Adam (Mena) Was Pharaoh I.
THE ABYDOS TABLET fully agrees with Genesis and is often corroborated
by the Greek and Egyptian historians, Herodotus and Manetho. It shows Adam
as the first Pharaoh, and Noah the twentieth, while the intermediate
eighteen correspond with Genesis with remarkable accuracy. Mena's wife was
Shesh--Hebrew, Isha--woman. Her first son was Pharaoh II.--Greek,
Teta-Khent--guilty one; Hebrew, Kanighi; Latin, Athos; English, Cain. The
tablet for Abel represents him as the non-resistant one.
THE ABYDOS TABLET shows the same order as Moses (Genesis 4-6), giving
first the line of Cain down to Jabal, who was Kakan. At that time,
evidently, the gods and demigods began to fill the Earth with violence.
Seti's list omits the names of these. All demigods were destroyed in the
Deluge. Noah is next in order with a regal title. But since he was not of
Cain's family, THE ABYDOS TABLET there goes back, mentions Abel and Seth,
and Seth's line just as given in Genesis (untitled), down to Noah. These
all, as Pharaohs, have their royal ovals, but no supertitle. After Noah (Nofru),
Pharaoh XX., the line runs through his son Ham (Chamu Chufu).
Appropriately Noah's other sons are ignored; for Shem and Japheth went to
Asia and Europe, while only Ham went to Egypt.
Thus wonderfully is the Bible being vindicated by the very inscriptions
once supposed to contradict it.
Moses was "learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians."
Besides this, he was Jehovah's Prophet, and so certified by Jesus.
Although Moses lived two thousand years after Adam, history connected up
very close to his time, see diagram.
Lines drawn to scale, showing overlapping of Adam's 930 years,
Methuselah's 969, Shem's 600, Isaac's 180, Levi's 137, Amram's 137 and
Moses' 120. The overlapping periods were respectively 243 years, 68 years,
50 years, 40 years, 58 years and 31 years.