I was raised as a Christian. It is the foundation of my entry into spirituality. I am no longer Christian and at a point in my past, I considered myself an atheist. I now consider myself a member of the spiritual but not religious (S.B.N.R.) group. Even during that time period of being an atheist, I still had an underlying belief that there was something bigger than me.
I rebelled against the organized religion version of God. I rebelled against ideas that caused separation of people based on anything that did not recognize the validity of all people to exist in their own way. In my youth I didn’t think of it in that way. I just knew deep down that the dogma I was taught was not correct.
At some point I recognized that many religions had the same message but expressed in different ways. My intuition told me that these expressions had a commonality and/or were expressing something universal. It started me on a search. My ideas of God have changed radically since my youth.
Ancient Egypt is the origin of Christianity
My search to find the basis of Christianity and the bible lead me to Khemet. Part of which is the land we now call Egypt. I was astonished and ecstatic! As a member of the African diaspora here in the United States I was taught that Africa had no history worth noting. I was filled with pride to realize that every major religion in the west copied, plagiarized, and used knowledge gained from Kemet as the basis of their religions.
I finally found what these religions were trying to express but through ignorance and different agendas they butchered much of the wisdom. Much of what was taught in Kemet would now be considered new age and new thought. But make no mistake the originators of these ideas were from interior Africa. I don’t say that flippantly. There is much documentation trickling out through individuals that call themselves Kemetologist.
As I stated earlier the basis of all Abrahamic religions can be traced back to Khemet. But In the land of Kemet, there was no religion. Their wisdom was unparalleled anywhere or anytime on the planet past or present. We are only now unlocking much of their wisdom due to technological advances being presently made. Their wisdom teachings were so apart of their society they did not have a name for it. That will make perfect sense when you truly grasp the basis and depth of their wisdom.
It is time that humanity wakes up and recognize that the dogmatic religious systems (especially Christianity) are causing divisiveness. The consciousness of humanity is starting a new cycle of expansion. By its very nature, religious beliefs will stunt the evolution of human consciousness. We must now look to the past and the basis of the religious teachings to understand the power and majesty that is within each of us. It is time to move beyond the cookie-cutter ideas of religion.
With that said I have written a very short comparison (The photo) of Christian ideology and Kemetic ideology. Think of it as the difference in religion and spirituality. Spirituality is a personal connection and commiseration with the divine. Religion is crowd control.
The major difference in the Ancient African view and Christianity is this; Ancient African theology and spiritual science taught about evolving to realize your own divinity. In African spiritual science, you are the divine in human form. It is analogous to you being a drop in the ocean of the divine. The only difference between a drop and the ocean is the magnitude. Where as Christianity became more about a relationship to the divine.
Where as Christianity became more about a relationship to the divine. Through inheriting Greek Gnostic ideology human and divine were separate and being human became a detriment to developing spiritually. That’s why you can have doctrines like total depravity within Christianity because as a human you were seen as different, defective and tainted compared to the divine.
There was no such ideology in the original African science. There is only one source and everything in the universe is that source in its own beautiful form expressing itself in the freest and authentic way possible.