New PDF release: 1174 BC: The Exodus Discovered!

By Rick Mercer

ISBN-10: 1478715189

ISBN-13: 9781478715184

eventually, the particular date of the Exodus has been discovered!

For millions of years the epic tales of Moses, the Israelites and their exodus out of Egypt and into the Promised Land were instructed to thousands of awe encouraged listeners. it's a grand story of miracles and deliverance, cemented because the cornerstone of religion for either Judaism and Christianity. yet there is one challenge! No actual Egyptian evidence has ever been stumbled on to corroborate those Biblical tales. that is correct. No point out of Moses, Joseph, the Israelites, or the Exodus has been pointed out within the Egyptian old files. till now...

This is a secret that has at a loss for words biblical students and historians for millions of years. How may perhaps or not it's that this ancient collision of civilizations can't be proven during the documents of Egypt? Did they honestly occur? Has there been a canopy up? Have the tales been in some way misinterpreted or decorated over the passage of time?

I took on a venture to discover the reality and the solutions i found are actually incredible. It seems the explanation no facts has been came across is simply because now we have been having a look within the flawed period! The proof is it appears that evidently to be had, yet previously not anyone has been in a position to positioned the puzzle items jointly. Now, for the 1st time, we can piece jointly the genuine timeline of the Hebrew origins and understand, according to genuine Egyptian documents plus proven within the Bible, the real date of the Exodus… 1174 BC!

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