Black People : KHNUM: The Ram god of Amun

Chevron Dove

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May 7, 2009
KHNUM: The Ram god of Amun:

The Ram god, Khnum was/is synonymous with the descendants of Ham [KHam], the descendants of Noah and also defines them as being aboriginal people of Africa. In fact, the very name, Khnum, becomes its own confirmation and reveals that even before the post-flood Hamites were even conceived, the Ram-god was already a major concept in the land of Africa [the land of Kemet]. Like many words in the past and present, ‘Khnum’ has actually become ‘contracted’. This can be seen in the ancient names such as in ‘Khufu’ [Cheops] and ‘Chephren’ names in which reveal the earlier origins of the Ram god concept. Therefore, the letter combination ‘Kh’ [var. ‘Ch’] would be a contraction for the name of ‘Kham’ [or Cham]. Another incredible way to confirm these origins would be in the inverted format and in another name that became associated with the history of Ham and later, AbraHam:

****************KHNUM: The Ram god of AMUN***********************


From birth until he was almost 100 years old, the Biblical AbraHam was known as ‘Abram’ and this reveals his origins and inheritance with the descendants of Ham. He was part Ram! Perhaps now, it could be better understood why AbraHam eventually broke off from his father and embraced the history and experiences of Ham! About 2000 years after the life of AbraHam, Stephen was stoned for re-stating this very event; the separation of Abram and his father Terah.

In lieu of many other historical facts, the very word ‘Ram’ became exclusive for any Hamitic or Hamitic-typed people. Even though AbraHam was Shem [Semitic], he was born during a very unfortunate time, a time when Hamitic people began to be suppressed into slavery in Black-Babylon [present-day Iraq]. Therefore, Abram was considered to be ‘Ab-Ram’ or, ‘an Aboriginal Ram’ because of his mother. He was born in Ur of the Chaldees right around the area in which ‘the temple of Nimrod’ [tower of Babel] was being built up, a great event that became the very basis for slavery. And even though it has been completely downplayed, the very lot of AbraHam was not too much unlike the African American experience in the early American slave era. But today, we might possibly understand this lot of AbraHam.

Slavery and/or caste systems were not only based upon the color of one’s skin but it was specifically based upon Black-Hamitic-typed women. In American Slavery, no matter if the father was considered to be white, or even a colored freed man, if the Black woman was a slave then, so were her children. And this parallels the lot of AbraHam. There are so many American slave stories retold today that reveal this inhumane act of which goes totally against the Bible in regards to inheritance through the lineage of men. In the acclaimed book, Alex Haley’s, Roots*, the film reveals that the white man, Tom Moore enslaved his own son, Chicken George. And then there was the life story of Frederick Douglass.* The abolitionist, William Lloyd Garrison, pressured Frederick Douglass into giving an incredible but painful account of how he grew up as a slave due to the state of his mother. The book made Douglass famous. But when Douglass later came into an understanding that he was actually the son of a white man, his choices soon reflected why he turned against Garrison, rewrote other books in retraction of his earlier book and repeated the very same acts of disregard for Black women that he witnessed. However in ancient Babylon, Abram’s choices were totally different. Abram became hostile in the spirit and later embraced his Hamitic heritage. Therefore the entire life’s purpose of Abram [AbraHam] completely contradicts todays’ deception with regards to the racial makeup of the aboriginal descendants of AbraHam and that of Jesus Christ. With the exception of Esau, all of AbraHam’s early descendants intermixed with the descendants of Ham.

According to Stephen in the Book of ACTS, Abram was visited by God-the-Creator while he was in Mesopotamia and he was made to know at that young time of his life that he would one day be severed from his father Terah. Abram would be about forty years old when the construction of this great temple of Nimrod was abruptly stopped and violence broke out and even then, Abram remained under the influence of his father for many more years as they fled for refuge into Assyria. Finally when Abram was seventy-five (75) years old, he left Assyria never to return. Amazingly too, Terah lived on for about one hundred more years and only dies a few years earlier before AbraHam died. Yet, after AbraHam left Terah, he never returned not even to see his father buried. As Joshua later said after the Exodus, Terah embraced the Assyrian ideals and it was for this reason that the ties between father and son were severed by ‘God’ the Creator. The Assyrians set up their government on the basis of white supremacy and therefore, they oppressed the Syrians and later, they even enslaved the Israelites, the very descendants of Abram and his wife Sarah!

So why did God change the name of Abram to AbraHam? Could it be due to the Hamitic divergence to the eastern practice of Idolatry and human sacrifice? And did this acceptance of eastern traditions lead Hamitic king’s to exploit, sacrifice and enslave of their own people?

Before ‘the Ram’ became defined by eastern customs, the central theme of the ram was in regards to specific aspects of the animal that connect to the aboriginal Hamites such as the nature and spirit of the ram and especially ‘the wooly coat’ of the Ram. It would be ‘the wooly coat’ of the Ram and ‘the lanolin’ [lamb oil] that defines Hamitic people as having the dominant trait of ‘wooly hair’. And for this very reason, ‘the Ram’ remained a constant ‘ensign’ of Ham [Cham] and AbraHam and even up to the very time of Jesus! Still today, the Ram [the male sheep; Lamb, a young sheep] would be connected to Ham. So although Abram’s name was changed to AbraHam, both names tie him to his Hamitic origins byway of his mother of whom gave birth to Abram in the land of Ham [Cush-Ham].

As the Bible details, Nimrod was a descendant of Cush-Ham and the Cush-Hamites [Ku****es] have a firm foundation in much of the continent of Africa and in their connection to ‘the Ram’ where it was known as ‘Khnum’. In South Egypt [Thebes] and farther south of Thebes in the land of Kush, ‘the Ram god’ Khnum was worshiped and also directly relates to ‘the god Amun’. It would be here too, that the origins of the Ram ideology can be proven to go way back and long before Ham and even the Fourth Dynasty kings of Egypt.

The 4th Dynasty kings were Seth Kings [descendants of Seth], moreover, they were the very first dynasty of Seth kings and the first to identify with the ram as ‘Khnum’ and this name not only reveals their genetic description in relation to the Ram’s wool but also, their presence and reign gives a definite clarification as to why there are three similar names, Amun, Amon and Amen of which have been vaguely and mistakenly defined as originally being one concept. Although a 12th Dynasty pharaoh did combined the three concepts as ‘Amen-Re’ [or Amun-Ra], however, he did this after it had been long known of the distinctions that did exist among the names? Because ancient Egyptian script has been defined as being devoid of ‘vowels’, modern day Egyptologist skip over the fact that Egyptian words became ‘contracted’ and there are still sharp distinction with words in reference to vowels. Each of the names, Amon, Amen and Amun, have different origins. The earliest name, ‘Amon’, goes back to about 1500 years before the formation of the 4th Dynasty Seth kings and was a common name in Africa that have roots in and around South Egypt. The name ‘Amen’ was became known almost a thousands years after ‘Amon’ was esteemed and belongs to another man; ‘Amen-the-Unifier’ around 3000s BC. He also lived about 500 years before the concept of ‘Amun’ even became known! The ideology of ‘the ram’ was formed around the 3000s BC but, Amen-the-Unifier was not identified in connection with ‘the Ram’. Amen was linked to the names ‘Narmer’, ‘Scorpion’ and ‘the Bull’ and these names also reveal that he was an aboriginal eastern man [an aboriginal Cainite]. The descendants of Seth honored Amen for thousands of years because it was Amen [Menes] of whom rose up and fought for Seth people [his mother’s people] against the Asiatics in the North Egypt. Finally though, the name ‘AMUN’ became defined in connection with the 4th Dynasty generations of Seth kings and in their connection with KHNUM as the THE RAM god around the 2500s BC.

So technically, the Ram concept goes back before the generations of even Ham [Cham] in that they were attached to the ‘SETH KINGS OF THE 4th DYNASTY’. Just like these early Seth kings [Seth means South!], the Hamitic concept of the Ram became exploited by the pagan people from the east. The ideology of ‘the Ram’ goes back to an exact time period in which marks a phenomenon; THE APPEARANCE OF THE PLANET MARS! This Red Planet marks a time in which Seth men became linked to the ideology of the Ram in one aspect and about 500 years before they even became identified with it in the 4th Dynasty. They were exploited. The eastern people defined the Ram in a negative aspect and this brought about confusion. The enemy of the South World people came to define the Ram in association with their EASTER RITUALS of human sacrifice and war. But South world kings initially viewed themselves in a defensive mode and these opposing ideals later became a confusion. However, because the Hamites initially embraced everything that Noah had to offer, they became the first dominant men in this post-flood world to achieve greatness and as their names actually attest, they became GREAT BUILDERS in every possible sense! Therefore, it was Ham and his descendants that received the very blessings of Seth and they received the inheritance of the land of Egypt and Africa; the land of Kemet. Like Abram of whom was Semitic and part-Hamitic, many other kinds of post-flood people that became identified with the name of Ram reveals their direct link with Ham. And this would be another major confirmation to what Jesus looked like. For, his mother was ‘A RAMI GIRL’!

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“The principal god of the region was Chnum, the ram god. And so the royal child was called Cnum-Khufwey, ‘Chnum is his protector’, Even in contemporary texts the name was often shortened to Khufwey, which the Greeks transcribed as Cheops.” p. 21.

Amun’s name means ‘the Hidden One’ and one of his epithets was ‘mysterious of form’, although he was usually represented in human form wearing a tall double-plumed headdress. He could also be envisaged as a ram - Ovis platyra - with horns curving inwards close to the head.” p. 280.
Khnum, the ram-god of Elephantine, . . . “ pg 64-5.
Acts 7:1-5
[1] Then said the high priest, Are these things so?
[2] And he said, Men, brethren, and fathers, hearken; The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Charran,
[3] And said unto him, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall shew thee.
[4] Then came he out of the land of the Chaldaeans, and dwelt in Charran: and from thence, when his father was dead, he removed him into this land, wherein ye now dwell.


Happy Winter Solstice
Sep 27, 2005
Historical Fact:

The hostile takeover of these powerful priests ( ie. "Amon (Aum/ Amen) in Khnum and the clans of Horus") who dared invade and usurp the Matriarchal temples of Mama Wata in places like Thebes, Libya, and Ethiopia created the split that began tear apart he African Family.

p. 51
The Sibyls
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