Black Spirituality Religion : Book of Revelation and Book of Daniel

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  1. Keita Kenyatta

    Keita Kenyatta going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I personally do not know how to get you to look beyond the Bible to actually see the truth as opposed to what was given to us, and it is not my intent to do so here. All I will say is that the book of Daniel is a forgery. The names are wrong, the positions of the people are wrong and everything else. This is obviously something that the real Daniel (for those who believe in him) would not have made if he was the author considering his position in that book.

    Also, as with the other books, the book of Revelations is a forgery also...stolen from our ancestors ancient writings and then rehashed back to us. Check out the info below and then you may continue reading from the link enclosed. Have a great day.


    ANCIENT EGYPT THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD

    BOOK 11

    EGYPTIAN WISDOM IN THE REVELATION OF JOHN THE DIVINE



    The process of making scripture history from the Egypto-gnostic remains, without the gnosis or science of the ancient wisdom, may be seen approaching its climax in the Book of Revelation attributed to John the divine.

    It has been commonly assumed that this book constituted an historic link between the Old Testament and the New; but the sarkolatrae, or worshippers of the word made flesh in one historic form of personality, the carnalizers of the Egypto-gnostic Christ, have never yet discovered what the revelation was intended to reveal. It has been taken as a supplement to the gospels as if the history of Jesus had been continued into the wedded life after the marriage of the bride with the lamb, and that they dwelt together ever after in that new Jerusalem which came 'down out of heaven' 'as a bride adorned for her husband,'[1] when the tabernacle of God which was to dwell with man took the place of the old Jerusalem that was destroyed by the Romans. The present contention is that the book is and always has been inexplicable because it was based upon the symbolism of the Egyptian astronomical mythology without the gnosis, or 'meaning which hath wisdom,'[2] that is absolutely necessary for an explanation of its subject-matter; and because the debris of the ancient wisdom has been turned to account as data for pre-Christian prophecy that was supposed to have had its fulfilment in Christian history.

    For example, the lamb alone has power to open the book of seven seals. His power comprised the powers of the 'seven spirits of God,'[3] the primordial seven. And, as represented astronomically, when the vernal equinox passed from the sign of Taurus into the sign of Aries the son of God was imaged as a lamb, instead of the earlier calf or still earlier lion; thenceforth his was the power and the glory and the majesty, and his the book of life then newly-opened, in the cycle of precession for another 2,155 years. But in the Book of Revelation the drama of the mysteries has been mistaken for human history, and a mythical catastrophe for the actual ending of the world. The book as it stands has no intrinsic value and very little meaning until the fragments of ancient lore have been collated, correlated, and compared with the original mythos and eschatology of Egypt.

    To some extent we are now able to identify the wisdom of Egypt [p.691] in the Book of Revelation and to 'make sense' of the apocalyptic visions, so long and so erroneously assumed to have been unveiled to a Christian named John on the isle of Patmos, for the first time since the ancient astronomy was made nonsense of in the futile and fatuous attempt to turn the hidden wisdom into prophecy intended to prove the truth of a spurious history.

    The Apocalypse of John might be described as 'scenes and characters from the mysteries of Taht-Aan,' who was literally Aan = John, the divine penman. This was the sacred scribe to whom the 36,000 books or papyrus-rolls were attributed by tradition. In short, Taht-Aan was the pre-Christian John the divine. His typical bird, the ibis, is still known in Egypt by the name of John. His other zootype, the kaf-ape, is Aan by name. The name of Aani signifies the saluter. This is the character personalized in John. Speaking of the angel, he says: 'And when I saw him I fell at his feet as one dead.'[4] 'And when I heard and saw, I fell down to worship before the feet of the angel.'[5] To salute was a primitive mode of worshipping; hence the ape, Aan, was an ideographic figure of the saluter. The object of the present section, then, is to show that the matter of 'revelation' was derived from the Egyptian astronomical mythology and eschatology, and that the Jesus of this book is one with Iu, the su or son of Atum-Ra, who was portrayed as the divine man and bringer of peace to earth a many thousand years ago. The prototype of Patmos is to be seen in the Ritual[6]. John is in the isle of Patmos, 'for the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus.'[7] He writes of the god who died and is alive again, saying, 'Behold he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him' 'and they which pierced him are to mourn,'[8]. To see how ancient this is, let us turn to the 175th chapter of the Ritual of the Resurrection. It is 'the chapter of not dying a second death.' The divine sufferer is thus addressed: 'Decree this, O Tum, that if I behold the face I shall not be pained by thy sufferings.' This Tum decrees. The great gods have given him the supremacy, and he will reign 'on his throne in the isle of flame for eternities of eternities.'[9]

    The mission of Taht-Aan, the saluter of Horus, could not he better stated than in the words of John the divine concerning the Christ of the gnosis called the Word. 'That which was from the beginning, that which we have heard, that which we beheld, and our hands handled, concerning the Word of life (and the life was manifested, and we have seen, and bear witness, and declare unto you the life eternal which was with the Fatherland was manifested unto us); yea, and our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ: and these things we write that our joy may be fulfilled.'[10] Taht-Aan had indeed beheld and heard and handled 'the Word of eternal life' manifested in Horus or Jesus, the ever-coming son, for, as bearer of the symbolic utat, he carried Horus in his hands and held him aloft as the true light of the world, and the symbolic likeness of a soul in human nature that was begotten by Ra, the holy spirit and the father in heaven. Such was the revelation of Tehuti-Aan or Taht-Hermes. The position of Aan, the divine scribe, in relation to Horus, the only-begotten son of God, is repeated on behalf of John in the gospel. It is in the character of Taht-Aan that 'there came a man, sent from [p.692] God, whose name was John.'[11] The same came for witness of the light. He was not the light, but came that he might bear witness of the light[12], as did Taht-Aan, who carries the Eye of Horus in his hands and testifies that Horus is the true light of the world, as son of Ra the solar god, and of the holy spirit in the eschatology. John likewise gives his personal testimony, not without hard swearing, regarding 'that which was from the beginning, that which we have heard, that which we have seen with our eyes, and our hands handled, concerning the Word.'[13] But the testimony of Taht-Aan concerning the word or logos as Horus was far anterior and just as personal. Moreover, he handled it by carrying in his hands the eye of light, the talismanic maat-kheru, and the papyrus-roll or book of life.

    The Ritual is the book which contains the divine words that bring about the resurrection to the glory of eternal life. It is a book of the mysteries in which the revelation was dramatically enacted. As before said, the chief revelation made by Aan, as we have it in the now recovered Book of the Dead, is made by the father in heaven on behalf of Horus, the divine son on earth and in Amenta. Horus as the Word gives voice to the decrees which Ra hath spoken in heaven. In his form of the divine son Horus executes those decrees, and Taht-Aan, the giver of the written words[14], is the recorder of the decrees for human use. It is announced in the opening chapter of the Ritual that Ra, the holy spirit, 'issued the mandate which Taht-Aan hath executed.'[15] This was the revelation made by the father in heaven as testifier to Horus the son who is the 'word made truth' in the books of Aan. It is the same opening in the Book of Revelation. The mandate is divinely given to John that he shall write 'the revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to
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  2. Keita Kenyatta

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    Now, upon request I will post the issues pertaining to the book of Daniel so that you can see for yourselves.
     
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