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Originally posted by Cythraul
- The similarities between Moses and the Egyptian Osiris are undeniable. Etymologically, the word 'Moses' has its roots in the combining of the Egyptian word 'Mou' - meaning water, and 'eses' - meaning those who are saved. Thus 'Mou-eses' translates as 'saved from water'. Osiris was rescued from water by Isis.
Originally posted by Byrd
The Jews moved into the promised land after Moses' death. There was no appreciable Jewish population in Cairo in historic times.
Moses is buried on Mt. Sinai, not in a huge shrine.
From the Egyptian side, it's even more problematic. Giza isn't one pyramid -- there are at least nine plus chapels and a huge graveyard. The pyramids are named (the Great Pyramid is "Khufu's Ahket"), as recorded by Herodotus and none of the Egyptian traditions of that area is vaguely Jewish. In order to "climb Mt. Sinai/GP" the thing would have had to be there already, and I can't see the Egyptian priests (and the people around the countryside) allowing 10,000 Jews to go marching up the slick, polished limestone side of a huge monument just to go stand at the top and gawk.
Originally posted by innerinfinity
I found this article to be very interesting hope you do to.
Mt Sinai Discovered
By Ralph Ellis
Originally posted by we_the_racist
Russian already discovered the tomb of Alien Humanoid in Egypt