Babylon had little if any influence on ancient Egyptian culture, Christanity or Hebrewism. The four groups who have had influence Egypt are the Hysoks,Greeks,Romans and Arab and most often these groups gained a new religion or greater spiritual understanding through the occupation of ancient egypt. And the ancient Egyptians being ethnically related to the Babylonians is absurd and history shows the marriages between the king of Egypt and various other nations were politcally motivated. The large majority of ancient tomb paintings and artifacts depict ancient egyptians very correctly as indigenous Africans. As for Egypt being a codename for Qumran that does not make sense. Why would Jesus need to hide where he was crucified from the Romans when they are the ones who crucified him? Was he afraid of them killing him twice? Furthermore, you did not address any of the points I made probably becuase there is no argument agianst the truth. Take a look at Rameses the second's temple at Luxor and compare that to the temple Solomon built in first Kings then ask yourself why the Roman Catholic church stole the obleisk from the front of Ramses temple and brought it to Rome if it is a pagan symbol.Perhaps because the mythology of Auset and Heru proceded the story of Mary and Jesus by thousands of years. There is no place in the world where Hebrew history can be supported with artifacts and archealogical evidence except Egypt.
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