Book Genesis Bible Word Root Aiguptos Egypt City Gebtos Names Etymology Biblical Progeny Misraim Son Ham Khem Khemet Cheme Misr Arab Ancient Egyptian Musur Assyrian Misri Akkadian Hebrew Misor Canaanite Phoenician Records Texts References Pharoh King Menes Namesake History Plato’s Atlantis Kingdom Mneseus Son Sidon Brother Atlas Atlantean Port Cities Ice Age Nile Delta Menouthis Heraklion Submerged Ruins Genesis Veracity Foundation

To students of the Bible, the son of Ham named Misraim seems strange to have been the ancient name for the territory of what now is called Egypt, yet Egypt was named by the Greeks for the upper Nile center of worship called Gebtos (Geb the egyptian earth god), Aiguptos to the Greeks, the root of the word Egypt, that center of worship dedicated to Cheme or Khem, the Ham of the Bible, hence that Khemet is another ancient name for that region along with Misr and of course Egypt.

Egypt was known as Musur to the ancient Assyrians, Msrm in the Ugarit texts of upper Mesopotamia, Misri to the Akkadians, and Misor to the canaantie Phoenicians, so that the Hebrews recorded Misraim and credited him to have been the first great builder of ancient Egypt clearly has historical validity, straight from the Table of Nations in Genesis 10, not at all what the darwinists want to think about, yet clear as the noses on their faces if only they would look.

Misraim is considered a plural word, perhaps denoting that he was a progenitor of the people of the region of the ice age Nile Delta along with the people of the upper Nile south to the region of Kush, so he is often confused as having been king/pharoh Menes, the great uniter of upper and lower Egypt, yet Mneseus was a son of Posidon (who was Sidon a son of Canaan) according to Plato, the submerged ice age city of Menouthis off the Nile Delta surely his namesake, and nearby submerged Heraklion was almost certainly named after the original Hercules, who was Atlas, so king Menes, his name sounding much closer to Mneseus than Misraim was probably the son really of Sidon, a son of Canaan.

Plato wrote that the empire of Atlantis extended inside the Pillars of Hercules all the way to Italy (Tyrrhenian Sea) and to Egypt, so since king Menes lived in the timeframe of Atlantis, circa 2200 b.c., and because submerged Menouthis apparently was named after him, we should seriously consider that a Canaanite, Mneseus, was pharoh Menes, not Misraim who though was an ancient namesake of that territory.  When you realize that the ice age actually ended circa 1500 b.c., and that Atlantis really was a great maritime empire during the ice age, the biblical chronology and the names therein come alive as the real history which it certainly is, seeing http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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