Gnostic: Acharya S. – The Myth Of Moses

From the Youtube description: Moses is widely considered a main patriarch for the Abrahamic religions. Although many today regard his existence as suspect, few understand the powerful mythological resonance of the Moses figure. Moses is actually a syncretic and composite godman reaching into many ancient cultures and faiths. He is part sun-god, part lawgiver archetype, and plenty hero of a thousand faces. We enter the Myth of Moses in order to discover the censored wisdom of ancient Gnosis and the fury of an angry volcanic deity that has ruled the West for thousands of years.

Astral Guest– Acharya S./D.M. Murdock, author of Did Moses Exist? The Myth of the Israelite Lawgiver, Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of the Christ, and The Christ Conspiracy.

Title: The Myth of Moses: Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio (YT link) Uploaded by Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio.

Acharya S: The Myth Of Moses – (2014) 4 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 16 minutes. Very good conversation with author Acharya S, aka D.M. Murdock, coinciding with her release of the book Did Moses Exist? The basic premise is that through this woman’s research, she has come to the conclusion that the Greek god Dionysus (circa 1300 BCE) predates the story of the Biblical Moses (700 – 400 BCE, although apologists will say Moses lived circa 1400 to 1200 BCE). Dionysus was a god of fertility and wine, depicted as a Pan-like figure with horns. This matches medieval statues and art of Moses shown with horns. Also, the area of the Levant where the myth of Moses first appeared was rich with vineyards and wine sellers. AS brings up that many religious scholars consider the Moses story to be mythology, but they are unwilling to do the research to conclusively prove where the myths first came from. Moses as a sun god and Jesus as a wine god are also discussed, along with the scientific impossibilities regarding the logistics of the supposed Exodus and other topics.


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