I delve into the Moses-Mises parallel in greater detail in my book The Gospel According to Acharya S
as well (pp. 69ff).
Basically, "Mises" is an epithet of Dionysus, a number of whose exploits parallel those of Moses. As I say in The Gospel
(71): Thus, we discover traditions attached to Dionysus/Bacchus, also called Iacchus and Mises
, that in essence represent the story of Moses, full of fantasy and fabulous exploits which are better taken as myth than history.
Why suffer from Egyptoparallelophobia, when you can read Christ in Egypt
? Try it - you'll like it: