Oh come on… so many ideas on the internet about what Migdol in Exodus 14:1-2 is. Self proclaimed intellectuals do not know what Migdol is. So ask again to Leon Elshout, who is afraid of girls and tarantula’s. In Number 33:8 we read that Pi-Hahiroth (note: Pi) was the start point for the Israelites. What else can this be than the old city of Cairo. During my Atlantis research I have had more often the proof that I was guided by God. I found this book by Gary M. Matheny, called Exodus. If we read about Migdol in Genesis 11, then we understand that this was the Tower of Babel. So, what else can Migdol in Exodus 14 mean than the Great Pyramid. Then Baal Tsaphon is the sphinx. The Python Spirit in Acts 16:16 was in the form of a cobra engraved on the head of the sphinx.
Baal Tsaphon means “Lord of the North”. This Lord is the coming antichrist. Baal Tsaphon built his Palace on the Mount Tsaphon, the Jebel Aqra in Syria. We know this through the Ugarith Baal & Anath Cycle. This mountain, Jebel Aqra sits on the foot of the river Orontes where the apostle Paul started his ministry. I believe the Jebel Aqra is the real Troy, since Greek god Zeus was the Greek mask of Baal Tsaphon. The battle between Baal Tsaphon and the sea god Yam (Poseidon) was the Canaanite version of the Atlantis story. Of course the Mopunt Tsaphon was an imitation of the Mount Zion in Psalm 48:2. The Sphinx in Cairo was called Horus of the Horizon. This is exactly where Atlantis was located, on the horizon in the west (Sura 53:7).
The Reed Sea crossing of the Exodus was through the Nile Delta and not trhough the Red Sea or the Gulf of Aqaba. Neith was the goddess of the Nile Delta. Even Plato admitted in Timaios 21 that Neith was a mask of Athena. This means that the sphinx was the southern diemsnion of the Tsaphon system that included Plato’s Atlantis on the western horizon. does reed grow in salty water at all? The reed in the Nile Delta was most likely papyrus, the same matter of which moses’ basket was made of. The Exodus was accompanied by thunder and lightning, meant to impress the surrounding nations (Psalm 77:17-20). Maybe the water rising of the Nile Dealta in which Pharo’s army disappeared had something to do with the sevent plague of hail (Matheny, p. 152). Also the erosion of the Sphinx may have been caused by the seventh plague of hail, Exodus 9:24.
Already in the fourth century after Christ a lady named Eugeria wrote in her pelgrimage diary that Baal Tsaphon and Migdol were villages off the coast of the Red Sea.