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Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 5/18/2016 10:50:00 AM

Written be an Ethiopian bredren: Ghelawdewos Araia

On top of the many similarities and shared dogmas between Egyptian theology and Christianity, the two belief systems are allegorically connected. For instance, Egyptian magical numbers such as 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, and 12 do not only represent simple computation but they also symbolically reflect philosophy, ontology and cosmology as related to human nature and truth. For example 3 represents the manifestation of Osiris-Harmachis-Temu, a triad (3) representing the morning sun, the evening sun, and the night sun. The triad manifestations in Christianity, of course, are the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost that constitute the Trinity. Christians believe that Christ rose from the dead three days after he was dead and buried. In many traditional African societies, the accused or the sickly invokes the name of God three times in order to absolve him or herself from his/her crime or be cured from ill health. Among the Yoruba a nursing mother and child pass three times through [sacred] dripping water poured on top of the thatched roof of their house. In Ethiopia, especially in the areas of Tigrigna and Amharic speakers, if a female baby is born the women gathered to celebrate and welcome the newly born ululate three times.

Four (4) represents the four sons of Horus or the grandsons of Osiris, and in turn, the four cardinal points of East, West, North, and South. Depicted like the pharaohs, Osiris holds in his hands four symbols of stability, life, serenity, and power (dominion). “Moreover, in Egyptian astrology, we encounter the four gods of Amset (man), Hapi (ape), Tuamutef (jackal) and Gebhsennuf (hawk) which became the Four Beasts of lion, calf, man, and eagle in Christianity (Book of Revelation).” 7 Egyptian mythologies further symbolize plethora of ideas such as the Four Rejoicing Ones, Four Nemset Vases, Four Faces, Four gods etc. In many traditional African societies the Four Elements that characterize human nature are the body, the soul, the double, and the shadow.

The number 5 was associated with sacrifice. According to Plutarch and other classical historians Osiris was born on the first of the five epagomenal days of the Egyptian year and as per Biblical prophesy Christ was to be born five and half days (interpreted as 5,500 years) after Adam and was to be sacrificed in order to cleanse humanity from its sins, very much like the role of Osiris. The five times of incense in Christian orthodoxy refer to 1) Abel, Genesis 4:24; 2) Noah, Genesis 8:20; 3) Melkhizedek, Genesis 14:18; 4) Aaron in Leviticus, 9, and 5) Zacharia in Luke 1:8, and these Biblical personas are men who offered accepted sacrifices by the Lord. In praise of these altruistic men, the priest and the deacon burn incense and go around the altar three (3) times. The five pillars and five prayers per day of Islam most likely correspond to the incense ritual of Christianity.

As has already been stated seven (7) represents completion for the Egyptians. After a child was born, it was in the Egyptian tradition to wash the baby with water or oil and the latter signifies the Seven Holy Oils used in the Opening of the Mouth Ceremony. Likewise after a male child is born in Ethiopia (especially in the central and northern regions) the women ululate seven times. The nursing Yoruba woman that we encountered earlier would perform the three times walk seven days after her child is born. In the Book of Gates of the Egyptians, there are the symbolic seven stands for seven gods. Moreover, in Egyptian theology we come across the Seven Hathors, the Seven Arits, the Seven Cows, the Seven Uraei, the Seven Spirits, and the Seven-headed Serpent. In almost similar fashion, seven is prefixed with either animals or spirits in the Book of Revelation. Nowadays, humanity in general is stuck in the number 7 even if the subject does not logically represent seven: the seven wonders of the world, the seven seas, the Group of Seven etc or in more practical terms the seven days of the week or the seven sounds (vowels) of each Ethiopian character of the alphabet. The pious Muslims during pilgrimage walk seven times around the Kaaba and the Luminaries, by the same token, believe in the Seven Chakras (Sanskrit) or energy points of the human body and they assemble in Egypt and walk around the pyramid seven times.

Nine (9) also represents completeness and finality in Egyptian philosophy. The company of the Gods contained nine members and during judgment day, thus, Osiris was accompanied by nine gods who stand on the nine steps that lead to the pedestal where Osiris is seated on a chair. Moreover, we have Nine Mourners, Nine Watchers, Nine Task-masters, and Nine Holders of the Rope for measuring land. In most African societies nine symbolizes sacredness and to be sure there are the most revered Nine Saints in Ethiopia.

Twelve was essentially the 12 points of the Zodiac in Egyptian astronomy but later the Egyptians calculated the revolution of our planet earth after studying the lunar movements. Hence 12×30= 360 plus 5 days for harvest would be 365 days, the calendar that all of us use to this day. In fact, like the Egyptian or Coptic calendar, the Ethiopian Calendar has 12×30 days plus five or epagomenal days. By the same token, the Jewish calendar known as sod ha-ibbur is a derivation of the Egyptian system of intercalating the solar and lunar cycles. In the Book Am-Tuat the Egyptians have illustrations of 12 serpents. Christians then took the Egyptian 12 to mean the twelve Apostles as astronomers did for 12 months. In most African societies the kings council or judges were 12 in number.

There is no doubt that Judaism evolved out of Egyptian polytheism, and Christianity and Islam followed suit. Where else could their origin be?

Kemetic Origins of Religion

Messenger: Har-Tema Sent: 5/18/2016 2:52:39 PM

Goddess the idren is absolutely right!!

The ancient Hebrews were the same Puntites who came from the Highlands of modern day Ethiopia/Eritrea and migrated up north to Kush, Kemet, and Mesopotamia etc.

The word Israel does not come from Isis, Ra, and El...

Israel is a composite of two names: Isr or Ysr which is the kemitic name of Osiris pronounce Ysr and NOT Wsir.

The second part of the name Israel comes from the Kemetic god Heru. El is the diminutive form of the Heberw word Chayil, Hayel, Hayl (2 Chronicles 17:7 - Ben-Hail means Son of Strenght) and its related to the Amharic Haile or Haylu which means 'Power, Might & Strength'. This is where Haile in Haile Selassie comes from but in medu-neter (kemitic) the foreign "L" is replaced by "N or R". So Hayl becomes Har (Heru) since vowel in etymology are excluded.


However, the hieroglyph for the "A" in Asar is actually a feather symbol with a "Y" sound, and it is from 'YSR' we get the Hebrew 'YASHAR' (Jasher) meaning Upright. Thus Gerald Massey stated, "When the Osiris mummy is raised to its feet, it was the risen mummy, or sahu. Whose image is the UPRIGHT Mummy (standing vertically), which is the definition of the Hebrew word "YASHAR" meaning 'Upright One'.

Thus Israel does not symbolize Osiris BUT rather the "Risen Osiris" which was none other than his Son, Heru, meaning Light (Israelite). Remember Horus is Osiris reborn, just like how jacob's name was change to Israel. In Ethiopic, Heruy means 'Chosen One' and Heruyan means Elect ones. These were the Shemsu-Heru, the followers of Horus that came from the land of Punt and also ruled Pre-Dynastic Egypt.

Judah or Yehuda (Yedudi=Jews) was the Kemitic god Tehuti (Jehuti) who was also said to have ruled Kemet (Judah). Even in Sumer the god Ningishzidda is the same Tehuti in Egypt, and it was in his image the face of the Sphinx was created. He is the original lion of Judah.

The land of modern day Israel/Palestine is a fairy tail and does not symbolize Biblical/mythical Israel.

If we turn the continent of Africa upside down (reverse) all will come to light. Just as biblical Israel was situated on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, so is Eritrea located on the coastline along the Red Sea. Judah was in the south, and so was Kush and Egypt in the south of Ethiopia when the map is flipped. Mythical Jerusalem (Yerushalayim) was Ta.Netjeru, meaning "Land of the Gods", another name for Punt. It was the city of Heru (Yeru-salem). Ta.Netjeru was the Land of the Kemite's Genesis.

Th Book of Psalms stated "As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, ", and so does it in Ethiopia (highlands), which was dubbed "the roof of Africa".

The Biblical mountains of Zion or Sion, also called Hermon/Sirion/Shenir are the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia. Shinar was the biblical name for Sumer, meaning "two rivers", which two rivers? hmmm...

Ras Dashen (Mount Hermon) is the highest mountain in Ethiopia and tenth highest mountain of Africa. It is located in the Simien Mountains.

The Book of Enoch in its sixth chapter mentions the occasion when the “Sons of God” came to earth the place they entered into the earth’s environment was at the top of Mount Hermon. This incident was reckoned by early people as meaning that the “Gate to Heaven” where divine beings could come to earth or return to heaven was at the top of Mount Hermon.

Some of the Book of Enoch was written in Amharic (Ethiopic)

Biblical Edom like Eritrea (to Ethiopia) was sometimes apart of the nation of Israel and other times independent. Both Edom and Eritra means 'Red'. Another name for Edom in Greek is 'Idumea' meaning "The land of red people", and their are the Assai-mara, "Red People" of Eritrea.

Eritrea had been Ethiopia's principal supplier for salt (sea-salt from Massawa) and in the Bible apart of Edom was called "Valley of Salt". 2 Kings 14:7

Numbers 34:1-3 "And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Command the children of Israel, and say unto them, When ye come into the land of Canaan (Eritrea, Ethiopia, djibouti=PUNT); (this is the land that shall fall unto you for an inheritance, even the land of Canaan with the coasts thereof:) Then your south quarter shall be from the wilderness of Zin along by the coast of Edom (Eritrea), and your south border shall be the outmost coast of the salt sea eastward (Red Sea)"

Everything in bible is flipped around... Hotep

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 5/19/2016 9:25:35 AM

Indeed bredren! Everything in "Babylon" is upside down and flipped around!

The real position of Earth is upside down as a opposed to that which we are accustomed to seeing on so called "normal" images of the Earth. Below is a Moorish (because of the colonization of Southern Europe seen at the bottom) map which clearly shows African states and the actual black African reference to this most ancient land, mother of all.

Messenger: Har-Tema Sent: 5/19/2016 2:22:42 PM


Messenger: OrionXoo0 Sent: 5/19/2016 7:31:32 PM

The 3-6-9 rhythmic flow of nature was purported by Tesla too. Ancient Vedic mathematics attributed inspired to broadcast its significance heavily as well. Search for Vortex based Mathematics and Vedic mathematics if that's interesting to you.


In the magnetic movement of elements, atoms, coursed during vibrational control THE first point of atomic rhythmic flow aligns itself in triangular coordinates, triangulating and dispersing across the space-time grid to infinity. Triangles curve to aerodynamic spirals in atomic movements.

Triangles and Spirals form the basis of an atom’s nucleus’ essential geometry. The atoms can position themselves to triangulate infinitely in perfect equidistance turning into spirals and circles, which create thru formlessness thus every other geometric shape.

Formed by the infinite dividing of the self—or cells. Splits of atoms, one circle to two, is what I call the asexual birth of the universe… Point A of Singularity... B. Divisions of Self/Cells to Infinity…

All states can be divided to 3.
In a conversation there’s I, myself, Person B – Interlocutor, and Point C the medium, capacity, extent of language and minds.

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 5/20/2016 11:39:27 AM


Nice Itribution to this reasoning!


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