Did God reveal his name to the pharaoh?
Jesus himself said that "the creator has no name" he referred to the Creator as
"the great spirit" just like the Hopi Indians have, and they don't have a bible.
The bible is filled with inaccurate history and myths, if you do your homework
you will find much new information about where these myths came from.
Pharaoh "Akhenaton" and "Moses" were the same person.
There is indisputable proof that they were. Read some of Ralph Ellis work, and many others. The Egyptians kept great records.
Yahweh - Comes from the word "Ra", Ya is Arabic for Ra.
Yahveh or Jahveh was also the volcano god of the Midianite's
People back then did not understand science and nature like we do today.
Ya and Ra are simply the creative force in the universe some call "God".
The barbaric hateful warmonger god Yahweh in the bible, DID NOT EXIST!
The burning bush of Moses was a metaphor for the "Kundalini energy."
All of these stories had a "coded" meaning. Once you know the "code", then
everything in the bible makes sense! But only those who have a burning desire for the truth will find the truth. Not people who set around and wait for some organization to hand deliver it to them. These are lazy minded people and they are not ready for the truth. That is what Jesus meant when he said "those who have eyes to see and ears to hear...."
Christians at the end of a prayer say "Amen."
Amen, Amun, Aten, Aton, Ra, Ya, are all solar gods pictured as a solar disk with wings.
Jehovah's Witnesses have on their early literature the solar disk with wings, who is Ra, or Ya. Today they don't worship the sun of course, but the foundation of all religion came from Egypt, and solar worship.
So we all know there is a Creator, what ever you want to call it, I call it the
"Creator." There is no invisible man or god out there on a throne looking down at you taking notes as to what you do. As Jesus said, "The kingdom of God is within you..." and "Ye are gods...." We are all children of the Creator and part of
Here is some interesting words for your entertainment:
Minister - means "moon star"
Pasture - means "father star"
Hours - comes from solar deity "Horus" the suns journey through the sky.
Egyptians used to say "where is Horus?" now we say "What time is it?"
Minute - moon's movement
second - planet mercury's movement
Hour hand - Horus, the suns movement
Horizon - Horus rising
El - means god as does Ill, Al, All, Sha Sa simply means light or illumination
Is-Ra-El means 3 deities in one "Isis, Ra, El." Israel
"The secret is in the language"
Directly, no. But the plagues revealed the power of the God of the Israelites. Read More
The Torah doesn't actually reveal the Pharaoh's name. Read More
Moses in Exodus. He said tell Pharaoh: my name is I am. Read More
What name did god reveal to moses and what does the name mean why was gods giving of that name so signifigant?
It is Yahweh. God also said I am who I am who I am. Read More
The Pharaoh was considered by his followers to be a god on Earth - false god. Read More
pharaoh* No. Pharaoh is not God. He is a man and therefore not God, for God is not man (Hosea 11:9). Read More
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Yes, a Pharaoh was considered a god, but since we know now that Egyptian gods don't exist than a pharaoh was a human. Read More
Pharaoh was viewed both as the son of a divine god, and the living god Horus. Read More
moses did not ask God for his name, according to the bible, moses grew up in pharaoh palace, he was taken by the daughter of pharaoh when she was going to take her bath in the river where he was put in a basket by his mother because king pharaoh ask the soldiers to kill every male son of the hebrews. Read More
You are born to a Pharaoh. Or are the son of a the sun god. Read More
They belived the pharaoh was a living god. Read More
they believed the Pharaoh was the god horus Read More
To my knowledge King Khufu of Egypt was not so much a god as just an Pharaoh. The pyramid of Giza was made in his name. Read More
An ancient Egyptian Ruler was known as a Pharaoh. The only God that I can think of that was a Pharaoh and a God was Osiris, the original god of farming. Read More
I would say No or yes. But mostly no. Hapi was a god. So if the pharaoh was the son, then he or she would be a god or goddess. Not a pharaoh. So yea the answer is no. Read More
I think god or king because pharaoh means god or ruler. most say king but ruler, king, god they basically mean the same thing. they are all rich, they all have laws (which would be nice to know some of those) and they have servants and workers. Read More
Ra, the sun god, was said to be the first pharaoh. The Egyptians had a myth about this that can be found at egyptianmyths site. (There was more than one pharaoh). Read More
Anubis was never a pharaoh of Egypt, he was a god in the Egyptian religion. Read More
Yes. Names reveal characteristics of the God Family. The name Jesus gave us to address God is 'Father.' Read More
What is the name of that god that Pharaoh brought his dead first son to him and asked him to bring his son back to life?
Annubis. Read More
The full name of the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu (also known as Cheops) was Khnum-Khufu, which means "protected by the god Khnum". Khnum was the ram-headed god of the Nile and pottery. Read More
the pharaoh (and the god hapy) were belived to yhe control the flooding Read More
it was important so that the Pharaoh would be worshiped by his people. Read More
Because the pharaoh had complete control over everything. The pharaoh was believed to be a "god" or in the holy family. Read More
The pharaoh was the king of Egypt. He ruled over the people and made himself a god to them, of course he had no mythological or magical power. Read More
Because the Egyptains thought it meant God in human form. Read More
The pharaoh of Exodus is not identified by name. The most popular candidate is Ramses II, who believed in the polytheistic religion of Egypt, and participated in the Sed festival, where the king was ritually transformed into a god. Read More
She is the mother of Horus: the god incarnation of the Pharaoh. Read More
Pharaoh was the king of Egypt. They believed Pharaoh was half man and half god. Pharaoh was regarded as a living god on earth, the heart and soul of Egypt as it were, and there were many perks to go with the title; nice palace, statues and monuments of the pharaoh, and every luxury which was then available. It was not a bad job. Read More
The egyiptians thought a pharaoh was a god and they could really do whatever they wanted. Read More
The pharaoh was supposedly a god (religious leader) and also a King/Emperor/Pharaoh (government leader). Read More