This religion is a religion practiced by millions and millions of blacks around the world. Everyone knows automatically what religion it is: Christianity.
But what do we know about this religion? What are its true origins? Some answers through this article, we dedicate to all who seek the historical truth about this religion.
First of all, we should know that Christianity is a religion of which teachings are based on the question and the concept of the messiah.
But first what is the messiah?
A messiah is a title that designates a person who was consecrated by the rite of oil anointment (see Exodus 29: 7, 1 Kings / 1:39, 2 Kings /9: 3)
In the tradition of Judaism oil anointment is done on personalities who become kings (e.g.: David, Solomon, etc ..), regarded as saviors of their people. The biblical texts show that those kings before taking over the throne were consecrated by the anointing oil. These kings were therefore saviours messiahs. But what kind of messiahs were they? Since those messiahs were leaders, kings, they acted in a state and political context for the well being of their nation and their people and not for the welfare of humanity. Thus the Messiah announced and waited in the tradition of Judaism is actually a politician, a powerful king who will be oil anointed to rule and govern in order to meet the important needs of his people, in the line of kings like David.
What about the concept of Messiah in Christianity?
In Christianity the concept of Messiah is associated with the notion of Christ as in Christianity, Christ is presented as the Messiah. Why? Well this is because according to the official version the term Christ means anointed. In Christianity, Christ is seen as a prophetic figure perceived as the Messiah waited by Israel and because his Christ title means that he was anointed, so it is therefore a saviour king in the line of kings like David. But that messiah supposed to fulfill the prophecies of the Old Testament has particuliarities because:
- Contrary to the political messiah savior king of Israel, that Messiah is king but his kingdom is not earthly but heavenly, that is, his kingdom is not of this world. And again it is not a political leader, and does not save the people of Israel so politically … but saves all mankind spiritually.
- Contrary to the kings of Israel who were not prophets but who were anointed by the prophets (eg Samuel, etc ..) that Messiah has not received proper anointing oil, and is himself even considered a prophet.
- And the point that confirms that he is really the expected Messiah, is his resurrection from the dead.
Therefore, from Judaism to Christianity there are two visions of the Messiah which are opposite. On one hand, ( Judaism ) the texts of the Old Testament reveal that Jews were expecting an earthly Messiah (King) with a political power, to support and raise their nation. And on the other hand ( Christianity ), the messiah who comes has not received the anointing oil , is not a politician but a traveling preacher , miracle worker , etc. who does not save the state of Israel and politically and earthly but saves the whole humankind by dying and rising from the dead .
Thus there are two different visions of the Messiah. This is what explains the rejection of the Christian messiah figure by the authentic Judaism.
But if the Christian messiah does not really correspond to the expected Messiah in the prophecies of the Old Testament, then who announced Christ as Messiah fulfilling the prophecies of the Old Testament? In other words, who linked the character and tradition of Christ to the Judaic tradition? Who announced Christ not as a messiah savior and king of Israel but rather as savior of humankind? This prompts us to ask ourselves: who is the historical founder of Christianity?
Well according to historical and scientific research in the area, the historical founder of Christianity and its teachings is not the Christian messiah, but the Jewish Pharisee Saul of Tarsus. Historically, he is the author of the earliest Christian writings contained in the Bible.
He is the one who began to relate Christ’s tradition to the Messiah’s tradition awaited by the Jews in the Old Testament. It is Saul of Tarsus who later became “Saint Paul”, who is at the origin of the first and oldest Christian writings (writings from around year 50 and year 57 of the current era). In the New Testament almost half the books are those written by Paul. So Paul wrote to the Romans, to the Galatians, to the Thessalonians, the Ephesians, etc … in short the people Paul wrote to the peoples of humanity to announce Christ as the messiah savior of humankind. After Saul of Tarsus, the Gospels were written (between 65 and 115), the dogmas were established by those are called the church fathers, etc. … All this was endorsed from the fourth century in councils (beginning with the Council of Nicaea). But it all started initially with Saul of Tarsus alias “Saint Paul”.
What about the Messiah announced by Paul and the canonical gospels in historical terms?
Well, in historical terms, science and sound research have never found anything definite and certain about the character of Christ as defined by the canonical gospels. His date of birth (25 December of the year 0, or the year -6 or -7) is uncertain. Nothing is known about his family because the evidence of the existence of his mother Mary and his adoptive father has never been found. On his childhood until adulthood, there’s nothing sure. And even in the gospel, we know nothing of what happened during 18 years of his life (between age 12 and the age when he is believed to have started preaching, 30 years). Nothing is known about his death, nothing is known about the shape of the cross. Indeed, since there are many forms of cross (X-shaped cross, T-shaped cross, etc …).
It means we do not know if the cross on which we are used to represent dead (cross-shaped T) is the true shape of the cross. We know nothing of his resurrection, and even the texts of the Gospels do not say how he was raised. All what the texts of the Gospels say is that on the third day (no one knows exactly which one), his followers found an empty tomb. In short, historically we know nothing about him. That is why despite many documentaries, books and publications presented to the public about Christ, most scientists and researchers think (since it is difficult to prove its historical existence), it is possible that a Jewish character named Jesus Christ has never existed.
If that is the case, it means that it is possible that the gospels and Paul’s letters belong to a fictional or legendary story. Ditto the scene being presented to believers as historical sites or places of pilgrimage where that character is supposed to be born or have lived, etc .. (That i, Bethlehem, Nazareth, etc …)
But if we assume that Christianity does not come from Judaism, and that Christ never existed, one wonders: if Christ did not exist, then where did Paul go to get the information that enabled him to write things under an almost fictional account? What doctrine those officially called the early Christians were following? What happened for thousands of people called the first Christians, to be massacred, tortured and persecuted for centuries? This prompts us to ask: what are the real sources of inspiration from the writings of Saul of Tarsus (called Saint Paul)? what do science and research reveal on this issue?
Well historical research takes us straight in Africa, to the Nile. All serious scientific and historical research shows that most of the concepts found in Christianity, are concepts that do not come from Judaism, but rather are concepts of which the historical origin is in all documents, frescoes and texts from pharaonic times. So these are ideas that come from the spirituality of our ancestors from the Nile Valley.
Thus the notion of Christ, central concept of Christianity is not a notion that comes from Judaism. This term is not a name but a title. But the term Christ is nowhere in the Jewish tradition and in the Old Testament. The Old Testament knew the concept of messiah (Mashiakh), but not the concept of Christ. That is why the prophecies of the Old Testament never said the political messiah of Jewish tradition would carry the title of Christ.
The Savant Cheikh Anta Diop in his book Civilisation ou Barbarie, page 312 tells us that:“The word Christ is not an Indo European root. It came from the Pharaonic Egyptian expression Kher Sesheta: “he who watches over the mysteries” and was applied to the divinities, Osiris, Anubis, etc. … “.
What does that mean? Well it mean that the term Christ does not mean Anointed, does not come from the Greek language (Christos) and is not a term derived from Mashiakh (Messiah) in Hebrew, as taught in the official version. In other words, this title of Christ does not come from the Hebrew tradition, but is rooted in the Pharaonic tradition. That is why no one in the Hebrew tradition has ever carried the title of Christ. The one who bears the title of Christ is necessarily someone who is from the Pharaonic tradition. And since basically this title has nothing to do with the concept of messiah or saviour, it means that the one who carries this title of Christ is neither a messiah nor a savior. And has nothing to do with a Messiah.
From what Cheikh Anta Diop tells us, it is the Egyptian term Kher Sesheta which rose in Greek to give the words Khristos, Christos, Christ. The term Christ is therefore a Greek deformation of the Pharaonic term Kher Sesheta.
The story of Wosiré (Osiris) is the first in the history of humanity that speaks of someone who did good in his life , who suffered , who died and rose again and ascended into heaven , and whose body had to be eaten and the blood had to be drunk.
In the Pharaonic text called: The book of what there is in the Amduat , there are examples of hymns to Osiris as follows :“O Lord of eternity, Master of Amenti , keeper of the great hall of the two Maat , you were born, you died , resurrected and reincarnated to guide the flock of Ra on the bright paths of Maat !“
In the texts of the pyramids (which are the oldest religious texts of humanity) we also find references to the meal of bread and wine related Osiris. This is the case for example in the pyramid of Unas where we can read: “Drink, this is the own blood of Osiris. Eat, this is his flesh flesh … “.
Historical research shows that the story of Horo (Horus) , reincarnation of Osiris is the first in the history of humanity that speaks of a divine child born miraculously without sex.
This allows us to understand the historical context of the birth of what will be later called Christianity by the Roman Empire.
The historian Anis al Assiouty Sarwat says in the second volume of his book: Recherches comparés sur le Christianisme primitif et l’Islam premier (Compared Research on early Christianity and early Islam), pages 49 and 50, that : “In 671 BC the Assyrians invaded Egypt. The Egyptians resisted fiercely, bloody fighting were taking place.Memphis was stormed. Thebes succumbed in 663. The Assyrians were flaying Egyptian fighters and covered the walls of their skins. But in 651, Psammetichus 1st, founder of the 26th dynasty, definitely pushed back the Assyrians and freed Egypt from their yoke.
It was a after that murderous war, which caused so much misfortune that the Egyptians in the 26th dynasty, spread the humanist and universalist cult of Isis and gradually make the worship dominant, in Egypt and abroad, in order to bring peace and fraternity in the world. The Persian, Macedonian and Roman dominations over the centuries only increased humankind suffering. Everywhere people were getting poorer, increasing the number of slaves; women and children are crushed under the weight of injustice. The cult of Isis carried a cure to those evils, a message to the sufferers, a warning to the oppressors. “
That period of the Pharaonic civilization to which the Coptic scholar Sarwat Anis Al Assiouty refers us (7th century before the current era) is called the Late Period.
The late period is the period where the Pharaonic civilization came into an advanced phase of decline and ended, following repeated attacks by the invaders. It was during that period that the Pharaonic civilization gradually lost its sovereignty, territory and the Pharaonic ended up by falling into the hands of foreign invaders and conquerors (Persians, Greeks, Romans, etc …)
So it was Egyptians from the period marking the decline and end of the Pharaonic civilization that spread the humanist cult of Aissata (Isis) in order to bring peace, love, charity, and humanism in world.
But on what right do the Egyptians (blacks) stand to spread humanism in the world? Well that is due to the fact that for a long the Pharaonic civilization had dominated and transmitted civilization to many peoples, and ensured the maintenance of order (Maat), to fight against barbarism. So in those times (Late Period) during which the world and the Pharaonic civilization was toppling into barbarism, the Blacks of the Late period knowing that their ancestors had had a civilizing role tried again to pull the world from barbarism and savagery, which was prevailing, by submitting it to the order (Maat). It was with a view for Maat to giving precedence and ending the cycle of violence and revenges prevailing in the world at that time that Blacks undertook the humanity civilization by the worship of Isis. The worship of Isis was the dominant one the Nile Valley at the time when foreign peoples (Greeks, Romans, etc …) invaded and occupied Egypt.
Following the loss of their sovereignty and by dint of being invaded and dominated over time, indigenous peoples (Blacks) ended up crossbreeding willy-nilly to various degrees with the invading peoples. This is confirmed by Count Volney in his book Voyages en Egypte et en Syrie (Journey in Egypt and Syria), in Pages 65 and 66 when he says:
“The Copts are proper representatives of the Egyptians and it is a singular fact that makes this even more likely sense.
Considering the face of many individuals of this race, I found it a particular character which fixed my attention: everyone has a smoky yellowish skin tone, which is neither Greek nor Arabic; all have a puffy face, a swollen eye, a crushed nose, and thick lips; in short, a real face of Mulatto.
I was tempted to attribute it to climate, when, having visited the Sphinx, its appearance gave me the key to the riddle. Seeing the Negro head characterized in all its features, I recalled this remarkable passage of Herodotus, where he says “For me, I find that the Colchians are a colony of Egyptians, because, like them, they have the black skin and frizzy hair “, it means that the ancient Egyptians were true Negroes of the species of all natives of Africa”.
What is Count Volney telling us here? He tells us here that having seen the sphinx, he realized that the Pharaonic people were black and Coptic from their half-cast traits possessed this Negro blood of the ancient pharaonic people in their genes. It should also be said that the word “Coptic” is a deformation of the word “Egyptian”. Therefore, a Coptic means etymologically a native Egyptian (thus Black).
This analysis helps to reach these definite conclusions: the first Coptic Egyptians were in fact those of the end of the Pharaonic civilization who were spreading the worship of Isis. That is why they were black like their ancestors of antiquity. But following the invasions and aggressions on Egypt by the Persians, Greeks, Romans, etc … Those black populations eventually hybridized over centuries willingly or by force. It is this phenomenon of progressive miscegenation between blacks, invaders and occupiers (Persian, Greek, Roman etc ..) which gave over time the people called Copts today. That is why the Copts (found in Egypt, Ethiopia, etc. …) are descendants of the ancient Egyptians.
What were the principles of the cult of Isis conveyed by those Egyptians of that time?
The Coptic scholar Anis al Assiouty Sarwat says in the second volume of his book Recherches comparées sur le Christianisme primitif et de l’islam premier primitif (Compared Research on early Christianity and early Islam), pages 61 and 62: “In the social field, the worship of Isis is imbued with the concept of Maat, the principle of justice, which establishes equality and frees the oppressed, principle so dear to Christianity.
In the area of the ritual, let us mention the baptismal regeneration in the worship of Isis, where the initiate dies to his old life and is reborn in the new faith; the use of water, principle of regeneration, without which would perish plants, animals and human beings in the sprinkling of the faithful during the rites of Isis …. ; the public confession of sins in the temples of Isis; the common sacramental meal which completes the initiation into the worship of Isis; … Then come the mystery of the incarnation of God made man, who died for the redemption of humankind, and his resurrection from the dead, which ensures the survival to human beings. ”
What Sarwat Anis al Assiouty explains here is clear. He explains that most rites are baptism, confession, joint sacramental meal (communion), etc. etc., found in later Christianity were rites practiced in the worship of Isis at that final period of the Pharaonic civilization (Late Period), several centuries before the official birth of Christianity. And who is this dead and risen god discussed here in the context of the worship of Isis? Well this is indeed Osiris.
The worship of Isis was therefore linked to that of Osiris, it is that worship that the Africans of the late period spread and popularized until the official birth of Christianity in the fourth century. Thus the worship of Isis was spread throughout the world, and was attested in Europe. That is why Apuleius, an author of the first centuries of the current era, in his book The Golden Ass or the Metamorphoses, talk about Isis in these terms:
“I am Nature, mother of all things, the mistress of the elements, original principle of the centuries supreme deity, queen of the Manes, the first between the inhabitants of heaven, universal type of gods and goddesses. The Empyrean and its bright vaults, the sea and its salubrious breezes, hell and its silent chaos, obey my laws: single power worshiped under many aspects, shapes, cults and names as much as peoples on earth. (2) For the original Phrygian race, I am the goddess of Pessinus and the gods’mother; the indigenous people of Attica call me Crecopian Minerva. I am Paphian Venus for the islanders of Cyprus, Diane Dictynne for the Cretans with inevitable arrows. In the three languages of Sicily, I am named Stygian Proserpine, Ancient Ceres at Eleusis. (3) Some invoke me under that of Juno, the others under that of Bellone. I am Hecate here, I am Rhamnusie there. But the peoples of Ethiopia, Arian and the ancient and learned Egypt, countries that the sun favours with its nascent rays, only pay me my own worship, and give me my true goddess name: Isis. ”
If one refers to this Greek text, we see that by spreading in regions of the world, the name of Isis leaving the Nile valley changes name based peoples’ languages in the world who have adopted that worship. Since that worship was linked to that of Osiris, the name Osiris also changed later according to languages and peoples. Thus Osiris later become Adonis , Dionysus, Mithra , etc … depending on the languages and regions where those worships were located.
But outside Egypt, and before reaching the regions of Europe, we first have the regions of the Near East (Palestine, Syria, etc ..). So how could the worship of Isis reach Europe bypassing areas like Palestine?
Let us remind that the first inhabitants of Palestine were blacks. It was the Canaanites (as Palestine was formerly called Canaan). Research revealed the Negroid fossils called Natufians (fossils studied by the specialist Miss Garrod) fossils of the Canaanite people’s direct ancestors. But that people has been under the tutelage of the Pharaonic civilization for long. Thus the worships which came from the Nile Valley have existed on that territory (Canaan) since ancient times, even when it took the name of Palestine later.
The Bible even mentions that those rituals of bread and wine related to Osiris were known of Canaanites. The first time those rites were mentioned in the Bible, it is in the episode where the Canaanite king that the Bible calls Melchizedek met Abraham. The passage which speaks about that (Genesis Chapter 14 verse 18) says that “Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine: he was the priest of the Most High God.”.
Moreover archeology reveals that the worship of Isis and Osiris was indeed established for a long time in this territory, in the form of worships to Adonis (Osiris) or Astarte (Isis) for example.
That return in force to the worship of Isis force around the end of antiquity, was not strange to that territory, even if that territory saw the arrival and installation of the Hebrew social and state structures (Judah, Israel, etc.) on its soil.
When insiders and black priests came from the Nile spreading the worship of Isis to bring peace to the world in late antiquity, they spread it in Palestine and also in the cities where there were Hebrew populations and Jewish sects (Judea, Jerusalem, etc …)
It was in that context of the cult of Isis’ spread in Jewish circles, around the end of the Pharaonic civilization in Palestine, that the Egyptian traditions of that time (thus the Coptic traditions) locate an Egyptian priest of the worship of Isis’s Ministry, called Isa (which is also written as Issa). This is the name that appears in the writings and authentic traditions of the Copts. This means that the Coptic traditions in fact already existed several centuries before the supposed birth of a Jew named Jesus Christ of Nazareth and of the Christian era.
According to the very erudite work of the Coptic scholar Sarwat al anis Assiouty , in the second volume of his book compared research on early Christianity and early Islam , pages 110-114 , the name Isa ( Issa ) is a name of a Pharaonic origin used to designate Osiris and had been carried by Egyptians since antiquity. The name Isa is therefore a name carried by an Egyptian, so a non-Jew. It is the same for the name Maria (Mary), which is a name that comes from the Egyptian name Meri or Mari (which means love in Pharaonic tongue) .We still find these names ( Isa Issa , Mari, Mariama , etc. . ) anywhere on our continent today. There are even ethnic groups that carry the name of Issa today on our continent. This gives us clear indications about the origin of Issa, of which the Koran tradition succeeded despite the centuries, to keep the same name.
If the term Christ is actually a word that comes from Egyptian Kher Sesheta (term that means the guardian of mysteries, or the guardian of secrets), that Christ term (thus Kher Sesheta) is also a grade carried by an insider in priesthood, thus, in the pharaonic clergy as revealed by the pharaonic texts from antiquity (the stele of Ikernofret for example). This means that since antiquity in the Nile valley and the rest of the Pharaonic civilization, there have been several priests and initiates who carried the title of Christ, that is to say that as the custodian of divine mysteries (Kher Sesheta in Pharaonic language).
Thus the term Christ (Kher Sesheta), is not a title that carries a messiah or savior, but is actually a title that is carried by a priest of the initiatory mysteries with the grade of Guardian or Custodian of the divine secrets in the Pharaonic tradition. All this allows us to understand that Christ (Kher Sesheta) is actually an insider of the Grade of Mysteries Guardian grade. It is this capacity that Issa carried in Egyptian traditions.
That is why Cheikh Anta Diop in his book Civilisation ou Barbarie (Civilization or Barbarism) page 336, already told us on the basis of scientific information known at his time, Christ (Kher Sesheta), was in Egypt or “he was initiated into the mysteries.”
Issa is a non-Jew, an Egyptian priest from the time of the end of the Pharaonic civilization (thus a Copt), initiated miracle worker (that is to say, healer, miracle worker) of the Kher Sesheta grade (Guardian of mysteries) who went from the Nile Valley to Palestine to spread those doctrines of peace, fraternity and love related to the worship of Isis and Osiris in Jewish circles.
While moving, the message of Isa (Issa) and his companions led to the birth of communities and insiders brotherhoods in the Nile Valley and even in Palestine, Syria, etc … Sarwat anis al Assiouty in the second volume of his book Compared Research on early Christianity and early Islam, page 117 says that: “According to the great Arabic dictionaries which, given their wealth, allow us, by parallel, to reconstruct Aramaic, the follower of Isa is called Isawiyy or Isiyy to pronounce ‘Issawi,’ Issi, plural accusative: ‘Issiyyin. The singular form, ‘Issawi, is adopted by Philon when speaking of Essaioi. Josephus, on the contrary, is inspired by the plural ‘Issiyyin in some passages on Essenois. This is the sect of the Essenes, close to the Qumran sect near the Dead Sea, which lived its final phase in the first century AD (current Era), also close to the therapists sect (healers) of Egypt, mentioned by Philo in the book From the contemplative life, and that Eusebius attests that they are Christians. “
Sarwat Anis al Assiouty says in this passage that the antiquity authors’ testimonies like Philo of Alexandria (in Apology of Jews), or Flavius Josephus (in Jewish Antiquities) or Eusebius (in in the second volume of his book Ecclesiastical History), show that there existed several communities of followers of the teachings of Issa, as the Essenes (name formed from the name of Issa, as Assiouty shows) Therapists of Egypt, etc … and that those groups already had several rites and practices we found later in Christianity.
What is the common point between all those groups of Issa’s followers? Well the common point between those insiders groups of Issa is that these initiatory movements had all existed centuries before the official birth of Jesus (Yehoshuah) and before the birth of movements called Christians.
What does that mean? Well it means that Issa is not Jesus (Yehoshuah). Issa is not Yehoshuah (Jesus) because:
Issa is not Jewish, but Egyptian whereas Yehoshuah (Jesus) is Galilean Jew, born in Bethlehem, and from Nazareth (hence the name Jesus of Nazareth).
Issa was not born and did not live in the same era as Yehoshuah, since he lived several centuries before the beginning of the current era, the beginning of the supposed era of the birth of Jesus the Messiah.
Issa is an initiate of the Mysteries grade porter (Kher Sesheta) whose existence is attested. Now Jesus of Nazareth is presented as Anointed (hence the title of Christ) according to the official version, whose existence is not confirmed.
Etc … ..
Issa and his companions are not Jesus and his disciples. Issa and his companions lived, existed and founded communities many centuries before the beginning of the current era (which marks the birth of the founder of Christianity and the official Christian history). Issa and his companions were therefore not Christians.It is the same for the communities born of his teaching (Essenes, therapists, etc. …)
But who were the early followers of Issa? Well, since Issa came from Egypt, his first companions and followers were Egyptian from the period of the end of the Pharaonic civilization, in other words they are those who are Copts today. Coptic traditions contrary to what is taught formally thus preceded Jesus and Christianity several centuries before. That is why the Copts are called first Christians at the historical level. But calling them Christians (within the meaning of Christianity) is a misnomer because they have never identified themselves as Christians in their writings. And since their traditions preceded Jesus and Christianity several centuries before, it means that the first Copts were not really Christians, but as it was said above, people who spread the worship of Isis.
But those Egyptian worships were misunderstood, considered pagan and rejected in the teachings of the Jews. This can be seen in some parts of the text of Jeremiah (Chapter 7 verse 18, chapter 44, verses 17 to 19, and 25) for example, where there are attacks against the one who is called the Queen of Heaven (one of the names of Isis). Thus, when Issa and his companions spread their message in Palestine and in Jewish circles and created communities, they entered into conflict with the Jewish authorities. Issa himself was persecuted, tortured and die (not on a cross). And the communities of his followers who came after him were persecuted as over time, until the first centuries of the current era.
Some evidence suggests that the Pharisee Saul of Tarsus (later Paul) himself was a persecutor of the followers of Issa. Indeed, the Essene communities existed in his time in Damascus in other words, in Roman times, in the first century of the current era. Now, the biblical accounts (Acts of the Apostles Chapter 9, verses 1 to 3) show Saul of Tarsus on the road to Damascus in pursuit of communities called “Christians” in the biblical text.
The term “Christian” is a term coined from the word Christ, and Christ is actually a Greek deformation of the Egyptian term Kher Sesheta (guardian of the mysteries), and has nothing to do with the meaning “Anointed” we give it at the origin.
So it may actually be the Essenes of Damascus that Paul was about to hunt down and persecute, if we cross-check this biblical passage with historical data.
This means that most of those who are officially called “early Christians” who were persecuted, martyred and tortured were not really Christians but insiders of the worship of Isis from those communities formed following the Isis teaching of Issa the Kher Sesheta.
Let us recall that according to scientific data there is no certain proof of the historical existence of a Jewish character named Jesus Christ. It seems that the Pharaonic traditions prevalent at that time in the ancient world as a mystery cults (especially the worship of Isis) and tradition of Issa have inspired Saul of Tarsus (later Paul) and those who built the character of Yehoshuah (Jesus), writing the Gospel and building the dogmas of Christianity in the first centuries of the current era (several centuries after the life and death of Issa). This can be noticed because like Issa, the biblical figure of Jesus of the canonical Gospels was presented as Christ, a miracle worker (maker of healings and miracles), who had companions, who preached peace and was persecuted and killed at a moment.
The same Bible (Matthew 2.13 to 15) presents Jesus Christ Jew as someone who did not take shelter in Bethlehem, his birthplace in the Bible, but rather in Egypt as a child with his parents to escape persecution. As we can see, the biblical text editors despite their efforts have not managed to erase the Egyptian track. Today it is in the sands of Egypt that are the oldest discoveries in the Christian question.
Some passages from the writings of ancient authors seem to confirm this. Celsus example (quoted by Origen in his book, “Contra Celsum”) seemed to know the tradition and history of Issa. Obviously he knew that most of the things attributed to Jesus the Jew were actually things in Egyptian tradition. Some passages from Origen’s book “Contra Celsum” quoting Celsus describe this Jesus of the Gospels in these terms:
“… His family was poor, Jesus was sent to look for work in Egypt; and when he was there, he acquired some magical powers that the Egyptians boasted of having “(I, 38, SC, No. 132, p 180.)
This passage presents Jesus the Jewish Christ of the Gospels as someone who went to be initiated to some “magical powers” known by the Egyptians, which shows that people of the time suspected that the themes, sermons , miracles and healings, etc. attributed to Jesus in the Jewish Bible, had a link with Egypt, and that even the Church Fathers (Origen here in the first centuries of the current era) had problems to prove the existence and authenticity of a Jewish character named Jesus Christ, who would have done miracles by revelation or divine inspiration.
The Talmud of the Jews also associates the image of Christ with that of a sorcerer, magician and conjurer of demons, who brought Egypt magic spells, mystical and sorcery.
Today it is with these same terms (sorcerers, magicians, etc ..) that insiders, healers etc. … holding the initiatory knowledge are qualified in Africa.
In light of all this information that show the true tradition of Christ is a Pharaonic tradition origin (Kher Sesheta), how to understand the journey of a person who was born, lived, died, resurrected, ascended into heaven, etc… according to the authentic negro tradition (that is to say that of the Nile)?
Well the journey of a person who was born, lived, died, resurrected, ascended into heaven, etc., it is the path of Osiris, the normal course of the life cycle of our ancestors. This is the normal course for any human being, any insider, and any person living under the laws of Maat. This is the path to becoming a senior insider, a deified ancestor, an Osiris (that is to say justified ancestor), simply. This course (birth, death resurrection, etc ..) is therefore not the person who makes such a journey messiah or savior, etc …
It means that for his followers, Issa is considered as a follower of Maat, which has made him become a justified deified ancestor (that is to say, a Osiris). But unlike Issa the Egyptian, the initiate (Kher Sesheta) and the promoter initiation master of the worship of Isis, Jesus Christ is a Jew who is presented as the messiah and savior not only of the Jews but also for all humankind because he is presented as having made this journey, and the phase of this journey that mostly seemed to interest Paul and Christianity later, is the phase of the resurrection. That is why Paul says in I Corinthians chapter 15, verses 13 to 14, that: “If there is no resurrection of the dead, not even Christ has been raised; and if Christ is not risen, then our preaching is vain, your faith also is vain.”
That means for Paul that what matters above all, is not the message and the actions of his preached Christ, but the resurrection. For Paul, if there is no resurrection of Christ, it is useless to believe in Christ.
But if there is no certain historical trace of the existence of the Jewish Christ of the Gospels, in what interest did the original Jewish Pharisee Paul preach a Jewish Christ, messiah savior of humankind through his resurrection? This is a question that should be asked.
At the time of Paul and even after him, it was in the Roman period. Thus Palestine, Egypt, Northern Africa, and many parts of Europe were dominated and controlled by the Roman Empire. It should be remembered that the ones that literature officially called “early Christians” who were persecuted, tortured and martyred were insiders of those rites and cults of pharaonic origin from those communities formed following the teachings Issa. The Nile valley is the base, the center from which spread the worship of Isis, Issa and his companions, etc …, so Egypt and its children of that period (the Copts) paid the high price, the Roman persecutions and that led to the greatest number of martyrs. In other words, there were many Copts (Egyptians) among those tortured, martyred under the Roman persecutions against those known as early Christians.This is how Issa’s followers from Egypt were looking like (the Copts), who were promoting and disseminating the worship of Isis worldwide.
Those followers of the worship of Isis were popular and despite all the persecutions. And this is normal for how to dislike people who help the poor, the sick, the poor, people who struggle for peace, love and justice? Given the significant popularity of that worship, it became a strategic and political issue more important to the Roman power. Hence the need at a particular moment for Rome to officially create the new religion of the Roman Empire: Christianity.
When Christianity officially was born as the official religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century with Emperor Constantine, the first traditions of the first communities of Issa’s followers (eg Coptic traditions, etc ..) were declared apocryphal ( that is to say to hide), heretics, and banned from councils. The Roman emperors ordered the closure or progressive destruction of pharaonic origin temples in Egypt itself (temples of worship of Isis and Osiris) and throughout the Roman Empire, and their replacement with Christian churches in charge to impose to everyone willingly or by force the figure of Jesus Christ, the Jewish Messiah and Savior of all humankind invented by Saul of Tarsus (aka St. Paul). The last temple of Isis in Egypt was closed by the Roman Emperor Justinian in the 6th century of the current era.
The original communities of Issa’s followers, son of Isis, persecuted before the official birth of Christianity in the fourth century, and since they were still persecuted, treated as heretics, etc … after the birth of Christianity, were therefore obliged to syncretize their original traditions with Christianity and the imaginary figure of Jesus the Messiah, or else they would disappear. Their descendants are known as Orthodox Christians today. They are found in Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, and also in the Near East (Eastern Christians), and even in Russia. The term “Orthodox” etymologically means: right opinion, true opinion. This means that the Orthodox, as descendants of the first original communities, are those who (despite the syncretism due to persecution and violence that their ancestors suffered) somehow kept the original doctrines, true doctrines from original communities of the first communities Issa’s followers.
Finally we leave you with this quote from Sarwat Anis al Assiouty in the second volume of his book titled: Comparative Research on early Christianity and early Islam, page 64:
“it is the worship of Isis that prepared, on the universal level, the path to Christianity …. Wherever Christianity has penetrated, the worship of Isis was preceded by a few centuries …. ”
That is why when Christianity appeared, the humanist worship of love, peace of charity (that is to say, the worship of Isis), was forced to disappear.
Since Christianity has plagiarized the worship of Isis (the reason why this religion is about love, peace and charity, humanism), one understands better why it has existed still exists lots and lots of Christian places of worship dedicated to the Virgin (Black Madonna, Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Paris, etc ..) across the world, and why there is a significant attachment to the image of the Virgin, for it is the image of that woman and her child which is the foundation on which the Christian edifice was built later on.
Since Christianity is not coming from Judaism but is a plagiarism of the worship of Isis, it is also better understand why there is not continuity in the Bible, but two different visions of God who are in opposition: the first is the image of Yahweh, the Jewish God, warrior, jealous, accompanying his people (the people of Israel) in struggles and massacres, and helps to crush his enemies. The second image is that of the Christian God of love, tenderness, peace, mercy, who loves all humans, tenderly, the way a mother loves her children.
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