Did Pharaoh’s Daughter give Moses a Hebrew name? The Myth: And the child grew, and she brought him (Moses) unto pharaoh’s daughter, and he became her son. And she called his name Moses: and she said, because I drew him out of the water (Exodus 2:10). The reality: The name Moses actually comes from the Egyptian word msy meaning is born, which is usually appended to the name of a god, as in Thutmose or Ramose that is Thoth is born. The Greeks transliterated the msy element as mosis and in English it became Moses. Since the names of other gods, deities were taboo among the Hebrews, the front part of Moses name was dropped, leaving only the msy element. Sigmund Freud wrote: “The father of Moses without doubt prefixed to his son's name with that of an Egyptian god like Amen or Ptah, and this divine name was gradually lost in current usage, till the boy was (Abbreviated) called 'Mose”. The front part of Moses name was either Ra-Moses or Hor-Moses. All Egyptians who were initiated into the mysteries schools and were called Muse/Mose/Moses. Their chief priests were called Eove/Eova=Jehovah. The story of Moses not being circumcised is to dissociate him from Osiris in which we find Moses original Egyptian name of Osarseph, which means “child of Osiris”. Moses was an Egyptian priests learned all the ways of Egyptians magician (Acts 7:22) he was born in Egypt in Goshen. He wasn’t a Jew he was Egyptian. His Levite priests were given a city named after them in Egypt Likewise, when the New Testament decided to talk about Amen-Ra, they dropped the Ra (Sun) but we have a record in Psalm 84 telling us that god was a sun not son. Tacitis, a Roman historian makes a remarkable statement about the Jews and Moses in the Fifth book of Histories. The Histories* By Tacitus* Written 109 A.C.E.* Most writers, however, agree in stating that once a disease, which*horribly disfigured the body (Leprosy), broke out over Egypt; that king Bocchoris,*seeking a remedy, consulted the oracle of Hammon (Amon/Amen), and was bidden to cleanse*his realm, and to convey into some foreign land this race detested by the*gods. The people, who had been collected after diligent search, finding*themselves left in a desert, sat for the most part in a stupor of grief,*till one of the exiles, Moyses (Moses) by name, warned them not to look for any*relief from God or man, forsaken as they were of both, but to trust to*themselves, taking for their heaven-sent leader that man who should first*help them to be quit of their present misery. They agreed, and in utter*ignorance began to advance at random. Nothing, however, distressed them*so much as the scarcity of water, and they had sunk ready to perish in*all directions over the plain, when a herd of wild ***** was seen to retire*from their pasture to a rock shaded by trees. Moyses (Moses) followed them, and,*guided by the appearance of a grassy spot, discovered an abundant spring*of water. This furnished relief. After a continuous journey for six days,*on the seventh they possessed themselves of a country, from which they*expelled the inhabitants, and in which they founded a city and a*temple.* Moyses, wishing to secure for the future his authority over the*nation, gave them a novel form of worship, opposed to all that is practised*by other men. Things sacred with us, with them have no sanctity, while*they allow what with us is forbidden. In their holy place they have consecrated*an image of the animal by whose guidance they found deliverance from their*long and thirsty wanderings. They slay the ram, seemingly in derision of*Hammon (Amon), and they sacrifice the ox, because the Egyptians worship it as*Apis (Osiris). They abstain from swine's flesh, in consideration of what they suffered*when they were infected by the leprosy to which this animal is liable.*By their frequent fasts they still bear witness to the long…” So it is clear that Mantheo was right in the 3rd century BC that Moses was kicked out of the priesthood because he had leprosy why else wear a veil over his face as reported in the OT? Why come up with the story of his hand turning white to explain away he really had leprosy. Why say in the OT that Moses wasn’t circumcised when we know all students in Egyptian Temples had to be circumcised to respect that Isis replaced the cut off penis of Osiris. Moses was upset at Amon because he couldn’t see god (be healed). Recall the symbol for medine and knowledge in Egypt was an eye looking like an R with x at the end. The second root word for faith in Hebrew was Aman/Amen. Paul defined faith as “not yet seen”(Hebrews 11:1;7 Jesus knew why Moses turned away from the Egyptian religion in part and took Amen (The wind) away from creation in Genesis and called it the Ruach (the wind hovering over the waters) but in revelation Amen was returned to its rightful place. Revelations 3:14 we can see this concept again “Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God”. History is best to reward our research.