Was Ahmose I Moses? An Opinion By One Of Our Readers, “Iggy”.

by Daniel Russ on November 26, 2018

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The 18th dynasty Pharaoh’s reign coincide directly with the reign of Solomon. The Exodus occurred exactly 480 (479 literal BC years when adjusted for inclusive counting) years before the temple was built by Solomon.

I think Kamose was the pharoah of the Exodus.

(Google the Kamose stele/s and the English interpretations). And I think AHMOSE 1 was Moses. (See the Ahmose Stele and it’s interpretation)
Ahmose-Nefertari was the daughter of the 17th Dynasty pharaoh, Seqenenre Tao II and his wife, Ahhotep I. She was the sister and Great Royal Wife of Ahmose I, the founder of the 18th Dynasty.

Ahmose-Nefertari and Ahmose I are believed to have had three sons – a stela from Karnak depicts the queen with a son named Ahmose-ankh, and the mummified body of a second son, Siamum, was found in the Deir el-Bahri mummy cache. She is also the mother of Amenhotep I, who later became pharaoh. Another prince named Ramose may also be a son of Ahmose-Nefertari. The queen is known to have given birth to at least two daughters, Ahmose-Meritamun (who later became the wife of her brother, Amenhotep I) and Ahmose-Sitamun. Mutnofret, the wife of Thutmose I, may also be the daughter of Ahmose-Nefertari.

The queen held many titles, including ‘hereditary princess’, ‘great of grace’, ‘great of praises’, ‘king’s mother’, ‘great king’s wife’, ‘god’s wife’, ‘united with the white crown’, ‘king’s daughter’, and ‘king’s sister’, which indicate that she held a prominent place at court. Furthermore, the influential offices of ‘SECOND PROPHET OF AMUN’ and ‘Divine Adoratrice’ were bestowed upon the queen by Ahmose I.

AHMOSE 1 WAS NAMED AFTER THE PHARAOH’S DAUGHTER THAT RESCUED HIM. HE IS MOSES. I think it’s almost a no-brainer…

 

  Ahmose 1 was Moses and not blood related to his mother or brother. Have them check the DNA! And his brother lost the army and all the chariot’s in the Red Sea. That’s why he vanished from history. And, that’s why God told Moses to go talk to the Pharaoh again, that his enemies were all gone. The Pharaoh was the mother that raised him and he became Pharaoh, himself. They already knew he was a warrior with God on his side…

 

 

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