|The rather sudden and inglorious end to Kamose is most untypical for Egypt. Clearing-UpTimes (CUT) has a unique Chronology greatly upsetting others and contradicting the greats of modern Archaeology/History. This is attributed to Dr. Herman L. Hoeh as the originator and CUT as the finishers of his great work of Chronology. This Chronology places Kamose at the time of his greatest power, and long after any Nubian campaigning – a first-born son of Seqenenre Tao and Sitdjehuti – on the Throne of Egypt and being ‘invited’ to a Passover, albeit refusing the offer.|
This is a mystery to many because of confusion by ‘fairy tale’ historians. The story is well-known. Seti I is a young man. The former kings who ruled when he was a young bloke sent him to organise for an upcoming 400-year commemoration. He does his job and as king the 400 years – counted from -1659 – occurs late in his reign. His son Ramesses II takes up the cause and by Year 1 of Chenephres (Artapanus) a stele is erected.
CUT chronology has established the dates of Ramesses’ reign. These are used with the Khaemwaset/Khay discontinuity and the various regnal series to date a regular series of jubilees. Alignment of regnal counts is done through the Yr 42/Yr 44 nexus of 121 elapsed days.