I have, and I gotta say that I'm sick and tired of seeing the same old tired arguments brought forward with absolutely no proof.
Let's take the "Virgin myth" stories.
The first one mentioned is apparently the "Virgin Queen" of Egypt "Mut-em-ua" giving birth to a Pharaoh named "Amenkept".
Main problems with this: firstly, she's not called "Mut-em-ua" but actually "Mutemwiya". In fact, I couldn't find a single reputable source for her being named "Mut-em-ua"; only websites that repeated the same gunge that Hope-of-Israel has on it's own pages - proof that they're all just copying from each other, rather than bothering to check whether the claims are true.
Secondly: He's not called "Amenkept III" either - it's actually Amenhotep III being referred to as (which H.o.I. also calls "Amenophis" - thankfully the name that led me to find which Pharaoh was being referred to). Again, I could find no reputable source that said that "Amenhotep" could ever
be known as "Amenkept", but only found the name on websites that were again repeating what is seen on H.o.I's site word for word
For further information on the actual Pharaoh being mentioned - Amenhotep III - refer to the Wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amenhotep_III
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Plus you know what is missing from the Wikipedia page? That there was ever a myth or tradition about Amenhotep III being born of a "Virgin" Queen
. If even Wikipedia doesn't have such information on it (let's face it, if there was any such credibility to a story about Amenhotep being born of a Virgin, no one would resist being able to put it on Wikipedia), where on earth are these websites getting their information from? I noticed that H.o.I gives absolutely no
source for this "myth", and also quotes that this "myth" story apparently materialised "2000 years before the Christian era". Which is kinda funny, especially as Amenhotep III wasn't born until about 1400 BCE, which isn't "2000 years before the Christian Era".
I wouldn't worry though - only about 200 other websites quote the exact same thing, all giving no source at all for such an idea.
Thirdly: There is no Egyptian god named "Taht". Not a single one. It took me ages to find out whom "Taht" could actually be, and the best I could find would be the god Thoth (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoth
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. "Kneph" actually "refers to a motif, variously a winged egg, a globe surrounded by one or more serpents, or Amun in the form of a serpent called Kematef. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kneph
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H.o.I also regurgitates the tied "Horus was born of the virgin Isis" myth concerning the myth. Horus was actually conceived after Isis had found and brought back together again the dismembered body of her god-husband Osiris, created a golden phallus (as Isis couldn't find Osiris' penis - good old Egyptian myths), then magically revived him, then through their sexual union
, Isis got impregnated by Osiris (who again died and became the god of the underworld) with the child that would become the god Horus. You can't have a sexual union with someone and still be called a "virgin" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horus
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Then frankly, I just stopped reading, as there's just no point if all H.o.I is repeating is the mindful diarrhea of idiots.
The only "hope for Israel" is if the entire "hope-for-israel.org" website was taken offline. Rampant stupidity of this sort should not be tolerated.
One day, I'll go through each and all of these ridiculous websites and prove to the world just how moronic and deluded their owners are