The Times of The Wicked Pharaohs: A Fabricated History [YAHUWAH]


It is one thing to try to prove to the world that the Pharahs/Pharaahs (Pharaohs) were black people of the seed of Cham (Ham) from the tribe of Mizraim (Egypt), but it is another thing to set the Pharaahs up in our minds as divine god-like beings who had a superior bloodline and who were not prone to wickedness and the illnesses that are common to mankind.  As a black people, Yahsharahal and all the people of Yahuwah need to be aware of how the wicked Pharaahs treated the ancestors of the children of Yahsharahal, so that we are not among those who boast in the divinity and excellency of the Pharaahs.

The purpose of this presentation is to expose the wickedness of the Pharaahs and to expose the fabricated history given them in our modern times.

Cross Reference To The Book Of Yashar (Jasher)

Yahuwshuwah (Joshua) 10:13 “And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the Book of Yashar? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven and hasted not to go down about a whole day.”

Yashar 88:63 “And when they were smiting, the day was declining toward evening, and Yahuwshuwah said in the sight of all the people, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon, and thou moon in the valley of Ajalon, until the nation shall have revenged itself upon its enemies.”

Yashar 88:64 “And Yahuwah hearkened to the voice of Yahuwshuwah, and the sun stood still in the midst of the heavens, and it stood still six and thirty moments, and the moon also stood still and hastened not to go down a whole day.”

Cross Reference ToThe Book Of Yashar (Jasher)

2 Shamuwal (Samuel) 1:18 “(Also he bade them teach the children of Yahuwdah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Yashar.)”

Yashar 56:8 “And Yaaqob said unto Yahuwdah, I know my son that thou art a mighty man for thy brethren; reign over them, and thy sons shall reign over their sons forever,
Yashar 56:9 “Only teach thy sons the bow and all the weapons of war, in order that they may fight the battles of their brother who will rule over his enemies.”

Yes It Is Written In The Book Of Yashar (Jasher)

The Scriptures of the Canon make a reference to the Book of Yashar, and as you can see, the information that The Scriptures bear witness is written in it, “is written in it”, and each one of us has to decide if we will accept the Book of Yashar as a part of the scriptural record or whether we will reject it and accept the historical record and interpretation of modern mankind.  We have been warned in advance that there would be those who would attempt to suppress truth.  The version of the Book of Yashar (there are other versions of which some have been discredited as forgeries) used in this presentation has a reputation for being “too detailed,” but the detail in the Book of Yashar compliments The Scriptures of the Canon rather than contradict.

The Detail In The Book Of Yashar

I encourage the viewer to take a moment to read the following books that are not included in The Canon:

1. Book of Yashar (Jasher) published by J.H. PARRY & COMPANY (1887)

2. Book of Enoch translated by R.H. Charles (1917)

3. Book of Yubal (Jubilees) translated by R.H. Charles (1917)

You will find that these books which have been suppressed and/or criticized are the books that expose in detail that fallen angels exist, the fallen angels called The Watchers exist, that fallen angels are wicked and hate mankind, that fallen angels have secret knowledge and power that they can give to mankind, that Nephilim giant hybrids existed, that animal hybrids existed, that plant hybrids existed, and that evil spirits exist and where they came from.

Vital To Your Understanding

There are others books that I am watching that have not been included in The Canon, but the Book of Yashar, Book of Enoch, Book of Yubal (Jubilees) are vital to your understanding of end time events. I encourage all the people of Yahuwah to take the time to read these books.  If you do not have the money to purchase them, you can read them online for free.

Book of Yasher (Jasher)

Book of Enoch

Book of Yubal (Jubilees)

The Death Of The Last Brother Of Yuwsaph (Joseph)

Yashar 63:2 “And it came to pass after the death of Luwy (Levi), when all Egypt saw that the sons of Yaaqob the brethren of Yuwsaph were dead, all the Egyptians began to afflict the children of Yaaqob, and to embitter their lives from that day unto the day of their going forth from Egypt, and they took from their hands all the vineyards and fields which Yuwsaph had given unto them, and all the elegant houses in which the people of Yahsharahal lived, and all the fat of Egypt, the Egyptians took all from the sons of Yaaqob in those days.

Yashar 63:3 “And the hand of all Egypt became more grievous in those days against the children of Yahsharahal, and the Egyptians injured the Yahsharahalites until the children of Yahsharahal were wearied of their lives on account of the Egyptians.”

In The Beginning Of The Wicked Egyptians

After the last brother of Yuwsaph (Joseph) died, the Egyptians forgot about how Yahuwah Alahayam of Yuwsaph saved them from the pains of famine and they began to mistreat the children of Yahsharahal.

Note: the name of the Yahsharahalite tribe of the priesthood is “Luwy” (lamed-waw-yod) and not Levi or Levy. An English form of the name can be found in the names Lou, Louie, and Louis.

Pharaah Melol

Yashar 63:4, 9

4 “And it came to pass in those days, in the hundred and second year of Yahsharahal’s going down to Egypt, that Pharaah king of Egypt died, and Melol his son reigned in his stead, and all the mighty men of Egypt and all that generation which knew Yuwsaph and his brethren died in those days.

9 “Melol was twenty years old when he began to reign, and he reigned ninety-four years, and all Egypt called his name Pharaah after the name of his father, as it was their custom to do to every king who reigned over them in Egypt.”

The Wickedness Of Pharaah Melol

Yashar 65:7-9

7 “So the king answered the elders of Egypt and said unto them, This is the plan advised against Yahsharahal, from which we will not depart.”

8 “Behold in the land are Pithom and Rameses, cities unfortified against battle, it behoves you and us to build them, and to fortify them.”

9 “Now therefore go you also and act cunningly toward them, and proclaim a voice in Egypt and in Goshen at the command of the king, saying,”

Pharaah Melol Has A Job For You!

Yashar 65:10, 12

10 “All ye men of Egypt, Goshen, Pathros and all their inhabitants! The king has commanded us to build Pithom and Rameses, and to fortify them for battle; who amonst you of all Egypt, of the children of Yahsharahal and of all the inhabitants of the cities, are willing to build with us, shall each have his wages given to him daily at the king’s order; so go you first and do cunningly, and gather yourselves and come to Pithom and Rameses to build.”

12 “And when some of the children of Yahsharahal shall come to build with you, you shall give them their wages daily for a few days.”

But I Really Don’t Want To Pay You
Yashar 65:13

13 “And after they shall have built with you for their daily hire, draw yourselves away from them daily one by one in secret, and then you shall rise up and become their task-masters and officers, and you shall leave them afterward to build without wages, and should they refuse, then force them with all your might to build.”

This is the account of the trickery Pharaah Melol and the Egyptians used to cause the Yahsharahalites to become slaves. According to the Book of Yashar, the tribe of Luwy (Levi) is the only tribe that did not fall for the trick and go into slavery.

Heavy Blows
Yashar 65:29-30

29 “And when some of the men of Yahsharahal refused to work on account of the wages not being given to them, then the exactors and the servants of Pharaah oppressed them and smote them with heavy blows, and made them return by force, to labor with their brethren; thus did all the Egyptians unto the children of Yahsharahal all the days.”

30 “And all the children of Yahsharahal were greatly afraid of the Egyptians in this matter, and all the children of Yahsharahal returned and worked alone without pay.”

Pharaah Melol’s Name Changed
Yashar 65:37

37 “And the children of Yahsharahal called Melol the king of Egypt “Meror, king of Egypt,” because in his days the Egyptians had embittered their lives with all manner of work.”

Meror or Marar (Strong’s H4844)

–bitter thing, bitter herb, bitterness

For the purposes of this presentation, I will continue to call him “Melol” throughout.

Yob (Job) Counselor To Pharaah Melol
Yashar 66:15, 19, 21

15 “And an officer, one of the king’s counsellors, whose name was Yob, from Mesopatamia, in the land of Uz, answered the king, saying,”

19 “But this is the advice counselled by which you may lessen them, if it seems good to the king to afflict them.”

21 “If it please the king, let a royal decree go forth, and let it be written in the laws of Egypt which shall not be revoked, that every male child born to the Yahsharahalites, his blood shall be spilled upon the ground.”

Pharaah Melol sent out the decree, but the Abary midwives refused to fulfill his request because they feared Yahuwah.

The Advise Of Reuel (Jethro)The Midianite To Pharaah Melol
Yashar 67:24, 26-28

24 “And the king sent and called his two counsellors Reuel the Midianite and Yob the Uzite, and they came and sat before the king.”

26 “And Reuel the Midianite answered the king and said, May the king live, may the king live forever.”  27 “If it seem good to the king, let him desist from the Abary and leave them, and let him not stretch forth his hand against them.”  28 “For these are they whom Yahuwah chose in days of old, and took as the lot of his inheritance from amongst all the nations of the earth and the kings of the earth; and who is there that stretched his hand against them with impunity, of whom their Alahayam was not avenged?”

Pharaah Melol Did Not Hearken To The Voice Of Reuel (Jethro)
Yashar 67:40-41

40 “Now therefore if it seem good in thine eyes, cease from destroying the children of Yahsharahal, but if it be not thy will that they shall dwell in Egypt, send them forth from here, that they may go to the land of Canaan, the land where their ancestors sojourned.”  41 “And when Pharaah heard the words of Jethro he was very angry with him, so that he rose with shame from the king’s presence, and went to Midian, his land, and took Yuwsaph’s stick with him.”

Pharaah Melol was warned about how Yahuwah let’s the nations punish His people, but how Yahuwah will not let the nations punish them with impunity. The nations will be punished for the affliction of Yahsharahal and for the affliction of all the people of Yahuwah.

Pharaah Melol Is The One Who Drowned The Male Babies Of Yahsharahal

Yashar 67:52-53

52 “And Pharaah called unto all his servants, saying, Go now and seek throughout the land of Goshen where the children of Yahsharahal are, and see that every son born to the Abary shall be cast into the river, but every daughter you shall let live.”  53 “And when the children of Yahsharahal heard this thing which Pharaah had commanded, to cast their male children into the river, some of the people separated from their wives and others adhered to them.”

This proclamation caused some of the children of Yahsharahal to practice birth control, but the Scriptures instruct husbands and wives not to separate themselves from one another sexually for too long a time.

Bathia The Daughter Of Pharaah Melol
Yashar 68:17-19, 32

17 “And Bathia, the daughter of Pharaah, went also to bathe in the river, owing to the consuming heat, and her maidens walked at the river side, and all the women of Egypt as well.”  18 “And Bathia lifted up her eyes to the river, and she saw the ark upon the water, and sent her maid to fetch it.”  19 “And she opened it and saw the child, and behold the babe wept, and she had compassion on him, and she said, This is one of the Abary children.”

32 “And Moses [Mashah] was in Pharaah’s house, and was unto Bathia, Pharaah’s daughter, as a son, and Mashah grew up amongst the king’s children.”

Mashah (Moses) Was Contemporary With Pharaah Melol

We can discern from the Book of Yashar that Mashah (Moses) was contemporary with Pharaah Melol.  Mashah grew up in the house of Pharaah Melol.  Even though Pharaah Melol demonstrated kindness towards the Abary child Mashah for his daughter’s sake, he was wicked toward Yahsharahal as a whole nation.

The Male Children Put To Work
Yashar 69:5-6

5 “Then Pharaah commanded in those days that a proclamation should be issued throughout Egypt to the children of Yahsharahal, saying, No man shall diminish any thing of his daily labor.”

6 “And the man who shall be found deficient in his labor which he performs daily, whether in mortar or in bricks, then his youngest son shall be put in their place.”

Yahuwah Afflicts Pharaah Melol
Yashar 76:24-26
24 “And all the children of Yahsharahal were yet in the land of Egypt serving the Egyptians in all manner of hard work, and the hand of Egypt continued in severity over the children of Yahsharahal in those days. 25 At that time Yahuwah smote Pharaah king of Egypt, and he afflicted him with the plague of leprosy from the sole of his foot to the crown of his head; owing to the cruel treatment of the children of Yahsharahal was this plague at that time from Yahuwah upon Pharaah king of Egypt.” 26 For Yahuwah had hearkened to the prayer of his people the children of Yahsharahal, and their cry reached him on account of their hard work.”

The Blood Of The Little Children
Yashar 76:28-29, 31-32

28 “And when Yahuwah had inflicted the plague upon Pharaah king of Egypt, he asked his wise men and sorcerers to cure him.”  29 “And his wise men and sorcerers said unto him, That if the blood of little children were put into the wounds he would be healed.

31 “And Pharaah’s ministers went and took the infants of the children of Yahsharahal from the bosoms of their mothers by force, and they brought them to Pharaah daily, a child each day, and the physicians killed them and applied them to the plague; thus did they all the days.”  32 And the number of the children which Pharaah slew was three hundred and seventy-five.”

Yahuwah Afflicts Pharaah Melol Again
Yashar 76:34-36

34 “And Pharaah was ten years afflicted with that plague, still the heart of Pharaah was more hardened against the children of Yahsharahal. 35 And at the end of ten years Yahuwah continued to afflict Pharaah with destructive plagues. 36 And Yahuwah smote him with a bad tumor and sickness at the stomach, and that plague turned to a severe boil.”

The health of Pharaah Melol was badly deteriorating under the hand of the many plagues of Yahuwah.

Pharaah Melol’s Anger Kindled
Yashar 76:37-39

37 “At that time the two ministers of Pharaah came from the land of Goshen where all the children of Yahsharahal were, and went to the house of Pharaah and said to him, We have seen the children of Yahsharahal slacken in their work and negligent in their labor.” 38 And when Pharaah heard the words of his ministers, his anger was kindled against the children of Yahsharahal exceedingly, for he was greatly grieved at his bodily pain.  39 And he answered and said, Now that the children of Yahsharahal know that I am ill, they turn and scoff at us, now therefore harness my chariot for me, and I will betake myself to Goshen and will see the scoff of the children of Yahsharahal with which they are deriding me; so his servants harnessed the chariot for him.”

The Fall Of Pharaah Melol
Yashar 76:40, 42-44

40 “And they took and made him ride upon a horse, for he was not able to ride of himself.

42 “And when they had come to the border of Egypt, the king’s horse passed into a narrow place, elevated in the hollow part of the vineyard, fenced on both sides, the low, plain country being on the other side. 43 And the horses ran rapidly in that place and pressed each other, and the other horses pressed the king’s horse. 44 And the king’s horse fell into the low plain whilst the king was riding upon it, and when he fell the chariot turned over the king’s face and the horse lay upon the king, and the king cried out, for his flesh was very sore.”

Pharaah Melol Near Death
Yashar 76:45-47

45 “And the flesh of the king was torn from him, and his bones were broken and he could not ride, for this thing was from Yahuwah to him, for Yahuwah had heard the cries of his people the children of Yahsharahal and their affliction. 46 And his servants carried him upon their shoulders, a little at a time, and they brought him back to Egypt, and the horsemen who were with him came also back to Egypt. 47 And they place him in his bed, and the king knew that his end was come to die, so Aparanith the queen his wife came and cried before the king, and the king wept a great weeping with her.”
The Three Sons Of King Melol
Yashar 76:50-53

50 “And the king had three sons and two daughters which Aparanith the queen his wife had borne to him, besides the king’s children of concubines. 51 And these were their names, the first born Othri, the second Adikam, and the third Morion, and their sisters, the name of the elder Bathia and of the other Acuzi. 52 And Othri the first born of the king was an idiot, precipitate and hurried in his words. 53 But Adikam was cunning and a wise man and knowing in all the wisdom of Egypt, but of unseemly aspect, thick in flesh, and very short in stature; his height was one cubit.”

Adikam The Second Born Will Take The Place Of Pharaah Melol

Yashar 76:54-58

54 “And when the king saw Adikam his son intelligent and wise in all things, the king resolved that he should be king in his stead after his death. 55 And he took for him a wife Gedudah daughter of Abilot, and he was ten years old, and she bare unto him four sons. 56 And he afterward went and took three wives and begat eight sons and three daughters. 57 And the disorder greatly prevailed over the king, and his flesh stank like the flesh of a carcass cast upon the field in summer time, during the heat of the sun. 58 And when the king saw that his sickness had greatly strengthened itself over him, he ordered his son Adikam to be brought to him, and they made him king over the land in his place.”

Pharaah Melol Was Not Embalmed

Yashar 76:59-62

59 “And at the end of three years, the king died, in shame, disgrace, and disgust, and his servants carried him and buried him in the sepulchre of the kings of Egypt in Zoan Mizraim. 60 But they embalmed him not as was usual with kings, for his flesh was putrid, and they could not approach to embalm him on account of the stench, so they buried him in haste. 61 For this evil was from Yahuwah to him, for Yahuwah had requited him evil for evil which in his days he had done to Yahsharahal. 62 And he died with terror and with shame, and his son Adikam reigned in his place.”

Let Me Digress For A Minute
The Tombs Of The Dead

From the Book of Yashar, we gather that Pharaah Melol died a very broken boned and diseased man.  The author of this presentation believes that it has not been a wise endeavor for the archaeologist to go digging in the tombs of the dead risking the possibility of raising up once again ancient diseases like leprosy and whatever other diseases the Pharaahs and others among the dead in Egypt were afflicted with.  They have done this desecration for the gain of the treasures of Egypt, but there is no telling what kind of ancient diseases they have inadvertently unleashed on the earth by doing this.

Let Me Digress For A Minute Again
The Treasures Of Egypt

Danayal (Daniel) 11:43 “But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.”

Are the people of Yahuwah watching this prophecy to see who on the earth is in control of the treasures of Egypt?  Have you researched where the treasures of Egypt are? The majority of the treasures of Egypt have been divided up and are in the museums of the kings of the north.

Check out the following websites if you want to know in detail:

Museums In The North With The Treasures of Egypt Link 1

Museums In The North With The Treasures of Egypt Link 2

Museums In The North With The Treasures of Egypt Link 3

Yaaqob Was Embalmed
Yashar 56:22, 29

22 “And Yaaqob ceased commanding his sons, and he drew his feet into the bed, he died and was gathered to his people.”

29 “And it came to pass after this that Yuwsaph commanded his servants the doctors to embalm his father with myrrh and frankincense and all manner of incense and perfume, and the doctors embalmed Yaaqob as Yuwcaph had commanded them.”

The Treasures Of Your Ancestors

Yashar 56:35-37
(bier-a stand on which a corpse or coffin is placed)

35 “And the sons of Yaaqob carried the bier upon which he lay; according to all that their father commanded them, so did his sons unto him.”  36 “And the bier was of pure gold, and it was inlaid round about with onyx stones and bdellium; and the covering of the bier was gold woven work, joined with threads, and over them were hooks of onyx stones and bdellium.”  37 “And Yuwsaph placed upon the head of his father Yaaqob a large golden crown, and he put a golden sceptre in his hand, and they surrounded the bier as was the custom of kings during their lives.”

The Treasures Buried With Yaaqob
Yashar 56:49

49 “And Yuwsaph and his brethren brought their father Yaaqob from that place, and they went to Hebron to bury Yaaqob in the cave by his fathers.”

The people of Yahuwah should not praise those who desecrate the graves and tombs of the dead when they present to the world their newly discovered treasures. Our ancestor Yaaqob was buried in a similar fashion as the Pharaahs with many treasures of gold and precious stones. The excavations of the dead have occurred all over the world. Who knows if some of the ancestors of Yahsharahal are not among those whose graves and tombs have been disturbed and are now displayed in a museum somewhere on the earth? Also, know that some of the children of Yahsharahal are mixed with Egyptian whose tombs are being disturbed.

Where Is Mashah (Moses) In All This?

I have deliberately left Mashah out of the picture because my focus has been on the wickedness of Pharaah Melol, but I will give you a quick synopsis of where Mashah was as follows:

1.  Mashah grew up and killed an Egyptian and fled from Pharaah Melol whose house he grew up in

2.  Mashah then went to Cush where he reigned as king over them for a long time

3.  Mashah then went to Midian where he was imprisoned by Reuel (Jethro) for ten years

4.  Reuel released Mashah from prison and permitted him to marry his daughter Zipporah

5.  Yahuwah introduced Himself to Mashah and commanded him to go to the new Pharaah and ask him to let his people go

This now brings us to the new Pharaah named Adikam.

What Is A “Dwarf”?

“Dwarfism is when an individual is short in stature resulting from a medical condition caused by problems that arise in the pituitary gland in which the growth of the individual is very slowed or delayed. Dwarfism is sometimes defined as an adult height of less than 147 cm (58 inches),[2] although this definition is problematic because short stature in itself is not a disorder. For example, in pygmy populations, a body height of less than 150 cm (59 inches) is normal.”

“Dwarfism can be caused by about 200 distinct medical conditions,[3]”

“Dwarfism is a medical disorder with the sole requirement being an adult height under 147 cm (4 ft 10 in) and it is almost always classified as to the underlying condition that is the cause for the short stature. Dwarfism is usually caused by a genetic disorder;”

What Is A “Midget”?

“A midget is a short person with relatively average bodily proportions in comparison with other human beings. The term is often improperly used to describe a person with the medical condition dwarfism. The two terms are often used synonymously because both terms originate as words defining small people. However, “midget” is regarded as offensive to those with dwarfism by both the Restricted Growth Association (UK based support network for people of profound short-stature) and the Little People of America (the American support network), along with many other nationally based groups, advocating the rights of individuals with disabilities and dwarfing conditions.”

“The term “midget” was coined in 1865 to describe an extremely short person with body proportions similar to those of a normal-sized persons.[1]”

Meet Pharaah Adikam

Yashar 77:1-6

1 “Adikam was twenty years old when he reigned over Egypt, he reigned four years. 2 In the two hundred and sixth year of Yahsharahal’s going down to Egypt did Adikam reign over Egypt, but he continued not so long in his reign over Egypt as his fathers had continued their reigns. 3 For Melol his father reigned ninety-four years in Egypt, but he was ten years sick and died, for he had been wicked before Yahuwah. 4 And all the Egyptians called the name of Adikam Pharaah like the name of his fathers, as was their custom to do in Egypt. 5 And all the wise men of Pharaah called the name of Adikam Ahuz, for short is called Ahuz in the Egyptian language. 6 And Adikam was exceedingly ugly, and he was a cubit and a span and he had a great beard which reached to the soles of his feet.”
A Cubit And A Span

In one verse it says Adikam was a cubit and in another it says a cubit and a span, I will be generous and use the measurement of a “cubit and a span”. A cubit is equal to between 18 inches and 21 inches and a span is equal to about 9 inches. Pharaah Adikam was between 27 inches and 30 inches tall (between 2 feet 3 inches and 2 feet 6 inches tall).  This would make him a dwarf.

The archaeologist have found evidence of other dwarfs in the historical records and excavations of Egypt. For the purposes of this study I will refer to Pharaah Adikam by the more politically correct term of dwarf rather than a midget throughout this presentation.

It is Pharaah Adikam that Yahuwah and Mashah petitioned to let His people leave Egypt to serve Him.

Another Dwarf In Egypt: Seneb

“Seneb was a dwarf who served as a high-ranking court official in the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt, circa 2520 BC. He is depicted with his wife and children in a painted sculpture from his tomb that is a famous example of Old Kingdom art. Despite his diminutive size, Seneb was a person of considerable importance and wealth who owned thousands of cattle, held twenty palace and religious titles and was married to a high-ranking priestess of normal size with whom he had three children. His successful career and the lavishness of his burial arrangements are indicative of the high status accorded to dwarfs in ancient Egyptian society.”

Dwarfism Is Usually Genetic

The Wikipedia article on Seneb states that dwarfs were accorded high esteem in Egypt, but according to Pharaah Melol the fact that his son, Adikam, was “short” (a dwarf) and “fleshy” (fat) were some of his negative characteristics. In addition, Yahsharahal described him as being an exceedingly ugly man. Perhaps some of the dwarfs were held in high accord because they were of the bloodline of Pharaah like Adikam. Dwarfism is usually a genetic condition.

The Wickedness Of Pharaah Adikam

Yashar 77:7-8, 12-14

7 “And Pharaah sat upon his father’s throne to reign over Egypt, and he conducted the government of Egypt in his wisdom. 8 And whilst he reigned he exceeded his father and all the preceding kings in wickedness, and he increased his yoke over the children of Yahsharahal.

12 “At that time the task-masters of Pharaah ordered the officers of the children of Yahsharahal according to the command of Pharaah, saying, 13 Thus says Pharaah, Do your work each day, and finish your task, and observe the daily measure of bricks; diminish not anything. 14 And it shall come to pass that if you are deficient in your daily bricks, I will put your young children in their stead.”

The Babies In The Wall Of Pharaah

Yashar 77:16-17, 20

16 “And whenever any deficiency was found in the children of Yahsharahal’s measure of their daily bricks, the task-masters of Pharaah would go to the wives of the children of Yahsharahal and take infants of the children of Yahsharahal to the number of bricks deficient, they would take them by force from their mother’s laps, and put them in the building instead of the bricks; 17 Whilst their fathers and mothers were crying over them and weeping when they heard the weeping voices of their infants in the wall of the building.”
20 And the number of all the children killed in the building was two hundred and seventy, some whom they had built upon instead of the bricks which had been left deficient by their fathers, and some whom they had drawn out dead from the building.”

Yahuwah Kills Children

I have said it in a previous video presentation on YouTube, and here I will say it again, Yahuwah kills the  children of the wicked.  However, Yahuwah does not want His people to think that He kills the children of the wicked for no reason. The Book of Yashar exposes that the Pharaahs were killing the children of Yahsharahal without mercy and Yahuwah requites evil for evil as you will see later.

Yahuwah Heard The Cry Of His People
Yashar 77:21, 24-25

21 “And the labor imposed upon the children of Yahsharahal in the days of Adikam exceeded in hardship that which they performed in the days of his father.”

24 “And Alahayam heard the voice of the children of Yahsharahal and their cry, in those days, and Alahayam remembered to them his covenant which he had made with Abaraham, Yahtsachaq (Isaac), and Yaaqob. 25 And Alahayam saw the burden of the children of Yahsharahal, and their heavy work in those days, and he determined to deliver them.”

Yahuwah SendsMashah (Moses) And Aharuwn (Aaron)
Yashar 79:5-6, 19-20

5 “And Yahuwah said unto Mashah, Go, return to Egypt, for all those men who sought thy life are dead, and thou shalt speak unto Pharaah to send forth the children of Yahsharahal from his land. 6 And Yahuwah showed him to do signs and wonders in Egypt before the eyes of Pharaah and the eyes of his subjects, in order that they might believe that Yahuwah had sent him.

19 “And Mashah and Aharuwn came to Egypt to the community of the children of Yahsharahal, and they spoke to them all the words of Yahuwah, and the people rejoiced an exceeding great rejoicing. 20 And Mashah and Aharuwn rose up early on the next day, and they went to the house of Pharaah, and they took in their hands the stick of Alahayam.”

The Petition To Pharaah Adikam
Yashar 79:32-33, 44, 46

32 “And in the morning Pharaah sent for Mashah and Aharuwn to come before the king, and they took the rod of Alahayam, and came to the king and spoke to him, saying,” 33 Thus said Yahuwah Alahayam of the Abary, Send my people that they may serve me.

44 “And Pharaah said to Mashah and Aharuwn, Behold I have not found the name of your Alahayam written in this book, and his name I know not.

46 “And Pharaah turned to Mashah and Aharuwn and said to them, I know not Yahuwah whom you have declared, neither will I send his people.”

Mashah And Aharuwn Tell Pharaah Adikam The Name Of Yahuwah
Yashar 79:47-48

47 “And they answered and said to the king, Yahuwah Alahayam of alahayam is his name, and he proclaimed his name over us from the days of our ancestors, and sent us, saying, Go to Pharaah and say unto him, Send my people that they may serve me.” 48 Now therefore send us, that we may take a journey for three days in the wilderness, and there may sacrifice to him, for from the days of our going down to Egypt, he has not taken from our hands either burnt offering, oblation or sacrifice, and if thou wilt not send us, his anger will be kindled against thee, and he will smite Egypt either with the plague or with the sword.

Mashah And AharuwnTell Pharaah About The Power Of Yahuwah
Yashar 79:49-50

49 And Pharaah said to them, Tell me now his power and his might; and they said to him, He created the heaven and the earth, the seas and all their fishes, he formed the light, created the darkness, caused rain upon the earth and watered it, and made the herbage and grass to sprout, he created man and beast and the animals of the forest, the birds of the air and the fish of the sea, and by his mouth they live and die. 50 Surely he created thee in thy mother’s womb, and put into thee the breath of life, and reared thee and placed thee upon the royal throne of Egypt, and he will take thy breath and soul from thee, and return thee to the ground whence thou wast taken.”

Pharaah Adikam’s Anger Kindled
Yashar 79:51-52

51 “And the anger of the king was kindled at their words, and he said to them, but who amongst all the alahayam of nations can do this? My river is mine own, and I have made it for myself. 52 And he drove them from him, and he ordered the labor upon Yahsharahal to be more severe than it was yesterday and before.”

Note: Keep in mind that Pharaah Adikam was 20 years old when he begin to reign over Egypt, and the Book of Yashar states he reigned only four years (up to age 24). It was a very young man that Mashah and Aharuwn were trying to reason with and he was new to the throne.

Two Years Elapsed
Yashar 80:1-2

1 “And at the end of two years, Yahuwah again sent Mashah to Pharaah to bring forth the children of Yahsharahal, and to send them out of the land of Egypt. 2 And Mashah went and came to the house of Pharaah, and he spoke to him the words of Yahuwah who had sent him, but Pharaah would not hearken to the voice of Yahuwah, and Alahayam roused his might in Egypt upon Pharaah and his subjects, and Alahayam smote Pharaah  and his people with very great and sore plagues.”

Fastforward: The Death Of The Firstborn
Yashar 80:41,43-44

41 “And the days of darkness passed away, and Yahuwah send Mashah and Aharuwn to the children of Yahsharahal, saying, Celebrate your feast and make your Passover, for behold I come in the midst of the night amongst all the Egyptians, and I will smite all their first born, from the first born of a man to the first born of a beast, and when I see your Passover, I will pass over you.

43 “And it came to pass in the middle of the night, that Yahuwah went forth in the midst of Egypt, and smote all the first born of the Egyptians, from the first born of man to the first born of beast. 44 And Pharaah rose up in the night, he and all his servants and all the Egyptians, and there was a great cry throughout Egypt in that night, for there was not a house in which there was not a corpse.”

Bathia And Pharaah Adikam Seek Mashah
Yashar 80:49-52

49 “And Bathia the daughter of Pharaah went forth with the king on that night to seek Mashah and Aharuwn in their houses, and they found them in their houses, eating and drinking and rejoicing with all Yahsharahal. 50 And Bathia said to Mashah, Is this the reward for the good which I have done to thee, who have reared thee and stretched thee out, and thou hast brought this evil upon me and my father’s house? 51 And Mashah said to her, Surely, ten plagues did Yahuwah bring upon Egypt; did any evil accrue to thee from any of them? Did one of them affect thee? And she said, No. 52 And Mashah said to her, Although thou art the first born to thy mother, thou shalt not die, and no evil shall reach thee in the midst of Egypt.”

Pharaah Adikam Ask For Prayer
Yashar 80:55-57

55 “And Pharaah king of Egypt approached Mashah and Aharuwn, and some of the children of Yahsharahal who were with them in that place, and he prayed to them, saying,” 56 Rise up and take your brethren, all the children of Yahsharahal who are in the land, with their sheep and oxen, and all belonging to them, they shall leave nothing remaining, only pray for me to Yahuwah your Alahayam.” 57 And Mashah said to Pharaah, Behold though thou art thy mother’s first born, yet fear not, for thou wilt not die, for Yahuwah has commanded that thou shalt live, in order to show thee his great might and strong stretched out arm.”

Pharaah Adikam The Firstborn Son

Pharaah Adikam was biologically the second born son of Pharaah Melol, but Pharaah Melol named Adikam the first born and gave Adikam his throne because his biological first born son, Othri, “was an idiot, precipitate and hurried in his words” in his opinion, but according to Mashah, Adikam should have received the curse of the plague of death of the firstborn. This is because he now was named the first born, just like Yaaqob and  Apharyam (Ephraim) were named the firstborn and were placed in a position to receive the blessing or cursing of the firstborn.

Yahsharahal Leaves Egypt
Yashar 81:5-6, 8

5 “And the children of Yahsharahal traveled from Egypt and from Goshen and from Raamses, and encamped in Succoth on the fifteened day of the first month.” 6 And the Egyptians buried all their first born whom Yahuwah had smitten, and all the Egyptians buried their slain for three days.

8 “And on the third day after the Egyptians had buried their first born, many men rose up from Egypt and went after Yahsharahal to make them return to Egypt, for they repented that they had sent the Yahsharahalites away from their servitude.”

Pharaah Adikam Pursues Yahsharahal
Yashar 81:22, 24-25

22 “And Pharaah rose up and harnessed his chariot, and he ordered all the Egyptians to assemble, not one man was left excepting the little ones and the women.”

24 “And the whole of this camp went and pursued the children of Yahsharahal to bring them back to Egypt, and they reached them encamping by the Red Sea. 25 And the children of Yahsharahal lifted up their eyes, and beheld all the Egyptians pursuing them, and the children of Yahsharahal were greatly terrified at them, and the children of Yahsharahal cried to Yahuwah.”

Mashah “Divides” The Red Sea
Yashar 81:32, 34-36

32 “And Mashah said to them, Stand in your places, for Yahuwah will fight for you, and you shall remain silent.”

34 “After this Mashah rose up from amidst the people, and he prayed to Yahuwah and said, 35 O Yahuwah Alahayam of the whole earth, save now thy people whom thou didst bring forth from Egypt, and let not the Egyptians boast that power and might are theirs. 36 So Yahuwah said to Mashah, Why dost thou cry unto me? Speak to the children of Yahsharahal that they shall proceed, and do thou stretch out thy rod upon the sea and divide it, and the children of Yahsharahal shall pass through it.”

Twelve Parts
Yashar 81:37-39

37 “And Mashah did so, and he lifted up his rod upon the sea and divided it.  38 And the waters of the sea were divided into twelve parts, and the children of Yahsharahal passed through on foot, with shoes, as a man would pass through a prepared road. 39 And Yahuwah manifested to the children of Yahsharahal his wonders in Egypt and in the sea by the hand of Mashah and Aharuwn.”

Each tribe of the children of Yahsharahal had a part to pass through in the Red Sea.

Pharaah Adikam Was Converted
Yashar 81:40-41

40 “And when the children of Yahsharahal had entered the sea, the Egyptians came after them, and the waters of the sea returned upon them, and they all sank in the water, and not one man was left excepting Pharaah, who gave thanks to Yahuwah and believed in him, therefore Yahuwah did not cause him to perish at that time with the Egyptians. 41 And Yahuwah ordered an angel to take him from amongst the Egyptian, who cast him upon the land of Ninevah and he reigned over it for a long time.”

The Children Of Pharaah Adikam

Yahuwah did not let Pharaah Adikam return to Egypt after he became a believer in the name and power of Yahuwah, but Pharaah Adikam had children in Egypt and some of those children “may” have carried the genetic condition of dwarfism in their bloodline.

The Historical And Archaeological Record Is False

There are those who believe and teach that Mashah was contemporary with a Pharaah named Ramesses II, but Yahuwah reveals in the Book of Yashar this is false.  Pharaah Melol was not embalmed because he stanked and the embalmers did not want to go near him to embalm him and he died afflicted with many diseases from the hand of Yahuwah, therefore, his body should not be well preserved among the Pharaahs. His body was in a state of decay even while he lived. Pharaah Melol should be all bones by now. Yet, they present Ramesses II as a mummy with preserved flesh. The mummy could not be Pharaah Melol. Twenty-four year old Pharaah Adikam was afflicted with the genetic condition called dwarfism and was not buried in Egypt at all, but was sent to Nineveh to serve as king there “after” he became a believer in the name and power of Yahuwah. Pharaah Melol and his son Pharaah Adikam are the ones who were contemporary with Mashah.

The Depopulation Programs Of The Pharaahs

The Book of Yashar exposes that the Pharaahs had many different depopulation programs and that the concept of depopulation programs are not new.  There are those in these last days who liken themselves to the Pharaahs.  They have placed themselves over the people as taskmasters and overlords and they have their own depopulation programs.  They have power in their hands to say who lives and who dies. They are the new Pharaahs.

Is Not This Written In The Book of Yashar?
Yahuwshuwah (Joshua) 10:132
Shamuwal (Samuel) 1:18

Oh, by the way, I recently learned that “yashar” is not a specific person in these verses.
Cepher (Strong’s H5612) means: book

Ha yashar means:

“Ha” means: the

Yashar (Strong’s H3477) means:  right, upright, righteous, straight, convenient, Jasher, equity, just, meet, meetest, upright ones, uprightly, uprightness, well

It means “Book of The Righteous” or “Book of The Upright Ones”.

The Pharaahs Were Not Divine

The historical record that the archaeologist and historians have fed us is a fabrication of history.

Pharaah Melol and Pharaah Adikam were contemporary with Mashah. The Pharaahs were mere men just like you and me who were prone to disease (even genetic disease) just like you and me. The Pharaahs were subject to death just like you and me.  Some of the Pharaahs were exceedingly wicked. The Pharaahs were not divine, nor was their bloodline superior.  Alahayam do not die nor can Alahayam be destroyed. The only superior or prophetic bloodline is the blood of Yahuwshuwah Mashiyach, Son of Yahuwah.

Take Heed!

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