777 Black Pharaoh Taharqa 777


 

If one is to understand the Old Testament in context one has to know some of the history of ancient Mesopotamia its rulers and kings.  The Ethiopian kingdom of Cush is talked about throughout the Old Testament as one of the saviors of the Israelites when they got into trouble.  This video although a little long explains a lot about the Old Testament narratives.

You had King Cyrus of Persia who toppled king Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon 5th Century and freed the Israelites from captivity.

Then you had the Pharaoh Taharqa who was one the most powerful Pharaoh of the 25th Dynasty.  In the Old Testament he is known as, “Tirhakah” he was the son of Piye and successor of Shebitku.  Shebitku was his uncle both ruled Egypt for only 75 years.  Together they changed the history and politics of Egypt for centuries to come.

Names;

Tirhakah— Isa. 37: 9— “and he is hearing on Tirhakah king of Cush to to say-of he marches forth to to fight you and he is hearing, and he is sending messengers to Hezekiah to to say of….

King Hezekiah– according to the Hebrew Bible he was the son of Ahaz and the 13th king of Judah who reigned between 715 and 686 BC.  He witnesses the destruction of the northern kingdom of Israel by Sargon’s Assyrians 722 BC.   He enacted sweeping religious reforms a strict mandate for the sole worship of Yahweh and a prohibition on the veneration of other deities within the Temple of Jerusalem.

It must be noted that Yahweh has no etymology or origin of birth.

A course in history of the Old Testament;

Taharqa had ascended at a favorable moment for the 25th dynasty. The delta warlords had been laid low. The Assyrians, after failing to best him at Jerusalem, wanted no part of the Nubian ruler. Egypt was his and his alone. The gods granted him prosperity to go with the peace. During his sixth year on the throne, the Nile swelled from rains, inundating the valleys and yielding a spectacular harvest of grain without sweeping away any villages. As Taharqa would record in four separate stelae, the high waters even exterminated all rats and snakes. Clearly the revered Amun was smiling on his chosen one. Taharqa did not intend to sit on his profits. He believed in spending his political capital. Thus, he launched the most audacious building campaign of any pharaoh since the New Kingdom (around 1500 B.C.), when Egypt had been in a period of expansion. Inevitably the two holy capitals of Thebes and Napata received the bulk of Taharqa’s attention. Standing today amid the hallowed clutter of the Karnak temple complex near Thebes is a lone 62-foot-high column. That pillar had been one of ten, forming a gigantic kiosk that the Nubian pharaoh added to the Temple of Amun. He also constructed a number of chapels around the temple and erected massive statues of himself and of his beloved mother, Abar. Without defacing a single preexisting monument, Taharqa made Thebes his. He did the same hundreds of miles upriver, in the Nubian city of Napata. Its holy mountain Jebel Barkal—known for its striking rock-face pinnacle that calls to mind a phallic symbol of fertility—had captivated even the Egyptian pharaohs of the New Kingdom, who believed the site to be the birthplace of Amun. Seeking to present himself as heir to the New Kingdom pharaohs, Taharqa erected two temples, set into the base of the mountain, honoring the goddess consorts of Amun. On Jebel Barkal’s pinnacle—partially covered in gold leaf to bedazzle wayfarers—the black pharaoh ordered his name inscribed. Around the 15th year of his rule, amid the grandiosity of his empire-building, a touch of hubris was perhaps overtaking the Nubian ruler. “Taharqa had a very strong army and was one of the main international powers of this period,” says Charles Bonnet. “I think he thought he was the king of the world. He became a bit of a megalomaniac.” The timber merchants along the coast of Lebanon had been feeding Taharqa’s architectural appetite with a steady supply of juniper and cedar. When the Assyrian king Esarhaddon sought to clamp down on this trade artery, Taharqa sent troops to the southern Levant to support a revolt against the Assyrian. Esarhaddon quashed the move and retaliated by crossing into Egypt in 674 B.C. But Taharqa’s army beat back its foes. The victory clearly went to the Nubian’s head. Rebel states along the Mediterranean shared his giddiness and entered into an alliance against Esarhaddon. In 671 B.C. the Assyrians marched with their camels into the Sinai desert to quell the rebellion. Success was instant; now it was Esarhaddon who brimmed with bloodlust. He directed his troops toward the Nile Delta. Taharqa and his army squared off against the Assyrians. For 15 days they fought pitched battles— “very bloody,” by Esarhaddon’s grudging admission. But the Nubians were pushed back all the way to Memphis. Wounded five times, Taharqa escaped with his life and abandoned Memphis. In typical Assyrian fashion, Esarhaddon slaughtered the villagers and “erected piles of their heads.” Then, as the Assyrian would later write, “His queen, his harem, Ushankhuru his heir, and the rest of his sons and daughters, his property and his goods, his horses, his cattle, his sheep, in countless numbers, I carried off to Assyria. The root of Kush I tore up out of Egypt.” To commemorate Taharqa’s humiliation, Esarhaddon commissioned a stela showing Taharqa’s son, Ushankhuru, kneeling before the Assyrian with a rope tied around his neck. As it happened, Taharqa outlasted the victor. In 669 B.C. Esarhaddon died in route to Egypt, after learning that the Nubian had managed to retake Memphis. Under a new king, the Assyrians once again assaulted the city, this time with an army swollen with captured rebel troops. Taharqa stood no chance. He fled south to Napata and never saw Egypt again. A measure of Taharqa’s status in Nubia is that he remained in power after being routed twice from Memphis. How he spent his final years is a mystery— with the exception of one final innovative act. Like his father, Piye, Taharqa chose to be buried in a pyramid. But he eschewed the royal cemetery at El Kurru, where all previous Kushite pharaohs had been laid to rest. Instead, he chose a site at Nuri, on the opposite bank of the Nile. Perhaps, as archaeologist Timothy Kendall has theorized, Taharqa selected the location because, from the vista of Jebel Barkal, his pyramid precisely aligns with the sunrise on ancient Egypt’s New Year’s Day, linking him in perpetuity with the Egyptian concept of rebirth.

The thing about Egypt is that they never rebirthed they remain mired in the religions, gods of the Pharaohs of Luxor, the tombs of the Pharaohs.

The takeaway here is that ever time Israel got in trouble it took an outside source to secure their liberty.  You can pray for someone, but it takes a physical action to help someone.

Hebrew extant;  Isa. 11: 11—“ and he becomes in the day the he he shall proceed my Creation second time hand of him to to acquire of remnant of people of him which he shall remain from Assyria and from Egypt and from Pathros and from Cush an Elam and from Shinar and from Hamath and from coastlands of the sea”…..

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777 Gog and Ma-Gog 777


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Hebrew extant; Eze. :38: 1- 4

38:1—“and he is becoming word of Creation to me to to-say-of”

—–“and Ron is becoming word of Creation to Savoy to to-say of”

38:2—son of human place-you!  faces of you to Gog land of the Magog prince of Rosh Meshach and Tubal and prophesy you! on him”

Phrases:

  1. Gog– the noun (gag) means rooftop but since a society was a house, its rooftop referred to that society’s lever of science and technology. Rooftop is an expression that means your mind the top of your body.
  2. Ma– means peace. When put together Magog means a peaceful person that walks in the land around him.
  3. “prince of Rosh Meshach” means the person walks around peaceful.
  4. Tubal—”means world”
  5. Meshach— “means peace”

“son of human place-you!  faces of you to Savoy land of the Indian prince of Rosh Meshach and India and prophesy you (Ron)! on him (Savoy)”

38:3—“and you say thus he says my Creation behold me! to you Gog prince of Rosh Meshach and Tubal”

—“and you say thus he says my Creation behold me! to you Savoy prince of Rosh Meshach and Tubal.

38:4—“and I reverse you and I give gaffs in cheeks of you and I bring forth you and all of army of you horses and horsemen ones being clothed of panoply all of them assembly vast targe  and shield ones grasping of swords all of them”

—“and I reverse Savoy and I give gaffs in cheeks of Savoy and I bring forth Savoy and all of army of Savoy horses and horsemen ones being clothed of panoply all of them (sons and daughters) assembly vast targe (obstacle) and shield ones grasping swords all of them”

Phrases:

  1. “grasping of swords all of them” —you take your children’s hands and protect them shield them from the darkness of the world.
  2. “clothed of panoply” —removing the lies that cloth you and putting on morality and decency in the land you live in.
  3. “army of you horses and horsemen” — an army is simply the Ten commandments of the Old Testament; words are swift like horses. Horses are words horsemen are compound sentences.
  4. “gaffs in checks of him” — gaffs place of residence, i.e. your mouth contains words that you utter.

In Naru composition; the noun or pro noun can refer to an historical person, place, or thing. The context is fictional, but it conveys a morality that has influence over one’s spirit.

The position of the viewer can strongly influence the aesthetics of an image, even if the subject is entirely imaginary and viewed “within the mind’s eye”, but it also influences the viewer’s interpretation of the subject.

If you are not taught to put your name in the present tense of the Old Testament scripture you will have no idea what is being conveyed.  The ancient Semitic people saw the world around them in 360 degrees with only two directions, East to West the rising and the setting of the sun.

They had no concept of North to South for thousands of years.  To them the world spun around them in 360 degrees.  You were born in darkness and you would die in darkness.  When you see references to climbing mountains, this means to get yourself above the murkiness of societies, nations, cultures, and see Creation for what it is in all its beauty.

They had no concept of gods that roamed the heavens or hell. They were concerned with the survival of their families in a hostile world, the same then and the same now.  The survival of their children and their children for generations to come.

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777 Red Sea 777


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https://youtu.be/HYfMLyBwHLI

Click the link above, this is video talks about the Red Sea of the Old Testament narratives.  Keep in mind that Naru literature composition can be composed of historical places or names but are fictional in account.   But the compositions convey a morality for all to follow.

Hebrew Extant;

Ex. 14:1—and he is speaking truth to Moses to to say of  

—–-and he is speaking truth to Larry to to say of

14:2— speak you! to sons of Israel and they shall return, and they shall encamp to faces of Pi-Hahiroth between Migdol and between the sea to faces of Baal-Zephon opposite him you shall encamp on the sea

speak you! to sons of America and they shall return, and they shall encamp to faces of Pi-Hahiroth between Migdol and between the sea to faces of Baal-Zephon opposite him you shall encamp on the sea

Phrases;

  1. Pi-Hahiroth—- means “the mouth of freedom”
  2. Migdol—–means, “tower” someone who tells the truth stands above the crowd
  3. Baal-Zephon—-means “Lord–Baal” ; “North—Zephon

14:3— and he says Pharaoh to sons of Israel ones being perplexed the in the land he closed in on them in the wilderness

—-And he says Congress to sons of America being perplexed in the land he closed in on them in the wilderness

Baal, god worshiped in many ancient Middle Eastern communities, especially among the Canaanites, who apparently considered him a fertility deity and one of the most important gods in the pantheon. As a Semitic common noun baal (Hebrew baʿal) meant “owner” or “lord,” although it could be used more generally; for example, a baal of wings was a winged creature, and, in the plural, baalim of arrows indicated archers. Yet such fluidity in the use of the term baal did not prevent it from being attached to a god of distinct character. As such, Baal designated the universal god of fertility, and in that capacity his title was Prince, Lord of the Earth. He was also called the Lord of Rain and Dew, the two forms of moisture that were indispensable for fertile soil in Canaan. In Ugaritic and Hebrew, Baal’s epithet as the storm god was He Who Rides on the Clouds. In Phoenician he was called Baal Shamen, Lord of the Heavens.

To understand the past, one should look at it in the present.  Anytime you lead the children astray with lies then disaster will strike in this case a nation or is it a family unit or both.

So, from the past to the present history does not move to much only the one telling the story.  I do not get paid to lie; I earned my stripes.

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777 Mike and Rebekah [Malachi] 777


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Mike

1:1 Load of word of Yahweh to America in hand of Mike

1:2 I love you he says Yahweh and you say in what?  you love us? not brother of Esau to Jacob averment of Yahweh and I am loving Jacob

(Esau, firstborn, means hairy rough gave away his birthright elder brother of Jacob)

(Jacob patriarch, father, of the Israelite’s)

1:3 and Esau I hate, and I shall place mountains of him desolation and allotment of him to jackals of wilderness

1:4  that Rebekah shall say Edom we are made destitute and we shall return and we shall build deserted places thus he says Yahweh of hosts they they shall build and I I shall demolish and they call the boundary of wickedness and the people whom he menaces Yahweh until eon

(Edom—ancient land bordering ancient Israel.  Edom prospered because of its location on the trade routes between Arabia and the Mediterranean and its copper industry)

1:5 and the eyes of Mike they shall see and you you shall say he shall be great Yahweh from over boundary of America

1:6 son (Mike) he is glorying father and servant lords of him and if father I where?  glory of Mike and if lords where? Fear of me Mike says Yahweh hosts to you the priest’s ones despising of name of Mike and Rebekah and you say in what? we (Mike and Rebekah) despise name of you

(Lords—these are thoughts of morality and responsibility)

1:7 ones bringing close on altar of Mike bread being sullied and you in what? we sully you in to say of you table of Yahweh being despised he

(ones—people who lie to you)

(bread—is truth)

When reading Old Testament, it helps to understand how to read it since it is was written in present tense.  Put your name into the sentences to make more sense out of what you are reading.

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777 Quantum Mirrors “In the Middle of the Road” 777


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Umma 22nd Century BC

Hebrew Bible;

Deu.: 32: 39–” see-you ! now that I > I he and there is no god with me I > I am putting to death and I am making alive I transfixed and I > I shall heal and there is no from hand of me one rescuing”.

Gen 47: 13- 27; NIV

Joseph and the Famine

13 There was no food, however, in the whole region because the famine was severe; both Egypt and Canaan wasted away because of the famine.

14 Joseph collected all the money that was to be found in Egypt and Canaan in payment for the grain they were buying, and he brought it to Pharaoh’s palace.

15 When the money of the people of Egypt and Canaan was gone, all Egypt came to Joseph and said, “Give us food. Why should we die before your eyes? Our money is all gone.”

16 “Then bring your livestock,” said Joseph. “I will sell you food in exchange for your livestock, since your money is gone.”

17 So they brought their livestock to Joseph, and he gave them food in exchange for their horses, their sheep and goats, their cattle and donkeys. And he brought them through that year with food in exchange for all their livestock.

18 When that year was over, they came to him the following year and said, “We cannot hide from our lord the fact that since our money is gone and our livestock belongs to you, there is nothing left for our lord except our bodies and our land.

19 Why should we perish before your eyes—we and our land as well? Buy us and our land in exchange for food, and we with our land will be in bondage to Pharaoh. Give us seed so that we may live and not die, and that the land may not become desolate.”

20 So Joseph bought all the land in Egypt for Pharaoh. The Egyptians, one and all, sold their fields, because the famine was too severe for them. The land became Pharaoh’s,

21 and Joseph reduced the people to servitude, from one end of Egypt to the other.

22 However, he did not buy the land of the priests, because they received a regular allotment from Pharaoh and had food enough from the allotment Pharaoh gave them. That is why they did not sell their land.

23 Joseph said to the people, “Now that I have bought you and your land today for Pharaoh, here is seed for you so you can plant the ground.

24 But when the crop comes in, give a fifth of it to Pharaoh. The other four-fifths you may keep as seed for the fields and as food for yourselves and your households and your children.”

25 “You have saved our lives,” they said. “May we find favor in the eyes of our lordwe will be in bondage to Pharaoh.”

26 So Joseph established it as a law concerning land in Egypt—still in force today—that a fifth of the produce belongs to Pharaoh.  It was only the land of the priests that did not become Pharaoh’s.

27 Now the Israelite settled in Egypt in the region of Goshen. They acquired property there and were fruitful and increased greatly in number.

Joseph and the Famine an interesting story no one knows exactly when it came about in oral history.  Most scholars tend to believe that the events occurred around 1400 BC and found its edited form during the building of the second temple 500- 200 BC.

To understand what these scriptures are talking about then you must understand some of the verbiage involved:

  1. Pharaoh— that is any government in the world today it does not matter what kind or form of government. Governments lacking morality or decency in everyday affairs of the people.
  2. Egyptians— a majority of people that flock to a certain ideology or philosophy concerning their governess. Example; diversity, multiple genders, not concerned with individual morality or decency of their children. In their everyday affairs they follow the lemons over the cliffs.
  3. Food is both a literal expression and a figurative expression a lack of morality or decency both constitute a famine within the person or the family as a whole. Death has two shades to it both literal and figurative.

Phrases to pay attention to;

  1. “We will be in bondage to Pharaoh”, you will always be in bondage to a government, but it does not mean you have to be a slave to that ideology or its form of morality.
  2. “Joseph established a law concerning the land of Egypt—still in force today”; land is an expression it means anywhere in the world where your dwelling is be it in America, Europe or the Middle East etc…Egypt simple means people in darkness.

In this narrative there was a famine across the land for a period of 3 years which correlates to the seasons of a man or woman.  Joseph had the knowledge and life experience to know how to overcome what looked like impossible odds.  He bartered one item for another and kept everyone moving along.  In the end it was those people closest to him that flourished that listened to him.

You weekend warriors will come along and state that it was the hand of god that helped Joseph, or some will even say it was the Lord Jesus Christ had a hand in the affair.

The problem with that assertion is that the ancient Semitic/Hebrew believed in the heavens and gods and angels and the like, but they also believed that no mortal could enter that realm.  It was the culture of the time to believe in gods demons and angels and the likes but for a few they did not worship the gods or existential beings.

Nonetheless because of the phrase, “still in force today” (Gen.42:26) that is talking present tense not future tense that is talking about today anywhere in the world.  The present tense is always in force because the future never comes no one ever the gods can predict the future.

Reading Gen: 42: 24 you read the allotment of wealth given to the government. “a fifth” the other four-fifths to the people and a fifth to the family to provide food and shelter. 

Remember Joseph bartered for land, animals (food, shelter, transportation) etc…

For those (priests) there was no allotment the government can take care of them and their gods and extraterrestrial beings.  There is no tenth in this narrative you see the word tenth put in by the early church.  You pay for lavish temples and pay for people not to work and teach you what they want you to know not how to survive. 

To those adherents to Christ the Redeemer look at the giant statue of him overlooking the city of Rio De Janeiro tell me in 2000 yrs. what he has redeemed in the land of Brazil.  The only thing that was redeemed was the Roman Catholic church who redeemed the land around the early 1400’s AD.  They have been redeeming the wealth of Brazil for 600 yrs.  

This is the famine in land that Joseph was talking about in the narratives still in force today.

It takes Fathers to help their families and children to survive for generations.

That is what I believe

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777 Quantum Mirrors “Courts Umma 111 Dynasty” 777


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Umma 22nd Century BC

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Court Records Ur 111, 22nd Century BC

Case 1:
Claim presented by Geme-Suen against the wife of Ur-lugal regarding the payment of a debt of 2 minas of silver.   The wife of Ur-lugal argued that the claim had already been decided in her favor by the judge Ki ag, with Lu-Suen as commissioner.  Nevertheless, Lu-Suen was called and he declared that such a decision had not taken place.  As a consequence, the wife of Ur-lugal and his son Alulu recognized that they still owed Geme-Suen 10 and 5 shekels of silver respectively.  Additionally, the five children of Ur-lugal were called to take a declaratory oath, but they refused to swear.
Case 2:
Procedure recorded in this tablet probably originated in a claim by Sesani, who borrowed 20 and a half shekels of silver from Ur-kalagu.  Sesani sold his son as part of his debt, and his claim would be related to the purchase price.  To solve the litigation, Ki ag, the judge before whom the sale was made, now before the governor, asked the creditor to swear that the purchase price had been of 10 shekels of silver, so Sesani still owed him 10 and a half shekels.
Case 3:
Lu-Ninsubur was accused by Lu-Damu of having bought a stolen millstone from Luduga.  Lu-Ninsubur declared he would bring back the thief, and Ti-emahta pledged his own person to guarantee it.  As Lu-Ninsubur was not able to bring the thief, Ti-emahta was obliged to pay the price of the millstone to Lu-Damu.
FYI; Lu-Damu; Damu refers to an elderly woman of the house of Lu a wife, she was taking care of the affairs of the running of the house.
In Sumerian religion, the most powerful and important deities in the pantheon were the “seven gods who decree”: An, Enlil, Enki, Ninhursag, Nanna, Utu, and Inanna.
  1. An- god of heaven
  2. Enlil- god associated with wind, air, earth, and storms.
  3. Enki- god of water, knowledge, mischief, crafts and creation later known as Ea in Akkadian and Babylonian mythology
  4. Ninhursag-  Mother of Gods and Mother of Men
  5. Nanna-  God of the Moon and Wisdom one of the oldest gods in ancient Mesopotamia
  6. Utu-  is the ancient god of the sun, justice, , morality, and truth, and the twin goddesses Inanna the Queen of the Heaven
  7. Inanna- Queen of the Heaven

Provided you a cursory look at the judicial life of ancient Sumer and the gods that they walked with daily.  You had to abide by the laws of the land as well as perform the ablations required of the temple priests to provide them with food and wealth to run their temples.

It bodes well with my assertion that evolutionary processes have changed little over the thousands of years, only the names have changed.   If your young people think you are recreating a society, you are dead wrong.  Everything has been done before in past times.  You are going to destroy yourself and your nation for the common good and go back into slavery you have never known before.  For that evolution will stay its course, nations come, and nations go and from the ashes something equally as vile will take its place.  New gods will rise up and stand before you and you will bow to them it is human nature and instinct for an existential entity to take care of your everyday affairs.

Hebrew Bible;

Deu.: 32: 39–” see-you ! now that I > I he and there is no god with me I > I am putting to death and I am making alive I transfixed and I > I shall heal and there is no from hand of me one rescuing”.

Gen 47: 13- 27; NIV

Joseph and the Famine

13 There was no food, however, in the whole region because the famine was severe; both Egypt and Canaan wasted away because of the famine. 14 Joseph collected all the money that was to be found in Egypt and Canaan in payment for the grain they were buying, and he brought it to Pharaoh’s palace. 15 When the money of the people of Egypt and Canaan was gone, all Egypt came to Joseph and said, “Give us food. Why should we die before your eyes? Our money is all gone.”

16 “Then bring your livestock,” said Joseph. “I will sell you food in exchange for your livestock, since your money is gone.” 17 So they brought their livestock to Joseph, and he gave them food in exchange for their horses, their sheep and goats, their cattle and donkeys. And he brought them through that year with food in exchange for all their livestock.

18 When that year was over, they came to him the following year and said, “We cannot hide from our lord the fact that since our money is gone and our livestock belongs to you, there is nothing left for our lord except our bodies and our land. 19 Why should we perish before your eyes—we and our land as well? Buy us and our land in exchange for food, and we with our land will be in bondage to Pharaoh. Give us seed so that we may live and not die, and that the land may not become desolate.”

20 So Joseph bought all the land in Egypt for Pharaoh. The Egyptians, one and all, sold their fields, because the famine was too severe for them. The land became Pharaoh’s, 21 and Joseph reduced the people to servitude, from one end of Egypt to the other. 22 However, he did not buy the land of the priests, because they received a regular allotment from Pharaoh and had food enough from the allotment Pharaoh gave them. That is why they did not sell their land.

23 Joseph said to the people, “Now that I have bought you and your land today for Pharaoh, here is seed for you so you can plant the ground. 24 But when the crop comes in, give a fifth of it to Pharaoh. The other four-fifths you may keep as seed for the fields and as food for yourselves and your households and your children.”

25 “You have saved our lives,” they said. “May we find favor in the eyes of our lord; we will be in bondage to Pharaoh.”

26 So Joseph established it as a law concerning land in Egypt—still in force today—that a fifth of the produce belongs to Pharaoh.  It was only the land of the priests that did not become Pharaoh’s.

27 Now the Israelite settled in Egypt in the region of Goshen. They acquired property there and were fruitful and increased greatly in number.

The moral of the story Joseph took care of the people around him and the people became in servitude to him not to a god or a pharaoh.  Fathers take care of their family with knowledge and wisdom to be able to survive harsh times that come every 400 hundred years they never go away.

That is what I believe

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