Brother AACOOLDRE : The Two trees in the Garden

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    THE TWO TREE’S IN THE BIBLE

    By Andre Austin

    In the bible in the Garden of Eden (city of On, Egypt) the Hebrew priests write about Two Trees. One was the Tree of life (Egyptian Shu) and The Tree of Good/Evil (Telfnut moral order Maat). Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat of Telfnut or the tree Good/Evil knowing right from wrong.

    Allow me to explain the genealogy of some of the Egyptian Gods before I go further about these two trees. The snake that talked with Eve was the serpent Aphophis who was later combined with Set (Satan) after some white Arabs known as Hyksos and Amorites in the Bible.

    After Nun ( cosmic ocean of water) gave birth Atum (Adam) then spat out twins of Shu & Tefnut.

    Atum

    Shu Tefnut

    Geb Nut

    Osiris Isis Set Nebt-het

    Atum and nun carried on a conversation. Atum had told Nun to “Kiss (eat) your daughter Tefnut”(which was Maat or moral order)

    When The Hebrews wrote for man not to eat the law of moral order it was because they didn’t at that time want to be like the Egyptians who felt they could become one with God or be like a god. It’s a sophisticated attack on the Egyptian doctrine of moral order leading to eternal life. However, Moses Ten commandments is based on the 42 Admonitions of Maat and St. James said in the NT that the spirit is free being anchored in the Law.

    Its all the same story they just transformed life and Moral order from Egyptian deities into trees, eliminating the cannibalistic imagery suggested by Atum eating of his daughter. Adam was specifically forbidden to eat the fruit of moral order.

    Proverbs 18:21 says “The tongue has power of life and death and those who love it will eat its fruit”. We know that many of the Proverbs sayings come from the Egyptian Amenemope.

    Apopis is a coiled serpent-a form of Set (Satan), representing the power of opposition to resurrection. Recall he castrated Osiris penis (symbolic of Resurrection) and feed it to a Nile pike fish. To overcome such opposition, the combined forces of Ra, Osiris and Horus unite to defeat Apopis/Satan.
     
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    Notes: “As for the white Invaders: Hyksos…Egyptians always represented them as races apart and were never influenced by them” (African Origin of Civilization By Cheikh Anta Diop p.239. The only exception of Egyptians being influenced was their dropping Set with their company of Gods into an adversary after the Hyksos adopted Set and started to name themselves after Set and the serpent Aphopis from which even the Hebrews combined together. This is when the white man became known as Satan when they wanted to take other peoples land.
     
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    OK you are saying they didnt want it, but they did want it, so they banned it???
     
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