Akhenaten's rule was from 1353 to 1336 BCE. Traditional Jewish tradition places the Exodus to 1313 BCE. Then there's this "The 13th century date solves the problems of the earlier ones (the period of the Judges would not be too long, there is archaeological evidence of the kingdoms the Hebrews had extensive contact with, and the Egyptians were no longer a major force in the area) and is the date accepted by more archaeologists and historians than the others. With the 13th century dating of the Exodus, settlement of Canaan by the Israelites occurs in the 12th century B.C.E." 1313 BCE. is the accepted date. Akhenaten ruled from 1353 to 1336 BCE. He was known as the Heretic King for promoting Monotheism. Following his rule, his images were mutilated, implying that the Egyptians revolted and went back to Pantheism. So I think it's possible that this information was supressed. Hidden. The story of Moses (An Egyptian Name) probably contains the history in code. We are most likely the remnant of the followers of Akhenaten. Persecuted and we left, led by Moses. Therefore, brothers with the Egyptians by blood. Test the DNA. See if I'm right.
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from the article: Were Jews ever really slaves in Egypt, or is Passover a myth?
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