KJV Bible of Egyptian / African origin: Peace and Greetings; Throughout my studies I have come across more blacks that have been prejudiced against the Old Testament and Holy Scriptures then whites. This is because white teach black people to reject the Old Testament for either the New Testament or some concepts of Osiris, Isis or Ra….etc. The point is white people do this because they know and understand that once a specific bloodline of African peoples who are scattered in the earth return to the Supreme Being they will move to the position of reigning in the earth. As I studied and meditated on the Specific Word of GOD and looked at the Hebrew and Egyptian linguistics I discovered or was induced with a punishing question for white Jews who simply ignore the question and have no answer. I would also like to put this question to all members of the board who have been brainwashed to believe the Old Testament and Holy Scriptures are not of Egyptian or African origin. In these passages……………………. Isa:8:8: And he shall pass through Judah; he shall overflow and go over, he shall reach even to the neck; and the stretching out of his wings shall fill the breadth of thy land, O Immanuel. Isa:8:10: Take counsel together, and it shall come to nought; speak the word, and it shall not stand: for God is with us. In the Hebrew Script and any other written linguistics at the time there is absolutely no distinction between a name and a saying. This is one of the main reasons as linguistics evolved names of people and places stopped having a syntactic meaning. The Egyptian written Hieroglyphs was and is the only linguistic tongue that had a method of distinguishing between words being expressed as a name and it being expressed as a saying. This method was called the Egyptian Name Ring. The Egyptian Name Ring was highly utilized and was the only way to understand when to know how and when to express specific words orally and how they should be spoken as apposed to contextual expression. In the Hebrew Script “Immanuel” and “God is with us” is written exactly, exactly the same way. Thus the question becomes……………… How did the renders of the so-called Hebrew Script know when and how to express “Immanuel” as opposed to “God is with us”? The only answer I could perceive is they had to have been looking at an Egyptian Name Ring. They translated “Immanuel” as it was inside of the Egyptian Name Ring. And when “Immanuel” was not in a Name Ring they knew to express it as “God is with us”. This proves that there is and was an original Egyptian Bible in existence at least as late as the English or Gregorian translation of the Old Testament. Otherwise all the people that reject the idea of the Old Testament and Holy Scriptures being of Egyptian / African origin please explain the question. Peace.