According to Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochanan in African Origins Of The Major Western Religions, the origins of Christianity date all the way back to Ancient Egypt’s Nile Valley Kemetic Civilization and its Kemetic Spirituality mystery system.
In order for the origins of Christianity in Ancient Egypt’s Kemetic Spirituality mystery system to be appreciated, we must consider the stages at which Egypt played a crucial role in the development of Christianity, starting with the role of Ancient Egypt in the creation of Judaism’s Torah also referred to as the Old Testament in the Christian Bible.
The Egyptian Origins Of Judaism
The Torah or Old Testament is proof of the Egyptian Origins of Christianity.
According to the Torah and Old Testament of the Bible, the Israelite Sons of Jacob entered Egypt to escape famine.
The Israelites lived in Ancient Egypt for approximately 400 Years according to The Book Exodus, and during the period of their stay in Egypt, the Israelite population expanded from 70 to 600 000.
Although its still contested, its generally considered that Ramses II, Ruler of Egypt’s 19th Dynasty is the Pharaoh of Exodus.
If this is indeed the case, then Dr Ben suggests that the reasonable conclusion that would follow from the above is that the 70 Israelites who entered Egypt were exposed to an already old and well established Civilization in Egypt.
It is also likely that the ideas of the Ancient Egyptian mystery system would influence the Hebrews in the development of their own Religion which would later become known as Judaism.
In support of the argument of the Egyptian origins of Judaism, Dr Ben points to the fact that certain key elements of the Torah like the 10 Commandments and the concept of Monotheism itself already existed in Ancient Egypt more than 5000 years before the Israelites set foot in Ancient Egypt.
For instance, the 10 Commandments are a summary of the 42 Laws Of Maat which can be found in the Egyptian Book Of The Dead whilst the concept of Monotheism was already part of the Ancient Egyptian Mystery system.
From this perspective, the story of Moses told in the Torah and the new Religion that comes out of the events detailed in the Old Testament is in essence a story of how Moses and the Israelites copied and adapted the Laws and Beliefs of the Ancient Egyptian mystery system to proclaim Judaism on Mt Sinai.
As such, the Origins of Christianity lie in Egypt because the tenets of the Old Testament itself originates in Egypt.
The Egyptian Origins Of The New Testament
The origins of Christianity in the Egyptian mystery system can also be seen in the teachings of Christianity in the New Testament.
For example, the concept of ‘Christ’ is derived from Ancient Egypt’s Ausarian Religion Resurrection Myth which involved the first and most Ancient Holy Trinity made up of the Egyptian Neters Ausar (Osiris), Auset (Isis) and Heru (Horus) who was the first child born out of an Immaculate Conception.
From this perspective, the Egyptian Origins of Christianity are evident in the concepts that form the foundation of the Christian Faith such as the Resurrection and Immaculate Conception which were already part of the Ancient Egyptian Mystery System more than 5 000 years before the first Israelites stepped into Egypt seeking refuge from Famine.
The origins of Christianity lie in the Ancient Civilization of Egypt which gave the Israelites refuge from Famine and exposed the Israelites to the array of Ancient Egyptian Religious concepts and ideas that would go on to provide the Moral and Theological foundations of both Judaism and Christianity.
The roots of Christianity thus lie in the Ancient Egyptian mystery system that influenced Christianity which had been in existence for more than 5000 years before both the Torah and New Testament existed and the evidence of Christianity’s Egyptian Origins remains recorded in the Pyramid Texts of Ancient Egypt for posterity.