Why is it, that the attributable functions of the Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ, God incarnate, his...
birth, suffering, death and resurrection can be found within the ancient religions of Egypt and her A'aferti "Pharaohs?"
The early church, as the letters of Paul and apostles mention, was full of many new believers who clung to heathen beliefs, one of which was the mother/son worship going back to Iris and Horus worship of ancient Egypt. Eventually this practice was incorporated into the church views and the mother/son worship transferred to Mary and Jesus. These beliefs were later discounted by Protestants.
The subject of the one true God was well known in Egypt, due to the Abraham's many visits, the Israelite's captivity and Moses.
Perhaps because the ancient Egyptians also experienced the same states symbolized by the "names" in scripture. They recorded different stories relating their own divine experiences but there really is only one divine experience or play if you prefer.
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