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Deconstructing the Lie and the Albino Fantasy of the Movie

"Exodus: Gods and Kings"





The Particulars of the Movie

Exodus: Gods and Kings is a Biblically-inspired epic. It is an interpretation of the exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt as led by Moses and as told in the Old Testament Book of Exodus in the Judeo and Christian Bibles.

Plot: “The defiant leader Moses rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, setting 600,000 slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues.


The Particulars of Egypt

Modern Egypt (Official name "Arab Republic of Egypt"): is at the center of the Arab world. Egypt controls the Suez Canal, the shortest sea link between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The country is defined by desert and the Nile, the longest river on Earth. The Nile flows north out of central Africa, cascading over the cataracts (waterfalls) through Upper (southern) Egypt and Lower (northern) Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea—with a mountainous desert to the east, a rolling drier desert to the west, and the vast Sahara desert to the south. Ancient civilizations arose along the narrow floodplain of the Nile, protected by the deserts that were natural barriers to invaders.

Egypt is Africa's second most populous country after Nigeria, and it has the highest population in the Arab world. About 95 percent of Egyptians live along the Nile—on less than 5 percent of Egypt's territory. The Nile Valley is one of the world's most densely populated areas, containing an average of 1,540 persons per square kilometer (3,820 per square mile). Most modern Egyptians are culturally Muslim Turk/Arabs (because of the Arab and then Turkish conquest of Egypt): and Racially Turks/Africans/and Mulattoes, but there is a sizeable Coptic Christian population of seven million.

For almost 30 centuries—from its unification around 3100 B.C. to its conquest by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C.—ancient Egypt was the preeminent civilization in the Mediterranean world. From the great pyramids of the Old Kingdom through the military conquests of the New Kingdom, Egypt’s majesty has long entranced archaeologists and historians and created a vibrant field of study all its own - "Egyptology". The main sources of information about ancient Egypt are the many monuments, objects and artifacts that have been recovered from archaeological sites, covered with hieroglyphs (writing). The picture that emerges is of a culture with few equals in the beauty of its art, the accomplishment of its architecture or the richness of its religious traditions.


Clearly the main feature of Egypt is "A HOT SUN-DRENCHED DESERT" with a River running through it.

With Daytime Temps. of as much as 124 F





Sunlight is Earth's primary source of energy. The only other source of energy Earth has are the fissionable materials trapped in Earth's crust, is what gives rise to geothermal energy, which drives the volcanism on Earth. Solar energy can be harnessed by a variety of natural and synthetic processes—photosynthesis by plants captures the energy of sunlight and converts it to chemical form (oxygen and reduced carbon compounds). The energy stored in petroleum and other fossil fuels was originally converted from sunlight by photosynthesis in the distant past.



Ancient Egyptians

Ancient Egyptians were Black/Brown skinned Africans who had migrated north from Central Africa over many thousands of years and many "Culture Phases". Among them: The Qadan culture (13,000 - 9,000 B.C.), The Badari culture (circa 4400 B.C.), The Amratian culture (4500-3100 B.C.), The Amratian (Naqada I), started as a parallel culture to the Badari, but eventually replaced it. In the middle of the fourth millennium B.C, the Gerzean/Naqada II culture superceded the Naqada I. In the next period, known as Naqada III, Egypt has by now, been split-up into many administrative/territorial divisions, known as Nomes - this heralds the beginning of Dynastic Egypt.



















Ancient Egyptians were able to work "UNCLOTHED" outdoors in the Blazing Sun, because nature has

endowed normal Humans with Melanin in their skin to protect them from the harmful effects of the Sun.




Modern normal Humans are just as comfortable in the Sun, as were the Ancient Egyptians.






The controversy

“Exodus: Gods and Kings” is the most recent film to face backlash regarding the portrayal of characters from the Bible and ancient Black civilizations by the entertainment industry. Director Ridley Scott’s film has so far been met with a furious Twitter storm armed with the its very own hashtag: #BoycottExodusMovie.

The “Exodus” cast’s leading lineup of kings, queens and prophets are all played by white actors such as Christian Bale and Sigourney Weaver, but the the slaves, servants and low-class civilians are played by Black and Mulatto actors.





Following months of backlash, Ridley Scott has finally addressed the casting controversies surrounding "Exodus." In an interview with Variety, Scott said the reason he cast white actors to play Egyptians in his Biblical film was because of monetary considerations. "I can't mount a film of this budget, where I have to rely on tax rebates in Spain, and say that my lead actor is Mohammad so-and-so from such-and-such," Scott told Variety. "I'm just not going to get it financed. So the question doesn't even come up."

"Ridley Scott is one of those guys who’s apparently hellbent on historical accuracy but doesn’t care enough to cast a person of color as Moses or a goddamn African queen while simultaneously filling out the rest of the movie with Black servants and thieves," David Dennis Jr. wrote in a post on Medium. "But to make the main characters white and everyone else African is cinematic colonialism. It’s creating a piece of historical 'art' that carries on oppressive imagery that’s helped shackle entire countries and corners of the world."

Scott had previously commented on his cast, but not the controversy, in an interview with Yahoo! Australia:

Egypt was –- as it is now -– a confluence of cultures, as a result of being a crossroads geographically between Africa, the Middle East and Europe. We cast major actors from different ethnicities to reflect this diversity of culture, from Iranians to Spaniards to Arabs. There are many different theories about the ethnicity of the Egyptian people, and we had a lot of discussions about how to best represent the culture. (That is a typical convenient lie of the Albino people - Egyptian history is the best known of all ancient civilizations).




The Cast

let us compare the cast with the actual people in History.




In ancient Egypt the Hebrews along with some other groups were known as the Hyksos. They took control of much of Egypt at the end of the 12th. dynasty which brought on the chaos of the Second Intermediate Period (15th-17th dynastys). Traditionally, only the Fifteenth Dynasty rulers are called Hyksos. The Greek name "Hyksos" was coined by Manetho to identify the Fifteenth Dynasty of Asiatic rulers of northern Egypt. In Egyptian Hyksos means "ruler(s) of foreign countries", however, Josephus translated Hyksos as "Shepherd Kings". Finally the Hyksos were expelled, (they went into Canaan - Biblical Exodus?). Subsequently though, a rebellion by unhappy quarry workers, encouraged the Hyksos to return to Egypt.

Here we are quoting Josephus Flavius from his book, Against Apion, where he is quoting passages concerning the Hyksos from Manetho's Aegyptiaca. Josephus is a Hebrew traitor named Joseph, who upon going over to the Romans, was made a General and given the title Josephus Flavius. He subsequently commanded Roman troops in putting down the Hebrew rebellion. {Not all Hebrews, especially the wealthy, objected to Roman rule}. Josephus's writing is generally considered to be "self-serving".

Quote: "Those sent to work in the quarries lived miserably for a long while, and the king was asked to set apart the city Avaris, which the Hyksos had left, for their habitation and protection; and he granted them their wish. But when these men had entered it, and found it suitable for a revolt, they chose a ruler from among the priests of Heliopolis, whose name was Osarsiph. They swore an oath that they would obey him in all things. The first laws he gave them were that they should not worship the Egyptian gods, nor should they abstain from any of the sacred animals that the Egyptians held in the highest esteem, but could kill them, and that they should not ally themselves to any but those that were of their conspiracy.

In his Against Apion, the 1st-century AD historian Josephus Flavius debates the synchronism between the Biblical account of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, and two Exodus-like events that the Egyptian historian Manetho apparently mentions. It is difficult to distinguish between what Manetho himself recounted, and how Josephus or Apion interpret him. Josephus identifies the Israelite Exodus with the first exodus mentioned by Manetho, when some 480,000 Hyksos "shepherd kings" (also referred to as just 'shepherds', as 'kings' and as 'captive shepherds' in his discussion of Manetho) left Egypt for Jerusalem. The mention of "Hyksos" identifies this first exodus with the Hyksos period (16th century B.C.).

The Egyptian historian "Manetho" (305–282 B.C.), writes about this expulsion: "And it was also reported that the priest, who ordained their polity and their laws, was by birth of Heliopolis, and his name was Osarsiph from Osyris, who was the god of Heliopolis; but that when he was gone over to these people, his name was changed, and he was called Moses".


As we see, Moses started as an Egyptian Priest

This is what ancient Egyptian Priests looked like!







The Hyksos


The Hyksos/Hebrews were originally Anatolians (a very advanced area and people) who had marauded down into ancient Sumer and created a Semitic dynasty there beginning with Hammurabi (circa 1800 B.C.). After they were expelled from Sumer (note the journey of Abraham), they invaded Canaan, and then entered Egypt as workmen during the great building phase of the 12th. dynasty. Eventually seizing power at the end of that dynasty.


Anatolian People and Artifacts

Now called Turkey - (the nation of Turkey was created in 1923).

It is named after the Central Asian Albinos, know as Turks, who began their invasion in the 6th. century A.D.).












Because these foreigners had maintained their identity as "Asiatic's" and had not become Egyptians, they felt empowered to establish their own communities and live by their own laws. Eventually, as their numbers increased, they challenged the power of the Egyptian monarchy itself, and Egypt fell into disarray. We do not known exactly how the "Hyksos" took northern Egypt, but took it they did. The middle and last part of the Second Intermediate Period (15th-17th dynastys) saw northern Egypt ruled by these foreign kings for hundreds of years.

During this time, Egypt was never under the control of a single monarch, but consisted largely of independent states under a variety of kings. The Egyptians called the foreign kings of northern Egypt - Heka-Khaswt - there is argument as to whether this translates to "Shepherd Kings" or "Rulers of the Foreign Lands." The Greeks later perverted this word to Hyksos. It might be of interest to note that in Sumer, the king was known in their hymns and poems as "the good Shepherd".





This second intermediate period, lasted for hundreds of years, until king "Tao" of Thebes took to battle in order to re-unify Egypt. After he fell in battle, his son Kamose carried on. King Kamose's throne name, Wadj-kheper-re means: "Flourishing is the Manifestation of Re". As Kamose picked up the battle-axe from his father, in the war against the Hyksos, he tried to motivate the Egyptian people to break the status quo, but it was a hard task, their fighting spirit wasn't high. The Hyksos had apparently been good neighbors, they had incorporated Egyptian gods into their religious pantheon, and had many commercial agreements with Egyptians in upper Egypt. They were people who had lived in Egypt for hundreds of years, and aside from their desire to build their nation with the Pharaohs land, were in all other ways tolerable.

In order to hold-off the oncoming Egyptian army, the old Hyksos king, "Apepi I" tried to make an alliance with the Nubians (people south of Egypt), and engage King Kamose in a two-front war, but it didn't work out as planned. Instead the Nubians joined forces with Kamose and headed north to expel the Hyksos. However, all Egyptians did not support expulsion of the Hyksos, and these people were treated as traitors.





Kamose's son, "Ahmose I" probably became ruler of Egypt around 1550 B.C. He was about the age of 10 when he came to the throne, and he ruled for a period of about 25 years. He completed the expulsion of the Hyksos and he offered no compromise. On his stella, Ahmose I proclaims that he chased the Hyksos out of Egypt, and as far east as the Euphrates river (into Sumer).













Ahmose I ended the Hyksos period in Egypt, he reigned c. 1539–1514 B.C. (18th. Dynasty).

Rameses II reigned from 12791213 B.C. (19th Dynasty)








Here is what the Albino people at Wiki say:

Ramesses II is one of the more popular candidates for the Pharaoh of the Exodus. He is cast in this role in the 1944 novella Das Gesetz ("The Law") by Thomas Mann. Although not a major character, Ramesses appears in Joan Grant's So Moses Was Born, a first person account from Nebunefer, the brother of Ramoses, which paints a picture of the life of Ramoses from the death of Seti, replete with the power play, intrigue, and assassination plots of the historical record, and depicting the relationships with Bintanath, Queen Tuya, Nefertari, and Moses. In film, Ramesses was played by Yul Brynner in Cecil B. DeMille's classic The Ten Commandments (1956). Here Ramesses was portrayed as a vengeful tyrant as well as the main antagonist of the film, ever scornful of his father's preference for Moses over "the son of [his] body". The animated film The Prince of Egypt (1998), also featured a depiction of Ramesses (voiced by Ralph Fiennes), portrayed as Moses' adoptive brother, and ultimately as the film's de facto villain. The Ten Commandments: The Musical (2006) co-starred Kevin Earley as Ramesses. In The Kane Chronicles Ramesses is an ancestor of the main characters Sadie and Carter Kane.


Okay but WHY???

Rameses comes along 235 years AFTER the Exodus!


The WHY is actually very simple, it fits in very neatly in with the European Albinos Fantasy of being not the illiterate Dravidian Albinos from Central Asia that they really were. But rather, the creators of civilizations all around the world, which is actually what Blacks did. To this end, European Albinos have created fake artifacts and created a fake history for themselves since taking power and expelling Blacks from Europe during the late medieval. This silliness with the Movie is merely another in a long, long, line of Albino falsifications where they put themselves in the place of Blacks historically. The Albino people have done this historical substitution of Races for so long, that they think that there is no consequence to the practice - after all - it's just keeping the "Niggers" in their place! (However falsely). But can identity theft really be a good thing? Is it really harmless to the Human psyche to live a lie? Not according to Rene Carsten PhD.



Journal of Personality Disorders, 20(6), 618–644, 2006
The Guilford Press


Carsten Rene´ Jørgensen, PhD

Traditionally, personal identity is considered to be important for psychological health and adaptive functioning. Identity diffusion and other more severe forms of disturbance associated with personal identity are regarded as being essential parts of the borderline personality disorder. Moreover, disturbances in identity are seen as being part of the dynamic background for many of the symptoms and maladaptive behaviors found in borderline patients. It is argued, that the development of personal identity is intimately related to, and indeed dependent on, elements of modern culture, with significant cultural changes having affected the conditions under which human identity develops. Therefore, the identity diffusion seen in patients with borderline disorders must be understood in relation to not only the individual patient’s personal history and inner structures but also contemporary late modern culture and social organization.

“. . . it is very difficult for me to let other people get close to me. I am simply too afraid that they will discover that I am nothing at all, that I am nobody, a shadow, a ghost. (Anonymous borderline patient).




Because the Albino people stumbled across this Mummy with what appears to be

"Straight Blonde Hair" and they "DECLARED IT" to be the Mummy of Rameses II.



But as with most Albino lies, a knowledge of history,

and comparison with related people and artifacts, exposes the Albino lies.




Below is the "Authentic" mummy of Rameses IIs Father Seti I

Please note the results of scientific analysis below.



The Study

Determination of optimal rehydration, fixation and staining methods for histological and immunohistochemical analysis of mummified soft tissues
A-M Mekota1 , M Vermehren2
Department of Biology I, Biodiversity Research/Anthropology1 and Department of Veterinary Anatomy II2 , Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany
Submitted January 8, 2002; revised May 4, 2004; accepted August 12, 2004


During an excavation headed by the German Institute for Archaeology, Cairo, at the tombs of the nobles in Thebes-West, Upper Egypt, three types of tissues from different mummies were sampled to compare 13 well known rehydration methods for mummified tissue with three newly developed methods.


Results - Skin

Skin sections showed particularly good tissue preservation, although cellular outlines were never distinct. Although much of the epidermis had already separated from the dermis, the remaining epidermis often was preserved well (Fig. 1). The basal epithelial cells were packed with melanin as expected for specimens of Negroid origin.


Click here for a page on the many frauds concerning Egyptian Mummies




  Nun, in the Hebrew Bible, was a man from the Tribe of Ephraim, grandson of Ammihud, son of Elishama, and father of Joshua. (1 Chronicles 7:26-27)



Let us now deal with the Albino lie of White/Albino Jews.


As we have already seen, the people we call Hebrews/Jews were Blacks from Anatolia (now Turkey).

But one need not depend on those artifacts, we have other artifacts of ancient

Hebrews that were created by the ancient Assyrians, as testaments to their conquest of the Hebrews.






There are also many Frescos from ancient Synagogue's in Syria and elsewhere.











Back to the Movie Cast


  Queen Tuya (also called Tuy or Mut-Tuya) was the wife of Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt and mother of Princess Tia, Ramesses II and perhaps Henutmire. She was the daughter of Raia who was a military officer based on his title of Lieutenant of the chariotry. She is also supposed to be the adoptive mother of Moses.




















Rupert Murdoch, the owner of 20th Century Fox, the film’s distributor, has defended the decision to cast white actors in the lead roles in Ridley Scott’s new Egypt-based film Exodus: Gods and Kings by claiming that all of the Egyptians he knows are white.

In a tweet, the Australian media mogul, whose 20th Century Fox firm is the film’s distributor, wrote: “Moses film attacked on Twitter for all white cast. Since when are Egyptians not white? All I know are.” After he was heavily criticised by other users of the site, he added: “Everybody-attacks last tweet. Of course Egyptians are Middle Eastern, but far from black. They treated blacks as slaves.”



These people live in Egypt, they are the descendants of the Ancient Egyptians




The people below also live in Egypt, they are the descendants of the Albino Central Asian Turkic tribes

who conquered Ancient Egypt and formed the Ottoman Empire: which lasted from 1299–1923.

(It was dismantled because it was on the losing side during World War I.).









Getting back to the silly issue of White people in the ancient world:

This is what happens to humans WITHOUT Melaninated skin

in even MODERATE areas when they get too much Sunshine.










And Oh yes, let us not forget the Albino story that their White Skin is the result of "Evolutionary Change" to increase Vitamin "D" absorption in the Northern Climes.



Nah, it's just Albinism!



To Continue..

A Shirtless, Hatless, European Albino, would die very quickly in Egypt.

That is why they, (probably the Turks)

invented a clothing convention which called for being COVERED FROM HEAD to TOE!






Like the ancient Egyptians, the ancient Arabs were ALSO Black/Brown skinned, and went "Shirtless"

We know this, once again, because of ancient Assyrian relief's.












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