Understanding this ancient Kemetic principle will bring you clarity and understanding of the Kemetic science and uncover deeper knowledge in the bible.
Christian misrepresentation of ancient African spiritual concepts is the cause of much confusion in the western world. Not understanding the basic principles is the cause of much confusion in the conscious community. It will be easy to see that Lucifer; Imhotep; and Jesus are all representations of one basic principle but have different names based on the stage of manifestation. They are all part of the Kemetic/Egyptian concept of the migration of the soul from spirit into matter, then life and death.
Basic Kemetic Symbolic Framework
For example, Ptah and Ausar/Osiris have one leg to symbolize that the soul is genderless outside of a physical body. This idea is common to a number of African spiritual traditions. Through the Greek Gnostics, there is a biblical remnant of the “genderless” soul idea. In Galatians 3:28 when Pual says, “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
One of the confusing aspects of understanding the Kemetic system is not recognizing the basic principles and the framework in which they operate.
A framework is simply a way to organize information. The one leg of Ptah and Ausar is based on a framework. It becomes a clue as to how you should interpret the symbols no matter where they are in stories and myths. The Kemetic/Egyptian system is one of the most organized and consistent spiritual science systems you will ever come across. But you must look at the system as an organized science of knowledge and not a religion.
Science is based on observation and experimentation. Religion is based on belief and superstition. With religion, rational and logical thinking has to be suspended in order to accept ideas on “faith.” That was never the case in the African spiritual system. Logic was never at odds with science.
The ancient Kemetic principal called Heru/Horus is the thread that connects Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus on different levels within the Kemetic framework. Once you understand this principle the Kemetic/Egyptian System will not be confusing.
You will then be able to uncover deeper concepts and connections in the Bible.
The concepts I am about to express in this article will cause cognitive dissonance in Christians as well as the Kemetic knowledge community that has looked at this information and taken the ideas as literal and historical people.
So let’s take a look at the ancient Kemetic principle called Heru/Horus.
The ancient Kemetic principle of perpetual renewal
Heru/Horus is the ancient Kemetic principle of perpetual renewal. In other words, the concept of something that continually repeats. It’s that simple. Without going off on a tangent, know that Ancient African words were often based on the sound activating certain brain synapses. YES, it’s that sophisticated. So names of certain principles changed in order to invoke different vibrational expression within the physical body and/or to note different levels of universal expression.
Another layer within these ideas are based in numerology which is really the foundation of the mythology. This is not widely known, but through the numerology, you will connect the Bible stories to the Kemetic mythology very quickly. You will also see very clearly what Christian Fathers were trying to express but didn’t quite understand. I have an audio course here that can help you delve a little deeper into the numerology that connects the bible and Kemet.
Below is a rough analysis and explanation of the principle of perpetual renewal and how it moved from abstract to concrete and different planes of existence.
The ancient Kemetic principle in practice
In the Trinity Heru/Horus is the son or child. Symbolically, one meaning for the child represents the ability of the human race to perpetuate itself.
On the universal level, the principle of Heru/Horus is “nicknamed” Iusa (pronounced yay-oosah).
You can discover deeper symbolic meanings based on the etymology of African words and names. Often times the names give clues to the symbolic meaning. Here’s what I mean:
PTH (PTaH) is how the ancient Egyptians represented the idea of spirit descending and being “trapped” in matter (the physical body). They would represent the opposite ideas of spirit leaving matter by reversing the letters in a “play on words.”
HTP (HoTeP) is the ancient African idea of salvation or the soul being “released” from the dead mummified body (Ausar) for the ancient Africans, the soul would go to a “peaceful” place. Hence the meaning of modern times hotep
as meaning peace. ImHoTeP means “in peace.” ImHoTeP as the “prince of peace” is a nickname for Jesus as the Christ that originated in these teachings of ancient Egypt. In ancient Egypt, it was the idea of a resurrected soul into the underworld of Amenta.
That’s one level. The soul leaving the physical body. Ancient Egyptians believed in reincarnation. Therefore the soul would get many chances to leave a body. Perpetual renewal.
Lucifer was not Satan
Lucifer (Isaiah 14:12), the “fallen angel” became equated with Satan In the King James Version of the bible. This was not the case originally. The idea of Lucifer originated within the temple of Ptah in ancient Egypt.
However, rather than Satan, Lucifer was the name for the manifestation of a “new” soul in flesh (Ptah). The new soul came down or “fell” into matter. Heru/Horus as the Egyptian principle of “perpetual renewal” was given the nickname Lucifer when “born” in flesh. Lucifer from Latin means “bearer of light.”
Understanding this idea and the origin of the symbolism you can quickly connect the idea in the bible scripture Luke 10:18, “Yes,” he told them, “I saw Satan fall from heaven like lightning!” Christian Lucifer as Satan is connected to falling and light. Lucifer is only connected to Satan in the King James Version of the bible.
How Lucifer, Heru and Jesus are connected to the Kemetic principle of perpetual renewal
One of the reasons Egyptian spiritual science can be so confusing is not understanding the underlying framework and structure of their symbolic and mythological system.
Heru/Horus is not a “god.” Again it is the Kemetic principle of “perpetual renewal” and can be represented by anything in nature that is newborn or reborn.
The ancient Kemetic principle of Heru is a newly grown plant sprout, or a new calf, a new vine or a new sunrise that happens day after day. Each of them has in common that whatever they were born from has the ability to renew itself over and over. In other words, perpetual renewal.
So what does that have to do with Lucifer, Jesus, and Imhotep? You should already have a clue about Imhotep from the section above.
As a NEW soul or light “falling” into matter the ancient Kemetic principle of Heru is known as Lucifer. As a NEW soul “exiting” or rising from the dead body into the underworld Amenta Heru is known as Imhotep (in peace).
Heru, as the ancient Kemetic PRINCIPLE of perpetual renewal, is both Lucifer (New light/soul coming down to earth) and ImHoTeP (The light/soul exiting the body and leaving earth) depending on which aspect of the souls journey the ancient Egyptians were speaking about.
Heru and Jesus Etymology
Jesus and Imhotep are two different “nicknames” expressing the same ancient Kemetic principle but actually mixing up two different Egyptian levels. Heru and Jesus are connected through etymology. Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus (Iusa or yay-oosah) all evolved over time as “nicknames” for one principle Egyptians called Heru = the road or the way.
But you must know the symbolic meaning and the principles in order to connect the concepts to the bible scriptures. Now don’t berate Christians with this knowledge. TEACH those that are curious with evidence and facts. Don’t attack them believing it will shame them into changing their mind.
Would you accept being talked down too? No self-confident, self-respecting person would.