Brother AACOOLDRE : Bible creation sequence: include this black history

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    BIBLE CREATION SEQUENCE =Egyptian Sequence
    Include this into black History month!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    THE MYTH: And God said , let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was (All) Good. (Gen. 1:11-12)

    The Reality: Genesis follows the Egyptian Creation sequence in putting the appearance of vegetation before the sun.

    The third day in Genesis finishes with the appearance of vegetation: grass, seed, and fruit. Parenthetically, this creates problems from a scientific view, since plant life requires sunlight to survive and grow and the sun has not yet appeared. But, we concern ourselves here only with the mythological aspects of the discussion.

    Keeping the genesis description of the third day in mind, consider this brief excerpt from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, c.79:

    Hail Atum-
    Who made the sky, who created what exists;
    Who emerged as land, who created seed

    This passage describes the same precise sequence as in Genesis, the appearance of sky, followed by land, followed by vegetation. The same sequence appears in other Egyptian texts describing the Creation process. The same sequence appears in other Egyptian texts describing the Creation process. The oldest son of the deities of Heaven (Nut) and Earth (Geb see Gen 2:4-7) (, for example, was Osiris, whom Egyptians identified with grain, corn, wheat, and again showing that vegetation appeared right after heaven and earth.

    Throughout the Egyptian creation tradition, vegetation appears right after the division of Heaven and Earth and the gathering of the waters (Nile river Gen 1:9-10). This is the sequence followed Genesis, and shows the continuing parallel, event for event, between Egyptian Creation myths and the Genesis Creation story.

    Before the Hebrew writes were a sperm drop Egyptian priests wrote the blueprint for their creation story they plagiarized and synchronized their multiple creation stories combined in one form.