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Old 30-01-2011, 03:48 PM   #71
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The symbol of Wales is a dragon which along with the lion, griffon, serpent, and eagle could be considered a symbol of Dan.

The symbol of the Hyksos was a griffin which had the body of a lion and head of an eagle.

In Irish accounts the Tribe of Dana came from Greece and had fought there against the Philistines.

Nothing in this book was written with the "mysterious" Hyksos peoples in mind, and yet I am finding that they and the Danaans were one. This chapter explains.

It must have been quite "coincidental" that less than a week after realizing the mount-Hermon roots of Herminone Germanics (who worshiped Tiwaz/Zio), I up and decided to see what Barbara Aho had been writing lately (her topics are similar to mine here), as I hadn't checked in a year or two, and behold I found that she was out spreading a message that certain modern Israelites are at this time prepared to spend eight million dollars on a Temple building in a theme/amusement park at mount Hermon. I learned her opinion that mount Sion (i.e. Hermon, not Jerusalem) was the sacred ground of Templars who formed the Priory of Sion...something that was beginning to cross my mind.

She claimed that mount Hermon was longitude 33 degrees when Paris was zero degree, wherefore she asserts that 33 has become sacred to Illuminatists because it was the longitude of Sion. She distinguishes between Sion and Zion of Jerusalem, implying that the Priory of Sion was not Jerusalem based. She believes as I do that Hermon was named after Hermes, evidenced by the fact that Panias is a city at the foot of Hermon and known to be named after Pan, the Greek god.

Banias spring with Pan's cave on background left with temenos and niches center

"On the monuments the Egyptians call the Hyksos "Asiatics" and "Barbarians." Manetho calls them "Arabians" and "Phoenicians...Sir Charles Marston in 'The Bible Comes Alive' argues that the Hyksos were a Hebrew people, though not Israelites..."

Historical records show that the Semitic hyksos kings ruled Egypt for over a hundred years. The Egyptian people rebelled against these Semitic kings and pushed them into
northern Egypt. By 1500 BC a peace agreement was reached between the Egyptians and the Semitic hyksos, which allowed the hyksos people to leave Egypt peaceably
and move to Palestine and Jerusalem in the Egyptian controlled land of Canaan. Their migration closely matches the bible story of the Semitic Hebrew exudes from Egypt
into Canaan in 1447 BC.

The dynasty came to an end when Amenemhat IV and was succeeded by his sister/wife Nefrusobek. Queen Nefrusobek ( Queen Sobekneferu) was the last ruler of 11th
Dynasty and daughter of Amenemhat III. Sobekneferu apparently ruled for only some four years, but is known from a number of monuments and artifacts, including five
statues, fragments relating to the mortuary temple of Amenemhat III at Hawara, scarabs, seals and beads, as well as from a Nile inundation record. This latter document from
the Nubian fortress of Kumma relates a poor flood of some 1.83 meters, and dates to Sobekneferu's last year.

The name 'Sobekneferu' means, "The beauties of Sobek", the crocodile god. The rulers of the 12th Dynasty also established a religious and economic center in the Fayoum
where the crocodiles were nurtured and worshipped.She built monuments throughout Egypt and her rule was recognized as far south as Lower Nubia. She also seems to
have carried on as queen or co-regent in the 12 Dynasty and is possibly the mother or adoptive mother of Moses and /or wife of Moses who became the first king or
pharaoh of the 12th Dynasty.

Historically a series of powerful invaders the philistines, the Babylonians and Persians conquered the land of Canaan which the Hebrew people called Israel, the Hebrew
tribes of Manesseh and Dan joined forces and became the Macedonians or Macedanians (Manasseh + Dan = Macedanians) They fled to Greece where they wore white kilts
like the Egyptian pharaohs, played goat skinned bagpipes, adopted the Greek culture and settled along the River Danube which they named after the tribe of Dan.

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