Brother AACOOLDRE : Egyptian Marriage Ritual in Genesis

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    THE EGYPTIAN MARRIAGE RITUAL IN GENESIS

    EVE CAME FROM ADAM’S RIB: Bible’s principles of Marriage is Egyptian

    By Andre Austin

    The Myth: And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs…made a woman…She shall be called “Woman” because she was taken out of Man. Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh (Genesis 2:21-24) repeated in Matthew 19:4-6 When you get married to your opposite sex you become one bi-sexual flesh.

    The Reality: the story Eve’s birth integrates the Egyptian Creation story of the separation of heaven and Earth with portions of the Sumerian myth of Enki and Ninhursag.

    The character of Eve draws upon a number of myths, Both Egyptian and Sumerian. According to Genesis, God created Eve out of Adam’s rib. As a result of this relationship, God instituted the idea of marriage.

    Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh (Genesis 2:21-24)

    Initially, Adam’s wife was known simply as “The woman” (Recall Jesus referes to his mother Mary as “Woman” (John 2:4), because she was taken out of man. Only after she and her husband were expelled from the Garden of Eden in Egypt did she receive the name Eve. In giving her that name, Adam says it was because “she was the mother of all living”. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: “Mary became the Woman, the new Eve”. And Jesus was the Second Adam (1 Cor 15 :45).

    Adam and Eve correspond to the Egyptian deities Geb (Earth) and Nut (Heaven). According to the Egyptian Coffin Text 80, Atum (Adam) said he created Nut so that “She could be over my head and Geb could marry (mary) her” In other words, The Egyptians saw the union of Earth and Heaven as the basis for marriage, and this principle is carried over into Genesis with Adam & Eve. And who said the Egyptians had no marriage ceremony or ritual when the bible’s foundation comes from them???

    This also explains why the bible says the heavens and earth had children (Genesis 2:4-7). Why else say “These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth”??? A: to tell stories of families.

    Notes:

    Genesis Chapter 2: Did the Heavens and Earth have Children?????

    It states “These are the generations (production) of the Heavens (Nut) and Earth (Geb”.

    In Egyptian mythology, “The water of life cometh into heaven, the water of Life cometh on the earth. The sky catches fire (Atum) before thee, the earth quaked before thee, at the hands of the children of God. The two mountains (mound) are cleft (split or divide) the god appeared, and the god hath the mastery over his own body”- Osiris & The Egyptian Resurrection Volume 2 p.361. This is the same as 2 Peter 3:5 “God’s word the heavens existed and the earth was formed out of water and by water” which was referring to Genesis 1:6-7. This firmament arising out of the waters is the primeval mountain of Egyptian myth.

    This process of halving (separation) is the basis of Nile Valley mathematics and contemporary biological science which is associated with the process of cellular division called mitosis. This concept was expressed in ancient Egyptian text which stated:

    Iam one that transforms

    Into two

    Iam two that transforms

    Into four

    Iam four that transforms

    Into Eight (commoninly known as Noah’s family of 8)

    After this Iam One (One flesh in the bible see Genesis 2:21-24) repeated in Matthew 19:4-6

    See Nile Valley Contribution to Civilization By Anthony Browder p.123


    The Egyptian religion is a pure monotheism , which manifested itself externally by symbolic polytheism. In the Egyptian coffin text 80 Atum said he created Nut so that “she could be over my head and Geb could marry her,. In other words, the Egyptians saw the union of Earth and heaven as the basis for marriage, and this principle is carried over into genesis with Adam (Earth/Geb) and Eve (Sky/Nut).

    “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother (House) and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh, so they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what god has joined together, let man not separate” (Matthew 19:4-7”. Doesn’t this sounds like Atum’s separation and uniting back with self. Plus Het-heru (Hathor) means House of Horus. In Egypt when a man marries, he is “Housed”-he becomes settled”-Egyptian Divinities By Moustafa Gadalla p.81


    Jesus and Mary are symbolic of Adam & Eve and so are any Male & Female that untites together in marry we are just symbolic representations on this continued ritual. And at some time in the future we will unite in One spiritual body of Light AS-ONE.


    To advance the understanding of the theft of Egyptian creation stories allow me to quote from the Greeks who learned from Egyptian priests:

    “And apparently Euripides also, who was a pupil of Anaxagoras the natural philosopher, is not opposed to this account of the nature of the universe, for in his Melanippe he writes as follows:

    Tis thus that Heaven & Earth were once One form: but since the two were asundered (split/separated) each from each, they now begat and bring to light all things, the trees and birds, the beasts, the spawn of sea, and the race of mortals.

    Concerning the first generation of the universe this is the account which we have received” (The library of History Book 1:7. According to George G.M James in his Stolen Legacy Anaxagoras and others stole their theology/philosophy from Egyptian teachings.
     
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