By Immanuel Velikovsky
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There is mention of Asher in Palestine, winch is the name of one of the. Twelve Tribes, This reference urn! other similar instances led scholars to suppose that th<* Exodus took plaeu in successive waves* '*&\ A. B. Mercer, ttxlra-ttibliral Sources (or Hebrew ami Jnrhh //Mnry (Xew York, 101ft). Ho identifier tint Habiru as Hebrews* and the Pharaoh of Oppression as Kuiasuft II, one hundred years later* Teet, ttgypt and the Old Testament* p. 124, referring to the theory of Driver wtfl others, R "(If, W.
Point of view is correct then the archaeologists can have? to in a the Book of Kxodus, and of finding Egypt parallel hope historians have no basis on which to decide the time of un event If this little without significance. the people of Egypt did not care to notice the Kxodns of tin* Israelites, this search for what passed unnoticed by contemporaries may be only a waste of time and effort. If Plagues and Portents The biblical story does not present the departure from Kgypt us an everyday occurrence, but rather as an event accompanied by violent upheavals of nature.
Tsalms 60:2-3. by frenzied elements. When the Israelites departed AGES IN CHAOS 22 from country they witnessed gigantic tidal waves on the sea; in the desert, they experienced spasmodic movements of the earth's surface and volcanic activity on a great scale, with lava tlic farther ofF, gushing out of the cleft springs disappearing or The ground, suddenly yawning chasms, 8 and bitter. becoming be asked here logical question to is: Is this testimony entirely not a collection of misleading inventions, can it be that nothing of this was noticed by the Egyptians?
Ages in Chaos by Immanuel Velikovsky