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*Author [[Conor MacDari]] in his book '''Irish Wisdom Preserved In Bible And Pyramids''' defines the name [[Hyksos]] is a disguised form of the Irish term Tig-suas (which is also pronounced Hig-suas), meaning Upper House and implying the, rule of the Magian Priesthood. [[IRISH_WISDOM_PRESERVED_IN_BIBLE_AND_PYRAMIDS#9-1|View Book Page]]
 
*Author [[Conor MacDari]] in his book '''Irish Wisdom Preserved In Bible And Pyramids''' defines the name [[Hyksos]] is a disguised form of the Irish term Tig-suas (which is also pronounced Hig-suas), meaning Upper House and implying the, rule of the Magian Priesthood. [[IRISH_WISDOM_PRESERVED_IN_BIBLE_AND_PYRAMIDS#9-1|View Book Page]]
  
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What is the definition of "Hyksos"

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  • Author Conor MacDari in his book Irish Wisdom Preserved In Bible And Pyramids defines the name Hyksos is a disguised form of the Irish term Tig-suas (which is also pronounced Hig-suas), meaning Upper House and implying the, rule of the Magian Priesthood. View Book Page