Brother AACOOLDRE : St Luke was a mythological Eye doctor (Ophthalmologist)

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    ST.LUKE WAS AN EYE PHYSICIAN (OPHTHALMOLOGISTS)

    By Andre Austin

    If Luke was a real person he most likely was an eye doctor. Too many hits and clues are spread out for us. Its no coincidence that the name Luke was talked about in conjunction with the city of Laodicea (Colossians 4:13-14) implying they had no zeal/passions (Rev 3:19). But what the city did have was an internationally famous medical school for eye treatment. Their salve for the eyes is sought after as indicated for the “Lukewarm” church in Rev chapter three. Looking at Lukewarm from all angles point to the topic or subject of vision.

    St Luke specifically writes to document what “Eye witnesses” saw and his trade is that of a Physician, which I strongly speculate is that of an Eye doctor. The New Testament is written originally in Greek. Luke is a pun for Look and in Greek Luke is Loukas which is a pun for Leukomas. Leukomas is a opacification or obscurity of the eyes due to an inflammation. Inflammation in Egypt was heat (Tjau). But Lukewarm was neither hot or cold. Lukewarm is spit out. Herodotus reports that Egyptians used vomit inducers for their health.

    Lukewarm was the balance between Hot & Cold so I’m taking the vision was correct. By placing the prefix of Luke in front of Warm it implies healing/Physician so that being warm the eyes are no longer inflamed. Laodicea was attacked for being Blind in thinking they could be independent of the Emperor. Aristotle said correctly that “Health was a balance between the hot & cold.

    Lukewarm I see spiritually as healthy, balanced eyesight that is spit out. Nobody would want to see a persons eyes hot with inflammation or cold. Unless Hot was linked with the eye of Horus (Sun) or the eye of Hathor (Moon).


    LUKE, LOUKAS, Leukomas & LOOK: some points to consider

    By Andre Austin

    In 95AD Laodicea may have been a famous city for the treatment of the eyes but King Cyrus used it as a pretext to ask for the services of the best ophthalmogist in Egypt to invade it by the Persians in 525BC.

    1. The name Luke in Greek is Loukas which I believe is a pun in sound for Look

    2. When the Gospel of Luke was written for the purposes of writing down what “eyewitnesses” saw.

    3. Luke is a physician dealing in health. The stoics taught that Health was the balance between Hot and Cold.

    4. Looking is associated with Health just ask Moses who was trained as an Egyptian priests using snakes on a pole. “When anyone was bitten by a snake and Looked at the bronze snake, he lived” (Numbers 21: 9). Rx = the eye of health

    5. “From then until today, eye diseases have been more frequent in Egypt than in other lands, which may be due to the Nile and the unusual climatic changes that occur during the year…varied types of inflammations, Leukomas (white opacification of the cornea)” (The Secret Medicine of the Pharaohs p.93 by Cornelius Stetter). If the Greek word for Luke is Loukas it sound very similar to Leukomas. If they are puns too then Lukewarm may relate to a bad eye condition for the church members of Laodicea whose city was famous for eyecare treatment. The ancient Egyptians treated eye inflammation with herbs and hot-water which might be an indication that Lukewarm was treated with warm water like bodies were in the pools of Imhotep. “Heat (tjau) in the eye may mean inflammation, although alternatively it may mean irritation” (Ancient Egyptian Medicine p.202 by John F. Nunn). Lukewarm must have been a healthy condition because its not Hot or Cold.

    6. In Egypt every body part had a protective god “my eyes are Hathor” . The Utchat (Hathor) is the sacred eye a symbol of protection, health and happiness.

    7. When the Aton rises it’s life to see him, there is death in not seeing him…eyes have life at sight of thy beauty; hearts have health when the Aton shines”. (The life and times of Akhnaton p.107-109 by Arthur Weigall).

    8. 2nd century Christians wrote using the name of St Paul stating the church of Laodicea was doing good deeds and to keep looking for the future judgement.

    9. What did the Stoic historian Pliny the Elder mean when he said “Nature has provided the eye with many thin membranes and hard outside coverings as a protection against cold and heat she cleans the eyes with moisture....” (Natural History Book 11:147).

    How do these two Bible quotes below relate to Pliny and the 3rd chapter of Revelations?

    “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God” (Matthew 5:8)

    “Anyone who does what is evil has not seen God”. (3 John verse 12)

    All of these questions will be answered to explain how Lukewarm is based on an Egyptian goddess. Lukewarm is the Temperature of justice.

    10. Plutarch, in his essay Isis & Osiris p.83:

    “Egypt, moreover, which has the blackest of soils, they call by the same name as the black portion of the eye, ‘Chemia (Ham), and compare it to a heart,; for it is warm and moist,… like the heart in a man’s left side”. The Stoic Zeno taught the breath of the soul is warm (Lives of Eminent Philosophers Volume 2 p.261 By Diogenes Laertius). This is the real reason the Jews turnt Ham’s eyes out into some fictional homosexuality. They made Ham be like Satan sodomizing Noah while he slept.

    11. The ancient Egyptians doctors were renowned for their skill in treatment of eyes (Herotodus 3: 1) wrote that King Cyrus sent to Pharoah Ahmose II (26 dynasty) to ask for the services of the best ophthalmogist in Egypt, an incident which according to Herodotus, played a part in the Persian invasion of Egypt in 525BC (Ancient Egyptian Medicine p.198 by John F. Nunn)