Brother AACOOLDRE : Clarification of Lukewarm, Leukos, leukothea & Tefnut-maat

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    CLARIFICATION OF LEUKOS & LEUKOTHEA LINKS WITH LUKEWARM

    By Andre Austin, author of Lukewarm Church @ Laodicea


    Some of the white Biblical scholars are in partially and temporary relief that the term Lukewarm may be more related to Homer and Euripides play on Leukos and Leukothea than the Egyptian Tefnut. Why? Because they like it when things are not directly rooted in the Egyptian culture.

    However, I will not forsake Tefnut-Maat because its still in play. The Lukewarm church @ Laodicea they were dealing with spiritual blindness and spiritual nakedness the exact same thing Adam and Eve were doing meddling with the Tree of Good & Evil balance in the garden. This tree was proven to be symbolic of Tefnut-Maat who had the power to open the eyes of Adam & Eve and let them know they were spiritually naked. Leukothea save souls by the taking off of clothes and switching of clothes from black to white which is implied in the parable of the Lukewarm church who grow rich selling glossy black garments.

    The Hebrew scribes tweaked with Tefnut-Maat/Tree of good & Evil because those who lived off of Tefnut-Maat were required everyday to declare in part that they provided food for the hungry and clothes for the naked. When you are clothed with righteousness in ancient Egypt it could be a symbolic metaphor for being clothed with the white clouds that Tefnut was an attribute of.

    Any spit that Jesus uses in a two-step process to cure the blind it’s based upon the two-step process of Tefnut curing Amen-Ra of his eye problem. Therefore when Amen-Ra is declared a true witness to the shenanigans of the Lukewarm church @ Laodicea.

    Leukos and Leukothea bleeds out with Lukewarm because of its similar sounds, spelling and context. With Tefnut-Maat the context is the same but the spelling is different. When those who are burning in hell for being in alliance with Lucifer they request drops of dew from Tefnut-Maat for mercy when they were rich they made the poor buy which they couldn’t afford.

    Adam would die if he ate from the tree of knowledge?


    The Myth: But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die (Gen 2:17).


    The Reality: The purpose of this story is to condemn the Egyptian idea that knowledge of moral order {Maat} would lead to Eternal life, which conflicted with Hebrew monotheistic teachings. It’s a sophisticated attack upon Egyptian philosophical doctrines in the OT but when the NT is released Jesus became the deity Shu and reclaims the role of the Tree of life), From Egyptian deities into trees.


    The relationship between moral order and eternal life lay behind the biblical story about the Tree of knowledge of good and evil and the tree of life. Yet, despite the close parallels between the two descriptions, there is one glaring conflict. In the Egyptian text, Nun (the great flood) urged Atum (Adam) to eat of his daughter Tefnut (moral order) giving him access to knowledge of moral order. In genesis, God forbade Adam to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, denying him access to moral knowledge. Along with the Tree of knowledge being based on moral order of Maat. The Ten commandments were also based on the 42 declaration of Maat. Jesus modified the Ten commandments to focus on love rather than the death penalty for some of the Ten orders.


    This inconsistency appears in the face of a moral conundrum in the biblical account. It would seem that god lied and the serpent told the truth. Initially, god ordered Adam not to eat from the tree of knowledge, telling him that he would die on the very day that he did so. Yet, later, after eating from the fruit of this tree, Adam not only lived ( for about another 9 hundred years), but God feared that he would obtain eternal life if he ate from the tree of life and so it became necessary to expel him from the Garden.



    The Egyptians believed that if you lived a life of moral order, the god Osiris, who ruled over the afterlife, would award you eternal life. That was the philosophical link between these two fundamental principles of life and moral order, and that is why Egyptians depicted them as the children of the creator. In effect, knowledge of moral behavior was a step towards immortality and godhood. That is precisely the issue framed in Genesis.


    When Eve ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, god declared that if Adam also ate from the tree of life he would become like God himself. But the Hebrews were monotheists. The idea that humans could become god like flew in the face of the basic theological concept of biblical religion, that there was and could be only one god. Humans can’t become god-like??? But we could be in his image of light (Atum)?


    The Hebrew story is actually a sophisticated attack on the Egyptian doctrine of moral order leading to eternal life. It begins by transforming life and moral order from Egyptian deities into that of trees, eliminating the cannibalistic imagery suggested by Atum eating of his daughter. Then, Adam was specifically forbidden to eat the fruit of moral order/Maat. Next, Adam was told that not only wouldn’t he achieve eternal life if he ate of moral order but that he would actually die if he did eat it. Finally, Adam was expelled from the garden before he could eat from the Tree of life and live eternity.


    Notes: FROM CHAOS TO MORAL ORDER


    (A). O you eight Chaos-gods, being veritable Chaos-gods, who encircle the sky with your arms, who gather together sky and earth for Geb, Shy fashioned you in chaos, in teh Abyss, in darkness and in gloom, and he allots you to Geb and Nut, while Shu is everlasting and Tefnut is eternity...I am Shu whom Atum fashioned, and this garment of mine is the air (Naked) of life....It is I who make the sky light after darkness, my pleasant color is the air which goes forth after me from the mouth of Atum...I am Everlasting, who fashioned the Chaos-gods, reproduced by the spittle of Atum which issued from his mouth when he used his hand...It is my son who will live, whom I begot in my name. He knows how to nourish him who is in the egg in the womb for me, namely the human beings who came forth from my eye which I sent out while I was alone with Nun in lassitude, and I could find no place on which to stand or sit, when Iunu had not yet been founded that I might dwell in it...Nun said to Atum: Kiss/Eat your daughter Ma'at, put her at your nose, that your heart may live, for she will not be far from you....I am the living one who knits on heads, who makes necks firm, and who nourishes throats. I knit Atum together, I make firm the head of Isis on her neck, I knit together the spine of Khepri for him...




    That is my daughter, the living female one, Tefnut,
    who shall be with her brother Shu.
    Life is his name, Order (Maat) is her name.
    [At first] I lived with my two children, my little ones,
    the one before me, the other behind me.
    Life reposed with my daughter Order,
    the one within me, the other without me.
    I rose over them, but their arms were around me.

    - Spell 80, Coffin Texts


    (B). More powerful evidence links the Tree of knowledge of good/evil is from Egyptian Maat. Egyptian scribes write:

    "Homage to you, O ye Gods, who dwell in the Hall of the Maati goddesses (Tefnut was female Twin to Shu), who are without evil in your bodies, and live upon right and truth, and who feed yourselves upon right and truth" (Egyptian Ideas of the Afterlife By EA Wallis Budge p.150-151. The OT scribes couldn't of been talking about anything else but the fruit of Egyptian Maat. Additionally when hunger gets to Osiris "His hunger is with Shu, his thirst is with Tefnut" that Lukewarm water talked about in Rev 3:16 see Osiris & The Egyptian Resurrection Volume 1. p.131 By EA Wallis Budge.


    The fruit of the righteous is a Tree of life” (Proverbs 11:30)
     
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