:: the sequel to Solomon ::
Eden in Egypt
The Bible describes a river flowing out of Eden to water the Garden, and then splitting into four branches (Genesis 2:10). There is only one river in this region that fits that description, and that is the River Nile. This implies that the Genesis account was based upon the Hymn to the Aten, and so Adam and Eve must have been the famous royal couple from the city of Amarna – Akhenaton and Nefertiti. The book goes on to explore further the links between Egypt and Judaism, including the assertion that Hebrew-Aramaic is a daughter-language of ancient Egyptian.