This video is better than I remember it. It's a video of a descent module from the Cassini spacecraft. The Cassini spacecraft is still orbiting around the Saturn system.
- There's some linguistic comparison of Moses to other cultures lawgivers. This evidence casts doubt in the very existence of Moses. Indian lawgiver- Menu. Syria and Egypt law giver - Mises/Menes. Minos is the Crete/Minoan law giver. - Acharya S/D.M. Murdock - "Did Moses Exist? The Myth of of the Israelite lawgiver", page 16
- Some more about Philo, who I mention in my "Gospel of Truth"(first post of this blog) . . . Philo's brother Alexander the Alabarch was the builder of the Jerusalem temple. The very one who Philo's nephew Tiberias Julius Alexander helped Emperor Vespasian destroy and is mentioned in the Gospel of Mark(hence dating the Gospel past 66 A.D.). Related to Moses, Philo wrote a book about Moses to popularize him because the Pagan Roman world didn't know him so well. Because of Philo's influence(once again, see my Gospel of Truth), there arose at the time all kinds of mythologized books about Moses - "Eighth book of Moses", "Key of Moses", and "The Hidden book of Moses on the great name, that for everything, in which is the name of the one who rules all." These books combined Moses with various pagan gods, pre-Christian gospels. - Acharya S/D.M. Murdock - "Did Moses Exist? The Myth of of the Israelite lawgiver", page 12
- Jewish books before the Babylonian exhile, Amos, Habakkuk, Hosea, Isaiah, Jerimiah, Johah, Michah, Naham, and Zephaniah don't mention a Moses. Well, Isaiah does; but, in a Psalm passage, it's revealed that Moses name is about a mythology water bringer. This link suggests that Isaiah is a play on a 'song of Moses.' Just scroll down to the Isaiah section. This is like Moses describing his own death(Dueteronomy Chapter 34), which is another piece of evidence that Moses is made up. Isaiah is a play on Moses mythology - Acharya S/D.M. Murdock - "Did Moses Exist? The Myth of of the Israelite lawgiver", pages 30-31
- Another biblical tidbit unrelated to Moses, is Psalm 78-2, "I will open my mouth in a parable: I will utter dark sayings of old" Parable is metaphor; mythology is analogy. They will make up mythology. It also says dark sayings of old. This reminds me of an Egyptian mathematical papyrus which says it points out 'dark knowledge.' Somehow knowledge is dark secrets.
Also in Isaiah 78 is a story similar to the Moses story of dividing the seas, but this does not have Moses. It has God/Jehovah(whatever you want to call him) doing the dividing of the seas. From 78-13 on, one sees a proto book of Exodus, only a God version and not a Moses version. This suggests the Exodus story is an elaboration of Isaiah 78. In fact, archaeologistsw have found that Canaanite stories are similar. So, the Hebrews clearly took this Canaanite mythology and recast it just like they did with the Babylonian "Epic of Gilgamesh" and everything else(the ten commandments for instance were taken from the Egyptians; see my "Gospel of Truth"). The original Canaanite version of the Exodus story would be the 'dark sayings of old.'