Exodus from the 15th Nissan to the day in the third month of Sivan

Is the exodus of Christendom and Judaism a myth?

Moses of Exodus under Pharaoh AhMose I or Ramses II?
Ahmose I (Ancient Egyptian: jꜥḥ ms(j.w), Egyptological pronunciation Ahmose, sometimes written Amosis I, „Amenes“ and „Aahmes“ and meaning „Born of Iah“) was a pharaoh and founder of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. He was a member of the Theban royal house, the son of pharaoh Seqenenre Tao and brother of the last pharaoh of the Seventeenth dynasty, Kamose. During the reign of his father or grandfather, Thebes rebelled against the Hyksos, the rulers of Lower Egypt. When he was seven years old, his father was killed, and he was about ten when his brother died of unknown causes after reigning only three years. Ahmose I assumed the throne after the death of his brother, and upon coronation became known as nb-pḥtj-rꜥ  „The Lord of Strength is Ra“.
Ahmose’s reign can be fairly accurately dated using the Heliacal rise of Sirius in his successor’s reign, but because of disputes over from where the observation was made, he has been assigned a reign from 1570–1546, 1560–1537 and 1551–1527 by various sources. 
Ramesses II /ˈræməsiːz, ˈræmsiːz, ˈræmziːz/(variously also spelt Rameses or Ramses(Ancient Egyptian: rꜥ-ms-sw „Ra is the one who bore him“ > Koine Greek: Ῥαμέσσης Rhaméssēs); born c. 1303 BCE; died July or August 1213; reigned 1279–1213), also known as Ramesses the Great, was the third pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt. He is often regarded as the greatest, most celebrated, and most powerful pharaoh of the New Kingdom. His successors and later Egyptians called him the „Great Ancestor“. 
When was Moses of Exodus born?
1531 BC (2451 God’s and 2448 Jewish Talmud) is the end of the Exodus according to my time calculation of God. Click in Millennium Calendar „God-Jewish-Gregorian“ Moses of Exodus was built around 1651 BC. born. He was 120 years old and died in 1531 BC. when the exodus ended. After 40 years desert from Egypt to Canaan, Joshua continued the Israeli people in Canaan called Israel. Thus began the new kingdom of Ramses of the 19th dynasty.
But the Talmud of Judaism claims to this day that it was Pharaoh Ramses II of the Exodus. Moses freed the people of Israel by the hand of God. His people Israel went through the divided sea. Pharaoh Ramses II and his army persecuted him and drowned in the Red Sea when God plunged them into the sea. The people of Israel were saved on the shore of Sinai. Is that correct? Pharaoh Ramses II was a peaceful king, lived in old age and died around 1213 BC. He did not know Moses at all. The exodus doctrine of the Talmud would have to be a heresy, it would be a myth.
The testimony of Stephen
Stephen as a witness at the time Yeshua (Jesus) spoke for three and a half years publicly about Moses, while Yeshua taught about God in Judah, described about the two witnesses in Rapture and tribulation prophetic? No one noticed that Moses was a witness in Stephen. And behold, there appeared to them Moses and Elijah, who kept talking with Him.(Jeshua), Matthew 17:3. I suppose that Yeshua sent two witnesses to Moses in Stephen and Elijah in John the Baptist to prophesy and warn that many writings of the Torah and the OT are not from God. I realize why Stephen did not interpret important words as follows:
  • 10 plagues
  • Passover
  • Shared sea
  • Amalek war
  • 10 bids on 2 boards
  • Ark of the covenant
  • Papyrus (scrolls)
  • Slaughter / animal sacrifice during 40 years in the desert.
  • etc.

It was only once a calf sacrifice, God was angry, because He does not want a sacrifice on the altar before God. He doesn’t want a Moloch.

And they [even] made a calf in those days, and offered sacrifice to the idol and made merry and exulted in the work of their [own] hands. But God turned [away from them] and delivered them up to worship and serve the host (stars) of heaven, as it is written in the book of the prophets: Did you [really] offer to Me slain beasts and sacrifices for forty years in the wilderness (desert), O house of Israel? [No!] You took up the tent (the portable temple) of Moloch and carried it [with you], and the star of the god Rephan, the images which you [yourselves] made that you might worship them; and I will remove you [carrying you away into exile] beyond Babylon.  Moloch = a pagan idol, to whom children were also sacrificed. Continue reading in Acts 7.
Such was the most important testimony of Stephen. And much about it. Judaism ignores it until today. Christianity does not realize it until today.
Moses of Exodus
Moses of Exodus lived under Pharaoh Ahmosis I and under the foreign rule of Hyksos. Was Ah-Moses grown up with his adopted brother Moses of Exodus, why the names of the lineage of Ah-Moses and Moses happen to be the same. AhMose fought against Hyksos, including Amalekites, Philistines, Canaanites, Hittites …
Ahmose I in the fight against the Hyksos
8Then came Amalek [descendants of Esau] and fought with Israel at Rephidim. 9And Moses said to Joshua, Choose us out men and go out, fight with Amalek. Tomorrow I will stand on the top of the hill with the rod of God in my hand. Exodus 17:8-9

The first Omer count of the 50 days Exodus

17But as the time for the fulfillment of the promise drew near which God had made to Abraham, the [Hebrew] people increased and multiplied in Egypt, 18Until [the time when] there arose over Egypt another and a different king who did not know Joseph [neither knowing his history and services nor recognizing his merits]. 19He dealt treacherously with and defrauded our race; he abused and oppressed our forefathers, forcing them to expose their babies so that they might not be kept alive. Acts 7:17-19

The other king would be the king Hyksos of foreign rule, who did not knowegypt_hyksos_period Josephhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyksos

Ramses II is considered by some researchers to be the pharaoh of the Exodus, under which the people of Israel withdrew from Egypt. This thesis is often discussed very controversially. Other candidates include Ahmose I, who claims to have expelled the Hyksos, and erected the storm stand, as did Thutmose III, to whom the time of 1 Kings 1: 6 refers.

Since there are no Egyptian sources that describe or even mention the process of an exodus in the time of Ramses, or even of Thutmosis, he remains so far in the field of speculation.

Whether it has ever existed, is now highly doubted by some archaeologists and ancient historians.

Original written in german in https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramses_II.


The lore would be, even Pharaoh AhMose I. fought against Amalek (Hyksos), while Moses of Exodus fled. According to archeology, there was no mass exodus, but an escape flow of the Exodus. The escape could start on the 14th Nissan and could last 50 days, from the 15th Nissan to 5th Sivan. It was the first Omer count of the 50-day Exodus. Per day 1000 people fled from Pharaoh Ah-Moses to Moses of Exodus in the Sinai desert. There was a meeting place before God on Mount Sinai. That’s how it is the reality of the escape flow of the Exodus.
1IN THE third month after the Israelites left the land of Egypt, the same day, they came into the Wilderness of Sinai. 2When they had departed from Rephidim and had come to the Wilderness of Sinai, they encamped there before the mountain. Exodus 19:1-2
From 15th Nissan to 5th Sivan, on the first Shabbat in the third month would be the 50th day of the 5th Sivan after the Exodus,around 1571 BC and 2411 God according to my time calculation.
Take a look at various current escapes of the exodus from Africa to Europe. Such is the comparison of the Exodus from Egypt to the desert of Sinai 3600 years ago.

The truth of the Exodus

Moses of Exodus was raised in the Middle Kingdom of Egypt at the time of Pharaoh Ahmosis I and at the time of the foreign rule of Hyksos. His exodus from Egypt to the desert of Sinai lasted 50 days.
The exodus from the Talmud is a myth, according to archeology no proof that Moses lived under Pharaoh Ramses II in the new kingdom of Egypt.
It would be a shock to all, especially to Christianity and Judaism, if the truth came to light.
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