Chapter 88: The Kings Of Nimrod And Ham
With all this intermingling of Abraham’s family tree with Egyptian pharaohs, it is now necessary to examine the mythological roots of the kingship in postdiluvian Egypt. What were the relationships between Egyptian pharaohs and the Dragon bloodlines descending from Ham, Nimrod, and beyond?
Mizraim settled Egypt along with his father, Ham, 1 and Hermes. However, it was Nimrod, post- Babel, who sponsored the kingship in Egypt. Nimrod, according to Theosophist mythology, was the father of the first postdiluvian pharaoh of Egypt. 2 Apparently, sometime after Mizraim’s people colonized Egypt, a second wave of aggressive, dynastic Hamites sponsored by Nimrod vanquished Egypt, bringing all the dynastic trappings with them, including the intermarrying of the dynastic family to keep pure the Anunnaki/Nephilim bloodlines, which the Pharaohs became famous for. 3
This fantastic claim was supported by a collection of Aramaic writings called the Targum , 4 the Old Testament translated into Aramaic, 5 utilized by Jewish temple priests to aid in interpreting and understanding key texts. 6 These Aramaic writings stated Nimrod was the father of a pharaoh, even though no name was provided, 7 but Rohl names this pharaoh as likely Aha, who is generally associated with Menes, 8 the founder of the Pharonic form of kingship after the deluge, circa 2900–3100 B.C.E. Aha, also known as “Hor- Aha” and Manetho’s “Athothis,” is thought by some to be either the son of Narmer or Menes. 9 Another Ethiopian text on the Old Testament names the pharaoh son of Nimrod as Yanuf, known also as Anedjib, who reigned around 3000 B.C.E. , thereby establishing by either source the first postdiluvian Egyptian kingship stemming from Nimrod 10 as the originating patriarchal Dragon blood of the pharaohs.
Further, Gardner suggests that Raneb, pharaoh of the Second Dynasty, circa 2852–13 B.C.E. , was a grandson to Nimrod, even though the Bible does not list any sons or descendants of Nimrod in Genesis or 1 Chronicles, likely for these Nephilim reasons. In his genealogies, Gardner additionally listed Boethus, son of Nimrod, as Pharaoh Hotep- Serhemwy. 11 This, then, was how Hagar, the Egyptian mother of Ishmael, was linked as a descendant of Nimrod. Nimrod, then, through partnering with Nephilim, spawned through his progeny the postdiluvian kingships of Egypt and Babylonia.