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    The curses of Deuteronomy it seems could extend to adverse affects on the mind, beliefs and identity. Identifying historical traces with Babylon instead of Old Dynasty Egypt might to lead to error and obscurity, mystery and puzzlement. Identifying with Babylon, one might misidentify Moses as an invader of Egypt rather than a Hebrew-Israelite member of an Egyptian royal family who mercifully intervened for Pharaoh to give him time to refrain from breaching trust and hold up the original covenant or, alternatively, face Divine wrath. False doctrine invading royal courts seems, if unchecked, to most always lead to breech of trust. To misidentify with Babylon one might fail to see that, rather than having been for bolstering Moses' ego, the miracles worked by or through Moses were for getting Pharaoh to repent.

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