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    HOW IMHOTEP (2650 BC )WAS TRANSFORMED INTO JOSEPH (1560BC)?

    By Andre Austin

    Imhotep

    Imhotep (/ɪmˈhoʊtɛp/; also spelled Immutef, Im-hotep, or Ii-em-Hotep; the earliest known physician called Imuthes (Ἰμούθης) by the Greeks; fl. 27th century BC (c. 2650–2600 BC); Egyptian: ỉỉ-m-ḥtp jā-im-ḥātap meaning "the one who comes in peace, is with peace") was an Egyptian polymath who served under the Third Dynasty king Djoser as chancellor to the pharaoh and high priest of the sun god Ra at Heliopolis. He is considered by some to be the earliest known architect, engineer, and physician in history, though two other Egyptian figures identified as physicians, Hesy-Ra and Merit-Ptah, lived around the same time. The full list of his titles is:

    Chancellor of the King of Egypt, Doctor, First in line after the King of Upper Egypt, Administrator of the Great Palace, Hereditary nobleman, High Priest of Heliopolis, Builder, Chief Carpenter, Chief Sculptor, and Maker of Vases in Chief

    He was one of only a few commoners ever to be accorded divine status after death. The center of his cult was Memphis. From the First Intermediate Period onward Imhotep was also revered as a poet and philosopher (see wiipedia.org). His sayings were famously referenced in OT & NT poems like ‘Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die’ as seen in Ecclesiastes 8:15, 9:7-11 Isaiah 22:13 and 1 Cor 15:33).

    What are the clues that link Imhotep with Joseph?

    1. The Famine Stela Inscription that details Imhotep’s dream of 7 fat Cows and 7 lean Cows. The lean Cows are 7 years of famine. Both Imhotep and Joseph seek out the higher powers of god to assist them (Genesis 41:16).

    2. Joseph is given an Egyptian woman to marry Asenath=she who belongs to the goddess Neith (Genesis 41: 45). Neith is called the “Cow of heaven” and is the female version of Ptah. Imhotep was the son of Ptah. This increases the likelihood that Joseph was based on Imhotep who is given a woman from the same cult of Ptah. Now we know where the cartoon figures of those sleeping with Cows jumping over fences.

    3. Joseph commanded his servants the Physicians to embalm his father Israel=(Isis, Ra, El) see Genesis 50:2. Imhotep is the earliest known physicians so he would be Chief Physician with his other physician servants under him.

    4. Joseph was “put in charge of the whole land of Egypt” (Genesis 41:43). Imhotep was the first person in Egypt that was put into charge of all the land of Egypt without being a Pharaoh himself.

    5. Before Jesus was called the prince of peace, might be the first recorded in history as the first Krst (Christ), or even mason (carpenter) we have Imhotep.

    6. Joseph was given the name Zaphenath-Paneah Bible dictionaries claim ignorance to its meaning. When I first heard the name I thought about the R& B group Zapp. I loaned out an unreturned book by Moustafa Gadalla, from Egypt, who translated. Memory fades me so I will hunt down the book and or email Gadalla.

    7. Imhotep (Asclepius was called Soter (savior) centuries before the Christain era. The healing Pool of Bethesda (John 5:1-13) was a tribute to Imhotep or of his followers known as Serapis who himself is associated with Asclepius (Imhotep).

    For more information on the famine stela inscription see Wikipedia and The Famine Stela

    (Translation from M. Lichtheim. Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings. Vol. 3, pp. 94-100.)


    The Greek father of medicine Hippocrates (460-377BC) had an oath for doctors to take that said in part:

    “I swear by Apollo (Horus, right eye or his spit had healing properties), the Physician, and Aclepius (Imhotep)”. This oath allow contained a prohibition against abortion: “ I will give no deadly medicine to anyone…and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion”.

    In China they were population control junkies like the USA. They stopped attack the fetus in the womb and now make disappear a half a million elderly people per year. This reminds me of the movie Logan’s Run where you are Zapped out of existence once you reach a certain age. The comedian Dick Gregory is noting our black youth disappearing as body snatchers to sell their organs and do experiments. In China they just keep all of the organs alive in prison until they have a match and a debit card release of funds for organs.

    IN CONCLUSION

    The Jews were accused by the Koran of changing the time/place of events (Koran V:44).When people duplicate and replicate spiritual experiences it becomes a spider’s web of religion. Imhotep came on the scene in 2650BC and the fictional Joseph 1560BC. Three functions of religion:

    1. The cultural and racial superiority of the people who created it.

    2. The paralysis of analysis of those who believe in it without thinking

    3. The perpetual empowerment of the agenda intended by it.

    Andre Austin is the author of Lukewarm: the Temperature of Justice, Poor Dre’s Almanac and My Poemology (see www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_9_8?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=lukewarm+the+temperature+of+justice&sprefix=Lukewarm%2Caps%2C429).


    APPENDIX:

    The Famine Stela Inscription

    The story told on the stela is set in the 18th year of the reign of king Djoser. The text describes how the king is upset and worried, as the land of Egypt has been in the grip of a drought and famine for seven years, during which time the Nile has not flooded the farm lands. The text also describes how the Egyptian people are suffering as a result of the drought and that they are desperate and breaking the laws of the land. Djoser asks the priest staff under the supervision of high lector priest Imhotep for help. The king wants to know where Hapy (a river deity directly identified with the Nile) is born and which god resides at this place.

    Imhotep decides to investigate the archives of the temple Hut-Ibety (“House of the nets”), located at Hermopolis and dedicated to the god Thoth. He informs the king that the flooding of the Nile is controlled by the god Khnum at Elephantine from a sacred spring located on the island, where the god resides. Imhotep travels immediately to the location which is called Jebu. In the temple of Khnum, called “Joy of Life”, Imhotep purifies himself, prays to Khnum for help and offers “all good things” to him. Suddenly he falls asleep and in his dream Imhotep is greeted by the kindly looking Khnum. The god introduces himself to Imhotep by describing who and what he is and then describes his own divine powers. At the end of the dream Khnum promises to make the Nile flow again. Imhotep wakes up and writes down everything that took place in his dream. He then returns to Djoser to tell the king what has happened.

    The king is pleased with the news and issues a decree in which he orders priests, scribes and workers to restore Khnum´s temple and to once more make regular offerings to the god. In addition, Djoser issues a decree in which he grants the temple of Khnum at Elephantine the region between Aswan and Takompso with all its wealth, as well as a share of all the imports from Nubia.

    [​IMG]The famine stela
     
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