Hatshepsut was the only legitimate heir of her father Tuthmosis I married her half-brother (Tuthmosis II), and she had no way of ruling but to marry Thutmose II and bore him a son and two daughters. The son died in his childhood, and his name was not left in any monuments. As for the two daughters, their names are Neferura and Meritre Hatshepsut. Thutmose II gave birth to his son (Thutmose III) from one concubines of the royal court, possibly of foreign origin, her name is (East), and some forge and say her name is Isis
Hatshepsut began ruling at the age of twenty upon the death of her father, Thutmose I (1503-1493 BC). She was her father’s partner in government and the legitimate heir to the throne. She is supposed to be the next king on the throne, Thutmose I. However, because the rule of a woman was something that was not the norm. For this reason, it was inevitable that her half-brother (Thutmose II) would take part in the rule with her. That slender person of non-royal origin, poor health, and inexperienced in managing the affairs of the country, became her superficial partner as a king, while she became the royal wife and the real legitimate king running the state
Hatshepsut continued the policies of her father and the patriotic first half of the 18th Dynasty. Hatshepsut launched military campaigns focused on protecting the kingdoms of Kerma south of Kemt from the Hyksos gangs stranded in Libya with the Berbers and their slaves and mercenaries of West Africa who, after several centuries of looting, brought down Kerma kingdoms and established the Kush colony that invaded and occupied Kemt in the 25th dynasty.
Her campaigns also protected the peoples of Ebla and Ugarit from the branching bandits of the expelled Hyksos. Hatshepsut was following the usual friendly policy with the peoples of the region, Ebla, Ugarit and Karma, and supported them to fight the attacks of branched gangs of the expelled Hyksos, the Hebrews and Mitanni in the east, and those who became Kushites in the south.
Thutmose III and “Menhabi” in the Amarna letters, the sixth king of the 18th dynasty, actually ruled 32 years in the period 1458-1425 BC, after the 22 years rule of Queen Hatshepsut 1479-1458 BC. As soon as he received the throne after the death of Hatshepsut, he completely reversed these policies, fought the neighboring peoples, and supported their enemies, the Hyksos gangs, and carried out sixteen campaigns on Ebla and Ugarit. Moreover, the neighboring peoples became in the hands of the Hyksos gangs, an ally of Thutmose III. While history books falsify state and claim that he campaigned against the Mitanni and the Kushites, and this is a blatant lie and completely opposite to the truth.
Thutmose III brought sons of the leaders of the Hyksos gangs to Thebes, the capital of Kmt, to learn about Kmt conditions and customs so that they could help him as advisors in the rule of Kmt. He claimed that he would make allies, and if they return to their country and assume power, they would be among his loyal followers and would not think of war against Kmt. This is also a false and misleading claim to cover up the betrayal of Thutmose III and his alliance with the Hyksos against the peoples of Kmt and the region.
A person named Yuya married Toya, and her mother was a bridesmaid in the palace, the supervisor of clothes, and the singer. Yuya and Thuya had a daughter, Tiye, who became the wife of Amenhotep III and mother of Akhenaten. Tiye’s father, Tia, whose name is Yuya, is of foreign origin due to the features of his mummy and the presence of many different ways of writing his name, which means that it was originally a non-Egyptian name. It is most likely that Tia and her family are Kushites, a creation of the Hyksos.
Amenhotep III, Akhenaten’s father, married Glyuchiba, daughter of Shutarna II, King of Mitanni, and issued a special number of memorial scarabs on his marriage to Glyuchiba in the tenth year of his reign. 317 young women accompanied the princess from Ghawani of the Mitanni royal palace. Glyuchiba became known as “the king’s secondary wife” in the sense that she was a concubine while Tiye was the official wife of Amenhotep III and never held the title of queen because she was a foreigner. On the scarab, Amenhotep mentioned the name of his chief wife, Queen Tiye, and the names of her parents, Yuya and Thuya. Glyochiba’s niece, Dodochiba, became a new wife to Amenhotep III after Glyochiba’s death, but Amenhotep III died shortly after her arrival.
The second half of Dynasty 18 was an ally and partner of the bands that branched off from the expelled Hyksos. Moreover, they worked together against the people of Kemet and all the peoples of the region in Sumer, Ebla, Ugarit, the Arabs, Punt, Kerma and Libya. Nobody in Egypt knows or admits that Thutmose III, Amenhotep II, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III and Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten were agents and should be accused of high treason. Rather, it is unfortunate that they are considered patriots and great kings, as the Hyksos want to deceive Kemet and the world. The army commander, Horemheb, is the one who saved Kmt from that treacherous family, the partner of the Hyksos.
The daughter of the King of Mitanni, who are from the Hyksos, the enemies of Kmt, who were expelled by King Ahmose I and his family and the first half of the 18th Dynasty. Thutmose III, Amenhotep II, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III and Amenhotep IV/ Akhenaten were traitors and did not deserve to be Egyptians, but the Hyksos are still in Egypt and the region.
In order for the strategic alliance, which is so necessary for all the peoples of the region to succeed, between Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain, the Hyksos remnants must be removed from every important authority in all the countries of the coalition. It is not possible to confront the terrorism and sabotage of the Zionists, Persians, Turks, Romans, Kushites and Sabaeans, while the Hyksos still have power and wealth in any facility and sensitive area in any country in the alliance.
The Hyksos of today are diverting Africans, particularly in West Africa and Maghreb, from their own history to use them against the history of Kmt, Kerma, Punt and Arabs.
There is no true history now; and mainstream institutions defy learning history as an investigative subject
The correct method of learning is against academic, religious, media, and political institutions all together. They do not want or allow letting people question them and doubt their actions or legitimacy. The change must start at the top and all learning institutions is easy to follow