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Of Gods and Myth

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« on: April 02, 2007, 07:18:21 am »

Cleasterwood, I can undnerstand why you won't want to get into Exodus Decoded if you had never seen it.
Let's get into Egyptian gods. I have heard that the reason why there are no bodies buried beneath the Giza Pyramids is because they were built in memory of the God-kings, and that Osiris himself is actually buried beneath the Great Pyramid.  Any thoughts on that?
Ok, Trent, I did catch the last hour of Exodus Decoded, but I'd like you to post it in a more appropriate forum for discussion.  I have to say it was very interesting and I've always believed that there was proof somewhere in Egypt, which they found.   I still think the Bible is just the history of the Hebrew people and still don't believe that Moses saw God.  Maybe it was a hallucination caused by some unknown contagen in the air or like at Delphi, something in the spring water atop the Mount Siani caused hallacunations.  So, find the appropriate forum and we can get cracking on it.  Smiley

Personally, I think the Great Pyramid was a place of initiation and never intended to hold a body in the main structure.  First off the sarcophagus in the GP is rather small and not large enough to hold the Pharaoh's coffin. It had to be moved so people who wanted to lay inside it didn't have strange 'visions' any more.  There is something very powerful inside the GP.    In my opinion, Khufu would have been wealthy enough to have a massive sarcophagus built for his body.  It took a  lot of money to build the GP, if he even built it at all.  Now there is a very likely possibility that there is a body in some cavity underneath the GP that has yet to be discovered.  It's merely speculation as to whose body is buried there.  It could be Osiris, but I think it's most likely Khufu's body.

Sun Worship:  Those who first worshipped the sun had to create some myth to substantiate their reasons for worship.  Worship leads to the creation of mythology which in turn leads to religion & 'religious' laws .

Ok, back to the Gods of Egypt.  Yes, Imhotep (did you know that Em Hotep means "in peace"?) the parallels between the Triad of Osiris, Isis, and Horus and the Christian Triad are astonishing but so too are the other parallels with other parts of the Bible.  It just further solidifies the fact that Christians took their beliefs from older texts of other countries.  Not only can you find similarities with the Egyptians, but the Sumerians, Babylonians, and Assyrians as well.   See this page for a nice table of similarities between Horus and Jesus.

Also see 
13. A text from the Egyptian Book of Night reads:
To come out of the Netherworld, to rest in the Morning Barge, to navigate the Abyss until the hour of Re, She who sees the beauty of her Lord, to make transformations in Khepri, to rise to the horizon, to enter the mouth, to come out of the vulva, to burst forth out of the Gate of the Horizon of the Hour, She who lifts up the beauty of Ra in order to make live men, all cattle, all worms he has created.
The Ancient Egyptian text is very similar to Genesis 1:24, where God says,

Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing ...

15.  St. Johnís Gospel begins,
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

The Egyptian Book of the Coming Forth by Day (commonly known as the Book of the Dead), the oldest written text in the world, contains a strikingly parallel passage,
I am the Eternal, I am Ra ... I am that which created the Word ... I am the Word ...

Pritchard's book is so full of parallels that it's over 1500 pages and the size of a large atlas.  Unfortunately, my library only has a reference copy.  Sad 
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