We like and support Israel on their combat system. We love Israel, its military, and war fare tactics. What most may not know is, the long history of combat goes all the way back to Genesis' Bershiet'. Thus goes back to Kemet of the Montu arts. Passed to Moses, Joshua, and the called out Hebrews who were NE Africans. Back to the basics and right to the Bible.
SDR News: Kemetic Arts: Biblical Combat of Ancient Egypt. I have posted a lot about this in several ways. This is not to confused anyone but, inform and empower people . In my studies of Kemet, it has included The Bible. Much of the contents I study is on a warrior arts ( African Culture and Combat Arts ) basis. I would like to start off with a question.
Did you know the Kemetic combat arts was taught to Moses in the bible? As a matter of fact, he learned the skills of the Montu art form. According to biblical history, he went 'armed out of Egypt' and used the military skills taught to him to over throw their future enemies. In Acts 7:22 it states " And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds.(KJV).
This is a basic overview research on this subject. We do not accept or endorse this information. We only want to support the evidence that the Kemetic ' ancient Egyptian' Montu arts of Pan Kau Rau Shen was clearly practiced even during the time of Moses in the bible.
Wikipedia states: Moses' reputation as a military leader allegedly begins even before the Exodus. Josephus alleges that Moses commanded Egyptian troops before his initial exile. According to that account, the Ethiopians were raiding the Egyptians, and the Egyptians selected Moses to fight back. http://creationwiki.org/Moses.
But God led the people about, by the way of the wilderness by the Red Sea: and the children of Israel went up armed out of the land of Egypt. Exodus 13:8 ( other versions use harnessed, equipped, marched in battle formation, etc). http://biblehub.com/exodus/13-18.htm.
Moses receives the same educational opportunities, and military experience as his peers. Moses early combat experience with the Egyptians is obliquely referenced in ancient literature. Early manuscripts, used by Jewish historian Josephus present intriguing information about the early years of Moses. Josephus may have accessed sources taken rom the temple after the Romans destroyed it in 70 A. D.,
Josephus tells us about Moses as an Egyptian prince leading an army into battle against the Ethiopians. 1 Another early Jewish historian Artapanus in his work: “Concerning the Jews” credits Moses with leading a campaign against the Ethiopians and taking the city of Hermopolis. I feel the tradition must refer to early events in Moses life particularly his military training. The ability to murder the Egyptian by Moses with no hesitance reflects training, ability, state of mind. (Exodus 2:11)
This murder seems to indicate that Moses was comfortable with killing, knew how, and was confident at the time he could get by with it. Only a military mind could have played the role. Military experience, tactical knowledge, and the ability to follow instruction form the basis of command.
The Lord used the skills possessed by Moses. Each step of the way the Lord explains the tactical situation and provides directions. Each circumstance Moses faces, requires that he obey the Army commander at the same time it affirms Moses is competent in military maneuvers and knowledgeable about the terrain. Knowledge acquired both as an Egyptian army commander and later in his travel to what is now Saudi Arabia. Israel is marching both day and night. https://xfsm.files.wordpress.com/…/…/moses-earlytraining.pdf. There will be a part #2. Learn. Grow and Prosper.