Moses the Mystery Man


The major religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam claim the biblical Moses as their leader, prophet, and sage. We have accepted this without asking the question: Who was the real Moses, and what was his capacity and credentials as an ancient representative for God?

“Truth crushed to the Earth will rise again.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

First let is establish the original ancient Moses was always genetically and ethnically African, as chronicled by Manetho, Strabo, Herodotus, Tacitus, Pliny and other ancient, medieval, and modern historians.   It is only after many revisions to his "image" over several millennia, and the advent of occidental or western thought, that Moses, as well as the image and ethnicity of all the original Hebrews, were grossly and purposefully misrepresented by the European world. Now take a breath I know that was a mouthful.

Revisionist history, and its telling controlled by those who have a dishonest agenda, has ruined the real history of the world. There was a point when it was imperative for those who wanted to change the African truth into the European reinterpretation of the facts altered the worlds understanding of events they were not privy to and were n involved in. This was done in order to put themselves smack dab in the center of a history they did not create. They [those who were in power and till are through lineage and bloodlines] changed all things African into all things European, as depicted in the drawing below.

An altered picture speaks 1000 words. I have outlined some of the changes in the article Changing Black to White. Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and Jesus. All the Egyptians and Israelites had the descriptions, complexions, and named changed to relate solely to the European psyche, as Greek and Roman culture became dominant and become a force on the world stage.


 As Truth seekers, we must ask pertinent questions about Moses, the Biblical characters, and their role in our religious understanding. In any story more than 10 minutes old, we hear a skewed or "revised" version of that story to make us think in ways that exalts those trying to hide the truth and in this case European Judaism and Christianity diminishes African accomplishments, making the European way seen as the FIRST and ONLY TRUTH. In other words don't believe your lying eyes! Surely, this phenomenon of revision would be worst when the information is 6000 years old, and the revised stories because of their longevity, enters into the annals of history as the absolute truth. 

Because of this, we have come to believe in a "new religion" with revised characters. A religion that is "morphed" with an "new"  understand, divergent from the old.  Everyone knows, if the plumb line is moved, and the walls do not meet the foundation, then in a storm the building will fall. Well, the plumb line is moved, and the walls are caving in, and we because we do not know how to ask questions, seek to understand, or care to research history even on a minimal level at worst, will perish in our ignorance at best, and perpetuate the lie at worst.

“Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock: And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock. And every one that heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them not, shall be likened unto a foolish man, which built his house upon the sand: And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell: and great was the fall of it.” Matt 7:23-27

“So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase. Now he that planteth and he that watereth are one: and every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour. For we are labourers together with God: ye are God's husbandry, [ye are] God's building. According to the grace of God which is given unto me, as a wise master builder, I have laid the foundation, and another buildeth thereon. But let every man take heed how he buildeth thereupon. 1 Cor. 3:7-10

 We have come to believe a Biblical story that even Abraham, Moses, and Jesus would not recognize. A re-interpreted story made in the image of the European.  We accept this as "truth" or run the risk of being labeled rebellious at best [those with itching ears] and at worst--reprobate, blasphemous, and hell bound heathens.

It is with this energy and desire to understand that we need a fuller picture of Moses, the man scholars maintain, wrote the first five books of Old Testament, and the Biblical laws. The Bible[ Pentateuch/Torah] written by Moses, has affected religious, and secular societies throughout the millennia, and has been used by leaders of Judaism, Christianity and the Islamic worlds to enslave subjugate and build nations on the backs of those who were their darker brothers and considered cursed by the very book we looked to for salvation. Down through the ages, the Book of Moses became the blue-print for instruction and considered the inerrant word of our Creator. With such a big stake in the formation of the world the author Moses must be viewed without blinders.

Some say; " What difference would it make who he was." Well, it makes all the difference in the world. The difference between night and day. My earnest hope is the information I have unearthed will help us 'put some clothes on' Moses, and bring him back to his African roots.

We are command to understand the gaps and questions that are in scripture to find his true appointment. "To study to show ourselves approved." So, I have included, notes, quotes, comments, and excerpt from various controversial authors, writers, and historians, men and women who do not have an orthodox [accepted and approved by the European church] view of Moses, the Bible, and Biblical events. I also employ a variety of orthodox writers, and scholars who have written extensively about those ancient epochs and agree with the original lineage of Moses and other Biblical Characters in addition I have added comments from historians, archeologists, Egyptologist, Khemetologists, and anthropologists. Their scholarly and accurate commentaries and observations were either ignored or replaced by the proponents of "modern" Eurocentric scholarship who seek to shore up the holey foundation of European supremacy, enslavement colonialism and hegemony as its alternate guise as Western Philosophy and Culture.  I will add here, the European was not the only one who was guilty of this crime, so was the Arab who is in control of Northern Africa and seeks to remake it in their own image by destruction.

I’ve found in the realm of Christian scholarship, the blood of African biblical and secular history was drained dry in order to transfuse the European cultural and religious paradigm. This new European pattern leaves questions, gaps, and confusion concerning the origins of the Bible in the body of believers. When we are honest with history and ourselves, and plug in the ancient African specifications into its original context, the light of understanding is turned on and brings about a real spiritual awakening in all men by that revelation.

People, to find the real Moses we must first go to Africa. Khemet is his home and not the Egypt of the European. In Khemet we will unearth the culture and customs of the Egyptians and Hebrews and the so-called Prince of Egypt, Moses.

"Hibaru: He who crosses over."

The Nile Valley


Many stories in the Bible have layered meanings. For the most part readers get along well on the surface, but when a deeper look is needed we may find another layer to the onion, and another, and another.

The Pharaoh/Peraa [ leader] of Egypt was represented as the Sun [son/solar disk] of God and the Ox or Bull. The Bull was said to be an enemy of Moses and the Israelites, but what did the story really allude to? 

The Bull or Ox on the Altar with the image of the Sun between its horns.    F1 The Aleph is thought to be derived from the West Semitic for Ox and the symbol for Yahweh. The Golden Calves set up by king Jeroboam at Dan and Bethel were images of Yahweh-Elohim, also called "EL" in the Hebrew Bible.

“And I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, as God Almighty; but by my name Yahweh I was not known to them.” Exodus 6:3.

Some scholars have said this statement was put in the form of a question, and that could be true. Here is the same quote in question form.

“I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, as God Almighty; but by my name Yahweh I was not known to them?”

The point in this instance was they [the so-called Hebrews] had not known God/Elohim by the name of Yahweh, only as Elohim/Eloah/Eloy and had worshipped him as such. A name carries the intrinsic value of the thing named. Elohim has the meaning of plural as in god or goddess.

"The most likely derivation comes from the word Elohim ('lhm) found in the Ugarit archives, meaning the family or pantheon associated with the Canaanite father God El." 

Remember, in ancient times the neighborhood of ideas was small and each idea overlapped one another.

Soon according to scripture, He [de-emphasing the female] took them, as his own, under the new name Yahweh. But Yahweh referred to the god of the moon, which was historically female and related to the menses. So, the feminine quality existed in a different way for the Hebrews. Later to be the Shekinah or Holy Spirit transfer to Christianity.

“Therefore tell the children of Israel,’ I am Yahweh, and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid you out of their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm, and with great judgments: and I will take you to me for a people, and I will be to you a God; and you shall know that I am Yahweh your God, who brings you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians.” Exodus 6:6-7

“In Samaria was found an ostraca or potsherd inscribed egel-yah, "bull-calf Yah… Scholars have noted that EL, the supreme god of the Canaanite pantheon, and father of all the gods and goddesses, is frequently addressed as "Bull" or "Bull-EL" in various religious compositions found at ancient Late Bronze Age Ugarit, modern Ras Shamras, in coastal northern Syria. Israel has preserved traditions that her ancestors were of northern Syria ( Haran ), so as a God of northern Syria , he may have been portrayed originally in Late Bronze Age times in a "bovine" form." [1]

"Hesat – The Cow-goddess who gave birth to the king [Pharaoh] in the form of a golden calf. In general she is a milk goddess quenching the thirst of mankind with divine liquid described as the 'beer of Hesat'."


Pinch noted that the divine cow (Hathor, Nut, Mehet-weret, cf. p. 175) is portrayed as suckling Pharaoh, frequently in a papyrus marsh, alluding to a myth where she protects the newborn Horus from his uncle Seth who seeks his life”.[2]

Wow, did you read that? Moses, the rival of the Pharonic dynasty and the priest was set in an ark on the papyrus marsh because the unnamed Pharaoh sought to kill him. That incident with Pharaoh in the marsh and Horus and Set is sounding a lot like Moses and his later battles with the unnamed Pharaoh and the son of the unnamed Pharaoh. Later, after the Exodus and while Moses spoke on the mountain with Yahweh [whose symbol was the Ox] he returned and Aaron his brother had made a Golden Calf as God to Israel, which was the symbol of the old Pharonic dynasty.

That's a lot going on in the Exodus, so let's start at the Reed Bed and the rescue of Moses from the marshes and try to work our way through this symbolism.  Above is a picture of the  Boom of the Book of the Dead’  the Pharaoh upon a barque or ark is going toward the reed bed [life and death] with the El or Ox/Bull ahead of them. Over the back of the Ox/Bull is the Eastern Star symbolizing Isis .

The Legend of Moses myth from the 3rd century from the Talmud.

“When Moses was in his third year, Pharaoh was dining one day with the queen Alfar'anit [the Pharaoh's joy?] at his right hand, his daughter Biti'ah [House of the Mystery god] with the infant Moses [Son of..?] upon her lap at his left, and Balaam the son of Beor together with his two sons and all the princes of the realm sitting at the table in the king's presence. It happened that the infant took the crown from off the king's head, and placed it on his own. When the king and princes saw this, they were terrified, and each one in turn expressed his astonishment. The king said to the princes, "What speak you, and what say you, O ye princes, on this matter, and what is to be done to this Hebrew boy on account of this act?"

Balaam spoke, saying: "Remember now, O my lord and king, the dream which you dreamt many days ago, and how your servant interpreted it for you. Now this is a child of the Hebrew in whom is the spirit of God. Let not my lord the king imagine in his heart that being a child he did the thing without knowledge. For he is a Hebrew boy, and wisdom and understanding are with him, although he is yet a child, and with wisdom has he done this, and chosen unto himself the kingdom of Egypt. For this is the manner of all the Hebrews, to deceive kings and their magnates, to do all things cunningly in order to make the kings of the earth and their men to stumble.

"Now therefore, my lord king, behold, this child has risen up in their stead in Egypt, to do according to their deeds and make sport of every man, be he king, prince or judge. If it pleases the king, let us now spill his blood upon the ground, lest he grow up and snatch the government from your hand, and the hope of Egypt be cut off after he reigns. Let us moreover, call for all the judges and the wise men of Egypt , that we may know whether the judgment of death be due to this child, as I have said, and then we will slay him.

Pharaoh sent and called for all the wise men of Egypt , and they came, and the angel Gabriel was disguised as one of them. When they were asked their opinion in the matter, Gabriel spoke up and said: "If it please the king, let him place an onyx stone before the child, and a coal of fire, and if he stretches out his hand and grasps the onyx stone, then shall we know that the child has done with wisdom all that he has done, and we will slay him. But if he stretches out his hand and grasps the coal of fire, then shall we know that it was not with consciousness that he did the thing, and he shall live.

The counsel seemed good in the eyes of the king, and when they had placed the stone and the coal before the child, Moses stretched forth his hand toward the onyx stone and attempted to seize it, but the angel Gabriel guided his hand away from it and placed it upon the live coal, and the coal burnt the child's hand, and he lifted it up and touched it to his mouth, and burnt part of his lips and part of his tongue, and for all his life he became slow of speech and of a slow tongue.”[3]

The Talmud is where more Jewish and Christian scholars go to find an answer to a hole in the Bible. HOWEVER, the problem is, it is a myth set to disguise the truth. That is what happens when scholars have subverted history by taking essence out of the real story, and having to fill in the shell with something that is a fairy tale. IF DON'T FIT...."They [Jewish Rabbi's] call it; "A fairytale for the Gentiles." Something for us to believe when the truth can not be told, something to make us happily going down the rabbit hole--seeking an alternative path. They were not the only ones, the Greeks, Romans and European scholars of the medieval age walked us down the garden path as did the Freemasons. You keep the secret and tell the myth.

How can you become a Prince of Egypt?

1. Birthright

2. Adoption

3. Fairy-Tale

In a replacement account, we have Moses the adopted son of a princess who was “mighty in word and deed” now exiled, stammering and stuttering when talking to God and when set to speak the Pharaoh.  The Rabbi/teachers had to find a way to ratify the sad story by saying Moses was slow of speech, to do so they reached back into his childhood made up a story for him to have an affliction...a burnt tongue. "but the angel Gabriel guided his hand away from it and placed it upon the live coal, and the coal burnt the child's hand, and he lifted it up and touched it to his mouth, and burnt part of his lips and part of his tongue, and for all his life he became slow of speech and of a slow tongue.”[3]

Exodus 4:10, “I am more faltering, more tongue-tied, than ever."

This is an explanation a drama was put to the people so they could understand, relate and remember, but it had nothing, in my opinion, to do with the eloquence or lack eloquence of Moses. They [revisionists] were building a case for a separate Moses by saying he was not of the fold and not of the tongue.

The problem facing us in the story of Moses is the KEY or LEGEND to the drama that was changed then lost, found, and finally, revised by those who do not subscribe to the original African interpretation.  The loss of the original interpretation and the subsequent re-interpretation, is now in the hands of those who have another political, and religious agenda. Now, the truth is a skewed version of a tragic comedy, filled with holes while continuing to be remolded and retold outside its appropriate and original context. This is the mechanism by which all religion is syncretized. When the original African/Egyptian concept is corrupted, then the counterfeit becomes reality.

According to Diodorus it was probably Ethiopia which colonized Egypt (in the Athenian sense of the term, signifying that, with overpopulation, a proportion of the people emigrate to new territory).

"The Ethiopians say that the Egyptians `are one of their colonies,35 which was led into Egypt by Osiris. They claim that at the beginning of the world Egypt was simply a sea but that the Nile, carrying down vast quantities of loam from Ethiopia in its flood waters, finally filled it in and made it part of the continent.. They add that the Egyptians have received from them, as from authors and their ancestors, the greater part of their laws."

Take the ancient Aten with its hands holding the Ankh or sign of life. It was an iconographic representation of God/Creator as the Life-giver.  The sun was the largest object in the sky and it only REPRESENTED God and was not worshipped as a God, as many ignorant people have contended. In this case, God was represented by the Aten or called Aten just as he was referred to Ra or Re another name for the Sun. The Sun the life giver, the warmer, the object larger than anything inn the sky. The modern equivalent of the Sun is Jesus, then as the Lamb, and the Holy Spirit [feminine] as a dove.

It was also a common practice for the Egyptians to have several names for God.  This was also true for the Pharonic household and people of royal descent possessing several pet names and royal titles along with their family name.  Some names/titles were kept secret while others were for openly used, but only at his/her birth, coronation, initiation, marriage, and death.  Some names were associated with a deity as in the case of Amenhotep IV his name was changed to Ankhenaten and Tutankhaten name was changed to Tutankhamun and Nibhurrereya because of a change in Amen to Aten worship. The custom was to use a pet or nicknames as well as abbreviated forms of a full coronation, or names related to the God, these and other official names were carved into stone or used for official business.  It was also customary for all members of the royal household to enter the School of Mystery. All Mystery Schools presented taught the two paths of development:

1) The way of the mystic is the path of faith. Believed those who follow this line of development could build a soul-body pure and acceptable.
2) The way of the occultist considered the path of knowledge and good works. Its followers demanded an answer to all matters in doubt, and required that intellect be satisfied before the heart may speak. Do not cringe at the word occult, it meant hidden and not evil.

In the Moses saga, the stage is set for the drama by an edict of death proclaimed to all ‘male’ Israelite children.

The king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was named Shiphrah and the other Puah, “When you act as midwives to the Hebrew women, and see them on the birthing stool. If it is a boy, kill him; but if it is a girl, she shall live."

“Then Pharaoh commanded all his people, "Every boy that is born to the Hebrews you shall throw into the Nile , but you shall let every girl live." Ex.1: 16-22.

Did the King speak in Hebrew or through an interpreter?

Why did he speak to lowly Hebrew midwives?

I had to put this picture in as a representation of a little Moses relating to the Pharaoh.

As you see, the young boy is touching the Pharaoh's hair. It is the wool.


We are told the Hebrews began living in Goshen from the time of the vizier Joseph, son of Jacob [ Israel ].  Joseph was the prophet of Min as all who became  viziers or rulers of Egypt. Just as our president is considered Commander-in-chief, Chief of State, President of the United States, the latter is the only official title, the former and many other titles are used. When Joseph's people, the Hebrews had supposedly over-run Egypt, becoming a threat to the stability of the nation, a Pharaoh arose that did not know or acknowledge Joseph's lineage, schooling, marriage, or paternity.  Years later the Hebrews began to over-run the Egyptian's and Midwives were assigned to the Hebrew women and were commanded to kill the boys, but according to the biblical account the midwives defied Pharaoh and lied to spare their kin.

In this narrative Moses and others [?] are kept alive because of this subterfuge.  Moses is hidden by his yet unnamed mother, in the rushes of the yet unnamed river and watched carefully by his yet unnamed older [?] sister.

'And a man [unnamed] of the tribe of Levi, married one of his own tribe, and she [unnamed] bore him a son...but when she could hide him [unnamed child/toddler/boy] no longer, she took a basket [Coffin/Ark] made of reeds and covered it with tar [bitumen] to make it watertight.  She [the mother] put the baby in it and then placed it in the tall grass [reed bed] at the edge of the river.' CJB - Exodus 2: 1-4.


Why was the first narrative so vague?

·        Why was the woman unnamed?

·        Who was the man she married? 

·        Is this the way to open up a real biography?

·        We see Moses had a sister and later we find he has a brother Aaron three years younger than Moses, but when did the killing stop and why?

·        Why was Aaron exempt? 

Remember we talked about the first 10 minutes of a story....His unnamed sister stands watch over her unnamed brother and soon an unnamed princess of the Pharonic household spots the coffin [ark] in the Papyrus reeds by the Nile River .

'The Pharaoh's daughter came down to the Nile to bathe, while her handmaidens walked along the bank.  Suddenly she noticed the basket [ark] in the Papyrus rushes and sent a servant to get it.  The princess opened it [the ark] and saw a baby boy.  He was crying, and she felt sorry for him. 'This is one of the Hebrew babies, she said. Then his sister asked her ' Shall I go and call a Hebrew woman to nurse the baby for you?' Please do, she answered, so the girl went and brought the baby's own mother.'  Exodus 2: 5-8.


·        How was Meriram able to talk to the princess without an introduction? 

·        How do commoners have access to the Princess to speak to her face to face?

·        Didn’t the Princess know it was a violation to harbor a Hebrew child?

·        Was it her child from the beginning?

·        Was Merriam one of her handmaidens?

The fact is Merriam had to be fluent in Egyptian or the Princess must have know and spoken Hebrew. Merriam is an Egyptian name as was Moses [a title] as is Aaron, Phineas and Yocheved.  Meriam’s name in Hebrew means bitterness, but in Egyptian it means lovely or beloved, and like Mos or Moses it is ALWAYS affixed to the name of a deity.

Here are some examples of the Egyptian names with the prefixed Meri: Mery-Ra, Meri-Ptah, Meri-Aten. A picture of Akhenaton’s daughter Meri-Aten with the side braid to signify she is of the royal household. 


Who was Merriam? Could it have been Meri-Am or Meri-Amon?

Would the scribes and revisionists intentionally de-emphase her Egyptian name after the Exodus along with her role and ability as a prophetess…Well, yes they would! Beware of the Scribe!

Here we see the mother, sister, baby boy, and princess are still unnamed at this point and the River finally referred to as called the Nile . Although we have been primed to believe the basket of Moses floated down [up?] the River to where the Princess was walking [bathing] we see that according to scripture, she found him where he had been originally placed - in the papyrus rushes.

This is not coincidence since the symbol of Egypt is the Lotus and Papyrus, and the ark in the bullrushes is symbolic for the birth of royalty, mankind and death. 

The making of Paper out of Papyrus: paper", is derived from the word "papyrus", an Egyptian word that originally meant "that which belongs to the house" (the bureaucracy of ancient Egypt ).[4]

The house meant the royal Pharonic household.

Bulrushes - Papyrus: A tall, aquatic, Mediterranean sedge (Cyperus papyrus) having numerous drooping rays grouped in umbels. A material on which to write made from the pith or the stems of this sedge, used especially by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans.


Reed Bed

The word Reed is Qaneh : A rod or staff, a measuring rod. [BTW this is also the name of the first son of Adam and Eve who was Cain.] Moses is placed by his sister in the reeds along the Nile. This word in the paragraph used as a measuring rod is pregnant with possibilities. The picture shows an ancient Egyptian with the measuring rod.

Linen or papyrus are held together by glue and molded into coffins and funeral masks. The word for ark means coffin. Let us see what the Biblical translators were trying to get at in disguising the word Reed or Rush. I will use the translator’s language to show you the progression of thought. Remember the word has been translated and transliterated from Hebrew to Persian, Greek, Latin, German and so on, and everyone was not honest or particularly scholarly! In some cases during the age of the European, if you could make a shape you could copy the Bible. The translators had some original or earlier manuscripts and I believe some of the terms they used in the translation process give us clues on the true story of Moses.

The reference for the Ark being a coffin harkens back to the story of Osiris and his brother Set.

“The original form of the myth states that Osiris was killed in a wooden sarcophagus [coffin] secretly being made to his measurements, and then a party held where the coffin was offered to whoever it fitted. A few people tried to fit in, but to no avail, until Osiris was encouraged to try, who, as soon as he lay back, had the lid slammed on him and it sealed closed. The coffin was thrown into a Nile river, causing Osiris to drown, but the coffin eventually was rescued by Isis and Nepthys, who used magic to bring life to Osiris inside. The coffin sprouted greenery, eventually turning into an acacia tree, from which the newly young Horus emerged.

The act of evil in drowning Osiris was said to have been the work of 72 unnamed conspirators, reflecting the legend in which 1/72nd of the moon's light was said to have been won by Thoth for the birth of the five major gods - Set, Nepthys, Osiris, Isis, and Horus, each 1/72nd of the moon's light given for the five days reflecting an individual piece of darkness left in its place during the 360. This legend was itself based on the fact that 1/72 over 360 days, the length of the year in the older Egyptian calendar, produces 5 whole days, reflecting the duration of the newer 365 day Egyptian calendar.

As a life-death-rebirth deity, Horus/Osiris became a reflection of the annual cycle of crop harvesting as well as reflecting people's desires for a successful afterlife, and so the legend became extremely important, outstripping all others. The legend's ventures into both life and afterlife meant that religious rites associated with the legend eventually began to take on aspects of a mystery religion, where initiates were said to be able to partake in Horus/Osiris' resurrection, purging themselves of past ills, and entering a new life.” [5]

The ark’s oldest icon was the bowl which was symbolic for the unseen Creator and has the sound of ‘Nb or Neb’.

The nebet hieroglyph portrayed the concept of two words that sounded identical. Neb , "all" and neb, "lord" or "master". The glyph was used interchangeable to represent these concepts.

The basket could represent, "Lord". Neteru were often shown sitting or standing upon the glyph to emphasize their divine nature. The vulture and the cobra were often placed atop the basket to identify them as the symbols of Upper and Lower Egypt , and not just ordinary animals. In the pharaoh’s nebty (Two Ladies) title, the goddesses Nekhebet and Buto were seated on baskets.

Ark , n.--Old English arc, earc, 'Noah's ark, box, coffin', from Latin arca, 'chest', whence also Old High German arahha, arka (Middle High German, German, arche), 'ark'. Old Slavic raka, 'burial cave, rakev, 'coffin', are Teutonic loan words.)  See arcanum and compare words there referred to.

Arcanum, n. Secret, mystery.-- Latin arcānum, probably a substantive use of the neutered of arcānus, 'shut up, secret', originally 'enclosed in a chest', from arca, 'chest, coffin', which is related to arcēre, 'to enclose, keep away, ward off', and cognate with Greek άρκειν to keep off'

What could it all mean?

Moses was put in a coffin an enclosed chest that symbolized a Mystery? We just thought it was a basket, but the ancient drawing even from the first century A.D. showed him in a baby coffin in the reeds.  The Osirian mystery drama played out again as it had been for centuries. This person  a coffin in the reeds was also an initiation ritual, similar to the Ark that Noah and his family lived in. When a man was initiated into or graduated onto another phase in  Mysteries he had to symbolically be put to death. the coffin was the symbol of death going into a new life. Why do you think we are buried in a coffin? Same thing passed on without our understanding. Why are we buried pointing to the East? We will arise facing the Sun...Resurrection.

It all pointed to another meaning - the coffin that Osirus was custom fitted for, and then thrown by the 72 men in the Nile River . In the case of Moses, thecoffin was hidden among the reeds or papyrus reeds which symbolized a measuring rod and the Pharonic house of Egypt .  

The papyrus represents Lower Egypt and the lotus represents Upper Egypt . In other representations we find two gods binding the Sema together using papyrus and lotus. From this giant lotus the sun itself rose on the first day. A symbol of Upper Egypt . [So we see the sun symbol rose in Upper Egypt in the interior of Africa .]

The Aten

Heliopolis or On was in the heart of the Land of Goshen and at its famous Temple of the Sun Moses studied theology. Not far from the obelisk is the sycamore known as the 'Virgin's Tree' under which the Holy Family rested on the Flight to Egypt ." Signed: "Joseph Moore, Jr., Grand New Hotel, Cairo , Dec. 29, 1877." [6]

"The region where the Hebrews dwelt in Egypt. If the Septuagint reading Gesem be correct, the word, which in its Hebrew form has no known meaning, may mean "cultivated"--comparing the Arabic root jashima, "to labor." Egyptologists have suggested a connection with the Egyptian word qas, meaning "inundated land" because Goshen was apparently the same region, called by the Greeks the "Arabian nome," which had its capital at Phakousa representing the Egyptian Pa-qas (Brugsch, Geog., I, 298), the name of a town, with the determinative for "pouring forth." Bible History.

The Sycamore Tree of the Bible:

Osiris was associated with the Willow, Acaicia, and Sycamore trees. Osiris was worshipped although the sycamore specifically was regarded as a manifestation of the goddesses Nut, Isis and Hathor, who was even given the title, "Lady of the Sycamore".

“…the identification of several maternal deities as tree goddesses also meant that burial in a wooden coffin was viewed as a return to the womb of the mother goddess.”  Since the mythological tree of Nut stood at Heliopolis and was a sycamore tree under which tradition asserts that Virgin Mary sat and rested during her flight to Egypt, and there seems to be little doubt that many of the details about her wanderings in the Delta, which are recorded in the details about her wanderings of a similar class, are borrowed from the old mythology of Egypt.[7]

“A Sycamore tree marks the place on Roda Island where the infant Moses was said to have been found.”[8]

Nut of the Sycamore Tree

One more Sycamore references:

Old Testament:

1Kings 10:27And he made silver to be as plentiful in Jerusalem as stones: and cedars to be as common as sycamores which grow in the plains.

Psalms 77:47And he destroyed their vineyards with hail, and their mulberry [sycamore] trees with hoarfrost.

Amos 7:14-15 Amos replied  to Amaziah, “I was not a prophet by profession. No, I was a herdsman who also took care of sycamore fig trees.

New Testament: 

Luke 17:3 The apostles said to the Lord, "Increase our faith. "The Lord said, "If you had faith like a grain of mustard seed, you would tell this sycamore tree,' Be uprooted, and be planted in the sea,' and it would obey you.

Luke 19:4 There was a man named Zacchaeus. He was a chief tax collector, and he was rich. He was trying to see who Jesus was, and couldn't because of the crowd, because he was short. He ran on ahead, and climbed up into a sycamore tree to see him, for he was to pass that way.

John 1:48 

Let us look at the ritual of initiation of Moses who was schooled in all the ways of the Egyptians to see if this coffin/ark experience in the bulrushes can be explained in another way.

The Process of Initiation:

Early at the seventh day and while a distant gong was heard, the initiated ones were asked by the Hierophant to enter inside a mummy case [ark] brought by a group of temple guardians and acolytes.

The coffins bore scriptures and symbols resembling the ones used to preserved the bodies of the departed ones. The Hierophant or High Priest of the Temple entranced the initiates, one by one, into a magical hypnotic sleep. When the candidates were laid inside, the lids were closed and they entered into a deep sleep as homage to Osiris the Lord of the Dead and Lord of the Resurrection.

The coffins with the candidates inside were tied up to a carrier and with robes lowered down, one at a time, to the Chamber of Rebirth. Entering into the womb again "'What did Nicodemous say to Jesus?, "Can a man enter into his mothers womb again?"' 

Context and symbols: All this initiation into the Egyptian educational system of which Moses was schooled, takes place in a chamber in the great Pyramid. The great Pyramid/Temple of Gizeh called Khufu stands upon a low hill overlooking the yellow sands of the vast desert. Within it is a narrow passage leading up to the King's Chamber, as it is now called, but which in olden days was the Holy of Holies or Chamber of Initiation.

                                                    Egyptian Door

At the top of this passage is a narrow gate that leads directly into the initiation chamber.

"...the narrow upward passage leading to the King's Chamber had a "narrow gate" indeed; the same "strait gate" which "leadeth unto life," or the new spiritual rebirth alluded to by Jesus in Matthew vii. 13 et. seq.; and that it is this gate in the Initiation temple that the writer who recorded the words alleged to have been spoken by an Initiate, was thinking of. [Secret Doctrine I, 318, footnote. Blavatsky]

Having passed through the "strait gate that leadeth unto life", the neophyte [initiate to the Mysteries] entered the Holy of Holies. On one side of this chamber there stands a great porphyry sarcophagus. This was the Baptismal Font, upon emerging from which the neophyte was "born again".

Matthew 7:13-14 - Enter through the straight gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only few find it. (NIV)

At the time of his initiation, the candidate was attached to a couch in the form of a cross and plunged into a deep sleep. He remained in that condition for three days and nights, during which time his spiritual Ego is said to have "ascended into Heaven and descended into Hell," while his entranced body remained within the sarcophagus. [9]

This is part the ritual that Moses had to go through. The allusion to his water birth and naming is consistent with the initiation process of a neophyte and not floating down the river of the Nile as a babe. The truth is cloaked in a play. [see Passion play]

*Remember this when we are told by Paul that the Israelites on their journey of the Exodus was ALL baptized into Moses. Moses was Messiah to the Exodus-ing Hebrews he was the deliverer.  Under the Egyptian name Iah like Ihuh or YHWH.

"For I would not, brethren, have you ignorant, that our fathers were all under the cloud, and all passed through the sea; and were all baptized into Moses in the cloud and in the sea; and did all eat the same spiritual food; and all drank the same spiritual drink. For they drank of a spiritual rock that followed them, and the rock [foundation] was Christ [Messu]. "1Cor. 10:1-4. [Messu is the Egyptian ever-coming son, later translated Messiah by the Hebrews.].

The Book of Beginnings: Mosu, Messu or Moshe/Moses would be named after a child of the waters...who was the first-born, water-born, elder-born, new-birth coinciding with that of the [Nile] inundation. Messu was a child produced by water.

We have been told that Moses was a poor Hebrew boy saved from death by his mother and older sister, then hidden in the rushes, set adrift on the Nile and later pulled from the waters by the daughter of an unnamed Pharaoh and returned to his waiting mother.  Later after weaning he was returned at an unknown age to the princess, then named Moses and reared in the great Pharonic household without question of his parentage or bloodline.

Did Moses have a Hebrew name? How could his birth mother not named him? According to the Abrahamic law of circumcision and naming, both was to be done on the 8th day, even Zipporah knew that!  So, the tradition was known by Moses' people and those in the surrounding area for years. Moses could not have been his Hebrew name.

"Anyone who has studied the ancient pharaohs knows that their names were important from the earliest times through the end of ancient Egyptian history, frequently offering clues to their personality, the period in which they lived and particularly, the gods that they most worshipped. But it was not only the kings who placed great store in names. All Egyptian's names were carefully chosen, apparently for commoners and royalty alike, though one major difference is that the names of common Egyptians were not preserved in cartouches, as were those of royalty." Jefferson Monet


This would also be true of a Prince of Egypt as Moses was called by Historians.


Genesis 17 -

[9] Then God said to Abraham, "As for you, you must keep my covenant, you and your descendants after you for the generations to come. [10] This is my covenant with you and your descendants after you, the covenant you are to keep: Every male among you shall be circumcised. [11] You are to undergo circumcision, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and you. [12] For the generations to come every male among you who is eight days old must be circumcised, including those born in your household or bought with money from a foreigner--those who are not your offspring. [13] Whether born in your household or bought with your money, they must be circumcised. My covenant in your flesh is to be an everlasting covenant. [14] Any uncircumcised male, who has not been circumcised in the flesh, will be cut off from his people; he has broken my covenant."

On that very day Abraham took his son Ishmael and all those born in his household or bought with his money, every male in his household, and circumcised them, as God told him. [24] Abraham was ninety-nine years old when he was circumcised, [25] and his son Ishmael was thirteen; [26] Abraham and his son Ishmael were both circumcised on that same day. [27] And every male in Abraham's household, including those born in his household or bought from a foreigner, was circumcised with him.

“It happened on the way at a lodging place, that Yahweh met Moses and wanted to kill him. Then Zipporah took a sharp stone, and cut off the foreskin of her son, and cast it at his feet, and said, surely a bloody husband art thou to me.” So he let him alone. Then she said, "You are a bridegroom of blood," because of the circumcision. Exodus 4:24-25.


Egyptian Circumcision

Circumcision of the Maasai at 8 years and 12 years old. With appendage being formed

Let us look at the Egyptian name Moses and what it may mean and how it may shed some light on this religious drama. The first extra-Biblical record of Moses starts in Egypt with one historians view point.

The account of the Priest Manetho [Ma-net-ho] who is said to have lived in the time of the Hellenized [Greek] Ptolemy’s who ruled Egypt from 323-30BC. Manetho was commissioned to write the History of Egypt in the original version of Aegyptiaca. We can assume that Manetho went to the libraries of Egypt and researched his information for that work; here is an excerpt with comments on Manetho's book and the Manethoan literature that followed.

'Soon after the original composition, the Aegyptiaca was epitomized, by extracting a framework of kings which clung to the occasional historical statement. At the same time, however, the original work was being abused, commented and falsified for political and religious motives. It is not unlikely that at this time, new works about the history of Egypt were being written under Manetho's name. Such [fake] works were often full of tendentious commentaries and anachronisms.'

'The classical authors who copied, commented or made references to the Aegyptiaca were thus confronted with different sources, all claiming to have been based on the original work. Josephus knew both the original Aegyptiaca or its epitome, and the fake Manethoan literature, but he was often unable to distinguish between them. 

Julius Africanus knew and used the epitomized Aegyptiaca, while Eusebius quoted from Africanus and from a version of the Epitome altered by the Hellenistic Jews for religious purposes.

'Julius Africanus is the father of Christian chronography. His name says that he was an African; Suidas calls him "a Libyan [black] philosopher". Gelzer ("S. Julius Africanus", pp. 4, 5) thinks he was of Roman descent.  He knew Greek (in which language he wrote), Latin, and Hebrew.

Sidebar: That was the equivalent of saying he was born in a Roman province or commonwealth like Egypt was at that time, but they want you to think Mr. Africanus was not African [Black] it was the same as the Apostle Paul and the same as saying we are not Africans because we are living in America or the Caribbean?  Let's move on.

We see there is a discrepancy about the accounts of Manetho.  Now we could discount this and say it is a lie and Manetho was a player-hater or the all encompassing brand, an anti-Semite. But, I don't think he was, he was just writing about what was in the record books of Egypt . We need to look at what Manetho said about Moses and the Jews that made Josephus so mad and tie his panties in a knot.  This is what was said by the modern Essenes and then their quote from ancient sources.

'The Biblical character of Moses is at the foundation of the Jewish faith and of consequence to the Judeo-Christian church that arose from it, in addition of the Islamic religion of Mohammed. The Essene Order is suspect of the authenticity of the Biblical and Jewish accounts of Moses, but recognizes some truth preserved within these less than perfect accounts.

'No intelligent Egyptian worshipped the bull. It was only the symbol that represented Osiris. Any offense to it was an insult to him.' The Beautiful Ethiopians -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

As you have to realize the worship of animals was not part of the Egyptian construct.  Those who do not understand may think it so. But it would be like saying Christians worshiped a lamb or lion.  Osiris was the king killed and raised from the dead - he was what brought life into the afterlife.

'The writings of the ancient Egyptian historian Manetho are seen as a more reliable account. Manetho (c.280 BC) tells us that Moses was by birth of Heliopolis, and his name was originally Osarsiph, from Osyris [Osiris], who was the god of Heliopolis; but that when he was gone over to these people, his name was changed, and he was called Moses. He was a priest of Heliopolis . He instituted many new laws and customs quite opposite to those of Egypt and told his people they should not worship the Egyptian gods.' They also abstained form killing those animals sacred to these gods and were to join themselves to nobody but those that were of this confederacy.'

In the third century B.C. an important and influential Egyptian priest named Manetho wrote an account of his country’s history. It contained a wealth of information about ancient Egypt and included a chronological record of all Egyptian kings from the [supposed] beginning of the first dynasty (c. 3100 B.C.) down to the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C.'

Manetho vs. Josephus

Josephus was a Hebrew priest, soldier and scholar. According to his autobiography - Josephus traces his ancestry to the Hasmoneans (the family of Judah ' the hammer' Maccabbee, hero of the Hanukkah story). The genealogy he presents is contradictory and the dates are barely plausible.  He lived at the Flavian [hence the name Flavius] court in Rome , Josephus undertook to write a history of the war he had witnessed. The work, while apparently factually correct, also served to flatter his patron and to warn other provinces against the folly of opposing the Romans. He first wrote in his native language of Aramaic, and then with assistance translated it into Greek (the most-used language of the Empire). It was published a few years after the end of the war, in about 78 AD.  He was about 40 years old.

The works of Josephus was put out to counter any other works by non-Hebrews like Manetho.  In order to further corrupt the history, there were many alterations by the ruling Jews that objected and sought to alter the work of Manetho.

'This makes the accessibility of Manetho's work very hard, but yet, when one knows how to separate the original work from its fakes, and when one knows to distinguish between fact and myth in the original work, Manetho's Aegyptiaca becomes a valuable source for the study of Ancient Egyptian history.'

This book still remained the authentic source for Egypt 's history for several centuries until it was lost, probably during the burning of the libraries of Alexandria (circa 390 A.D.).

This fire was intentionally set in order to burn all the books not stolen by Alexander and his ‘cadre' of Greek scholars. They desired to claim the wisdom of Africa for themselves. From this some critical assessments must be made and some questions need to be presented.  

Moses and Egyptian iconic imagery.

Icon of Amen with feathers [tablets] of truth and power on his head.

European icon of Moses with tablets [feathers] breaking Maat/the Law.

Charlton Heston with Tablets [feathers] overhead

The Hidden on Amen/Amun -

Self Created the Father of all Pharoahs


It is my belief that Moses was an Egyptian, possibly a Pharaoh, or at least a high-ranking official in the house of the Khemetian Pharoahs. When we read his story and lineage in the Bible, it is a veiled attempt to hide the particulars of his birth, initiation, coronation, exile, repatriation, and murder.  In an attempt to make another religion only used to ratify a people/group wanting to legitimize their new nation and claim themselves Kings.

His ‘new’ monotheistic religion is a reiteration of the worship of the ‘old’ Aten religion recast in the Pharonic household of Imram/Amram as the leader Ankhenaten.  Moses’  life was an epic play, not unlike the passion play of the Egyptians, and as a side note Catholics and some protestant religions still use this method as a teaching tool for the ‘vulgar and unlearned’ [ordinary people] and they later adopted this same story telling ritual.  This epic drama was passed from generation to generation in order for the original Hebrews to relate to their history and their agreed upon nativity with some parts of this drama being allegorical and metaphorical.

Why was alteration of Manetho’s book necessary, and what was were they trying to hide?

For what religious and political purpose were those book altered?  What does this ancient historian [or those writing under his name] say about Moses? Flavius Josephus complained of Manetho's account of Moses in his treatise against Apion.  Josephus [lived around in 50-70AD was of the mind that Manetho [3rd century B.C] was an enemy of the Jew and spread lies about their history. Well, what made him think that?

'In the former book, most honored Epaphroditus, I have demonstrated our antiquity, and confirmed the truth of what I have said, from the writings of the Phoenicians, and Chaldeans, and Egyptians. I have, moreover, produced many of the Grecian writers as witnesses thereto. I have also made a refutation of Manetho and Cheremon, and of certain others of our enemies. I shall now therefore begin a confutation of the remaining authors who have written any thing against us; although I confess I have had a doubt upon me about Apion the grammarian.'

'I have heard of the ancient men of Egypt, that Moses was of Heliopolis, and that he thought himself obliged to follow the customs of his forefathers, and offered his prayers in the open air, toward the city walls: but that he refused them all to be directed toward the sun-rising, which was agreeable to the situation in Heliopolis. '

If it was true, then Josephus knew that their claims to be the chosen people of Yahweh were in jeopardy. Why?  In tracing Moses back to his Egyptian roots meant that the God they served may have been a shadow or type of the Egyptian reality.  Apion and supposed enemy of Josephus writing almost 1300 years after the Exodus say:

'This wise man [Moses] of Heliopolis united the lepers and impure people against the might of Egypt before going out of the country by the ruling Pharaoh.'

Josephus quoted Apion's comments and the references to Moses in the book of Manetho, needed to be edited. Its information was not kind to the Hellenized Hebrew, but what else was originally chronicled by Manetho we will never know.

Now, Manetho and Apion may have had another motive for disrespecting the legend of Moses, but let us see if there was a reason to relate Moses to On or Anu the Greek name Heliopolis .

We need to turn our attentions to the name of Moses and what it meant in Egyptian. Why?

Because his adopted mother the daughter of the Pharaoh named him, just as the name Miriam, Yocheved, Amram, Aaron and Joshua are all Egyptian names. You can not live in a place for 430 years [according to the Bible] and not take on the ways of the people you live with. As I said, I have run into more than enough Spanish girls who are named Nefertiti, Shannay and Kiesha, and a few boys of Filipino descent who boasts the name Imani and KeShaun!

We can safely assume that the names of those Hebrews who were born and raised in Egypt were essentially Egyptian in name, culture and religion. It's called assimilation and we see it everyday!

Was Moses or Mos a common name in Egypt and its environs?

Well yes, in the initiation name of those entering into the Mystery schools. It was chronicled by Manetho that the biblical Moses was associated with On/Anu or Heliopolis and Moses was viewed as Osarsiph derived from the name Osiris the god of Heliopolis , but can that be true?

'Soon after the original composition, the Aegyptiaca was epitomized, probably by extracting a framework of Kings to which clung to the occasional historical statement. At the same time, however, the original work was being abused, commented and falsified for political and religious motives.'

Julius Africanus knew and used the epitomized Aegyptiaca, while Eusebius quoted from Africanus and from a version of the Epitome altered by the Hellenistic Jews for religious purposes. [My italics].

'Egyptian historian Manetho is seen as a more reliable account. Manetho (c.280 BC) tells us that Moses was by birth of Heliopolis [lower Egypt represented by the Papyrus], and his name was originally Osarsiph, from Osyris [Osiris], who was the god of Heliopolis; but that when he was gone over to these people, his name was changed, and he was called Moses.'

Ausar or Osiris: The Bright and Morning Star.


Orion’s Belt

Moses and Osiris

Osiris plays a key role and is a central figure in the ancient Egyptian mysteries and in the ‘Order of the Morning Star’. It was Osiris who was the beloved pharaoh of Egypt . It was Osiris who taught the people of the land of Egypt about farming. Osiris was also the god of vegetation.

To the Egyptians one must become Osiris. In that no one can or could deliver the forty-two negative confessions in the Hall of Truth, because no one is perfect in earthly life. Just like no one can enter into Heaven or Life Eternal according to Christianity unless they Put on Christ or be Buried with Christ, or Baptized in his Suffering. the Law in Judaism and later Christianity was written n the hear of the believer and the believer was saved by the blood of the Lamb...Jesus. No one could keep the whole of the Law, just as not one could keep all the Negative Confessions without a Messiah or propitiation. In Egypt it was Osiris. No one could keep the Commandments without Jesus the Messu--born of blood and water.


By identification with Osiris, the Egyptian candidate [deceased] who stands in the Hall of Truth can indeed deliver the negative confession. The reason is clear; it is not him, but him in Osiris that is delivering the negative confession. The candidate in the Hall of Truth is redeemed by his unification and identification with Osiris.

Why would the original account of Manetho be altered for religious purposes?  Because, the history they had did not jive with the story they wanted told. Lies were also later added to the original Egypto-African Biblical account and later years we received by scribal addition: The Curse of Cain being blackness, Nimrod as a rebel against God, and Canaan was a pervert and he was cursed with blackness? All ratified by the Talmud and later Christian Scholars.

How sad it is that both these people had to find a way to change the framework of the Bible from black to white [Black to White]. How sad, because the truth is the life and light.

The Measuring Rod

When we think of the priesthood, we cannot limit our ideas of their education.


Our modern concept of a priest is a cleric who performs duties that is connected to the church only. They preach on a prescribed day, visited the maimed and afflicted, give communion, marry, christen, baptize, and bury the dead.  Our minister, pastors, teachers and those who are lay-people for the most part only subscribe to one discipline and that is attending to the needs of their church or parish.

This was not true of the ancient priesthood.  They had to be doctors, lawyers, healers, judges, astronomist, astrologists, prognosticators, scribes and geographic masters to name a few disciplines. They were highly intelligent.



What did Herodotus say about Heliopolian priesthood?

'The reputation of being the best skilled in history of all the Egyptians.  Not only were they [priests] well versed in Geometry, medicine, mythology, philosophy, but they were looked on as the masters of astronomy. '

Here is a view of Moses from George G.M. Jackson in his book Stolen Legacy:

 '...Just here it would be well to mention that all the great leaders of the great religions of antiquity were initiates of the Egyptian Mystery System [Universities]: From Moses, who was an Egyptian Hierogrammat, down to Christ.' Pg. 40

What is an Egyptian Hierogrammat? We know the name Hierogrammat is the Greek rendition of the Egyptian name from an aspect of the priesthood in the Mystery System, and can also be called a hierophant or high-priest.  In this case we will go to the Greek rendering of the word.

Heiros means sacred [priesthood]. Grammat means letter [ER].

I would assume it would basically mean: He who has lettered in the sacred, or He who understands the sacred.

Hieroglyphics was considered the sacred language of the Neteru/gods. The Egyptian word is Medu Netcher Medu Netcher - The words of the Gods, picture letters.

The Egyptians believed that writing was given to them by Thoth, the keeper of records among the gods. But Thoth didn't just give humans writing, he gave them the language of the gods. To write hieroglyphs was to speak "god-language." In other words, the Egyptians believed that the gods "spoke" in pictures and in things. This is a powerfully important insight into the Egyptian world view. If the "words of the gods" are pictures and things, that means that the entire world is a speech by the gods, full of meaning and symbol; this means that the universe itself can be "read."

Since Thoth taught humans the "words of the gods," he taught them also how to read and understand the universe itself. Above everything else, understand that for the Egyptian everything in the world and universe was writing that resembled all the human writing they inscribed on their tombs and monuments. For this reason, while Egyptian writing is a form of art, all Egyptian art is a form of writing—it has meaning, symbolism, and precision. [10]

So, you won't start trippin' is a Biblical account of what you just read:

"And God said let there be light and there was light.

The words of the Creator is life and alive.

'The Temple at Heliopolis was the focal center of this ancient initiatory school, its roots extended far back in Egypt 's earliest period. The Great Sphinx at Giza and the nearby pyramid were Initiation Chambers under the authority of the Heliopolis priests, the high priest being known as ''The Seer of Great Vision.''  " Heliopolis was the site of the ancient Mystery School of the Academy of Thoth . It was in Heliopolis that specific 'Master Souls' prophets and holy men and women had founded their seat of authority around 8090 B.C.'  Thoth was the Greek Hermes where we get the term Hermeneutics, the science of biblical interpretation

'We are told not only from the Bible, but from the historian Philo, that Moses was an initiate of the Egyptian Mysteries and became a hierogrammat: learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptian people.  This was only possible by proper initiation and gradual advancement, when evidence of fitness was demonstrated by a Neophyte.  The Egyptian name Mos[es] was given to all candidates at their baptism, and meant ' Saved by Water’. Pg. 67'

Here is the Biblical account of the ritual performed by the adopted mother of Moses.  Being a princess in the Pharonic house mean that you were tied to a cult or religious seat and in it you had been initiated as a priestess. Since Egypt was a theocracy the educational process was tied to their religious beliefs as was everything in Egypt . Don't trip when you read the word Cult. It was not a negative word then.

'Later when the child was old enough, she took him to the King’s daughter [Bithiyah], who adopted him as her own son.  She said to herself, ' I pulled him out of the water, so I will name him Mos[es].' Meaning to pull out of the water.' Ex. 2:10

In most ancient adoption processes they use water.  When you come out of one thing and into another you are baptized.  Here is more evidence that proves the name Moses is a name given at initiation. According to Professor Modupe Oduyoye in his essay 'The Spirits that rule the World: African Religions and Judaism he relates Egyptian and Hebrew to the Yoruba language.

'…We refused to take the ancient Hebrew on their word when they give us the folk etymology that the name of their prophet, Mosheh was derived from the Hebrew word mashak ' he drew out' [ Exodus 2:10b]. We say. 'Not likely.  Moshe was not named by a Hebrew.  He was named by an Egyptian princess in Egypt where he was born. And she named him in the language of her own people, Egyptian, where msi meant ' he gave birth', msw meant ' he was born' and ms meant ' child'. Hence the Hebrew text said the daughter of the Pharaoh named the baby she found in the basket in the bulrushes by the Nile simply MS or ' child.  Pg. 61 'The African origins of Major world religion. A.S Saakanna.'

In Yoruba [Western Nigeria and Benin who have records of being Hebrews] Mesi meant child, born or son, just as the Egyptian MSW meant son or begotten.  I would put my money on the African definition of the word instead of the Hebrew meaning of Moshé.

The Jewish equivalent is Messiah from the Khemetic "MESSU" on the one hand and MES-IAH on the other. MES means "to give birth", "son". Horus had a title called "MES", making him "Horus the Son". MES-IAH then is "the son of YAH". Gerald Massey.

Remember they did not have written vowels so A E, I, O , U and sometimes Y was not written but understood by the knowledgeable Ancient scribes.

James H. Breasted in his work titled The Dawn of Conscience says:

"It is important to see that the name Moses is Egyptian. The original of this word is 'mose' in Egyptian which means 'child'.  It is the shortened version of names like 'Amen-mose' (child Amen) or 'Ptah-mose' (child Ptah). It is beyond doubt that Moses' father[?] gave his son an Egyptian God's name like Ptah, Amon, and this name became shortened in time, and turned into ' Mose.' "  We know that the 's' at the end of 'Moses' is an addition originating from the Greek translation of the Old Testament. This addition does not exist in the Hebrew version.'

According to Professor James Breasted the ES or S ending does not exist in the Hebrew-so we can then look at the name as Mose or Mos. And I would venture to say the oft used and erroneous Hebrew replacement word Moshe is not correct either.

I submit to you that the ‘naming of Moses’ and the ‘pulling him out to the waters’ were initiation rites. I also submit that this baby in the basket was not a baby, but a child entering the mystery school for his education or even a man at the end of the initiation.

The neophyte in the revised Greek system is considered a babe. Neophyte means a "new plant" or to "bring forth". It would not be a stretch to say the Egyptian word for one newly initiated would be “a child pulled out of the water”.  Just like Moses!

The Name of Moses:

Now, we have given our children nicknames like Punkin, Man-Man, Poodlum, Candy, Cookie and Puddin' but, when you take the Seat of Authority you are not called by those childish family names, especially if you come in the name of your God asking for the release of over a plus million people. When you are announced in the royal house f Per-aa, you are referred to with an appropriate title, and an official given name. The name of Moses is a definite clue to his lineage and education. He had to be someone in the Mystery system to receive the title Mos. But Mos of what? Son of Who?


Was Moses, the leader of the Biblical Exodus really an Egyptian? Sigmund Freud seems to think so - even as a rank atheist and drug addict, [Freud thought Cocaine was a curative for melancholia and was addicted for years!] But, since he is recognized as the Father of modern psychotherapy lets see what he says, shall we?

Freud: Moses was not Jewish, but a prominent Egyptian who led the Jews into freedom and he gave them monotheism. In other words, it was not God the Father who chose the Jews but Moses the Man. The Question of God

Though Freud's thesis was originally rejected in European Jewish arenas of scholarship, his book opened the door for debate about Judaism and Moses, and was hotly debated after WWII, the European wars. The name Moses can definitely refer to his initiation process. But, why is the story mixed up with a babe in the bulrushes?  What does it all mean? We need to find the key in order to interpret that hidden story.

'The name is Mosheh in Hebrew. If we go by the inference in the Old Testament and keep to the Hebrew elements, Moses can be separated into 'mo' and 'use'. 'Mo' is water, 'use' means save. So 'mo-use' may be translated as 'saved from [or by] the water.'

Which could be taken as a reference to Moses being found in a basket in the river Nile (Exodus 2:10).

M. Soloweitschik in Jüdishes Lexicon writes:

 "The Old Testament's interpretation of this name, 'taken out of water,' is a popular etymology, and it does not fit first of all the active form of the Hebrew word, because Mosheh could only mean,'(who) takes out.' "

There we are. They both said the name Moshe does not fit the active form of the Hebrew word. They know the word was Egyptian, but if you say a lie 1000 times it becomes the truth in the ears of unlearned men.

Other sources say something interesting about the name of Moses. Barbara G. Walker in her book; The Woman's Encyclopedia book of Myths and Secrets, Pg. 676 and Masonic research and advocate Manly P. Hall.

'Sir Flinders Petrie said the name Moses was Egyptian...meaning unfathered son of a Princess.'

Quote of Manly P. Hall:

'Quoting modern Masonic historian, Manly P. Hall ("Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians", Los Angeles 1936), "In ancient Egypt learning was regarded as a high privilege and education was under the direction of a small number of individuals who were organized into bonds, pledges and vows of secrecy.... (A candidate) having applied at Heliopolis , was referred to the Learned of the Institution at Memphis , and these sent him to Thebes (where) he was circumcised."

Immediately upon his return, he [Manly Hall] set seriously to work on his encyclopedic outline of the Western esoteric tradition, The Secret Teachings of All Ages, which describes in some detail the most ancient theory of education, which was in the keeping of the Mystery schools. Thousands of years ago, in Egypt , these mystical orders were aware of the existence of the western hemisphere and the great continent which we call America .”

Let's not be afraid of Manly P. Hall or Barbara Walkers assertions. Although, I do not agree with their religious choices, they do have records of the historical roots of religions and the initiation process that may aide in our understanding, when rightly dividing information. We need to know that Judaism, Christianity or Islam did not grow up in a vacuum, and neither did we.

We need to go over the initiation process in the Egyptian Mystery System to se if it lines up to Moses birth, ark floating, rescue and adoption story in Exodus Chapter 2.

A child was named by the mother immediately after birth as having no name meant that you did not truly exist. It must also have been important to name the child in case it would not survive, as the deceased person would have an eternal life as long as its name was remembered. Non-royal persons had mostly only one name, but it was quite common to chose the name after a favorite deity, local or not, or even after a royal person. Long names were common, and so were also nicknames. Family names did not exist, instead a person was defined as being the son of a certain person; i.e. Amenhotep, son of Hapu.

We must remember some of the rites of initiation were mixed up in order to hide the fact that the Mosaic story was about the Mystery System. Let us look at the information from an analysis of the Book of the Dead.

Originally the primary creation story was: The story of Creation is told by the god Neb-er-tcher whose name means "Lord to the uttermost limit". Neb-er-tcher was regarded as the ultimate god whose "limit" refers to space and time in all dimensions. Another of his names was "Everlasting God of the Universe" and shows his dominant position as the Originator of Everything. He filled all the Universe, and after some indeterminate time he decided to create the Earth, and took upon himself the form of the god Khepera, the Creator-god. Neb-er-tcher, who took on the form of Khepera, the creator god of the Egyptians, was the sole primal source of all creation.

The god Neb-er-tcher speaks:

"I am he who came into being in the form of the god Khepera, and I am the creator of that which came into being, that is to say, I am the creator of everything which came into being; now the things which I created, and which came forth out of my mouth after that I had come into being myself were exceedingly many.

The sky (or heaven) had not come into being, the earth did not exist, and the children of the earth and the creeping things had not been made at that time. I myself raised them up from out of Nun, from a state of helpless inertness. I found no place whereon I could stand. I worked a charm upon my own heart (or will), I laid the foundation (of things) by Maat, and I made everything which had form ... I laid the foundations (of things) in my own heart, and there came into being multitudes of created things, which came into being from the created things which were born from the created things which arose from what they brought forth ... Translated by Wallace Budge.

So, what is the Biblical equivalent and elementary version?

'And God said let there be light and there was light and there was light' Genesis .

I believe Neb-er-tcher and his creative aspects was the One Creator God that Egypt first knew and he was called Elohim [plural] in the Hebrew tongue and was one in the same in the language and understanding of the African. Each region in Egypt and its environs originally studied the One's attributes in the Mystery schools and his/her role in the time before time [Zep-Tepi ] the 'The First Time' or Genesis of Creation, when the initial spirit moved on the face of the water and later when the Sphinx was originally fashioned.

There were 5 main sites for the study of the Mysteries/musterion and the attributes [that later was identified with gods] of the One-god.

Musterion: Muo means to shut the mouth, a secret or mystery - through the idea of silence imposed by initiation to the religious rites. Strong's Concordance 3466.

When an Egyptian dies, the ceremony of opening the mouth is performed, does that mean in their mind they are to become animated once again you are able to speak the mysteries that were a secret on earth but known in heaven?  Does this ritual bring back the life?

To the Ancient Egyptians, their souls - their being - were made up of many different parts. Not only was there the physical form, but there were eight immortal or semi-divine parts that survived death, with the body making nine parts of a human.

Side bar: The Egyptian understood that Human-ness was to be acquired by steps and when you understood who you were in this world and your divine purpose then you could be called HUMAN.

'The precise meaning of Ka, Ba, Ach (akh), `Shm (sekhem), and so on, is no longer clear to us. Well-meaning scholars try again and again and again to force the Egyptian idea of the soul into our traditional categories without enabling us to understand even a little of it any better.'

The word musterion or Mystery as used by the Greeks in describing the Egyptian and other revelatory System that were unknown to them.  This word was also used in the Biblical account when referring to the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven , the Kingdom of God , the Mystery of Iniquity and the Mystery of Godliness, the Stewards of the mysteries of God, understanding of the mysteries, and the spirit speaking in a mystery, all from the Greek version of the New Testament. These unknowns date back to the Mystery system and the Greeks hopes on entering that school and their allusion to it as they were granted entre and sought to enlighten their people.  Nothing grows in a vacuum, not even the concepts of the Greeks applied to Judaistic thought, which was gleened from African reality.   

Moses being hidden in the Ark on the Papyrus reeds was also called [translated] as a Mystery.  The initiation into the mystery system was baptism in water and then given the name Mos. The name Mos was always to be affixed to the name of a god as in Ah-Mos, Ptah-Mos or Ra-Mos. The name Mose or Mos had to be attached to a deity.

Ark , n.--Old English arc, earc, 'Noah's ark, box, coffin', from Latin arca, 'chest', whence also Old High German arahha, arka (Middle High German, German, arche), 'ark'. Old Slavic raka, 'burial cave, rakev, 'coffin', are Teutonic loan words.)  See arcanum and compare words there referred to.


Arcanum, n. Secret, mystery.-- Latin arcānum, probably a substantive use of the neutered of arcānus, 'shut up, secret', originally 'enclosed in a chest', from arca, 'chest, coffin', which is related to arcēre, 'to enclose, keep away, ward off', and cognate with Greek άρκειν to keep off'.

What is a Mystery?

A profound secret; something wholly unknown, or something kept cautiously concealed, and therefore exciting curiosity or wonder; something which has not been or can not be explained; hence, specifically, that which is beyond human comprehension. This was a kind of secret religious celebration, to which none were admitted except those who had been initiated by certain preparatory ceremonies.

The Ark is a secret and Mystery revealed by God, but what god? We see that IAO was known so I would venture to say IAO was the god the Hebrews and Egyptians knew.

Moses, as an initiate matriculated through these educational systems, with its ultimate goal of being a priest who position was vital in running a nation. There was an interconnection of all of the primary religious sites in the school of the Mysteries which included Memphis , Thebes , On, Hermopolis and finally Tel Amarna the seat of the religious rule of Ankhenaten. At each site there were many versions of the One Supreme Creator and how the manifestations of his attributes, are referred to as neteru [gods] were worshipped in Egypt .

'The Egyptians were highly civilized and deeply religious at a time when Europeans were still primitive. There is much to suggest that they built pyramids more as an affirmation of their religious convictions than to glorify dead pharaohs, however powerful. But they were also an extremely reserved people, who kept the inner mysteries of their religion from all but a few chosen initiates. [11]

Egyptian society was based on a Theocracy and in it the Pharaoh [Great House] held the highest position and as the link between god and man and the facilitators of this was the Great House of the priesthood. The Greeks were not given the privilege of going to school in Egypt until Egypt had been overrun with them from the Persian and ultimately Greek invasions.  To be trained in all the ways of the Egyptians was not an easy feat. It took 40 years to matriculate through that educational system.

'Theocracy is a form of government in which the governmental rulers are identical with the leaders of the dominant religion, and governmental policies are either identical with or strongly influenced by the principles of the majority religion. Typically, the government claims to rule on behalf of God or a higher power, as specified by the local religion.'

Remember, the European name God is a modern universal name in the western world, and is actually more akin to Germanic [Gud, Ghud, Gott] than anything from Egypt or Israel .  We having been influenced by the English language use this term for the Creator, in other nations who do not use the word God this term seems strange, just as the Egyptian had variant names for the god and his/her/its attributes as did the Hebrews as seen below.

Heliopolis/Anu-On: Re or Ra: The sun, king of the gods, and creator god of Yunu ( Heliopolis ). Re has many forms, but often appears as a man with the head of a hawk and a sun-disk which is encircled by a cobra. Over time, many other gods were assimilated to him: such as Atum-Re, Amun-Re. In connection with the Sun-gods of Egypt and with their various forms which were worshipped in that country must be considered the meager facts which we possess concerning the Aten, who appears to have represented both the god and spirit of the sun, and the solar disk itself.

The origin of this god is wholly obscure, and nearly all that is known about him under the Middle Empire is that he was a small provincial form of the Sun-god which was worshipped in one little town in the neighborhood of Heliopolis, and it is possible that a temple was built in his honor, in Heliopolis itself.

Thebes/Waset: Amun/Amen is mentioned in the Pyramid Texts, but was not a prominent god during the Age of the Pyramids. His name means 'the hidden one' and he was a god of the atmosphere. Later in Egyptian history, he would become the main god of the empire.

·        Memphis : Ptah - Ancient creator-god of Memphis . Ptah is shown as a man wearing a skull-cap, dressed in a tight-fitting robe that may be mummy-wrappings. His hands protrude from the wrappings to grasp scepters. He was the patron of craftsmen.

·        Hermopolis/Shumun: Thoth - A moon god, who was also the god of scribes and writing. As god of scribes, he is associated with justice and truth, and with conciliation. As god of wisdom, he inspired scribes and priests, and presided over sacred, secret, knowledge. His name in Ancient Egyptian may have sounded something like Djehuty. He can be shown as a man with the head of an Ibis. The powerful wings of this bird could carry a king over the celestial river into the Afterlife. Thoth usually wears a crescent moon, supporting a full moon-disk on his head.

·        Amarna: Aten -The worship of Aten as understood by Amen-hetep IV was, however, a very different thing from the ancient worship of Aten, for whereas that was tolerant the new worship was not. It is clear from the relief's which have been found in the city of Khut-Aten that Aten was regarded as the giver of life, and the source of all life on this earth, and that his symbols were the heat and light of the sun which vivified and nourished all creation.  Ankhenaten Aten also represented the one physical body of the Sun, and the creed of Aten ascribed to the god a monotheistic character or oneness, of which it denied the existence in any other god. This being so, the new religion could either absorb or be absorbed by the other gods of Egypt , because he had nothing in common with them.  Attempts have been made to prove that the Aten worship resembled that of the monotheistic worship of the Hebrews, and to show that Aten is only another form of the name Adon, i.e., the Phoenician god whom the Greeks knew as Aowvis.

The original temple of Aten at Khut-Aten was like at Heliopolis, called Het Benben, a name which probably means "House of the Obelisk;" it was begun on a large scale, but was never finished. The high-priest of Aten assumed the title of the high-priest of Ra are Heliopolis, Ur-maau, and in many respects the new worship was carried on at Khut-Aten by means of many of the old forms and ceremonies of the Heliopolian priesthood; on stated occasions the King himself officiated.

King Solomon, the pontiff from Israel officiated at the temple ceremonies in the same manner as a type of Pharonic rule, as his father, David ate the Shew Bread [Bread of his Presence] in the Temple and was not stricken down.

'When King Solomon finished the prayer [Dedication of the Temple], fire came down from heaven and burned up the sacrifices that had been offered, and the dazzling light of the Lord's presence filled the Temple, because the dazzling light [smoke] filled the Temple the priests could not stand [ enter] it.' 2Chron. 1:1-6

'Solomon offered sacrifices to the Lord on the altar which he had built in front of the Temple...Following the rules laid down by his father [not Moses?], he organized the daily work of the priests in singing hymns and doing their work. He also organized the Temple guards in sections for performing their daily duties at each gate, in accordance with the commands of David, the man of God [not Moses?]. 2Chron. 7:12.

Now, you could say, "well the priests offered the sacrifices on behalf of Solomon", but that was not the case.  Solomon offered the sacrifices; he functioned in the office of Priest, even though he was from the line of Judah and not Aaron or Levi .

The King, Pharaoh, Nebus, Neges, Caesar, Tzar, or whatever the link between God and Man, and all countries were Theocracies, even America

All Seeing Eye

Just as the line of Seth and then the man Abraham, was given a promise by God that his family would be the 'Sons of God, according to the Bible, the same thing was true of the history of the Pharonic dynasty.  While the Israelites ran back and forth over the years to and from Egypt,  and at one point was under its rule, this was the Egyptian religious environment where the Hebrews lived and the leader Moses was educated.

 "In ancient Egypt learning was regarded as a high privilege and education was under the direction of a small number of individuals who were organized into bonds, pledges and vows of secrecy....(a candidate) having applied at Heliopolis, was referred to the Learned of the Institution at Memphis, and these sent him to Thebes (where) he was circumcised." Manly P. Hall.

We need to look at what was going on in ON [No pun intended] at the time of the Israelites.


Heliopolis was the Greek name for the City of On or Anu and was a major site for the Egyptian Mystery System. This city is called the City of the Sun and can also be traced back to the name Zion which is used to refer to mystical Jerusalem and Israel . This city of the sun is also the root for those who rightly or erroneously call themselves 'Children of the Sun, Sons of Light and Children of God.

Sun Town - Ancient city, N Egypt, in the Nile delta, 6 mi (10 km) below modern Cairo . It was noted as the center of sun worship, and its god Ra or Re was the state deity until Thebes became capital (c.2100 B.C.). The god Amon was then joined with Ra as Amon-Ra or Amon-Re  Under the New Empire (c.1570 B.C.–c.1085 B.C.), Heliopolis was the seat of the viceroy for N. Egypt .

The obelisks called Cleopatra’s Needles were originally in Heliopolis , but are now erected in London on the Thames and in New York in Central Park . Its schools of philosophy and astronomy declined after the founding of Alexandria in 332 B.C., [because of the sacking and burning by the Greeks] but the city never wholly lost importance until the Christian era. The Hebrew name was On; little of the city remains. There is no real connection to Cleopatra but the city was dedicated by Thutmose III and Ramses II. [Remember that].

Are Jerusalem and On are two sides of the same coin?

'The name of Jerusalem (literally meaning "to establish peace or submission") certainly symbolized the role that it played in establishing and maintaining Egyptian control over Palestine during the 18th Dynasty. Both names are found in Chapter 11 of Nehemiah where the Hebrew reads as "Yurushalayim ha Qudesh," meaning, " Jerusalem the Holy City ."

The capture of Jerusalem/Kadesh by Thutmose III also resolves the formerly unknown source of the name Zion . Zion consists of the components On (Hebrew for the holy city of On/ Heliopolis in Egypt ) and the Hebrew word Zi (meaning arid place). Literally translated, Zion appropriately becomes " Holy City of the Desert." [House of Messiah. Ahmed Osman].

The sacredness attributed to Jerusalem by the Egyptians initially derived from the transport of the Barque of Amun, a holy shrine carried on poles in much the same manner as the Israelite Ark of the Covenant, to the city by Thutmose III. The shrine was normally kept within the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Amun at Karnak , however Thutmose III had carried it with him into battle. It remained with him when he took up residence in Jerusalem during the prolonged siege of Megiddo .



The Jerusalem Jews were opposed to the Alexandrian temple, and jealous, because they saw it as a rival temple. When they got their version of the Septuagint, they minutely altered the word for “Sun” (cheres) so that it read “destruction” (heres) instead. Calling On/Anu the City of Destruction or Desolation instead of the City of the Sun or City of Righteousness .

The Septuagint [Greek] version speaks of On/Anu reads “ir-ha-zedek” = “a city of righteousness”, but the altered version read “a city of destruction”. It is because of this tiny variation between the two versions of the Septuagint that the King James and Authorized versions have a marginal note about the alternative reading. The correct rendering is “city of the sun”, or “ Heliopolis ”is the City of Righteousness [12]

If you are using a Strong's Concordance they will try to redirect your thinking and use the word 'destruction or desolation' when defining On or Anu.  They usually translate anything that has to do with Egypt , Africa, Ethiopia with contemptuous rhetoric, so beware. I have found, due to the system of white supremacy our thoughts are always being manipulated by the choice of words that are used in describing our people, and the Bible is a story of our people and the family struggles we endured and our relationship to the Creator.

In the case of Anu they made the choice of tying idolatry to the name of On or Anu [Innu] to make it a curse and a shame in history, but why? Based on the evidence On/ Heliopolis should be considered the original City of Righteousness and it was a mother or sister city to Jerusalem .

The Key to this is Thutmose III, as an adult ruler, Tuthmoses III conducted 17 successful campaigns which served him a position as the most successful Pharaoh ever — in military terms. He extended Egyptian territory and power considerably, into Mesopotamia, Canaan [ Megiddo ] and Nubia . He fought the Syrians seeking refuge in Megiddo [King David?] The conquered territories were put under control of vassal kings and chiefs, who paid taxes to Egypt . He extended the temple at Karnak, as well as constructing new monuments at Abydos , Aswan , Heliopolis and Memphis . His mummy was said to be found in 1881 at Dayru l-Bahri.

Side bar: Why did they flood Aswan ? Was it just for a dam or to hide the truth?

                                       Abydos - Temple of Seti I

'The shrine[ Ark ]that Tuthmoses carried was normally kept within the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Amun at Karnak , however Thutmose III had carried it with him into battle. It remained with him when he took up residence in Jerusalem during the prolonged siege of Megiddo .'

There are strange resemblances between the acts of TutMoses and the exploits of King David, but that is an essay for another day. The point I wanted you to see was how TutMoses ruled or occupied Megiddo in Israel . The Greeks translators and subsequent didactors of our historical view are good at changing words, names and tweaking history by adding prefixes and suffixes to those peoples, city and regions to reflect a different non-African viewpoint. This practiced was also employed by the Persians, Babylonians, Greeks and Romans who saw an opportunity to demonize Egypt/Africa to adopted the so-called Oriental culture and make it Western or Occidental Culture. Jerusalem became the City that housed the ark of Amon and the city of On was Jerusalem 's sister city.  Both named City of Righteousness , and Holy City in the Desert.

One of the major centers for the Mysteries was in the city of On/ Anu or the Greek name Heliopolis . We need to understand first of all that each cult center initially represented a different aspect of the ONE Creator-god, and the initiates of the Temple were expected to matriculate through the Temple systems.  Over time and with many leaders those centers vied for control of the Egyptian heart and mind and the initial meaning of the educational pursuits studying all aspects of the ONE-god and its attributes were lost, fragmented in time. 

What did the Egyptians mean when they said Neteru?  


We have mistranslated to mean god in the western sense.

Neteru and Neter: To the great and supreme power which made the earth, the heavens, the sea, the sky, men and women, animals, birds, and creeping things, all that is and all that shall be, the Egyptians gave the name neter. Another definition of the word given by Brugsch makes it to mean "the active power which produces and creates things in regular recurrence; which bestows new life upon them, and gives back to them their youthful vigour,"[1] and he adds that the innate conception of the word completely covers the original meaning of the Greek {Greek fu'sis} and the Latin natura. The passages from the pyramid of Pepi show at once the difference between neter as God, and the "gods" neteru; the other passages, which might be multiplied almost indefinitely, prove that the Being spoken of is God.

So, we can say the god and goddess were initially elements that the ONE primary Creator-god produced just like we say earth, moon, sky, sun and they were not a worshipped as multiple gods.

Israel seems to have an initial connection with ON or Heliopolis and the Temples or Universities there, so we will start there.  Here we have the initiate name Mos [es] and the ritual of pulling out of the water by a member of the Great house of Pharaoh, applied to earlier incidents in Moses life. This is not a coincidence. He was saved from death by the princess Bithiyah, whose name is given biblically as House or Daughter of Yah.  Now we could stop here it we did not want to dig, and create a sermon on what we have found, but let us not push this information aside so easily. Let's look at some more proof of the real meaning of the name of Moses.


Wantu Wazuri:

"Beautiful people use Afro sheen"

Who were the significant women in Moses life? Shiphrah, Puah, Yocheved, Meriam, Bithiyah, Zipporah and the unnamed Ethiopian wife. How did these women affect his life and growth?

Let us start with Yocheved.

According to Exodus 2:1, a man from the Hebrew tribe of Levi [Amram] married a woman of the same tribe [Yo'cheved] and she bore him a son. We are also informed that this daughter [Yo’cheved] of Levi was BORN in EGYPT .  With this hanging statement it seems as thought she was the only one out of the bunch that claimed Egypt as their birthplace.  Why do they specifically say that?  And if she was born in Egypt and her father was not, did it calculate to 400 years for the Hebrews to be in captivity?  A generation was only 40 years, but that is fodder for another essay!

Amram (Heb. ‘Amram, am-rawm’, probably from Heb. ‘am, people, tribe, nation, and Heb. ruwm, room, to be high, rise up, exalt, thus meaning high people, or people exalted) told his wife Jochebed (Heb. Yowkebed, yo-keh’-bed, from Heb. 

Yehovah contraction and Heb. kabad, kaw-bad, or kabed, kaw-bade’, to be heavy, glorify, glory, thus meaning Jehovah-gloried, also Yokhevedh, Jehovah is glory) and after the child was born they nursed him for three months till forced to set him afloat in an ark of bulrushes upon the river to be left for its preservation by God.

'Those counted among the Levi, by their families were...Kohath was the father of Amram.  the name of Amram's wife was Yocheved [Yokheved] the daughter of Levi, who was born to Levi in Egypt ..' Numbers 26: 57-59 .

Humm... Yocheved was born to Levi in Egypt ?  Well, she must have been really, really old when she had Moses. Levi came into Egypt at the time of Joseph his brother and 430 years later sometimes toward the end of the Israelite sojourn, close to the Exodus, Yocheved was still living. She has to be over 200 years old! But I believe the clue is that they made a point of the fact that she was BORN in Egypt .

'The tribe of Levi [Moses, Aaron and Miriam] consisted of the clans of Gershon, Kohath, Merari. The descendants included the sub clans of the Libni, Heron, Mahli, Mushi, and Korah. Kohath was the FATHER of Amram, who married the Levi daughter Yo'Cheved, who was born in Egypt . She bore Amram two sons; Aaron and Moses and a daughter Miriam.' Numbers 26: 57-59.

They made a point to say that Yo'Cheved was born in Egypt that seems strange. Hadn't the Levite -Israelites been in Egypt for 430 years according to the Bible? Weren't those at the Exodus all born in Egypt ? Yocheved's parents would have had to be really old not to have been born in Egypt .

Here is one analysis of the situation"

Exodus 2:1 states, "A man from the house of Levi went and took a daughter of Levi," and from their marriage came Aaron, Miriam, and Moses. There is an important contrast within this verse: the man was from the house of Levi, while the woman was a daughter of Levi, not a daughter of the house of Levi. The verse clearly implies that Moses mother was an actual daughter of Levi himself.

This supposition is confirmed by the statement of Numbers 26:58 & 59. Verse 58 states that Moses' father, Amram, was a grandson of Levi, while verse 59 makes it clear that Moses' mother was an actual daughter of Levi: "And the name of Amram's wife was Yochebed, the daughter of Levi, who was born to Levi in Egypt ."

Note: These passages force us to conclude that the "430 years of Egyptian bondage" referred to in Exodus 12:40 cannot possibly begin with the descent of the Hebrews into the land of Goshen under Joseph. [13]

Some Biblical accounts say the Israelites were in Egypt for only four generations and other accounts say 200 plus years that is another essay for another time. The wording makes it seem as though Yocheved's fore-fathers were not born in Egypt , and if that is true as we see from Levi then what are they leading us to? 

'Leah was loved less than Rachel...Once again she [Leah] became pregnant and gave birth to another son.  She said, 'Now my husband will be bound more tightly to me, because I have born him three sons'; so she named him Levi.' Genesis 29: 34

Yocheved seems to have been Levi's daughter - although the name daughter can mean granddaughter or great-granddaughter in some instances, but we see that Yocheved is said to be the daughter of Levi while Amram her husband is from the House of Levi. That can be vastly different. Kohath was the father of Amram died at 133 years old. Kohath's name means allied, but allied to who?

Written evidence:  

In ancient days everything was written down or chronicled for posterity. A scribe walked behind the Pharaoh or King everyday of his life writing about everything he did. Sometimes there was a group of scribes.  Who do you think was writing about ' In the year that King Uzziah died', or when this King was thus and so, and another captured these people at this place.'  It was the scribes that wrote down when a king coughed or farted!

That is why it is important to look around at the national history surrounding the Biblical account to see if you can find a thread running through an account that seems...well, disjointed.

Example: Do you think the whole world is chronicling the war in Iraq ? Sure they are everyone is writing about it, because America is a world power much like Egypt was in her day. If Egypt proposed the surrounding nations that were under her control prospered, or at least the people could run to her for shelter.  Abraham, Isaac and Jacob did it, so did Yahshua. 

During the time when Moses was born there was a problem in the land and we are told that the male children were ordered to be killed by an unnamed Pharaoh. Two midwives were assigned to the Hebrew women; Shiphrah and Puah disobeyed orders and let the boys live. The order was to have all the Hebrew boys and throw them into the Nile , but the girls were to live. It was during this time that Moses was born according to the biblical account.


How could just two midwives service over one million Hebrew people? Did they have anyone working under them?

‘They answered the Hebrew women are not like the Egyptian women; they give birth easily, and their babies are born before either of us gets there.'  Ex. 1: 17.

What about Aaron the brother of Moses and Joshua the Son of Nun? How did they survive? Was it also by the hand of these women? When was Aaron born? When was Joshua born, the protégé of Moses? It seems as though Aaron was younger than Moses but Miriam was older than Moses.

‘At this time the Lord became angry with Moses and said; 'What about your brother Aaron the Levite? I know he can speak well...' Ex. 4: 14.

Some information in this essay comes from the Midrash, Gemara, Mishna and the Talmud just as cross references. [See Definitions] The Jewish midrash says that Shiprah and Puah were the mother and sister of Moses [Yocheved and Miriam], but if that is true why the cover-up?

Simply stated: Once you start lying you have to keep on lying.  In order for the structure to hold up after the true essence is sucked out of it, another essence has to be created and put in its place which has taken the form of Kabalaah, Esoteric or Gnostic and spiritualist Christianity, Philosophy and forms of Islam etc..

'The ancient Rabbis identify Shifra with Yocheved, Moshe's mother, and Puah with Miriam, Moshe's sister. By making a midrash that Miriam was Puah the midwife, Miriam becomes a much greater figure.  She and Yocheved assume the status of the mothers of the entire Israelites.'

Why some women in the Bible are un-named, or named after the fact, is an age-old conundrum. The rabbis of the Talmud and Midrash were quick to provide missing appellations: Thus Potiphar’s wife of "no-name" becomes Zuleika; Lot ’s salinized spouse is called Edit; and here, even more significantly, Moses' mother is equated with the Biblical midwife, Shiphrah.

Why Yo'Cheved ("God’s honor")? At last, we exhume a Biblical reference. Exodus 6:20 asserts: "And Amram took him Yo'Cheved his father’s sister to wife; and she bore him Aaron and Moses. Yo'Cheved’s face had a semblance of the divine radiance. Because Yo'Cheved feared the Holy One, she merited the birth of Moses.

Whatever name we employ, we learn the intent of the text. Moses had a noble lineage. Yo'Cheved was a daughter of Levi. When she and Puah, God-fearing midwives, were rewarded with "houses," these were not buildings, but great Pharonic house'

The notion of a House as a dynasty was and Egyptian understanding, and in Hebrew terms it was a great patristic Family [Abraham, Isaac, Jacob] with the exception of Puah, Shifrah and a couple of other woman most women did not have a house or a name other than the name of their husbands or fathers.  In Egyptian terms a house was 'the Great House' or Pharonic dynasty. In Hebrew terms house could mean the Temple or Tabernacle.


·        Were these Midwives given a dynasty? 

·        What was the name?

·        Who were their husbands?

·        Who were their children?

The Talmud says:

'Because of their devotion to the Jewish people, they were rewarded with grand dynasties. Yo'Cheved/Shifrah becomes the ancestress of the Kohanim (the "priests") and the Levites; Miriam/Puah becomes an ancestress of David.'

That is what you call making a silk purse into a sows ear! Is it another key for us to pursue? Shifrah and Puah have now become women of renown. Here, they say Yocheved/Shirfah was of royal lineage because of her acts as midwife and then because she was the mother of Moses, and ultimately Mother of Israel. All those titles for one woman? 

Midwife: [3205] Yalad to bear young -to beget, to act as a midwife or to show lineage, to bring forth, to hatch, to labor, to declare a pedigree, to be the son of, travail.

Depending on the context, Yocheved the birth mother of Moses, could have been the one who declared Moses' pedigree and who he was a Son of, or she could have also been his mother, the one that 'brought him forth' and this is how she was correlated with Shirfah and this was the duty of the midwife, to show the lineage of those who were a threat?

The Rabbi's had to put in another meaning to her name, but in correlating Yocheved with Shirfah they really exposed her position. They had to find an un-Egyptian way of explanation to move the Hebrews away from Egypt and concentrated on its relationship with Babylon , Persia , Greece , Rome and ultimately Europe over the course of the Biblical translations and revisions.  But the tread of truth still hangs there like a microscopic bug on an eyelash.

We just have to employ tactics like the C.S.I crime drama!

Instead of looking to the original Egyptian root meanings the translators and a-cultralists made up a whole 'nother’ story, but God is faithful and in every lie there is a string of truth.  There are no foolproof crimes, there is always a hair or thread or DNA that will point to the truth.  You just need to know where to look and then when you do look even deeper.

Here's an excerpt from the analysis of the Talmud concerning Yocheved the birth mother of Moses and Miriam his sister. 'The Torah says that the names of these two midwives are Shifrah and Puah. Rashi is quick to tell us that Shifrah is really Yocheved, the soon-to-be-mother of Moshe, and Puah is Miriam, Moshe's soon-to-be-sister.


 What are the other Jewish [medievel] myths surrounding Moses' names?

"Three months after Yochebed had given birth to the child, the matter became known to the palace, and so she acted quickly before the officers arrived. She took a reed-basket and placed the child inside it and set it on the bank of the Nile. She stationed his sister a short distance away ... (Exod 2:4). And God sent intense heat and hot weather throughout the land of Egypt, and human flesh burned like the temperature of the sun when it is at its hottest, and they suffered on account of the great heat. The daughter of Pharaoh came down along with all the women of Egypt to the bank of the Nile in order to bathe as was their custom, and she saw the basket floating on the surface of the water. She dispatched her maid to retrieve it, and she opened (it) and saw the child. And when the women of Egypt who had come down to the Nile approached in order to nurse him, he refused to nurse from them, for the Lord did this in order to restore him to the breasts of his mother. His sister asked the daughter of Pharaoh, ‘Shall I go and summon for you a nursemaid from the Israelites?’ She responded, ‘Go!’ She went and summoned his mother. She (the daughter of Pharaoh) said, ‘Take the child and nurse him for me, and I will pay you a wage of two silver pieces daily.’ Two years later she brought him to the daughter of Pharaoh, and he became her son, and she named him Moses, ‘because I drew him up out of the water’ (Exod 2:10). 

Here is the Talmud's account:

His father named him Hever, because it was on his account that he was reunited with his wife; his mother named him Jekuthiel because she suckled him herself; his sister named him Jered because she descended to him at the river in order to learn his fate; Aaron named him Avi Zanoah because ‘my father abandoned my mother and then returned to her due to this (one)’; Qahat his grandfather named him Avi Gedor because it was due to him that God repaired a breach in (the security of) Israel, for the Egyptians would no longer cast their male infants into the Nile; his nanny named him Avi Soco because God concealed him in thatch-work from the enmity of the Egyptians (all of these names emanate from 1 Chron 4:18); and Israel named him Shemayah ben Natanel for it was in his time that God hearkened to their groans.  When he (Moses) was three years old, Pharaoh was seated at his table ready to eat."  

Princess kissing her child

But, if that's so, why are Yocheved and Miriam called by these Egyptian names?  

Yocheved is said to mean God's Glory or Yahweh's Glory, but the name of Yahweh was not known to the Patriarch and was only revealed to Moses on Sinai!   Is that her name after several translations? If so what was her original name? If not then how in the world could her name be an extraction of the name Yah or Yehovah?

'And I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, by [the name of] Elohim Almighty, but by my name Yahweh was I not known to them. Exodus 6:3-AV

'But Moses replied, 'When I go to the Israelites and say to them, 'the God of your ancestors sent me to you,' they will ask me, 'What is his name?' So what can I tell them?'" God said: I am who I am. You must tell them: The one who is called IAM [Hayah] has sent me to you.'Exodus 3:13-15.

'The name I am had been said to be Hayah or Eyeh Ahser Eyeh. The phrase Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh (rendered as “I am who I am” in the KJV) derives from the Hebrew verb “to be” (hayah), and indicates a connection between the Name YHVH and being itself.

YHWH is said to be the source of all being and has being inherent in Himself (i.e., He is necessary Being). Everything else is contingent being that derives existence from Him. This is worked out to mean Yahweh, Yehowe or many variations thereof.' Hebrew Encyclopedia

[Note the vowels marks are added]

On page xxxii in the complete Jewish Bible by David Stern, a messianic Jew it states: The Basic problem:

God's personal Name is never is spoken by a commoner or the uninitiated. When Moshe turned aside in the wilderness of Midyan to see the bush that burned without being consumes, God revealed himself to him and told him his personal Name. That name consisted of four letters Yud-Heh-Vav-Hey  hwhy] and is therefore called the Tetragrammaton [Greek].  The Bible makes it clear that the name is not used casually.

Huh? Then based on this how do we view Yocheved's name according to the understanding that the name of Yahweh was not known to the Hebrews in Egypt or used casually? According to Stern his YHVH's personal name was not known, and should not be used casually, but didn't people call on Yocheved?  Didn't Amram call his wife's name out loud? What of her mother and father?  Was that not a casual calling on the name of YHWH? 

Yocheved's name must mean “Glory to a deity”, but which one? Her name could have been an initiatory title that was not used casually, but because of the ignorance of the scribes they incorporated the name in scripture.

In the concordance the name Yo' is a shortened form of the name of a deity:

Yo - Yaw 3050 means the same as Jah [Yah] the sacred name Jah the Lord, most vehement Cp names in iah or jah.  - Refers to Jehovah, self existent of Eternal.

Chebed [Kabad] means heavy or weighty - meaning rich or honorable in a positive sense, or in the negative meaning a burden. 

In Amharic the language of the Ethiopian Kebad also means heavy and has the same sense as in the Hebrew. Again, the name Yo or Yah was not known to the Hebrews according to the scriptures and Yocheved, as was stated in the Bible, was 'born in Egypt ' so her name related to her birth country and its local deity, unless something is missing. The Scriptures a South African translation of the Bible currently in use, puts Exodus 6:3 in the form of a question.

 Exodus 6:3-AV And I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, by [the name of] Elohim Almighty, but by my name Yahweh was I not known to them?

If this is true, and they do not say how they derived at this linguistically, I can only assume that it was derived by ‘scrupulous’ translation techniques.  That being said, the name of Yahweh was known to the patriarchs and even in Egypt . But what form would that name take in Israel or Egypt ?  We were told by tradition that when all the books were searched the unnamed Pharaoh of the Exodus did not know the name of Yahweh or Hayah.

We need to ask some questions of the text:

·        Was there another name that Yahweh may have been known by?

·        What name would correlate with the name of Bithiyah and Yocheved the mothers of Moses?

·        Why did Moses ask about His name if it was already know?

In ancient Hebrew and Egyptian there were no vowels that were written in the scripts, scrolls or texts. The language mavens could automatically understand the pronunciation of a word, because that was there job.  The profession of Scribery was a part of the Mystery system attached to the Universities. You basically got a degree or Doctorate in being a scribe.  In both languages some letters like I and Y are interchangeable as the consonants V, B, T, D, M and W. That is why some folks spell the so-called Tetragrammaton as YHWH and others as YHVH and still others IHVH.

'To Seth[ set/shet] was born a son, whom he called Enosh.  That is when people began to call on the name of the Lord. [Adon].' Gen. 4:26.

People began to call on the name of the Lord.  Was this a specific people or all People? We are led to believe that:

1. People did not call upon his name before that time

2. People did not call on it at all,

3. Or that God had another name previously unknown to them and only revealed after the birth of Seth's son Enosh.

Most versions use the title Adonai, Elohim or Lord, but was there another name?

In Egypt and the surrounding nations, including Israel [Cannan], there was the mystery name of IAO. Here are different accounts that may shed some light on that name.   IAO has a trilateral meaning; inherent in it is Alpha and Omega. One commentator says:

IAO, in such a case, would -- etymologically be considered -- the "Breath of Life," It certainly meant the latter.

“The Lord [Yahweh/Elohim] God formed man from the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” Gen. 2:7.

In Hebrew; "Ah" and "Iah" mean life. There is no other deity, which affords such a variety of etymologies as Iaho, nor a name, which can be so variously pronounced. It is only by associating it with the Masoretic points that the later Rabbins succeeded in making Jehovah read "Adonaï" or Lord.

·        Theodoret says that the Samaritans pronounced it Iabè (Yahva) and the Jews Yaho; which would make it as we have shown I-ah-O.

·        Diodorus states, "Among the Jews they relate that Moses called the God Iao." It is on the authority of the Bible itself, therefore, that we maintain that before his initiation by Jethro, his father-in-law, Moses had never known the word Iaho.

·        The Hebrews express the idea of LIFE both by a ch and an h; as chiach, to be, hiah, to be; Iach, God of Life, Iah, "I am."

This is quite clearly a knock-off of the Winged Egyptian Disc in an English cathedral.  Not only that, but the central disc contains the ancient Christian symbols Chi and Rho , as well as Alpha and Omega.  This shows that the creator of the font was deliberately setting the piece in the style of the Graeco-Roman era.  The birds become the disc's wings, and their legs wrap around to the two flowers, creating a visual effect similar to the Uraei serpents of the Egyptian Winged Disc (as the upper two examples to the right).  Is this occult symbolism, designed to link Christ with Pagan astronomical symbols?  If so, then it could not be more prominently placed in English Christendom. 'Hidden in clear sight of all'. [14]



Well, I would tell the writer that they did not have to hide what was originally apparent to all. It was written in stone.

Huh? The name IAO represented what?

The dark star symbolism appears to bring together both solar and occult [hidden], serpentine and draconic motifs; natural enough when considering a hidden dark 'sun'. These Graeco-Roman amulets appear to cover similar ground, whilst adding new influences from the Middle East and Palestine .  They also give us the Name of God in the form of the ever-present Iao. 

"The Chaldæans call the God Dionysos (or Bacchus), Iao in the Phoenician tongue (instead of the Intelligible Light), and he is also called Sabaoth,* signifying that he is above the Seven poles, that is the Demiurgos." Lydus, De Mensibus, 83. T

The word is Chaldee, TzBAUT, meaning hosts; but there is also a word SHBOH, meaning "The Seven."

·        The name IAM and the Chi/Ch and Iach representing LIFE in Hebrew and what does it mean in other languages?

·        L'Chiam - (lecha'im;) literally means:  “To Life”.

·        L'Chaim reveals a lot about the Jewish approach to life. The phrase is not to a good life, to a healthy life, or even to a long life. It is simply to life, recognizing that life is indeed good and precious and should always be celebrated and savored.

·        Chi  - the 22 letter of the Greek alphabet. Chi in cross and Christ the X symbol that is also controversial whether Psi,

·        Chi (Khi) and Xi are Greek inventions or whether they are ultimately of Semitic origin.

·        Chi - in Chinese is the balance between positive and negative to make good health.

·        The Chineke [Chi] is also used as the name of the Supreme Being in Igboland [ Nigeria ] Africa .

' And then Adonai formed a person [ Adam] from the dust of the ground [ adamah] and breathed into his nostrils the 'breath of life', and he became a living soul [being].'

Gen 2:7.

The name of Chavvah [Eve wife of the biblical Adam] means mother of all living, in her name if the Ch or Chi which is representative of IAO or IAH.

Huh?  You mean to tell me that the role of the woman is more than we think? 

As I stated in the essay, 'Where my Man At?‘the 'tell or mark ' in the role of Eve or Chavvah is that she is a help-meet.  This phrase is the same word or double word meaning and intensifies the word, Avar-Avar.  So she was a helping-helper, comforting-comforter just like the title given to the Holy Spirit.

Hummmm…what does that mean? She was the spirit of the union, the one with what we have called ‘intuition and insight’. She was the one who could SEE what type of help the man needed.  She was not just a help in-so-far as physical, but so intellectual and mystical. So we see the deity Yah that the Hebrews initially worshiped may have been IAO and that name was known in different forms all over Egypt-Africa and its environs for thousands of years before there was a Hebrew or Hibairu.  [Hibairu also mean those who crossed over and Crossing over has always meant an initiation into the place where you crossed into.].

The name of the first biblical man that came form the womb of Chavvah or Eve was Cain/Cayin - his name is said to mean, ’I have gotten a man from the Lord.'  Which part of the name Cain means LORD?

Cain (Heb: Qayin -Gk: Kain, whose name means "possession”, is the elder son of Adam. The name is also translated to Kenites, a group of people living in the area between southern Palestine and the Sinai mountains. Moses' father-in-law belongs to this tribe. We also saw earlier where it meant a ROD or measurement.

As a side note it said that the name IAO was revealed to Moses through Jethro his Father-in-law, and if it was and Jethro was a priest of Midian, then what does that say of the descendants of? Cain who was suppose to have drowned in the biblical flood?


Arcane measuring rod

Can we then say that Men called upon the name of IAO before the derivation of Yahweh was known?

1.      Yaho or Iao was a "mystery name" from the beginning....'

Anterior to [King David's] time, few or no proper names were compounded with iah or jah. It looks as though David, being a sojourner among the Tyrians and Philistines (II Samuel), brought the name of Jehovah.  Says Fürst: "The very ancient name of God, Yâho, written in the Greek Iao, appears, apart from its derivation, to have been an old mystic name of the Supreme deity of the Shemites. (Hence it was told to Moses when initiated at HOR-EB -- the cave, under the direction of Jethro, the Kenite or Cainite priest of Midian.

Note: Shem or Sem: A line of Egyptian priests of Ra, who when fully initiated were allowed to wear the panther skin and call themselves Shem. [Barbara Walker, pg. 902.  Egyptian Book of the Dead, pg 221, 278.]

2.      Then the Egyptian neophyte was made a Kristophores. In this degree the mystery-name of IAO was communicated to him. [This was the development of Christ within]

3.      And in Amenta [Underworld or Paradise ] we find the ass-headed god of the Jews, respecting whom they have been so ignorantly derided and maligned. His name, we repeat, is Aiu, Au, Aai, or Iu, both as god and as the ass in old Egyptian; and this name survived in the forms of Iao, Iau, Iahu, Ieou, and others.

The god was Atum/Amen-Ra in Egypt , and Aiu the ass-headed is one of the types of the solar god. Aiu appears ass-headed in Amenta as a god stretched out upon the ground who has the solar disk upon his head, with the ears of an ass projecting beside the disk. He is holding the rope by which the solar boat was towed up from the nether-world.

The god who was Atum/Amen-Aiu, the sun by night in the earth of eternity. The people who are with Aiu are amongst those “who guard the rope of Aiu, and do not allow the serpent Apap to mount towards the boat of the great god.” These are the Aiu as the people of Iu. It is said of them, “Those who are in this scene walk before Ra (Atum-Iu). They charm (or catalepsy) Apap for him. They rise with him towards the heavens.” [15]

Here is a picture of what was considered IAO in Egypt and the surrounding nations.

IAO - According to the ancient historians Theodoret, Diodorus Siculus and Clemens Alexandrinus, IAO is the ancient Hebrew version of the modern Jehovah, Yahweh, or God. This name of IAO also occurs in the ancient Askew Codex or Pistis Sophia. (In the Oracles text, IAO equates with Yahweh) When used in conjunction with Elohim, IAO refers to the masculine side of Deity.

Prior to being labeled Yahweh, the Israelite god was called "Baal." signifying the Sun in the Age of Taurus.  When the sun passed into Aries, "the Lord's" name was changed to the Egyptian Iao, which became YHWH, IEUE, Yahweh, Jahweh, Jehovah and Jah.  This ancient name "IAO/Iao" represents the totality of "God," as the "I" symbolizes unity, the "A" is the "Alpha" or beginning, while the "O" is the "Omega" or end according to the Greek interpretation.

'There can hardly be a question that the three letters were originally no other name than IAO, the Latinized form… of the Hebrew [Yah or Yahu]; and that such was the rendering of that name, we have the authority of several ancient writers. Diodorus Siculus says it was related amongst the Jews, that Moses attributed the framing of the laws to the God called IAO; and Theodoret states that God was by the Jews called IAO." [16]

In fact, the name Yahweh, Iao, or any number of variants thereof can be found in several cultures:

"In Phoenicia the Sun was known as Adonis [Adonai] . . .identical with Iao, or, according to the Chinese faith, Yao (Jehovah), the Sun, who makes his appearance in the world 'at midnight of the twenty-fourth day of the twelfth month.'"

YHWH/IEUE was additionally the Egyptian sun god Ra:

"Ra was the father in heaven, who has the title of 'Huhi' the eternal, from which the Hebrews derived the name 'Ihuh.'"

In the Book of Exodus we see the one God Ihuh superseding all the other gods, El-Shaddai and the Elohim, when he assumes the suzerainty and orders that a sanctuary be built in which he shall be lifted up. This shrine or tabernacle was to be the hitherto unknown body of solar glory, or body of the resurrection, that temple not to be built with hands, eternal in the heavens of consciousness. "He subdues the dwellers in the darkness and there is none who can resist his power in the horizon." "He shineth like a new king in the East." "The great god who is there is Ra himself . . . the water of Maati is the road by which Atum-Ra goes to traverse the fields of divine harvest." Alvin B. Kuhn.

Therefore, the Tetragrammaton[YHWH] or sacred name of God IAO/IEUE/YHWH is very old, pre-Israelite, and can be etymologically linked to numerous gods, even to "Jesus," or "Yahushua," whose name means "salvation" or "Iao/YHWH saves."

Check this out!

The God of Moses was the God of the Partriarchs, known to the Israelites as El Shadday (God dwelling on the mountain, god of the mountain). According to some scholars YHWH, or Yahweh in the Old Testament, is said to be derived from the verbal root "to be", "to exist" and means "he who is". YHWH is said to have the meaning "I am what I am" or "I am who I am" which is "Ehyeh Aher Ehyeh" in Hebrew.

This Hebrew idiom, "Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh" expresses a deliberate vagueness. When one meets an expression like "they did what they did" or "they said what they said", or "they went where they went" one should understand that the writer hasn't the slightest idea about what they did, said or where they went. In this context God's declaration "I am who I am" means something like "Never mind who I am" (...just listen, or as you are told). Therefore this expression could not be a name. It could be interpreted as a name only by the incognizant people.[17]

One should know that Moses is not the initiator of monotheism as monotheism had been the backbone of Egyptian region in Egypt since the beginning of time. This One God without equal was referred to in Egypt as "the nameless," "the One whose name cannot be spoken."

Does this not sound familiar in Judaism since they forbid the saying of the name "Yahweh"? Is the "Aten" and "Yahweh" the same?  Is Ankhenaten "Sun Disk" religion the same as "Yahweh"? Before you say "no" you better do more study into this and you will find as I did that this "Sun was always understood as a "picture" of the Only Uncreated Intelligent Divine Energy of the Cosmos whom we call "God" today.’

As stated the name of the God of Moses cannot be uttered freely. That is why YHWH the "Tetragrammaton" (four letters) and eventually Jehovah have replaced it in daily use. When the Egyptian God's name was "unspeakable" Moses was not around. It was long before him. Most important of all this Egyptian God has called himself "Nuk pu Nuk".

When "Nuk Pu Nuk" is translated into English it means exactly, "I am who I am" which is almost the identical phrase that is seen from Exodus 3:14.

Moses said to God, "Behold, when I come to the children of Israel , and tell them, 'The God of your fathers has sent me to you;' and they ask me, 'What is his name?' What should I tell them?"

God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM," and he said, "You shall tell the children of Israel this: 'I AM has sent me to you.'" God said moreover to Moses, "You shall tell the children of Israel this, 'Yahweh, the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you.' This is my name forever, and this is my memorial to all generations.” Exodus 3:13-15.

Can we now possibly say that the Egyptian name of Yo'cheved, the Hebrew mother of Moses prefixed with the Yo.  And that Yo corresponds to IAO or YAO [like in Yao Ming]? Can we say this instead of the Rabbinic mumbo-jumbo of explanation of Yo'Cheved's Egyptian name?  Can we see the real meaning of her name is The Glory [heaviness] of IAO, The Glory of Re/Ra, The Glory of Amun or the Glory of the Mystery and the revised name of Yah was then substituted later and to her name to tied it up in a neat little bow to distance her name form Egypt and an Egyptian deity that related to Osiris, Isis and the city of Anu or Heliopolis. The name Yahweh is the name of the one whose name can not be uttered.

What did if mean to be a priest in ancient times?  What did it mean when they said Jethro or Reu’el/Deu’el the Father-in-law of Moses was a Priest of Midian? Jethro was called 'God's Friend.'?

Rites of Initiation into the Priesthood:

“Among the rules in which he was instructed, he was commanded "never to either desire or seek revenge; to be always ready to help a brother in danger, even unto the risk of his own life; to respect old age and protect those weaker than himself; and finally, to ever bear in mind the hour of death, and that of resurrection in a new and imperishable body." Then the neophyte was made a Kristophores. In this degree, the fourth, the mystery name IAO was communicated to him. In the following three degrees he was instructed in chemistry, or alchemy; in the circle dance representing the course of the planets, or astronomy; and in the seventh he was initiated into the final Mysteries. Then after a final probation the Astronomos, as he was now called, emerged…and received a cross the Tau, which, at death, had to be laid upon his breast. He was now a hierophant, i.e., an Adept of the Sacred Sciences and instructor in turn of them all.”

Jethro was so special that the newly formed nation of Israel and their leader Moses allowed him to sacrifice to Yahweh for them. How was this possible?

'And Moses went out to meet his father-in-law, prostrated himself and kissed him...then after enquiring about each other's welfare they entered the tent. Exodus 18: 1-12.

Huh? What tent?  Moses' personal tent? The Tabernacle?

The Miskan is the Hebrew word for the Tabernacle.  The word used is OHEL [Strong's 168]. A Tent [clearly conspicuous from a distance] covering, dwelling place, home, tabernacle.

Ohel refers to the Tabernacle of Meeting.  Why was a so-called non-Hebrew, descendant of Cain, and Priest of the desert allowed to enter into the holiest place of Israel !

'They are to make me a sanctuary so I may live among them. You [Moses] are to make it according to everything [the pattern] I show you...' Ex. 25: 8-9.

Pattern: Tabniyth 8403 - Resemblance - likeness. What was the pattern shown to Moses? Was it in heaven or on earth?

 Jethro was a priest of God, and we assume form the Bible that he was a priest of Yahweh. Obviously he was accepted by Yahweh as seen below.  Moses told his father-in-law what Adonai had done to Pharaoh and the Egyptians...Jethro Moses father-in-law brought a burnt offering [ sacrifice] and sacrificed to God, and Aaron came with all the leaders of Israel to share the meal before God with Moses and his father in law.' Exodus 18: verse 12.

Jethro assembled everyone together for the first corporate sacrifice to Yah. They all ate with God. Aaron the high-priest, the leaders of Israel , Moses and Jethro! Aaron was not doing the sacrificing and neither was Moses...this lowly man who was related to Cain and knew the name IAO sacrificed for Israel and it was accepted by who?  YAHWEH!

Was it possible that Moses was called by another name in any other part of Egypt/Africa?

'The king's overseer of the land of Nubia was a certain Mermose (spelled both Mermose and Merymose on his sarcophagus in the British Museum ). According to modern historians, in Amenhotep's third year as king, Mermose took his army far up the Nile, supposedly to quell a minor rebellion, but actually to secure gold mining territories which would supply his king with the greatest wealth of any ruler of Egypt.

Recent scholarship has indicated Mermose took his army to the neighborhood of the confluence of the Nile and Atbara Rivers and beyond.

But, who was this Mermose? According to historian Breasted, the Greek translation of this name was Moses. What does Mer mean?

MER meaning "love or behold' in Egyptian as we explained earlier.  Ankhenaten the Pharaoh of Tel Armarna named his daughter Meri-Aten with the Mer or Mery as a prefix attached to the name Aten the deity who was represented by the Sun. Could Mermose mean 'Behold a Son' or Son of love as a love child?  We have seen that Mos can also mean the son of an unmarried princess.

Does Jewish tradition support this identification of the Moses marriage to Saba ? Yes it does. Why was it necessary for him to marry Saba , the Ethiopian [Queen] woman?

According to Jewish history not included in the Bible, Moses led the army of Pharaoh to the South, into the land of Kush , and reached the vicinity of the Atbara River . There he attracted the love of the princess of the fortress city of Saba , later Meroe . She gave up the city in exchange for marriage. Saba is Amharic for Sheba .

Biblical confirmation of such a marriage is to be found in Numbers 12:1.

"And Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman." 

Saba had a very matriarchal society with a host of female deities. According to the Kebra Negast, the holy book of Ethiopia , it is said that Makedda herself created a dictate stating "only a woman can rule." Polyandry, the practice of taking more than one husband by a woman, and tracing one's kinship based upon matrilineal descent was common.

The earliest known Arabian temple was at Marib (in Southern Yemen ), capital of Saba , and was called Mahram Bilqus, "precincts of the Queen of Saba." The Arabs called this woman, Bilqus or Balkis; in Ethiopia , Makedda (also Magda, Maqda and Makera), meaning "Greatness." Years later, the Jewish historian Josephus, referred to her as "Nikaulis, Queen of Ethiopia." She is the celebrated Queen of Sheba of the Bible who is described as "black and comely."

At least by 1,000BC Ethiopia , Eritrea and what is southern Yemen were part of a large empire known as the Sabean Kingdoms.

Saba/Sheba was a center of astronomical wisdom. In Saba/Sheba the Queen or King was chief astronomer and astrologer. Spiritual religious life involved reverence of celestial bodies such as the sun and moon.



The goddess who dwelt in the sacred black stone [Kaaba] was given the title Shayba who represented the Moon in its threefold existence - waxing, (maiden), full (pregnant mother), and waning (old wise woman). The deity Shams was associated with the sun. But the primary Sabaean Moon god was Ilmukah or Ilumguh, identified at times with the god Sin of Assyrian-Babylonian mythology.


Sin/Zin was portrayed as an old man with a sky blue beard, the color of lapis lazuli, and a turbaned head. Wearing a crown shaped like a full moon, Sin rode a crescent moon-boat from which he navigated the night sky. Also called "He Whose Deep Heart No God Can Penetrate", he dispersed evil and inspired his believers with dreams and prophecies.

' Canaan also had ancestors of the Jebusites...the Arkites and the Sinites...' Gen 10:17.

'So the men went north and explored the land from the wilderness of Zin in the south all the way to Rehob, near Hamath pass the north...'  Num. 13:21


The wilderness of Sin/Zin.

Zin/Sin meaning: a low palm-tree.  The southeastern corner of the desert et-Tih, the wilderness of Paran, between the Gulf of Akabah and the head of the Wady [valley] Guraiyeh (Num. 13:21). To be distinguished from the wilderness of Sin (q.v.)

'Because you trespassed against me in the midst of the children of Israel at the waters of Meribah of Kadesh, in the wilderness of Zin; because you didn't sanctify me in the midst of the children of Israel ' Deut. 31:51.

Meribah: Remember the Egyptian title Meri means behold or love and Kadesh is the Hebrew word for Holy.

'A symbolic name of the place, near Horeb, where Moses brought forth water from the rock. A similar event and an equally symbolic name concern the spring at Kadesh. Allusions to the event are found in the Book of Deuteronomy.'

Moses had to marry this Ethiopian Queen to legitimize his Leadership. We see another correlation between Moses and astronomy, astrology and Isis [Astarté], and matrilineal inheritance and the woman having more than one husband.

' Saba had a very matrifocal [mother- centered] society with a host of female deities. According to the Kebra Negast, the holy book of Ethiopia , it is said that Makedda herself created a dictate stating "only a woman can rule."

Polyandry is the practice of taking more than one husband by a woman, and tracing one's kinship based upon matrilineal descent was common.’ Yeah now that’s what I’m talking about!  Oh, sorry I lost my head….

Another moon goddess worshipped by the Sabaeans was Astarte, or Ashtar, whom they called Astar, which means "womb." The giver and destroyer of life, Astar was Queen of Heaven and Mother of all living. The Kebra Negast of Ethiopia tells of Makedda explaining this to the Hebrew King Solomon. He later understood her kingdom's spiritual system.'

Remember the Egyptians and the Ethiopians were cousins and the rulership of Egypt was often strictly Ethiopian.

'The pictures on the Egyptian monuments reveal that Ethiopians were the builders. They, not the Egyptians, were the master-craftsmen of the earlier ages. The first courses of the pyramids were built of Ethiopian stone. The Cushites were a sacerdotal or priestly race. Drusilla D. Houston

So Moses had to return to the source of all ancient wisdom in order to claim his authority. The name of Mos makes another turn. Was Yocheved hiding Moses because he was illegitimate? Was Bithiyah hiding Moses because he was illegitimate? The name MerMose who was identified as Moses can mean Beloved son or Son of Love or Love Child.

Do you remember the song 'Love Child' by Diana Ross? Well could he have been a love child and a child of an unmarried princess?

'According to Sir Flinders Petrie the name Moses was Egyptian, as in Tutmoses and Ahmoses, etc. meaning unfathered son of a princess.'

'What we do not know is his Hebrew name given him by his mother Yocheved and/or his father Amram. Thus the most important Hebrew figure in the world carries an Egyptian name - the son of some unknown god, given him by his adoptive mother named the daughter of god.' 


·        How could the son of a Hebrew slave be honored to have that opportunity?

·        God does work in a Mystery does he not?

·        What about the name of Moses adopted mother Bithiyah?


The Three who performed the initiation

Two mothers and a sister figures into the Moses scenario

The name Bith-yah according to the Talmud and Christian Concordances meant Daughter or House of Yah. Again the suffix Yah or Iah or Ya is added to her name. We have already gone over the name of Yahweh being unknown to the Hebrews, but possibly existed in the form of IAO. The name Bith-Yah was also Egyptian and supposedly they according to the Biblical account did not know the name Yahweh until Moses introduced it after his sojourn with Jethro his Father-in-Law, the priest of Midian.

Can Bith-Yah's name mean House of YAO or Daughter of IAO, Daughter of Ra, Daughter of Amun, or Daughter of the Mystery too?  Yes f IOA and Yahweh are the same as we proved above.

Is the Glory of the House and Daughter of Glory the same? Can it mean a Mystery?

What's in a Name?


                                 Bithiyah                                                                   Yocheved

Daughter of God [Mystery]

Glory of God [Mystery]

Princess of the Royal Pharonic house

Royalty of Israel through Levi [the later priesthood]

Born in Egypt

Born in Egypt

Adopted mother of Moses  

Birth Mother of Moses

Pulled Moses out of Water [ Ark

Put Moses in water [ Ark ]

Later married to Caleb, tribe of Judah

Married to Amram a Levite.

Daughter: Miriam

Miriam sister of Moses also married to Caleb

Possibly from the House of Imram [see Ankhenaten]

From the House of Amram

Name related to IAO

Name relates to IAO

Unmarried Princess MeriAten [Beloved and Beautiful]

Second name of Shiprah meaning beautiful

Saved Moses' life

Saved Moses life as Shifrah and Yocheved

If Bithyah's name means House of the Mystery [god] and Yocheved's name means Daughter of the Mystery [god], then were they related in name although frm two different language families. Are they the same woman?  

Bet and Bat have the same surest [BT] and originally there were not written vowels in Hebrew or Egyptian. Bet and Bat mean the same. Daughter or House.  The Moses story was a Water-Ark-Rescue-Naming story an initiation ceremony held when Moses was found or saved and pulled out of the water and named Mos.

The similarities of the two mothers and their actions concerning Moses is striking don't you think? The Mishna said Shiphrah the midwife mentioned in Exodus 1 was really Yocheved and Meriam the daughter was also Puah.  They  Puah-Miriam and Shiphrah-Yocheved received a royal household for their kindness. What Royal household could this possibly be?  Both women have Egyptian names honoring the gods of Egypt and the interesting thing is that the words:

Daughter, House and Glory can refer to the same thing. The word says in several scriptures:

“The woman is the image and glory of a man.”
'A man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but the woman is the glory of man.'

The married woman means “The house of a man”. The house symbolizes a wife. The concept of the Hebrew letter bet and it is the symbol of a house or a bowl. Similarly, Beth/Bath, which meant "house" and was written with sign for a house.'


The familiar, "square" script used for Hebrew was developed originally for Aramaic, although it was already being used for Hebrew in the last few centuries BCE: Hebrew inscriptions from an earlier period use the rather different archaic script. Like other alphabetic scripts from the region, these derive ultimately from a system which was probably inspired by features of the Egyptian hieroglyphic script, and developed in the late second millennium BCE… Bet [beit, beth, beith] - "House" (also "tent" / "blessing") Meaning: G-d's House, household, in, into[18]

Hummm…They just won’t admit the Hebrews borrowed everything from Egypt .

The Daughters of Zion [women of child bearing age] symbolizes Jerusalem or the seed bears of the House of Israel or the nation.

'Go forth, you [seed-bearers] Daughters of Zion, and see king Solomon, with the crown with which his mother has crowned him, in the day of his weddings, in the day of the gladness of his heart.'

The Mystery of the Matrix - The word matrix derives from the Latin for "womb," which in turn derives from the Latin for "mother."

'You must offer every firstborn [he that opens the matrix] male to the Lord.' Ex. 13: 12.

Bithiyah was called the Daughter of Pharaoh, whom Mered [rebel] of the tribe of Judah married (I Chron. iv. 18). In the Midrash (Lev. R. § 1) she is called the foster-mother of Moses. J. Jr. G. B. L. 

Who was a rebel in Judah's tribe?

In Rabbinical Literature:

'Daughter of Pharaoh; identified in the Midrash with Moses' foster-mother. The name is explained as follows: God said to her, "You have called Moses your son, although he was not your son, therefore I will call you my daughter ["Bithiah" = "bat," daughter; "Yah," God], although you are not my daughter" (Lev. R. i. 3; Meg. 13a; and elsewhere). Bithiah is also identified with "his wife Jehudijah," mentioned in the same verse (I Chron. iv. 18), and the name is interpreted as signifying that she became a Jewess, giving up the idolatry of her father.'

So let me get this straight, Bithyah has another name Jehudijah, and Bithyah who is now Jehudiyah married Mered [rebel] of the tribe of Judah . Now somebody is lying!


How could the name of the adopted mother Bat Yah or Bithiah be in honor to Yahweh when the name Ha'yah was not known in Egypt or Israel ? 

·        Why would Yahweh agree to call Moses by an Egyptian name honoring another god?

It all relates back to the pre-Israelite name of IAO.


Let's read on...

'The names of the men whom "she bare," which are enumerated in that verse, are taken to be different designations for Moses (compare Moses in Rabbinical Literature), Bithiah being represented as Moses' mother in the passage, because the person who rears an orphan is regarded as the veritable parent. Mered, whom Bithiah subsequently "took," was Caleb, who was called Mered ("rebellion") because, as she rebelled against her father and her family, so did Caleb "rebel" when he refused to follow the evil counsels of the spies.[19]

So what kind of rebelliousness did they put on Caleb? Depends on whose writing the story.  You could say in typical preacher-eese that he rebelled against those who did not trust God and the he and Joshua were the only ones to tell the truth while he ‘spies’ were afraid. Caleb said Lord I believe you. Well, in any Sunday service in America that explanation would get an Amen from those to sorry to figure it out.

“Then Caleb quieted the people before Moses, and said, "Let us go up at once and take possession, for we are well able to overcome it." But the men who had gone up with him said, "We are not able to go up against the people, for they are stronger than we." And they gave the children of Israel a bad report of the land which they had spied out, saying: “The land through which we have gone as spies is a land that devours its inhabitants, and all the people whom we saw in it are men of great stature. There we saw the giants (the descendants of Anak came from the giants who survived the flood?) and we were like grasshoppers in our own sight, and so we were in their sight." Numbers 13:31

Remember, they called Nimrod Merad too!  Actually, the Bible said that Nimrod was a mighty hunter before the Lord.  People who wish to translate based in their own agenda have said it could be against the Lord- but it depends on the context and there is no precedence for him being AGAINST the Lord according to the Bible.

So was it extra Biblical information that caused this to be believed and used by the translators and revisionists?   And if so, are we always to rely on extra Biblical information and if so from what sources? There is a preponderance ancient evidence that Nimrod was a line of Kings and not just one King. 

In this case Caleb who was called MRD or Merad [rebel] possibly because he refused to follow the counsel of the spies. Bithyah took Caleb as a husband, but she did not have to give up idolatry, just as Moses did not give up his Egyptian name or what he learned in school.  He took what he learned add gave it to the people who left Egypt with him.

Iah or Yah was known to the Egyptian, but as IAO. Bithyah did not rebel against anything, the Midrash teachers and the Talmudical ' scholars' had to find a way to distance Moses from his Egyptian initiation roots and his family and the original names to make everything pagan. That is wt happens when you start a lie you have to continue a lie until the original liar is dead and those who believe it as the truth defend it to the death.

“In the absence of the real [truth] the counterfeit becomes the reality”

Check out this crazy stuff...

'Bithiah bathed in the Nile, because, having a skin-disease, she could bathe only in cold water; yet she had hardly touched the casket in which Moses lay, when her disease left her, and she then knew that the boy was destined for great things. [20]

When her attendants suggested to her that it was unseemly that Pharaoh's daughter should act against her father's commands, the angel Gabriel appeared and slew them; and Bithiah herself took the casket out of the water. As it was a considerable distance from the bank, her arm was miraculously lengthened so as to enable her to reach it [21]

Bithiah was the first-born of her parents, but, through Moses' prayer, she was spared at the time of the death of the first-born. She is numbered among the persons who entered paradise alive; having saved Moses, she was forever freed from death .'  [22]

Huh? Freed forever from Where is Jesus? Where is the atonement? Where is Abraham Bosom? Now most believers would say - by believing in Moses and therefore believing in Messiah and the promise, but is that true? 


·        When did Moses pray for her?

·        How was it known she was the first born?

·        The word said only the death of the first born SON was required as punishment, wouldn't that have been Moses since she adopted him?

·        Why would this Jewish account say that Bithyah a woman was spared?

·        Could the name Bithyah mean just the whole House of Yah or IAO?

' Moses said to Pharaoh, 'the Lord says' At midnight I will go through Egypt, and every first born SON in Egypt will die, from the kings son, who is heir to the throne, to the son of the slave woman who grinds grain.'

Exodus 11: 4-5

It is interesting to me when we run across African proverbs and renditions of the Creation Story and our analysis or take on the story is summarily rejected because they believe it sounds implausible. [Check out the Dogon tribe]. What we must see and understand is that myths, parables and stories are word pictures used to carry a hidden message to each generation throughout the ages. A word story is history but about what, and concerning who?
Everyone knows the little children's song. 'Mary had a little Lamb', well that was a Catholic hidden story used in the time of Catholic persecution. Just as the song 'Starlight-Star-bright is about Venus worship' and 'Twinkle-twinkle little star' was too. They are catchy little ditties that are told and retold, but the original meaning has been lost. Although that is true the framework stands with no real essence.

Let's look at what they said between the lines of the lives of the women in Moses' life.

The Hebrews in their re-translated Hellenized and Europeanized accounts tried to distance Moses from his Egyptian roots, but still in their hurry to mask that fact, they left a clue in the simple definition of the name. The name given to the child floating in an Ark made of reeds was Moses. Although we have been told for years it is a derivation of the Hebrew word Moshe ' to draw out or to pull out' we did not look at the obvious and that was the Egyptian Princess [Bithiya] who became the adopted mother of Moses was not Hebrew but Egyptian. Moshéh (M. T.), Mouses, Moses. In Ex., ii, 10, a derivation from the Hebrew Mashah (to draw) is implied. [23]

According to many eminent scholars, the name Moses is actually Mos meaning 'child or Son of'. Since tat is true the question begs, “Son of Who and Child of Who?”  Was it  Bithyah or Yocheved or someone else?

Who was Moses' Daddy? On the Hebrew end f the explanation his father is Amram from the house of Levi. On the Egyptian end he is fatherless. Now, I know that the Egyptians had stories about Immaculate Conception, but that was not true of Moses. Simply, if you were a Pharaoh and even if your daughter had a child out of wedlock he could be the rightful heir to your throne. In that threat wouldn’t you need to know 'Whose Yo' Daddy?'

Moses was an Egyptian initiate he was not a Hebrew or Greek or European Jew…he pure was AFRICAN  But Remember the name Amram.

Side note: What about you Black Greeks? What was your initiation?

Initiate - A person who has recently learned the ritual of a fraternity or sorority and is a full member.

Initiation - A ceremony where a new member becomes a full member of the organization. Initiation ceremonies are private and different for all organizations[24].

The ancient Greeks crossed the burning sands to steal the knowledge of our people in Africa and now the children of those Africans are imitating the Greeks in their Fraternities and Sorority Systems that emulate the Hellenized version of the Egyptian truth and promote the theft of our history...So sad.

'Man Know Thyself!

The Egyptians were a very religious people and they lived by a set of rules and in the end because of their religious life that was just a part of their everyday existence they could pass onto the Judgment Hall of Maat and answer the Negatives Confessions. A Law against Adultery or Fornication was included in these rules. In order to have eternal life and for you mouth to be re-opened after death, a person had to answer these confession truthfully - male and female. 

The scribe Ani instructed that children repay the devotion of Egyptian mothers:

 "Repay your mother for all her care. Give her as much bread as she needs, and carry her as she carried you, for you were a heavy burden to her. When you were finally born, she still carried you on her neck and for three years she suckled you and kept you clean.

If Bithiyah was the adoptive mother of Moses, that adoption had to say something about his lineage. You just didn't adopt anyone into the Royal family and mix the seed even if you do feel sorry for them.  Just like George Bush didn't just adopt anyone into his family – If they are there is a plausible REASON they were accepted into the household. Usually it is because he child was a ‘bastard’ or a threat to the thon as a second or third son.

The English used the term Fitz to signify their bastard son…as in John Fitzgerald Kennedy our slain ex-president.  John the bastard son [Fitz] of Gerald. And you believed the story that he would not be elected because he was a Catholic son of a Rum-runner. His Daddy Joseph and Aristole Onassis were good buddies and after John was killed Aristotle took care and married the widow Jackie although he loved Maria Callas the opera singer.

'She [Yocheved] put the baby in it [the ark/coffin] and then placed it in the tall grass [reeds] at the edge of the river [ Nile ].'
Ex. 2: 3

'Later when the child was old enough, she [Mery-am] took him [Mos] to the Kings daughter, who adopted him as her own son. She [ Bithya] said to herself, I pulled him out of the water and so I name him Mos[es].' Exodus 2:10-11.

Something is being hidden here! A name in Africa especially in ancient times was not just arbitrary. People did not just pick a name based on an incident alone. It was always in reverence to a god/neteroo or Royal personage. Mos was an initiation title. the ES was added by the Greeks in translation. 

The symbol of the Aten bathing Ankhenaten and his family with life.
A princess of Egypt whose father was a Pharaoh would know to name her Son adopted or not, after a deity in which the family served! Especially if you were hiding his supposed Hebrew identity from your family and passing him off as if he were Egyptian.

You would name him without arousing suspicion, that's why I think this points to initiation , although I do believe that the Moses was the princess birth son. In most cases the Pharaoh his wife, sons and daughters were all priests or priestesses in the Egyptian religious system. Egypt like most African countries was a Theocracy.

BithYah was already a priestess of the house of Pharaoh serving a neteroo. To say she just named him Mos[es] without putting a prefix of her gods into his name is indeed strange and an outright lie. At the time we read of her pulling him out of the water it was an initiation and Moses was not a baby boy, but a boy becoming a man or a neophyte.

'This was only possible by proper initiation and gradual advancement, when evidence of fitness was demonstrated by a Neophyte. The Egyptian name Mos[es] was given to all candidates at their baptism, and meant. ' [25]

From the Biblical account Moses had two mothers or one mother with 2 different names.

This begs another question.

If Moses was the eldest and Aaron was his younger brother was the edict of death for all Hebrew boys removed after Moses was born?

As a midwife Yocheved could not have another child until Moses was weaned from her. The Midrash brings up the same point about his name.

'When Moses was born Yocheved [his birth mother] put him an ark to save his life. He was found by the Egyptian Princess who decided to adopt him. Her name according to Jewish Midrashim was Bat Ya, the daughter of god [Yah], since her father, the Pharaoh was considered a god. She named him Moses, Egyptian for son of god. (His complete name may have been Ra Moses - son of the Sun-god or Aten Moses, the son the god Aten.) '

After the Exodus from Egypt and interesting thing happened to Moses adopted mother. Bath-yah is said to have married Caleb after she joined Moses and the Hebrews at the Exodus. Caleb was the only man over 21 that survived the killing of the Israelites in the wilderness when they did not possess the land originally.

But, how is that possible? How could the daughter of a Pharaoh [even and exiled one] marry a commoner? It would be like Queen Elizabeth marrying Puff Daddy if we look at it in simplistic terms. An ancient queen would never marry a commoner she would only marry within the Royal household. The rulership of Egypt and other surrounding countries was based on the marriage of a man being married to an Ethiopian princess and the princesses of Egypt had Ethiopian blood in their veins no matter how slight.

Does Bithyah's marriage to Caleb add another clue to who she is? Check out how they put a spin on Caleb being black. Caleb was a black man like all of the original Exodus-ing Egyptians, but the Rabbi's wanted to discount it.

Read on....

'Caleb is also called (I Chron. iv. 5) "Ashhur," because his face became black ) from much fasting, and "father of Tekoa" (), because he fastened () his heart on God, and in this faith he married the prophetess Miriam, whom, although she was neither fair nor healthy, he treated with fatherly love (), appreciating her own piety and her relationship to such brothers as Moses and Aaron.'

1Chron. 4:17 - Ezrah had four sons: Jether, Mered [Caleb] Epher, and Jalon. Mered married Bithia, the daughter of the king [Pharaoh] of Egypt , and they had a daughter Miriam, and two sons Shammai and Ishba...'

What she married Caleb and had a daughter named Miriam? When? He was 80 and she was how old? 
Piety toward this Egyptian idolater, yeah right? They had kids afterwards! Caleb must not have seemed too fatherly to his wife! Now, that's kinda freaky isn't it?

Why did Bithyah in her marriage to Caleb have a daughter and name her Miriam? Shammai means heaven, and Ishba means Man of Baal or Seven in Chaldean. So his kids names were Meriam-Beloved of Amon of Amen, Shammai means

'Bithiah being represented as Moses' mother in the passage, because the person who rears an orphan is regarded as the veritable parent. Mered, whom Bithiah subsequently "took," was Caleb, who was called Mered ("rebellion") because, as she rebelled against her father and her family, so did Caleb "rebel" when he refused to follow the evil counsels of the spies.[26 

How does Jewish history say that Miriam married Caleb too? This is the stuff the Talmud says, try to follow the logic.

'Because Kalev married Miriam with pure intent, he was considered to have "birthed" her: Miriam was also known as Efrat and Azuvah: [2
Miriam was a sickly child, leading people to abandon her, and giving her the name, "Azuvah." Kalev [Caleb] married her and built her up, to the point where she became beautiful: God rewarded the midwives with houses of royalty as King David was known as a descendant of Efrat, and Efrat was another name for Miriam.

  Wow, that is a lot of the Estectic Vibrations of the Funckified Ecstasy…a brother in college use to say or that is a lot to permutations to get to a point that does not make sense.

' Efrat is a male name meaning: Honored, Distinguished. The son of Caleb is a member of the tribe of Ephraim. Ephraim in the Hebrew means “fruitful.”  In the Bible (Genesis 41:52), the second son of Joseph and a grandson of Jacob.

Hummm... was not Ephraim from the line of Joseph and Asnath [Yuya and Thuya] the parents of Queen Tiye?


'Amenhotep III's own chief queen, who he married in the year two of his reign, was not of full royal blood, but came from a very substantial family.  She was Tiy[e], the daughter of Yuya and his wife, Tuya, who owned vast holdings in the Delta.'[ Goshen ].

From clay dockets at his Malkata palace, we believe Amenhotep III may have died in about the 39th year of his rule, perhaps when he was only 45 years old. His wife, Tiy[e], apparently outlived him by as many as twelve years. Amenhotep was worshipped in his temple at Memphis , while Queen Tiy was similarly honoured in Nubia .

Ankhenaton's father, Amenhotep III, had married Yuya's daughter Tiy. Later Tiy had a son, Twthomosis, who then disappeared suddenly from the scene. Her second son was born, at the city of Zarw . He was named Amenhotep IV (Ankhenaten).

Ankhenaten and Nefertiti with children bathed in the life of Aten

Ankhenaten spent most of his youth in the Eastern Delta and at Heliopolis . In the Eastern Delta area he was influenced by the Abrahamic tradition of the one God without an image.  Was that Delta Goshen ? There is another thread that connects these people to Egypt and the household of Amram or Imram. Miriam's nickname is Efrat and so was the name of the son she had with Caleb?

Who was Caleb again?

According to the Biblical text, Caleb was of the tribe of Judah . He represented that tribe among the twelve spies whom Moses sent from the wilderness to spy out Canaan . He and Joshua alone brought back an encouraging report, and in consequence were the only ones of all that came out of Egypt who were permitted to survive and enter Canaan (Num. xiii. 6, 30; xiv. passim; xxvi. 65; xxxii. 12; xxxiv. 19; Deut. i. 36). Caleb is also called (I Chron. iv. 5) "Ashhur," because his face became black () from much fasting...Midrash

Oh Lord! Now fasting makes you black? Like drinking to much coffee makes you black? If you tell white folks that the stock at Starbucks will drop!

Here Caleb is called Ashhur…the black face. Is this another clue? How many names does is man have?  How many names does this family have? How can Caleb be a member of the tribe of Judah and Ephraim? Something is fishy...Then Miriam and Bithyah was co-wives of Caleb? How is that?

Who was Shiprah?

The name Shiprah means: [8237] Splended as in a tapestry or a canopy - a Royal Pavillion. To glisten or make fair or goodly.  Now, why would they name her that? It is obviously another Egyptian name, so what does his name or title or function relate to in Egypt ?

  Check this out!

Women gave birth squatting on two large bricks, so called Birth Bricks, which were personified as the goddess Meshkhenet. And from the New Kingdom onwards, there seems to have been built or erected a small room either on the roof of the regular house, or a sort of pavilion in the garden, a so called 'birth bower' where the woman giving birth were taken, and where she spent the first weeks with the newborn infant, other women waiting upon her. This is shown on ostraca from Deir-el-Medina.

We can see where Shiprah’s name can be connected to the birthing or midwifery practices in the household of Royalty.   The clue is her name means a pavilion, but not just any kind...but a ROYAL pavilion. A midwife was not a job given to just anyone. As midwife was just that ‘middle wife’ and she would take the duties of the mother in caring for the child! Especially suckling a birth child OR adopted child of a princess in the Royal house he had to be TRUSTED and CERTIFIED.

Yocheved and Miriam were KNOWN to the Princess Bithyah! They were known by the names Shifrah and Puah! Puah means glistening and brilliant, another definition means a blast.

Shiprah the midwife:

There is no known general word for ‘midwife’ or gynecologist etc. and no evidence for physician/priests being regularly or singularly involved in childbirth or childcare. However medical spells and remedies existed which were used to predict fertility and pregnancy or to help in childbirth.

There are also many medical papyri with sections for gynecology which include spells and treatments for female ailments and child giving. The oldest of them is the Kahun papyrus, dating from about 1800 BC, and which is probably a copy of an older text. Its first two-three pages state 17 prescriptions and instructions of a gynecological nature, as well as for assessing pregnancy.

The Kahun papyrus can therefore be called the textbook on gynecology.  The placenta probably held a special significance. There is early evidence of the royal placenta depicted on an Old Kingdom royal standard and even earlier. On the Narmer Palette it is probably the placenta we see depicted as carried on a pole in procession in front of the king. In the 5th Dynasty, the relief's in the Sun temple of King Niuserre [Nursery] show this standard being carried by a priest of Aset, the mother the Living King in the form of Heru (Horus). These indications of a 'cult of the royal placenta' in early times seem to stay associated with the King all throughout Egyptian history.

Among common women, the placenta, as it was thought to be directly linked to the child's life, was probably buried either under the threshold of the house or thrown into the Nile to ensure that the child survived. Other speculations are that as it was rich in iron, a piece of it might have been eaten by the mother or even offered a child.

Shiprah [Yocheved] was a royal midwife assigned to the Royal Pavilion or brick house to watch over, deliver and by Pharonic edict KILL the boy coming from the royal womb.  Instead, the boy was delivered and later returned to his birth mother and then entered into the mystery school.  On that initiation culmination he was given the name MOS by his Pharonic mother, Bithyah.

'Mothers who for some reason were unable to breast-feed and those of noble origin, resorted to a wet-nurse. Due to the high death-rate for birth-giving women as well as for newborn infants, wet-nurse were often needed, they were well-paid and enjoyed a good status. Parents could draw up legal papers to contract a wet-nurse who had to bind herself to nurse their child for a certain number of years. During this period she could not herself risk a pregnancy as it would jeopardize her lactation. In the higher social layers, and especially in the royal family, the position as wet-nurse was a coveted one, being one of the most influential that a non-royal woman could ever hope for. These royal wet-nurses were often married to high court officials. Encyclopedia

Who was Shifrah/Yocheved married to? AMRAM! Why is this important? Read on!!!

'The union between Ankhenaten and Kiya gave rise to 'The House of Imran or Imram'. (Imran is a name also given to the Abrahamic seed in Islamic tradition). That was no ordinary love but a sacred marriage of Fire and Water, which brought to the world the Moses child. The disc of the Sun with its rays of light was the symbol of this new concept of Aten. Scholars thought that Aten worship was a form of Shepherd King Cult and not a form of Sun worship.' [28]

Remember there are no vowels in Hebrew or Egyptian of the A and I are interchangeable! IMRAM is AMRAM.

As Shakespeare wrote in Romeo and Juliet:

'A rose by any other name will still smell as sweet. '

Amram the biblical father of Moses is Imram the house of Ankhenaten and Kiya.  Would then Moses be Moses ben Amram or AM-Mose , AhMose, or Imose? Or was it Amenhotep or Ankhenaten?

Ahmed Osman has already suggested that Aten is Adonai.

'As I've come to the conclusion that Ankhenaten was the same as Moses, I also concluded that Ankhenaton’s successor was the same as the leader who succeeded Moses. Ankhenaten, king of Egypt (1378-1361 BC.), was the first monotheistic ruler in history. He abolished the worship of the different gods of Ancient Egypt and introduced a deity with no image—Aten, the biblical Adonai—to be the sole God for all people. In his 17th year, Ankhenaten was overthrown by a military coup when he used the army to force the new religion on his people, and was replaced by Tutankhamun in 1361 BC. Ankhenaten then went into exile in Sinai, accompanied by some of his followers. Recognizing that ordinary people need a physical object for their worship, Tutankhamun allowed the ancient deities to be worshiped again, but only as mediators between Aten and his people.'

I think the Biblical stories of Moses are shadows of the Egyptian stories. Why?  How?

This is what Pan-Africanist Seku Turé from Guinea had to say about culture:

'Every society has its own culture and every culture its own values of civilization. Thus, we easily understand that every act, every object to be achieved should necessarily be within the scope of culture; for culture embraces the entire physical and moral being of a society whose whole thought and action underlies in the various manifestations of its existence.' Seku Ture ' from the book Culture Bandits, volume 1 - Del Jones.

Why was it necessary to alter history and to co-opt culture? Simple, to further the System of White Supremacy for world control and domination which started with Greece and Rome .

The pen is mightier than the sword and he who writes history can add and delete whomever they chose. It is the same case for the translators, transliterators, revisionists, didactors and politicians that rewrote the history of Bible and those who participated in deleting or disguising the truth that is held within its pages.  Alexander burnt the Egyptian [and other African] libraries where the universal truth was known, for millennia, this heinous act of cultural rape, built the foundation of western civilization.

We must, in evaluating Moses recognize the ancient Israelite connection with Egypt and the Pharonic dynasties. The Israelite-Jerusalem-Zion correlation draws Moses closer to the Egyptian city of On called Heliopolis by the Greeks, the center of Re/Ra worship and one of the steps in the initiation into the Mysteries. The Hebrew religion is a daughter of the Mystery System of the Egyptians. Just as Christianity is a granddaughter of the Mystery System by way of Rome .

We need to ask the question: Who was Israel really? Was the name IS-RA-EL giving us another clue? So think so

Why did the translators, didactors and historians want to distance Jerusalem , the Israelites and Moses from On or Heliopolis Egypt and the Mystery religious [educational] system?

Here is the Egyptian historical record of the birth of Moses.  Let's collect our information so far:

1. Caleb from the tribe of Judah married Bithia the daughter of Pharaoh, Moses adoptive mother and had a daughter named Miriam.

2. Amram and Yocheved from the tribe of Levi had a son Moses, and a sister Miriam. 

3. Miriam means 'Beloved in Egyptian' , but it means bitterness in Hebrew.

4. Bithyah was from the Royal house of an unnamed Pharaoh and was apparently unmarried before her marriage to Caleb.



Why was that definition chosen by the Translators? Here are the Egyptian counterparts.

Miryam meer-yawm'; from rebelliously; Mirjam, the name of two Israelitesses: - Miriam.

Meriy mer-ee'; from bitterness, i. e. (fig.) rebellion; concr. bitter, or rebellious: - bitter, (most) rebel (- lion, -lious).

Marah maw-raw'; a prim. root; to be (cause, make) bitter (or unpleasant); (fig.) to rebel (or resist; causat. to provoke): - bitter, change, be disobedient, disobey, grievously, provocation, provoke (- ing), (be) rebel (against, -lious).

Meri (loved one) of the god "Amun." That is, "Meriamun."

Again the Jewish tradition says that Miriam later married Caleb also. Could a woman from the tribe of Levi [Miriam the sister of Moses] marry a man from the tribe of Judah if he was married to a foreigner? The Levites were suppose to only marry other Levites to keep the priesthood pure. so what happened? When you try to change the truth you will always leave something out. There is not perfect crime.

Not according to the Law of Moses.

Marital Law: A priest was not permitted to marry a widow, a divorcee or a prostitute. He could marry a virgin provided she was not a foreigner (Lev. 21:7, 13, 14). It appears that a later provision permitted him to marry the widow of another priest (Ezek. 44:22).

Miriam was the daughter of Amram and Yocheved; older sister of Aaron and Moses; one later tradition holds that she was married to Caleb (see Joshua 14:6), while Josephus considered her the wife of Hur, a leader appointed by Moses (Exodus 17:10).

'The genealogy is a bit complex, but essentially, Miriam marries Caleb, who begets Hur, who has Uri who begets Bezalel, leading ultimately to King David. Many problems are solved by this marriage...Miriam is not an anomalous, unmarried spinster any more; rather she is a happily married mother and wife whose offspring bring fame and glory to her.'

Bezalel/Bezliel was the one that fashioned all the instruments and furniture in the Temple . The Lord said he put his spirit in him to do this work.  This is the same Bezliel whose grandmother was Bithiyah. Ex. 31:2.  Bezalel means protection of El.

Beziel the name means in the shadow [protection] of El. A master workman under Moses; son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah and also the nephew of Moses through Caleb and Miriam.   This should also refer us back to the job that Joseph had while he was prime minister of Egypt . Remember Yuya and Joseph may have been the same person. Bezliel and Oholiab were the two workers that fashioned the object in the temple.

'Priests had to learn writing and reading, and learn certain religious manuals by heart to understand some theology. Ritual texts however, were often read directly from scrolls, not said by heart, since even one word out of place would negate the powerful ritual act in progress.'

The highest-ranking priests also attended councils of state in the royal palace, and accompanied the king during his jubilee celebrations or on his trips abroad.

·        Bezliel -In the shadow [protection] of El. A master workman under Moses; son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah .

·        OHOLIAB:
o-ho'-li-ab ('oholi'abh, "father's tent"; the King James Version Aholiab): A Danite artificer, who assisted Bezliel in the construction of the tabernacle and its furniture (Ex 31:6; 35:34; 36:1 f; 38:23). His name relates to Ohel Moed. The tent in the wilderness.

The son that Miriam had was the one that possessed the vision to create the artifacts in the the Spirit of Yah. Now Bithiyah and Miriam are both married to Caleb. What a confusing mess!  Can we sort it out? First, we need to find out is there any Egyptian counterpart to this story. The same is true for ancient times.  Let's look for the thread that runs through this account. We went over the name Bithiyah and Yocheved, but these are the names that had a Hebraic definition. The Egyptian meaning was vastly different. Who could match up with these women?  Could Yo'Cheved and Bithiyah have been two women in the Egyptian Royal household? Or are they the same woman in different functions?

Bithiyah was born in Egypt to the unnamed Pharonic household was the adoptive mother of Moses; she cared for him and left with the Israelites at the Exodus and later married Caleb. Caleb and Bithiyah had 2 sons and a daughter named Miriam. Caleb later was said to have also married Miriam Moses sister. Yocheved was born in Egypt and was married to Amram the Levite, her nephew or relative.  They had 2 sons and one daughter, Miriam.  Her primary son was Moses. Her daughter becomes a wife [second or junior wife] to Caleb who is married to Bithiyah. Imram is the royal house of Ankhenaten and Kiya, and Ankhenaten is the son of Tiye. The grandmother of King Tut.



Who were these people really?

Did Ezra the Persia whom rewrote the Old Testament give the captive and illiterate Hebrews another story than he original Egyptian to confuse the issues?

We need to see how this fits into the Egyptian construct to find the truth.  Let us look to Ankhenaten and his family. The correlation with/as Moses has been widely asserted mainly by Sigmund Freud.

  We find the name Amram and Imram, relates back to Ankhenaten and his second [?]daughter/sister-wife Kiya which gave rise to the House of Imran or Imram given to the Abrahamic seed of the Israelites according to Islamic traditions.  Ankhenaten was married to Nefertiti first then Kiya who was his junior sister-wife, just as Hagar was Abraham junior wife and possibly Sara’s sister.

Nefertiti: Nefer Neferu Aten (The Beautiful one has come) (Beautiful is the Beauty of the Aten): Kings Great Wife of Ankhenaten; mother of his six daughters all called beloved [Meri]

Kia/Kiya: Secondary wife of Ankhenaten. Very possibly the mother of Tutankhamon, and possibly Smenkhare, by Ankhenaten. Titles included the phrases "the favorite", "wife", "beloved" and "the lady". Could have been used as Meri [beloved] and her surname Imram or Amram.

Which would have been translated to Meri-am bat Amram or Mariam of the daughter of Amram the same name a Moses sister?

Translation is tricky even f you aren’t trying to trick anyone, and mist Egyptologists were trying to ‘Spin’ the story of Egypt to de-emphasis Africa . Most Greek, Roman and European scribes we illiterate and they may have tried to translate a name when it was a title or saying.

Here we have the name of the father of Moses Amram [Imram] associated with the house of Egypt through the second or junior wife of a Pharaoh Kiya and Ankhenaten. Remember, the A and I are interchangeable as well as the D and T and the W and M in other African languages.

If Yo'Cheved was the daughter of Levi and Amram's was of the house of Levi his father and they made a point of saying that Yocheved was born in Egypt , then Yo'Cheved may be in the house of or related to Kiya and Ankhenaten family Imram or Amram. 

Yo'cheved may have been Ankhenaton’s mother Tiye. Why do I say that? Well hang on!


Who was Tiye? She was a ‘Bold Soul Sister’ BSS!

In actuality, she was of noble or perhaps even royal stock. Her father, Yuya, had been commander of the chariotry under Tuthmose IV (Aldred, 1987). This particular occupation was actually new to the 18th dynasty, since at the beginning of that dynasty a standing army had been created in Egypt for the first time. 

Tiye's mother, Thuya, was Superintendent of the Harem of Min of Akhmim and of Amun of Thebes during the reign of Thutmose IV, and was probably a descendant of Ahmose Nefertari, the first queen of the 18th dynasty. In the 18th dynasty, the royal bloodline passed through the female royalty, and it took marriage to a descendent of Ahmose Nefertari to legitimize a pharaoh's kingship. Therefore, Tiye would have been the Heiress Princess, next in line for the queenship.(Aldred, 1987). [29] 

Ankhenaten: King of Egypt . New York : Thames and Hudson Inc.

Tiye, the beautiful Chief Queen of Amenhotep III and mother of Ankhenaten, was the matriarch of the Tel-Amarna family. Her marriage to the pharaoh Amenhotep III is heralded early in Amenhotep III's reign on what is now referred to as "the marriage scarab," part of series of inscribed scarabs commissioned by Amenhotep III [ who wrote some of the Biblical Psalms and Proverbs] in order to commemorate important events in his reign.

While her mother, Thuya bore distinctly Egyptian [African] features, her father, Yuya did not. He had an unusual build for an Egyptian, so some have speculated that he may have been Asiatic African. Cyril Aldred says that this is not unlikely, since Asiatics "had the reputation of being skilled in the government of horses..." (1987). Others believe that Tiye's features and dark skin as represented in artwork from the time indicate sub-Saharan African origins.

Tiye did go with Ankhenaten to Tel Amarna when he started the so-called monotheistic cult of Aten, although she stayed faithful to the god Amun [the hidden one] as did her mother Thuya.  She did not rebuff her sons’ beliefs. Ankhenaten is said to be the Biblical Moses.

'Even Manetho, and Egyptian Priest (c. 300 BC) who wrote a valuable history of Egypt claims that the founder of monotheism, whom he called Osarsiph, assumed the name Moses and led his followers out of Egypt in Ankhenaten reign. Afterwards, other writers such as Lysimachus, Tacitus and Strabo also alluded to this association between Ankhenaten and Moses. In the modern era, Sigmund Freud (an active collector of Egyptian artifacts) also proposed this theory in an influential study of Moses and monotheism, and today there is no small number of web sites that likewise continue this argument.'

However, the Old Testament offers no evidence of a relationship between Moses and Ankhenaten, and in fact there has never been any direct evidence of Moses discovered in Egypt .

When Amenhotep IV changed his name to Ankhenaten and moved the capital city to Ankhenaten, Tiye went with him, although she may not have taken up residence there right away (Redford, 1984; Aldred, 1987). A few small shrines were found at Ankhenaten with stelae depicting Tiye and Amenhotep III, suggesting to some that the older royal couple did come to live at Ankhenaten. It is known that Tiye paid a visit to Ankhenaten around year 12 of Ankhenaton’s reign (Aldred, 1987), perhaps in order to view the festivities at the great durbar that took place in that year. Ankhenaten commissioned a large, gilt shrine for his mother at around that time. Tiye vanished from the scene around the time of the death of Ankhenaton’s second daughter, Meketaten, perhaps having fallen victim to the plague that was circulating in Egypt at that time.[30]


Meryneith - a great household son of Puah[Miriam]?

From the reigns of Ankhenaten and Tutankhamen, is the tomb of Meryneith. He was buried in Saqqara , not too far from the tombs of Maya (Tutankhamen's treasurer) and Horemheb. His tomb was apparently started during Ankhenaton’s reign, but completed under the reign of his successor, Tutankhamen. At some point Meryneith, now called Meryre, was promoted to "scribe of the Temple of the Aten in Ankhenaten and in Memphis ." This title was found inscribed on a statue of Meryneith/Re and his wife, Aniuya.

It seems as though he divided his time between Memphis , and Ankhenaton’s new city , Akhet-aten. Some have wondered if this Meryre is the same as either of the two Meryre's that lived in Akhet-aten, "but these [men] always have different functions or different wives, and there is no evidence that any of these namesakes were identical to our tomb-owner." (p. 34) Meryneith was a "steward of the Memphite temple of Aten " at the beginning of his career.

As steward, it was Meryneith's job to supervise the economic aspects of the temple. Relief’s show him inspecting the grain that had been delivered from the temple's farmlands, as well as the various works produced by the temple's workshops. Meryneith is also shown at the launch of one of Ankhenaton’s royal barques [ ARK ]. The relief’s show Ankhenaten seated onboard, underneath a pavilion, but his figure has been destroyed.

Again let us look at the important hook.

'The union between Ankhenaten and Kiya gave rise to 'The House of Imran or Imram'. (Imran is a name also given to the Abrahamic seed in Islamic tradition). That was no ordinary love but a sacred marriage of Fire and Water, which brought to the world the Moses child. The disc of the Sun with its rays of light was the symbol of this new [revised] concept of the Aten. Scholars thought that Aten worship was a form of Shepherd King Cult and not a form of Sun worship.' [31]

Ankhenaton’s father, Amenhotep III, had married Yuya's daughter Tiye. Later Tiye had a son, Twthomosis, who then disappeared suddenly. Her second son was born, at the city of Zarw . He was named Amenhotep IV and later he changed his name to Ankhenaten. Ankhenaten spent most of his youth in the Eastern Delta and at Heliopolis . In the Eastern Delta area he was influenced by the Abrahamic tradition of the one God without an image.

" Heliopolis was the site of the ancient Mystery School of the Academy of Thoth . It was in Heliopolis that specific 'Master Souls' prophets and holy men and women had founded their seat of authority around 8090 BC."

It was also at this sacred place that Thoth-Idris established his home and Academy, and where his library was also located. In later years Joseph and Mary would journey to Heliopolis for their child's solar initiation. It is also believed that Pythagoras had been initiated into the way at the Mystery School of Heliopolis, just like Ankhenaten and Moses. The Academy of Thoth was maintained in a lesser form well into the 6th century B.C.

Hathor the Cow goddess.  Symbolized as the ‘Golden Calf.’ Associated with t Milky-Way that is how the cow reference was initiated.
At Heliopolis Ankhenaten was initiated by Fire, and educated by his mother 'the big oracle of Hathor' and his grandfather Yuya, and by the great sacred orders who kept the old tradition alive through the old Mystery school of Heliopolis . The grandfather of Ankhenaten was referred to by the priesthood as the Son of Atum who purifies Heliopolis and satisfies Ra, which indicates that he was a man of a certain spiritual status.

If Ankhenaten was Moses and he wanted to express Monotheism, when the people worshipped the ‘golden calf he would have been angered.


Hathor's symbol

From this can we then say that is possible for an Egyptian Family [Ankhenaten] to be of the house of Amram spelled Imram from the Family of Levi. Queen Tiye was said to be the daughter of Yuya or Joseph the brother of Levi, and it is possible for her to be a daughter of Levi in the sense of being related to him. As Lot was Abraham son but in actuality his nephew.

Thuya Queen Tiye's mother was the daughter of Poterfera priest of Heliopolis or On.  In the Egyptian tradition it is highly possible that Thuya was a priestess of On also [See Min] the Levitical line eventually became the priests [Kohaim] of Israel under the Aaronic high-priesthood [Kohen Hagodol] from the line of Aaron, She also had a granddaughter Meri-aten.

'By year 14, (possibly as early as year 13 or even late year 12) Princess Meketaten, the much loved second daughter of the Royal Couple, was dead.'

Meriaten [Beloved of Aten], the older sister of Meketaten.

'At this time, Meritaten was the Great Royal Wife of Ankhkheperure Djeserkheperu Smenkhkare. Both Meritaten and Smenkhkare died shortly after Akhenaten's death.'

Question :

Who did Ankhenaten take with him to be the priest of Aten?

The initiation process in Heliopolis was giving the name MOS to the neophyte at his baptism. Ankhenaten was initiated in to a system that gave him the initiation name of Mos. Again we see Mos can mean unmarried son of a royal princess or Mos was also a baptismal name that was given at the initiation into the Mystery system of Egypt .  This name was given to the Neophyte. Was the name Mos is a baptismal name?

Catholics do this all the time. Baptismal names existed before Surnames in Europe .

The "baptismal name" can also express a Christian mystery or Christian virtue. "Parents, sponsors, and the pastor are to see that a name is not given which is foreign to Christian sentiment." Catholic Encyclopedia.

The name of the Piscina given to the baptismal font likewise shows the cult of the fish. Those who were baptized in the Piscina as primitive Christians were known by name as the Pisciculi. “Ichthus” also was the secret password and sign of salutation betwixt the Christian Pisciculi. -Gerald Massey.

The mother of Moses [Yocheved] was called the daughter of Levi.  The Father of Moses was from the House of Levi. Bithyah was called the House of Yah of IAO or Glory. Yocheved's name was Yah is heavy or glorious. We hear nothing of Bitiyah after the birth of her sons’ children by Caleb and her final daughter Miriam and are blessed with a Royal house according to the Talmud [Mery-Am or Mer-i-Yam]. Meriaten also becomes queen.

Tiye's other name may have been Mutemweya or at least that may have been her maternal mother's family mane.

"Mut is in the divine bark[ Barque or Ark]": The name Mut refers to the goddess, whose symbol is the at once terrifying a protective vulture, but it also conjures the image of motherhood since her name is also a homonym for "mother." 


Mut the wife of Amen

Mut was the consort of Amen-Re at Thebes . One prominent woman named Mutemwiya was a queen of Thutmose IV and also the mother of Amenhotep III who reigned at the pinnacle of Egypt 's New Kingdom Empire Period.

Queen Tiye

Her Grandson Tutankamen[recreation]

Now let’s look at Saba again and then finally Zipporah the two women married to Moses.

Moses was married to two [2] women, Zipporah and the Ethiopian woman who we know as Saba .  The Ethiopian woman was said to be the Queen of Ethiopia according to Ethiopian and Hebrew scholars. To become a ruler in the ancient world it was necessary to marry an Ethiopian, since they were considered the first rulers and founders of the world.

'The marriage of the Pharaohs to black princesses was frequent and seemed to establish the legality of the claim of descent from the black god Amen-Ra, whom the ancients represented as Cush of Ethiopia. [Drusilla D. Huston]

As late as 663 B. C., Psamtik, a Pharaoh of Libyan [Black] origin strengthened his claim to the Egyptian throne by marriage to an Ethiopian princess, the daughter of Sabako.

'Here have been unearthed many relies of the Old [Black] Race. Because of this evidence, Renan asserts that Egypt had no infancy, no archaic period, because her first colonists were civilized in Ethiopia .

1700 B. C. finds Egypt invaded and conquered. Dynasty XIII brought another blank in the monumental records. Egypt had broken into two really separate kingdoms. This enfeebled the country for the conquest of the Hyksos. During their stay, the native princes at the south maintained themselves. 2080-1525 B. C. these Shepherd kings ruled over Egypt .

They were a barbaric and nomadic race from Asia which destroyed the temples and left no monuments standing in Egypt . Those who contend that the origin of the civilization of the Nile was from Asia should note that under these Hyksos, Asiatics, Egypt entered into the darkest period of her history.

The Shepherds were expelled from Egypt by Aahmes, a mulatto and a Theban. He was the Amoisis of the Greeks and king of the north and south. He secured the favor of the Cushites [ Ethiopia ] by marrying Nefruari, the black princess of Ethiopia , famous for her dusky charms, wealth and accomplishments

When they sat dusky, swarthy, sable...they are trying to disconnect us from the fact that they were black...Moses was black...everybody was black!

Note: I do not believe the reign of Ankhenaten and the biblical story of Moses was one of the Hyksos invasions. But, why was Moses in Ethiopia [Eastern Africa including Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda] anyway?

“During the Hyksos invasion, the native royal family of lower Egypt took refuge in Ethiopia . Alliance with Cushite princesses was common. Moses, says Giekie, only followed their example” [Drusilla D. Houston - Wonderful Ethiopians]

'Moses married a Cushite [Ethiopian] woman, and Miriam and Aaron criticized him for it. They said has the Lord only spoken through Moses? Has he also spoken through us? Numbers 12:1-2.

We see that Moses was married to Saba the Queen of Ethiopia and that according to the Talmud they had a son. If Moses is Ankhenaten could Saba have been Kiya? She is said to be Mittanian around the area of Nuzi in the region of what was Ethiopia . This marriage may have been the one that legitimized the kingship of Ankhenaten/Moses and allowed him to return with the snake rod of authority and swallow up the snakes of Janese and Jambres the priests in the Pharonic court of the unnamed Pharaoh. The snake rod or pole is also an initiation symbol in the Mysteries.

Helena Blavatsky says:

“Moses' life in Egypt abruptly ended when he killed an Egyptian and fled into the desert. There we are told he came to a well, to which also came the seven daughters of the priest of Midian. They had come to water their flock, but shepherds drove them away. Moses confronted the shepherds, drew water for the daughters, and watered their flock, for which their grateful father later invited him to break bread and dwell with him, and eventually he gave him his daughter Zipporah as wife. Again the water symbol. This time, as 'well', it signifies spiritual knowledge.”

It is unlikely that Moses, neophyte, priest, and initiate never married. Instead, he 'broke bread,' partook of the wisdom of the 'father,' his teacher, and received Zipporah, enlightenment, for her name means shining, resplendent.

I don't know if I agree with this position - even though I have excerpted some of her historical witness; but Miss Helena was a TRIP! Here is another view:

Courses of the Priesthood:

The priesthood was divided into four phyles, i.e. groups, and each phyle worked one month out of three. The servants of the god kept up their normal profession, whatever it was, for eight months of the year, and the remaining months were served at the temple.

The Israelites under Moses set up courses so the Priests and High Priest would take turns services the Temple . [see above]. Here is a New Testament reference of that process of courses’

In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth was also a descendant of Aaron. Once when Zechariah's division was on duty and he was serving as priest before God, he was chosen by lot, according to the custom of the priesthood, to go into the temple of the Lord and burn incense. And when the time for the burning of incense came, all the assembled worshipers were praying outside. Luke 1:5-10

When in the temple, ritual purity was of utmost importance. Each temple had its own lake where the priests purified themselves and the ritual vessels that were used in ceremonies, and from where water was taken for the libation offerings. Priests could only wear white linen and sandals made from papyrus, all animal products were considered unclean. The priest, who held the leading role in a procession or other ceremony, used the cheetah- or leopard skin robe draped across his back. But that one might also have been an imitation.

During temple duty, a priest had to shave off all his bodily hair, even the eye brows and was expected to abstain from sexual activity. Outside of temple duty, they could marry, raise families and live normal lives.

Variant definitions for the name Zipporah:

'Zipporah, from the Hebrew meaning a female bird, or a small bird, was the daughter of Reu’el the priest of Midian. Strong's Concordance

“Whoever saw her would acknowledge her beauty. She is called Zipporah, meaning "look" and "see" how beautiful! She is called "the Cushite" (Numbers 12:1) because just as the Cushite woman is distinguished from other women by the color of her skin, so too was Zipporah distinguished from other women by her beauty (Sifre Beha’alotcha 99). Talmud.

 Zippor, bird; sparrow; crown; desert Zipporah, beauty; trumpet; mourning

So one says she was beautiful her name meaning look and see, and another says her name means hopping bird, mourning or a trumpet.

Could Zipporah have been Nefertiti based upon her name? She was hailed for her beauty and Nefertiti was the first wife of Ankhenaten the historical Moses. Kiya, Ankhenaten's second or beloved [Meri] wife was the Ethiopian Saba that married the Biblical Moses and formed the house of Imram.

Nefertiti recreated

The Egyptian Mystery System:

To find the key to the man Moses you must look at the Mystery System of Egypt and its graduation rituals. I know this is hard for most Christians to see, it was for me too, but in order to find the truth that will set us free, we need to walk the narrow gate and enter the straight gate.

'Go through the narrow gate, because the gate to hell [Hades, death the grave] is wide and the road that leads to it is easy, and there are many who travel it.  But, the Gate to Life is narrow and the way that leads to it is hard, and there be few people that find it.' Matthew 7:13.

Note: The great Pyramid of Gizeh (now called Cheops) stands upon a low hill overlooking the yellow sands of the vast Libyan desert . Within it is a narrow passage leading up to the King's Chamber, as it is now called, but which in olden days was the Holy of Holies, or Chamber of Initiation.

At the top of this passage is a narrow gate that leads directly into the initiation chamber.

...the narrow upward passage leading to the King's Chamber had a "narrow gate" indeed; the same "strait gate" which "leadeth unto life," or the new spiritual rebirth alluded to by Jesus in Matthew vii. 13 et. seq.; and that it is this gate in the Initiation temple that the writer who recorded the words alleged to have been spoken by an Initiate, was thinking of.[32]

Having passed through the "strait gate that leadeth unto life", the neophyte [initiate to the Mysteries] entered the Holy of Holies. On one side of this chamber there stands a great porphyry sarcophagus. This was the Baptismal Font, upon emerging from which the neophyte who was "Born Again". 

"Now there was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a member of the Jewish ruling council. He came to Jesus at night and said, Rabbi, we know you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the miraculous signs you are doing if God were not with him. In reply Jesus declared, I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again. How can a man be born when he is old? Nicodemus asked. Surely he cannot enter a second time into his mother's womb to be born! Jesus answered, I tell you the truth, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not be surprised at my saying, 'You must be born again.' The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit. How can this be? Nicodemus asked. You are Israel's teacher, said Jesus, and do you not understand these things? I tell you the truth, we speak of what we know, and we testify to what we have seen, but still you people do not accept our testimony. I have spoken to you of earthly things and you do not believe; how then will you believe if I speak of heavenly things? (NIV) John3:1-12.

In Greek: Nicodemus" has two meanings: 1) Victor of the people and 2) Innocent of blood.  A Hebrew form of the name (Naqdimon) is found in the Talmud. There is another related Greek word Neikos meaning quarreler, fond of strife, contentious. 

At the time of his initiation, the candidate was attached to a couch in the form of a cross and plunged into a deep sleep. He remained in that condition for three days and nights, during which time his spiritual Ego is said to have "ascended into Heaven and descended into Hell," while his entranced body remained within the sarcophagus. See Osiris]

Osiris as the first born from the dead

On the night before the third day he was carried to the entrance of a gallery, where at a certain hour the beams of the sun struck him full in the face and he awoke to be initiated.   Should I make the correlation between Jesus and these passages? It is just shadows and types s stated in Colossians.  Again this is the ritual that Moses undertook.

From the book Stolen Legacy by George G.M. James, but the scriptures are added by me to give some Biblical context.

'The Egyptian Mystery System like the modern University was the center of organized culture, and candidates entered it as the leading source of ancient culture.  According to Pietschmann, the Egyptian Mysteries has three grades of Students.

1. The Mortals - probationary students who were being instructed, but who had not yet experience the inner vision [spiritual consciousness].

'For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat. For every one that useth milk is unskillful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil. Hebrews 5.'

2. The Intelligences - those who had attained the inner vision, and had received the mind or nous.

'Your life in Christ makes you strong, and his love comforts you. You have fellowship in the Spirit and you have compassion for one another...Let this mind [nous]be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name:’ Philippians 2: 1-8.

4.      The Creators or Sons of Light, who had become identified with the light [true spiritual consciousness].

'But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that the day should overtake you as a thief: for all you are sons of light and sons of day; we are not of night nor of darkness. So then do not let us sleep as the rest do, but let us watch and be sober; for they that sleep sleep by night, and they that drink drink by night.' 1 Thess. 5:4-7.

'Gods plan is to make known his secret to his people, this rich and glorious secret which he has for all peoples.  And the secret is Christ in you the hope of glory [sharing in the glory of God].' So we preach Christ to everyone. With all possible wisdom we warn and teach them in order to bring each one into God's presence as a mature individual in union with Christ.' Col. 1:27-29

'...until we all come into the unity of the faith' Eph. 4:13

For thousands of years Moses was known as a Black man. Count Volney, French historian, in his book entitled,"OEUVRES" (WORKS) - 1821 - said:

" penser que cette race d'hommes noirs, aujourd'hue notre esclave et l'objet de nos me'pris, est celle-la' meme a' laquelle nous devons nos
arts, nos sciences, et jusqu'a' l'usage de la parole."


"To think that to a race of black men who are today our slaves and the object of our contempt, is the same one to whom we owe our arts, sciences, and the very use of speech.


What educational path did Moses take?

'Next comes the Hierogrammat [in the order of the Egyptian mystery school], with feathers on his head, a book in his hand, and a rectangular case of writing materials, i.e. the writing ink and the reed...

'The LORD gave Moses instruction concerning the tabernacle and the priesthood and sacrifices.' Exodus 25:1 - 31:11

He [hierogrammat] has to know the hieroglyphs, cosmology, geography, astronomy, the topography of Egypt, the sacred utensils and measurements, the temple furniture and lands.' Stolen Legacy Pg 131.'

'Moses put down it’s [the tabernacle] bases, set up the frames, attached the cross bars, and put up the posts.  He spread out the covering over the Tent and put the outer covering over it, just as the Lord had commanded. Then he took the two stone tablets and put them in the Ark.   He put the poles in the rings of the Box and put the lid on it.  Then he put the Ark in the Tent and hung up the curtain...' Exodus 40: 16-33 excerpts.

'And it came to pass on the day that Moses had fully set up the tabernacle, and had anointed it, and sanctified it, and all the instruments thereof, both the altar and all the vessels thereof, and had anointed them, and sanctified them;' (Exodus 31:2-6)

Moses was schooled in all the ways of the Egyptians and he knew what to do in the Tent/Tabernacle.  He knew the lay of the land of Egypt and her territories. He understood the sun, moon and stars and was well versed in measurements.

'The people must have a sacred tent for me, so that I may live among them. Make it and all its furnishings according to the plan that I will show you.' Ex. 25:9.

What were the Horns of Moses?

Michelangelo’s Horned Moses

According to one source as adopted son of Thermuthis (daughter of Sesostris-Rameses, priestess of Hathor and Neith), and as Regent Potential, he had access to the most secret teachings of the temple. At that time Egyptian worship was directed to the celestial Amon 'who sheds Light on hidden things.' These 'hidden things' comprised much of our 'visible' science -- architecture, geology, biology, astronomy, psychology and medicine -- plus those occult [hidden] disciplines which deal with the 'invisible' laws and forces which govern our universe.

Here possibly is where the idea of horns originates. For in the Mystery language horns are the sign of the successful neophyte, of one who has passed the dread tests of initiation and quite literally touched divinity.

Moses was without doubt accustomed to seeing ram-headed figures painted on the walls of the royal tombs, where they represented the Sun-God, Amon (later Amon-Ra). During the 6th and 7th centuries B.C. this deity was depicted in the likeness of a man, standing or seated as the Moses of Michelangelo, and frequently wearing the head mask of a ram. Those who interpret Egyptian belief explain that he symbolizes first, the Pleroma, the Fullness of things, and then, that creative force in nature which initiates and maintains intelligent life in this and in the lower worlds. For Amon-Ra was also presented enthroned on a solar boat journeying through the twelve hours of the night to illumine the Underworld. [picture[33]]

In the Latin Vulgate the word qaran in was translated into the horns in Exodus 34:29 and 35.

 "And when Moses came down from the Mount Sinai , he held the two tablets of the testimony, and he knew not that his face was horned from the conversation of the Lord." "And they saw that the face of Moses when he came out was horned, but he covered his face again, if at any time he spoke to them.

Later translators substituted an alternate meaning from horned to beam or “ray of light

'And it came to pass, when Moses came down from mount Sinai with the two tablets of testimony in Moses' hand, when he came down from the mount, that Moses, that the skin of his face shone while he talked with him…And the children of Israel saw the face of Moses, that the skin of Moses' face shone: and Moses put the veil upon his face again, until he went in to speak with him.

European horned Moses

Zulu Priest with horns

'When the baby Moses was three months old, according to biblical story, he was placed in a basket of bulrushes upon the river's edge, rescued by an Egyptian princess, nursed by his natural mother, raised as a prince and trained in the temple mysteries.  Here possibly is where the idea of horns originates. For in the Mystery language horns are the sign of the successful neophyte, of one who has passed the dread tests of initiation and quite literally touched divinity. The Horned Moses - the sign of might, just like Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord.

Another view:

In Hebrew, "ray of light" and "horn" are spelled the same. Thus, the translators may have mistaken "rays of light" for "horns".[34]

The Horned Hathor:


Hathor the Cow [Mother's milk/Milk Way]

Hathor's horns are more than a simple halo, however. They are also symbolic of the glorified countenance or illuminated face of the Golden One. This glory has resonance’s in the "lady clothed in sunlight" aspect of certain Mesopotamian and Canaanite goddesses (some of which are pictured as having bovine horns). Interestingly, the same phenomenon was recently pointed out by Benjamin Scolnic as an explanation for the "horned Moses" found in the book of Exodus ("Moses and the Horns of Power," Judaism, vol. 40, Sept. 1991). Scolnic traces Moses' horned face back to the same Egyptian mythology and symbolism which is invariably associated with the major Egyptian deities, like Hathor.  

High Priest of Israel

The Egyptian Priesthood of Moses contrasted with the Hebrew teachings.

But the anointing which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him.1 John 2:27 .

The Egyptian priests did not preach, proselytize, or care for a congregation as we see today. No preaching was required because every Egyptian accepted the validity of the traditional religious theology, i.e. the world was created, ordered and governed by the neteru/gods, through the intermediary the King, the only actual priest in Egypt . It was accepted that people tried to live good lives in the hope of earning merit for the life to come; they didn’t need to be "converted" to a way that was already considered to be theirs. The authors of religious works had no responsibility for instructing the people as a whole in the ways of the neteru/gods. The same was true for the ritual priests.

Therefore leaving the teaching of the first principles of Christ, let us press on to perfection-not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works, of faith toward God, of the teaching of baptisms, of laying on of hands, of resurrection of the dead, and of eternal judgment. This will we do, if God permits. Hebrews 6:1-3 .

Egyptian priests did have a vital role in the religious ritual of daily and festival life.  That was why the priests were called "servants of the god," or hem-netjer, the traditional title for a priest.

Before the priest could enter the innermost parts of the temple, the sanctuary, where the neteru/god resided, the priest had to purify himself. This did not involve a spiritual act involving forgiveness of sins, but symbolic of ritual purity nonetheless. The priest had to perform a series of procedures. There is evidence that at least in the New Kingdom and thereafter, priests shaved their entire bodies, and they cleansed with natron, which was used for everything

They also abstained from certain foods, though this did not involve ritual fasting. Egyptian Priests were permitted to wear only garments of linen, and white papyrus sandals, no leather or wool. What about the priests of Aaron?

“Thus shall Aaron come into the holy place: with a young bullock for a sin offering and a ram for a burnt offering. He shall put on the holy linen coat, and he shall have the linen breeches upon his flesh, and shall be girded with a linen girdle, and with the linen mitre shall he be attired: these are holy garments; therefore shall he wash his flesh in water, and so put them on. Leviticus 16:3-4.

Priests normally married, had children, and enjoyed family life. During the New Kingdom , which is the source of most information about priesthood, the priests served in four phyles, each working for one month in three. For eight months they carried on their normal profession or business, whether political, administrative or commercial, then came into the temple. Before entering a temple for their service, they did abstain from sexual contact. Phyles were also courses like the Priesthood of Israel.

When they were ready to enter the temple, the priest first washed at a stone pool or cistern kept on the premises for just such a purpose. The water not only rinsed away the dirt of the streets, but it was also believed to confer energy and rejuvenation, just as the First Mound had risen from the waters at Creation and the sun acquired energy from the waters for another day. Priests also rinsed their mouths with a natron-water mixture.

The word “mummy” derives from the Arabic mummiya, meaning “bitumen” or “pitch” (tar or asphalt), and refers to the black resin discovered on bodies placed in Late Period burials. The ancient Egyptian word for “mummy” was sah, meaning “nobility” and “dignity.”

Genesis 6:14: Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch.

Jochebed's basket account would read; Ex 2:3 "...she took a basket/ark [life saver] of bullrushes and coated it with tar and pitch..."

Side bar: One person makes an interesting assertion: He said the word Tebah [Tbh] meant Life Saver and not Ark.

It has been suggested that tebah is a foreign word, or at least of foreign derivation. One alleged link is to the Egyptian word dbt (coffin).  Perhaps Jochebed could be portrayed in a melancholy scene as she prepares a coffin for her baby, but the posting of Miriam to keep watch over his brother suggests otherwise. Of course, if tebah actually means "coffin", then this would take on a whole new meaning...”

Back to the point:

The priesthood entailed duties and responsibilities and expectations as well. In any case, however the priestly candidate came to the office he was inducted by virtue of a ritual. His hands were anointed, and he was presented to the god. It is thought that the 42 segments of the Declaration of Innocence, part of the Judgment of the Dead, represented an ethical code to which the priests had to live up. 

The regular feast days celebrated within the temple included First of the Month festivals and the New Moon festivals. 

'The temple of Ra at Heliopolis owned hundreds of acres, 64 orchards, 45,544 head of livestock, 103 villages, 3 ships and 5 workshops, with a personnel force of 12,700. The overseers of the estates and granaries, scribes, soldiers, all reported to the high priests of their temple.'

The tie between Israel , Heliopolis , Tel Amarna and the god Ra, Amun and Aten worship interconnects with the biblical account of Moses, Bithyah, Yocheved, Amram and Moses’ Ethiopian wife Saba

Let's ask Chancellor Williams: 7 criteria of White Supremacy in dealing with Black History - by Chancellor Williams.

·        Ignore or refuse to publish any facts on African History that would not support their racial theories.

·        Create a religious and scientific doctrine to ease the white conscience for oppression and enslavement of African people.

·        Flood the world with hastily thrown together histories that contain European perspectives only.

·        Start renaming people and places.  Replace African names of persons, places and things with Arabic and European names.  This will disguise their true black identity.

·        Change the criteria for defining race. For example, one drop of Negro blood in America makes you Negro no matter how light your skin, but then reporting ancient history reverses the standard. Make on drop of white [non-Negro] blood render someone Caucasian no matter how dark his skin is.

·        When Black civilization is so obvious you best schemes can not hide it, find a way to attribute the success to out side white influence [or aliens from outer space].

·        When all the ancient historians contradict your theory, seek to discredit them.

Attending the Mystery Universities of Egypt was as necessary for the Royal household and students of non-royal but proven aptitude, just as matriculating through our universal school system in the western world. In our case everyone is expected to at least get a high school education and go for 12-13 years. In this education the promise is that you will be literate, but that is not the case as we see daily, when used correctly the primary education was a stepping-stone for the University. In our modern country everyone can go to school but every education is not equal. That was not true for Egypt .


Variations of the theme of Africa in the School of Thoth .

In the Mystery Schools of Egypt you were expected to attend 40 years. The only difference is that the Pharonic Family and all those of higher stature were the only ones to attend the Mystery schools. The average farmer, baker, or laborer did not, but he depended on that priesthood to help him in his daily life. The University Mystery system was a school with most to its curriculum a secret and the tings learned was hidden from the uninitiated.

What is a mystery to some was known [revealed] to others.

'Later when the child was old enough, she took him to the king’s daughter [Bithiah], who adopted him as her own son.  She said to herself, ' I pulled him out of the water, so I will name him Mos [es].' meaning to pulled out of the water.'

Again scholars like George G.M. James have said the name Mos [es] was given to the initiates as they graduated from the Egyptian Mysteries.

This was only possible by proper initiation and gradual advancement, when evidence of fitness was demonstrated by a Neophyte. The Egyptian name Mos [as] was given to all candidates at their baptism, and meant ' Saved by Water’. Pg. 67.

Saved by water....Saved by water sounds like the Baptist version of salvation to me doesn't it? So the name of Mos[es] was given to all those who were baptized. Is that like becoming One with Messiah when we are baptized? We are given a new name - but what is it?

'Christ in us the hope of Glory'...'Let this mind be in you as it is in Christ Jesus.'  'They were baptized in the name of Jesus' according to Acts 2, just as the people of the Exodus was baptized into Moses as they crossed the sea.

What I am trying to get you to see - is there have ALWAYS been Priesthood, a baptism, a name change, a circumcision, and a witness. People have always known the way of salvation. The Creator has always had a witness whether it was on, in, under, above or walking on the earth.

Moses was an Egyptian priest, of a Royal household, what he did out in the wilderness [ Tel Amarna] have to point to the deity worshipped and put in the context of his education.


So, we see that it is greatly possible that the account of Moses shows him to be an Egyptian who was Hebrew [one who crossed over].  Hebrew or Hibaru means 'one who crossed over', which is a reference to the Egyptian Mysteries, the crossing over from darkness [ignorance] to light [knowledge]. To cross over the waters or to be reborn into the truth.

'For I do not want you to be ignorant of the fact, brothers, that our forefathers were all under the cloud and that they all passed through the sea.  They were all baptized into Moses in the cloud and in the sea…Now these things occurred as examples to keep us from setting our hearts on evil things as they did…'1Corinthians 10:1-2,6,11.

'The priesthood was a civil function in ancient Egypt . Recruited from the local population, the priests served three months at a time then returned to their daily lives. A small core of superior priests, or adepts, served the temple full time. During the New Kingdom , every temple, no matter how small, had at least one resident priest. The function of a priest was to maintain the universal order as dictated by the Gods in the Zep Tepi, or the First Time, the original Golden Age of the High God. To this end, their primary function was to perform the rituals of the Divine Drama, the Great Myth, at the appropriate time and in the correct way. By involving a large portion of the local population in its services, the temple became the center of local culture. '

We are involved in this divine drama, but we just did not know who the players are.  The story of Moses is the story of the Royal household of Tiye, Ankhenaten, Nefertiti, Kiya and their forefathers. Who were the Sem-priests?

Tuthmosis, who was a sem-priest, died early leaving the future king, Amenhotep IV, otherwise known as Ankhenaten, as the crown prince.   Here the word Sem Priest and Shem are the same. They all wore the leopard skin s the Zulu's do today. 

Sem Priests in Leopard Skins

Zulu Bridegroom  

Sem Priest with Mayans in America

The high-priest were a number of priests with many specialized duties. The specialization of these second tier priests ran from "horology" (keeping an accurate count of the hours through the days, extremely important during the time of the sun-boat worshippers, but also for agricultural reasons as well), "astrology" (extremely important as well to the mythology of Egypt as well as to the architectural and calendrical systems of Egypt ), to healing.

As is obvious by the specialization of the priests, the cycles of the cosmos were extremely important, as they decided when crops would be planted, when the Nile would wax or wane, and further when the temple rites were to begin in the morning. The result of these Egyptian priests’ studies can be seen in both the mythological studies of Egypt , as well as within the agricultural practices, which rival even the modern Caesarian Calendar still used within the western world today.


The High Priest is also called the First Prophet and could in his turn delegate Second, Third and Fourth Prophets as deputies. The brother-in-law to Amenhotep III, Aanen, was for a long time Second Prophet of Amen at Karnak and High Priest of Re-Atum. Aanen's father Yuya was High Priest of Min at Akhim and also held the title of God's Father, which is believed to mean Father-in-law of the King. But "father of the god" was also used as titles for the priesthood directly below the First Prophet and these persons often held other important duties outside the temples.

‘It was not you who sent me here but God; He has made me a Father to Pharaoh...' Gen 45:8

Yuya was therefore Master of the King's Horses and Overseer of the Cattle of the temple of Min , besides being the High Priest of Min.  Yuya was said to be the biblical Joseph who married On'Set [Thuya] the daughter of the priest of On or Heliopolis .

The True Scribes


Conclusion To the Story .

It is the Story-Drama of Moses/Ankhenaten and his initiation as a King and Priest of the Aten. Moses, who was either the son of the princess was the only child that un-named Pharaoh was concerned with in the edict of ‘killing the boy children’.

His mother Bithiyah/Yocheved/Tiye initiated [inaugurated] him into the Mysteries and later Moses finished his training with Jethro, the friend of El or IAO or Aten all of whom are represented by the Sun and not worshipped as the Sun. 

 He led his people in a split from the family in Egypt and took up residence in Tel-Amarna as Ankhenaten or with Ankhenaten where he was eventually killed as the dying king.

In Acts 7:22 Stephen in an address to the Sanhedrin asserts that Moses was not only instructed in the science and learning of the Egyptians but was also endowed with oratorical ability and distinctive leadership qualities. After 40 years of age, he killed an Egyptian [which was against the code of ethics for a Priest of the Mysteries] which made him flee from the Pharaoh to Midian where he stayed for forty years in seclusion and under the tutelage of his Father-in-Law Jethro. At the death of the great Pharaoh, God appeared in a burning bush to Moses and told Mose  to return for the people he had covenanted with, but an oddity here is that God declared that Aaron should be spokesman for his brother (Exod. 4:10-16) before going to Goshen and Moses would be God to Pharaoh Father?].

The Exodus:

His replacement was Joshua/Merineith as high-priest of Aten. As time progressed, this story with an astrological, iconographic and cosmological meaning has been literalized.  The children who were of Egypt aliened themselves with the culture of Israel an in doing so forgot the root and meaning of this drama.

This has indeed been a lengthy journey for me fraught with tears and surprises, but when you look for truth, no stone should be left unturned!  Here we have it another story-drama. The story drama was used to educate the children, untrained and uneducated peoples of the nation. Just as we told our children, a stork brought a baby when we tried to explain intercourse and conception by talking about the birds and the bees.

World History has had it guts sucked out. The cell of History's foundation was laid in Africa. That cell and all of its genetic information sucked out and replaced by the European paradigm. Only a thread left on the cells surface still survives and it is our only links back to the original model.  We must follow that thread!

The upper-echelon of the priesthood did not believe or trust the commoners with the ' whole truth' so they mad up story-drama or passion plays about the truth. Unfortunately thousands of years later we have a shell with only bits of DNA from the original story left for us to piece together. 


Does this mean we should abandon the Bible? God forbid! There are lessons in it we have yet to learn about life, death and the hope of resurrection. The Bible is the 2nd generation Book of the Dead for commoners. We must be steadfast and know that wherever this road takes us it will be one of truth.

With that I will leave you with these scriptures:

'Anyone who has to drink milk is still a baby, without experience in applying the Word of Righteousness.  But solid food is for the mature, for those whose faculties have been trained by continuous exercising to distinguish good for evil. Hebrew 5: 1-14

"Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ. That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive. But speaking the truth in love may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, even Christ. From whom the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth, according to the effectual working in the measure of every part, maketh increase of the body unto the edifying of itself in love." Ephesians 4:13-16.

We must all come into the unity of the faith that was once given to the original saints.  And the real story set to engender faith is not being told in our Churches, Mosques, Temples and Synagogues. If it’s not an African story…then it’s only a shell of the truth.

He's still  got his eye on you...

"NOWHERE are there so many marvelous things [In Egypt], nor in the world besides are to be seen so many things of unspeakable greatness." 

 Herodotus in the 5th century B.C.


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Culture Bandits - D. Jones

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[3] Louis Ginzberg  The Legend of the Jews, a massive seven-volume work with notes, written in German, and translated into some forty languages, was originally published for scholars (the first volume was published in 1909). This selection from a shorter and simpler edition, published by Jewish Publication Society in 1975.














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[15] (Lefébure, Records, vol. X, [Page 648] p. 130).

[16] (ibid., p.12) John Daniel 'The Druid Idea of God.'

[17] (Ahmed Osman, Out of Egypt, p. 52).


[19] (l.c.; Sanh. p. 19b; Targ. on the passage; compare also the pseudo-Jerome commentary on the passage).

[20] (Pire R. El. xlviii.; Ex. R. i. 23).

[21] (Soah, p. 12b; Meg. p. 15b).

[22] (Pesi., ed. Buber, vii. 65a).

[23] Catholic Encyclopedia


[25] Saved by Water’. Pg. 67 Stolen Legacy George G.M.James.

[26] (l.c.; Sanh. p. 19b; Targ. on the passage; compare also the pseudo-Jerome commentary on the passage).

[27] Sotah 11b-12a.


[29] Works Cited: Aldred, Cyril (1988).

[30] Redford , 1984).Redford, Donald B. (1984). Ankhenaten: The Heretic King. New Jersey : Princeton University Press.

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[32] [Secret Doctrine I, 318, footnote. Blavatsky]