posted on Mar, 11 2009 @ 10:21 AM
- In ancient Egypt the family was important.
Its importance is demonstrated in part through the many references to the family in a variety of texts and documents, numerous depictions of it in
statues and paintings, and the large number of familial relationships among the gods and goddesses. A representation of an elite family, with a
father, a mother, and children, usually portrays the father as the largest figure, and therefore the most important. The mother, who is generally
smaller, stands or sits beside him, and the two often embrace or hold hands. Children, if at all present, are much smaller and off to the side.
Representations of royalty are more formal, depicting the pharaoh and his wife or, rarely, the pharaoh and his son.
During the reign of Akhenaton, however, the pharaoh and his wife appear with their daughters.
- Pharaohs sometimes had more than one wife.
Jesus will be having more than wife and every wife have a deferent story and wisdom.
They will convert many chapters from the Scriptures & Quraan to their side by lie.
And many things & combined similar evidences will be used for their lies about the fabricated cult for example the Christmas tree, some info from
Encyclopedia Britannica about: The Christmas pyramid and the paradise tree had merged, becoming the Christmas tree. The use of evergreen trees,
wreaths, and garlands to symbolize eternal life was a custom of the ancient Egyptians, Chinese, and Hebrews. Tree worship was common among the pagan
Europeans and survived their conversion to Christianity in the Scandinavian customs of decorating the house and barn with evergreens at the New Year
to scare away the devil and of setting up a tree for the birds during Christmastime; it survived further in the custom, also observed in Germany, of
placing a Yule tree at an entrance or inside the house during the midwinter holidays. The modern Christmas tree, though, originated in western
Germany. The main prop of a popular medieval play about Adam and Eve was a “paradise tree,” a fir tree hung with apples that represented the
Garden of Eden. The Germans set up a paradise tree in their homes on December 24, the religious feast day of Adam and Eve. They hung wafers on it
(symbolizing the host, the Christian sign of redemption); in a later tradition the wafers were replaced by cookies of various shapes. Candles,
symbolic of Christ, were often added. In the same room was the “Christmas pyramid,” a triangular construction of wood that had shelves to hold
Christmas figurines and was decorated with evergreens, candles, and a star. By the 16th century the Christmas pyramid and the paradise tree had
merged, becoming the Christmas tree.
Symbolism untying lies:
Jean François Champollion (1790-1832), French Egyptologist and founder of modern scientific Egyptology. In 1821 he began his attempt to decipher
Egyptian hieroglyphs. Champollion and the Italian archaeologist Ippolito Rosellini codirected a scientific expedition to Egypt in 1824. Upon their
return, the first chair of Egyptian antiquities at the Collège de France was created for Champollion, and he became a member of the French
The deciphering of the Egyptian hieroglyphic writing on the Rosetta stone was Champollion greatest achievement and enabled him to work out the grammar
and compile a dictionary of the ancient Egyptian language. Champollion many writings include Summary of the Hieroglyphic System of the Ancient
Egyptians (1824) and the Egyptian Grammar (1836-1841) and Egyptian Dictionary (1842-1843).
Actually Jean François Champollion is not the first Egyptologist and founder of modern scientific Egyptology.
To beware the first man who did it is (A. B. Abu Bekr or Baker Wahshih or Ebn-Wahshiah).