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Re: **Constantine: The Father of Christianity[With Just A Hint of Paganism!]??**

Fine ·
After the final destruction of Jerusalem and Judea by the Romans in 135 AD, the Jerusalem church was taken over by non-Jews. From this destruction, Eusebius says: "In this way the city was closed to the Jewish Race and suffered the total destruction of its former inhabitants, it was colonized by an alien race, and the Roman city which subsequently arose changed its name in honor of the emperor then reigning" (S., Acharya 37-8). The First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church was held in...
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Re: Harmachis vs. Sphinx

Dusty Elbow ·
No wonder Ayesu [Jesus] went to Egypt to hide and study for his young life than came back to Israel speaking in parables of the 'kingdom of God'. Parables are symbolism. Egypt is full of 'godly' parables. Just giving an opinion which means there is no truth behing my words. Thanks.
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Re: NUBIAN Queen Ti Unearthed

sunnubian ·
What's equally amazing is the fact that the Euro-Western racist historical revisionist did not get a chance to manipulate her obviously African features or had to chance to FIRST publish/distribute whitenized photos of her throughout the world to add to the mythology that those that are the predominate race in Egypt now are the same ones that Built and ruled Egypt thousand of years ago, etc., etc.
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Re: Should God?

kresge ·
This is from an old post of mine in another thread with a few additions. ************************************************* As to the nature of God in the OT, check this out. Genesis 6:6 6 And the LORD was sorry that he had made humankind on the earth, and it grieved him to his heart. 7So the LORD said, ˜I will blot out from the earth the human beings I have created"”people together with animals and creeping things and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them. Exodus 4:24-26 At...
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Re: What About The Debt Blacks Owe To America?

BanjiGirl ·
First of all white people did NOT end slavery as an act of benevolence. They ended slavery when it was no longer profitable for them. By the 1830s plantation slavery was no longer profitable for slave masters. The new form of slavery "colonialism" was the new avenue of wealth. Mother England led the colonialization process. In other words enslave the "black bastards" in their native lands instead of spending good money to ship them to America to work impoverished plantations. Let them...
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Re: What About The Debt Blacks Owe To America?

nayo ·
"""Once slavery "ended" and the slaves were let go, America, Brazil, the Carribbean and Latin America were finished with us. We were let go not "freed". Now it was time to ship in the white Europeans and now the Asians and Hispanics to enjoy this wealth. Black folks can all go to hell! Now to show you how twisted is the thinking of Europeans, if a pet owner was to abandon his pet on the freeway or be found not providing food or water for said pet his irresponsible ass would go to jail or pay...
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Re: NUBIAN Queen Ti Unearthed

Philippe ·
The sixteen dynasties of Egyptian history made public today are the last of the great kingdoms, not by far the first. Our story as recorded in the ruins of Egypt today was the end of some of our greatness. This was made possible by Khufu removing the immigration law and allowing an invasion of other races to "tie into the vine" and literally claim to be Egyptians, to the point where they literally replaced woolly haired dark skinned people's images. They fabricated false replicas that house...
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Re: NUBIAN Queen Ti Unearthed

Khalliqa ·
Didn't Chancellor Williams opine this in his book?
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Re: NUBIAN Queen Ti Unearthed

TruEssence ·
Great post! That statue is very beautiful! For me it gives off a strong energy and power. I love the fact that it has not been manipulated.
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Re: NUBIAN Queen Ti Unearthed

Philippe ·
They (Desert Arabs, pale Muslims) are the ones responsible for destroying and distorting the faces and statues of Egypt in order to hide the fact that they too were originally Nubians. Many think this was Napolean's doing because he was an avid Egyptologist and did collect ancient, especially Egyptian, artifacts, however this is not true. During the 8th and 9th century Abdullah Mamun son of Haruwn Al Rashid was the khalifah (successor). During this time, the Islamic community was flourishing...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Oshun Auset ·
Rome's knowledge was based on Greece. Greece stole/borrowed all of it's knowledge from KMT(Egypt/Africa) and perverted/twisted much of it because they were only students...hence X-tianity. The greek scholars/philosophers were actually KMTic school drop outs, they did not complete the 42 years of training and get baptized into the knowledge systems. Athens was originally a Kemetic/Kamau colony.
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
"All of its knowledge"? I think not. For a time Greece was the only "logical" culture on the face of the earth. No other society thought as Greece did, and that includes Egypt, which means that Greece did not "steal" that from Egypt. And let's say that Greece did steal its knowledge from Egypt? So what happened to A. The evidences of Egypt's ever thinking as Greece did? There are none in all the manuscripts that we have fround in Egypt. B. The evidences that Egypt continued to think as it...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Oshun Auset ·
Wow, Thanks for letting me know that you have been completely duped by the Eurocentric White supremacist educational system and their(the enemies) version of his-story. Yah, Greeks the ONLY rational culture...lol, now that's crazy!!! You really need to read more African authors. KMT was invaded and X-tianity guaranteed that it's temples and religion/philosophies were sacked and burned(after heavily being plagerized). Remember how the Moore's had to bring 'Greek' enlightenment to Europe...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
oshun, +++++++++++++++++++++++++++= Thanks for letting me know that you have been completely duped by the Eurocentric White supremacist educational system and their(the enemies) version of his-story ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Um, you're welcome? Come, oshun, this is not an answer. An answer would be to show that the Egyptians thought as the Greeks did only earlier. It would have to be so for there to be something Egyptian for the Greeks to steal. There's no evidence that the Egyptians had...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
oshun, Please read what I wrote. I did not say that Greece got nothing from Egypt. Of course it did. The Greeks even said so, and that is still in the history of Greece. I first read that a long time ago in one of those huge Time-Life coffee-table picture books of Greece. So please do not say that whites "edit out" that information to keep it from everybody. I learned it from whites themselves. Besides, that's not my point. My point is twofold: 1. The Greeks were good enough thinkers to have...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
kresge, That is really the point of my original post. Too many cultures had equinoctal celebrations. Calendars have always been important to us. Alexander Marshack in "The Roots of Civilization" shows evidence of paleolithic "calendar bones" or "calendar sticks" showing the phases of the moon from about 27,000 years ago, and the calendars that it seems every culture devised shows that "what time is it?" is a question everybody has always asked. So why assume that Carnival or any other...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

HeruStar ·
How so? I'm not Johnny Destiny, but I'd like to give a hypothetical. Let's say that the black man invented TRUTH. He shared it with his brethen, and they enjoyed the fruits of his labor. The Black man had no desire to profit from this invention, hence he has no desire to patent his invention. Along comes a white man, that covets this invention, that feels like this invention could be put to "better" use in a capitalist system. So he studies the blueprint, copies it, and patents it, and tells...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
Herustar, ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ To lay the sole claim to truth was not my purpose. Truth in the parable, represents the many inventions that blacks contributed to this earth. Truth represents our contributions to civilization. Contributions that originated from US but were stolen and patented by THEM. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ OK, I didn't think that you were saying that, but I wanted to make sure. What inventions did you have in mind? Some of the contributions are...
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Re: What is Egungun

Johnny Destiny ·
Hello, fellow philosophers, Let us use that part of the mind I call perception, and we shall discover the scientific facts. Quote: ________________________________________________ Dude, don't you realize that the terms "God" and "Goddess" are artifacts of the English language??? What you're saying is nonsensical. You haven't made a single legitimate ontological distinction and are dealing only in the field of semantics. ________________________________________________ Let us stick with...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
oshun, You mean George James' 1954 book that says that Aristotle took from the library at Alexandria philosophical works that he copied and claimed as his own? That George James? Would it make any difference to know that the city of Alexandria was a Greek city (there is that name, you know) founded after Alexander's conquest of Egypt? That Alexander was a student of Aristotle, and therefore Aristotle was older than he was--older enough that he died thirty years before the library was...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
YOu give no explanation of why the Church might have wanted to change the start of the year. In fact, the start to any year is arbitrary. Some cultures started their year in the spring. Fair enough--the plants are opening and it looks like a new year, all right. This seemed especially prevalent among those cultures that used a lunar calendar. But some--like the Church adn, by the way, like ancient Egypt--started their year with the winter solstice, when the sun starts its apparent return...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Oshun Auset ·
It was renamed for Alexander the horrible AFTER he invaded Egypt. What was the name of it before Alexander the barbarian entered the land of KMT and played dress up as pharoah?(noticed he liked to take on the Egyptian culture as his own because he admired and covetted it so.) Read the other books I mentioned. It they will clown all of your Euro-centric outlook with facts, from this post and others. I don't want to and won't take the time to post info from books I read when I was 19 yrs old...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
Come, Oshun, you can do better than that. Your response was like the description some years back of those who, when accused of killing three men and a dog, would triumphantly produce the dog alive. As you well know, Alexandria was built near an old fishing village called Rhakotis, a nondescript place with nothing to recommend it. Alexandria eventually grew to cover it, but Alexandria was built there, not because there was anything about the village worth preserving or imitating, but because...
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Re: Is Pan-Africanism Truly Possible or Even Logical?

HonestBrother ·
I think that perhaps there is the issue of Arab cultural dominance that motivated the distinction. Morocco, for example, is an Arab country. So are Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, and Egypt. The people racially look like Middle Easterners.
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Re: Is Pan-Africanism Truly Possible or Even Logical?

UppityNegress ·
Black Viking, this is new info to me. I was aware that countries such as Egypt have had centries, millenia even, of intemixing, and control of resources were in flux between various distinct groups. I wasn't aware areas farther east, in south East Asia ("Middle East") had a pronounced Black dominance. Where did you get the sources for this? About the original Jews (Hebrews?) being of Black African heritage...I don't have any firm stats on that, except for one study which showed that...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Yemaya ·
OK etymologists, what is the meaning of Amen-Ra as it relates to the language spoken by the Egyptians and their former "Jewish" slaves?? How was it used in context at that time so that at least I can get an understanding of the difference between "Amen" and "ammam". Again I'd like to raise the issue of the "Jewish" people being enslaved in Egypt for many generations and adopting their habits and language, which is evident even today. Please post a link if you all can find one.
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
You might want to look at Language Families In particular, Akan is considered to be in the Niger-Congo family of languages and Hebrew is in the Afro-Asiatic family... I'll add that it does seem to be generally accepted (but debated) that Semitic (from which we get Arabic and Hebrew) emerged from Africa some time in the 4th millenium bc. But from Ethiopia/Eritrea and not from Egypt. So it is true that Amharic, Hebrew, and Arabic are at least descended from the same mother tongue.
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Fine ·
The "Afrim" people who became the "Ivrim" people who became the "Jewish/Hebrews" when they migrated to Europe were never really under any type of "harsh" slavery via the Egyptians. They were "all" black tribes that lived and flourished amongst one another. In order to tweek the story that they claimed they wrote but did not--the European Jewish/Hebrew people left Egypt willingly and came back willingly... "The Africans Who Wrote the Bible" by Dr. Darkwah
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
Doesn't it work both ways? I mean, to you who, believe for example, that the Greeks borrowed all their best ideas from Egypt, and are believed by history to be great on account of it: Wouldn't it be in our best interest to welcome all the best ideas from Europe? I mean let's ABSOLUTELY plunder Europe for the best ideas it has to offer ... Not just Europe... But Asia.... Africa.... Let's dig good ideas from everywhere...including our own And then use them to help us do * our own thing * ?
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
I mean it really doesn't do us a damned bit of good to believe everything came from Egypt (even if it's true) if we're not doing anything now ... If we're interminably paralyzed in the present... and we're NOT going to do anything great now if our first reaction is to always shoot down our most advanced thinkers... Personally, believing I was at one time great doesn't do a damned thing for me now... In fact, dwelling on the belief of "at-one-point-in-time-great" is one of the first signs of...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Empty Purnata ·
HonestBro, you keep it honest like always! I like the quote that someone (his name escapes me at the moment) once said, "There is no White or Black or Yellow knowledge. Only knowledge."
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Fine ·
Hebrew origins is nothing more than a copy-cat echo of the "akan language" out of Ghana.... The people "now" in Ghana that speak the "akan language," once lived in Egypt and were the dominant group at that time!
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Melesi ·
As have I, and at no time did I ever mean a "slave" or a "worker," which the Czech word meant originally, which is why it appeared in a science-fiction work in the early Twenties and has been with us ever since. When we use the word "debonair," we don't mean someone who smells good, though that is what the word meant originally. And "malaria," no longer means "bad air," but rather a mosquito-borne disease. One who is "dextrous" is able, not "right-handed," which is what the Latin term meant.
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Re: Whitewashing the 10 Commandments

Huey ·
I thought about that too. I guess ABC must've broke the tape of the Charleton Heston version. But how do they remake it? By getting Latin/Middle Eastern looking actors instead just white actors in black wigs. And Moses still have blue eyes. Still haven't learned anything, huh Hollywood? At least there were SOME black folks in the Heston version. Although, they were put in the movie for a few seconds as they were en route to the Exodus, in an afterthought move (like someone in the Hollywood...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Kai ·
Peace.... Are you now implying that the language of ancient egypt is different than the language of the original hebrew scriptures? Kai
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
I'm claiming that ancient Egyptian is different from Hebrew
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Kai ·
Peace... Well what would you say when someone points out that the habiru or hebrews are themselves egyptians for much of their history? The Hebrew people were embedded in Egypt as we are embedded in america. this is consistent with the biblical version of history and the academic view. Of course there are differences in dialect, however, they are closely related. they are both semitic. the semitic origin of Hebrew, and the language of the people of KMT is not actually disputed in academic...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Fine ·
Kai your statement is precisely correct. The term Semitic/Hebrew is an oxymoron. The word [Semitic] implies "mixed" races which the original "Afrim/"Ivrim" people were not! They originated from these main tribes which originated in ancient Black African Egypt and exist today in Ghana as: Akuapen Akuamu Akyem Assini Bono Fante Kwahu Sefwi Wassa and Denkyira And the word [Hebrew] implies an association or connection with Egypt which it is not, because the words "Jew" and "Hebrew" did not come...
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Re: They Say You're "Acting White"? You Probably Deserve It

Nikcara ·
MBM, to address your concerns, I do not think that benefiting and utilizing the technology of the day is Black or white, I think it is human. History has brought all of us to live in this point of time and the fact that we use the tools available is truly human, especially since we are the greatest tool using mammals to walk this Earth. With that said, I whole hearttedly agree with Yemaya's comment about the Jedi Mind Trick. Many of our children who live in the ghetto, and sadly some adults...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Fine ·
I too, cringe, HeruStar! It is true -- "Greek misinterpretation" does in fact have e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g off track -- in general -- and the true meaning of the work A-M-E-N -- in particular. Greeks knew nothing about the true essence of "Black Antiquity" -- and to this day they still don't want to know or care to know. They are copycat counterfeiters-in-denial of the truth/facts. In fact, the root of this very book [i.e. "basic instructions before leaving earth - the Bible] has its origin in...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
What's the point of this huge conspiracy theory?... Even if it's true, for example, that my ancestors built the first wheel 8000 years ago, what good is knowing this if we're not even building the best bicycles now? And, being a mathematician, I can say with a fair amount of certainty, that though a great deal of Greek mathematics might have have originated in Egypt, mathematics is like Engineering. It's not static knowledge... It doesn't stand still. Today's advances are built on...
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Re: Pan Africanism 2006

Shango67 ·
Of course, Africans throughout the Diaspora do not share ALL of the same values, codes, or moral principles. As this conversation continues, maybe we should spend some time, if possible, agreeing to terms and definitions because as it stands, I need to know exactly how you would define homegenous. Be that as it may, I would argue that pure homogeneity is not needed throughout the African collective for Pan Africanism to be realized. That is to say, an agenda could be practical once we begin...
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Re: So Pan-Africanism/Black nationalism establishes a solid foundation circa 2010...

ZAKAR ·
PanAfrica: 'Greater Africa' Has Changed the World Too Email This Page Print This Page The East African Standard (Nairobi) COLUMN April 16, 2006 Posted to the web April 17, 2006 Ali Mazrui Nairobi Two trends relevant to the African people have been under way since the second half of the 20th Century: globalisation of Africa and hegemonisation of the United States. Africa and the people of African descent have become more of a global presence. And the US has become more of a hegemony: Empire...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Former Member ·
GREAT INFO! Most of the religious world doesn't overstand why Egypt is so prominant in the bible. All of the most important biblical characters at some point went to Egypt. Abraham (Ab-Heart, Ra-Most High God of Egypt, Ham-Hammites, black folk), Josesph, Moses(known as Thutmose in Egypt) and according to scriptures, even Jesus(known as Horus in Egypt) went there for 12 years. The word Amen, comes from the names of the Ancient Egyptians Gods, Amun,Amon,Atum,Atun,Aten and even Amen. Check out...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Former Member ·
HonestBrother, thank you for your opinion and dialogue. It challenges me to dig deep into my mental reservoir of facts that I have studied and researched for a number of years. I'm not here to argue or belittle anyone's belief or opinion. I'm a man of facts and I'm only posting the facts that have been discovered by many and my conclusion to what I feel those facts are. You brought up some very interesting points and yet have me a little confused on some of the nature of your questions.
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Former Member ·
************ Amen was never a Hebrew word. It was later pulled into Hebrew language. Just the phonetics of the word Amen alone, proves it's not of Hebrew origin. People seem to forget that Egypt existed before any of the biblical references or stories that are told OR documented in the bible. Historians and archeologists prove that Egypt was the first "civilization" of the world, not really but that's what history goes with. Thus, the Egyptian Deities names of Amon, Amun, Atum, Atun, Aten...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
ntellect, in your response to me, you told me a lot of stuff that I already knew or had heard of... My essential point was that finding a (possible) reference to an Egyptian god in the very last book of the Bible does not prove that the word "Amen" is of Egyptian origin nor does it prove that Christians are evoking an Egyptian deity. And it's quite a stretch to use one verse in one of the last written Biblical books to prove something about a word that occurs in other books written centuries...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Former Member ·
HonestBrother, you have every right to your opinion about this being pointless but to others, it's of ultimate importance. You say the word "Amen" is possibly not of Egyptian origin. Like I said, I'm a man of facts. Just show me when and where it was used before Egypt and I'll accept it. I couldn't begin to give you every scripture in the bible that pays homage to Egyptian Deities because there are so many but I could probably give you a good 20 off the top of the dome, if you would like.
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
ntellect, read the thread. I won't rehash so many things that have already been said. But just because a word in one language looks (when transliterated into a 3rd language) superficially like a word in another language (i.e., they're spelled or sound alike) DOES NOT MEAN they're the same word or even related. It's perfectly possible for it to be sheer coincidence. Many examples were produced earlier in this thread. Anyone who has actually studied several languages in depth knows that this...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Former Member ·
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.
 
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