Amenemope, Vs King Solomon Of Israel



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King, Solomon, Israel, Bible, Egyptian, Akhenatem, Amenemope

Pharaoh Amenemope
Pharaoh Akhenatem

Egyptian Scrolls And The Bible, Amenemope Vs King Solomon Of Israel

The Comparison below were but a few of the selected sayings of the entire so-called "Proverbs Of King Solomon" of Israel, however, the entire Psalms "Songs Of King Solomon" including the Torah, are full of direct copies of works written word for word as their African sayings and teachings.

The Comparative Works, The Teachings Of Egyptian Pharaoh Amem-Em-Ope:

"Give thine ear and hear what I say, apply thine heart, let them rest in the casket of thy belly. That they may act as a peg upon thy tongue. Consider these thirty chapters, they delight and instruct, knowledge how to answer him that speaketh and how to carry back report to one that sent it. Beware of robbing the poor and of oppressing the afflicted. Associate not with a passionate man nor approach him for conversations, leap not to cleave to such one that the terror carries thee not away. A scribe who is skilful in his business findeth himself worthy to be a courtier."

Asia Minor, Proverbs (22) XXII 17 & (23) XXIII 14 The "Teachings Of King Solomon" of Israel:

"Incline thine ear and hear the words, apply thine heart to apprehend, for it is pleasant if thou keep them in thy belly, that thy may be fixed like a peg upon thy lips. Have I not written for thee thirty sayings, of counsels and knowledge! that thou may make known truth to him that speaketh. Rob not the poor for he is poor, neither oppress the lowly at the gate. Associate not with a passionate man nor go with a wrathful man, lest thou learn his ways and get a snare to thy soul." Top left pharaoh Amenemope.

Bible's Psalm 104 = Akhenaten's Hymn

"Every lion cometh forth from his den, the serpents they sting. Darkness reigns bright is the earth when thou risest in the horizon. The two lands are in daily festival, awake and standing upon their feet. then in all the world they do their Work how manifold are all thy works! They are hidden from before us, oh thou sole deity, whose powers no other Possesseth. Thou didst create the earth according to thy desire, being alone: men, all cattle, large and small men, all that are upon the earth."

Akhenaten's Hymn, Lion, Sky, Fly, Thou, Rays, Horizon, Maketh

Egyptian God Atum

When thou settest in the western horizon of the sky, The earth is in darkness like the dead; They sleep in their chambers, Their heads are wrapped up, Their nostrils are stopped, And none seeth the other, While all their things are stolen Which are under their heads, And they know it not.


Every lion cometh forth from his den, All serpents, they sting. Darkness... The world is in silence, He that made them resteth in his horizon.Bright is the earth when thou risest in the horizon.


When thou shinest as Aton by day Thou drivest away the darkness. When thou sendest forth thy rays, The Two Lands (Egypt) are in daily festivity, Awake and standing upon their feet When thou hast raised them up.


Their limbs bathed, they take their clothing, Their arms uplifted in adoration to thy dawning. (Then) in all the world they do their work. All cattle rest upon their pasturage, The trees and the plants flourish, The birds flutter in their marshes, Their wings uplifted in adoration to thee.


All the sheep dance upon their feet, All winged things fly, They live when thou hast shone upon them. The barques sail up-stream and down-stream alike. Every highway is open because thou dawnest. The fish in the river leap up before thee. Thy rays are in the midst of the great green sea.Creator of the germ in woman, Maker of seed in man, Giving life to the son in the body of his mother, Soothing him that he may not weep, Nurse (even) in the womb, Giver of breath to animate every one that he maketh!

Pharaoh Akhenatem

When he cometh forth from the body ... on the day of his birth, Thou openest his mouth in speech, Thou suppliest his necessities. When the fledgling in the egg chirps in the shell, Thou givest him breath therein to preserve him alive. When thou hast brought him together To (the point of) bursting it in the egg, He cometh forth from the egg To chirp with all his might. He goeth about upon his two feet When he hath come forth therefrom. How manifold are thy works!


They are hidden from before (us), O sole God, whose powers no other possesseth. Thou didst create the earth according to thy heart While thou wast alone: Men, all cattle large and small, All that are upon the earth, That go about upon their feet; (All) that are on high, That fly with their wings.


The foreign countries, Syria and Kush, The land of Egypt; Thou settest every man into his place, Thou suppliest their necessities. Every one has his possessions, And his days are reckoned.


Their tongues are diverse in speech, Their forms likewise and their skins are distinguished. (For) thou makest different the strangers. Thou makest the Nile in the Nether World, Thou bringest it as thou desirest, To preserve alive the people. For thou hast made them for thyself, The lord of them all, resting among them; Thou lord of every land, who risest for them, Thou Sun of day, great in majesty.


All the distant countries, Thou makest (also) their life, Thou hast set a Nile in the sky; When it falleth for them, It maketh waves upon the mountains, Like the great green sea, Watering the fields in their towns.How excellent are thy designs, O lord of eternity!

Nile, Thy, Thou, Aton, Sky, Thee, Earth


There is a Nile in the sky for the strangers And for the cattle of every country that go upon their feet.


(But) the Nile, it cometh from the Nether World for Egypt.


Thy rays nourish every garden; When thou risest they live,


They grow by thee, Thou makest the seasons In order to create all thy work:


Winter to bring them coolness, And heat that they may taste thee.


Thou didst make the distant sky to rise therein, In order to behold all that thou hast made,


Thou alone, shining in thy form as living Aton, Dawning, glittering, going afar and returning.


Thou makest millions of forms Through thyself alone; Cities, towns, and tribes, highways and rivers.


All eyes see thee before them, For thou art Aton of

the day over the earth.


Thou art in my heart, There is no other that knoweth thee Save thy son Akhnaton.


Thou hast made him wise In thy designs and in thy might.


The world is in thy hand, Even as thou hast made them.


When thou hast risen they live, When thou settest, they die;


For thou art length of life of thyself, Men live through thee, While (their) eyes are

upon thy beauty Until thou settest.


All labour is put away When thou settest in the west.


Thou didst establish the world, And raise them up for thy son, Who came forth from thy limbs,


The King of Upper

and Lower Egypt, Living in Truth, Lord of the Two Lands, Nefer-khepru-Re, Wan-Re (Akhnaton), Son of


Re, living in Truth, lord of diadems, Akhnaton, whose life is long;


(And for) the chief royal wife, his beloved, Mistress of the


Two Lands, Nefer-nefru-Aton, Nofretete Living and flourishing for ever and ever