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According to 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]]
 
According to 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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According to Lana Corrine Cantrell author of the [[The Greatest Story Never Told]] identified the Hyksos with the [[Yaksas]] in the [[Mahabharata]]. [[The_Taking_of_Jerusalem#23-1|View Book Page]]
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According to Lana Corrine Cantrell author of the The Greatest Story Never Told identified the Hyksos with the [[Yaksas]] in the [[Mahabharata]].
 
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 2 December 2013

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According to 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


According to Lana Corrine Cantrell author of the The Greatest Story Never Told identified the Hyksos with the Yaksas in the Mahabharata.