Posted on Oct 20 2011

(Includes a comparison between Moses and

Moses is a role that is similar to
Vyasa in that it relates to giving knowledge and giving guidance. However, Moses relates to those in the line of Abraham; whereas Vyasa is a role relating to the Deity Religion.

Just as many human instruments used the role of
Vyasa, while getting the Hindu scriptures written, many human instruments also used the role of Moses while getting the scriptures written for those in the line of Abraham. Actually, there is only one role of Moses and Vyasa, but many (human instruments) were getting the work of Vyasa and Moses done. 

Just as Vyasa is a role reflecting God's role on earth; Moses is also a role reflecting God's role on earth. But in the Copper Age, the human beings using these roles began to be seen as Vyasa and Moses. This was why the role of Moses was portrayed as being like Elohim. For example, in Exodus 4:16, it is said:

"He will speak to the people for you, and it will be as if he were your mouth and as if you [Moses] were Elohim to him [Aaron]... ,".

In the Hebrew Bible,
Elohim was used to refer to God and to His human instruments on earth. This was why Elohim refers to both, the pagan deities and to the God of Israel (in a plural and singular manner). It should be noted that, at the beginning of the Copper Age, Deity Souls had participated in the development of the Hebrew religion. These Deity Souls who were participating within the Hebrew religion, at the beginning of the Copper Age, can be seen as the initial group in the line of Abraham because they paved the way for those in the line of Abraham.

God uses human instruments to play His role. Thus, in the Copper Age, those who used the role of Moses were portrayed as receiving God's instructions for the establishment of the religions in the line of Abraham.

Moses was a role like that of a sage (just as
Vyasa was portrayed as a sage). One of the reasons why Moses was not portrayed like a god on earth (like Enki and Krishna) was that "the Hebrew religion were meant for non-deity souls". The Deity Souls  were gods and goddesses on earth in the first half Cycle. But those in the line of Abraham were never like gods and goddesses on earth. Thus, Moses was not portrayed as a 'god' on earth.

Post 2 (posted on Oct 24 2011):

More on Moses can be found at:

Exodus, Moses, Ramses, Joshua and World Rule


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