Brother AACOOLDRE : Whats the Word

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    By Andre Austin

    Various writers for the past hundred years have drawn analogies to the Gospel of John linked to Egyptian texts.

    The Bible states that Jesus was the word that manifested itself as light and truth.

    “1.In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God.
    2. The same was in the beginning with God.
    3. All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.
    4. In him was life; and the life was the light of men…
    9. that was the true light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world”.

    John 17:17 also states “Sanctify them through thy truth; thy word is truth”. This is the equavalent of Thoth verify or sanctifying the truth of the words and hearths of the deceased in the chamber of the double halls of Justice. To have legal standing for heaven or hell two witness (Thoth and Osiris) had to declare that you balanced with truth.

    Now Ra the sun god of light made two interesting statements that John palgarized from. In the Egyptian Book of the dead it states. “I’am the eternal I’m Ra…I’am the word”. This parallels St. John almost exactly. Another interesting that Budge quotes from Egyptian texts: “Amen-Ra, the lord of the thrones of the two lands, the governors of Apt; the holy soul who came into being in the beginning; the great god who liveth by Maat (truth); the first divine matter which gave birth unto subsequent divine matter! The being through whom every (All things) hath existence…who at the dawn in the primeval time was Atennu, the prince of rays and beams of light; who having made himself [to be seen, caused] all men to live”. –The Gods of the Egyptians Volume 2 p.13-14

    There can be no question that The Gospel of John has its roots in the Egyptian texts. Its no wonder that many scholars affirm that the great city of Alexandria, Egypt with its vast and attractive library of two hundred thousands volumes furnished the Christians and Jews with many of their religious doctrines.

    The new library at Alexandria will have 8 million books. The building will be circular like the sun’s disk. The sun was known for its healing qualities and truthfulness. In ancient times the sacred library bore the inscription “Healing-place of the soul”. In the Egyptian Underworld (Hades) the key to heaven was knowing the attributes and functions of god and believing in them. The Egyptian god doesn’t know anybody who doesn’t know him.

    Amen-RA is the father /fire and son/air/spirit. Diodorus claims “the sun contributing the fiery(fire) element and the spirit” Book 1: 11.

    Kersey Graves states: “Fire from the sun, giving rise to Baptism by fire and spirit”, and hence the third God, or third member of the trinity, subsequently arising out of this compound being, was also necessarily composed of or consisted of the same properties-all of which were believed to be correlated, if not identical” The World’s Sixteen crucified Saviors p.175-176

    1. Fire/Sun RA/Jesus
    2. Water/Nun/Moon/Isis
    3. Air Amen/hidden invisible air.
    4. Earth/Demeter/Body of Hathor/Isis/Mary

    From the 4 elements two are Male the odd numbers and the even is female. The creation of the universe was by the four elements. Symbolicaly women giving birth use the 4 elements. From her body (earth) the water breaks and she uses breathing (air) techniques to push the newborn out her womb. All of this is done naturally with hollering and screaming (lightning/thunder).