DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that to this day, Amen-Ra's name is recited at the end of prayers in Muslim, Jewish and Christian religions? People by the droves give this Egyptian deity honor and they have NO idea!
After many years of dedicated unbiased research, the purpose of this information is to be a starting point or stepping stone for everyone beginning their journey down the path of truth. We DON’T claim to know everything but as we make time for YaHuWaH, we grow and will be guided by the RuWaCh of truth, “YaHuWShuWA”. Always do your own research and validate everything EVERYONE says. We DON’T want you to think like us, we just want you to think!
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Once again, we will reiterate the absolute, critical importance of 2 Timothy 2:15. When you humble yourself and allow YaHuWaH to open your eyes, your love for HIM causes you to seek the truth, UN-learn and RE-think EVERYTHING you have been conditioned by tradition to believe in the organized, Babylonian, Christian churches. Saying the word "AMeN" (and NOT AMaN H359 properly pronounced "Ah-Mah-N" in ABaRiY / Hebrew) after a prayer, is just another way the masses are giving reverence to a pagan deity. Sadly, Christians have NO IDEA how deep and how vast the ocean of lies and deceptions of the devil goes! As always, we encourage people to do their OWN unbiased research, study, and then go ask their pastors questions, because THEIR very soul is at stake!
The Theban Triad: Amen, Mut and Khons
(AKA Amon or Amun), Mut and Khonsu
Amen (AKA Amon or Amun, who's name means,"The Hidden One") is one of the main deities in Egyptian mythology. Worship of this deity spread to Greece, Syria and most of those surroundings regions. Amen, his wife Mut, and their son, Khonsu, represented the Theban Triad, the sacred family of Thebes. Amen was the “King of the gods” during the period of the New Kingdom (Egypt 1550-1070 B.C.E.) when Thebes was the capitol of Egypt. It is during this period that the Israelites (Negro / ABaRiY) were slaves in Egypt because of their disobedience unto YaHuWaH. While in captivity, the Israelites were forced to build spiritual fortification statues and lavish temples in Egypt. During their 400 years of slavery, the Negros lost their true heritage, forgot the true name of their ALaHiYM, "YaHuWaH", and fell deep into Egyptian paganism. Their epic exodus required a 40 year cleansing period in the wilderness, before they could enter the "Promised Land" of YaShRAL (or Israel which is H3478 and means "to fight for ALaHiYM who prevails"). During the exodus of Egypt, the Israelites built a golden calf idol, and this proves that the Negros also carried out with them the blemishes and pagan traditions of Amen worship. Here in the present, we see that this pagan seed HAS NEVER been uprooted to this day!
According to ‘The Concise Columbia Encyclopedia’, Columbia University Press. Copyright © 1991 by Columbia University Press:
Amon (â´men, ä´-)
or Ammon (à´men) or Amen (ä´mèn), ancient Egyptian deity. Originally the chief
god of Thebes, Amon grew increasingly important in Egypt, and eventually, as
Amon Ra, he was identified with RA as the supreme deity. He was also identified
with the Greek ZEUS (the Roman JUPITER). (Ed.: Jupiter
or ‘Zues-Pater’ – ‘Zeus our father’).
YaHuWaH Smites Pagan gods!
Many Christians are never taught that there were 10 plagues against Egypt. Some think it was just because YaHuWaH kept on bringing them down until Pharaoh let his people go, but that is incorrect.
ShaMuWTh 12:12 "Exodus"
12 For I will pass through the land of Egypt this night, and will smite all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast; and against ALL the ALaHiYM's (gods in English) of Egypt I will execute judgment: I am YHWH
We read in ShaMuWTh (“names” in ABaRiY but translated to English as Exodus) that YaHuWaH brought down destruction because Egypt was worshiping false ALaHiYMs (gods or deities in English, "Mighty One or Ones" in ABaRiY / Hebrew). For anyone who wants to justify in their hearts that YaHuWaH is OK with false pagan worship, pagan traditions, that it’s ALWAYS ALL ABOUT love, THEIR heart, or what it means to THEM, take heed to ShaMuWTh 34:14-17 (Exodus)!
ShaMuWTh 34:14-17 “Exodus”
14 For thou shalt worship no other ALaHiYM: for YHWH, whose name (“ShaM” meaning reputation) is Jealous, is a jealous ALaHiYM:
15 Lest thou make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land, and they go a whoring after their ALaHiYMs, and do sacrifice unto their ALaHiYMs, and one call thee, and thou eat of his sacrifice;
16 And thou take of their daughters unto thy sons, and their daughters go a whoring after their ALaHiYMs, and make thy sons go a whoring after their ALaHiYMs.
17 Thou shalt make thee no molten ALaHiYMs.
These verses let people know what YaHuWaH REALLY thinks about other false ALaHiYM's, spiritual adultery against Him and pagan worship. Us in the truth know from historical and biblical research that there were many false ALaHiYM's back in the ancient times as well as today in our modern times. WE MUST be specific on who we call on, who we give our worship to and who we put our trust for salvation in (MaThaThiYaHuW 18:20 “Matthew” and ALaPh YaHuWChaNaN 3:23 “1 John”). Old Egyptian texts teach us that people regarded the SUN as the emblem of the Creator. Egyptians called the SUN"Ra", and all other ALaHiYMs / goddesses were forms of the Creator. One of these ALaHiYMs was Amen; a secret, hidden and mysterious ALaHiYM,named variously Amen, Amon, Amun, Ammon and Amounra. For the first eleven dynasties (c. 3000-1987 B.C.), Amen was just a minor ALaHiYM, but by the 17th dynasty (c. 1500 B.C.) he had been elevated to be the national ALaHiYM of southern Egypt. This position gave Amen the attributes and characteristics of the most ancient ALaHiYMs, and his name became Amen-Ra, that is a supreme form of ALaHiYM, the Creator.
Amen (Amun or Amon) was an ancient Egyptian deity, at first just a local deity worshiped in the area of Thebes. When the two kingdoms of Egypt united (early in Egyptian history), he grew in importance until he emerged as the chief deity. Amen means “that which cannot be seen,” for as a local deity Amen had been the ALaHiYM of the wind. Later, as the chief deity, he was considered king of the ALaHiYMs. As was often the case in Egyptian religion, this ALaHiYM was often combined with others, thus pleasing the worshipers of those deities. Especially effective was his combination with Ra, the SUN ALaHiYM. Ra was believed to be the father of all living things and the physical father of all the Pharaohs. In modern times, some extremists like the Afrikania Mission and others have rejected the CHRISTIAN ALaHiYM "JESUS", in favor of their ancient Egyptian deity, calling themselves “children of Amen-Ra.” There are other Egyptian names that have "Amen" in them, ex: Amenhotep
The Kemet (Egyptological pronunciation of consonants is what Egyptologists use when reading ancient Egyptian writings. The consonants in words are given fixed values, and vowels are inserted according to essentially arbitrary rules. Two consonants, ALaPh and AiYN, are generally pronounced /ɑː/. Yod is pronounced /iː/, w /uː/. Between other consonants, /ɛ/ is then inserted. Thus, for example, the name of an Egyptian king is most accurately transliterated as Rɛ-ms-sw and transcribed as "Ramesses"; it means "Ra has Fashioned (literally, "Borne") Him".
The act of one clasping their hands while praying is NOT at all exclusive to Christianity. In fact, nearly all major religions, including pagans clasp their hands in like fashion while praying to their ALaHiYMs (gods). Two hands placed firmly together, means please or thank you in Japanese culture. In the Jewish culture, the Talmud states that “RaBa removed his cloak, and clasped his hands and prayed,” yet the written Torah of the ABaRiY people, does not command them to do so.
In 8th century BC, the people of Sumeria (i.e. Modern Day Iraq) were worshiping the SUN ALaHiYM Shamash. In the image below, we have a stone relief discovered in Iraq (ca. 1881 AD) of pagan priests performing religious worship of the sun ALaHiYM Shamash (notice the man clasping his hands). Here, we have possibly one of the earliest known records of hand clasping for religious purposes, roughly 800 years before the birth of YaHuWShuWA, being used in the pagan idol worship of elemental deities such as the sun and moon.
There are literally hundreds of pagan religious groups (Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, and Buddhists), who pray clasping their hands together, all except for one group.
This leaves us with the pagan religion of Christianity, here we find a different kind of hand gesture. This all too familiar modern day Christian gesture is performed by having the arms out, palms up or out position, and is apparently a classic pagan shared stance (Druidy, Wiccans, New Age, Witchcraft, Occultism, etc).
What Does Scripture Say About Prayer
ShaMuWTh 4:31 "Exodus"
31 “and they believed. And when they heard that YHWH was concerned about them and had seen their misery, they bowed down and worshiped.”
2 Chronicles 20:18
18 “And YaHuWShaPhaT (Jehoshaphat) bowed his head with his face to the ground: and all YaHuWDaH and the inhabitants of YaRuWShaLaM (Jerusalem) fell before YHWH, worshiping YHWH.”
MaThaThiYaHuW 26:39 "Matthew"
39 YaHuWShuWA made this same pose the night of his arrest, “And he went a little farther, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt.”
9 “Wherefore ALaHiYM also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name:
10 That at the name of YaHuWShuWA every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;
11 And that every tongue should confess that YaHuWShuWA MaShiYaCh is Master, to the glory of ALaHiYM the Father.”
MaChaZaH 5:14 "Revelation"
14 “And the four beasts said, AMaN. And the four and twenty elders fell down and worshiped him that liveth for ever and ever.”
NO where in scripture (including the written TaNaK) does it command us to claps our hands together when we pray (MaThaThiYaHuW 6:1-13 "Matthew" and Luke 11:1-13), but we understand most of the traditions of today came from captivity. When people are conditioned by tradition, they often do things they just don't understand. Traditions are passed down from generation to generation, family to family and no one challenges it, because they assume it’s correct because their parents and grandparents did it and they hold them in high regard.
Various uses in religion:
For Jews, Amen is also an acronym for El Melech Ne'eman, which means "Mighty, Faithful King".
Muslims use Amen (Amin or Ameen) in the same way as Christians and Jews, even though the word does not appear in the Qur'an. Muslims say it after reciting Surah al-Fatihah, after completing their prayers, at the end of letters, etc.
Buddhists and Hindus
Many Buddhists and Hindus also use Amen at the end of prayers and as concurrence in the same way as the other religions.
The Jews settled in Egypt for around 400 years from 1847 B.C. and during this sojourn, there is no doubt they would have been fully exposed to the worship of Amen-Ra. By the time of their exodus from EGYPT in 1447 B.C., Amen would certainly be in their language, even if it was not their ALaHiYM. It would be a word that had associations with reverence and majesty. Amen was seen as a powerful ALaHiYM and the name continued, out of context, as an exclamation or salutation; a classic example of language evolution. From the Jews, the word was adopted by CHRISTIANS, Muslims and others. So, Amen was originally the name of a Pagan deity, who was considered a form of the true Creator YHWH "YaHuWaH".
Amen-Ra or Amon-Ra
1. a god in whom Amen and Ra were combined: the god of the universe and the supreme Egyptian god during the period of Theban political supremacy.
definitions for Amen-Ra
1. the sun-god; the principal deity during the period of Theban hegemony
RA in ABaRiY (aka Hebrew)
ra - H7451 - רע (these Hebrew letters "רע" to English consonants is "AR" or "RA")
bad, disagreeable, malignant, unpleasant, evil, giving pain, unhappiness, misery, displeasing, unkind, distress, injury
raa - H7489 - רעע (these Hebrew letters "רעע" to English consonants is "AAR" or "RAA")
to be displeasing, to be injurious, be evil, to be wicked, to do an injury or hurt, to be broken, be broken in pieces, be broken asunder
ETYMOLOGY WORD ORIGIN
Notice that the ETYMOLOGY says the Greek word "amen", is from Hebrew word "amen". Lets take a look at what the concordance's says;
amen H543 - אמן (these Hebrew letters "אמן" to English consonants is "NMA " or "AMN") = AMaN
Part of Speech: adverb
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-mane')
Short Definition: Amen
Blue Letter Bible
amen- H543 - אמן (these Hebrew letters "אמן" to English consonants is "NMA " or "AMN") = AMaN
Phonetic Spelling: ä·mān'
Meaning: verily, truly, amen, so be it
From or Root: H539
aman - H539 - אמן (these Hebrew letters "אמן" to English consonants is "NMA " or "AMN") = AMaN
Phonetic Spelling: ä·mān'
Meaning: to support, confirm, be faithful,uphold, nourish, made firm, sure, lasting,confirmed, established, verified,reliable, faithful, trusty
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions
1. verily, truly, amen, so be it
Origin: from H539
Notice that both the Blue Letter Bible and the Brown-Driver-Briggs tells us that "amen" H543 is from H539
amen- H539 - אמן (these Hebrew letters "אמן" to English consonants is "NMA " or "AMN")
Phonetic Spelling: ä·mān'
Meaning: to support, confirm, be faithful
The Proper Pronunciation
As we see the Hebrew consonants for amen "אמן" is ALWAYS the same, but its the pronunciation that has changed. When we add back in the pure Semitic vowel sounds (that ALL languages come from) to the Hebrew consonants "אמן" we get "AMaN" pronounced "Ah-Mah-N". So now we know that the Hebrew / Negro (ABaRiY) people would have NEVER said the word "Amen" but in fact "AMaN". We know in the beginning that this world spoke one pure language and that language was ABaRiY / Hebrew. Over the course to time, the continued disobedience and wickedness of man caused YHWH to confound the languages at the tower of Babel (BaBaL means the confusion of tongues) or Babylon, hence where the many different languages came from. This is why words, and especially the pronunciation of NAMES is so critical. We know by diving into the scriptures deeper, how YaHuWaH feels and requires us to revere his SET APART NAME. Sadly, for thousands of years Christians have been saying "Amen" (the SUN god), at the end of their prayers UNKNOWINGLY. This travesty continues to happen because CHRISTIANITY at its core is pagan SUN worship and Pastors will NOT teach this because they DON'T CARE about the truth! We KNOW YaHuWaH is a jealous ALaHiYM and he DOES NOT want us calling on other false ALaHiYMs.
Unlearn, Deprogram and Re-think EVERYTHING you were taught!
Once the truth is given to a person, if that person TRULY loves the Creator, YHWH is expecting they make an immediate change, NOT take their sweet time getting there when they feel like it!
30 And the times of this ignorance YHWH winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent
If you DON'T believe us regarding these facts, GOOD! Go do your own research, ASK YOUR PASTOR and find out for yourself, but NOW you cant say "you didn't know!"
2 KaPha 2:21 "Peter"
21 For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.
ABaRiY 10:26 "Hebrews"
26 For if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins
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