Apologies for not replying sooner to the points raised in my previous post.
I had good reason; to respond adequately would have required an in depth explanation of the God King Scenario (GKS) and me constantly referring you to my book. In presenting such a madcap idea, this of course, just isn’t going to happen. So in order to continue this conversation I have gone away and written a few brief essays outlining certain aspects of my theory which I can now refer to.
With that in mind, I like to refer you to my aptly titled essay “The Nonexistent Battles of the Pharaohs.” [www.gks.uk.com]
Here I believe I answer some of the points raised previously.
I think it would be a good idea to concentrate on what has to be the crux of the matter, the evidence presented at Megiddo, more specifically the lack of it.
In the face of the many hundreds of military expeditions carried out by the Pharaohs archaeologists have been unable to verify ANY of the events recounted in Egyptian records. This situation exists even though the location of Egypt’s numerous conflicts are known. We would expect to find the remains of swords, arrow heads, battle axes, chariot parts, amour, and more importantly battle-scarred human remains or mass graves. However, there is a distinct lack of archaeological evidence and no data to support the existence of ancient battlefields. Upon close scrutiny, it becomes very obvious that the wars and battles of the kings exist in ‘sacred' words alone - that is of course, unless we look up and take into account the GKS.