The African origins of Christmas

The themes of the Birth of the Son of God found in Christianity, are themes which originated from Africa, in the Nile Valley.

In ancient Egypt, the son of God, the divine child (that is Horus) was king, that is to say, Pharaoh. And for our ancestors all power comes from God. To exercise royal power and to be king is a sacred function.

The Pharaoh was therefore the divine child, the son of God, the child chosen and sent by God to guide the people, as a king.                                                

Aïsata (Isis) and Horo (Horus) or the queen mother and the divine child (ie the child king or the Pharaoh).

Thus, the spiritual and divine filiation of the king was recounted on the walls and frescoes during the Pharaonic era. And the stages of the divine birth here in these drawings are for example reproductions of the scenes of the divine birth of the Pharaoh Hatshepsut, the most influential woman of antiquity, and the most powerful black woman in human history :

The Creator (Imana / Amon / Amen) becomes aware of the future woman he has chosen to bring forth the divine child, the future king. He becomes acquainted with the future queen mother, the queen mother being the incarnation of Aïsata (Isis). In the tradition, Aïsata is the virgin mother who gave birth to Horo (Horus), the divine child who must take power. This is represented here by this scene where we see Imana (God) with the double feather holding the hand of Djehuty (Thoth), which is one of his forms, and which embodies science and divine knowledge.
Imana sitting in front of the one who has to be pregnant (here, Queen Yahmesu, mother of Hatshepsut), spiritually unites Himself to her and breathes the life of the new divine child into her, so that the new king may be born. The woman is thus fertilized by divine intervention.
Imana will mobilize his creative energies to shape the child in his mother’s womb
The Creator – here in his totemic form of the ram and through his male and female principles – models the child physically and spiritually in the womb of his mother. The physical and spiritual entities of the child are symbolized by this double and identical human form on which the Creator acts. The ram therefore models his child the lamb. This is why Pharaoh is the lamb of God.
The creator sends one of his manifestations (here Djehuty) to announce to the woman in question that she was chosen by the Creator to give birth to the son of God, the divine child (ie Pharaoh).
The future mother of the future king is visited and taken to the place of delivery.
The queen mother here at the center of the image gives birth to the divine child, the kingly child
The child is presented spiritually to the Creator, who blesses him
The king child is also presented physically and spiritually to the ancestors, he undergoes ceremonies, etc …

This is the complete plot of the divine birth of the son of God, of the Pharaoh, during the Pharaonic civilization.

Bust of Hatshepsut

Some of these scenes are found in the stages of the birth of the divine child of Christianity. Here are these scenes:

Scene 1: like Djehuty (Thoth) announcing to the future queen mother that she was chosen by God to give birth to the divine child (pharaoh), so the angel Gabriel (on the colored image) also announces to Mary that she was chosen by God to give birth to the future divine child of Christianity. Christianity calls this the annunciation.
Scene 2: The queen mother is visited and driven to the place of delivery. Mary and Elizabeth meet during a visit (colored image). This is called visitation in Christianity
Scene 3: The queen mother gives birth to the royal child, the divine child, the son of God (pharaoh). Mary in Christianity also does the same thing since she gives birth to the divine child, the son of God of Christianity. This is called the nativity in Christianity
Scene 4: The king child (the future Pharaoh) is presented to ancestors, etc. and undergoes ceremonies. In the same way the divine child in Christianity is presented by his parents to the elders of the temple and undergoes ceremonies. This is called temple presentation in Christianity

As we can see, Christianity was inspired by these scenes from the Pharaonic era to trace the story of the birth of his son of God. Another additional information on the original source of this divine birth comes from the book Nations Nègres et Cultures by Cheikh Anta Diop, where he tells us on page 145 that:

“Plutarch in Isis and Osiris relates that this last god was the first born of the five epagomenal days, as written by Moret, that is to say the 361st day of the year, which corresponds in view of the reform of the calendar to December 26th. Pope Julius I (4th Century) fixed the birth of Christ on December 25; but we know that Christ did not have a Civil Status, and no one knows his date of birth. What could have inspired Pope Julius I on the choice of this date, which is one day close to that of the birth of Osiris if it is not the Egyptian tradition perpetuated by the Roman calendar?

This becomes evident when one associates the idea of ​​a tree with the birth of Christ: all this would be eminently arbitrary if one did not know that Osiris was also the god of vegetation: he was sometimes even painted green in the image of this vegetation which rebirth he symbolized. Its symbol is a tree with cut branches, which was erected to announce the resurrection of plant life. There was therefore a very marked agrarian rite characterizing a sedentary society.

This vegetable symbol of Osiris was called Djed in Egyptian; in Wolof we have

Djed: standing, erect, straight planted …

Djed-Djed-aral: While standing (intensification of Djed)

Djan: vertical

Djen: a stake

Such, then, would be the far-off origin of the Christmas tree, and one sees again, going back in time, that more than one feature of Western civilization, whose origin has been forgotten, loses its unjustifiable character only if we attach it to its Negro-Egyptian stock. “

Usirey (Osiris), son of God, guardian of vegetation. He is here represented in green. Osiris here symbolizes the rebirth of plant life. When Osiris is in green he is always called vegetative Osiris. It is this link of vegetative Osiris (in Green because of nature and vegetation) which is at the origin of the Christmas tree. Osiris was celebrated once a year to announce the return of vegetation with the flood caused by the Nile. On that occasion, a tree was erected.

Christmas and most of the themes that are associated to it (son of God, Christmas tree, etc.), are elements that Christianity plagiarized and distorted from the Osirian traditions of Africans from the Nile Valley.

Aïsata Mari-Amen (Isis beloved by God), became Mary by the recovery of the Egyptian cult by the Romans.
This has been told in details here

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