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Harry Rimmer, in his book, Moses and the Gods of Egypt, writes of the plague of frogs: Like the blanket of filth the slimy, wet monstrosities covered the land, until men sickened at the continued squashing crunch of the ghastly pavement they were forced to walk upon. If a man’s feet slipped on the greasy mass of putrid uncleanness, and when he sought water to cleanse himself, the water was so solid with frogs, he got no cleaning… In addition to the plague of frogs, Moses also directs a plague of gnats, thought to be our present day lice or possibly mosquitoes. A plague of flies; A plague that killed all the livestock; A plague…

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