Ancient texts and a variety of sources indicate that
Moses was an exiled Egyptian
prince who repeatedly attempted to regain his
claim to the throne of the pharaohs
by availing of the context of historical tensions then existing in the Middle
Were the ten plagues of Egypt a stage of
One of Moses' secret burial chambers to be
found in Egypt?
Who were the Levites with their Egyptian
Which kings assisted in the Exodus of Moses
and the Israelites?
What is the meaning of the Bible's story of
"the sun stood still" ?
A coup prevented Moses from ascending the throne of the pharaohs, a
position for which - according to ancient Jewish texts, i.e. the 'Rabbinical
Writings' - he had been designated and educated. A number of rare sources
indicate that Moses continued to intervene in the political affairs of Egypt
from his place of exile in order to regain his claims to the power.
New light and
understanding are now brought to the image of Moses and this "forgotten
feud". This book unfolds the unresolved circumstances behind Moses’
extraordinary role in Egypt and the history of the Hebrews which led to
changes across the Middle East.
Several rare and old
sources reveal that in response to the untimely coup that prevented Moses
from ascending the throne of Egypt - a position for which, according to
ancient Jewish texts (the 'Rabbinical Writings'), he had been designated and
educated, - he instigated a major rebellion with the aid of Hebrew immigrant
workers and of many Egyptians. It was not until the end of this attempt that
these peoples sought another land and their own sovereignty.
The oldest Moses
traditions include information on rare astronomical phenomena, providing a
unique correlation to be revealed between source material and dating. In
addition, archaeological finds illuminate the data of the ancient scriptures
which also seem to provide clues to Moses' secret bases where the people of
the Exodus hid in "the desert" for many years.
A realistic background is
unfolded of the crossing over the Red Sea. For the first time in the history
of scholarship, larger contexts are developed of ancient mystery cults with
religious and magical contents and practices which were also politically
active and powerful in their own ways.
"... a trail-blazing work with revolutionary results ...an amazing experience
every minute. - A high-quality foundation that commands respect in every context
MA Historian, former Headmaster, external History Examiner at the
Universities of Copenhagen, Aarhus and Odense
"... With unbiased
acuteness. - Ove von Spaeth's study represents one of the most potentially
explosive theses in the research history of the Hebrew Bible ...".
Jens-André P. Herbener,
M.A. in Comparative Religion and Semitic philology; - Project Leader of
the New Scholarly Translation into Danish of the Hebrew Bible (Old
Author and researcher, OVE VON SPAETH, is recognized internationally for
his works on the
historical Moses and ancient Egypt. His
explorations provide new orientations and inform on vital areas of culture
and evolution. His research is based on exacting studies in history and
He is also recognized for
work in accurately dating the world's oldest star map and establishing a
scientific methodology. It includes a significant contribution to the chronology
of Egypt and the Moses era.
has carried out extensive research on Egyptian history, archaeology, ancient
star knowledge, religion, anthropology, cultic mystery doctrines, and mythology.
With acute proficiency and years of experience, he researches in depth and
detail the often controversial material.
Credentials, - about the author, statements from a number of scientific
experts and professionals can be found e.g. on these pages:
authordata-4: Reflecting views - and
"The Vanished Successor" : Moses' rebellion, the Israelites, Pharaoh Amenhotep II,
the exodus from Egypt, Joshua, the pillar of the cloud,
pillar of fire, spring sacrifice, the Golden Calf, the Ten
Commandments, the Levites, the desert journey, the
promised land, Canaan, Jericho, astronomical mystery,
chronology, historians of antiquity, Sinai, alphabet
invention, Cadmus, cultural history, archaeology,
anthropology, religious history, the Bible, the Talmud,
the Rabbinical Writings, the five Books of Moses, the Old Testament,
Egyptology, Ove von Spaeth, Philo,
Josephus, the Talmud, Jethro, Hatshepsut, Thebes, Tuthmosis III,
Many people are familiar with the expression 'Exodus', not least from
movies and books about the hard fate of the Jews - and it is originally
affiliated with the exodus of Moses and the Israelites from Egypt. Up to
now, insufficient evidence of this event has caused doubt about this
focal point of the Bible and about whether this story about the Jews
ever actually occurred. And if it did, when did it happen?
Astonishing finds and
evidence shed light on the historical circumstances including whether
the "Promised Land of Canaan" had been promised to others before the
It has long been
asserted, without substantiation that Ramses II was the "harsh Pharaoh"
mentioned in the Bible. But the historians of ancient times - as well as
new data from modern astronomical dating of the epoch - already indicate
that in reality Amenhotep II was the persecutor of the Israelites in the
15th century BC, i.e., 200 years before Ramses II.
After his 26-year reign,
Amenhotep did not - as opposed to other important pharaohs - leave
behind numerous edifices: Egypt seems to have lost a large number of
workers during his reign. Could this be due to factors such as Moses'
successful leadership of the exodus?
For the first time ever,
a military and historical analysis of the exodus from Egypt and the
invasion of Canaan is proven to be not only possible but probable - in
contrast to recent theological theories. This is the first time a study
has focused on the identity of the "first born" who were killed at the
time of the exodus. It traces the date of the action. The date of fall
of Jericho is based on the chapter in Joshua about "The day the sun
stood still"; the logical scientific information is presented explaining
this mysterious astronomical phenomenon described in the Bible.
The author has
open-mindedly ventured to ask the right questions, including those of
controversial sources in archaeology and ancient texts that reflect the
life of Moses as drastically different than the current perception - and
actually end up corroborating Moses' biblical and historical activities.
(Inside front cover:)
"... A depiction of Moses' integral role
in the early history of the Israelites, the likes of which - by virtue
of its abundance of details and ideas, plausibility and originality -
has perhaps never been seen before ...the reader should be forewarned,
however. This book presents an unexpectedly simple solution and as such
can hardly be read without forcing the reader to change his or her view
of the biblical scriptures ...".
Jens-André P. Herbener, M.A. in Comparative Religion
and Semitic Philology; - Project Leader at The Royal Library, of the New
Scholarly Translation into Danish of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)
From reviews on "The Vanished Successor", vol. 3 of the
"... An impressive
work, fascinating reading: interdisciplinary research into the historical Moses.
- Critical expert theologians have felt enormously offended by the fact that a
non-theologian dares to infringe on their territory and observes connections
which are insignificant to them ...".
- Niels Aarup,
M.A. in Theology, Vicar, - Journal of the Vicars' Association
"... In his books on the
important information about Moses, Danish writer and Moses researcher Ove von
Spaeth presents important information on the life of Moses and Moses'
significance to the origins of Judaism. For this reason, von Spaeth's extensive,
highly respected research and extremely well-documented conclusions are a
weighty contribution to the debate on and understanding of the Jewish people. -
Refreshing by exposing this new, unprejudiced view of the background of a problem
which has plagued humanity for such a long time ...".
Christiansen, expert opinion, contributor to DR (National) radio
programme "Herrevaerelset", permanent text at the Danish Broadcasting
"... substantiated by
hundreds of sources supplemented by a veritable deluge of specific examples. -
Enthralling and communicated with a contagious engagement. A true goldmine of
studies performed with rare insight and qualified understanding ... ".
- Jens Jorgensen,
MA Historian, former Headmaster, external History Examiner at the Universities of Copenhagen,
Aarhus and Odense, - Sjaellands Tidende, Daily
"... New Research on
Moses: Fascination research done by a Danish scholar into the historical Moses.
While I may not necessarily concur with some of Ove von Spaeth's conclusions
regarding the religion's aspects of Moses, I find his historical research into
who Moses was to be fascinating and possible very accurate. In the very least,
human flesh is put upon Moses by looking outside of biblical traditions to place
him in a wide historical setting. ...".
- Ray L. Kaliss,
The Genesis Letters, -
interpretation of the figure of Moses ... Ove von Spaeth is steadily an acute and
captivating scientific explorer whose interpretations of the figure of Moses
should be followed with great attention ...".
F.J. Billeskov Jansen, Ph.D., Professor, at the University of
Copenhagen, - Politiken, daily
Said about Ove von Spaeth's entire "Assassinating Moses"-series, VOLUMES 1-5:
Super inter-disciplinary - extremely thorough studies
Ove von Spaeth has succeeded in presenting the results in a
language and a style accessible to the man in the street. The books
receives top marks for their presentation tasks.
"... Ove von Spaeth,
author of a work translated as "Assassinating Moses", has made the following
identification already, but it is rather obvious once one realizes the avataric
nature of the original Moses. For Amram would appear to be an abbreviation of
Amun-Re in the manner one finds, peculiarly enough, the names of the cities of
Eastern Europe shortened in the language of Eastern Yiddish. - And "Sir Flinders
Petrie," as quoted by Robert Graves in The White Goddess, "holds that Moses is
an Egyptian word meaning 'unfathered son of a princess'." This story becomes
more familiar by the moment. ..."
- Stephen E.
Franklin, Alignment of Hebrew and Egyptian Chronologies, -
"... Not only has Ove von
Spaeth devoted his life to the research and communication of his discoveries in
this field - he has also been able to handle the task to such a degree where his
research is bound to result in occupying an important position in history. ..."
- Erling Haagensen,
Writer and Film Director, Member of Danish Film Directors, -
: The Vanished Successor
- Rediscovering the Hidden War Leading to Exodus - ASSASSINATING
In Danish: "Den Forsvundne
Tronarving (Attentatet på Moses, Vol.3) / by Ove von Spaeth
pp. 255, soft cover, DKK: 125, - illstr.,
facsims., maps, plans.
Includes bibliography and index.
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A special treasure of knowledge and wisdom
of Greece, Rome, and the Renaissance had originated in Ancient Egypt -
and was here known to connect also with the historical Moses' dramatic
fate and mystery.
Ove von Spaeth has
written an intriguing, new-orientating work presenting this still
influential background of our civilization. • His interdisciplinary
research on history, archaeology, and anthropology goes deeply into
Egyptian tradition, history of religion, initiation cults, star-knowledge,
and mythology - relating to biblical studies, the Rabbinical Writings,
and the authors of Antiquity. • Each volume offers unique insights not
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