EGYPT and the BIBLE series
- The Secrets of Joseph the Patriarch
- The Secrets of the Merneptah-Israel Stele
- The Secrets of Moses and Exodus
- The Secrets of the Temple of Solomon
In 1935 in Karnak, in Egypt, two French Egyptologists discover a fresco in the ruins of the memorial temple of Amenophis Son of Hapu (Amenhotep), the most eminent scribe and scientist of ancient Egypt, Great chancellor of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III and father of the monotheist Pharaoh Akhenaten. Recently, 70 years later, Joseph Davidovits noted that the text of this fresco was reproduced word for word in the Bible, Genesis 41, when Pharaoh installs the biblical Patriarch Joseph to rule over all Egypt. Royal scribe Amenophis Son of Hapu and Joseph the Patriarch are thus the same person.
Moreover, the fresco contains one surprising detail that underlines its authenticity. Indeed, in Genesis 41, Pharaoh named Joseph: çaphenat-paneah (sapnath-panéakh), a title which does not mean anything in Hebrew. Remarkably, Joseph Davidovits discovered that çaphenat-paneah is the Egyptian name Amenophis Son of Hapu, written reversely, from left to right, the Hebrew language being read from right to left. The surprising detail in the fresco is that, precisely, the Egyptian name Amenophis is also written in hieroglyph reversely, from left to right, instead of from right to left like the rest of the text. There is thus absolute agreement between the fresco text and the Bible.
The historicity of the Bible goes back now to 3400 years and this fresco is the oldest text written word by word in the Bible. While following the written history of Amenophis Son of Hapu’s Memorial Temple from 1356 to 1060 B.C., one discovers the date of Exodus, around 1060-1050 BC.
The book holds:
- 194 pages
- 9 chapters
- 1 appendix
- 23 figures and pictures