Tag Archives: Ahmed Osman

Chapter 9, Joseph’s Mummy in the Cairo Museum – Part 6

This is a part 6 of my review of Ahmed Osman’s book Lost City of Exodus. Chapters 6 through 8 are intentionally left out of this online edition of the review, but are likely to appear in the printed edition … Continue reading

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Chapter 5, Freud’s Dream – Part 5

This is a continuation of my review of Ahmed Osman’s book Lost City of Exodus. The introductory is here. Chapter 4 was intentionally left without a review. In the fifth chapter, Osman informs his readers that Sigmund Freud, a world-famous … Continue reading

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Chapter 2, Who Wrote the Exodus Story – Part 3

In the second chapter, Osman begins discussing the authenticity of the narratives outlined in the Book of Exodus. The authorship of Exodus has been debated for hundreds of years with no real consensus on the matter. Osman relates information regarding … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost City of Exodus – Part 2

Chapter 1, The Story of the Exodus Osman starts out with providing a backdrop for the reader with the Biblical narrative concerning Abraham and Sarah arriving in Egypt. He then shares the narrative concerning Joseph in the Pharaohs house, being … Continue reading

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Pharaoh Smenkhkare in Ahmed Osman’s Writings

Quotes concerning Pharaoh Smenkhkare from the book Moses and Akhenaten, Bear and Company, copyright 1990, 2002, by Ahmed Osman. Available at this link. Osman uses the spelling “Semenkhkare”, whereas the traditional rendering among adherents of the Religion of Light in … Continue reading

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