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Tempest & Exodus: The Biblical Exodus Inscribed Upon an Egyptian Stele Paperback – 1 Aug 2001

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  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Edfu Books; 2nd Revised edition edition (Aug. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0953191389
  • ISBN-13: 978-0953191383
  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 22.9 x 2.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,257,772 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ralph Ellis demonstrates that the Tempest Stele of Ahmose I contains an account of the biblical plagues and the resulting Exodus from Egypt. This again demonstrates that the Israelite leaders were the Hyksos pharaohs of Lower Egypt, and so the biblical Jacob was probably the Hyksos pharaoh Jacoba. Thus the biblical plagues were a real event, caused by the island of Thera (Santorini) exploding, and it caused a historically documented civil war and great exodus from Egypt. However, if these links between Egyptian and Israelite history are true, then it is possible that Mt Sinai is actually the Israelite name for the Great Pyramid of Giza. The sacred mountain was actually a pyramid.

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Out now (Sept '06) is the new edition of 'Tempest & Exodus'. Completely
revised, easier to read and packed with even more startling information,
this new edition makes a wonderful addition to this revisionary theology


Other books in the series include: ...
Jesus, last of the Pharaohs. ...
Eden in Egypt. ...
Solomon, Falcon of Sheba. ...
Cleopatra to Christ.

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Tempest & Exodus by Ralph Ellis

PAGES 1&2 Origins
Ralph Ellis commences this book with a clandestine night-time decent into a rock cave on Mount Sinai. I was impressed because I knew that the traditional Mount Sinai has no cave but knew that the real Mt Sinai (Jabel Lawez) in Midian, now Saudi Arabia did have a cave however it was not as large as this cave was described as having and was on its west face not the northern face. You can check this feature for yourselves on Google Earth. So I skipped to chapter 6 on Sinai to find out where he had located Mt. Sinai. There I was to discover that he claims that Mt. Sinai was the Great Pyramid at Giza which has none of the boulders and rocks or the cave that page one and two describe

PAGE 5 Origins
Here Mr. Ellis says that:
"a. They had a vast army. (Abraham had 318 army officers and about 10,000 men.)".
In Genesis 14:14-15 it says ”And when Abram heard that his brother [Nephew Lot] was taken captive, he led forth his (חָנִיךְ chaniyk) trained men, born in his house, three hundred and eighteen, (אֱלִיעֶזֶר) and pursued as far as Dan. And he divided himself against them by night, he and his servants, and smote them, and pursued them unto Hobah, which is on the left hand of Damascus.” (Genesis 14:14-15 JPS)
Apart from Abraham’s relationship to Lot not being correct. (Abraham was his Nephew not his brother). I suspect that the number “318” may also be incorrect because in the next chapter Genesis 15:2 it says: “And Abram said, O Lord GOD, what can You give me, seeing that I shall die childless, and the one in charge of my household is Dammesek Eliezer (אֱלִיעֶזֶר) ?” (Genesis15:2 JPS)

אֱלִיעֶזֶר 'Eliezer as a number.
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This is one of my facourite books - it is full of great thinking and research and as always, Ralph Ellis is joining more dots that most other historians. Nobody can get it 100% right but Ralph gets further than most.
More facts here than in the Bibles (Pentateuch and Paulianity), he does an amazing job.
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This book has many shocking elements to it, however just when you think Ralph's ideas are a bit radical once again the evidnce is plain to see. Translating the bible from hebrew to ancient egyptian reveals much, however a logical assesment of the order of events, and comparisons to historical evidence also leads to inescapable conclusions that will have you smiling.
Only one or two minor errors in his theories in this book however these are mostly cleared up in his other book; Eden in Egypt.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tempest to Exodus 2 Mar. 2014
By Al Powers, Genie - Published on
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Another great story with a modern translation, correctly done, if I may so state, to interpret the various Egyptian pictorial writings as presented in a historical, one by one fashion. Thera, Mt Sinai (the Great Pyramid), the Ark, Exodus, etc. all pinpointed with such
pictorial displays and new, corrected translation of various words. There is no doubt left as to how history was subtlety altered or certain misread. Ellis again does a masterful job and pits this latest version of events squarely against other recent authors books and explanations. I am greatly impressed by actually viewing each pictorial into its 'proper' translation. The finale of the secret name and meaning of GOD is what I've been looking for a long time. There is also a great comparison of the two antagonists of Upper vs Lower Egypt realms and who was who here (the south vs the north,if you will). The Hyksos are included in his analysis, also.
A must read for everyone.
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly an excellent book 13 Mar. 2013
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Ralph Ellis opens the mind to little used logics for the seekers of truth. This book is a must read for all those who are serious seekers of the sublime truths.
I wish Ralph would have included the Mycannaean exodus in this tome but the three he did review were excellent. I believe there were four exodus' and would love to read Ralphs study of the Mycennaean ship exodus with the preponderant similitude to the biblical furniture of the holy place in their use... .
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1.0 out of 5 stars Fictional history 21 Sept. 2014
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Since reading this (and other of Ralph's books) I found from a rudimentary investigation that the premise of this book (as all his others) is erroneous. The Tempest Stele is most certainly NOT an account of an Exodus by the Hyksos. It is an account of a terrible storm afflicting all of Egypt, of which the translators, Ritner and Moeller speculate was most probably caused by the Thera eruption. Apparently originally they thought it might be an allegorical account of the Exodus. But the chief problem is the Stele does not recount all the plagues accompanying the Biblical Exodus. It is only about a storm with torrential rains. So far no one has been able to accurately date the Stele consistent with Egyptian history. Because of the inability to place the Stele accurately with known period evidence, the possibility of the Stele being a Pharaonic propaganda piece cannot be ruled out.

If you like reading historical fiction, tangential stories from the Bible or other speculative and unscrupulous authors, blow your money away on this and other Ellis pulp.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 21 Jan. 2015
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As always great and informative information!
4.0 out of 5 stars Tempest & Exodus 24 Sept. 2011
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Part 2 of a series that I will read the rest of. Mr. Ellis dares to continue to venture into areas that not many want to tread for fear of being an outcast.
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