alias HERMES TRISMEGISTUS
Author : Zenon Kelper
(vers Version Francaise)
In the book that he worked on for more than twenty years, Sigmund Freud's hypothesis was that Moses had been the disciple of a pharaoh - named Akhnaton - whose reign and history had just been discovered by Egyptologists at Freud's time. Yet, he did not seem to realize that his own analysis did not rule out the possibility that Moses could have been - not only one Akhnaton's followers but - the thirteen century b.c.e Pharaoh Akhnaton himself.
Beside Freud's hypothesis, another scientist, Immanuel Velikovsky showed that the three plays about Oedipus that Sophocles wrote around 400 b.c.e, described the life of Akhnaton precisely. If Velikovsky was right the play Oedipus at Colonus was describing the exile of Akhnaton and his influence on Athens.
Thus Akhnaton would have been obliged to flee from Egypt, left his mark on the Sinai where he initiated the Hebrews with a scripture and certain number of laws, and fled further, as written in the play, to initiate Theseus the founder of Athens.
In order to explore this impactfull hypothesis Caleche launches a collective investigation using the WWW tool to reflect and express the Collective Knowledge of this mystery.
It also gives access to advanced information; such as a lecture given at the United Nations (SEAT - Society for Enlightment And Transformation - Monday April 24 1995) which can be purchased. Browse the following pages to obtain information on this development:
-o- The Mystery
-o- Egyptological Facts
-o- Diagram of the Discovery
-o- Survey of Hermeticism
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