Brother AACOOLDRE : AN INDIRECT PRE-EASTER TWIST: Why was Lazarus raised at Bethany?

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    AN INDIRECT PRE-EASTER TWIST: Why was Lazarus raised at Bethany?

    By Andre Austin

    Why did the Gospel of John place the resurrection of Lazarus at Bethany?

    Answer: Because Osiris was raised from the dead by Horus at Beth-Annu (City of On)

    How is Lazarus name related to Osiris?

    Lazarus (the Greek form of the Hebrew name Eleazar) readily associates itself with the name of Osiris (semitized as El-Osiris). Eleazar, Breaking down its original components in Hebrew, El-Azar-closely resembles a combination of the Semitic word for God, El with the Egyptian name for Osiris, Ausar.

    The pyramid texts in Egypt are undisputed claiming that Osiris lies dead in the city of Beth-Annu. Osiris is told by Horus to arise:

    “Iam Horus, O Osiris the king, I will not let you suffer. Go forth, wake up”. (Utterance 620)

    In John chapter 11 they first think that Lazarus is naturally sleep but he’s clinically dead and is told to come out of the tomb from his death.

    The Greeks took Osiris and the Apis bull to form Serapis (chretus) and then Osiris to = Dionysus. Modern Bible scholars like Dennis Macdonald even claim in their works that the Gospel of John used a Greek play of Euripides Bacchae without mentioning a word about Osiris. That would be like talking about the Titanic ship without mentioning the dead that drowned.

    Notes:

    See Christ in Egypt By D.M. Murdock p.304

    Gospel Fictions By Randel helms p.96-100

    Bacchae may even be an Egyptian word Bakh (bacis/buchis=Bull

    The Gospel of John was originally written for an Egyptian audience
     
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