Brother AACOOLDRE : Find Egypt in your Bible

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    EGYPTIAN INFLUENCES IN THE BIBLE
    By Andre Austin

    1. Moses original name was Osarseph meaning “child of Osiris”. Then changed to Moses, being derived from the Egyptian word “msy” meaning is born. Changed name was Ra-Mose or Ramose. It was taboo to link a name to an Egyptian deity in the Jewish bible so the front part of Moses changed name was dropped.

    2. Josiah destroys the Egyptian Ark of the covenant Moses had constructed and replaced it with a plain box.

    3. Hezekial destroys the bronze serpents (2 Kings 18:4). The Jews were burning incense to it just like they were to the Queen of Heaven (Isis) in Jeremiah 44:19. Why would Jesus become this symbol of healing if he wasn’t wrapped in the Egyptian religion also? (John 3:14). Read the whole book of Jeremiah and you will see how Isis and the Easter celebrations were going on way before a black pope in the 4century AD brought in Easter with the Catholic religion.

    4. An Egyptian freemason John the Baptist baptizing Jesus in an Egyptian ritual of re-creation which would symbolize the image of the Bronze serpents or a pyramid with the sun on top. All souls saved by Jesus are on top of a housetop/pyramid with a candle/oil lantern (Child reborn of light/Atum/Adam) with Jesus as Noah/Nun.

    5. Joshua (in Chap 5 of his book) conducts a second circumcision to do away with the Egyptian reproach of the first ritual of circumcision to hold allegiance with Osiris penis being cut off by Set (Satan).

    6. The Jewish writers make Methuselah live 969 years symbolic of the duration of the Memphite kingdom. I don’t know if the Jews had an allegiance with some of the White Asians from the city of Fostat (Cairo) that helped destroy Memphis (Memphite kingdom) and having it yielded to Thebes whose local god was Amen. It doesn’t matter because the Jews wrote Methuselah (Memphite Kingdom) into the genealogy of Jesus in the New testament.

    7. “The lord of hosts.. Has said see I will punish Amen of Thebes and Egypt” Jeremiah 46:25 of the Catholic Bible. This is a pun on Amen who the Egyptians said was unseen. Paul introduces Amen as faith (Aman) of unseen (Amen) qualities of Amen creation see (Hebrews 11). Jesus liked Amen and often invoked his name in the gospel of John to declare something true. The Egyptian declared Amen created the world out of Maat (truth/law). Jesus says the Truth sets souls free from the rebirth/recreation cycle so did the Egyptians. Revelations 3:14 links Amen with creation too.

    8. Osiris was shown in a coffin with the vegetable of Corn so did Jesus use a similar parable in John 12:23.

    9. John Gospels opening chapter comes from the Memphite Theology saying that Ptah created a Hill/ pyramid out of the water of the Nile called Nun or Noah with a light of the sun (Atum/Adam on top of it. The priests from Thebes said it was Amen using Ptah. Nevertheless this model was duplicated in the bronze serpents, Baptism and other symbols used by the Jews and Christians.
     
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    No, Osiris was not shown with the vegetable we now known as "corn" (maize) because the vegetable we now know as "corn" (maize) did not exist in ancient Egypt.

    The vegetable we now know as "corn" (maize) was cultivated by indigenous people in Meso-america, particularly the Aztecs and the Mayans.

    In the English language of the 1600s, the word "corn" in the KJV translation from Hebrew and Greek is used to denote a grain, usually wheat or barley or a part of a grain.

    Likewise, when "corn" (maize) spread to North America, the early English settlers called it "Indian Corn," again using it to denote a grain.

    In this verse, the word "corn" is used to mean a "kernel" of wheat.

    The myth of Osiris says that he "discovered" wheat and taught the Egyptians how to cultivate it. So, he "found" it where it was already growing.

    The myth of Osiris also says that he introduced wine to the people.

    Now, yes, the ancient Egyptians did make beer from barley and wine from various fruits: figs, dates, pomegranates, and grapes. ---Beer was largely reserved for the common people and wine was drunk by the upper classes.

    However, Man had been growing, cultivating and processing every fruit and grain since God created the earth.

     
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    2 Chron. 35:
    [1] Moreover Josiah kept a passover unto the LORD in Jerusalem: and they killed the passover on the fourteenth day of the first month.
    [2] And he set the priests in their charges, and encouraged them to the service of the house of the LORD,
    [3] And said unto the Levites that taught all Israel, which were holy unto the LORD, Put the holy ark in the house which Solomon the son of David king of Israel did build; it shall not be a burden upon your shoulders: serve now the LORD your God, and his people Israel,..


    Rev. 11:
    [19] And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail.
     
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    you are arguing for something thats not even historically true. christianity the Bible is primaryly an Astro-theological literary hybrid. And this is so clearly evident in Luke 22:10 where Jesus is with the Pises age until it transfers to Aquarius. And of course Jesus is the Eastern star (sirius) or Osiris with the three kings (Stars) in Orion following him.

    It was the white Romans and vatican that made christianity historical for economic, and military control.

    The myth of Osiris, who was persecuted by 72 conspirators (the Sanhedrin had 71 members + Judas = 72), whose dead body was sealed in a casket (cave), and who arose during the full moon (Passover) after three days.

    Please lift the veil from your eyes.
     
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    No, I am not "arguing." But I am correcting some apparent mistakes and HOLES in your information.

    However, if you can say that I am "arguing FOR" something that "isn't even historically true," then I can just as fairly say that the arguments you are making against it aren't "historically true" either.

    Here you have compiled a list of people and events relevant to Christianity and the Bible but you have provided no support for it.

    So, if your aim here is to help others "lift the veil from their eyes," then, at least, have your facts straight and some evidence of such.

    For example, just where are you getting the information that Josiah destroyed the Ark Of The Covenant and replaced it with a plain box?

    Just you saying so does not make it true and correct.
     
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    And just when and how did John The Baptist become Egyptian?

    How did this man, born of Hebrew parents and named Yochanan ben Zechariah, become an Egyptian?


    Luke 1:
    [5] There was in the days of Herod, the king of Judaea, a certain priest named Zacharias, of the course of Abia: and his wife was of the daughters of Aaron, and her name was Elisabeth.
    [6] And they were both righteous before God, walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord blameless.
    [7] And they had no child, because that Elisabeth was barren, and they both were now well stricken in years.
    [8] And it came to pass, that while he executed the priest's office before God in the order of his course,
    [9] According to the custom of the priest's office, his lot was to burn incense when he went into the temple of the Lord.
    [10] And the whole multitude of the people were praying without at the time of incense.
    [11] And there appeared unto him an angel of the Lord standing on the right side of the altar of incense.
    [12] And when Zacharias saw him, he was troubled, and fear fell upon him.
    [13] But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zacharias: for thy prayer is heard; and thy wife Elisabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John

    And, how and when did John The Baptist become a freemason?
     
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    Hmmmm.

     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa and Peace and Love!




    .......Wow, sorry I missed this posting, which occurred on the first day of my departure for personal reasons(7/14/10), as if some would rather say I'm digging up old stuff...smh. The thread question is too easy, repeat, too easy. All this so-called scholarship is not designed for the masses, can't be, sorry. Read your Bibles for Egypt and more:)

     
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    http://amazingdiscoveries.org/S-deception_archaeology_Egypt_Moses

    Egypt and the Bible
    Author: Professor Walter J. Veith, PhD
    Summary: Are the Bible's stories about Egypt simply mythology as critics suggest, or is there proof in Egypt's own ancient writings?



    ....Today it is possible to not only read hieroglyphics, but also the ancient cuneiform writings. Astoundingly, the ancient relics have succeeded in silencing many of the Biblical critics. The harmony between Scripture and archaeological findings has shed new light upon the debate.

    Concerning the story of Joseph, it is known that the Semitic Hyksos overthrew the Egyptian dynasties from the year 1780 BC to 1545 BC, a period of just over a quarter of a century. During this time, it would have been possible for a Semite to reach the position of prestige occupied by Joseph. In recent times, frescoes have been found in Egyptian tombs depicting fat and thin cows, and inscriptions have been found referring to seven lean and seven opulent years, making this Biblical story more than just a myth. One of the most exciting stories in Scripture, however, is the Exodus
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