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The Egyptian Triad in Masonry
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Originally, at the time of the formation of Masonry, there were two competing civilizations.  In the Garden of Eden, located in the Nile River Valley and Palestine (on the west of the Great Rift Jordon River Valley), was God's Kingdom which taught a resurrection and future judgment and that man was made in the image of God.  It's Nemesis was Satan's Kingdom in the Mesopotamia Valley where Cain's lineage set up shop.  They were a little loathe to embrace a future judgment so they entertained a fantasy world that continues to this day embracing, as it did, reincarnation, evolution and some type of Androgyn experiences which viewed the human race as no more than glorified monkeys. 

 

Every culture on the planet originated from one of these two, diametrically opposed, civilizations - the great war of the seeds that continues to this day, in one form or another, and first mentioned in Genesis.

 

Some, apostate (33*) Masons say reincarnation has always been a part of Masonry however, this is clearly countered by the process of mummification that existed in Egypt from its beginnings.  One of these geniuses replied that you don't mummify a corpse to put it in the ground (implying the Egyptians embraced his reincarnation) to which I reply, "no, genius, you put it in a billion dollar pyramid" with its own natural air conditioning that keeps the body in a high state of preservation for thousands of years.  Clear it up any for ya?  Interestingly enough, the Egyptologists are having a hard time finding all of these bodies for some strange and unknown reason.  Gee, you don't suppose they were, like, resurrected, do ya?

 

Anyways, because Masonry and Christianity originated, one way or another, in Egypt, they have been accused of stealing various Pagan religious practices from Egypt however, this charge is ignorant and unwarranted as the God of the ancient Egyptians is also the God of Masonry and Christianity (and Judaism), which can be clearly seen in the ancient Egyptian (and Mesopotamian, interestingly enough) teaching on the Creator as a Triad - one God, three Personages.



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The Egyptologists are at a loss when it comes to understanding the overall picture of Pre-Dynastic Egypt, being hindered by the blinders that they, studiously, refuse to remove (evolutionary biology, etc.) which keeps them from piecing together all the various pottery puzzles from that time period.

 

There are several factors involved which only serve to muddy the primordial waters, none of which, due to said blinders, the 'experts' take into account.  Namely, the Creation itself (relegated to mere animalistic and pantheistic metaphor at best), the fall, the death of Able, the first battle for the Tree of Life, the invasion of this world (and probably large portions of Africa, if not Egypt itself) by the fallen angels from their home world (Rahab, Tiamet, etc., not the city of Nibiru itself as Sitchin had it) bringing with them, no doubt, their own angelic language and writing system, the micronova induced Pole Shift and global devastation (which resulted in the rapid desertification of Egypt in 3K BC called the Piorra Oscillation) resulting in an invasion of the Nile valley of refugees and a subsequent second invasion by Mesopotamians at the second battle for the Tree of Life (in which they cannibalistically, sacrificed many of the First Dynasty Royals), the global flood (2516 BC) and, finally, the confusion of the tongues at Babylon which was probably worse than all the previous events combined as far as the effect it had on the understanding of Egyptian Hieroglyphs is concerned.

 

Now, with all that said, there are a couple of principles of interpretation that we can utilize to start piecing together this broken Mosaic.  The first is that, even though there are four main creation accounts in Egypt, they are not contradictory but complimentary.  My case law example is the two creation accounts in Genesis, one of which is the eyewitness account of the Angel who was allowed to see creation from the beginning of this solar system (if not the entire universe) and the other is Adam's eyewitness account (P.J. Wiseman's Ancient Records and the Structure of Genesis proves these are all eyewitness accounts).  Adam's account, obviously, picks up from a different point in the creation process and tells his side of the story which is different from the Angel's account but not contradictory.

 

This, not-with-standing that some of the God's are called by different names.  The case law example for this principle is Hagar who called Y'hava, "He who sees me."  This, like Jacob, implies that some names may be the result of Theophanies that occurred at various locations throughout Egypt of the same God's.  That this is the case is indicated by the fact that there was no indication of strife between the Gods in the Hieroglyphic record (Myth. of all races, Vol. 12, Muller).  Further, animalism and pantheism was not original to this system of belief either (ibid).  Thus, when two God's were assimilated, it does not necessarily mean it wasn't the same God with two names (the best example of this, by Muller himself, is Min and Amin) describing multiple experiences with the same God.

 

A final factor that needs to be considered is that we are dealing with a very early form of the Trinity (Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, Japan, Armenia all taught a Trinity), complete with Incarnate and Nonincarnate names and characteristics of the same God(s) as is indicated by the Hieroglyph for 'Gods' itself which is three flags waving in a single breeze.  This is why Coptic Christians told John Mark that he had restored to them the True Faith.  They would know being the experts in Egyptian Hieroglyphics and Trinitarian Theology.  It took the church, roughly, three hundred years to understand the Trinity as we have it in the Cardinal Doctrines today (Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Trinity, Triunity, Incarnation, Hypostatic Union, Deity of the Son and Holy Spirit, etc).

 

What we have in Egypt is the original process just after the Creation and, further, this may be compounded by the Incarnation of the Father and the Holy Spirit along with the Son and the Apotheosis of the Angel (who is humanity clothed with divinity), who takes on forms of Divinity and thus you have a Theological Revelation of magnificant proportions and we are left, 6,000 years later, to try and work out the thought processes of these early Theologians.

 

To say the least, the Egyptologists have no business making statements that the Egyptian Triad is not to be equated with the Christian Trinity (when even one of their own makes that very connection - David Silverman, Ancient Egypt) especially since the Church came out of Israel whose cradle had been the Nile River Valley.  So, we have statements that Horus is both the Father and Son of Osiris (Myth. of all Races, Muller, Vol. 12) which is similar to Y'shua's statement about being the (physical) Root and Offspring of David.  Ptah, Amin and Osiris were all Cosmic Gods, in the sense that they were the embodiment  of Creation which is also true of the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.  All were solarized (i.e. originally the sun was a symbol of them) which Y'shua claimed as a symbol for himself.  "Coming forth from Yesterday" is echoed thousand of years later by Malachi who said Y'shua's coming forth had been from of old, from Everlasting.  The Logos is the Word of Ptah and the Wisdom the Writing of Thoth a symbol of the Holy Spirit and one begins to see that, in fact, the ancient Egyptians were describing the Trinity and trying to understand it the same as the Church and, even  the same as we do today in our own relationship with Him with whom we have to do.

 

Now, the first (oldest) Creation Account is of Ptah (origins of Paternal - Father) at Memphis who spoke creation and is connected to the Apis Bull.  The second is of Khemnu and dealt with Thoth (and Amon - Son) God of Wisdom and Knowledge and goes into the Void, Waters, Darkness and Secrets centered at Thebes.  The third is of Khnum at Elephantine and talks of the Creator fashioning Man (the Angel) like a Potter.  The Forth (which is actually the first as far as its geographical location in the Nile Delta) is Atum and Osiris from Heliopolis (On - the Glory of the Sun - Holy Spirit).

 

Each of those locations was important to one of the members of the Triad and Elephantine was where Osiris originally hung out and he described the Creation of Man just as the first Creation account in the Scriptures. 

 

 

 

 



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