The 42 Negative Actions versus the Biblical 10 Commandments, which came first?
The Hebrews came out of Ancient Egypt with an African religion, which they modified to their own needs and gratifications.
Look at the laws, morality, justice and loving-kindness of the goddess Ma'at and at the 42 Negative Actions, which are the 42 Judges, which are the 42 Sons of G-d and know and understand that it were my Semitic Hebrew relatives who copied from us, Nubian Egyptians, the codes of moral laws, which appear in their Torat as the famous 10 Covenents "Commandments."
And remember, that when the Hebrews came out of Egypt after residing within her for 400 years, they came out of dynastic Egypt with an African religion, which they modified to one of their own in order to attend to their own gratifying needs and unity.
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