The "Ten Commandments" were taken from a 1550 BC Egyptian funerary text that we call, "The book of the dead". It was a guide by which one was expected to live in order to be accepted into the after-life upon his/her death. Cool, huh?
Poll, I see you already got the idiotic Christians. Lol. It's amazing really how every religion built off of each other. Christianity for example was and is a mix of Assyrian, Sumerian, Greek, Germanic and Egyptian Mythology, with the Jewish God and Jewish Mythology to top it all off.
And you believe the book of the dead over the Bible? Very sad.
Uhm... It existed thousands of years before Christ was ever even a thing.
The book of the dead contains "spells". There is nothing in it even close to the 10 Commandments.
You're right, it contains "spells" to help get one past the gates of what we now call heaven, the after-life.
But, you're wrong that it has nothing resembling the 10 c's.
The Ten Commandments came from the BIBLE. Not some hocus Pocus spell book