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Pharaohism 2: Evidence for the Tutankhamon-Jesus Christ Theory

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Pharaohism 2: Evidence for the Tutankhamon-Jesus Christ Theory.

There is no scene, ritual or ceremony in the Christian Bible that shows the Anointing of Jesus of Nazareth, or the transformation of him into Christ. The Greek word Christos (Christ) means the same as the Hebrew word Messiah, "The Anointed One." One would imagine this was important to those Ancient Roman converts marketing the new religion? The Anointing is a form of Consecration using Anointing Oils - not "power of...

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Pharaohism 2: Evidence for the Tutankhamon-Jesus Christ Theory.

There is no scene, ritual or ceremony in the Christian Bible that shows the Anointing of Jesus of Nazareth, or the transformation of him into Christ. The Greek word Christos (Christ) means the same as the Hebrew word Messiah, "The Anointed One." One would imagine this was important to those Ancient Roman converts marketing the new religion? The Anointing is a form of Consecration using Anointing Oils - not "power of God." The word Christ was added to the Scriptures at a later date than when it was first conceived, or possibly "inserted." If Jesus was never anointed with holy oils, why call him the Anointed One?

Now for a real Christ look no farther than Tutankhamon. Tutankhamon was a real King. He was worshiped as a God in Nubia. He was anointed with holy oils, as on the back of his golden throne or his oil-saturated mummified remains in KV62. He had 12 Disciples - count the 12 Men of the Royal Palace pulling his funerary hearse or sledge to the tomb as painted on his tomb walls. His White Lotus Chalice was his Holy Grail cup, found in the entrance corridor by Archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922 CE. The cup wishes him Eternal Life when he drinks from it.

In Roman times there was the practice of Crucifixion - being tied or nailed to a Cross Beam of wood and exposed to the elements as a form of torture. People who were crucified had their legs broken, probably to prevent escape. Tutankhamon's left leg was broken when examined in 2008 by Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass, who said this injury occurred the day before Tut died.

According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified for one day and then died. It does not say his leg was broken. Tutankhamon died one day after this happened, so he could have been crucified (rather than fall off a chariot which would have given him time to recover; crucifixion would not be so generous with Time).

Why is the Hebrew Bible's account of the Israelites in Egypt off by a factor of 10, proving the Exodus happened in the life of Horemhab or Ramses 1? (Exodus 12:40). Why is the life of King Tutankhamon so Christ-Like - that he had 12 Disciples attending his funeral, He started his work on the Temples at age 12, and may have been crucified to a tree when the Hittite Prince visited Egypt while Tut was hunting?

This book uses ideas from Egyptian author, Ahmed Osman (1992), and American Psychic, Jeane Dixon (1962), for the theories presented herein.

Copyright 2014 Michael J. Costa, All rights reserved.

Dates of Egyptian Rulers:

Djoser-Kheperura Horemhab: 28 years.
Kheper-Kheperura Ay: 4 years.
Ankh-Kheperura Smenkhkara: 2 years.
Nebkheperura Tutankhamon: 9 years.

28 + 4 + 2 + 9 = 43.

Akhenaton was exiled (not killed) for 43 years, and his people (Atonists, Monotheists, or Israelites) were imprisoned for 43 years, and liberated when he returned as (Aton)Moses during the reign of Horemhab (who lost his only son) and Ramses 1 (who ruled after Horemhab died, presumingly at the Red Sea). The biblical Exodus was a simple and minor affair, not what Hollywood imagines.

Dates courtesy of "The Wordsworth Handbook of Kings & Queens" by the late John E. Morby, Ph.D., professor of History at CSU East Bay.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781497489806
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/28/2014
  • Pages: 254
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael J Costa is an Archaeologist and Author of several books ranging from Egyptian culture to novels. He also believes he is King Tutankhamon reincarnated, as found in his first novel, Eye of the Pharaoh c.1990 (The Flawed Emerald, c.1995). He lives in California, USA.
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