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. Every year the Nile river floods. It is called the
“inundation.” This yearly flood would bring fish for the people of ancient Egypt to eat year, after year, after year. In other words the Nile would perpetually flood and the people would not starve because of the abundance of fish.
The fish became a metaphor for the universal principle of perpetual renewal. The principle of perpetual renewal was personified in Heru and the fish became a metaphor for Heru. Another nickname for Heru was “mesu” which means savior and later became the word messiah.
Heru the mesu, “saved” the people from starvation in the form of a fish!
The flood would happen at the same time every year. As the civilization developed astrology came into play. The time of the flood became represented by the fish or the sign pieces. The supposed birthday of Jesus is in the sign of pieces. Coincidence? I think not!
So how is Jesus connected to Heru? Heru had many nicknames as does Jesus. As stated above one of Heru’s nicknames was the “mesu” or savior.
Heru being the personified principle of perpetual renewal also was connected to the sun. The sun perpetually rises every day. His nickname associated with the sun as an object of perpetual renewal was Iu the Sa or Iusa. Iusa means the ever coming sun. Iusa later became the Hebrew word Yeshua.
The Greeks name for Heru was Iuseous. There was no /j/ in the English language until the 1600’s. The /j/ was simply an embellishment of the letter /i/.
Iuseous was translated to the English Jesus almost 1500 years after the supposed birth of the sun of God and our savior or as the Ancient Egyptians called him the Neb Krst or Christ the Lord.
So now you know a very condensed version of why the pope wears a fish on his head. It’s Astrological born from the myths of the people of the Nile river.
It’s all written down in Africa on the walls of the temples.