The word “Amen” is such a large part of our vernacular and it is second nature to say it after every prayer. However, you may be surprised that the true origin of “Amen” is Pagan in it’s roots and stems from ancient Egypt. “Amen” was actually condensed from the name of the Egyptian sun God “Ra”.

Ancient Egyptians regarded the sun (Ra) as the Creator and all other God’s and Goddesses were forms of the Creator. “Amun-Ra” is essentially the son of God (the son of the Sun), and you would be surprised to find that Amun-Ra’s life story is surprisingly similar to Jesus (the son of God).

According to KRS Channel:

Amun Ra had a very similar pattern to Jesus Christ, per the book name “The Book of Dead”. It is the holy book of Egyptian History.

His mother name was Meri, while his father name was Josep. The birth of Ra, was predicted because of a comet/star. When he was born, the Shepard’s, and farmers witnessed his birth. Egyptian King Herut tried to kill him for plaguing the minds of people about the one true God. When Ra turned thirty, he decided to get baptized. The person, who baptized him, had his head cut-off. He was followed by 12 disciples, and, since he is considered the son of Sun god, the 12 disciples were the 12 zodiac signs. Amazingly, he also performed miracles, and walked on water like Christ. Ra was also crucified like Christ. He was buried in a tomb, and was resurrected in three days. He also performed, ‘sermon on the mount’ like Jesus. I wrote about Ra in Kyirux II.

The Lord of Truth and father of man: these were some of the terms Amun Ra was known as amongst his people in Egypt back 25-3500 years ago. Although Wikipedia has the dates for Amun Ra’s historical indexing, they however are not accommodated by great researchers. Amun Ra’s true date of existence is only an educated guess, even in the book of dead. The only way they have determined the date for Amun Ra’s existence as the Egyptian King, is the hydrophilic found in the ‘City of Kings’.

The advent of language is just one interesting part of what makes us human, and digging deep into the who, what, where, and why are critical parts in un-learning “what” to think, in exchange for “how” to think. Prayer is extremely powerful, as the mind is the matrix of all matter, and energy flows where intention goes…however it is important to ask questions, and dig deep. The roots may surprise you, but in turn they will also empower you.

Knowledge is true “gnosis”.