I would like to ask you all a question and i hope i would find an answer for it somewhere here...
where is Prophet Moses mentioned in Egyptology? and i mean Moses the Prophet who's story we all know from the religious scriptures...
i found this and it is very puzzling...(the pictures are on http://www.greatdreams.com/moses.htm
THE MYSTERY AND CONTROVERSY OF THE STORY OF MOSES
WAS MOSES AKHENATEN?
Moses from the Tomb
of Julius II. San Pietro
in Vincoli, Rome.Italy
Is the Answer to the Question Below?
If this carving is Moses, there is NO resemblance at all to Akhenaten!
Photo added 1-3-00 - Profile of Moses/Yeshua with references to Masonic order. (Notice pyramid and Menorah above the head) Essene priesthood, 8 pointed star again, Venus sun, traveling by sea, Lord of the Sun and Moon . (suggesting the Pharaonic order.. the royal bloodline) Exerpted from Robert Ghostwolf - Hall of Records Page 6
I have learned things about my two legged ancestors from the pieces I have found that they left behind so that I would know. They had swords, and they wore leather. And some wore armor. They wore skins and danced with the Spirits. They wore feathers, and sandals as well as shoes and moccasins, and fine silk, yes here in America long ago. Some were very tall. Some lived in pueblos, and others rode upon Elephants I am told, in the messages they left behind Yet that happened here in America, and not some far off land.
I see the world through the eyes of my ancestors and in many ways I fit into neither their world, nor the present world of material madness. To me this corporate society is alien to this Earth I love so deeply, as alien as the English language. The native people today are as lost as anyone else. Now I hear many calling themselves the First Nations People. We are not Native Americans we are First nations People. Well there was quite frankly someone here before what presently are referred to as the Native Americans.
I have touched the carvings of ancient Egyptians in the New Mexico and Arizona Deserts in Colorado, and in Illinois. I stood in awe of statues of Horus and RA that towered over me carved in the fire pink stone of the desert caves, those who carved these effigies, perhaps they were the Native Americans? I have seen with my own eyes bodies that were ten and twelve feet in height buried in crypts wearing armor, draped in silk and cotton cloth, and carrying huge broad swords were these the Native Americans? Conventional history says they could not be, but there are things that historians have neglected to include in the books we were taught from back in school.
Excerpted from Robert Ghostwolf Starnations
Jan Assmann both defines and practices in his book, the study of historical memory--a study, in this case, of the ways in which factual and fictional events and characters are stored in religious beliefs and transformed through philosophical justification, literary reinterpretation, philological restitution (or falsification), and psychoanalytic demystification.
To account for the complexities of the foundational event through which monotheism was established, MOSES THE EGYPTIAN goes back to the short-lived monotheistic revolution of the Egyptian king Akhenaten (1360-1340 B.C.E.).
The biblical chronology dates the birth of Moses to around 1527 BC. In the new chronology of Egypt, the pharaoh on the throne of Egypt was Neferhotep I of the 13th Dynasty.