Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Who are the Hyksos?
Ans: The Hyksos Dynasty where light-skinned mixed Arabs and Greeks with straight hair and Syrians Phoenicians who were allowed to invade Egypt after Pharaoh Khufu removed the Immigration laws, why he is held in such great esteem by Europeans and even his face is on the shield of the Shriners, a sacred fraternity of higher degrees in the Freemasonry lodge, whose symbol is a star, crescent, sword and the face of Khufu. All of their teachings was taken from the Egyptian Mysteries and the Moorish Doctrine, put into symbolism, called rites and rituals. These Hyksos invaded and took over Egypt, they were known as “The foreign Kings or Shepherd Kings”. The sun used to burn their faces red, that’s why they were called “burnt faces”.
KHUFU’S IMAGE EMBEDED ON THE SHRINER EMBLEM
Thutmose defeated Poppi the ruler of the Hyksos, which were light-skinned Syrians Phoenician Arabs led into the land. Thus, after the Hyksos invasion, Mitsrayim began being referred to as Aigyptos meaning “Land Of the Burnt Faces”.
Excerpted from the El Katub Shil El Mawut (The book of the dead) “Coming Forth by Day” inscribed by Dr. Malachi Z. York H.T.M.
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