Brother AACOOLDRE : Egyptian Trinity in Bible of Word/Light

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    The Myth: Let there be Light: and there was Light. (Gen 1:3)

    The Reality: Genesis follows the Theban & Memphite Creation Doctrines of ancient Egypt when it begins the creation process with the appearance of Light.

    In Genesis, God’s spoken (Word) command causes light to appear suddenly, an event that signifies the start of the creative process. No such doctrine appears in the Mesopotamian myths, but many Egyptian myths follow the same sequence. After the Egyptian creator god speaks, Light suddenly appears. One particular passage from a hymn to Amen shows how closely the biblical sequence follows the Egyptian.

    [The One (Amen)] that came into being in the first time when no god was [yet] created when you Amen-Ra opened your eyes with them and everybody became illuminated by means of the glances of your eyes, when the day had not yet came into being”.

    Now I know where Rev 3:14-18 was talking about: “These Things saith the Amen, the faithful and true Witness, the beginning of the creation of God…I know thy works…The shame of thy nakedness do not appear, and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see”.

    Who was the Witness? In the beginning was the Word in him was life/light Jesus (Amen) was not the Light but a Witness to the light (John 1:1-9)

    The subsequent development of Trinitarian thinking was encouraged by a misunderstanding of the Hebrew notion of “word” by Justin Martyr. For John, “Logos” signified not a second person in the godhead, but the self-expressive activity of God” (The Doctrine of the Trinity: Christianity’s Self-Inflicted Wound By A. Buzzard p.127).

    This is interesting because it states up above from the hymn to Amen not only that light appeared at the beginning of creation but that it appeared when the day had not yet come into being, and Genesis makes the same claim. Immediately following the appearance of light, the Bible says:

    And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness. And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day. (Gen 1:4-5).

    In both the Theban and Memphite Creation myths, after Ptah appears as Father/Mother in one flesh, he commands by Word/Heart the appearance of Atum/Light and Ka spirit, the Heliopolitan Creator god who first appears in the form of a flaming serpent, the first light.

    In Genesis and Egyptian myth, Creation began when a deity summoned forth the first light by verbal command. This light originally corresponded to Atum, but the Hebrew writers eliminated the direct reference to this deity and simply described the appearance of light.

    Atum, whose name is phonetically identical to that of Adam with the T and D being interchangeable. Atum was formed out of the first land (Ham/black soil) that emerged from the Nile primeval waters with Ptah putting Light/Fire on top of the land mass/man. Hence come the doctrine of baptism (Saved/Re-creation) of the NT linking it with Noah/Nile flood (1 Peter 3:19-22). So this is why Jesus advises you to keep oil lanterns and candles lit as he rescues you like Noah from the Housetop/Mountain land mass in Luke 17. The NT was written on two surface levels as a parody of the Egyptian Myths and war campaigns of Emperor Titus.

    Now I know why the Hebrew scribes made the Eyes of Ham homosexual, barren and castrated. They, the Jews, on the sly were running a sophisticated attack on the Egyptian religion and at the same time plagiarizing portions of it that suited them. As you recall Amen created from his eyes and commands of his Words. Ptah created the same way but with his Tongue and heart. The Trinity left out the Mother not realizing the Father/Mother were One flesh with the son and spirit still making 3. You can read more about that in my article on Arius. But back to Ham.


    Plutarch’s Isis and Osiris” wrote on the true nature of Ham eyes of not being gay or red. He said: “Egypt, moreover, which has the Blackest of soils (Cham/Ham, land of black soil/people) they call by the same name as the black portion of the eye, “Chemia) and compare it to a heart; for it is warm and moist and is enclosed by the southern portions of the inhabited world and adjoins them, like the heart in a man’s left side”.

    The Egyptians linked up their creation stories from the flood/teardrops of the Nile depositing black soil on the land and linked it up with the heart/eyes of themselves. It’s Ptah who sits on the potter’s wheel fashioning man from this black mud that the Koran talks about.

    I hope I haven’t confused you.