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''Sen-en-mut'' (Egyptian glyph; Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Hover over word for MH, xlit & xlatnSen-en-mut; "Mother's brother" (Egyptian glyph; Metropolitan Museum of Art). Ideogram (griffon vulture) faces point to begin reading, i.e., right-to-left, and glyph is read top to bottom – after any deity name is read first.
Glyph: phonogram n (water ripples) Glyph: phonogram n (water ripples) Glyph (T22): phonogram sen (arrowhead; brother) Glyph (T22): phonogram sen (arrowhead; brother) Glyph (G14): phonogram mt, mwt (griffon-vulture; mother) Glyph (G14): phonogram mt, mwt (griffon-vulture; mother) Glyph: phonogram t (a loaf of bread), probably a fem. indicator ending (to mother) Glyph: phonogram t (a loaf of bread), probably a fem. indicator ending (to mother)

Updated: 2013.10.11

Sen-en-mut ostrica - Mosheh (found in his chapel Egypt Museum)
Click to enlargePortrait of Moses (Sen-en-mut ostrica, found in his Chapel, Egypt Museum)

Exactly contrary to some superficial, amateur commentators, the translation, "Mother's brother," perfectly corroborates the relationship of the Pharaonic Princess, Khât-shepset, as the deific mother-Isis figure to Sen-en-mut Horus-Moses, the deific Horus-son figure. The weight of evidence increasingly supports my assertion that this Pharaonic Princess adopted into her Pharaonic house, as her brother, the baby she found floating in the reeds of the Nile and named Sen-en-mut Horus-MosesHorus-incarnate.

In fact, Sen-en-mut can only be identical with Moses: (adopted) brother of Princess Khat-shepset, who was, at the same time, deific mother-Isis to her deific son Horus-Moses!

The historical record of Sen-en-mut's parents demonstrate that Sen-en-mut could only have been his own "mother's brother" if his father had married his aunt – which is exactly the case of Moses!!! As the son of Amᵊram's aunt Yo•khëvëd (Shᵊm•ot 6.20), Moses was simultaneously both his father's son and matriarchal brother. As Moses was the matriarchal brother of her husband, Moses was his mother's brother (in-law) too! But there's a lot more!

Hieroglyph F31, ideogram & phonogram: 3 desert fox tails = ms (incarnate) Hieroglyph N5 ideogram and phonogram: solar disk = Egyptian sun-god, Ra
Sen-en-mut's Father: Ramose; similar to Rameses, sungod-incarnate
Hieroglyph phonogram X1: bread loaf=t, also fem. Hieroglyph phonogram F35: heart with trachea=nfr (beautiful, pleasant) Hieroglyph phonogram F4: lion right forequarter=khat (foremost)
Sen-en-mut's Mother: Khat-neferet, Foremost of Beauty

The similarity between the name of Sen-en-mut's father and Moses' father suggests that the Egyptian name of Sen-en-mut's father is in line with the gâl•ut (in this case, Egyptian) tradition for choosing a counterpart that would sound similar to Moses' father: Amᵊram to Ramose.

The meaning of their names also seem to have a slight correlation; a further similarity to the tradition in the gâl•ut. Ramose means Ra-incarnate, while Amᵊram means "kindred is exalted."

Preservation of the "purity" of the royal Pharaonic blood required meticulous exclusion of breeding with anyone outside of the royal Pharaonic Household. In other words, incest was the rule in the Pharaonic household. Intermarriage with non-royals was prohibited. Even when there was no surviving successor, intermarriage was limited to generals who were next in line to power.

Khat-nefer mother of Sen-en-mut (Metropolitan Museum)
Click to enlargeKhat-nefer, mother of Sen-en-mut (Metropolitan Museum)

Here, it is imperative to interject that "Moses" was raised as a prince, an adoptive brother of Par•oh Khat-shepset; by Pharaonic standards, her second-perfect match after Tut-Moses II – who, inexplicably (!), died soon after she married him. This made Moses her perfect match. (Contrasting Sen-en-mut's (Moses'?) mother's features with the Pharaonic family demonstrates that his mother (as well as Par•oh Khat-shepset's daughter, Princess Neferer and other subsequent Pharaonic descendents), like Sen-en-mut (!), had strikingly un-Egyptian, Semitic features.

No less importantly, the fact that we know Moses only by his Egyptian surname, demonstrates that he (and Yi•sᵊrâ•eil) shunned his Pharaonic family's conspicuous idolatrous prefix: Tut. Scholars who associate his name with the Hebrew verb admit that it is of unknown origin. It is crystal clear to anyone not driven by an agenda that this was part of his Egyptian name: Glyph (F31): ideogram 3 fox tails; phonogram ms; English: incarnate, reborn, born-again

Israelis-Hebrews ca. BCE 701 - Assyrian Sennacherib Lakhish Relief showing hair, beard & dress
Click to enlargeIsraelis-Hebrews ca. BCE 701 – Assyrian Sennacherib Lakhish Relief showing facial features, hair, beard & dress
Israelis-Hebrews ca. BCE 701, Lakhish, Assyrian Exile Sennacherib relief (two Jews, showing hair, beard & dress)
Click to enlargeIsraelis-Hebrews ca. BCE 701 – Lakhish; Assyrian Exile, Sennacherib relief (two Jews, showing facial features, hair, beard & dress)

This also tells us that he had an Egyptian first name that the writers and editors of the Bible refused to note. All of the Egyptian familial evidence, as well as the Scriptural evidence (his deceased, first, "Kushit" (African – Egypt is in Africa) wife (Sen-en-mut, not the deceased Tut-Moses II, was most likely the father of Princess Neferura), bᵊ-Mi•dᵊbar 12.1), suggests that Moses was Sen-en-mut Tut-Moses – and Egyptian General and Chief of Staff, the best-trained military man and national leader in the world, trained from birth by the world's longest-ever enduring superpower.

-- prepared perfectly the right man, in the right situation, with the right stuff for leading the Yᵊtzi•âh!

In this ancient time, infants weren't considered viable by the Hebrews until they reached 30 days old, at which time they were named. It is clear that the infant in the Nile, whom we know today as Moses, had not yet been named when he was placed in the Nile.

Concerning the mother, it must be remembered that Moses' mother, Yo•khëvëd, was brought into the royal Pharaonic Household by Princess Khât-shepset to nurse the infant whom she named [Sen-en-mut Tut?]-Moses. It might be expected, therefore, that Princess Khât-shepset would assign the wet-nurse, Yo•khëvëd (ha-Sheim-honored), an Egyptian name, patterned after her own name: namely, Khat-Neferet (Foremost of beauty).

Found in the Nile as a baby, by a 12-year old princess of the royal Pharaonic Household (Shᵊm•ot 2), the princess certainly identified Moses as Horus-Moses of her native religion; the infant god found in the Nile by his mother, the goddess Isis.

Accordingly, this princess identified herself as Isismother of her new-found Horus-baby in the Nile (paralleling her own Moses-baby in the Nile).

Sen-en-mut tomb Luxor
Click to enlargeSen-en-mut Tomb, Luxor

Then Moses was adopted into the royal Pharaonic household – as her prince-brother – "Mother's brother"! And this happens to be exactly the story of the only mysterious Egyptian Queen-Par•oh of that era who identified with Isis. Even more mysteriously, 20 years after she died, not when she died, her son, having become Par•oh, chiseled away her record from Egyptian history to cover up the greatest and most indescribable affront to Egyptian history. This could only have been the greatest revolt and disgrace of all Egyptian history – the Yᵊtzi•âh! And it's the right era.

Sen-en-mut's tomb is located in Luxor – but he was never buried there!

If Sen-en-mut was Moses, then, in order to shift the blame for the Yᵊtzi•âh, which occurred during his own reign, to his deceased mother, Khât-shepset, Par•oh Tut-Moses III had to fabricate a false record of Prince Moses (Sen-en-mut?) as well as Moses's brother, A •ha•ron, and sister Miryâm, explaining their "new" falsified existence – and even concealing the sacrifice of his eldest son.

The close correlation between the record of Par•oh Tut-Moses III's sons and sisters to Sen-en-mut (and, correspondingly, A •ha•ron and Miryâm is then striking! It appears as if two families were merged into two similar copies, and then one family ceased to exist, some bodies simply vanishing unaccountably.

While the chronology cannot be merged, it could easily have been that he felt (and, clearly, we find it so) his expunging of the history of his mother created enough confusion that the names could not be correlated to people with certainty and, therefore, the chronology was irremediably confused as well.

Par•oh Tut-Moses IIIAmun-em-khatAmun-hotep IIMen-kheperReSa-i-mn-nAkh-hotepNeferet-hor
Ra-mose & Khat-neferAmun-em-khatMinhotepPerreSen-en-mut-Miryâm?

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