"His birth name we are told was Tuthmosis, meaning "Born of the god Thoth", though this is a Greek version. His actual Egyptian name was Djehutymes I, but he is also sometimes referred to as Thutmose I, or Thutmosis I. His throne name was A-Kheper-ka-re (Aakheperkara)"
Pay close attention to the actual Egyptian letters and how different the Egyptian language really is compared to Greek. Thanks to Massey I made my own translation for the Pharaoh "Djedefre"; who proved to also be a son of "Thoth" and while we think the Egyptian name for the "sun" is "RE" there was no "R" in the Egyptian alphabet, the Greeks translated the Egyptian "L" to "R." So to quote Maya's poem for MJJ, "now we know, we know nothing."
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