WHY MOSES WAS EGYPTIAN 1. The story of Moses being found in an small boat to avoid death from the king is a literary motif from the Egyptian Horus (Hor) theme. 2.Moses spoke Egyptian. He needed Aaron as an interpreter to Jews not because he was “slow of speech” as stated in the OT. In the NT Moses is described as being great of voice and deed far from being slow of speech. 3. Moses ten commandments were modified from the Egyptian 42 negative confessions. 4. Moses original name Osarseph is derived from Osiris. Moses changed his name to Ra-Moses or Hor-Moses. Most likely Hor-Moses because of the Horus theme surrounding his childhood. Jewish editors not liking Egyptian deities cut the prefix of Horus from his name. Moses had to change his name to be a priest under King Akhenaton who despised Osiris and Amen. 5. Moses was a priest from On, Egypt. To enter the priesthood one perquisite was circumcision. How do we know Moses was circumcised? Because “Moses was educated in all wisdom of the Egyptians“.(Acts 7:22) and from the fact his original name was Osiris. The ritual of circumcision is traced to Osiris as symbolic for resurrection. Jewish editors tried to cover up Moses Osiris links by saying his son was substituted for circumcision. 6. The Ark of the covenant has the same dimension of the Egyptian stone chest housed in the great pyramid. The ark contained an Egyptian serpent crown as the sign of god’s kingship over Israel. these symbols consist of the bronze serpents healing staff which was the symbol of medicine for Imhotep. 7. Moses worshipped Re-Herakhte in the form of a solar disk known as the Aton. The Hebrew word for lord was Adon which is Aton with the D & T being interchangeable. 8. After King Akhenaton died he took at least two of his high priest named Merari and Phinehas. 9. Mantheo reports Moses was dismissed from the priesthood at On, Egypt because of leprosy. Jewish editors covered it up with fake stories of hand trick and Moses wearing a veil over his face. 10. Moses left Egypt not for killing an Egyptian but to avoid his own death. A Pharaoh didn’t drown in the Red sea but his natural death coincided with the Nile flooding in 1315BC.