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The Racist Judgment Of Africa By Moses

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« on: May 25, 2009, 09:51:44 pm »









Moses Spoke and Wrote in the Language of the Ancient Egyptians



As for language, Moses would have learned the language of the royal family – the language of the Egyptians. But the royal language was not just any language.

 

It is well known that Ethiopia was part of ancient Egypt, with some Egyptologists going so far to claim that Egypt was actually a part of Ethiopia. That being said, it is Amharic that survives as the Egyptian language (click here to see the Egyptian ancient ruins of the Temple of Ama-Ra in Ethiopia). More specifically, Amharic survives as the language of the ancient Egyptian royal family and the official language of the nation of ancient Egypt.

 

To clarify this point, the ancient Egyptian writings go back more than 6000 years, to before 3100 BC when Egypt began as a unified nation. The words in Amharic always existed in the ancient Egyptian language.

To see that this is the case, E.A. Wallis Budge, former curator of the British Museum Collection of Egyptian Artifacts, published a 2-volume English dictionary of over 28,000 Egyptian words. Amharic speakers can read the dictionary and can easily recognize the words as Amharic.

Non-Amharic speakers can obtain an English-Amharic dictionary (a good one is by Amsalu Aklilu) to cross-reference the words. So whether you want to look at Amharic as the ancient Egyptian language or the ancient Egyptian language as Amharic, regardless the words are the same in both languages.

 

So while the written ancient Egyptian language dates to at least 3100BC (5100 years ago), the Biblical dialects of Hebrew only date to the 1300BC (3300 years ago), the time in which the Hebrews are written by Moses to have finally left Egypt with the Egyptian culture intact (from 400 years living there).

Moses was an ancient Egyptian speaker, having been raised as an Egyptian, and therefore it makes sense that the Biblical Hebrew would actually come from the language of Egypt… and not the other way around.

 

Hence, no African language, including Ge’ez, Tigrinya, or Amharic can be “Semitic” (from the Moses concocted, “Shem,” son of the fictitious Noah) since the words in those Ethiopian and Eritrean languages are clearly documented as existing at least 1800 years before Hebrew.

Even the oldest so-called “Semitic” language, Akkadian, dates only to 2500BC, making the ancient Egyptian and Amharic nearly 1,000 years older. This shows how it was a mistake for Moses to falsely claim that African culture, such as language, could have come from Hebrews.

Again, Hebrew culture can only be from African culture, not the other way around.

 

This is the language Moses knew how to speak and write. All the names of God and the people Moses wrote about in Genesis were constructed by him from ancient Egyptian and thus Amharic words. We will see these names below. But, as Egyptian prince trained to be a religious leader, it is not surprising that he wrote the first five books of the Bible that laid the foundation for Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.
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