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Moses In The Hieroglyphs (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Juni 2006


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The fact that researchers identifying the two British Kings named Arthur I son of Magnus Maximus, and Arthur II son of King Meurig should somehow be led along a long forgotten historical trail leading back in time and distance from Britain to ancient Etruria and Rhaetia, (Italy and Switzerland), and then further back to the Aegean and Asia Minor and on to ancient Armenia and Assyria around 730 BC and finally to Palestine, may at first appear strange. Lesen Sie die erste Seite
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Good information but poorly edited 11. Juli 2012
Von Lensman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Though this book is poorly written (no editor apparently), I recommend it only for the information it provides.
(FYI: the bottom of page 72 through page 77 are duplicates and can be skipped)
The book demonstrates effectively how Khumric is the root language and not Coptic, and gives more than adequate examples of consistent and accurate Hieroglyphic translation.

Keep in mind that the author is biased against Biblical authority and questions it repeatedly.
For example, on page 385 it states, "In these histories all the Hebrews are always the "good guys". They always get to wear the white hats and ride the white horses." This is so blatantly not true as to be laughable. Anyone can pick up the Bible and read from Genesis to Revelations how the Jewish nation (and associated peoples/nations) are full of faults and (like all of us) have a sinful nature. (i.e. David and Bathsheba, Cain and Abel, Lot and his daughters, Judas, Saul/Paul, etc.) The Bible points out each person's faults as a matter of fact and does not try to hide them.

Nevertheless, this book verifies the Biblical account of the Jews being in Egypt - which was thought to be fictitious.
1 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
kindle version - issues compromise readability 27. Dezember 2011
Von stargeezer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I bought the "cheap" kindle 2 version 3G download which worked fine.
The point was to read it on a trip.

BUT BIG PROBLEM: The Kindle version will resize the fonts but NOT the graphics which makes the
hieroglyphics impossible to read. Thus the book is ruined.

Don't do it, spend the bucks and buy the book (or not) so one can read ALL of it!
I do not know if this is unique to Kindle editing of this book or a generic kindle bug
but it ruins the whole point of reading this type of book where text AND graphics are associated.
I wasted my money. I am capable of working through hieroglypics to evaluate the author's logic
and scholarship, but if I (or you) cannot expand to read (view with ease) the otherwise TINY graphics....
all one has is text.

Thus I can not rate the book's contents. One star rates kindle's product value not the book itself.
There is a lot of information, names, detail and certainly opinion in this book, some of which
I must say I have a problem with, but again when the stela, etc. are illustrated and I assume the text
directly discusses the hieroglyphic content in his version of Khumrey transliteration - it is a hopeless exercise.
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