THE WORD & THE HOLY SPIRIT Andre Austin IN REVESE LETS LOOK AT THE WORD “These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation” (Revelations 3:14 and repeats in Rev 22:6 and defines Amen as a spirit or 1 Cor 14:16. John’s Gospel states that The Word created all things were made by God/commands of words. His words produced life (Atum) which was Light John: 1:1-3 Now we move to Psalm 33:6 & verse 11 By the word of the lord were the heavens Made. Their starry host by the breath (air/spirit) of his Mouth (or tongue) 9. For he spoke and it came to be He commanded… ( Also look up in Psalm 148:5) 11. The plans of the lord stand firm Forever, The purposes of his heart through all Generations” In Egypt Plutarch in Isis and Osiris said: “Egypt, moreover, which has the Blackest of soils (Cham/Ham, land of black soil) they call by the same name as the black portion of the eye, “Chemia”/KMT ) and compare it to a heart” . This black soil is the same that come out of the Nile and the deep in the bible. Now lets back it up to Genesis In the beginning God created the heavens and earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the spirit (The Word) was hovering over the waters. (Genesis 1:1) Jesus has the voice of water (Rev 1:15). EGYPTIAN MEMPHITE THEOLOGY The spirit Genesis was originally talking about was the Egyptian God Amen=unseen spirit. “The God Amen, manifest in the wind…breath of, the mysterious source of life in man” Ancient Egyptian religion By Henri Frankfort p.22. This would make the holy comforter Amen/spirit the sustaining power Jesus left within us. The Concept of Amen originated in Egypt and it’s very important to unlocking some of the mysteries in the New Testament. Step by step I will demonstrate the very importance of Amen. The second root word for faith in Hebrew was Aman/Amen. Paul defined faith as “not yet seen”(Hebrews 11:1;7).Paul’s definition was stolen from the ancient Egyptians concept of Amen. Faithful “this is the same root that gives us the word Amen”-Holman’s Bible dictionary. So what links faith and Amen together? The answer is unseen. The Egyptian “God Ptah brought all other gods into being by conceiving them in his heart [Ka or spirit too] and speaking with his tongue/words” Black Spark White Fire By Richard Poe p.189 but this was in Memphis. However, the priests at Thebes say Ptah was just a form of Amen in which Revelations says also that Amen was a creator in Chapter 3:14. Where did John get this from? The Egyptian of course. Religious idea developed way back in 2190BC: In Egypt: “For every word of the God came about through what the heart devised and the tongue (The Word) commanded” just like Psalm had wrote This is clearly the origin of John’s gospel where they also conceive the wrong idea of the Trinity and thinking Jesus was God. In the new testament Jesus was called Amen. In Egypt Amen was a form of Thoth, Horus. The Egyptian Horus shared many similarities with Jesus. The two most clebrated plagiarized deeds of horus given to Jesus was raising Lazarus and making wine from water. An expanded edition of the Memphie theology states: “Heart took shape in the form of Atum (light), tongue took shape in the form of Atum. It is Ptah, the very great, who has given life to all the gods and their ka’s (Spirit) through this heart and through this tongue, from which Horus had come forth as Ptah, from which Thoth had come forth as Ptah”-Ancient Egyptian literature p.54 By Miriam Lichtheim. From the beginning the Hebrews adopted Egyptian creation stories from which the New Testament had no choice but to adopt. And they are stuck in it like an ant in amber for all scholars to study and examine the theft of a legacy in Egypt.