Ancient Egyptian Text
Recently, an ancient Egyptian Handbook was deciphered. I think it’s a clue to secret societies, and religions of old and new!
We have some REALLY interesting connections here! Take a gander at how the Roman Catholic Church is involved. I’m always amazed at how this church has its tentacles in such matters.
But what’s so interesting about this book? Oh, it’s a page-turner for some, let’s have a look!
EDITOR COMMENTS [….]
Among other things, the “Handbook of Ritual Power,” as researchers call the book, tells readers how to cast love spells, exorcise evil spirits and treat “black jaundice,” a bacterial infection that is still around today and can be fatal.
[EDITOR: This should be your first clue! At first seemingly innocent, right? Helping the innocent be relieved of evil spirits…but that’s not all, folks! Spells? This is what? Witchcraft, plain and simple.]
The book is about 1,300 years old, and is written in Coptic, an Egyptian language. It is made of bound pages of parchment — a type of book that researchers call a codex.
[EDITOR: So, why would they be so interested in deciphering the content of this book? Science is of mankind, it’s origins are from man, for man and does not include GOD. Therefore we can decipher what the vested interest will be, right? For man, of course. What does man love to do? SIN!]
“It is a complete 20-page parchment codex, containing the handbook of a ritual practitioner,” write Malcolm Choat and Iain Gardner, who are professors in Australia at Macquarie University and the University of Sydney, respectively, in their book, “A Coptic Handbook of Ritual Power” (Brepols, 2014).
[EDITOR: Ritual practitioner? Let’s look it up…
Do the words Wicca, Coven, Shaman, Oracles or Pagan ring a bell for you?]
The ancient book “starts with a lengthy series of invocations that culminate with drawings and words of power,” they write. “These are followed by a number of prescriptions or spells to cure possession by spirits and various ailments, or to bring success in love and business.”
-Supplication, prayer or spell.
-A form of possession.
-Command or conjuration.
-Self-identification with certain spirits.
You got it! Witchcraft. Nothing less than.]
For instance, to subjugate someone, the codex says you have to say a magical formula over two nails, and then “drive them into his doorpost, one on the right side (and) one on the left.”
[EDITOR: I will share an experience with you. I once moved into a home. It kind of called out to me…so we moved! Not long after, we were digging up the front flower bed to place new flower pods, and such. We didn’t get far under the soil before we came upon a shoe. This was not a shoe someone has just discarded. No, sir. It had a nail driven right threw the sole of it but inside the shoe was a picture of someone. So, it was a curse, or hex upon someone. I didn’t have any experience in such matters so we tossed it and kept working. Not long after we began getting these strange magazines in the mailbox. Spells and incantation magazines. Before long, the problems began. Our Chow Chow, which was a pup…got parvo. It’s name was Midnight Blue. He was such a sweet animal. We loved him so. Then, not long after, we went swimming at the local lake. My son had to go to the local ER because the bed of the lake had a piece of glass and just about cut off his big toe. Then, my newly-wed husband and I began having martial issues. My husbands, mother died from brain cancer. But, to top it all off…I got hurt at work. This set a course of actions which would change my life forever. It disabled my spine from top to bottom. I had to have surgery but which area? I decided the neck was worse. So, it happened. Today, I’ve had a second neck fusion and continued problems as a result of this initial injury. This was a domino effect. And only years later did I put two & two together. All these experiences in that home were a result of witchcraft! I truly believe that now. No one could convince me otherwise. All these things took place in less than two years!]
[EDITOR: Before going any further, you must understand who these people were.
Sethians considered themselves to be the “seed of Seth,” the third son of Adam and Eve; the Seed of Seth was the section of humanity that had received Gnosis and would thus have a different fate than the offspring of Cain and Abel. They also referred to themselves as “the generation of Seth”, or “the immoveable race.”
This may very well be the origins of the Gnostic texts which we have seen come forward over time. I firmly believe these to be the texts which the Knights of Templar/Rosicrucians and other ‘enlightened’ groups had a vested interest in.
VATICAN CITY (AP) The Vatican newspaper reported Tuesday that 29 previously unpublished homilies said to be the work of one of the most important and prolific early church fathers have been discovered in a German library.The 3rd Century theologian Origen of Alexandria is considered to have played a critical role in the development of Christian thought. Pope Benedict XVI, himself a theologian, dedicated two of his 2007 weekly church teaching sessions to the importance of Origen’s life and work.Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano said that despite Origen’s importance, few of his original texts remain in part because he was condemned by the Ecumenical Council of Constantinople in 553.
Much of the original Greek of Origens works has been lost through the centuries, and we have been dependent upon the Latin translations of Rufinus and Jerome. Finding Origens work in the original Greek is a rare and wonderful find. Additionally, these may provide one of the earliest (if not the earliest) examples of early Christian preaching on the psalms. This will help us not only better understand Origens theology and preaching, but will also help scholars who study the Greek translations of the Old Testament.
Origen’s Greek name Ōrigénēs (Ὠριγένης) probably means “child of Horus”
DID YOU GET THAT? Horus. Why would a church of “Jesus Christ” be interested in such matters? Because their scholars for centuries down the line have played a part in this ‘enlightenment’ process. I believe Popes all down the line were secretly worshiping Horus…and still do! But Horus goes by many names! Does he not?]
Researchers believe that the codex may date to the 7th or 8th century. During this time, many Egyptians were Christian and the codex contains a number of invocations referencing Jesus.
[EDITOR: The references to “Jesus” are not the same Jesus as Jesus Christ. This text also claims Jesus Christ was never crucified, but how is that possible? Because it’s NOT the same Jesus! These are referred to the Ascended Masters! I guarantee you they are. This is how all the confusion about Jesus Christ began to sway so many people away from Christianity. A mixture of witchcraft with Christianity has been around for thousands of years and still is. This is one of Satan’s biggest pieces of work. It may well have been the one which sent this world into a tailspin.]
However, some of the invocations seem more associated with a group that is sometimes called “Sethians.” This group flourished in Egypt during the early centuries of Christianity and held Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve, in high regard. One invocation in the newly deciphered codex calls “Seth, Seth, the living Christ.” [The Holy Land: 7 Amazing Archaeological Finds]
[EDITOR: They considered Seth, a god. You read that correctly. The origins of Sethism?
Orphism. Of course this takes us to none other than the Greeks and their famous demi-gods. But who were they? They were the fallen angels’ descendants from Atlantis.]
The opening of the codex refers to a divine figure named “Baktiotha” whose identity is a mystery, researchers say. The lines read, “I give thanks to you and I call upon you, the Baktiotha: The great one, who is very trustworthy; the one who is lord over the forty and the nine kinds of serpents,” according to the translation.
“The Baktiotha is an ambivalent figure. He is a great power and a ruler of forces in the material realm,” Choat and Gardner said at a conference, before their book on the codex was published.
[EDITOR: This is from the Zoroastrian religion. And I think this place, CITY OF MERV, is related to this subject. The Merovingian’s are a select group of bloodlines which are behind the elite, the most powerful people on earth and have been for thousands of years. They believe themselves to be direct descendants of Jesus Christ.
It is located in the territory of Mary velayat of Turkmenistan. Archaeologists discovered a palace, a fortified mud-brick enclosure, temples with fire altars most probably dedicated to the Zoroastrian religion and residential quarters. Tourists have nicknamed it , “The Gates of Hell”.]
Historical records indicate that church leaders regarded the Sethians as heretics and by the 7th century, the Sethians were either extinct or dying out.
This codex, with its mix of Sethian and Orthodox Christian invocations, may in fact be a transitional document, written before all Sethian invocations were purged from magical texts, the researchers said. They noted that there are other texts that are similar to the newly deciphered codex, but which contain more Orthodox Christian and fewer Sethian features.
[EDITOR: The mixing of religions is to keep the masses dumb-down! It’s been going on for thousands of years. Wars over religion has definitely been the most profitable and at the cost of the lives of billions of people.]
The researchers believe that the invocations were originally separate from 27 of the spells in the codex, but later, the invocations and these spells were combined, to form a “single instrument of ritual power,” Choat told Live Science in an email.
Who would have used it?
The identity of the person who used this codex is a mystery. The user of the codex would not necessarily have been a priest or monk.
“It is my sense that there were ritual practitioners outside the ranks of the clergy and monks, but exactly who they were is shielded from us by the fact that people didn’t really want to be labeled as a “magician,'” Choat said.
Some of the language used in the codex suggests that it was written with a male user in mind, however, that “wouldn’t have stopped a female ritual practitioner from using the text, of course,” he said.
The origin of the codex is also a mystery. Macquarie University acquired it in late 1981 from Michael Fackelmann, an antiquities dealer based in Vienna. In “the 70s and early 80s, Macquarie University (like many collections around the world) purchased papyri from Michael Fackelmann,” Choat said in the email.
But where Fackelmann got the codex from is unknown. The style of writing suggests that the codex originally came from Upper Egypt.
[EDITOR: Egypt is where the Knights of Templar originated. The Free MASONS. Their high priests were of the secret society which purges its way down through the millennia until this very day. Hence, the ILLUMINATI.]
“The dialect suggests an origin in Upper Egypt, perhaps in the vicinity of Ashmunein/Hermopolis,” which was an ancient city, Choat and Gardner write in their book.