Was A'aferti Ankh-Aten, Prophet Moshe?
If you analize the life, history, religion, god, lifestyle and interaction of A'afeti Ankh-Aten with that of Prophet Moshe then, you will realize that they were one and the same person, but different for the religious fundametalists and for the men, women and children of Hermetism and Archeology divorsed from religion.
by Neferkaptah 8 years ago
Was Prophet Moshe truly A'aferti Ankh-Aten?Names, Religions, Gods and peoples.
by Neferkaptah 8 years ago
Who was the Ancient Egyptian Mos Ankh-Aten?Heretic, One G-d without form or appearance, The first monotheist in recorded history and his life, name, religion and G-d correlates with the biblical prophet Moshe in the Hebrew, Musa in Arabic, Moises in Spanish and Moses in English.
by gulnazahmad 7 years ago
Prophet Muhammad was the most peaceful man on the earth ever and he is and he will be. People who say that religion teaches aggression should know that all the prophets Muhammad, Jesus and Moses who followed their religion to the extremes were the most peaceful human beings. They never invoked any...
by mohitmisra 4 years ago
Guru Nanak the great mystic poet Prophets birth is being celebrated today.What a divine day.Known to enter divine trances since an early age he left his home at the age of 33 to write divine poetry and inspire humanity to find God.http://festivals.iloveindia.com/gurunan … index.htmlHe was a...
by Rishad I Habib 4 years ago
I knw Jesus has a very respected place in Islam, So is Moses. Both are considered prophet & messengers of God in Islam. But how do Christians & Jews explain the prophethood of Mohammad? I know some take him as the messenger of Satan while some think he was a lunatic pervert. What about the...
by TMMason 8 years ago
Again. I will allow Islam to speak for itself. Enjoy.Hadhrat Umme Salmah(RA) narrates that Rasulullah, (Mohhammud),(SAW) said:... After the death of a Ruler there will be some dispute between the people. At that time a citizen of Madina will flee (from Madina) and go to Makkah. While in Makkah,...
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