Many things floating around the empire of Alexander the Great made their way into the Septuagint, which is the book the emperor ordered to be compiled. It was done through Ptolomy, his Satrap in Alexandria. The latter chose 70 men, believed to be members of the Tribes of Israel, for the undertaking. Their history and the work is mostly fictional, however, as they took stories from everywhere and libraries to compile it. It was called the’Septuagint’ which means’seventy men’.
Alexander aimed to unite the people of his empire under one religion and language so that they were compliant with each other. The overriding of one’s culture for the sake of spiritual unity has been practiced for thousands of years. This even went to the extent of wiping out one’s native language, which is exactly what the Catholic Church members did to the tribal groups in Africa, Australia, and the Americas after invasions subdued them and the influx of missionaries to convert them followed.
Kings were interested in power and control as their main objectives. Their carefully chosen nobles served their ambitions and were rewarded accordingly. They discovered that religion cements people in a way that nothing else can.
Moses was a literary character created of the reflection of sunlight in water. Many things about the story of how he was secretly raised in the palace with a princess and subsequently became a reliable citizen of Egypt with a ear to the Pharaoh is a trick. Magic is the product of deception and a good story is based on that format.
In the days when this was supposed to have happened individuals were extremely superstitious and they believed in the sun as their chief god. The religions born of it have their origins in Babylon where the sun-star, Mary, was Mother God. People went to the mountain peaks to view the gorgeous star shaped when light dispersed through a hole at sunrise. From the image they reproduced the symbols and read the law.
The main symbols were the right-angled cross that is frequently depicted in the group. This symbol points the way to mountain peaks on every inhabited continent. This type of summit was’Sin-a-I’ which means’sun’s strong eye’. The name of this star was’Ma-r-y’ from’mother’s powerful eye’ and Mary was appointed as the Mother of God by Constantine who established the Catholic faith based on that of Islam, the religion of Babylon.
‘Sun’ can also be’son’,’sin’,’san’ and’sen’, from which comes a varieties of terms used in modern speech and associated with’saints’,’male offspring’, and’sen-t’ or’sun’s cross’ is the way guys were’sent’ to’wed’ Mary. The halo around the heads of so-called saints and holy figures is a representation of their ascent to heaven and transformation into a’sunshine’ or light in the night skies.
The name’Moses’ comes from’m-o-s-I-s’ or more likely from am -o-s’ which means’mother’s circle of light’. It gave the title’moss’ to the rainbow in the water spray of items like water-falls and the plants that grew there were named after it.
He religious children who belong to God need no written laws as they’re connected and the power leads and guides them. Kings and their cohorts have no concept of spirituality and they had a way to pass laws to make people conform to their ways. The laws supposedly given to Moses were intended for this purpose.