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Published on Jan 5, 2016
Much of Scholarship widely accepts that Moses was not a historical person, more of a legendary myth based on even older legendary myths. However, deeper scholarship reveals that the figure of Moses is even more radical than thought of before—a patchwork literary character invented by orthodox priesthood for mass suppression, fused into the narrative of ancient gods that have little to do with Judaism. And much more. Beyond our mining the figure of Moses, we also discuss this Patriarch’s relations to the Gnostics. Finally, we commemorate the life of our dearly departed friend, Acharya S., and what can be done to assist her family and legacy.
Astral Guest—Robert M. Price, author of Moses and Minimalism