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Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?

 
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Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
I’ve never noticed this before, but there are horns present on the head of Moses in many old paintings, sculptures, tapestries, stained glass windows, etc... I find this to be a bit disconcerting.

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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Pan was only 3 when he chose his form. He wanted to make with the nymphs but they rejected the goat. Old testament God. Pan, Lucifer lost his beauty became Satan.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Yes there are horns depicted in paintings & sculptures. I remember reading about this a few years back but for the life of me I can't remember what the connection was. I wanna say Nephilim or something like that was the topic but I can't remember anymore.

Dangit OP... lol, now I have to go & look it up again cause it's gonna bug me till I remember.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
12 clans of Egyptian slaves are 12 kinds of fallen angels. Moses was one of them. So he also was with horns.
Soon after coming WWIII will be finished the new knowledge will be available in different languages.

A link on file with new knowledge won't help you so as it is in Russian.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Rays of light shined from his face after he spoke to G-d on Mt Sinai.

It was so severe he wore a veil ever since then.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Exodus 34:29-35 New International Version (NIV)
The Radiant Face of Moses
29 When Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of the covenant law in his hands, he was not aware that his face was radiant because he had spoken with the Lord. 30 When Aaron and all the Israelites saw Moses, his face was radiant, and they were afraid to come near him. 31 But Moses called to them; so Aaron and all the leaders of the community came back to him, and he spoke to them. 32 Afterward all the Israelites came near him, and he gave them all the commands the Lord had given him on Mount Sinai.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
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Qeren and Qaran are certainly very close in spelling, so maybe the simplest answer is the obvious answer in this case. It cannot be discounted. Thank you.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Yes there are horns depicted in paintings & sculptures. I remember reading about this a few years back but for the life of me I can't remember what the connection was. I wanna say Nephilim or something like that was the topic but I can't remember anymore.

Dangit OP... lol, now I have to go & look it up again cause it's gonna bug me till I remember.
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Haha sorry about that! Happy digging. hf
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Underlying hatred of the Old Covenant by christians ends up being depicted as devil horns on Moses.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Somebody misread "light" as "horns".
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
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Qeren and Qaran are certainly very close in spelling, so maybe the simplest answer is the obvious answer in this case. It cannot be discounted. Thank you.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Keren is noun means either horn or beam.

Karan is verb past tense means to beam.

You can see why beam and horn have the same word, they create the same shape and motion.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
12 clans of Egyptian slaves are 12 kinds of fallen angels. Moses was one of them. So he also was with horns.
Soon after coming WWIII will be finished the new knowledge will be available in different languages.

A link on file with new knowledge won't help you so as it is in Russian.
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There are some interesting responses here. Thank you all for participating in the thread. I have many leads to follow in my search.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77387941


Qeren and Qaran are certainly very close in spelling, so maybe the simplest answer is the obvious answer in this case. It cannot be discounted. Thank you.
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You're welcome.hf
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Underlying hatred of the Old Covenant by christians ends up being depicted as devil horns on Moses.
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Quit lying!
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77387941


Qeren and Qaran are certainly very close in spelling, so maybe the simplest answer is the obvious answer in this case. It cannot be discounted. Thank you.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Keren is noun means either horn or beam.

Karan is verb past tense means to beam.

You can see why beam and horn have the same word, they create the same shape and motion.
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Certainly! Thank you for your contribution.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Somebody misread "light" as "horns".
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Some 'mistake'

Syncs will sync.

Cosmic Joke™ strikes again.

:)
Some Will. Some won't. So.......
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
ahem

I suggest you research pre-biblical language cognates

Hebrew - qeren

Akkadian - qarnu

Sumerian - si



The stele of Hammurabi is the same thing you see on Moses head


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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Somebody misread "light" as "horns".
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Some 'mistake'

Syncs will sync.

Cosmic Joke™ strikes again.

:)
 Quoting: SyncAsFunk


I would love to hear your interpretation of the topic. Do you have any thoughts as to why this was done?
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
ahem

I suggest you research pre-biblical language cognates

Hebrew - qeren

Akkadian - qarnu

Sumerian - si



The stele of Hammurabi is the same thing you see on Moses head


peace
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The “stele of Hammurabi “. Checking into it right now.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
People were more humble and honest in those days.
Now they proclaim "what horns? Moi?" and are not regarded at all

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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Because Moses was the genocidle poster child of the old testiment
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
ahem

I suggest you research pre-biblical language cognates

Hebrew - qeren

Akkadian - qarnu

Sumerian - si



The stele of Hammurabi is the same thing you see on Moses head


peace
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The “stele of Hammurabi “. Checking into it right now.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


OK
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Underlying hatred of the Old Covenant by christians ends up being depicted as devil horns on Moses.
 Quoting: DPS7



I have seen a couple of your posts, it seems that it is you that has an underlying hatred.

But you are right in a certain way, there has been a hatred for the "Old covenant". I am sure you are familiar with Marcion and the gnostics. There has been an infiltration for sure. Yahushua was never against the Torah, he spoke a lot about it. In fact He was very much against the traditions of the Pharisees that made void the plain commandment of the Torah.

About the horns, well what can you expect from those who make statues and bow down in front of them.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Underlying hatred of the Old Covenant by christians ends up being depicted as devil horns on Moses.
 Quoting: DPS7



I have seen a couple of your posts, it seems that it is you that has an underlying hatred.

But you are right in a certain way, there has been a hatred for the "Old covenant". I am sure you are familiar with Marcion and the gnostics. There has been an infiltration for sure. Yahushua was never against the Torah, he spoke a lot about it. In fact He was very much against the traditions of the Pharisees that made void the plain commandment of the Torah.

About the horns, well what can you expect from those who make statues and bow down in front of them.
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I really hate jesus and christianity.
Not hiding it.
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
Thank you for the stars. Some think this was perhaps due to a mistranslation & that it was meant to show rays of light emitted from the head of Moses. In a few of these depictions, it does appear that the “horns” are indeed light. In many depictions of Moses, including Michaelangelos, these are very obvious horns.

I would love to hear opinions on why Moses has been shown in such a way. It seems kind of creepy, in my opinion.
 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Underlying hatred of the Old Covenant by christians ends up being depicted as devil horns on Moses.
 Quoting: DPS7


Who wouldn't hate the blood drenching slaver thing? We aren't allowed to blood revel or slave so it has no use for us. Watered down moloch, you can take the middle easter out of Ur.....but who ever got the Ur out of the middle easter?

(besides the y'shua figure? (Sans shaul's new model dummy ruling communes....we improved on those too)
"Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind"

Covid, fake riots, communist organizers - keep your powder dry America. This was not the disease or the riots, those both are still on down the line.
Garden garden grow spices and medical plants too.

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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
12 clans of Egyptian slaves are 12 kinds of fallen angels. Moses was one of them. So he also was with horns.
Soon after coming WWIII will be finished the new knowledge will be available in different languages.

A link on file with new knowledge won't help you so as it is in Russian.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77295777


There are some interesting responses here. Thank you all for participating in the thread. I have many leads to follow in my search.
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It was the end of the Aeon of Aries, going into Pisces. We are age of Aquarius.

He had young ram horns signifying end of an age
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
ahem

I suggest you research pre-biblical language cognates

Hebrew - qeren

Akkadian - qarnu

Sumerian - si



The stele of Hammurabi is the same thing you see on Moses head


peace
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The “stele of Hammurabi “. Checking into it right now.
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boom33 An ancient stone tablet of laws, with god given authority. Now isn’t that something! Fascinating!
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Re: Why does the Biblical figure Moses have horns on his head in many old works of art?
I’ve never noticed this before, but there are horns present on the head of Moses in many old paintings, sculptures, tapestries, stained glass windows, etc... I find this to be a bit disconcerting.

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 Quoting: Rabbit In The Hat


Moses represented age of Taurus (Bull); Jesus represented the age of Pisces (Fish)





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