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blackwisdom
09-17-2007, 08:51 PM
The below are excerpts from http://www.kemetway.com/massey1.html (http://www.kemetway.com/massey1.html). Please review and submit comments.
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Massey over the course of twenty or so years presented facts proving Christianity was fabricated upon what was stolen from Kemet / Egypt; and that Christianity was in no respect original or from any god. The following excerpt from the appendix of Ancient Egypt the Light of the World is of the comparative list Massey compiled demonstrating that Christianity is a plagiarized fabrication from its Kemetic / Egyptian origins. The list is eight pages in length; however we are presenting only three of the eight pages. Hopefully you will acquire the publications of Gerald Massey and learn the truth about Kemet / Egypt and its impact on the fabrication of Christianity for yourself. Following the list is a short bibliography from which you can get more information.

Egyptian - (Began 4,000 BCE)
Christian - (Began 200 BCE)

The Mysteries
The miracles.

The Sem, or mythical representations
The parables.

The Ritual as the book.of resurrection
The Book of Revelation.

The sayings of Iu or Iu-em-hetep
The sayings of Jesus.

Huhi the father in heaven as the eternal, a title of Atum-Ra
Ihuh, the father in heaven as the eternal.

Ra, the holy spirit
God the Holy Ghost.

Ra the father of Iu the Su, or son of God, with the hawk or dove as the bird of the holy spirit
God, the Father of Jesus, with the dove as the bird of the Holy Spirit.

Iu or Horus, the manifesting son of God
Jesus the manifesting Son of God.

The trinity of Atum (or Osiris) the father, Horus (or Iu) the son, and Ra the holy spirit
The Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Iu-Su or Iusa, the coming son of Iusaas, who was great with Iusa or Iusu
Jesus.

The ever-coming Messu or Child as Egyptian
The Hebrew Messianic Child.

Horus (or Heru), the Lord by name, as a child
Child-Jesus as the Lord by name (Gospels of the Infancy).

Isis, the virgin mother of Iu, her Su or son
Mary the virgin mother of Jesus.

The .rst Horus as Child of the Virgin, the second as son of Ra, the father
Jesus as the Virgin's child, the Christ as son of the father.

The first Horus as the founder, the second as fulfiller for the father
Jesus as the founder, and the Christ as fulfiller for the father.

The two mothers of Child-Horus, Isis and Nephthys, who were two sisters
The two mothers of Child-Jesus, who , were sisters.

Meri or Nut, the mother-heaven The outcast great mother with her seven sons
Mary, as Regina Cceli. Mary Magdalene, with her seven devils.

Isis taken by Horus in adultery with Sut
The woman taken in adultery.

Apt, the crib or manger, by name as the birthplace and mother in one
The manger as cradle of the Child Christ.

Seb, the earth-father, as consort to the virgin Isis
Joseph, the father on earth, as putative husband to the Virgin Mary.

Seb, the foster-father to Child-Horus Seb, Isis and Horus, the Kamite holy trinity
Joseph, as foster-father to the Child, Jesus, Joseph, Mary and Jesus, a Christian holy trinity.

Seb, the builder of the house, the carpenter
Joseph, the carpenter.

Seb, the custodian of the mummied dead
Joseph of Arimathea, the keeper of the Corpus Christi.

Sut and Horus, the twin opponents
Satan and Jesus, the twin opponents.

Horus, the sower, and Sut, the destroyer, in the harvest-field
Jesus, the sower of the good seed, and Satan, the sower of tares.

Sut and Horus contending in the desert
Satan and Jesus contending in the wilderness.

Sut and Horus contending on the Ben Ben or pyramidion
Satan and Jesus contending on the pinnacle.

Horus carried off by Sut to the summit of Mount Hetep
Jesus spirited away by Satan into an exceeding high mountain.

Sut and Horus contending on the mount
Satan and Jesus contending on the mount.

Sut undoing the good that Horus does
Satan sowing tares by night.

S'men, for Khemen, a title of Taht
Simeon.

S'men, who held Child-Horus in his arms as the young solar god
Simeon, who took the Child-Jesus in his arms.

Anna or Annit (a title of Hathor), with Taht-S'men
Anna, the prophetess, with Simeon.

The Petar or Petra by name in Egyptian as revealer to Horus
Peter, the revealer to the Christ.

The house in Annu
Bethany.

The group in the house at Annu
The group in the house at Bethany.

Horus in Annu
Jesus in Bethany.

Asar or Osiris
Lazarus.

The two sisters Mertae
The two sisters Mary and Martha.

Osiris, whom Horus loved
Lazarus, whom Jesus loved.

Osiris perfumed for his burial
Jesus anointed, when the odour fills the house.

Osiris prays that he may be buried speedily
Jesus begs that his death may be effected quickly.

Osiris prepared for burial under the hair of Hathor-Meri
Jesus prepared for his burial beneath the hair of Mary.

Osiris, who slept in the tomb at Annu
Lazarus, who slept in the tomb at Bethany.

Osiris raised from the tomb by Horus in Annu
Lazarus raised from the tomb by Jesus in Bethany.

The mummy Osiris bidden to come forth by Horus
The mummy Lazarus bidden to come forth by Jesus.

The Great One who does the work of washing
Jesus washing the feet of his disciples.

The star, as announcer for the Child Horus
The Star in the East that indicated the birthplace of Jesus.

The seven Hathors (or cows) who minister to Horus
The seven women who minister to Jesus.

Anup, the Precursor of Horus
John, the forerunner of Jesus the Christ.

Anup, the Baptizer
John the Baptist.

Aan, the saluter of Horus
John, the saluter of the Christ.

Aan, a name of the divine scribe
John, the divine scribe.

Hermes, the scribe
Hermas, the scribe.

Mati, the registrar
Matthew, the clerk.

Taht, Shu, and black Sut
The three kings, or Magi.

Nut at the pool of the Persea, or sycamore-tree, as giver of divine drink
The woman at the well as giver of the water.

Horus born in Annu, the place of bread
Jesus born in Bethlehem, the house of bread.

The vesture put on Horus by the Goddess Tait
The swaddling clothes put on the infant Jesus.

Offerings made to the child by the worshipers in Annu
Offerings and worship of the Magi.

Child-Horus with the head of Ra
Child-Jesus with the solar glory round his head.

The Bull of Amenta in the place of birth
The ox in the birthplace of the Child.

The ass, 1u, in the birthplace
The ass in the birthplace (catacombs).

The lions of the horizon attending upon Horus
The lions attending the Child-Christ (pseudo-Matthew).

Child-Horus emerging from the Papyrus-reed
The Child-Jesus in the catacombs issuing from the Papyrus.

Horus, the ancient child
The little old Jesus in the catacombs.

Horus, the gracious child
Jesus, the child full of grace.

Horus, one of five brethren
Jesus, one of five brothers.

Horus, the brother of Sut the betrayer
Jesus, the brother of Judas the betrayer.

Amsta, the one brother of Horus in the human form
James, the human brother of Jesus.

The two sisters of Horus
The sisters of Jesus.

Horus the lad in the country and youth in town
Jesus as the child in the country and youth in town.

Horus baptized with water by Anup
Jesus baptized with water by John.

Horus in the tank of flame
Jesus the baptizer with fire.

Horus in his baptism becoming the beloved Son of God the Father
Jesus becoming the Son of God the Father in his baptism.

Horus the husbandman with the fan in his hand
Christ coming with the fan in his hand.

Horus the Good Shepherd, with the crook upon his shoulder
Jesus the Good Shepherd, with the lamb or kid upon his shoulder.

Horus with the four followers in the Mount
Jesus with the four disciples in the Mount.

Horus with the seven great spirits in the Mount
Jesus with the seven spirits in the Mount (Rev.).

Herrut the Apap-reptile, slayer of the younglings in the egg
Herod, the murderer of the innocents.

Isis commanded to take her child down into Egypt for safety
Mary warned to take her Child down into Egypt for safety.

Horus as the typical fish
Jesus as Ichthus the fish.

Horus as the fisher
Jesus as the fisher.

The four fishers with Horus as founders of the kingdom
The four fishers with Jesus as founders of the kingdom.

Sebek, the father of the fishers
Zebedee, the father of the fishers.

Two fisher-brethren, Kabhsenuf and Hapi
Two fisher-brethren, Simon and Andrew.

Two other fisher-brethren, Amsta and Tuamutef.
Two other fisher-brethren, James and John.

The seven on board the bark with Horus
The seven fishers on board the bark with Jesus.

The wonderful net of the fishers
The miraculous draught of fishes in the net.

Horus as the lamb
Jesus as the lamb.

Horus as the lion
Jesus as a lion.

Horus (Iu) as the black child
Jesus as the little black bambino.

Horus as Ahi, the striker with the flabellum
Jesus wielding the scourge of cords as the striker.

Horus identified with the Tat or Cross
Jesus identified with the Cross.

The blind Horus, in two characters, as the God and Manes
The two blind men of the Gospels.

Horus of twelve years
Jesus of twelve years.

Horus made a man of thirty years in his baptism
Jesus, the man of thirty years in his baptism.

Kemetic / Egyptian Origin of Christianity

A Bibliography in support of Gerald Massey's comparative list of Kemetic / Egyptian (pre-Christian) religious-philosophical data, Christianized in the Canonical Gospels and the Book of Revelation.

Books of the Beginnings - Gerald Massey A Natural Genesis - Gerald Massey Ancient

Egypt the Light of the World - Gerald Massey Man, God, and Civilization - John G. J

Jackson Man and His Gods - Homer W. Smith Worlds Sixteen Crucified Saviors - Kelsey

Graves Africa Origins of the Major Western Religions - Yosef ben-Jochannan
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Further research has shown me that these stories are mostly astrologically oriented. They tell the story of the progression of the celestrial bodies. All ancient cultures were star gazers. For instance the story of Hercules is the story of the Zodiac.