He hated and feared them, so had them treated like slaves, but they kept prospering, so he ordered his soldiers to kill every son born of them.
He was found by the daughter of the King, and because she drew him out of the water, called him Moses.
One day, he witnessed Egyptian soldiers mistreating Hebrews, and so killed the soldier. To evade the King's wrath, he went on an exile from Egypt.
Egypt King finally died, but the Israelites still suffered under Pharaoh Ramses, who cried to God. God, recalling his covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, went to Moses, and set a bush into flame, and then told Moses to take his people out of Egypt, and into a land of milk and honey. He his rod a magic staff and told him to go and meet Aaron, who would be his spokesman.
Savior the Jewish People
Moses bested the Pharaoh's chief wizard Anath-Na Mut. Both threw their staffs down and turned them into snakes, but Moses's snake swallowed Anath-Na Mut's which led to Anath-Na Mut being banished from the Pharaoh's court for humiliating the Pharaoh. Another account states it was Aaron who threw the rod.
Moses freed his people from Egypt and led them through Egypt by parting the Red Sea. When the flood waters came back they drowned the Pharaoh's men. Another Egyptian wizard who despised Moses named Nephut-Sha placed a curse on Moses. Nephut-Sha sacrificed many humans to Seth in his bid for revenge against Moses and the Jewish people. Seth transformed Nephut-Sha into the two demons Gog and Magog.
Parting of seas
- Staff of Moses was a rod turned into a magic staff by God which can change into a snake. He later used the staff in parting the Red Sea.
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