WHO WAS THE ETERNAL “GOD” IN THE MOUNT SINAÏ?

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Moses left Egypt heading to the west to an area called Midoun: the mysterious Madiane in Djerba (Tunisia), this last was not yet an island.

Turning by Haouarra (Awaris), he joined Siwah then the coastal region called El Salloum to reach Cyrene (the real Jeshurun) and arrived in the region of Djerba.

Moses was not only escaping the Pharaoh, he had a second reason: find the supreme master in spirituality. But once in Djerba, he was found by one of Shafouts named Reouel, who asked Moses to spend a period in his company in preparation for the meeting of the great Shaman, the reincarnation of the Eternal: Redha Mentha , a certain Kheder who had some superb knowledge that Moses—reportedly—needed.
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According to the Judeo-Nazarenes, Moses went to join this master near the land separating the Mediterranean Sea into two large lakes rather than two seas: the upper Mediterranean (Western) and the lower Mediterranean (Eastern).

It was near this barzakh—the land that separates these two seas—that Redha Mentha lived in a cave in the “Montain of Knowledge,” which gives on the lake of Tratunis, translated as Lake of Atunis.

The name Kheder is very near to Khatter of the kabbalah (Caballa) and the Khater of Sufism, so Kheder is the symbol of the mental field. We are once again before Mentha expression. Also this same green color was used to paint the body (face) of western God Ozirid, said Oziris the darling God of North Africans Berbers.
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The Tunisians always celebrate this event where the meeting Moses—Kheder took place. It is at the summit of the Mount called earlier “Mount of Knowledge” (Jabel el Âelm), currently called by “Mount Abu el-Hassan” (Tunis / Tunisia).

Abu el-Hassan Shadouli is one of the greatest sophists (mystical) of history. Thanks to this great master of the twelfth century, the Tunisian spirituals revived a very old custom in making the feast in memory of this famous meeting of Moses and Kheder each year since Thursday of the last week of May until Thursday in the first week of September. Fourteen weeks is the term they estimate of this meeting.
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