Moses is one of the most important prophet in Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Baha’i religion. The authorship of Torah is credited to Prophet Moses.

In the book, you will find detailed story of Moses as son of Jochebed and nourished by Bethia. These stories have great resemblance with Reincarnated Krishna in Sanatan Dharma. The story of Moses and Aaron bear striking resemblance with the duo of Krishna and Arjun in Sanatan Dharma.

The book decodes various acts of Moses and compares them to the myths in Sanatan Dharma. For example, Moses parted the Red Sea to create a channel for his followers. This act is compared to the creation of Stone Bridge over the sea in the epic of Ramayana. Both these acts are symbolic representation of “Reconciliation with Thoughts” and walk over a straight and righteous path using faith.

Story of Moses is highly encrypted and extensive in nature. Each of the myth is encrypted and contains hidden teachings. In Islamic scriptures, Moses is called Mussa. The book connects legend of Mussa with Emusha, a bear form of Vishnu. The book also suggests that Spiritualism needs “digging” into religious scriptures. Such digging is glorified through the word “Rig” in Rigveda. The virtue of digging can be attributed to “Mushak” of Ganesha.

One of the biggest teachings in the story of Moses is creation of “Golden Calf”. It simply suggests that Religion cannot be created through consensus amongst mediocre people.

The story of Moses is highly encrypted and contains immense wisdom. Book decodes the legend and simplifies the teachings in easy language.