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Secrets of the Exodus: The Egyptian Origins of the Hebrew People (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Januar 2004

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Helios Press (1. Januar 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1581153198
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581153194
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,1 x 16 x 2,3 cm
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Roger Sabbah and Messod Sabbah are brothers and the descendants of a long line of rabbis and chief rabbis. The authors both live in Paris. Art and Lois Banta, the translators, live in San Diego, CA.


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Von K. Moosa am 17. März 2013
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
It is no wonder that this book is very expensive or not available at all. Why? Because it tells that there were NEVER jewish slaves in ancient Egypt and the Exodus was rather Akhenaton's priest class being kicked out after having used up most of the wealth of the country. And as we now know, attempts of the following rulers to race out Akhenaton and his religion from people's memory did not succeed. Instead through the escaped priest class the "one-man-god" religion was established and wreaks havoc with Mother Earth ever since.
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A unique and seminal contribution to Egyptology 10. März 2004
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The collaborative effort of Messod Sabbah and Roger Sabbah (two French-Jewish researchers, who are themselves descendants of a long line of high-ranking rabbi), Secrets Of The Exodus: The Egyptian Origins Of The Hebrew People presents the boldly stated hypothesis that the ancient Hebrew people described in Exodus were not slaves from another nation, but rather Egyptian followers of that monotheistic pioneer and iconoclast -- Pharaoh Akhenaten. Secrets Of The Exodus deftly examine decades of linguistic and archaeological research that started a tremendous uproar in France when it was first published in 2000. A unique and seminal contribution to Egyptology, Secrets Of The Exodus may contain controversial ideas, but the authors approach them rationally and are well grounded in logical methodology.
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Exodus Unplugged 21. März 2008
Von G. Kennedy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've always thought it totally implausible that a tribe would be allowed to go around ransacking cities and killing all their inhabitants for years without being confronted by one of the local superpowers e.g. Hittites or Egyptians .... they must have been allied to 1 or the other. Egypt makes sense ... so the exodus must have been planned/orchestrated ... makes a heap of sense. The analysis of the hebrew writing as a form of shorthand Egyptian is interesting. This book makes a lot of sense ... maybe too much matching up of Bible names and pharoahs ? who knows ... but the exodus makes a lot more sense in Akhenaten's time that Rameses ... good book, you will find yourself rereading the Hebrew versus Hieroglyphs section a few times ... its very intriguing
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Secrets of the Exodus: The Egypian Origin of the Hebrew People. 18. Mai 2013
Von Sonia B. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Please be aware that this book is the same as the Did the Pharaohs Write the bilble. Since the covers are different and the Title different I thought they were two different books and bought both of them.
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A jewel 27. Februar 2012
Von Jose from Madrid - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The authors follow a purely scientific approach, and derive their conclusions with logic. All their statements are demonstrated in front of your eyes. The authors are two experts in each field they deal with (Talmud, the ancient scriptures, History). They take you by the hand until you reach by yourself a surprising conclusion that will leave you with your mouth open.

Read this book, Freud's essay entitled "Moses and Monotheism" and Velikovsky's "Oedipus and Akhnaton" to understand everything that can be explained on the concepts of religion, monotheism, and psychology of maturity and sexuality, and their mutual interrelations.



PS. Not many comments mention that the book has a foreword by a master rabbi, praising it.
Pretty good, needs to stick to verifiable facts, but eye opening.... 23. Januar 2014
Von AeroEngineer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Anyone who DOESN'T think Egypt is central to Judaism is in complete denial and has their head in the sand. Pretty much EVERY SEMINAL, major figure in Jewish and Christian mythology was in Egypt at one time or another. Still this account takes way too many liberties of storytelling without any objective facts to back it up. The details of Pharaohs lives are not so definite as this book presents and has nothing to cite as a source like hieroglyphic or other accounts. Still there's a decent amount of pictures of actual hieroglyphs, Amarna and Pyramid text accounts here, as well as the Aramaic Bible which is pretty convincing. The idea of the Egyptians who left Egypt because of their Monotheism adoring Ay the Pharaoh is absurd though. What? they gave up worship of Aten, the one Hebrew(Egyptian) God for Ay the later Pharaoh who let them leave Egypt proper and settle as an Egyptian province in Canaan? No I think there was some sort of conflict there as in "The Moses Mystery" book.

Yes I believe Moses was an Egyptian priest of the new single God cult of Akhenaten but I'm a bit skeptical of Abraham being modeled on a Pharaoh. It's possible but I'm more inclined to think of Abraham as purely mythical, like everyone before him in the Bible. Now circumcision WAS practiced by the Egyptians in homage to Osiris and his missing body part as symbolized in every Obelisk you see, including those in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican and Washington's Monument in Washington DC. I do believe also that Hebrew is a hieroglyphic alphabet invented by the high priests of the Aten Egyptian God.

In "The Moses Mystery" the author mentions that Leprosy was a real problem in Egypt at that time and seems to emphasize the idea of Moses being or contracting Leprosy and this being a reason that he covered his face when speaking in the presence of the Israelites at that time. Also it mentions that this could be a reason why the Egyptians who would become Hebrews were kicked out of Egypt.

I don't think this belittles Judaism or Christianity as it's not the literal details that matter but the SPIRIT of the teachings and the way that the teachings living adherents conduct themselves that matter. Ancient Egyptian religion is one of the most whole and complete there is as well. It is essentially in a modified form what we have had for a long time. Anyone who is blind to not see that is not worth taking notice of.

Interesting read if a bit fast and loose with the details.
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