THERE WAS NO MOSES!
By Serwaa Ampaafo
Outside of biblical scripture, there is no evidence either archaeological or historical records of Moses’s existence. All historical records of him, just like jesus were written by people who never met him. Egypt where he supposedly grew have no record of anyone by name Moses who parted the red sea.
To understand Moses, one must peer into that foggy dark in between the realms of myth and history. In fact There is no exact time frame for when the events of Exodus may have occurred. Nor do we know the identity of the villainous Pharaoh in the Bible, cast in films repeatedly as Ramesses II. That pharaoh is famed for his conquests and building projects.
The five books of Moses also known as the Pentateuch are all a plagiarism of the Egyptian sacred Tarot used by Egyptian masonry. The ten commandments supposedly given to Moses by Yahweh is eight of the forty-two (42) laws or principles of Maat ( the Egyptian goddess of balance) rephrased.
According to biblical compilers moses personally wrote all his five books–-Genesis, Exodus, leviticus, numbers and Deutronomy. Meaning the account of Moses birth and death were all written by himself; an event which is impossible to have happened.
There are echoes of the Moses myth in a number of other traditions: his escape as a baby through a treacherous waterway is similar to the tale of Sargon, a pre-biblical hero from ancient Mesopotamia, as well as the hindu deity Krishna.
In fact the Moses’ story is one of the many plagiarized texts in the bible. His birth was plagiarised from the tale of Sargon written hundreds of years by Akkadians before the invention of the bible. In the tale of Sargon; Sargon was placed in a basket covered in tar accross the Euphrates river to the summerian city of Kish were he grew to become a powerful king.
That well-known narrative in which Moses’ mother hides him in the Nile until he is found and raised by the pharaoh’s daughter is just a plagiarism and very typical of biblical writers, they changed the exact names and the place where the event took place.
In conclusion, there was no Moses hence the biblical character is nothing but a work of fiction. If he lived there is no way he could have recorded everything about himself including accounts of his death which wasn’t by suicide.