Author : Zenon Kelper
One of the greatest challenges in understanding the human drama is the gathering of creditable data that will paint compelling and credible pictures of our history. Through investigation and research in the realms of mythology, history, literature, archeology, theology and psychology, new information is at hand which gives profound insights into Western heritage.
During the middle ages our notions of history was still based on myths and legends. An example of a myth would be Oedipus, a symbol or a fantasy who might not have existed. An example of a legend would be Moses; a hero or ideal who existed as human.
By 1800, the French Revolution saw a budding science: Egyptology, which introduced a succession of historical discoveries that brought eventualy a profound mystery into the light.
From 1900, Egyptologists discovered the hidden Pharaoh named Akhnaton.
By 1930, this discovery was such that many great thinkers like Sigmund Freud, began to suspect a close relationship between Akhnaton and Moses.
In 1960, a controversial astronomer yet intuitive historian, Immanuel Velikovsky, identified a central figure of Sophocles plays as being the historical Pharaoh Akhnaton as Oedipus.
In 1990, the Egyptologist Ahmed Osman published an indepth finding that Akhnaton and Moses were one in the same individual.
Zenon Kelper having devoted two decades to deciphering the three stages of Akhnaton's life: Pharaoh of Egypt, prophet of the Hebrews, and finally one of the initiators of Greece, began to publish his discoveries.
At the present time the Akhnaton mystery seems to be scientifically resolved. However, one cannot imagine how the impact that this discovery will affect our civilization. It is at this point that the mystery begins.
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