As presented to Bornholms Tidende (daily), 17
November 2004 - Literature Reference:
Cross-bordering. - An Important Place in History
By ERLING HAAGENSEN, Writer
and Film Director, Member of Danish Film
It is a great
pleasure for me to have the opportunity to recommend to the readers a close
acquaintance with Ove von Spaeth, the Researcher and Writer. Ove von Spaeth
belongs to a minor circle of persons, who have distinguished themselves through
history by being able to make use of their eminent abilities and without being
dependent of our society's established hierarchic structures and habitual
Ove von Spaeth's research
is inter-disciplinary and is being carried out in borderlands, for instance
between Humanities (as spiritual studies) and natural science. This area
represents an insatiable demand for comparative and cross-border research.
However, the area is a total desert in respect of established researchers'
Not only has Ove von
Spaeth devoted his life to research and communication of his discoveries in this
field - he has also been able to handle the task to such a degree where his
research is bound to result in being an important position in history.
But as is the case with
everybody within the mentioned circle of persons - with no exception - only the
future, and unfortunately to a minor degree the present, will appreciate the
importance of this research. As it is, I am honoured to have the privilege of
apprise Ove von Spaeth's thoughts and results.
(Erling Haagensen is a Writer and Film Director, Member of Danish Film Directors:
www.merling.dk . He has written, together
with Henry Lincoln,"The Templar's Secret Island", Moreton-In-March
(Windrush Press) 2000,.
Furthermore, they have made the 3-hours' tv-documentary: "The
Secret of the Knights Templar", published world-wide for more than 10
perodes on the Discovery Channel.)
The New World Impulse (year16, 2nd June 2004,
pp.38-39) - book review:
On Moses as a concrete renewer of culture
By RUTH OLSEN, Editor
This is 5th and last volume of the great work on Moses. Ove von Spaeth has dug
deep in many sources and brought to light many intriguing things which other historians
have ignored, partly because they have no knowledge of the past's widely used esoteric knowledge,
partly because they have overlooked e.g. the importance of astro-mythical
knowledge at the time of Moses.
It started with the
detection of that Moses was born to be Pharaoh in Egypt, but although he was
thus a consecrated, he was suppressed from a plot accomplished by the priests,
and power struggles within the family. This prevented him to be the renewer of
culture, as it seems that he was incarnated for. In this 5th volume we get a
closer look at how he actually was the
innovator in many areas.
He also was - according to the Rabbinical Writings - an efficient architect, he invented many technical things, and he introduced a
calendar reform on the basis of his knowledge in astronomy. For example,
introduced his 7-day week. And not least concerning written language he created
a renewal, as he is believed to have developed the alphabet. To have a few
letters, which can form all of the words, is a giant step forward compared to
the hieroglyphs' pictorial language with special signs for almost each word. Perhaps it was a major
reason why Europe came ahead of developments in China and Japan at a time?
However, it was as a legislator he
became best known in the future. He laws was a cultural
progress in his time. In Ove von Spaeth's book we can read (p.134): "Moses
tried by his legislation,
a thousand years before the Greeks, to introduce a kind of democracy with
selected 'judges' as leaders." And to ensure a widespread knowledge of the law,
he introduced the teaching of reading and writing and issued at least one person
in each family had to learn it. At the time, it made the Jews being the most
in the area .
It was also a new feature
that even a king was subject to the law, so he could not act at random to the people;
and the law made no distinction on the
basis of social status. The problem is that when a law purporting to have been "given
by God", it is difficult to change as eventually developments require. The legislative
power is invisible and not to debate with!
This has a tendency to
put the developments at the stand, as we now can observe it in some countries with
very old-fashion law.
In addition, Moses
prohibited to take interest. The fact that in almost all religions it has always been somewhat suspect by taking interest, has
apparently never been
taken seriously. Even in Islam people finds cunning ways to circumvent the
prohibition of interest, Muhammad gave in the Quran.
"Prophet and Unknown Genius",Assassinating Moses (5), by
Ove von Spaeth, - 239 pages, illustr. - Reitzel Publishers, Copenhagen 2005
(Ruth Olsen's permission by
18.Jun.2005 for free use of text for Ove von Spaeth)
Freemasons' Communications, (year 56, no.14,
p. 24), 9 May 2006 - book review:
Moses Brought to Life in New, Exciting and Important
By ERIK E. RASMUSSEN, Editor-in-Chief
The author Ove von Spaeth gives us new knowledge about Moses and the importance
he has had for today's culture.
He has done it again - Ove von Spaeth. In an especially exciting and important book,
"Prophet and Unknown Genius", he presents a portrait of a man who from being
referred to as the myth now appear as one of the major figures in the past. A
person from ancient history can change a dominant theological view of our time.
Moses is the name of the Crown Prince, architect, inventor, magician, the astronomer
and the legislator, etc.
Ove von Spaeths new book is the fifth in the series on Moses, but it can just as
easy be read as an individual description of Moses and his life.
There might be the one and the second expert in the theological
matters who of course will
question the plausibility of the many claims, the author presents in his books,
but that person will having extreme difficulties to come up with some argumentation.
The fact is that the
author Ove von Spaeth by his presentation of Moses has carried out
a magnificent scientific process. The prior thorough studies - and in addition
the last part of the book contains a list of all the author's sources. They are
overwhelming, and they show
that the author is extremely well-read and of huge knowledge. When reading the
book it is
difficult not to trust his many investigations.
With his books Ove von
Spaeth has presented Moses with a monument of reputation which not only shows
great importance to ancient Egypt; the books have also given our time new and
Thanks to the author for a great pioneering which has evolved to a
"The Prophet as Unknown Genius" by Ove von Spaeth, - C.A.
Reitzel, Publisher and Booksellar, Ltd., Copenhagen 2005 - 272 pages -
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A special treasure of knowledge and wisdom
of Greece, Rome, and the Renaissance had originated in Ancient Egypt -
and was here known to connect also with the historical Moses' dramatic
fate and mystery.
Ove von Spaeth has
written an intriguing, new-orientating work presenting this still
influential background of our civilization. • His interdisciplinary
research on history, archaeology, and anthropology goes deeply into
Egyptian tradition, history of religion, initiation cults, star-knowledge,
and mythology - relating to biblical studies, the Rabbinical Writings,
and the authors of Antiquity. • Each volume offers unique insights not
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