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Reply to "The Word ["Amen"]"

Hey HB, don't forget about the Hindu God Krishna (as in Christ or Kristian/Christian), which also was combined with the ancient Egyptian word Karest, which means anointed, he was also a son of God who was crucified for the people. Have you ever seen a picture of Krishna? Look it up on the web. Pretty interesting that the picture that the Hindu created of Krishna, looks exactly like the picture that Micheal Angelo (Michael God's Angel, in Greek the word Angelos means angel) drew of Jesus. Only difference is that, whether it was symbolically or literally, Krishna was estimated to be at least 6000 years before Christ.

As far as the scriptures relating to Amen, there's only that one that specifically uses the word Amen but there are a tone of others that give honor and glory to the Sun God Amon/Atun/Amun which are all derivatives of Amen without using the actual name but seeing that you are not an Egyptologist, you probably wouldn't see it that way. Especially seeing that you want to continue saying that all of this stuff on Egypt is mythology, although they are finding concrete proof every day in Egypt of the Egyptian Deities being actual living breathing beings and they are still digging. Smile Funny thing about the word mythology, it's defined and created by the same individuals who pretty much control everything, including religion. I guess it's always a myth when some dumba$$ can't figure it out. LOL

As far as the "black" people who are attempting to use these truths to produce better. First off, it's not just "black" people who are starting to expose the truth. You don't see them in the fore-front because they would be persecuted just like all the prophets, messiah's, etc are. It doesn't fit into mainstream thinking. Even the truth is not for all my brother because many of us are so stuck in our way of thinking due to brain washing, most of us would reject the truth anyway and most of the rest wouldn't even recognize the truth. Funny thing about finding out the ugly truth, it puts one in an uncomfortable position, makes them an outcast and most of us don't want to exist like that. Most would rather fit in and be accepted and liked by the masses. I am one, who doesn't mind being an outcast because I truly think outside of the little box they want us to stay in. The other thing about that seems to be consistent about the truth is, it rarely finds you. You have to seek it.

The truth does not make one free or set one free, until you apply it to your life.

Peace and Blessings to all
Ntellect
Atlanta
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