Aly El-Alfy re-writing this edition of the Pharaonic Books of Genesis, known as “Gyptana”, first completed it in 1988, yet it remained unpublished for twenty-two years, until finally Dar Rawafed, apublishing house, printed it.
El-Alfy had to edit the Gyptana several times after reviewing the old historical works by Herodotus and others who wrote the texts that have reached the public from ancient times.
Gyptana represents one of the authentic sources for some of the writings of the Hebrews, and in particular some sections of the old testament.
It is one of the highest manifestations of the Egyptian enlightened consciousness, which spread throughout the old world, impacted many of the cultures at the time and designated the ”Dawn of Conscience” by the archaeologist Breasted.
Gyptana remains without proof even if it is in agreement with our general knowledge of history. Another surprising fact is that although it’s been published for months, no mention of agreement or disagreement was referenced anywhere despite the great number of scholars working on ancient Egyptian civilisation, leaving the public to wonder as to the true value of the book in the context of scholarly understanding of our history.