THE KARAITE ISRAEL MOSQUE OF ASCENSION
AND THE TEMPLE OF KEDAR MINISTRIES
(The Original Kedar-Rite of the Karaim)
THE LEVITES WERE NEVER ENSLAVED IN EGYPT:
HOLY MOSES, HOLY WRIT REVISTED- JOE E. GURETZKI SUMMIT BOOKS 2004. B.C CANADA:
'The Levites according to the legends of the Jews were not enslaved as other Hebrew Tribes. In the time of Akhnaten the Levites were housed in the place called Mallawi(Mallevi - City of the Levites)'
THE LEVITES WERE RECOGNIZED AS A RESPECTED EGYPTIAN PRIESTHOOD:
In Egypt the Levites primarily lived in a place called Mallawi. Ma means Land and Lawi the Levites. When the Buba Priests of the Lemba tribe in Southern Africa settled in Southern Africa they founded the Lands known as Malawi. The Buba Priesthood were proven through DNA Testing to be of Kohen ancestry.
The Egyptians respected the Levites as a recognized or protected Priesthood. Although the Levites were not enslaved they became the focus of the Egyptian decree to kill all males upon birth. The Pharaoh heard of the popularized teaching that one born from the Tribe of Levi would rise up to confront the Pharaoh in an attempt to free the Israelites from enslavement. In a vain effort to prevent the prophecy from coming to fruition the Pharaoh issued the death decree mentioned above.
( Ibn Abbas narrated ) "Pharaoh saw in his vision a fire which came from Jerusalem and burned the houses of the Egyptians, and all Copts, and did not do harm to the children of Israel. When he woke up, he was horrified. He then gathered his priests and magicians and asked them about this vision. They said: 'This means a boy will be born of them and the Egyptian people will perish at his hands.' That is why Pharaoh commanded that all male children of the children of Israel be killed." ( Ibn Kathir)
The Prophet Moses who was of the Tribe of Levi was born during the time in which the death decree was implemented. However to spare Moses the fate of being killed upon birth his mother placed him in a basket and sent him down the Nile River where he would reach the Pharaoh's Palace. It was there that the daughter of Pharaoh discovered the basket and chose to adopt Moses as her own son. Miriam the sister of Moses placed the basket in the river and watched it as it flowed down the Nile.
But when she could hide him no longer, she got a papyrus basket for him and coated it with tar and pitch. Then she placed the child in it and put it among the reeds along the bank of the Nile.
Miriam boldly approached Pharaoh's daughter and suggested that she bring a Hebrew woman to breastfeed the baby. Pharaoh's daughter heeded her words and further stated that she would pay her the necessary wages.
Then his sister asked Pharaoh's daughter, "Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you? "Yes, go," she answered. So the girl went and got the baby's mother.
1. The Family of the Prophet Moses must have been living very close to the Pharaoh's palace as his sister was able to follow the drifting basket without any major traveling or reported difficulties.
(If Miriam was a slave girl it would be inconceivable for her to comfortably approach Pharaoh's daughter while she takes her royal bath at the Nile. Miriam was the daughter of the Levitical Priests which had obtained status as a recognized and respected Egyptian Priesthood.)
2. Miriam the Sister of Moses boldly approaches Pharaoh's daughter at the Bank of the Nile near the Palace. There she suggests bringing a Hebrew woman to breastfeed the baby. She does not even refer to the woman as a servant or slave. The Pharaoh's daughter states that her wages will be paid.
(If the Levites were slaves Miriam would have asked Pharaoh's daughter if she should bring to her a Servant or Slave and Pharaoh's daughter would not have informed her that her wages would be paid. Pharaoh's daughter knew that Miriam was a Levite and knew that Moses was a Levite as well and therefore Miriam was well respected and the wages would have to be paid.)
3. When Moses returned to Egypt he freely met with his brother Aaron. Aaron has no reported limitations or restrictions and appears to come and go as he pleases.