of Leo, Taurus and Aquila
1.5. The Biblical description of the mediaeval "wheels," or planetary orbits
1.6. Parallels with the astronomical symbolism of the Apocalypse
1.7. Biblical cherubim, chariots, and mediaeval planetary orbital wheels
1.8. The Biblical description of mediaeval cosmology as a celestial temple
2. The Biblical prophecy of Zechariah and the date of its creation
3. The Biblical prophecy of Jeremiah and the date of its creation
4. The Biblical prophecy of Isaiah and the date of its creation
5. The Biblical prophecy of Daniel and the date of its creation