Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Egyptian G-ds As The Ten Plagues In The Torah !!!

                                                                       




                            Egyptian G-ds As The Ten plagues Used In Torah


                     Plagues
                              Gods & Goddesses
1. Nile water into blood
1. Hapi: god of the Nile

2. Frogs
2. Heket: Egyptian goddess of Fertility

3. Gnats or Lice from dust

3. a) Geb: Egyptian god of the Earth;

    b) Khepri: Egyptian god of creation, movement of the Sun.

4. Flies (gadflies)
4. Khepri: Egyptian god of resurrection, creation

5. Cattle/livestock disease
5. a) Hathor: goddess of love and protection; possibly absorbed Bat, the cow-headed goddess.

    b) bull cult gods Apis, Buchis, and Mneuis

6. Boils

6. a) Isis: goddess of medicine and peace

    b) Im-Hotep: real person turned deity, patron of wisdom and medicine.
    c) Sekhmet: lion-headed deity of plagues, believed to bring about or prevent epidemics or pestilence.

 
7. Thunder/hail
7. a) Nut: Sky goddess

    b) Shu: god of air; associated with calm or cooling

    c) Tefnut: goddess of water/moisture; linked to sun and moon

    d) Seth: associated primarily with chaos
but also thunder, the desert, and infertility.


8. Locusts
8. Senehem: possibly locust-headed, god of protection from ravages of pests.

9. Darkness
9. a) Amon-Ra: G-d of the sun
    b) Horus: sky god; sun was his right eye, moon his left.

10. Death of the firstborn

10. a) Min: G-d of reproduction
      b) Ra: G-d who was believed to create all things
      c) Anubis: G-d of the dead and embalming.

NOTE:- Ex 11:7 refers to no dogs barking,
possibly referring to jackal(or dog)-headed
God Anubis having no power over Israelites during this plague.



 The ancient story of Israelites and the mention of ten plagues in the Torah is nothing but a Mish-Mash of Pagan Dieties pulled together from the closet and mashed haphazardly.

Robert Mascharan


1 comment:

  1. I'm impressed with your observation . Yes , the bible is nothing more than the knock off from older ancient texts .

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