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    National security Advisor, Susan Rice tells Jewish AIPAC: Elohim created mankind in his image when in truth it was AMEN
    By Andre Austin
    The Hebrew writers switch one of the Egyptian God’s from AMEN to Elohim on the heels of Jewish President Net-a-Yahoo address to Congress in the USA
    “This holy God, the Lord of all the Gods, Amen-Ra, the lord of the thrones…the Holy soul who came into being in the beginning; the great god who liveth by (or upon) Maat; the first divine matter which gave birth unto subsequent divine matter”-The Gods of the Egyptians by E,A Wallis budge volume 2 p.13. This follows: “These are the words of the Amen (Truth/Maat), the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation” (Revelation 3:14). George G.M James in his famous Stolen Legacy states “Amon & Amaunet that is the hidden and concealed ones, Air and Wind” p.75. The bible root word for faith was Aman and verily, verily is interchangeable with Amen, Amen so we see why you walk by faith not by sight so famously sighted by St. Paul.
    With that said lets get down to the nitty gritty
    The Myth: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the spirt (Amen) of God moved upon the face of the waters (Genesis 1:1-2)
    The Reality: Genesis uses the Egyptian Hermopolitan creation scheme to describe the state of the universe before Creation begins. The 4 male deities have been omitted and renamed from the story but their essential characteristics have been retained.
    The first two sentences of Genesis describe the state of the universe prior to the Hebrew god initiating the Creation process. In the beginning , it says, god created the heaven and the earth, but we know from later passages that the heaven and earth were submerged within the “deep” at this early stage, waiting to be lifted out and transformed into their present physical state.
    The words translated as “Spirit” in the phrase “spirit of God’ appears in the original Hebrew as “ruach”, and it doesn’t mean “Spirit”- it signifies “Wind” or “violent exhalation”. By translating Ruach as Spirit, biblical interpreters have attempted to translate it a manner consistent with their theological understanding of the biblical text, but without regard to its true meaning and original context. Let’s substitute “wind” for “Spirit” and see what we have in the original Hebrew
    The opening verses describe four things
    1. An earth and heaven that took up space but no form or content;
    2. Darkness
    3. A watery deep, within the unformed space existed; and
    4. A wind (spirit of God) hovering upon the face of the waters.
    These four elements constitute what the biblical authors believed to the four basic components of the universe before the start of creation, one of which, the wind, was identified with the Hebrew god. They correspond precisely with what Egyptians priests in Thebes and Hermopolis believed to be the four primary components of the universe before the start of creation, one of which the wind was identified with the Hebrew god. But the Egyptians identified each of these of these four elements with a pair of male and female deities (Totally 8 the original Noah family was a creation story not a repopulation story), something that was taboo in Hebrew theology. That the Hebrews adopted the Egyptian scheme can be seen from the following description of the first four pairs of the Egyptian deities and the elements they represented:

    1. Huh and hauhet- unformed space the shapeless bubble within the deep as described in Genesis as Tohu and bohu;
    2. Kuk and Kauket –the darkness on the face of the waters
    3. Nun (Noah) and Naunet-the primeval Nile flood, “deep”
    4. Amen and Amenrt-the invisible wind
    The name of noah’s three sons-Ham, Shem, and Japheth also show a connection to the hermopolitan story:
    Shem forms the root for Shemoneh=Hermopolis means Eight town eights Gods emerge from a a flood. Ham =black land of fertile soil left behind after Nile annual flood. Japheth is Ptah who helps Amen with creation. And lastly is Noah is simply Nun=waters. Add their female counterparts and we have the 8 survivors of the Noah/Nile flood.
    Although the Hebrew priests adopted this Egyptian view of the primeval universe, their monotheistic theology caused them to disassociate these four natural elements from the Egyptian deities with which they were identified, retaining only the physical attributes with which they were associated. Additionally, The genesis author of this creation story accepted the Theban tradition that the primary creator was identified with the wind (as stated in Rev 3:14). They simply changed the Egyptian god’s name from Amen to Elohim and described as “Ruach” the wind. However, in the NT we get back to the correct name.
    God’s birth of Adam and somehow went from and now in the NT you must be born again to get right see 1 John 2:29. So we are to believe that all the adjectives and conceptions of Maat= moral law, order, truth, straight, right, righteous, just a man who is good (Chretos) honest” –The gods of the Egyptians Volume 1 p. 417 by Budge. These attributes of Maat-caused the universe to come into being through the heart and words of God. But somehow God and man was in error and they had to say lets make man in our image to Lets do it again. Amen, amen I say No, NO. That the city of No=Thebes= (Jeremiah 46:25) had it right the first time around with the other cities. I swear by the god of Truth (Amen) Isaiah 65:16
     
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