EUROPEANS CREATION OF HELL (2/3)
An Ancient African mythological Judgment Day story said immediately upon death, the “Heart” of the Deceased enters Ausar’sJudgment Hall–the region to which the Dead departed–a realm situated within the most profound depths called the Taut, Netherworld, Duat, Underworld, Dwat—and subsequently, by foreigners, as the “Other World,” the “Underworld,” the “place of departed spirits,” “Sheol,” “Jehannum,” “Hades,” and “Hell.” However, these words have special and limited meanings and are not to be confused with Ausar’sJudgment Hall inner most sanctuary–somewhat like a temple where Ausar (Greek, Osiris) is enthroned. To reach Ausar, by proceeding through gate after gate, the Deceased had to pass a test of her/his “Heart” on one side of a balance scale being equal in weight to Ma’at’s feather on the opposite scale. Incidentally, this Scale is the origin of the Symbol for Justice in today’s legal community. Throughout the “Weighing of the Scales of Justice” the “Heart” of the Deceased would be examined by Anubis and the deities. Standing nearby the scale would be a monster Devourer of the Dead–a beast with the head of a crocodile, the chest and forelegs of a leopard, and hind legs of a hippopotamus—a symbol for destroying records of the “Heart’s” earthly bad emotional experiences (the Sahu)—i.e. the sinful part of the “Heart” (not the Soul). The weighed “Heart” passed the test by Living a Ma’at life (by the Spiritual Elements) which provided a “Light Heart”; it failed (i.e. too heavy to pass from being a bundle of ill-programmed behavioral responses) if its life’s actions had been motivated by emotional (animal), rather than divinity Soul parts of ones spirit. It also failed by it having been so overly religious as to live by rules outside what it takes to be human. As a result of the “Heart” on the Scales being off kilt, it is immediately devoured by the monster Ammit(Amut, Aummaum). The “Heart’s” offensive part proceeds into the home of bad monsters and Bad Spirits–the Taut, which possesses all characteristics of what is associated with the “Unseen,” along with its dark, gloomy, pits of fire. What is left of the unperfected “Heart” and Soul which, because of vibrating at a rate too slow to enter the Heaven Afterlife, travels to the Places of Destruction–a form of Purgatory purifier. This region was called a “Black Hole“–a Nothingness–a void where there is the absence of objects and where the “bad stuff” of ones Heart is concealed and securely hidden.
The goal of Auset’s “Taut” is to deal with the unperfected “Heart” and Soul of the deceased as it travels to the Places of Destruction. It does not inflict suffering but rather brings about the complete elimination of evil-doers’ (i.e. enemies of Ausar) deeds by placing them into a Black Hole. As can be seen on this page, there are spaces between the words—spaces of “nothing”. Yet, the “nothing” conveys meaning and reduces chaos in understanding what is read. To indicate Nothingness’s meaning, Ancient Egyptians employed an empty space to indicate “Exterminated“—i.e. being absolutely “Eliminated“. Since a Black Hole draws in everything and absorbs visible light never to release either, it is unable to betray the presence of its contents. This makes it a tangible Being, bound up with the Void–a state of “No Thing”—a realm of primeval darkness–the Ocean of Nun from which Cosmic Creation sprang.
Satanist Brutes borrowed this Ancient Africans Purgatory mythology and converted it into the Fantasy they eventually called Hell—to be commanded by another Fantasy, they called Satan or the Devil. Both were then converted to “Fact”. To elaborate, the name “Greek” and “Hellenes” derived from the Cretan religious customs of c1700 BC. For example, “Greek” (graikoi), means worshippers of the Grey Goddess, or Crone; and “Hellenes,” from the “individual” (Hellen)—a priestess of the Cretan moon Goddess known as Helle, Hellenes, or Selene. Hell was adopted in the Hebrew Bible. Then came the name Amenti (hades) being used for the abode of the deceased damned. It was peopled with all types of fantastic creations. Such was initiated by the Melchite Coptic Egyptians (Jews Hellenized into Greek culture). Giving Ptolemy I the name “Oserapis” and later Serapis c323 BC, they spoke of him as: “The savior and leader of souls to the light and receiving them again”. Added was fashioning of new concepts from African and Hebrew Bibles for the new European Church. Since nothing about their Supernatural, including their God, could be “proved” or disproved, the Crowd was socialized to follow Orders in military style and accept these fantasies on “Belief” and “Faith.” jabaileymd.com
Joseph A. Bailey II, MD, FACS
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