Search this blog for previous posts featuring Acharya S. I do have one other post on this same subject, but from a different interview.
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Acharya S has gained expertise in several religions, as well as knowledge about other esoterica and mystical subjects. In the first hour, we’ll discuss her latest research “Did Moses Exist? The Myth of the Israelite Lawgiver.” Although many scholars today are clear on the mythical nature of the Exodus tale and the probable (to them) non-historicity of the Moses character, there are a number of historical or quasi-historical individuals and events that have gathered attention as the possible “real Moses” and “real Exodus.”
Title: Red Ice Radio – Acharya S – Hour 1 – The Moses Myth, Yahweh Supremacy & Cultural Genocide (YT link) Uploaded by Red Ice Radio.
Acharya S: The Moses Myth And Yahweh Supremacy – (2014) 4 stars
Run time: 1 hour, 3 minutes. Recently, I posted another interview with Acharya S. hosted by Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio. In that one, host Miguel Conner was pretty chummy with the author and it was more of a friendly get-together than it was an informative show. Not so with Red Ice Radio, where host Henrich asks a broad question and lets AS take her time in detailing out the answer.
If you’ve never studied the region of Canaan and its mythology, the way AS throws out one tribe name or god name after another might cause you to become overwhelmed. (Not to mention the Akkadian Sargon, the Sumerian Gilgamesh and Babylonian lore!) Luckily, I have done a good amount of research on all of these places, and enough on Canaan that I wrote a fiction adventure based on that period for my book The World Changers.
I get that the Hyksos were proto-Hebrew, and that two different tribes had similar names that became the Hebrew (One was Hebres, I think AS said, while the other was Hibiru. In my historical timeline, the Hyksos became the Hibiru, who then became the Hebrew Israelites.) I did learn something new in that AS credits El as being the father of Yahweh. In my research based on ancient Ugarit in Canaan, either El or Dagon was the father of Baal. AS does not mention Asherah as the wife / consort of El, before she became the consort of Baal, thereby forming the parallel of mother Isis leaving father Osiris for son Horus from Egyptian mythology. Also not mentioned was the volcano god Jahve, who is a very elusive deity to track down, and who probably combined with Yahweh to give us the later Jehovah. If you want to get to the bottom of this mess, my best suggestion is to take notes and do some research!