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Lost Origins

Welcome to Lost Origins. Your number one podcast for all things ancient mysteries, alternative historical theories, and lost civilizations.

About Lost Origins

Our team exists to explore the mysteries of our past. So much of our history has been lost or forgotten and the constant exploration of the past will help us better understand who we are. Every episode, Andrew and CK chat with experts, researchers, and authors on esoteric history and mind bending mysteries.

We are pleased to announce our recent partnership with Inner Traditions and Bear & Company. Inner Traditions and Bear & Company is the world’s leading publisher for books focused on ancient mysteries, lost civilizations, and esoteric philosophy. The company publishes some of the most well-known researchers in the space and you can check out their catalog at

The wait is finally over! Season two of Lost Origins is now available on all major platforms. We sincerely appreciate all of the ongoing support, messages, and love from the community. Without you, none of this would be possible. Our team has reimagined the show and we cannot wait to share the new format with you. From dramatically improved audio quality to fascinating surprises and everything in between, the future of Lost Origins will be worth the wait.

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S02E13 – The Murder of Moses

The common narrative of Moses is one that outlines the extraordinary life of the Old Testament prophet. The chronology of Exodus demonstrates his unwavering faith and commitment to God. But do the pages of the biblical account of this character present truth, or has this story been crafted in an effort to hide the truth from modern readers? In this week’s episode, Andrew and CK connect with Rand Flem-Ath to discuss his recent book, The Murder of Moses. Rand spent over a decade researching what is potentially lurking behind the curtain of this Old Testament narrative and this effort expands the research completed by Goethe, Christopher Marlowe, and Sigmund Freud. This episode explores all things Moses, how he was murdered by his father-in-law, Reuel, how Reuel assumes the identity of Moses, and how the scribes of Exodus edited the story to fit a specific agenda. Bring your ham horn; this one gets gnarly.

Season 2, Episode 12    |    109min


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