I actually heard the parting of the waters story out of the mouth of an elder Khoi as he told it to a group of Khoi children, in a documentary on their lives.
Massey also claimed that Jesus was known to the Hebrews as Ben Pandira. (heb. Pa-ndi-ra) (Eg. Pa-ntr-ra).
"Ben" means "Son of" and "neter' has been translated to mean "God", and Son of God was a title held by Egyptian kings.
Moustafa Gadalla goes further and states that since ca. 3000 BC, all Egyptian kings had the title of Son of Ra, including Tut-Ankh-Amun.
"The title son of Ra is engraved on Tut-Ankh-Amen's stele, which was found in the Karnak temple in 1905."
Here is what Gadalla says about the Bible's two Marys:
"the origin of the name Mary lies in ancient Egypt, where the written word was Mr (the vowels a and y were added by modern scholars to help pronounce the ancient languages), meaning "the beloved". The name Mary/Mery is one of the most repeated words in ancient Egyptian texts...This epithet was also applied to many of the Egyptian royal family including his (Tut-Ankh-Amun) mother, Nefertiti, and his wife Ankhsenpa-aton."
Gadalla states that the Talmud describes Mother Mary as "the descendant of princes and rulers" in sharp contrast to the Gospels more humble roots.
This would make one of the Marys, the wife of the son of God an idea garnering some traction recently with the publication and popularization of the book the Da Vinci code.
Gadalla's arguments are quite compelling, for those with an open mind I recommend his works.
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