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Egyptians beating Shasu spies (detail from the Battle of Kadesh (1274 BC ) wall-carving)

ta Shasu Yhu or Hyksos Judah land

An ancient carving shows Kmtians (ancient Egyptians) beating Shasu spies (detail from the Battle of Kadesh (1274 BC) wall-carving). Two Kmtian texts, one dated to the period of Amenhotep III (14th century BCE), the other to the age of Ramesses II (13th century BCE), refer to ‘Yahu in the land of the Šosū-nomads’ (t3 š3św yhw).

It seems that the Kmtians were aware that the Aram region was invaded by two different and cooperating nomadic groups. The first and larger group the Kmtians called them “Shasu” which means the nomads. The second and smaller group the Kmtians called them “Yhw” which could mean the Yhu, referring to the Judah tribe of the Israelite, which turned into Hebrew.

This “Shasu + Yhw” is a proof that there was a coalition between the remnants of the expelled Turkic Mongolian Hyksos (Shasu) and the Judah tribe (turned Hebrew/Haberu) targeting the eastern region bordering Kmt.

And Kmt was acting to maintain stability and security in that region to fend off any invasion or migration resulting from the chaos that led to the Great Bronze Age Collapse in 1177 BC and the influxes of Sea Peoples.

The original name given by Kmtians to the invaders who colonized Kmt was certainly not Hyksos (heqa khasut, “ruler(s) of/from foreign lands”). But the term Hyksos was made by the colonizing occupation force to look respectable and of authority. Probably the original name of the Hyksos was just Shasu (nomads). The following map shows areas of reported Habiru activity during the Late Bronze IIA period (based on the Amarna letters corpus)

On page 17 in a study by Faried Adrom and Matthias Müller, titled “The Tetragrammaton in Egyptian Sources – Facts and Fiction”:
[Karl-Theodor Zauzich compiled additional (partly unpublished) attestations from Demotic sources in the expression rmT jhw(A) which he interprets as ‘man from Juda.’ However, the construction is used in Demotic word formation with toponyms (designating a place of origin, such as rmT-kmy ‘man-Egypt’ > ‘Egyptian’), divine names (designating a devotion to or a connection with a deity, such as rmT-inp ‘man-Anubis’ > ‘person dedicated to Anubis’), infinitives (designating a profession, such as rmT-Xn ‘man-row’ > ‘oarsman, rower’) as well as ‘adjectives’ (designating a characteristic or virtue, such as rmT-swg ‘man-stupid’ > ‘idiot’).

Zauzich, however, assumes the word formation with rmT to equate an otherwise unrecognized suffix =da in the word ‘Judah,’ thus rmT-jhw = Jud-ean = Ju=da. Be that as it may, the data do not help to settle the question whether jhw(A) designates a toponym or a divine name]

According to many indications it is seems very reasonable to conclude that there were two nomadic groups colonizing Aram and threatening Kmt. The two groups were the remnants of expelled Turkic Mongolian Hyksos, the proto-Jews, and the second group was the Judah tribe, the proto-Hebrew.

Areas of reported Habiru activity during the Late Bronze IIA period (based on the Amarna letters corpus)

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Comments on: "Is it “Shasu of Yhw” or “Shasu and/with Yhu” (Hyksos+Judah)?" (9)

  1. Erik Piculell said:

    Hey Tarig

    If one study the Jews’ informations, it’s unlikely that the Jews existed before approx. 15-1400 BC.
    You need to note, the differences betwen Abraham told by the Jews and told by Islam is a bit diferent

    I haven’t investigated the Islamic Abraham/Ibrahim, simply because, it was the Jews who wrote down the Pentateuch between 900 and 400 BC.
    They writes: Abraham was the first Jew ever:
    https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/715523/jewish/Can-I-have-G-d-without-religion.htm
    Abram was born 1813, died 1638,
    Abram was married in his hometown, with his niece Sarai in 1788, with whom he got Isaac 1713
    https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/3915966/jewish/Timeline-of-Jewish-History.htm
    And not before the descendants of Abraham was multiplied, did the Jews exists as a people, this possibly can be estimated to about 15-1,400 BC.
    = = =
    About the migration of Abraham.
    It’s a migration written down after oral traditions through generations that range from the time of his life, to the story was written down possibly about 1000 years later.
    How accurate do you think such a story could be?
    = = =
    About Subartu
    Subartu, the name of the Babylonians for North Mesopotamia. The name’s origin is uncertain, but it seems to go back to a population group, the subareas who lived in the area in the 3rd millennium BC. Subartu was never a state, just a geographical indication. Ca. 2300-1800 BC Subartu probably designated the area east of Tigris north of Baghdad as well as the great Jezira plain. Later, it became a learned and literary name for Assyria.
    = = =
    Ramses II – reign 1290-1224 BC
    Moses died c 1273 BC, after 40 years in the desert
    The logic in the story of the Pentateuch is impossible
    = = =
    //‘Yahu in the land of the Šosū-nomads’ (t3 š3św yhw).//

    Shasu just means nomads, which could relates to the Hebrews, but not necessarry.
    Then we read “YHW”, and we see a lot enthusiastically writings about Yahweh, YHWH.
    But an egyptologist made me aware, there’s a lack of a “H”, to spell YaHWeH, and moreover, he claimed it must be a misunderstanding, gripped by the Christians.
    I do not know how to contact him, but maybe this link (I haven’t read it due to my problems) gives the answers.
    https://edoc.unibas.ch/57028/1/%5B9783110448221%20-%20The%20Origins%20of%20Yahwism%5D%20The%20Tetragrammaton%20in%20Egyptian%20Sources%20%20Facts%20and%20Fiction.pdf
    Another solution is:
    http://arabianprophets.com/?page_id=1773
    The name YHWH was, acc. the Jews, given to Moses at Mount Horeb/Mount of Sinai in 1313 BC, (Ex. 3:14)
    But the problem is, that neither El, Elohim (means god, gods) or YHWH, can be found in the Ex 3:14 God said:
    εγώ εἰμι ὁ ὤν = I am the being.
    Which according to a rabbi, isn’t a being but: shall be understood as:
    “I am he who always will be.”
    And
    The Ruler of Egypt in 1313 was *Djeserkheperure-setpenre Horemheb* or just ”Horemheb or Haremhab” – who reign 1320–1292 BC
    //Kmtiansne kaldte dem “Yhw”, som kunne betyde Yhu, med henvisning til israelittenes Judas stamme, som blev til hebraisk.//

    All of the 12 sons of Jacob, got a tribe, and they were as sons of a Hebrew, all Hebrews
    Who are the twelve tribes?
    https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/3798842/jewish/12-Tribes-of-Israel-The-Shevatim.htm
    = = =
    // Hyksos (Shasu) and the Judah tribe//
    Hyksos just means foreigners
    Some historians believes, that the Hebrews came to Egypt together with some Hyksos.
    Others believes in Josephus, that the Hebrews were the Hyksos.
    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Hyksos-Egyptian-dynasty

    The 12 tribes of Israel (not the country) was lead by the 12 sons of Jacob, who was named Israel by God (Gen 32:28), the only existing year for the 12 tribes is from the firstborn son of Jacob, named Levi, borned 1566 BC, Joseph 1562 BC, Benjamin 1553.
    And that Levi got a son Kehot i 1523.
    = = =
    //turned Hebrew/Haberu)//

    I think you mean:
    Habiru
    http://www.israel-a-history-of.com/habiru.html
    http://www.imninalu.net/habiru.htm
    = = =
    I can’t remember if I ever has given you the following, but it was and is a great help for me.
    Most scholars I have corresponded with, during my 16 years of study of Christianity, have clarified the following, remember:
    _A credible chronology is important. Without chronology it is not possible to understand history, for chronology is the backbone of history.
    If a chronology has no evidences, the chronology can not be considered credible._

    In the hope of a good day for you:

    Regards Erik

    • //Some historians believes, that the Hebrews came to Egypt together with some Hyksos.//
      The Hebrew-Israelite split happened only after the death of King Solomon in 930 BC
      he Hyksos invaded and colonized (1630-1523 BC) with the use of Kurds (another nomadic mixture).
      During the reign of Amenhotep III (14th century BC), and Ramesses II (13th century BC appeared in Levant a third group which was some from Judah and proto-Sabaeans
      Haperu is a social status that became a social group pointing only to the collaborating Judah to distinguish them from Jews made in Babylon in 585 BC only

    • The last half of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt was corrupt and the opposite to the first half
      It acted for foreign treason starting with Akhenaten

    • Under Horemheb, Egypt’s power and confidence were once again restored after the internal chaos of the Amarna period; this situation set the stage for the rise of the 19th Dynasty under such ambitious Pharaohs as Seti I and Ramesses II.

    • In page 17 in Faried Adrom and Matthias Müller
      The Tetragrammaton in Egyptian Sources –
      Facts and Fiction
      [Karl-Theodor Zauzich compiled additional (partly unpublished) attestations
      from Demotic sources in the expression rmT jhw(A) which he interprets as ‘man
      from Juda.’¹⁰² However, the construction is used in Demotic word formation
      with toponyms (designating a place of origin, such as rmT-kmy ‘man-Egypt’ >
      ‘Egyptian’), divine names (designating a devotion to or a connection with a
      deity, such as rmT-inp ‘man-Anubis’ > ‘person dedicated to Anubis’), infinitives
      (designating a profession, such as rmT-Xn ‘man-row’ > ‘oarsman, rower’) as
      well as ‘adjectives’ (designating a characteristic or virtue, such as rmT-swg
      ‘man-stupid’ > ‘idiot’).¹⁰³ Zauzich, however, assumes the word formation with
      rmT to equate an otherwise unrecognized suffix =da in the word ‘Judah,’ thus
      rmT-jhw = Jud-ean = Ju=da. Be that as it may, the data do not help to settle the
      question whether jhw(A) designates a toponym or a divine name]

  2. The first people who followed the Canon of Yeshua were those who held the original Canon of Moses, who were expecting and waiting for the birth of Yeshua.
    This people visited Yeshua upon His birth and gave gifts to Him and to His Mother.
    The first believers were the Ethiopians who believed Yeshua even before His Ministry began.
    The biblical Magi actually Nugus (not magus), also referred to as the (Three) Wise Men or (Three) Kings, were – in the Gospel of Matthew and Christian tradition – distinguished foreigners who visited Jesus after his birth, bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. They are regular figures in traditional accounts of the nativity celebrations of Christmas and are an important part of Christian tradition.
    Negus is a noun derived from the Ge’ez root ngś, meaning “to reign”.
    The Christianity which began to spread in Armenia soon after Jesus’ departure, due to the works of St. Thaddeus and St. Bartholomew is not at all the Canon of Yeshua but rather the Jewish-Roman version.
    In the early 4th century, the Kingdom of Armenia became the first state to adopt Christianity as a state religion because it was Jewish vassal. Armenian is an Indo-European language which means it is of Turkic Mongolian link.

  3. The tales of the creation of Adam as father of all humans; a global Flood; and the descendants of Noah who migrated and populated the whole Earth are just poor quality mixed forgeries for actual true local stories occurred in the Lands of Punt only.
    Any attempt to link them with history and geography of the OT will lead to nowhere.
    True sciences and true Religion do not contradict each other. People could still believe in Creation and Evolution at the same time on the conditions that Creation is of multiple sources and all over the universe; plus evolution is not of Common descent and the Origin of life is related to a specific Great Year cycle.

  4. There are strong reasons to believe that the homeland of Israelites is in the Horn of Africa apart from the complete absence of any sort of evidences for the presence of Israelites in Kmt (ancient Egypt).
    1- Camel fossils (Dromedary) (Camelus dromedarius) dating to the time of Abraham are not found in all regions mentioned in the OT while camel is mentioned 47 times.
    2- The ancient city of Harar is known in Arabic as “the City of Saints”; and according to twelfth century Jewish traveler Benjamin Tudela, Zeila region was the land of the Havilah. It could be where Joseph received his father Israel.
    3- The mines of King Solomon have similarity in Levant but much more like the region of Afar Depression/Triangle and Ethiopia
    4- The Ge’ez language is very ancient and most probably the mother of Arabic and Hebrew; while Hebrew bears no similarity to Kmt ancient language
    5- There is a region called Haud in the Horn of Africa. It includes the eastern side Somali region or the Ogaden. Hud was a prophet of ancient Arabia mentioned in the Qur’an and the eleventh chapter of the Quran named Hud. Hud has sometimes been identified with Eber, an ancestor of the Israelites who is mentioned in the Old Testament.
    He is said to have been a subject of a mulk (kingdom) named after its founder, ʿĀd, a fourth generation descendant of Noah (his father being Uz, the son of Aram, who was the son of Shem and a son of Noah.
    6- The language God spoke to Moses and in which the Ten Commandments and the Torah was written could never be ancient Egyptian nor Hebrew (which was not yet born). It could only be Ge’ez
    7- The group which visited baby Yeshua (Jesus) gave gifts common to the Horn of Africa only. And Ethiopians affirm that they were Ethiopians and know their names. It is strange that Herod investigated the visitors but the Bible does not confirm their origin instead said they were three magi from the East.
    There are many other strong reasons

  5. Christianity is the colonial corruption of the Canon of Yeshua until today. Also Judaism is the antidote of the Canon of Moses.
    And Judaism and Islam are also colonial corruption of the Canons of Moses and Muhammad.

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