EUROPEAN CHRISTIANITY’S EARLY DEVELOPMENT (2)
Very Ancient Africans’ “Prt m Hru”—the oldest of the world’s highest Spiritual recordings (c60,000 BC)—contained in its African Spiritual Literature Christianity’s original doctrines. But European Egyptologists renamed it “Book of the Dead” + selected the title: “The Book of Coming Forth by Day” to replace a chapter having nothing to do with the “Prt m Hru’s” theme. The “Prt m Hru” assists humans to realize the purpose of their lives in the Cosmos–and has nothing to do with the dead or death. Instead, it pertains to African Christianity’s focus (Amen, Nuk Au Neter p3-4) that includes: (1) the verifying of Human’s divinity; (2) affirming the requirement for the realization of Divinity lives by Ma’at’s Divine Law (the Spiritual Elements of Unconditional Love, Truth, Reality, and the Natural in action) so as to live a life free of Divine Ignorance (called “Sin” by Europeans); (3) humans, as Divine Beings, thus attain to an eternal existence with the freedom to leave Divine reality and enter Earth as she/he pleases or as God needs; and (4) the book’s detailing of the faculties to be utilized in the work and how they are to be used. Historically, Europeans have always stolen African Tradition knowledge—including its civilization (social and technological) and cultural (Intellectual and Spiritual) developments and fashionings. After varying modifications, their process is to rename what they take + what they are unable to take away from Africans. A reason for renaming what they dishonorably acquire is sort of explained in the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1992, p 567): “…men have seen in the ability to name an ability to control or to possess….” They defined “naming” as applying a word to pick out and refer to a fellow human being, an animal, an object, or a class of such beings or objects. The consequences are that after a period of time people forget that what was renamed was attributed to the originator and that new name is assumed to be created by the one applying the present name.”
The Greeks ruled Egypt from 332 BC to 30 BC and adopted the Kamitic culture as fully as they could. They imitated the kingship, styling themselves Pharaohs (the Ptolemies); practiced the religion mixed in with their own customs; and thereby absorbed many Kamitic religious ideas which passed into Greek mythology (religion) and their form of Christianity. The Romans ruled Kamit from 27 BC to 641 AD. Incidentally, B.C.E. (BC) means Before the Christian Era; C.E. (AD) is the Christian Era. These added Christian designations have been used to force those who do not accept that there was a European God named “Jesus Christ,” as Europeans claim, to still show respect. Like the Greeks, the Romans adopted many of the Kamitic religious, civilization, and cultural ideas. Such is shown by studying the various attributes of the African god Ausar—the Kamitic metaphorical Spiritual vehicle of human’s divinity—for then one can see how closely Europeans’ Jesus Christ corresponds to it. Support is given to this by noting the great number of European stories told about Jesus being present in African metaphorical literature thousands of years prior to what Europeans claim to be their Jesus’ birth. For example, there were at least 16 myth crucified saviors before the European Jesus, starting with Horus, the Christ figure of Egypt. This is the same pattern used as the European Bible story of Adam and Eve being carved on an Ethiopian wall thousands of years prior + many teachings—e.g. the Sermon on the Mount, says Amen (Vol I: 117), being thousands of years older than Jesus. Also, Kamitic women and men attaining the realization of human-god Divinities had the title Ausar appended to their names: the Ausar Ani; the Ausar Unas. Ausar meant the same as the Christ Jesus.
Beginning European Christianity cults in C1 AD were European influenced Black People who transposed African “Prt m Hru” + Egyptian concepts into budding European Christianity. These Black “Founding Fathers” included Terullian (a Carthaginian, the First of church writers who made Latin the language of Christianity); St. Athanasius (293-373 AD, for whom the Athanasian Creed is named); Cyprian (a Carthaginian Bishop and martyr); and St. Augustine (one of the most famous “Fathers of the Church”) who wrote and rewrote aspects of the original Ancient African Bible, perhaps changing some of the fundamental symbolism (see Bynum, African Unconscious p114 for details). Those first centuries of Christianity were evolved in Egyptian deserts and the new faith was spread by North African converts. [Main reference: Bailey, Ancient African Bible Messages] jabaileymd.com