Moses, originally known by the name Thuthmoses, was an apparent prophet of God.

Fictional HistoryEdit

Early HistoryEdit

Historians believe that Moses was actually an Egyptian preist of Pharaoh Akhenaten's regime, called Thuthmosis (meaning 'Son of Thoth, since Moses is an Egyptian name, meaning 'son of'). Akhenaten and Thuthmoses preached monotheism, the belief in only one God, as opposed to the traditional many Egyptian Gods.

After Akhenaten was assassinated for their belief, Thuthmosis fled Egypt with the Six Sacred Stones, and the Six Pillars of the Machine.

Fleeing to the Northern lands, Thuthmoses took on the name Moses.

The Six Sacred StonesEdit

When Jack West and Pooh Bear are given the Twin Tablets of Thuthmosis, Jack reveals the true history of Moses being Thuthmoses, and that his Ten Commandments were actually an incantation from the tablets.

The Five Greatest Warriors

Diane Cassidy had deduced that Moses was one of the Five Warriors, who had been prophecised to affect the fate of the six Pillars and Sacred Stones.



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