The Abolition of Greek Philosophy together with the Egyptian Mysteries. From the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great, the Greeks, who were always attracted by the mysterious worship of the Nile-land, began to imitate the Egyptian religion in its entirety; and during the Roman empire, including Britanny. This assimilation of the Egyptian religion was confined to the Gods of the Osirian cycle and the Graeco-Egyptian Serapis, and aimed at a close imitation of the ancient tradition of the of the Nile-land. Owing to the splendor of architecture, the hieroglyphs of the temples, the obelisks and sphinxes before the shrines, the linen vestments and shaven heads and faces of the priests, the endless and obscure ritual filled the Greeks with shock and awe, and wonderful mysteries were consequently believed to have underlain these incomprehensible, and the Egyptian religion stood in the way of the rising Christianity. The success of the Egyptian religion was due no doubt, on the one hand to its conservatism; while on the other to the shadowy philosophical abstractions which constituted Graeco-Roman religion, so that the staunch faith of the Egyptians, together with their mysterious forms of worship, led to the universal conviction among the ancients, that Egypt was not only the holy Land but the holiest of lands or countries, and that indeed, the gods dwelt there. The Nile became a centre for pilgrimages in the ancient world, and the pilgrims who went there and experienced the marvelous revel elations and spiritual blessings which it afforded them, returned home with the conviction that the Nile was the home of the most profound religious knowledge. The Greeks failed to imitate Egyptian conservatism and not only in Egyptian cities, with large Greek population, but in Europe, Egyptian divinities were corrupted with Greek and Asiatic names and mythologies and reduced to vague pantheistic personalities, so that Isis and Osiris had retained very little of their Egyptian origin. (Max Muller p.241-243 Egyptian mythology). Consequently, as they failed to advance Egyptian religion. During the first four centuries of the Christian era, the religion of Egypt continued unabated and uninterrupted, but after the edict of Theodosius at the end of the fourth century AD, ordering the close of Egyptian temples, Christianity began to spread more rapidly and both the religion of Egypt and that of Greece began to die. In the island of Philae, in the first cataract of the Nile, however, the Egyptian religion was continued by its inhabitants, the Blemmyans and Nobadians, who refused to accept Christianity and the Roman government fearing a rebellion, paid tribute to them as an appeasement. During the sixth century A.D., however, Justinian issued a second edict which suppressed this remnant of Egyptian worshippers and propagated Christianity among the Nubians. With the death of the last priest, who could read and interpret the writings of the words of the Gods (the hieroglyphics) the Egyptian faith sank into oblivion. It was only in popular magic that some practices lingered on as traces of a faith that became a universal religion, or the survival of a statue of Isis and Horus, which were regarded as the Madonna and Child. I’am convinced of 200 separate items which match Horus and Jesus as the same. The most famous is turning water into wine at Cana in NT but @ the Canal in Egypt. Jesus is a Egyptian king because he was killed at the Passover just like in the exodus story. Horus was symbolic of all living Egyptian Kings and Jesus was no exception. A sentiment of admiration and awe for this strangest of all religions still survived, but the information from classical writers concerning this faith has been incomplete. Napoleon’s invasion of Egypt brought a revival of interest from the West to decipher and appreciation of this most ancient of civilizations. The Egyptian mysteries had become the ancient world religion, spreading throughout the Roman Empire and including Italy, Greece, Asia minor, and various parts of Europe including Brittany. This continued under different names, long after Justinian’s edict of toleration granted to the Christians. Egypt was the holy land of the ancient world, that pilgrimages were made to that land because of the marvelous revelations and spiritual blessings which it afforded the ancient peoples, and because of the universal conviction among the ancients that Egypt was the land of the gods. The edicts of Theodosius in the fourth century AD and that of Justinian in the sixth century AD. Abolished alike not only the mystery system of Egypt, but also its philosophical schools, located in Greece and elsewhere, outside Egypt. The abolition of the Egyptian mysteries was to create an opportunity for the adoption of Christianity. This was the problem: the Roman government felt that Egypt was now conquered in arms and reduced to her knees, but in order to make the conquest complete, it would be necessary to abolish the mysteries which still controlled the religious mind of the ancient world. There must be a New world religion to take the place of the Egyptian religion. This new religion (Christianity), which should take the place of the mysteries, must be equally powerful and universal, and consequently everything possible must be done in order to promote its interests. This explains the rapid growth of Christianity following Justinian’s edict of toleration. Since the edicts of Theodosius and Justinian abolished both the mysteries of Egypt and the schools of Greek philosophy alike, it shows that the nature of the Egyptian mysteries and Greek philosophy was identical and that Greek philosophy grew out of the Egyptian mysteries. Egypt was the holy land of the ancient world and the mysteries were the one, ancient and holy Catholic religion, whose power was supreme. This lofty culture system of the black people filled Rome with envy, and consequently she legalized Christianity which she had persecuted for five long centuries, and set it up as a state religion as a rival of the Egyptian mysteries, its own mother. This is why the mysteries have been despised; this is why other ancient religions of the Black people are despised, exterminated and forever suppress. Missionary were established to humiliate and make caricatures African religions as paganism. It is a well-known fact that the early worshippers of Christ amongst the Gentiles were also worshippers of Serapis (Osiris) and it is easy to see how Christianity reached Rome at this early date. All things Egyptian had been particularly unpopular in Roman corridors of power since the rebellion of Mark Anthony and Cleopatra fought against Rome. Emperor Hadrian wrote a letter in 134 AD saying Christians and Serapis (Osiris) were the same. So when the fathers of the Church of Rome wanted to establish a hierarchical ecclesiastical system under their authority they were encouraged by the political power of Rome to downgrade Egypt. In their need for a justification of their authority, the Roman fathers claimed that Peter was given keys and power to give other Popes keys before dying in Rome. Peter was not martyred in Rome. The last two letters of Peter (ER) are missing from the texts of Clement, a bishop of Rome. It’s no coincidence that an Egyptian God called Pet predated any Peter by thousands of years before living in Rome during the time of Herod and Pontus Pilate. In order for the transition of fraud from Egypt to Rome, Egyptian religion to Christianity the copyrights of Egyptian religion had to be violated from it proper time, place and names. The careful examination of this essay and others will change the tide of deception.