Europe’s Black Madonnas symbolise the Mother and Child the Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception story from Ancient Egypt’s Ausarian Religion which originated in the Nile Valley in Pre-Colonial Africa.
The Black Madonnas of Europe therefore signify evidence of the Origins of Christianity in Ancient Egypt and also the early African presence in Medieval Europe.
Black Madonnas: As Signifying The Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception
In support of the theory that Black Madonnas symbolise the Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception, its interesting to note that the Notre Dame Basilica in Paris was built directly over an old Temple of the Egyptian Deity Isis.
Isis is the Greek name for the Ancient Egyptian Deity Auset, who according to Ancient Egypt’s Ausarian Religion was the first Deity in History to give birth to a Child Heru (Horus) Fathered by the Deity Ausar (Osiris) through an Immaculate Conception.
The Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception story was later mirrored in the Christian story of the birth of Jesus Christ by the Virgin Mother Mary revealing the significance of the Black Madonnas in symbolising the mother and child from the Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception myth.
For this reason, the Black Madonnas of Europe symbolise the original Immaculate Conception story of the First Holy Trinity from the Ausarian First Christ Myth that is the source of the Christian story of the Immaculate Conception of Jesus Christ represented by the Black Madonna Image.
Examples Of Europe’s Black Madonnas
The following is a list of Black Madonnas spread throughout Europe which may reveal that the Black Madonna symbolises the Immaculate Conception story from Ancient Egypt.
Poland’s Our Girl of Jasna Gora in the Jasna Gora abbey at Czestochowa is one of the world’s most important Black Madonnas.
This Black Madonna may have been discovered in Jerusalem and since the 14th Century it has been kept in a Shrine at the Jasna Gora Monastery in Poland.
France has the most Black Madonnas in the world numbering at least 300, with one of the most iconic French Black Madonnas being kept at a Shrine in the Town of Chartres.
La Negre, the Black Madonna of Montpellier is also another one of the remarkable French Black Madonnas, and legend has it that in the past She has saved Montpellier from natural disasters like plague.
Last but not least of the French Black Madonnas is Our Lady of Le Puy.
History records that Pope Urban II prepared for the First Crusade at Le Puy and Joan of Arc even reportedly sent her Knights, mother and two siblings to Le Puy to pray.
Meanwhile in Russia, the Black Madonna of Kazan played a crucial role in that Country’s historic battle with Napoleon at Borodino.
In addition, the Black Madonna of Kazkan is supposed to have inspired the Russian Mystic Rasputin.
Its also notable that the Kremlin in Moscow also has two Black Madonna on display.
These are just a few examples of the Black Madonnas spread throughout Europe more of which can be found in Switzerland, Belgium, Italy and Germany.
Conclusion: Black Madonnas As Symbol Of The Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception
Egyptian Auset & Heru Black Madonna
In the final analysis, Black Madonnas symbolise the Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception of the Child Heru (Horus) by Auset (Isis) which was adopted by the early Christian Church.
The reason the Black Madonnas are shown as Black reveals that the Black Madonnas reflect that the characters from the original Ancient Egyptian Immaculate Conception Myth were portrayed as Black in Ancient Egyptian Sculptures, and this tradition is reflected in the Black Madonnas seen in Europe today.