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Ove von Spaeth
History and Knowledge:
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On this page the "Fragments of a portrait, by quotations" were chosen and the collection edited - by: Merete Gundersen, Writer, Lecturer, and Publisher, - and by: Bjorn Andersen, MA in literature and linguistics, Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, Writer, Journalist DJF, and former Programme Editor at the Danish National Broadcast and Television.
 

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          "Broad vision and a proper perspective. - I have greatly increased my knowledge of the ancient Egyptians and the very diligent Jewish writers in this book, but I am unable to verify the rabbinical placement of Moses. I am profoundly impressed by Ove von Spaeth's vast knowledge."
          "Danish author Ove von Spaeth appears to be one of Denmark's boldest scientists. - He takes a distinctive approach as a historian. To himself he prefers a rather withdrawn life - with no interviews or being a motif for the photographers of the press. Better, von Spaeth fills the imagination of his readers with his discoveries about Moses ...(and) has prepared a brilliant, logical solution or true stroke of genius."
          "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 in Literature Science, at the University of Copenhagen, - Politiken, daily

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          "There are large gaps in the knowledge of official research in several of the same topics presented in the book. And a good many researchers with an urge for authoritarian "truth" in this world shy away from openly admitting the size of these gaps. The writer's knowledge and unprejudiced vision in this regard actually outdistance with sophisticated expertise the researchers who only think of imparting knowledge on what was agreed once upon a time."
          - Jens Jorgensen, MA Historian, external history examiner at the Universities of Copenhagen, Aarhus and Odense, former Headmaster, - Sjaellands Tidende, daily

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          "The findings are very ingenious and admirable, and quite surprising considering the apparent lack of interest of the Egyptians in this sort of astronomy.
          - Owen Gingerich, Research Professor in Astronomy and the History of Science, The Harvard-Smithsonian Institution, Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge Mass.

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          "A fascinating, coherent, interdisciplinary depiction of the origins of the prophet ...the Danish independent scholar and polymath, Ove von Spaeth, who after a supreme effort lasting many years may convince us that he has traced the origin and subsequent life history of Moses in a true deluge of sources. - With nothing less than formidable control of historical developments and interaction within the Mediterranean region and the Near East, Ove von Spaeth pieces together a profoundly fascinating puzzle that may very well turn out to be a true portrayal of Moses and his life."
          - Steen Voigt, Science editor, - Berlingske Tidende, daily

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          "It is a Master-work …in my eyes anyway ...and would rate alongside the works of Flinders Petrie (founder of scientific Egyptian archaeology) ...believe me, the archaeological world need more Ove von Spaeth-s."
          - Pat-Moby, - mobydoc, The Ellen Lloyd Discussiongroup, ancient-history: the Pleiades and the Senmut Star-map

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Your books about Moses ... How impressive what you have achieved in this field. Is it internationally known what is obtained here, about an essential period in the history of our civilization? Unfortunately, Danish language is not spoken or read by so many outside the frontiers of this country. I give the best wishes for your work - and send many greetings."
          - Bent Melchior
, former Chief Rabbi of Denmark, (1360 Copenhagen K)

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          "Rightly, Ove von Spaeth has chosen a vivid style in order to reach a wider circle of readers than mere specialists. Furthermore, his work is inter-disciplinary to an exceptional degree based on extensive and thorough studies within history, theology, archaeology, and history of religion, as well as history of astronomy. - The author argues that the Moses tradition in source material from Egyptology, the Bible, the Rabbinical Texts, and from a number of historians of antiquity also reflects special astronomical phenomena.
          With zeal and flair Ove von Spaeth has collected evidence from widely different sources to support his main thesis regarding Moses and his status and place in history. As a historian of astronomy I find the basic assumption worth testing in relation to biblical research, Egyptology, archaeology as well as general history."
          - Kristian Peder Moesgaard, D.Sc. Professor, History of Science Department, Aarhus University, and Director of the Steno Museum, The Danish National Museum for the History of Science, Aarhus University

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          "This is a recommendation, a recommendation of an unusual piece of work, and the adjective 'unusual' should be taken in the most positive sense of the word imaginable. - This is the BOOK about Moses, truly a revolutionary work. - A stringent, disciplined work - and it reads like an exciting novel; an epoch-making interpretation!"
          - Jes P. Asmussen, Ph.D. et Theology, Professor, - at the Carsten Niebuhr Department of Near East Studies, University of Copenhagen

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          "The author's fluently rapid style should be emphasized, too. He has a rare aptitude for passing on an extremely complex and sometimes not very accessible subject matter in a vivid yet logically structured and easily understood manner.
           Forming a sharp contrast to the short-sighted academics of modernity, finding in ancient literature merely words, Ove von Spaeth finds its imposing spirit, too. In other words one feels enriched as a human being, not just intellectually enlightened, when he with unusual insight and understanding explains the religious rationale behind innumerable phenomena of history as well as present time. Having read this work nobody will doubt the obvious relevance to modern people of studying antiquity. -
          No researcher has previously turned his or her attention on these matters which obviously deserve a wider audience. Ove von Spaeth truly risks his neck - which a genuine researcher must be willing to do, by the way, unless he is content to be a book-keeper. One thing is certain, however: Ove von Spaeth has thrown down an impressive inter-disciplinary gauntlet that cannot be ignored."
          - Jens-André P. Herbener, M.A. in Comparative Religion and Semitic Philology; Project leader, at The Royal National Library of Denmark, of the New Scholarly Translation into Danish of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)

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         "Your article on the Senmut ceiling, with so many interesting observations."
          - Erik Hornung, Professor Dr., Ägyptologisches Seminar der Universität, Basel, Switzerland

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          "Cross-bordering. - An Important Place in History: It is a great pleasure for me to have the opportunity to recommend to the readers a close acquaintance with Ove von Spaeth, the Researcher and Writer. Ove von Spaeth belongs to a minor circle of persons, who have distinguished themselves through history by being able to make use of their eminent abilities and without being dependent of our society's established hierarchic structures and habitual thinking.
         
Ove von Spaeth's research is interdisciplinary and is being carried out in borderlands, for instance between Humanities (also as spiritual studies) and natural science. This area represents an insatiable demand for comparative and cross-border research. However, the area is a total desert in respect of established researchers' investigations.
         
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.
          But as is the case with everybody within the mentioned circle of persons - with no exception - only the future, and unfortunately to a minor degree the present, will appreciate the importance of this research. As it is, I am honoured to have the privilege of
apprising Ove von Spaeth's thoughts and results."
          - Erling Haagensen, Writer and Film Director, Member of Danish Film Directors, - www.merling.dk

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"On the basis of my translation/interpretation of Tycho Brahe's "Urania Titania", the ancient horoscopes being published in this connection are historically reconstructed by Mr. Ove von Spaeth, who for many years has been researching on the history of astronomy. I am very grateful, not only for this great work but also for his invaluable contribution to a better understanding of the astrological texts of the poem "Urania Titani".
          - Peter Zeeberg, Ph.D. in Latin language, Professor at The University of Copenhagen, - Preword in his book on the Tycho Brahe poem, 'Urania Titania' (Renaissance Studies, Vol.7, Museum Tusculanum)

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          "The statements from renowned researchers and professionals on the cover and in the preface bear witness to the respect surrounding his work which is bordering on history and prehistory."
          - Helle Winther Olsen, Senior Lecturer, - Library Lecturers' Reviews, Danish Register of Books


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          "Ove von Spaeth goes over the numerous, cultural-historical threads with a fine-toothed comb and "old-fashioned" spirit of research. Ove von Spaeth manages to establish a deeper understanding of a historical cultural tradition such as the Law of Moses and avoids the pitfall in which everything boils down to "an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth". - A polymath's tour de force that deserves a comprehensive readership of careful readers and which definitely can and should serve as a source of inspiration several generations ahead."
          - Rune Engelbreth Larsen, M.A., History of Ideas; & History of Religion, - Grafen Literary Magazine

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          "I share with you an affinity for ancient Egyptian history, of which you are an authority. On two occasions, in 1962 and 1992, I had an opportunity to visit Egypt. As I gazed upon the Pyramids that have withstood the times of human history, I found myself deep in thought and marvelled at Egypt's abundant, ancient wisdom that offers humanity sound lessons for overcoming the problems encountered in an increasingly turbulent contemporary society. ... It is my sincere hope that through exchanges that heighten peace, culture and education founded on Buddhist humanism we can further expand multi-fold paths of mutual trust. ... Heartfelt wishes for further success in your important endeavours."
          - Daisaku Ikeda, President of Soka Gakkai International, Tokyo, letter28Dec2005

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          "After having read about the history of reincarnation, I have picked up orientation further into your work and from the library I have also got your other books about Moses - indeed, they are impressive."
          - Aage Henriksen, Ph.D., Professor in Literature Science, University of Copenhagen

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          "Heinrich Schliemann, who proved more than a hundred years ago that the Homeric poems were based on historical facts. Just like Ove von Spaeth, who gave up his job as a printer, Schliemann discontinued his job as a merchant, in order to start finding proofs of his hypothesis. Followed by a lot of adversity and mocking, sarcasm and shake of heads from the learned people, Schliemann found his Troy … This could be one aspect for the Danish parallel to Schliemann."
          - Flemming Chr. Nielsen, B.Sc., Editor, Writer, - Jyllands-Posten, daily

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          "He (Ove von Spaeth) is our guide on a wonderful journey to the Meccas of the mysteries of religion and to the cradle of our culture and religion. His ability to synthesize so many religious, historical and archaeological lines of thought is quite an achievement and communicating it to others is an even greater exploit. ...Ove von Spaeth writes in a light style without excessively long theoretical links - within the religious and historical material. This is knowledge that has unfortunately been met by thundering silence in some
circles. Never have I seen or read such an intensely work as his books on the historical Moses."
          - Cathrine Oppenheim, Sub-editor - Stjernerne Journal

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          "This important and fascinating paper, many congratulations on the research - it is a major advance. (Years ago I did an English translation - not published so far - of E.M. Antoniadi's book on Egyptian astronomy)."
          - Sir Patrick Moore, D.Sc., Astronomer, CBE, FRAS, BBC Science editor, Selsey, England

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"Ove von Spaeth's work has the potential to change our present view of the historical sequence of events in the Near East in the second millennium B.C."
          - Leo Hjortsoe, University Lecturer in
Classical Philology, - the University of Copenhagen

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          "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 book receives top marks for its presentation tasks."
          - Ejgil Soeholm, M.A. in Literature Science, Chief Research Librarian, Writer, - Jyllands-Posten, daily

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          "I have not been able to devote much time recently to our project (of the single-volume issue of your book-series on the historical Moses), as I was unexpectedly buried in a huge editing task, brought about by Random House having decided to bring out another edition of "Holy Blood, Holy Grail". - I will write an introduction for you! Meanwhile, I'm aware that there's quite a bit of sorting out to do on our eventual opus."
          - Henry Lincoln, Writer, Researcher, - Cooper Hill, Todenham, Moreton-in-Marsh, England

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          "Your efforts are unique, and soon many more people will come forward with the wish to inform additionally about the new knowledge on the ancient historical drama you have discovered. Concerning the characteristics of the opposition from some press medias, not least among certain academic reviewers - you seem to be up against something which once was denounced as forces of darkness. You deserve all our admiration for your indomitable search, your energy, and your dynamics and dauntlessness - and of course the hope that 'once the world will understand'... "
          - Jacob Ludvigsen, Journalist DJF, Writer, Editor, - DK-3740 Svaneke

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          "His incredible systematic and detailed research is a cornucopia of enlightening information about the life and deed of Moses and is transferred to us in a vivid language. - I can only repeat my great admiration for the impressive research, its logical conclusions, and the inspiring way of writing. Obviously the resistance that especially Ove von Spaeth's books are being met with from some Egyptologists and many academic theologians is a result of a hurt, professional pride, or let us just use the correct designation, i.e. envy. At this moment a number of Egyptologists and theologians would wish that it was they who had presented this research for gaping and jubilant colleagues!"
          - Erik Ansvang, Writer, Lecturer, Course Instructor, Guide for Egypt-touring

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          "Concerning Moses, the immensely strong archetype and cultural figure in the mind of the western world, a remarkable world-class research work has now been carried out by Ove von Spaeth. With his detailed insight in quite a number of interdisciplinary studies and his rare ability to create syntheses, Ove von Spaeth is able to prove connections of sources establishing a new comprehensive picture of Moses.
          With a firm base in existing facts he "in a renewing way writes the history" and extends conspicuously the perspective on the introduction to the religion and the cultural impulse which so thoroughly has shaped us in our part of the world. This is a most welcome and needed renewal of our ideas about central impulses as to the cradle of our European culture."
          - Søren Hauge, M.A. in Intellectual History and Philosophy, Writer, and Lecturer

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          "I did not know that the majority of the "learned" world considered Moses a fictive person. It made me very happy that I found your books about Moses at the library... I know that you are more than aware of the opposition because of the work you are doing, but you may also know so well how to protect yourself, otherwise you would not have come this far. "Popularity" is not necessarily a blessing, and even if it is positive you should be better prepared than for war if you want to stick to your track all the way through. Thank you for your work."
          - Lena Rotenberg, - Educational Consultant and Deputy Chief Assessor for the International Baccalaureate Organization's Theory of Knowledge Course

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"We congratulate for the discovery and we wish you good luck with the further investigations."
          - George V. Coyne, S.J., Director of Specula Vaticana (Vatican Observatory) - & Gustav Teres, S.J., astronomer, Città del Vaticano, Castel Gandolfo, Italy

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          "The Project description about the structure and goals of the entire huge project I find extremely successful, - elements and arguments refreshingly clearly presented, in fact the points are very concretely defined. As regards stylistic and structural implementing it is absolutely among some of the very best textual works Ove von Spaeth has produced. On the whole well written, a great appetizer so I got the urge to read more of his things."
          - L. Steen Larsen, Ph.D. in History of Religions, Associate Professor at the University of Lund, Sweden, - Department of History and Anthropology of Religions

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          "Ove von Spaeth enchants us with age-old knowledge rewritten in contemporary language so everyone can participate in following the promising journey of Moses on several levels many thousands of years ago. A masterpiece that simply must be read, and readers will benefit and advance even further by reading it more than
once.  A presentation, which even penetrates enigmatic mysteries, making the reader rejoicing in enthusiasm."
          - Ulla Runchel, Futurologist, Researcher, Writer, - www.forvandlingskuglen.webbyen.dk

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          "The writer has spent more than 20 years on his studies and worked with these magnificent books - described by science as "future biblical research", "broader spectra of source material than other researchers in this line", "history-making interpretation", etc. - and about human enrichment, exciting perspectives and incredibly informing history writing. -
          It is an achievement to be able to write about such distant years with thorough documentation - (and) it requires a huge amount of self-discipline... The many years of work absorbed Ove von Spaeth almost completely. The work has been so important to him that material occupations and other sorts of well-being became insignificant to his way of living. He does not flaunt (any) status; to him that is of no value. Most professional reviewers have seen this work as the best documented solution in modern research to the Moses question."
          - Finn Bentzen,
Editor-in-Chief, - J.A.K. Magazine, quarterly

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          "Regarding Ove von Spaeth's book-series about the historical Moses and Egypt: it comprises 25 years of concentrated research and the results - released through 5 unique works and in addition a special dissertation, the pioneering work on dating the world's oldest star map (Egyptian). In all, it is the most ambitious undertaking of research in the genre of religious-cultural and historical studies... it is also the most comprehensive interdisciplinary science project in this field carried out by a single individual."
          - Hans Baron Anckarstjerna, Historian, Editor-in-chief, Journalist DJF, - Swedano Journal


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As far as research is concerned, Ove von Spaeth has passed the major test of apprenticeship long ago with his treatise on the ancient Egyptian star map, the oldest star map in the world - and in addition the master test with his five volume work about the historical Moses. A hallmark of quality, also striking in his many articles. All seeking persons can find answers in Ove von Spaeth's texts informing women and men of today, the teacher, the priest, and in particular the researcher - here, everybody can find the most unique and subtle information. Such concentrated knowledge in such a way of clarity and wisdom is hard to find elsewhere ...
          Ove von Spaeth's books presenting knowledge beyond the ordinary - his texts are new groundbreaking research being known all over the world. At many universities around the world the contents of his books are discussed and young researchers in particular are very concerned about his pioneering findings ...
          He writes in a special manner, which in a sense is of the old ideal, yet contemporary, and he uses a special technique and providing a new way of looking at things. At the same time it is genuine fine research also with such an extremely richness of sources and references, and the author being in total control of the matters when he writes. It is unique."
          - Merete Gundersen, Writer, Senior Lecturer, and Publisher, - www.siqintelligens.dk


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          "I read with interest your text - about 'alchemy mysteries, with Moses, Tycho Brahe, Newton, and Jung' - all of which holds great erudition and insight."
          - Johannes Fabricius, Dr.med et Phil., Professor Ph.D. at Blaagaard National College for Teachers, Copenhagen.


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In his books on the important information about Moses, Danish writer and researcher Ove von Spaeth presents extraordinary knowledge on the life of Moses and Moses' importance 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 and understanding of the Jewish people. - Refreshing by exposing this new, unprejudiced view of the background."
          - Randi Christiansen, expert opinion, Contributor to DR (National) radio programme "Herrevaerelset", permanent text at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation's website.

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          "Like so many others I have read your books on Moses with great pleasure and surprise - surprise as to your abilities to search where it is necessary to search if one needs an answer and does not only want to "shine" among "ruminants". - I have especially liked these features:
-   your exciting reading written for me and everybody, served in a way so that everything goes down voluntarily, if only the eyes and the fingers can keep the pace,
-   that you weave in the sources in the text in an easily readable way - far better than a source summary. This was initially supportive of one's growing wish to recognize the fact that you are right in your hypotheses, and later of one's own conviction on these."
          - H. Asbjorn Christensen, DK-8220 Brabrand

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          "His approach - a combination of modern astronomical and mathematical evidence with archaeological materials and Egyptology - allows for a fuller understanding of the development of astronomy in ancient Egypt and to provide important chronological evidence. Ove von Spaeth's treatise takes a thoughtful and reflective leap in this direction and brings startling new light upon the skies of the Senmut star map."
          - Anu Kumar
, Ph.D. in English Literature, Pittsburgh University, and M.A. in Sanskrit Studies, Copenhagen University

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          "First and foremost he is known for his impressive, innovative, and very excitingly written work of five books about the historical Moses, a treatise which in this country has aroused both the greatest recognition as well as the greatest debate in many years in this field ...
          In his intense and comprehensive studies of star knowledge in Ancient Egypt, Mr. Ove von Spaeth has succeeded in wringing out so far unknown information of the oldest star map of the world. - And last but not least: in addition to his meticulous research and his ability to understand events and religious life of ancient times, Mr. Ove von Spaeth is a marvellous narrator. He makes us turn things upside down once again. And we really need that!"
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Bjorn Andersen, MA in literature and linguistics, Adjunct Lecturer at the Copenhagen University, Writer, Journalist DJF, and former Programme Editor at the Danish Broadcast and National Television

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          "Mr. Ove von Spaeth's background is not the current, scientific education, but rather an interdisciplinary knowledge and a huge long-life-collected material of sources. Indeed, his books about Moses are not appreciated in certain circles at the Parnassus. However, a more fair consideration of controversial points of criticism should be initiated - for instance instead of this cheap and scornful non-scientifical rejection that much to my personal amazement I as a listener witnessed in a lecture hall at the University of Copenhagen on 23rd November, 2003, at a meeting with the Danish Egyptology Society.  
          Everything considered, the thoughts and ideas of this writer and researcher deserve broader dissemination, because so much are definitely suitable for further debate and information, and are able to present some of history's recognized truths in unusual, new, unconventional cohesions leading to engagement and inspiration and further concentration on the subjects. 
          In particular through Mr. Ove von Spaeth's humongous work with the book-series on Moses that I know him as an enthusiastic, engaged, and very serious person, who does not claim to know the truth, but only suggests other and untraditional angles of interpretation."
          Ole Henningsen, Co-Editor, SUFOI Journal

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With his work von Spaeth has brought back one of the great personalities of history from the misty world of myths - to which he has been relegated - now reinstalled into sheer reality. But during this endeavour the author has also been able to prove a very close connection between the ancient Egyptian perception of the world and a modern perceived realistic initiation psychology, this breathing new life and meaning into the gradually sectarian, petrified Christianity. In fact, via von Spaeth the Moses of 3,500 years ago becomes a life-giving source for modern people.
          At all times von Spaeth will find his supporters among psychologically and philosophically orientated historians. Nietzsche would have nodded approvingly at von Spaeth's - by the way - outstanding interpretation of Christianity's evolution from primary Christianity, its fall, and its ability to stay alive by means of secretly returning to its Egyptian roots and draw nourishment from that, and how this hidden side of Christianity all of a sudden came into flower as the humanistic movement of the Renaissance. - Ove von Spaeth says in photo-negative the same as Nietzsche in Antichrist. And so far also Kierkegaard, where he claims that modern ecclesiastical Christianity is diluted rubbish and being almost the opposite of the original meaning.
          Sigmund Freud would have accepted - as a matter of course - von Spaeth's hypothetical basis, which makes Moses an Egyptian. "The Egyptian factor" as von Spaeth calls it - as being also a fundamental element in living Christianity - would have been acceptable to different history authors such as Oswald Spengler and Egon Friedell. And the close relation between Christianity and Buddhism - it is this relation Wagner deals with in "Parsifal". Obviously, Carl G. Jung would have taken von Spaeth's side. - In today's England a man like Colin Wilson would not feel alienated to von Spaeth's ideas
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          The documentation presented here by von Spaeth is hard to escape. ... A central basis of the analysis of his texts is von Spaeth's use of a principle adopted by Max Weber, the sociologist and anthropologist, who calls it "Verstehen". - A fascinating world opens up under Ove von Spaeth's magnifying glass."
          - Jurij Moskvitin, Philosopher, Mathematician, Writer, formerly a Reviewer for the Copenhagen newspaper "Politiken" and occasionally for Danish national television - and author of the classic "The Origin of the Thought."
 

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          "With regard to Ove von Spaeth, I have to be perfectly true. This man is indeed unique. Time after time - again and again, I am amazed by his texts. Perhaps they're not always the quickest books to read that's true, but calmly studying them provides much more value, enlightenment, and knowledge. Ove von Spaeth is knowledgeable of historical sciences and possesses amazing knowledge, but I am more astonished by everything else he is in addition: surprisingly well informed on astronomy, philosophy, history from antiquity to the present, legends, traditions, sagas and myths, studied in the Bible, and linguistically oriented in Hebrew, Greek, Latin and more.
          But among the best attributes of all is Ove von Spaeth's ability to intuitively pursue comparative, open-minded studies and research so that every source and aspect illustrates the matters and makes his texts as important - and valuable. This is more than good - it is unique excellence.
          What impresses me and that which I find to be of particular interest is the entire Biblical-astronomical research presented throughout the texts. Von Spaeth propels the Bible and its books into an overwhelming light of knowledge, insight, and wisdom - a truly divine source of eternal wonder in continual development. I  know  what I'm talking about when I assess his work. But most of all,  he knows what he's talking about."

Henning Breindahl, Writer, Member of Dansk Forfatterforening (DFf) (Society of Danish Authors)


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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 presented before.
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