The Five loaves and two Fishes Parable By Andre Austin First you must understand that Jesus didn’t live during the time of Herod the great or Pontus Pilate. So any statements being made were not true statements. In other essays I prove that the parable of the “Ten virgins” were Egyptian in origin. What you think are Christian parable are Egyptian parables. And I shall line up the Christian text along side Egyptian hieroglyphics to prove my case. By accident I discovered Jesus parable of the five loaves and two fish came directly out of temples of Egypt’s theological schools. “And when he had taken the five loaves and The two Fishes, he looked up to Heaven, and Blessed, and brake the loaves, and gave them To his disciples to set before them; and the two Fishes divided he among them all. And they did all eat, and were filled And they took up 12 baskets full of the Fragments, and of the fishes And they that did eat of the loaves were About five thousand men. And straightway he constrained his Disciples to get into the ship, and to The other side… And he saw them toiling in rowing. See St Mark 6:41-47 This parable is clearly an allusion to concepts thought in Egypt of their Heaven and hell. If you read E.A Wallis Budge book The Egyptian Heaven and Hell. Go to the Sixth division of the Taut. There is an interesting scene that deals with the harvest in the kingdom of Osiris. 1. “Five upright male figures, each of whom holds a large loaf of bread, with both hands on his head; when the scene was complete these figures were 12 in number. 2. Also remember that the boat (ship) of RA having passed through the fifth division of the Taut arrives at the sixth division. 3. The 12 disciples of Jesus are actually the 12 helpers/Sailors of RA. 4. Behind the balance scales is a boat. And light is produce by the Truth of a heart that’s on these balance scales. In other words all righteous, truthful hearts are transformed into the “Shining Ones”. Mark would have Jesus shine at a transfiguration 3 chapters after his boat ride and miracle of multiplying five loaves of bread into 12 baskets. Its strange five would produce 12 in the Egyptian texts and talk about a boat ride too. 5. The story about the two fishes was really talking about something else. “In the Egyptian Book of the Dead two mythological fish are mentioned. These fish were supposed to swim, one side on each side of the bows of the boat of the Sun-god RA, and to drive away every evil being or thing in the waters which had mind to attack it” See The Gods of The Egyptians Volume 2 p 383 By E.A Wallis Budge. 6. Now Mark tells us first that Jesus ship had to go to another side 6:45. Mark would also tell us that there was some trouble with the wind see 6:48. Jesus would take control of this ship that was apparently rocking by strong wind. 7. During the travels of the Egyptian boat there are several allusions to god granting special powers to the deceased to enable them to “snuff the air and to have dominion over the waters” Ibid, p 106. Apparently stops would be made near a tree for shade and to refresh self with food Ibid, p107. This is the exact equvalivent of the Tree of life in the Bible that near the River of life Rev 22: 2-5. Where you would be able to eat fruit.The analogies and parallels are too significant to ignore. More and more evidence is spring out to confirm that the four Gospels were original written in Egypt from their texts probably near the famous Library of Alexandra. When will the world admit that Christianity was conceived in the minds and imaginations of Black Egyptians? Probably when racism ends and the far right stop equating Western civilization with the survival of Christianity. Which is a dangerous concept because this is equating a state religion. The far right will use this illogic to assume any threats to Christianity as a threat to the USA. People like Pat Buchanan assume this position in his book. Anybody seen spreading to many seeds of doctrines contrary to Christianity will be dealt with.