The mysteries of Hermes teach us what faith means. The test of fire is faith, the realization of what is expected. The moth flies fearlessly towards the fire, flies to death, flies to a dead end, but knows that by showing care, it will be saved, and at the last second everything will be fine. The test of water is faith, as the certainty of the unseen. You dive into the black, opaque water and swim through the tunnel, hoping that there is a passage there and you will not drown.
The more moral a society is, the longer it lasts. Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted 4 thousand years, more than anyone else at times. The society of ancient Egypt was very moral, they had as many as 42 sins.
The Egyptians also had a Trinity, the meaning of which was the integrity of one in three persons. OMON RA and Ptah, where Riot police – invisible spirit and RA – his physical repose of the sun, and Ptah is his representation on earth in human form – master's.
The construction of tombs was the economic foundation of ancient Egyptian society, which created jobs, prevented the crisis of overproduction and allowed money to be effectively redistributed in society.
Indeed, human civilization was created by the gods. The first human communities arose out of fear of the gods and death to serve the gods and build them temples and places of worship. The construction of religious buildings and tombs requires the concentration of thousands of people and it is religious ideas that have created large collectives and communities. The more sacrifices to the gods, the better we will live - people thought. And the more they came together in large and organized groups, the greater the sacrifices they could make and the greater the places of worship they could build. For example, tombs, dolmens and Egyptian pyramids are sacrifices to the gods.
The essence of the idols of Easter island is the same as the dolmens and the Egyptian pyramids. They gave people the meaning of life, overcame the crisis of overproduction, symbolized ritual and distracted people from killing.
The Egyptian word "light" was placed by Moses in the ark of the Covenant. The metaphorical verb of light is a symbol of eternal movement, inexhaustible energy of life. Christ turned this word into a living light, and the candles that Christians light in churches are an echo of this word of truth. Fire, as a symbol of movement, is that which lives while it moves.
The test of copper pipes is the test of lust and women. The test of water is a step into the abyss, diving into a dark pool with his head. The test of fire is living in fire and knowing that there is another way. But before that there was still a test of fear of height and depth.
The development of thought went wrong. The Greeks prayed to Zeus, the personification of the Sun. The Egyptians also considered RA. Later Egyptian thought came to Amon RA. Christianity, having analyzed this concept, came to the conclusion that the worship of one Sun is idolatry and is a higher entity that is All. God is the universe. God is being. There are trillions of idols like the Sun in the universe. Plus Christianity pointed to the sacred essence of man himself, proclaiming his soul the son of God, part of God.
It is believed that Moses was an Egyptian and a priest of the God Amon RA ...Moses did not know the Hebrew language well, so he stuttered and was laconic. The main idea of the Jews leaving Egypt is to unite the lower classes of the population on the basis of class and escape from their masters. In fact, Moses was the first known revolutionary in the history of mankind, who raised the people to revolt. The very process of flight from Egypt by the Jews was the first in the history of mankind revolution and revolt of slaves.
It is said that European civilization stands on the Foundation of Greek philosophy. But the Foundation of Greek philosophy is the philosophy of Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Vedas and Zoroastrianism. And even the traditions of Judaism stem from the same roots. It is said that Moses was taught the wisdom of Egypt, and Abraham was a connoisseur of the wisdom of Mesopotamia.
The ancient Egyptians believed that God is purity, that is, nothing. God is the chief arbiter between energy and information, a space within which chaos and order struggle. In fact, God is a consciousness within which white and black struggle in balance.
In ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, one of the most important symbols of the world was the firmament of heaven, the symbol of which is silicon. Modern memory microchips are also made on the basis of silicon.
The eye looks at reality and creates it. The ancient Egyptians believed that God created the world through the EYE when he looked through it. The eye is the creative principle of the Creator, contemplating, he creates the world.
The court is the place of the duel of truth and lies. The court is where the judge - the truth before us or lies. The final judgment is the place where the gods decide whether a person is true, worthy of rebirth and whether he can stay in the real world, merged with Ka, or a lie, then he will be forgotten. The true man is firm and has weight, the lie is empty and weighs nothing.
There are two types of creation. The creation of life is the eye. The creation of death is the seed. However, the grain is something that you plant and it grows by itself, only requiring a little care and care. The act of giving birth is also about grain.
Religious knowledge gave people power of mind and spirit. Ancient religions prohibited transferring this knowledge to the lower strata. For example, the lower strata shudra in india was not allowed to study vedas. Other religions were limiting slaves literacy, prohibited to teach them to read. In more modern religious texts, for example in the bible and the talmud they confused and disguised everything in metaphors code, so it was impossible for a layman to get the meaning of the text. However, the idea of disguising text meaning by myths was common for the Egyptians as well for the Aryans in the Vedas. Religion is a matter of power.