ST. PETER IS THE EGYPTIAN GOD PET By Andre Austin The Catholics claim that St. Peter was their first Pope. But this is impossible because Peter was a myth and was the Egyptian Pet. Matthew 16:18 claims that Peter will be the rock where the church will be built. Peter is then given keys to heaven. These keys are of silver and gold. The Egyptian Pet function was the sky, which was under their heaven. Two mountains (rocks) are with Pet under the heaven helping to hold up the Egyptian heaven. These two mountains are called sunrise and sunset or east or west; they all relate to the sun/gold and moon/silver. For verification of this information please see Ancient Egyptian Myths And Legends By Lewis Spence p.125 Note: The Greeks in their lessons called mountains Atlas. Their Atlas like the Egyptian upheld or supports the Heaven. They also believed that when a person dies his soul or breath went to the west to the moon. This was the Hades in Matthew 16: 18. The keys of silver open up the gates of Hades/moon/west so you can go and rise up in the east with the Golden key of the sun. Pythagoras taught all of this to the Greeks after he was schooled by the Egyptian “sun priests”. It seems to me there is a consistent pattern of Christianity plagiarizing Egyptian texts and then adjusting names by add or deleting letters. For example: Horus makes “grape water” at a Canal was changed to Cana. Then we have Nestis the celestial water home of the Egyptian heaven is called Nest by Holman Bible dictionary for the word Cana. The nest is a placed were married couple weaved their home together. Marriage was originally between the sun/fire/gold and moon/water/silver. And Wedding is apparently the opposite of receding. Receding is when water withdraws. Wedding I believe is connected with water and the moon in mythology they advances itself to the Sun to become pregnant. Plutarch confirmed this in his Isis and Osiris “Isis is none other than the moon; for this reason it is said that statues of Isis that bear horns are imitations of the crescent moon, and in her dark garments are shown the concealments and obscurations in which she in her yearning pursues (advances) the Sun. For this reason also they call upon the moon in love affairs”. Now I know the origin of the phrase “Did she make a pass at you?” Also the elements of Fire, air and water make up the original Trinity. Osiris, Isis and Horus would take the roles at a later date.