Astrotheology: The Truth about Jesus Christ  and the New Testament

was horus the prototype for the jesus of the new testament?


The story of Horus, a major Egyptian God, is told in the Book of Vivifying the Soul Forever over 3,000 years before the birth of Christ. The Jesus story in the Bible is in many places a recycled version of the Horus story. The comparisons given below prove without a doubt that much in the New Testament is full of myths and stories recycled from earlier times and made to fit the various characters of the Bible.

  • Horus is the Father seen in the son...Jesus said he was the way, the truth and the life.
  • Horus claims to be the light of the world represented by the symbolic eye, the sign of salvation. Jesus stated that he is the light of the world.
  • Horus said that he was the way, the truth, the life. Jesus said he was the way, the truth and the life.
  • Horus was the plant, the shoot. Jesus says "I am the true vine."
  • Horus says It is I who traverse the heavens, I go round the Elysian Fields. Eternity has been assigned to me without end, Lo! I am heir to endless time and my attribute is eternity. Jesus says I am come down from heaven, for this is the will of the Father, that everyone who beholdeth the Son and believeth in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day.
  • Horus...I open the Tuat that I may drive away the darkness. Jesus says I am come a light unto the world.
  • Horus says I am equipped with thy words O Ra [Father in Heaven] and repeat them to those who are deprived of breath. These were the words of the Father in heaven. Jesus says The Father which sent me, he hath given me a commandment, what I should say and what I should speak. Whatsoever I speak therefore even as the Father said unto me, so I speak. The word which ye hear is not mine, but the Father's which sent me."
  • Horus baptized with water by Anup. Jesus baptized with water by John the Baptist.
  • Horus-Aan, the name of the divine scribe. Jesus-John the divine scribe.
  • Horus born in Annu, the place of bread. Jesus Born in Bethlehem, the house of bread.
  • Horus The good shepherd with the crook on his shoulders. Jesus The good shepherd with a lamb on his shoulders.
  • Horus Seven on board the boat with him. Jesus Seven fishermen on board the boat with Jesus.
  • Horus Depicted as the Lamb Jesus depicted as the lamb.
  • Horus as the Lion. Jesus as the lion.
  • Horus identified with the Tat or cross. Jesus identified with the cross.
  • Horus of 12 years. Jesus of 12 years.
  • Horus A man of 30 years. Jesus a man of 30 years at his baptism.
  • Horus the KRST. Jesus the Christ.
  • Horus the manifesting son of God. Jesus the manifesting son of God.
  • Horus The trinity...Atum the Father, Horus the son, Ra the Holy Spirit. Jesus...God the Father, Jesus the son, and the Holy Spirit.
  • Horus The first Horus as a child of the virgin, the second as son of Ra. Jesus as a child of the virgin, Christ as the son of the Father in heaven.
  • Horus...Horus the sender and Set the destroyer in the harvest field. Jesus...Jesus the sender or the good seed, Satan the sender of tares.
  • Horus carried off by Set to the summit of Mount Hetep. Jesus carried by Satan to an exceedingly high mountain.
  • Horus and Set contending on the Mount. Jesus and Satan contending on the Mount.
  • Horus...The star was the announcer of the child Horus. Jesus...The Star in the East indicated the birth-place of Jesus.
  • Horus...the avenger. Jesus who brings the sword.
  • Iu-em-hetep comes with peace...Jesus...the bringer of peace.
  • Horus...the afflicted one. Jesus...the afflicted one.
  • the type of life the type of life eternal.
  • Horus as Iu-em-hetep the child teacher in the temple. Jesus as the child teacher in the temple.
  • Horus The mummy bandage was woven without seam. Jesus The vesture of the Christ was without seam.
  • Horus As Har-Khutti has twelve followers... Jesus has twelve disciples.
  • Horus The revelation written down by divine scribe Aan (Tehuti). Jesus the Revelation written down by John the Divine.
  • Horus Aani bears witness to the word of Ra. Jesus...John bears witness to the word of God and testimony of Jesus Christ.
  • Horus The secret mysteries revealed by That-Aan. Jesus The secret mysteries made known by John.
  • Horus The morning star. Jesus The morning star.
  • Horus Who gives the morning star to his followers. Jesus who gives the morning star to his followers.
  • Horus The name of Ra on the head of the deceased. Jesus The name of the father written on the forehead.
  • Horus The paradise of the Pole star...Am-Khemen. Jesus The Holy City lighted by one luminary that is neither the sun nor the moon.
  • Horus Har-Seshu or servants of Horus. Jesus The servants of Jesus Christ.

Now it is up to the "thinking" believer to decide for himself if the above examples are plagiarism as applied to Jesus by the New Testament writers, coincidental, or Divine Revelation!

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