Moses Restored: The Oldest Religious Secret Never Told - Second Edition
It is an incredible time for history-lovers, Egypt-lovers, archaeology-lovers, and lovers of age-old mysteries that are on the verge of rediscovery. In a shocking revelation, Moses Restored shows how the heretic pharaoh Akhenaten lived on to become one of the most influential people in history: Moses. Now, in this brand new SECOND EDITION, go further into the mystery of Moses than ever before. With a redesigned jacket cover and over one hundred pages of extra material, this lush new chapter in the Moses Saga includes more pictures, more sections, more references, and even twelve glorious chapter collages which fuse Egyptian and Jewish elements. It has been four years since Moses Restored was first published. It has also been over thirty years since Ahmed Osman published his ground-breaking "Moses: Pharaoh of Egypt", which first equated Akhenaten with Moses, and it has been over eighty years since Sigmund Freud first startled the world by suggesting a link, any link, between Moses and Akhenaten. Moses Restored continues the trajectory established by Freud and Osman, building upon their ingenious discoveries by detailing each area of commonality between the Heretic Pharaoh and the Hebrew Lawgiver. Meet Moses in an entirely new light, where memory, myth, and monuments all meet. Better understand his former life, character, and dreams, and finally realize why Moses was such a mountain of a man. It truly is a story like no other in history, and it’s now better than ever in the greatly expanded SECOND EDITION. There is even a sneak peek at the upcoming sequel, MOSES REVEALED.
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It’s about time this narrative finds its legs. The Hebrews rewrote their own history during the Babylonian captivity, purging any ties to Egypt so they could legitimize their own royyalty independent of it, but the truth is, they are intimately entwined..
Ralph Ellis did a great job describing the history in his book “Jesus, Last of the Pharoahs”.
Except the basic presmise is Wrong! Akhenaten was raised royal by his mother. Moses was raised Royal by his husband-less stepmother. His baby name was Senemnut, and Pharoah’s daughter was Hatshepsut. Moses was eventually elevated to Crown prince, ruling the North of the country as the representative of the “great House” (=pharoah), under the title Tuthmosis (ii). He then ran off and a distant cousin of the king of the similar age assumed his identity and began destroying all the statues and monuments of Moses and his stepmother (tuthmosis iii). He became King (Amenhotep II), and his second-born son succeeded him as Tuthmosis iv/Amenhotep III. His first-born son was Tutankhamun, who died in the plague, and his second son by a lesser wife became Akhenaten. At the time of the Exodus events he was 7, so an old priest Ay stepped in as regent, married his mother, and kept alive the myth that Egypt was still a functionsl superpower (they had no army). After 7 years Akenaten was thrown into the top seat, and after he had established power, did his best to follow the God he had witnessed embarrass the traditional gods of Egypt, and named his own son after his beloved older brother.