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Mount Horeb

Mount Horeb is the holy mountain of Exodus.  It is referred to as “the mountain of God” in Exodus 3:1, and named by Moses “Massah, and Meribah” (Exodus 17:6), where the rock was smited in order to create water for the troups.  [This is also near the site of the battle between the Amalek and the Hebrews.]  Beginning in Chapter 19 of Exodus, however, there is an apparent move “into the wilderness of Sinai” and “to the desert of Sinai”, whereupon Moses, et al, pitched camp at what is now referred to as Mount Sinai.  

Later, after all of the goings on at Mount Sinai, Moses is again told to head for greener pastures (“a land flowing with milk and honey” -- Exodus 33:3), but apparently before going, the children of Israel are stripping “themselves of their ornaments by the mount Horeb.” (Exodus 33:6).  Was there some backtracking here?  Are there two mountains?

In all respects, it appears that Mount Horeb is the one mountain of the one God.  Located in the Sinai wilderness/desert, Horeb is also a mountain of Sinai.  In fact, it was only in the fourth century A.D. that “Mount Sinai” even existed -- apparently given the name by Greek Christian monks almost two thousand years after Moses.  In modern times, the mountain called Gebel Musa -- “Mount of Moses” -- is now the alleged stand-in for the holy mountain, but Mount Horeb is actually the peak now called Mount Serabit, at a location called Serabit el-Khadim. [1]  

Why is this geography lesson important?  Because on Mount Serabit (aka Mount Horeb, the biblical Mount Sinai), there exists an extraordinary archaeological discovery:  A temple dedicated to the Egyptian goddess, Hathor.  One can in fact surmise that Moses was well aware of an operational Egyptian temple in the Sinai, and the Sinai was thus a safe haven for his flock of departing slaves.  Thereafter, the temple was lost to the world until 1904 A.D., when a group of archeologists headed by Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie found the site.

According to Laurence Gardner the real find, however, was “the discovery of a metal-lurgist’s crucible and a considerable amount of pure white powder” [1] on Mount Serabit.  Also on the premises was a mysterious substance called mfkzt, which is referenced dozens of time on wall and stelae inscriptions.  Gardner subsequently gives a convincing argument that the mfkzt -- beside being unpronounceable -- is, in fact, the White Powder of Gold.  What Petrie, et al, had found was an Egyptian laboratory of Alchemy standards.  

“And mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke... and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly.” (Exodus 19:18)  Mount Horeb -- by any other name -- was the place where it was happening!  It was also off limits to anyone not brought up in the Pharaoh’s lineage (e.g. Moses).  “And thou shalt set bounds unto the people round about, saying, Take heed to yourselves, that ye go not up into the mount, or touch the border of it; whosoever toucheth the mount shall be surely put to death.”  (Exodus 19:12)  Whereupon, the narrative continues, suggesting several means by which one might meet an untimely end.  

The real clincher, however, is Exodus 32:20, where Moses took the ill-fated Golden Calf, which the errant Israelites had made, “and burnt it in the fire, and ground it to powder, and strawed it upon the water, and made the children of Israel drink of it.”  [The emphasis on “it” is reminiscent of the Manna, the “What is it?” of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, The Papyrus of Ani.]  The fact that “it” turned out to be an early form of a Kool-Aid mix for the children of Israel, is not some form of “wash-the-mouth-out-with-soap punishment, but instead was for the distinct benefit of the imbibers.  They were receiving the ORME!  

The fact the temple was dedicated to the goddess Hathor is also noteworthy.  Being an aspect of Isis the Great Mother, Hathor had an astounding relevance throughout Egyptian history, with even the Ptolemys (including the last of their line, Cleopatra) continuing the worship of Hathor (when so many other Gods and Goddesses were being ignored).  Hathor was usually shown with horns, symbolizing an upturned, horizontal crescent moon, designed for “knowledge reception”, effectively a divine communication device. [1] [When Michelangelo portrayed Pope Julius II with similar horns, the Church was “somewhat disconcerted” with the idea, but Mikey and Jules may have known better.  The horny Julius may have been representative of Jules having a direct communication link.]  

Also relevant to our discussion is the fact that [1]: “it was from the milk of Hathor that the pharaohs were said to gain their divinity, becoming gods in their own right.  In more ancient Sumerian times, during the days of the original Star Fire ritual, the bloodline kings who were fed with the hormone-rich lunar essence of the Anunnaki goddesses were also said to have been nourished with their milk -- notably that of Ishtar.” [aka Inanna]  

The Mount Horeb Powder Factory was also the source of the Monoatomic Elements, which can achieve Superconductivity and provide a lessened gravitational attraction of very large stones (a means by which The Great Pyramids may have been built).  [2]

It’s just amazing how every little piece fits into an esoteric, all-encompassing puzzle!  


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[1]  Laurence Gardner, Genesis of the Grail Kings, Bantam Press, New York, 1999.

[2]  Laurence Gardner, Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, HarperCollins, London, 2003.


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