The newest testament, according to the enlightened San Tronco part 109

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"I once was Ptah," Ricardo the priest knew with great certainty. He was on his way to the throne of the Enoch. "And I stood next to Amun," was his next thought, "when I realized who he had become." He had completed an initiation session of the new guards, and the insight had hit him like an unexpected blow. 'Strange,' he thought, 'that Amun had become the Enoch and not his brother the pharaoh, you would have expected that from someone who believed that to have descended straight from Ra.'

Before his mind's eye he saw his beloved Egypt appear, he could conjure the image up whenever he wanted.

"The Nile lashed along its shores, and the reeds bent in a gentle breeze, the sun was sharp with a clear blue sky. The warriors of the Pharaoh walked slowly through the crowd past the slave camp that extended into huts and tents as far as the eye could see. It was a lazy day and he enjoyed the languid heat that surrounded the area. The workers gathered at the exits of their meager huts and joined the soldiers who walked by. They had no other thoughts than the day before them, which was like the day behind them and would be like the day of tomorrow. This is how slave labor works, one long succession of the same actions that repeat themselves until your death. "


Papyrus boats moored with boulders from the quarry and everything was done on behalf of the Pharaoh. The workers who collapsed exhausted with bloody hands and gasping for breath, and the slave drivers who whipped some more speed into the workers. It had been the time of power and government. "They kiss the whip," Amun had laughed scornfully when he had pointed at an unfortunate one who, with an open back, who was being whipped and cowered away  from the lashes.

Ptah had nodded, he felt no compassion with the unfortunate ones, the Jewish dogs, who multiplied faster than the gerbils. After all, you have the victor and those who have been defeated. "There is no stronger one without a weaker one," he thought, "and there is no weaker one without stronger ones, that is how things go, it is a law of life."

"Great works to be done," the pharaoh had ordained, and he had made a start for his future tomb, in which he would later be embalmed. It was important that the line of Ra would never perish. "If only one piece of me bridges the years of the years," he had said, "without decaying," the Ra guards can bring me back. " No one had understood that, not even Ptah, but you did not contradict the Pharaoh, because then your earthly existence would soon have come to an end.

Ricardo smiled to himself, that was at a time when no one even the high priest had  ever heard of DNA or cloning, there was a message from the Ra men and that was being followed to a 'T', without really understanding how a embalmed body could serve to bring about a "return".

The Pharaoh had insight and his decrees testified of a higher logic. "They are becoming numerous as a rat plague," he had said. "If we are ever attacked by surrounding people, they will turn against us from within." The priests and the military top had nodded. That was a possibility that could very well become truth.

"Therefore I order," the pharaoh had solemnly said, "that of all Jewish families, only one son may live and they will serve us as slaves and do great works in our name. He had looked around and looked at the signs of his power and nobody dared to say anything, and Ptah had seen how he had worn the double crown that day, the red crown of Lower Egypt (north) and the white crown of the Upper -Egypt (south). He radiated the symbol of the Almighty, which had united both Egyptians.


It was clear to Ptah and those present what the double crown signified, absolutely: no contradiction.

The sign of Horus hung around his neck and around his staff the bull's tail was knotted as a sign of the ruler, as a personification of the heavenly bull.This was the kind of gathering where the pharaoh leaned heavily on symbolism and all those present felt the weight of the moment.

"My tomb must rise," continued the man who decided on life and death, "and must be seen from afar so that the Ra guards do not have to look for me when the time is right." He had beckoned his architects, "I want see the plans tomorrow morning and if they are not pleasing to me you will not live to see tomorrow evening. '



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The Book of Enoch. "The Book of Enoch as translated into Ethiopic belongs to the last two centuries B.C. All the writers of the NT were familiar with it and were more or less influenced by it in thought"

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Statenbijbel en the King James version: het Boek Genesis, Gen. 6 : 2: “Dat Gods zonen de dochters der mensen aanzagen, dat zij schoon waren, en zij namen zich vrouwen uit allen, die zij verkoren hadden.” Uit die huwelijken kwamen: “reuzen, (…) deze zijn de geweldigen, die van ouds geweest zijn, mannen van naam.” (Gen 6 : 4).

'Maar Lilith was mooi en verleidelijk en haar natuur hartstochtelijker en vuriger dan welke vrouw ook die na haar geboren zou worden… En samen met Samaël, de aartsengel van de dood en meester van de gevallen engelen, vierde ze haar losbandigheid.'

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