Friday, March 20, 2015

origins of Biblical stories found in contemporary cultures

What exactly is the Bible?
© Copyright 2015 MJC

          Long before the Old Testament was written, ideas came from contemporary sources – Babylon, Egypt, Sumer, Greece, and Canaan.  From Babylon came the Hanging Gardens of Babylon – one of the Ancient Wonders of the World, also called the Garden of Adonai or Eden. This is where the First Humans dwelled in Biblical lore. 
          From Egypt came Satan, then only known as a beneficial Serpent named Sata (or Sa-N-Ta, if you rearrange the letters or Hieroglyphs) from Chapter 87 of the Funerary Text found in tombs; Sata was not evil until after written up as a Devil  by the Jews.   The wandering Jews hated all cultures that turned them down for a homeland; Egypt was their last stop. 
          From Sumer came the Great Flood (Epic of Gilgamesh) story.  The Flood came to punish Mankind for their noisy activities that kept a deity awake.  A religious King was warned about the Flood and so he built a boat, and was saved; this story inspired the one about Noah and the Great Flood (Sumerian Mythology).  A similar story from Egypt concerns the Sun God Ra punishing the rebellious Mankind with “fire from Heaven,” then he relents and tries to save them. 
          Also from Egypt came the story about Prince Ahmoses who led the Shepherd Kings out of Egypt and into Canaan, then he founded the 18th Dynasty as its King.  The Shepherd Kings (Hyksos) were the original Israelites, who had invaded Northern (Lower) Egypt and took over for a few generations.  This story inspired the Hebrew book of Exodus.  So as you can see there is nothing original about the Bible; it is a collection of foreign stories. 
          The Messiah originated in Egypt.  The Egyptian word “Urhu” means “the Anointed Ones.”  As this is plural, there is more than one of them; probably a Priestly title.  The First Christians were called Coptic Christians (from Egypt). 
          One Pharaoh whose tomb was opened in recent history was shown being anointed with holy oils by his Queen on the back of his golden throne.  His tomb contained anointing oils, and his mummified remains were covered in it, making removal impossible without destroying his mummy.  This Pharaoh was King Nebkheperura Tutankhamon, popularly called “King Tut.” 
          Now Tutankhamon could also have been the inspiration for Jesus Christ of the New Testament.  He had 12 Disciples from the Royal House pulling his funerary sled on the sands leading to his tomb (as shown in a tomb wall mural – KV62).  He sustained a broken leg one day before he died (according to Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass in 2008).  His Holy Grail Cup was an alabaster White Lotus cup that offers Eternal Life to him when he drinks from it.  He was identified with Osiris in his tomb, whom was the Egyptian King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.  He drank wine, not common beer.  And he practiced Egyptian Magic against his enemies. 
          In Roman Crucifixions a common practice was to break the victim’s legs, probably to prevent escape.  The Bible does not say if Jesus had his legs broken, but he died within one day of crucifixion.  If people were crucified in Egypt by foreigners, rope was the fastener, not iron nails.  Tutankhamon’s mummy appears charred, as if burnt while on the cross – anointing oils were highly flammable.  This is more sensible than the given explanation of a “chemical reaction” on his skin from the oils. 
          Tutankhamon as the Messiah fulfills the requirements: he was anointed with holy oils, was a real King, and was worshiped as a God.  He lived in Thebes, the Egyptian Capital like that of Jerusalem, where the main Temples existed.  His tomb in Egypt is the subject of some Supernatural Energy since it was opened and subsequently desecrated by the public.  No tomb in Israel has this effect. 
          The New Testament rewrote parts of the Old Testament, and the Islamic holy book “The Koran” imitates ideas from the Bible, as if retelling the events without any reference to previous cultures.  Since all the Biblical Stories came from so-called “Pagan” cultures, no one is really “Pagan” when practicing the Abrahamic or Monotheism religion of the Middle East.  So anything based on the Bible stories are false, given this evidence.  Other ideas in the region came from Egypt, such as the Trojan Horse in Ancient Greece – this idea originated with Pharaoh Thutmose 3’s Megiddo Campaign whereby he hid soldiers inside food baskets and transported these into the enemy camp.  Cultures that wish to destroy the previous ones cover up this fact, to prevent the future from knowing about this cultural plagiarism. 


          The Egyptian King Osiris was King of Kings, and Lord of Lords (Book of the Dead, Hymn to Osiris).  He was the Judge of the actions of the Living.  His name translates into Carpenter (Creator of thrones; Carpenters made furniture from wood, such as thrones).  He was a King who died, resurrected and became King of Heaven.  He introduced Agriculture post-Ice Age to the World after first civilizing Egypt (i.e. World Conquest via ideas).  His life cycle was tied to the Seasons – he died in the Winter, and resurrected in the Spring.  His sacred colors are Green and Black, and he has a beard with a feathered crown with cobra diadem.  His symbol is the Ankh (a form of cross), representing Eternal Life.  He said, “Whoever believes in Osiris will live forever.”  He is the Prince of the Dead, and God of the Afterlife.  He rules with righteousness, Justice, and peace.  An old prophecy said of his return to Earth to reestablish his Kingdom (Egypt).  His sacred meal is Bread and Wine, or Bread and Beer; all of which he introduced to Egypt as his technology.  The sacred Eye of Horus, which was sacrificed in regaining the throne by his son Horus by conquering Set (the murderer of Osiris), was given as a sacred meal to Osiris.  He was represented by the Moon as his emblem.  His scepters are the Shepherd’s crook and a Flail (for threshing grain or for discipline).  When Set pursued Horus and Isis after killing Osiris, they fled into the Nile Delta for safety.  By the Roman Empire, Osiris was the Supreme Deity.  

          Now Compare this to Jesus Christ:

          The title of Jesus in the Bible was King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.  Jesus is the Judge at the End of the World.  He was a Carpenter.  He was the so-called King of the Jews (as descended from King David); he resurrected and became King of Heaven.  He resurrected in the Spring (Easter).  He had a beard. He died on a cross, which became his symbol of Eternal Life.  Whosoever believes unto Jesus shall have Everlasting Life.  He is the Prince of Peace.  His sacred meal is Bread and Wine.  He was the living Eye of Horus or body of sacrifice because of what he said in the Last Supper.  He died and resurrected in 3 days’ time, like the Moon disappears for 3 days in between cycles.  When he was mocked by the Romans someone hit him with a Scourge (Flail).  When King Herod pursued the Christ Child and Mary after seeing the Star of his Birth, Mary and Jesus fled into Egypt (the Nile Delta) for safety.   During the Roman Empire, Jesus became the Supreme Deity (entity) after others were converted to Christianity.  The Second Coming of Christ will see his Messianic Kingdom established.  

M7 2015.

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