Although the ingredients of Christianity originated with Primitive Africans, its earliest recorded evidence of having begun in Africa comes out of Very Ancient African Spiritual Literature pertaining to Esoteric Knowledge. By this being derived from their Subjective and Objective Science implied they understood the core of fundamental inner most Principles in Physical, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Processes of Nature. Very Ancient African Sages’ Contemplation on results of these inferences gave insights into the inner Truth lying hidden in the Esoteric–Truths revealing certain mysterious things about God–things belonging to God–and things revealed by God to humans. These were confirmed by God’s Word Revelations to Tehuti—the African Master of all the world’s Masters and Sages. Out of Tehuti’s and other African Sages’ well known revelations and astro-mathematic studies came insights into the latent powers of God that are present in humans. The earliest recording of this is from the “Prt m Hru": (epitaph)–a name for Humankind’s original Bible and dating to 60,000 BC (Seleem p 59, xiii). A statement from this “Book of Life” says: righteousness leads to spiritual realization; purification is acting with righteousness; and by learning about the nature of the Divine—acting, feeling, and thinking as the Divine—it is finally possible to become one with the Divine. Before or after that, Ancient Africans thought in terms of a Messiah coming (some say the "anointed Messias"–a term meaning (K) Christos, or "Christ); of a Madonna and her Child; of a Virgin Birth; and the Incarnation of the Spirit in flesh. Ausares is the African name given in order to indicate un-manifested aspects of God. Humans who achieved a spirituality-realized state were given the title "Ausar" (the God-Self dwelling in Humans). The same practice applied to the title of Christ. 

The word “Christ,” says Diop (Civilization or Barbarism, p. 312), came from the Pharaonic Egyptian expression “kher sesheta”: “he who watches over the Mysteries.” Gadalla (The Ancient Egyptian Roots Of Christianity p65) adds the Greek Christos was a corrupted Ancient Egyptian word for “Christ,” but with the consonants H RST. Since the Greeks could not pronounce the letter H, they substituted its sound with the letters Ch. The consonants of the name Christ are HRST, which means HeRu (Horus) and Son of ST (auST/Isis). Gadalla said the Jesus of history was Twt/Tut-Ankh-Amen, whose role as an Egyptian Pharaoh was (symbolically) to be the son of a Virgin Mother—Auset (Isis). This African origin of Christianity was common knowledge among Western scholars and their early Apostolic fathers of the Church. For example, St. Augustine (354-430) of Hippo (Algeria), who was quite familiar with Tehuti’s works, said: “That which is called Christian religion existed among the ancients [i.e. Africans], and never did not exist, from the beginning of the human race until Christ came in the flesh, at which time the true religion which already existed began to be called Christianity” (Freke, Hermetica p20). All of this was supported (1836) by the renowned British, Sir Godfrey Higgins. He said in “The Anaclypsis, or an Inquiry into the Origin of Languages, Nations, and Religions” that people of the [European] Bible were Black; and in all early Catholic Churches of Europe: “the God Christ, as well as his mother, are described in their old pictures to be Black [people]; Jesus Christ, a Negro; and the African Origin of the Myths and Legends of the Garden of Eden. 

According to Darkwah (“Africans Who Wrote The Bible” p11), what Sir Higgins indirectly implied was that doctrines of the Ancient African Bible and original doctrines of the European Bible were both from Black People. His reasoning was that since Jesus was Black and his people wrote his story, then the people that conceived and wrote this story must also be Black. Hence, he continues: “the early Catholic Church knew, accepted, and acknowledged the Black ethnicity of the people of the Bible by portraying the God Christ and his mother as the Black People they originally were.” Gadalla reinforces this by saying “Ancient Egyptian texts reveal irrefutable proof that the entire body of [European] Christian doctrine is simply a revamped and mutilated Egyptianism; the early Christian [Catholic] church accepted these ancient truths as the very tenets of [their] Christianity, but disavowed their origins”. This plagiarizing of the Egyptian religion was noted by several brave European writers, including the world renowned British Egyptologist, Sir E. A. Wallis Budge.

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