BOOK OF PSALMS: Another clue to Egyptian creation By Andre Austin Why is it western biblical scholars only concede Psalm 104 as originating from the Egyptian Hymn to Aton in 1350BC? Aton is the Hebrew Adon a four letter word for God or Lord from which only Jewish priest could say only on Atonement day. The more passages you concede will eventually unplug all the holes in the dike allowing a river of truth to roll down to the people for higher consciousness. I believe Psalm 29 and 33 reveal a stolen legacy from the Memphite theology and a hint that the Noah flood story was originally a creation story that was separated from the first chapter of Genesis. Put your thinking caps on because we about to get knee deep in the Nile river. This is black history 101 baby. Why is it that the ancient Egyptians, (or people who explain it), are demonized for telling the same creation story as the Jews tell after they got it from Egypt? Psalm 29 reads in part: “The voice of the lord is over the waters The God of glory thunders The lord thunders over the mighty waters… The Lord sits enthroned over the flood: The lord is enthroned as king forever… The lord blesses his people with peace” (Olive branch symbol of peace, life/light) This means God’s spirit in Genesis was moving upon the face of the waters (Genesis 1:2). But what waters and what flood? Psalm 33:6 & 11 reads in part: By the word of the lord were heavens made, Their starry host by the breath of his mouth The plans of the Lord stand firm forever, The purpose of the heart through all generations I like it how when Jesus is reborn or baptized a dove (Spirit of life/light) flies over his head and the voice of thunder roars just like in Psalm 29. We see John’s gospel first chapter picking up from Psalm 33 and Genesis making Jesus The word at creation. The life created was Light/Life (John 1:1-5) In Egyptian Memphite theology Ptah plays a prominent role in creation Ptah-upon the great Throne (The same throne as Psalm 29 and river of life Rev 22:1) Ptah-Nun (Nile water), the father who made Atum (Atum is light or Adam) Ptah is the discover of Fire/Sun and places it upon a hill of mud created from the Nile flood. Sometimes the BenBen bird brings the Light too. Ptah brings 8 gods (later to be the 8 individuals of Noah’s flood) into being by conceiving them in his heart and speaking them with his tongue/The Word. Further texts of the Memphite Theology reads: “For the very great one is Ptah, who gave life to all the (8) gods…through his heart and through this tongue (word)…Thus all the gods were born…for every word of the god came about through what the heart devised and the tongue commanded”. Does this not sound similar to “And God said let..(Genesis 1:3) this proves the initiation of creation by spoken word comes from the Egyptian creation myths? We know the flood Ptah sat upon was the same Flood in Psalm 29 because the Nile flood in Egypt was salvation from death if it reached 15 cubits high the exact height of Noah’s flood (Genesis 7:20). Why did the Jews change the flood story from a creation story of population into a repopulation story? Maybe to hide their plagiarisms. When homer went to Egypt he called the Nile “The sky-fallen river” (Odyssey 4:580).And we know water was separated from water between sky and earth to let the water under the sky (genesis 1:9)be gathered to one place. That place was Egypt’s Nile river. The Other throne Rev:22:1-5 Then the angel showed me the river of the water (Nile) of life …flowing from the throne of God…On each side of the river stood the Tree of life (In Heliopolis, Egypt)…there will be no more night. They will not need the light of a lamp or the light of the sun, for the lord god will give them light”. To understand this revelation you must know in heliopolis the first deity was Atum light, a solar deity appearing on top of the primeval hill of the Nile’s mud push up from its annual inundation/flood. How does Ptah comes into the picture. It must be noted that while the sun god Atum sits upon path’s throne the primeval hill he accomplishes the work of creation. Please remember the first Adam/Atum and the hill soil of the niles mud comes out of the primeval waters called Nun in Egypt or Noah by the Jews. This Memphite theology is a also the source of the first chapter of John’s gospel. Before we can get rid of all these artificial lights Jesus in Luke 17 need us to recreate Noah’s saving souls one more time. Lets do the Noah story again. Jesus replace the ark on the mountain (hill) to us being on a housetop and replaces Noah’s Dove with an Olive branch (life/light) to an Eagle (Symbol of resurrection/life). We must be like a bride and maintain olive oil in a lamp or a candle while on top the housetop (hill). The Egyptians used the BenBen bird to bring life/Light on top of the hill. Why did Jesus equate this with Noah. Probably because the firmament arising out of the waters is the primeval mountain/hill of the Egyptian myth (Genesis 1:6-7).And later in verse 20 we have the birds flying over them in Genesis. So we also see baptism as a form of Egyptian creation story. Why else would (1Peter 3:18-22) equate Noah’s flood and baptism all up together. Just think about in baptism you go under water and come back up with a dove flying above you with lightning (Light). Its no different that Nun (Nile water) birthing souls and creating life from a collection (in hill form) of soil from the Nile. In Egypt , the nile was the source of life and a large variety of waterfowl inhabited the banks. The bible did say let the waters bring forth life and fowl that may fly above the earth and heaven (Genesis 1:20). Lets look at the BenBen bird being resurrected from water and fire. Its no coincidence baptism (Reborn resurrection) comes from water, spirit, and fire (Matthew 3:11-12). And speaking of elements the 4 elements in Genesis 1 are the 4 males of Noah and another 4 opposites being their wives making 8 deities that the Egyptian Nun gave birth to. The Memphite version of creation centered on Ptah, who was the patron god of craftsmen. As such, he represented the craftsman's ability to envision a finished product, and shape raw materials to create that product. The Memphite theology said that Ptah created the world in a similar way. The ideas developed within Ptah's heart (regarded by the Egyptians as the seat of human thought) were given form when he named them with his tongue. By speaking these names, Ptah produced the gods and all other things. The Memphite creation myth coexisted with that of Heliopolis, as Ptah's creative thought and speech were believed to have caused the formation of Atum and the Ennead .Ptah was also associated with Tatjenen, the god who personified the pyramidal mound/hill.The bible followed Ptah’s version of creation along with several other Egyptian creation myths.