Brother AACOOLDRE : Genesis 1 from Egyptian Priests

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  1. AACOOLDRE

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    Genesis 1 & The Egyptian Priests
    By Andre Austin

    The Beginning
    *1*In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

    *2*Now the earth was *formless and empty, darkness( Ham black soil of the Nile) was over the surface of the deep(water), and the Spirit (Amen/Wind) of God was hovering over the waters (Nun/Noah for water).

    *3*And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light (Atum/Adam as Light).
    We created in God’s image of light & Air

    So here we have the first 4 elements plus 4 more for their opposites or wives totaling 8.

    Now, how in the world can I explain this above quote as plagiarism of Jewish scribes from Egyptian priest. The Motif of the sun rising from a pyramidal/mountain/dirt mound was present in most Egyptian creation myths. Just imagine the sun on top of a pyramid. Imagine yourself on top of a housetop/pyramid with a oil lantern on top waiting on someone to save you from the lake of fire like Noah did. So Jesus comes to save like Noah as outlined in Luke 17 and uses the Eagle to replace Noah’s Raven which replace Egyptians BenBen Bird.

    I now see the metaphor of Baptism as symbolic of being reborn/recreation.

    I first broke the case for Noah’s flood as a Nile flood when the Jewish scribes used the same height for Noah’s flood as for good Egyptian Nile flood. When the Egyptian Nile flooded at 15 cubits feet high it meant the wind (Amen) pushed the Water (Noah) containing black mud (Ham/soil) for good farming to produce food to avoid famine death. Then the sun help the plant like grow.

    The gospel of John first chapter is a reproduction of the Egyptian Memphite theology where they place Jesus in the role of Amen and Ptah using his voice commands to produce life/light.

    The Hebrew priests under the influence of the Babylonians took Noah and his family of Eight from Genesis 1. But it clear Noah story came from a combination of 4 different creation stories in Egypt where Nun birth eights gods out of the water called the Ogdoad. While in the Ark a child was born Canaan who represents The Ennead/nine gods.

    So here is the break down:

    1. Noah is Nun element Water/Nile
    2. Ham is Black earth from Nile Adam created from the dust of mud
    3. Shem is the Air of Amen pushing the water and soil on the earth
    4. Japeth is Ptah the discover of fire/Light which would be above Adam/Atum a pile of mud or a pyramid.
    The other 4 are the wives their opposites.

    In Christianity Jesus comes to save like Noah so you must be reborn child of light with a lights on top of a housetop when Jesus comes like a thief in the night.
     
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    so ham shem and japeth is not about race ?
     
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    Not originaly
    later on they were assigned to Land/race

    They were all part of an Egyptian creation story


    ONE BIRD FLEW OVER
    By Andre Austin

    The Egyptian BenBen Bird Noah’s Ark Dove Jesus baptism bird and the Eagle on Judgment day all have a common origin. Its missing link to be found in Egypt. Four Exhibits will attempt to piece the puzzle together.


    Exhibit A: Benben Bird
    The Benben bird was symbolic of regeneration, the pyramid, the first to get ray of light and to appear after the original flood story after the birth of Re/Atum-Ra. 8 (Ogdoad) deities gave birth to the second Atum/Adam (9th The Ennead). The Nile flood was 15 cubits. Atum sits on top of hill/pyramid with light shining.


    Exhibit B: After Noah’s flood which was 15 cubits deep a Raven (darkness) then a Dove (Love/Light) appeared to see plant life on land (olive leaf). In the Ark 8 souls gave collective birth to Canan (9th Ennead) who is symbolic of Re/Atum-Ra. The Ark sits on top of a hill.


    Exhibit C. Jesus baptism is linked with Noah (1 Peter 3:20-22). Jesus is dunked underwater and comes back up with a Dove (spirit/light) appearing above his head (Matthew 3:16-17). Jesus did this once before as the sprit hovering over the waters in genesis. Jesus is the second Adam/Atum (1 Cor 15:45-49) and the Eagle appears for the resurrection of the dead on judgment day. The word was life/light (John 1:1-3). This same spirit (light/Dove/Atum or Elohim) moved on top of the waters in Genesis just like over Jesus after he came out of the water.


    Exhibit D: The Eagle
    Judgment day Jesus comes like Noah (Luke 17: 26-37). Jesus advises souls to be on top of a housetop (An ark/pyramid/hill). In other texts he advises souls to have a lamp/candle (Matthew 25). Jesus says don’t be afraid to loose life. In Greek this would have been Martyr/pyramid. The last sentence of Luke 17 talks about an Eagle over body. Eagle is describe in Psalm 103: 1-5 as redeeming life, regeneration just like the Benben bird. This is the perfect description of Egyptian Atum/light (Adam/Canaan) coming out the flood appearing on top of a hill/housetop after creation/rebirth with birds hovering in the air above them.

    I would have to conclude all four exhibits share the same motif and its missing link was original written down in hieroglyphics in Egypt.
     
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