Renowned Egyptian historian Roger Sabbah sets out to prove in his fascinating new study that the Jewish people descended from the ancient Egyptians.
While analyzing Egyptian writings and the scriptures of the Torah, Sabbah found some startling correlations between Hebrew letters and hieroglyphics. The results of his findings show that the events described in the Kabbalah, such as the Exodus, the Passage of the Red Sea, Mount Sinai, and the Ten Commandments, have all been portrayed symbolically for millennia in the Pharaohs’ tombs.
Sabbah’s research enabled him to identify the names of ancient Egyptian gods found in the Kabbalah; Moses, for example, would be the Pharaoh Ankhnaten. The author has accumulated substantial archeological, literary, and semantic evidence to prove his theories. His study could change the way we think about monotheistic religions and shed new light on the foundation of our civilizations.