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1433 BC ENLIL & MOSES LED ISRAELITES FROM EGYPT TO SINAI: SITCHIN'S VERSION 300 years or so after Jacob's followers–the Israelites–had settled in Egypt at the invitation of Jacob's son Joseph (who was Overseer of Egypt) the New Kingdom pharaohs conquered all Egypt. The Pharaoh of the Marduk-allied New Kingdom, married Joseph's daughter, Princess Tiye. But Pharaoh decreed, that "no son born to Tiye could inherit the throne." Pharaoh feared the Israelites in Egypt had too much power in Egypt so he ordered Tiye's child killed at birth if a son. But Tiye went to her Israelite relatives place at Zarw, birthed a boy and floated him downstream in a reed basket to the house of where Pharaoh's daughter bathed. Pharaoh's daughter adopted the boy, named him Moses. When Moses matured, he killed an Egyptian overseer who brutalized Israelites. Pharaoh Thothmose III ordered Moses killed, but Moses escaped to Sinai, where he married the daughter of a Midianite priest. In 1450 B.C., the new Pharaoh, Amenhotep II let Moses' death sentence expire. In Sinai, Enlil taught Moses strategies and gave him devices to impress Amenhotep of the power of Yahweh, as Enlil now called himself. The big Nibiran then ordered Moses back to Egypt. and show Pharaoh magical powers to convince him to free...