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Solomon, Pharaoh of Egypt (Egyptian Exodus Series Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

Ralph Ellis
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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*** King Solomon was a Pharaoh of Egypt ***

There are indisputable links between the Egyptian and Judaic royal lines, demonstrating that King David and King Solomon were actually kings of a unified Egypto-Judaic nation. This is why there is no evidence for these monarchs in the archaeology of modern Israel; for the evidence, including the tombs, sarcophagi and death-masks of these famous monarchs, are actually located in the north eastern Nile Delta.

The Queen of Sheba was also related to this royal line and, as befitting the great 'Queen of the South', her sarcophagus was discovered at Deir el Bahri in Luxor. The book also shows the location of King Solomon's Mines and the true historical identity of Hiram Abif, the hero of the Masonic 3rd degree.

Egyptian Exodus Series.
Sequel to "Tempest & Exodus"
Followed by "Scota, Egyptian Queen of the Scots"
v 3.4


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  • File Size: 16718 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Edfu Books; v3.4 edition (December 23, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0049B2FRC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars love it April 28, 2006
By Alex M.
Format:Paperback
This is a third book of the sequel "Jesus", "Tempest" and "Solomon" by Ralph Ellis. And even though it's not necessary to read the previous books to get the author's point, it's a good idea to get them as well.

The author's theory, equating Hyksos to Israelities, finds more evidence when he comapres Historical figures of Pharoahs of 21st Dynasty to their biblical couterparts.

What I like the most about the book is that not only it describes interesting alternative history theory, but that author seems to be able to substantiate his theory with the evidence taken from historical accounts, from Bible, Koran and other scriptures.

You should read this book with open mind, knowing that it is a radical alternative history book, as Ralph appropriately warns in each of his book.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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I read the first edition of 2002 of "Solomon, Falcon of Sheba: The tombs of King David, King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba discovered" aka "Solomon, Falcon of Sheba: The tombs of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba discovered" aka "Solomon, Pharaoh of Egypt". Be aware that Ralph Ellis frequently revises his books. This edition is already revised with an addendum referencing the one month (!) older prototype edition. Some of my criticism in this review may be invalid in a later edition. Be sure to get the last edition available.

This is the third part in a revelatory series by Ralph Ellis, starting with Jesus: Last of the Pharoahs, the previous being Tempest & Exodus and the next, not last in line being Eden In Egypt. It isn't REALLY necessary to read all of them, however it does help indeed to have digested the first part previously. Yet, the author references back and forth in the Ellis universe of revisionist history, so you won't get lost.

As usual, the author reveals controversial hypotheses, based on even more unconventional reasoning. Of the six Ellis-books I have read, this ranges in the middle rating wise. I thought it would be interesting to experience for me as a RastafarI to read about issues which are more directly related to my branch of religion than the other books in the series, as King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba are the primary concern here. Would I be more easily offended?

The number of theories and hypotheses in any given Ellis-book outnumbers that of any other "revelatory" author I have read so far.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An exciting and breathtaking read June 17, 2003
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Solomon: Falcon Of Sheba by Ralph Ellis is an exciting and iconoclastic tour of Biblical history, archaeological evidence, and legend. The reader will acquire a significantly broader metaphysical understanding of Egypt's legendary monarchs in an exhaustive and complex study which draws the reader out along an amazing archaeological and historical trail concluding that real story of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba is not as we have commonly or traditionally known it. An exciting and breathtaking read, Solomon: Falcon Of Sheba is especially recommended to students of Biblical Archaeology. Also very highly recommended are two earlier works by Ralph Ellis: Jesus, Last Of The Pharaohs ...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Getting warmer, but not quite there. March 12, 2010
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I applaud the efforts of Ralph Ellis. However, more details and more specifics are needed to draw accurate conclusions. The author has correctly noted that there is the obvious connection between the Hebrews and the Egyptions, but the specifics and accurate identifications are somewhat off-base. Interested readers should invest in the books " Moses and Akhenaten" and "The Hebrew Pharoahs of Egypt" both written by Ahmed Osman.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solomon, Falcon of Sheba October 17, 2004
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I have been an avid fan of Ralph Ellis, since reading Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs. This book exceeded my expections. The Bible tells us that Solomon was the son of King David and Solomon was visited by the mysterious Queen of Sheba, but the story is sketchey at best. Ellis efectively fills in the details, and reveals the Egyptian royal family connection of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba with Israel that has been surpressed by the Biblical editors and the Church throughout history. This book is highly recommended! A hard book to put down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Solomon March 2, 2014
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Book is ok and speaks directly as origination elsewhere than we have been led to believe. I received excellent order and delivery time.
I have only read the basis parts of this book and shall periodically return to read more. What happened back then is still in a cloud of dispute and veiled. The writers of that timeframe handed down what they thought we should know as a basic history and changed or ignored the truth. This is a good read and projects the author's findings in a different direction or viewpoint. So decide for yourself.
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