Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus?

In Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? the author builds on the pioneer research of Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky to come to a remarkable and carefully-documented conclusion: the Pharaoh of the Exodus was not Ramses II. Instead, his research strongly suggests Moses and the Israelites went into bondage during the reign of Pharaoh Pepy II, the “Pharaoh of the Oppression.” They escaped into the wilderness during the reign of Nemtyemzaf II, also known as Taoui-Thom, who ruled Egypt from 1551 to 1547 B.C. as the last Pharaoh of the Sixth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom. Nemtyemzaf II is identified as the “Pharaoh of the Exodus.” The author’s chronological realignment also sheds light on other periods in ancient Bible history. Using outside historical and archaeological data, it places the Bible Patriarchs in their proper places in history, proposing the identities of the Pharaohs visited by Abraham, the Pharaoh who made Joseph vizier of Egypt, and the names of other Pharaohs who played prominent roles in Old Testament history.

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    by Jeff. J Williams

    Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? is an intriguing study of Old Testament chronology and helps to make ancient history come alive. The author shows that conventional history of Egypt, based on a listing of Pharaohs and dynasties prepared about 300 B.C. by the Egyptian priest-historian Manetho, is largely guesswork and contains serious flaws. In Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? the author builds on the pioneer research of Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky to come to a remarkable and carefully-documented conclusion: the Pharaoh of the Exodus was not Ramses II. Instead, his research strongly suggests Moses and the Israelites went into bondage during the reign of Pharaoh Pepy II, the “Pharaoh of the Oppression.” They escaped into the wilderness during the reign of Nemtyemzaf II, also known as Taoui-Thom, who ruled Egypt from 1551 to 1547 B.C. as the last Pharaoh of the Sixth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom. Nemtyemzaf II is identified as the “Pharaoh of the Exodus.” The author’s chronological realignment also sheds light on other periods in ancient Bible history. Using outside historical and archaeological data, it places the Bible Patriarchs in their proper places in history, proposing the identities of the Pharaohs visited by Abraham, the Pharaoh who made Joseph vizier of Egypt, and the names of other Pharaohs who played prominent roles in Old Testament history. This is a fascinating, carefully prepared study which acquaints the reader with the intricacies of key elements of Biblical and historical scholarship. It makes useful and exciting reading for all who are interested in gaining a better understanding of the Bible.

    Chapters include:

    1. The Biblical Account of the Exodus
    2. Other Accounts of the Exodus
    3. Overview of Egyptian History
    4. The Prevalent Theory
    5. New Evidence Presented
    6. More Evidence
    7. The Establishment of Egyptian Chronology
    8. Placing the Exodus in Egyptian History
    9. Conclusion

    6″ x 9″ hardback

    144 pages