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A Story From The Ages

Excerpt from "The Moses Code"

by James Twyman

You’ve probably heard the story of Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt, an astounding accomplishment that began with him standing before a burning bush listening to the voice of God. But have we ever really heard the deeper message being communicated, not only to Moses but to each one of us? Is it possible that a code is hidden within this story—a secret that gives us the ability to attract everything we desire into our lives? Could this be the most powerful gift God has ever bestowed upon the world?

What are some of the things you most want to attract? Do you wish for abundance, your soul mate, the perfect house, or your dream car?

Did Moses receive this cryptic message from God, and did God intend for us to also uncover the key to realizing all our dreams, easily and automatically, drawing into our lives everything we’ve ever asked for?

If so, is it possible for you to use this same secret today and for the rest of your life, achieving what the rest of the world would call miraculous?

Welcome to the Moses Code!

Let’s begin by revisiting the story, setting the context for us to finally comprehend the most spectacular secret ever concealed from humanity.

We’re told that Moses was born an Israelite slave in Egypt, but due to either profound luck or Divine Intervention, he was raised a prince among his oppressors. According to a law set forth by the Pharaoh, every male child born to Israelite slaves was to be drowned in the Nile. Jochebed, the wife of Amram, a Levite, gave birth to a son and kept him hidden for three months. However, when she realized that he’d soon be discovered and killed, she set her infant son adrift on the Nile in a small craft made from bulrushes coated in pitch. A short distance down the river, the Pharaoh’s daughter found the baby and adopted him as her son. She named him Moses, meaning "to draw out."

Here’s an interesting side note to our story: Moses’s sister Miriam watched the boat as it floated along the Nile toward the city, then to the royal palace. When she saw the Pharaoh’s daughter rescue the child, Miriam approached her and asked if she’d like an Israelite woman to nurse the infant. She suggested Jochebed—Moses’s real mother—and she raised him to be the adopted grandson of the Pharaoh. From the beginning, Moses had his feet in two separate worlds . . . and had two distinct mothers with very different dreams.

The story continues when Moses is a man, a brave leader of the Egyptian empire. But one day, something happens that forever changes his life. Moses is among the slaves when he sees an Egyptian soldier mistreating an Israelite man. Outraged at this abuse, Moses kills the soldier and hides the body in the sand, hoping no one will ever discover his crime; however, he soon learns that his secret has spread throughout the ranks of the slaves. Fearing that his grandfather, the Pharaoh, will be informed of his deed and have him put to death, Moses escapes to the Sinai Peninsula and finds refuge with Jethro, a priest from Midian. Moses ultimately marries Jethro’s daughter Zipporah, and he stays there with them for 40 years.

Now we’ve arrived at the pivotal moment when the great mystery of creation was revealed to humanity, only to be hidden away upon the first demonstration of its enormous power. It was one of the very first conversations with God, a conversation that changed the world. The time has finally come for each one of us to experience and embrace it.

One day as he was leading his flock up Mount Horeb, Moses saw a bush that burned with a bright fire, yet the fire didn’t consume it. He turned to look at the marvelous sight, and God spoke to him.

What did God say to Moses?

These words have been shared and loved by billions of people throughout the world for almost 3,500 years. Did anyone realize that this was one of the greatest gifts God had ever given to humanity, for the secret to creating miracles was revealed? Very soon you’ll be among the first to understand the Moses Code and apply this amazing technique in your own life, but only if you choose to embrace it yourself.

Let’s examine some of the passages from the book of Exodus that describe this conversation with God. It begins by saying:

God called to him from the bush and said, "Moses, Moses." And Moses said, Here I Am. (Ex 3:4)

Pay close attention to Moses’s reaction upon hearing God’s voice streaming from the fiery bush. He doesn’t run away in fear. He also doesn’t fall to the ground, saying, "Why are you speaking to me? Don’t you know I’m not worthy of this?" Instead, Moses turns toward the bush and says: "Here I am." This may seem like an innocuous response, but if we look a little deeper, we realize that it’s far more significant. However, it’s impossible to understand the impact of his statement until we continue a little further in our conversation.

Hearing Moses’s response, it’s almost as if God is pleased. God then says to him:

Do not draw away. Take your shoes from your feet, for the place where you stand is holy ground. (Ex 3:5)

Why is this place holy? The obvious answer is because it’s the spot where God has become manifest and known in the world. God’s presence is being experienced through an ordinary bush on a mountainous ridge. And the fact that this very same bush is burning with a fire that doesn’t consume it is certainly miraculous. It makes this ordinary moment quite extraordinary.

But is there another possibility for why this ground is so holy?

God clearly understands God. This is something we can all agree upon since God is omnipotent and omnipresent. Therefore, if God knows itself to be in all places at all times, would the Creator single out one place above all others as holy just because God’s presence is being experienced there by one particular man? Is it not the will of God to be seen and felt in all places and in each person? From God’s perspective, all places are holy because God is everywhere. This means that the Creator is unlikely to identify one physical location as more blessed than another. We may do this, but God wouldn’t because it would be the same as limiting what’s limitless.

The greatest difficulty of our humanness is that we’re unable to view or experience God in all places at all times—our minds simply can’t conceive anything so vast. But does the Divine also share this limitation? If so, then God would be as restricted as we are, unable to know itself as Itself.

Is it possible that when God asked Moses to take off his shoes, God was speaking much more intimately than we first guessed? Moses said to God: "Here I Am." It’s almost as if God smiles at him and says: "Ah, well said, Moses; indeed, here I Am. This ground is holy because it’s the spot where you have known yourself to be who you are."

You may be thinking: Wait a minute! Are you saying that God was pleased because Moses seemed to recognize himself as one with his Creator?

The answer is yes!

For thousands of years, we’ve been sold a lie, and this has led to the suppression and dismissal of the Moses Code throughout the world. We’ve been told that we’re weak and vulnerable, unable to do little more than eke out a meager existence on Earth. If we’re lucky, we’re able to accumulate a relative degree of comfort, maybe even own a few houses and build a big bank account, but none of that will really ever satisfy us. Our purpose is to live and then die, hopefully with a few moments of joy in between. We’ve imagined ourselves in a prison from which we can never escape, and we’ve convinced ourselves that this is our real home.

But what if the door to that prison cell was never locked? What if the world we live in is nothing more than a projection of our thoughts about ourselves, and God has never shared that vision at all? If God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and fully present in every moment, is it possible that the Creator would rejoice when we realize the Truth?

Hold on before you answer. Your response will determine your entire experience of life and how willing you are to accept everything that God intends for you. Your answer will determine how open you are to receiving miracles, and ultimately, cracking the Moses Code.


Best-Selling Author & Film-Maker JAMES TWYMAN

Announces Release of New Movie


Bestselling author, musician, and filmmaker James Twyman announces the release of The Moses Code, set for a unique synchronized worldwide opening on the weekend of April 5, 2008, with a book releasing in March (Hay House) by the same title. The Moses Code is a powerful film bringing together some of the best-known spiritual leaders of our time to discuss the importance of service as a spiritual practice. Setting the stage for a new paradigm in filmmaking, this is the first time that a major spiritual film is being released in conjunction with a worldwide prayer vigil (April 6th) drawing millions of people together on one day to watch the film in over 2000 venues, then using the tools expressed in the film to extend prayers of peace to the Middle East.

In today’s fast-paced society many of us are searching to move beyond materialism in order to reach a deep level of fulfillment. James Twyman states, "Millions of people are entranced by the idea that they can attract new cars and a bigger bank account that they forget how important their role is for changing the world. In a way, it’s time to spiritualize the spiritual law of attraction. That’s the goal of this film."

The Moses Code features dynamic spiritual teachers and bestselling authors who share their wisdom and insights about the true meaning of abundance. These speakers include Cheryl Richardson (Stand Up for Your Life), Iyanla Vanzant (One Day My Heart Just Opened Up), Sonia Choquette (Your Heart’s Desire), Gregg Braden (The God Code), Neale Donald Walsch (Conversations with God), James Van Praagh (The Ghost Whisperer), and Debbie Ford (Dark Side of the Light Chasers). Debbie Ford is also a co-producer of the film. Says Debbie, "Every day I wake up knowing I am a small piece and the embodiment of the greater whole and I look to see what I can do each day to give and to serve the community (even when I don’t want to). I strive to be a living breathing contribution and to always give more than I receive."

The film also showcases real life examples of modern day giving and philanthropy. Weaving throughout the film is the spiritual, uplifting music of Tina Melia and an appearance by Victor Wooten performing his new single "I Saw God the Other Day." The film is a compelling reminder that each of us indeed, has the power to change the world.

The Moses Code will feature an interactive website, www.themosescode.com, that will allow viewers to sign up to host special screenings in their own homes, learn more about the movie, and participate in the revolutionary film release on April 5th.

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