From the beginning of their existence 45,000 years ago, Europeans have had a variety of gods developed in their own warrior image and possessing phantasmagoric mindsets (e.g. monsters). This was spotlighted by later Aryan nomadic tribes who carried forth primitive Europeans Supernatural patterns. In turn, these served as models for all subsequent European males to the present. Some say these warrior Aryans arose, perhaps 8000 years ago, out of the grasslands of Eastern Europe, north of the Black and Caspian Seas. After invading India c1700 BC and colonizing the Punjab region of Northwest India, they declared themselves to be superior and noble compared to the Slaves they captured. Meanwhile, in C8 BC, Egyptians' Book of Caverns, Purgatory was analogized to be like a cocoon where the damned enter, became non-Beings as a result of elimination of what is not about the Spiritual Elements, and then emerged as renewed beings, like a butterfly. Indo-European Aryans carried this concept through a long process to arrive at the fantasy of a Hell (Bailey, Post-Traumatic Distress Syndrome p158-168). Then cC6 BC, Satan appears in the Old Testament as an individual angel, subordinate to God, and thereafter gradually becomes the source of all evil as a result of disbelieving in God and acknowledging no law except of man. Aryans transformed the African god Seth/Pan, the God of Nature, into the phantasmagoric Red Angel of Evil, Lucifer, Satan (Set-Hen)–a red man with tail, horns, and hooves. Satan, Evil, and Dark became Europeans "Dark Side" trio–signifying misery, punishment, perdition or loss of the soul and Hell. In C2 BC, Romans applied the “numen” idea to indicate their divine Supernatural spirit. Perhaps this was the “Seed” idea for a later appearing Supernatural God. The Greek Ptolemy I found a council of Ancient Egyptian priests and priestesses in Memphis, Egypt, willing to please them. In C1 AD, these Melchite Coptic Egyptians formed the Coptic Branch of Christianity, using primarily concepts out of the Ancient African Bible.
"Copt" derives from the Arabic word Qubt, meaning “Egyptian”. The Melchite Coptic Egyptians (those Hellenized into the Greek culture) gave Ptolemy I (also called Lagi and "Soter,") the name "Oserapis," and later Serapis c323 BC, eventually called Jesus Christ. They created a devotional ritual to him; spoke of him as "The savior and leader of souls to the light and receiving them again"; and fashioned new concepts from the African and Hebrew Bibles for their Church. The blending of African Christianity and European Christianity began to take hold in Egypt after the Evangelist, St. Mark’s preaching in Alexandria AD 69. This was around the time ideas about the Gospels arose. The Fall of African Christianity in Europe came because of its own success. As a result of the new African Christianity faith being spread by North African converts, the budding European Christianity had to start stamping out the increasing power of the African Christianity Cult. At the Council of Niceae I (325 AD), Serapis was inserted into the Ancient Egyptian Divine Triad of Ausara (Osiris), the Father; Horus the Sun; and Auset (Isis, the Holy Cow Hathor), the Mother. Serapis replaced Horus and Isis.
Gradually, European Christianity became Aryan oriented, shedding its original Cosmic Spiritual Consciousness focus but retaining much of it. Constantine (285-337 AD) took information from the Ancient African Bible and modified it with existing pagan Roman Supernatural beliefs + individualizing the newly formed Jesus + adopting a Trinity—all opposed to African Christianity. To assist his purpose of controlling the people and suppressing the power of African Spiritual Literature, he declared Christianity to be the official Religion of the Roman Empire. Realizing the Ancient African religion to be superior and extremely attractive to the people, he ordered the closing of all Egyptian temples in an attempt to eradicate any and all competing Religious Systems. As part of replacing Kamitic antecedents with Christian myth and symbolism, in 391 AD, Theophilus of Alexandria, Egypt went on a destructive campaign of African Spiritual Literature. He destroyed the Serapeum Temple and the Great Library, including 500,000 Ancient African Bible scrolls and manuscripts. This is the pattern of any dominating power who has an inferior system they want the people to completely adopt. That is why it is almost impossible to find today readily available Ancient African Philosophies or the Ancient African Bible which gives metaphorical stories about Ma’at Principles. jabaileymd.com