Thank you for dropping in. Let me tell you a little about my work: It is the Science of
Law focusing on the pre-monarchic period of Israel. Hence, this covers mainly the 480 years from the Exodus of the people
of Israel from Egypt in 1441 B.C.E. to the time when King Solomon began to
build the First Temple in the fourth year of his reign (1. Kings 6, 1), which is 961 B.C.E.
– What the Kalia is for Polynesians, the Brazen Sea is for Jews.
Where this new field belongs, which I call MOSAISTICS, being the Scientific
Study of the Law of Moses and Mosaical Antiquity, is within the Law School or Faculty of Law of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. What they do have is an Institute for Research in Jewish Law, which
covers only the last 2000 years, but the Early Legal History of Israel, before the Kings
of Judah, is missing.
With my background in Roman Law and Comparative Law, I analyzed the Ten
Commandments from the perspective of legal science - with no religious strings attached -,
discovered their 3D structure in 1983, and reconstructed the two stone Tablets of the Law of the Torah of Moses from
the Sinai, complete and precise to the millimeter. My reconstruction fits like a glove into the
Although I am Jew, religion is no prerequisite of my
scientific work, which is addressed to my fellow legal scientists around the globe, whether religious or not, as well as to
other scientists, interested on account of the interdisciplinary ramifications of my subject.
Moreover, the text of the Ten Commandments differs in meaning in the ancient Republic of
Israel, and the later monarchy.
By fitting the Tablets of the Law into the Ark of the Covenant, I found their geometry, and
discovered the Metzler Formula on cubits and Bats.
Apart from their legal and religious significance, the Mosaical Tablets of the Law set the
standards for ancient weights and measures, not only in Israel, but also in neighboring
countries, leaving Israels metrological fingerprint on chronology.
Visit Shilo, Moziani's
Jewish Heritage Site,
Israels First Capital,
and I hope the
Id love to teach Mosaistics at a university, preferably, of course, within the Law
School or Faculty of Law; just email me to Moziani@gmail.com.
See my books in the catalogue of the Jewish
National and University Library in Jerusalem, Israel, and in the official German Books in Print (VLB 1996-98) of the German