lundi 13 mars 2017

"Secrets of the Exodus" a book by Messod and Roger Sabbah, presented by Jean-Marie Tasset (Le Figaro - September 20 2000)

Secrets of the Exodus
(J.-M. Tasset's article in Le Figaro translated by Michel Hervé Bertaux-Navoiseau)

You will find below a copy (translated) of the article by Jean-Marie Tasset about "The secrets of the Exodus," by Egyptologists Messod and Roger Sabbah. It was published September 20 2000 in the front page of Le Figaro with a double page inside. Their great discovery is that the Jews have never been enslaved in Egypt where there is no trace of a population of foreign slaves. On the other hand, the Bible counts the banning of a small Egyptian monotheist sect living in Akhetaton, which became the Jews.

Akhenaton and Abraham would be the same man
Jean-Marie Tasset

Two Jewish scholars, Messod and Roger Sabbah, claim to have discovered, after more than twenty years of scrupulous rigorous studies, the hidden meaning of the Bible. The Old Testament would it finally have revealed its secrets? The Hebrew people, that of the Exodus, of which no trace so far was found in ancient Egypt, would - according to two researchers – be no other than the Egyptian population of Akhetaton (Tell el-Amarna today), the capital of Akhenaton, the first monotheistic pharaoh.

Exiled in Canaan around 1344 BC by the future pharaoh Ai, who reigned shortly after Tutankhamen, the monotheistic priests and worthies founded the Kingdom of Yahouda (Judea), forty years after the military campaign of Tutankhamen.

The extraordinary discovery of these researchers, if it turns out exact, does not only reveal the true origin of monotheism, but it also traces the origins of the Hebrew alphabet in hieroglyphics. Messod and Roger Sabbah go still further in their relentless demonstration: they show that Genesis reproduces Egyptian cosmology. The historical figures of the Old Testament: Abraham, Moses, Aaron, Joseph, Sarah, Laban, hide specific Egyptian names and royal titles. According to these two researchers, Abraham would be Akhenaton and Moses the pharaoh Ramses I. As for Sarah, she would be Nefertiti.

The Judeo-Christian world is going to be upset. The scientific community, that of archaeologists and historians will be amazed.

The analysis and examination of the texts of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and Aramaic Bible, as well as of Egyptian hieroglyphs, by Messod and Roger Sabbah, go so far that they challenge the history by which humanity created its collective memory running continuously until the first century AD. This revelation was approached by Jean-François Champollion, the father of modern Egyptology. He wrote: "The real knowledge of ancient Egypt is also important to biblical studies and the sacred criticism must derive numerous clarifications from it." Sigmund Freud, in turn, haunted and fascinated by Moses, proposed the following hypothesis as a result of excavations at Tell el-Amarna, the current site of the ancient capital of Akhenaton: "We would now like to risk this conclusion: If Moses was an Egyptian, if he passed his own religion on to the Jews, it was that of Akhenaton, the religion of Aton. "He added: "If I were a millionaire, I would fund the continuation of excavations ...".

Messod and Roger Sabbah immersed themselves into the reading of the Bible from the exegesis of Rashi (1040 - 1105), a grand master of the written and oral tradition who lived in Troyes where he wrote the commentary on the Old Testament, through studying the Hebrew Pentateuch and the Aramaic Bible. The Bible has never been studied as a component of Egyptology. Although much of the biblical narrative takes place in ancient Egypt, there is no trace of Abraham, Joseph, Moses. For archaeologists, they do not exist. We found no evidence of their presence as they are described in Genesis and Exodus.

Historians liken more or less the Hebrews to the Apiroux or Abirous, or else to the Shasous, at all events to those semi-nomadic peoples of Bedouin who lived on the fringes of Egyptian society. But, according to Messod and Roger Sabbah, it might be the term "Hebrew" which would have been assigned to them by the scribes of the Babylonian era (sixth century BC.) that would have thrown the scholars into confusion.

Then, troubling questions arise if we stick to the biblical narrative: how is it that, in the Egyptian hieroglyphic texts, we did not find the stories or testimonies of the presence of a population who lived four hundred and thirty years in Egypt, including two hundred and ten in slavery under several pharaohs? Is it possible to move to Canaan without any reaction from the Pharaonic authority, knowing that, throughout its history, Egypt administered that province? How can this people, steeped in most of its traditions by the wisdom of Egypt, have so mysteriously disappeared? Why has nothing been found of the presence of the Hebrews in Egypt, in the sand, in the tombs, temples and steles?

These puzzles have been solved by Messod and Roger Sabbah, who give us their research in a book to be published soon, Secrets of the Exodus (1).

Close examination of the murals that adorn the tombs of the Valley of the Kings, the authors discovered hieroglyphs behind the symbols of the Hebrew language.

While there is no record of archaeological and scientific output of the Hebrews from Egypt as described in the Bible, we see that this event corresponds to the expulsion of the inhabitants of the city of monotheistic'Akhenaton. Shortly after the disappearance of the Pharaoh worship of one god, Akhenaton, circa 1344 BC.BC, its capital, Akhet-Aton, the present Tell el-Amarna, is emptied of all its citizens, on the orders of the future pharaoh Ai, who will rule shortly after Tutankhamen. It's the end of the regime monotheistic stirring. This does not mean the end of the one god. The Egyptians of Akhet-Aton expelled in Canaan, a province in ten days' march from the Nile Valley, the Hebrews were not called, but Yahouda (worshipers of Pharaoh), who later founded the kingdom of Yahouda ( Judea). This is confirmed because Messod and Roger Sabbah well have found the letters of the Hebrew alphabet as hieroglyphs. From this comparison, they deciphered the Genesis, which reproduces every feature Egyptian cosmogony.

If we stick to this way of deciphering the Bible, the names of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob, Israel, Laban ... hide the names and Egyptian royal titles specific. Thus, Joseph is the perfect image of the pharaoh Ai as described by Egyptologists.

If you look carefully the story of the Exodus from Egypt from these data, it takes place in several phases:

- Exodus from Akhet-Aton, ordered by Ai, the famous crossing of the Red Sea is actually a traditional image of Egyptian mythology, representing the primordial ocean separated into two by the pharaoh.

- The forty years in the wilderness are inserted exactly between the two military campaigns of Tutankhamen and Sethos first.

- After these four decades, the military expedition of Joshua becomes the pharaoh's Sethos I, confirmed by Egyptologists.

Now, with Messod and Roger Sabbah, the Bible identifies Aaron to Pharaoh Horemheb.

Similarly, Moses is actually the Egyptian general Mosé (Ra-Messou), who became Ramses I.. The authors of Secrets of the Exodus and Joshua show, "servant of Moses," is in fact his first-born son.

So what was the real biblical name of Akhenaton? The mystery is finally solved. The pharaoh is none other monotheistic Abraham, who lived around 1358 BC. BC To date, there stood, without proof, the existence of Abraham around 1900 BC. AD

The biblical account not only respects the chronological order of events that have marked the life of Pharaoh, but also reflects his life and work in perfect harmony with Egyptology: God speaks to God speaks to Abraham = Akhenaton, the sacrifice of Abraham's sacrifice = Akhenaton, breaking with the polytheism of Abraham = father of Akhenaton breaking with polytheism paternal beauty of Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel = the beauty of Nefertiti, Abraham broke the idols of his father Akhenaton = break the idols of his father's religious and political separation between Jacob and Laban = separation between religious and political Akhenaton and his father, Amenhotep III, the intrigues between the wives of Abraham = the intrigues among the wives of 'Akhenaton, Nefertiti = Sarah and Hagar and Kyia.

The work of Roger Sabbah Messod and show that through the Bible, the essence of Egyptian wisdom has come down to us, carried by the oral tradition of the Egyptians who called themselves Hebrews.

(1) Secrets of the Exodus of Messod and Roger Sabbah, published by Jean-Cyrille Godefroy.



with assumption of Sigismund of Cain and Abel


Laban Amenhotep III 1384-1346

Amenhotep IV-Adam Abraham 1358-1340

Semenkharé Abel 1342-1340

Tutankhamun Cain 1342-1340

Ai Joseph 1331-1326

Aaron Horemheb 1326-1299

Ramses first Moses 1299-1297

Sethy first Joshua 1297-1283

Ramses II 1283-1212


(Identical form letters) 

Hebrew letter Hieroglyph 

beth "in" 

daleth god 

Zain scepter of Ptah 

Sacred Ibis thet "Thoth" 

lamed king cobra

(Banner Pharaoh)



Joshua accompanied the Israelites in the desert, according to the orders of Moses. 


Sethos I: "I accompanied him (Ramses I) dissidents in the desert regions."

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