Solomon left Pillars to mark the site of the Red Sea Crossing.

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One response to “Solomon left Pillars to mark the site of the Red Sea Crossing.

  1. The people of Gopt had kings, never used an expression like Pharaoh. That came from Faraon, an Arabic title for a village chief. At the time of the Exodus there was no Egypt, it was called “Gopt”. At the time of the Exodus, Gopt extended throughout Canaan, so whoever those exiting folks are, they were still in Gopt when they crossed the Red Sea. Egyptologists find no use of the title “Pharaoh” in ancient documents and no evidence of “slaves” suddenly leaving or of plagues. The kings of Gopt had many workers who ate well, lived well, and even got a burial site near the pyramid as an additional perk. Slavery and that whip thing was part of the victimization meme, not a fact.

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