Egyptian myth is the foundation of the trinity

 

As Christians, we had reverence for the trinity. The idea comes from the Egyptian roots of Christianity. The meme is a personification of nature.

In modern terms, we would say it is personification of universal laws. Auset would equate to our idea of “mother nature.” Ausar would be “father time.” he is the principle of the cycle of death, birth, and regeneration personified.… Read more

Beyond reverence and fear to peace of mind

Reverence is a deep respect, awe and even fear of something. When religious we were taught to have a reverence for so much! We didn’t even know why! It was no more than superstition. The Trinity was one of those ideas that we were to have reverence for.… Read more

Christianity affirms self-loathing

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I am not atheist because I don’t believe in Jesus

An atheist is someone that does not believe there is a God.

One of the biggest misconceptions of Christians is that a person that does not believe in Jesus does not believe in God and is, therefore, an atheist.

No other religion or spiritual system outside of Christianity believes Jesus to be God.… Read more

how fish became a savior

Ask yourself, why is the symbol for Christianity a fish? Why does the papal Mitre look like the open mouth of a fish? Why is one of the nicknames of Jesus the fisher of men?

Heru is the personified principle of perpetual renewal in ancient Khemet.… Read more

The Sun of God and the Meaning of the Cross

When I was Christian I was told that studying astrology was a sin and devil worship. I relate my story not to be self-centered but because I know my story is representative of many African-Americans. I didn’t learn the true meaning of the Cross until I studied the origins in Ancient Khemet.… Read more