It is not until now that I have learned of this mysterious stone of Egyptian or Afrikan hieroglyphics.
What does the stone, its inscription and location of the stone mean? Just how were or did historians explain how a seventy ton boulder with Paleo (titled by some) Hebrew inscription appear on this mountain landscape in North America around 1000 B.C.?
Why have they buried this Ancient Afrikan history in a shrouded Gospel of Greco-Roman compromises and rhetoric?
People have been and are aware of the Inscription on the boulder since New Mexico became a territory in 1850. However, no one could read the Inscription. The Inscription could not be read because there were no new Americans who were learned in hieroglyphics, Old or Paleol-Hebrew, Aramaic, Canaanite or the Phoenician alphabet. It was not until a century later, in 1949, Robert H. Pfeiffer of the Harvard University translated the writings on stone. Could it be that the inscribers mimicked or retold the story of Moshe or the Exodus and copied the hearing of it on stone just like Moses had been purported to do?
Pfeiffe was noted to be an authority on the Old Testament or the Hebrew Scriptures of the Bible. Keep in mind, that the Bible as we know it here in the West was not only written many years later from verbal accounts and stories; it has gone through a succession of translations and mistranslations from the original Old Hebrew and Aramaic from Egyptian Stele or Scrolls. Prior to being translated into the Vulgate then re-transliterated into Greek then Old English--the Bible.
Now, mind you that these modern-day scholars had to also learn these ancient languages, which themselves had evolved over the years. Many of these scholars differed as to historical facts, idioms and phrases. Therefore, the Scriptures and the Bible as we know them, are not the same as the original writings however, a facsimile of those writings and contrived one at that.
Only some of these writings
were ‘Canonized’ or written to form the Bible. The Bible gives us basic principles, allegorical and
metaphorical moral stories to guide us into Truth that established the norms of societies values and conduct. Most historical significance as far as customs and traditions of an ancient Afrikan Moors, Egyptians and Hebrew people were not included in the Bible and were most often overlooked, misunderstood, mistranslated or glazed over.
My studies recently uncovered the major source historians and archeologist used to authenticate the Scriptures and the Bible. The source of these authentications came from ancient Egyptian inscriptions or hieroglyphics; in particular, the Merneptah Stele and what many erreneously call "The Book of the Dead". If they understood the Mysteries of the Ancestors, they would have called the Scrolls more appropriately The Book of the Living!
Egyptian hieroglyphs or ‘mdw.w-ntr’ transcribed as god’s words, were used by the Ancient Egyptian Priests to chronicle history and to write religious literature.
The Merneptah Stele was written in 1208BC and experts used the Stele to predate the history and evolution of Judaism and Christianity. The so-called New Testament was written from 35AD to 100AD. I write about the Merneptah Stele in Before Abraham Was I AM
Another Ancient and most vitally important spiritual work, the Pypuras of Ani, inappropriately called the Book of the Dead is also a very important source of plagiarized and excerpted data by the Greeks and Romans.
Pfeiffe concluded that the Inscription on the boulder was a copy of the Ten Commandments. He thought that the inscription was written in the Phoenician, the Moabite (Egyptian), and the Greek languages.
However, Professor Pfeiffer did not say who
he thought carved the message. Therefore
the site has been called by some of the locals the Phoenician Inscription Rock but has since been
called the "Ten Commandments Rock".
Some who has
studied the Rock has considered it to be an Inscription from a member of one of the so-called "lost tribes of Israel". (I say so-called merely because they are not lost but itentionally written out of history.) While
others have expressed the thought that it contains some Mormon history of the
Nephthys (Egyptian Priestesses). Others say the writings are not of Egyptian (Afrikan) origin.
How these so-called experts come to a consensus that the writings were not written in a “reformed Egyptian” language, when all archeological and historical facts points back to Ancient Egypt-Afrika and the ‘fraction’ or dissenting of a 'mixed multitude' being freed from so-called bondage from Egypt; into Canaan Land, eludes this novice scholar! Particularly, when the Biblical account of the story of the “Exodus” supports "A mixed multitude" within the Nation of Hebrews coming out of Egypt!
As made-up and tailored as
the story has been told, it still collaborates and attests to the fact that
the Hebrews came out of Egypt-Afrika. When you know who you are and where you came from, you can Celebrate You!
None the less, many modern scholars now seem to agree
that the Rock Inscription is indeed an abridged version of the Decalogue or Ten
Professor Frank Hibben, a local New Mexican historian and retired archaeologist from the University of New Mexico is convinced that the inscription is ancient and authentic.
For the complete story and more photos see one of my references of study: The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone
Apostle Rubie James