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Ancient Egyptian Religion related to other religions?

beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
Hi napanood ko yung Zeigeist, a documentary, about na halos similar yung mga other religions (including Christianity) to the Ancient Egyptian Religion. At kung iisipin una pa ito sa ibang religion. Is this true?

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  • SirZapSirZap Storm Trooper PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    lahat naman may god na lumikha ng mundo.
    karamihan may messiah na paindala para iligtas ang tao.
    lahat may prayer sa diyos nila.
  • Admiral ConicAdmiral Conic Banned by Admin PExer
    TS
    bits and pieces ng mga facts, fiction, half truths na pinagsama sama. imbestigahan mo bawat isang points nya makikita bago mo sya paniwalaan.
  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    beavis13 wrote: »
    Hi napanood ko yung Zeigeist, a documentary, about na halos similar yung mga other religions (including Christianity) to the Ancient Egyptian Religion. At kung iisipin una pa ito sa ibang religion. Is this true?

    so, kung ano pala una ang gusto mo malaman? recorded ha? eh pano kung wala? or depende sa yo...i can provide earlier facts...but definitely not that of 600 ad, and certainly not that of 1914!! RA the sun God, ring a bell?botomline...kung sino may pagkakasunod-sunod, ya salaam!!! *okay**okay*
  • beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
    TS
    bits and pieces ng mga facts, fiction, half truths na pinagsama sama. imbestigahan mo bawat isang points nya makikita bago mo sya paniwalaan.

    yup, naghahanap din ako ng ibang articles para malaman kung totoo nga mga yun :)
    retxed wrote: »
    so, kung ano pala una ang gusto mo malaman? recorded ha? eh pano kung wala? or depende sa yo...i can provide earlier facts...but definitely not that of 600 ad, and certainly not that of 1914!! RA the sun God, ring a bell?botomline...kung sino may pagkakasunod-sunod, ya salaam!!! *okay**okay*

    yung sa ancient egyptian is nakita nila yun base on the drawings sa wall. I'm not sure kung tama yung pagkakainterpret nila. Yun nga eh, parang kung itratrace mo, is parang *** sun ang God ang tinutukoy ng Ancient egypt so kung dun inadapt yung mga religion eh di parang myth lang ang lahat or yung sun din ang tinutukoy na God...
  • Admiral ConicAdmiral Conic Banned by Admin PExer
    yeah, unahin mo yung Dec 25th, birthday daw ng Panginoong Jesus.

    "the Feast of Christmas acquired its definitive form in the fourth century when it replaced the Roman Feast of the Sol invictus, the invincible sun.

    BENEDICT XVI

    GENERAL AUDIENCE

    Paul VI Audience Hall
    Wednesday, 23 December 2009"
  • beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
    yeah, unahin mo yung Dec 25th, birthday daw ng Panginoong Jesus.

    "the Feast of Christmas acquired its definitive form in the fourth century when it replaced the Roman Feast of the Sol invictus, the invincible sun.

    BENEDICT XVI

    GENERAL AUDIENCE

    Paul VI Audience Hall
    Wednesday, 23 December 2009"

    ayun dun sa napanood ko, kaya daw 25th december kasi yung day na yun ang sun is nag ririse ng 1 degree north. tapos yung 3 kings is the 3 stars na nakikita natin sa taas. Bali nagaalign sila kasama yung "star of the east" yung sinundan nila. December nangyayari yan.

    IMO, dapat hindi nila base sa ancient religion yun kasi parang lumalabas is pagan or myth ang nagigin basihan. Nung araw siyempre yung mga heavenly bodies ang sinasamba nila.
  • Admiral ConicAdmiral Conic Banned by Admin PExer
    yeah, kaya nga sa ibang post ko sabi ko ang RCC base sa paganism kasi sila yung kinu kwento dun sa Zeitgeist. Dapat wag malito, hindi ang religion ng Panginoong Jesus ang pinupuntirya ng Zeitgest kundi ang mga religion ngayon, namely RCC.

    pasintabi sa iyo kung RCC ka.
  • beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
    yeah, kaya nga sa ibang post ko sabi ko ang RCC base sa paganism kasi sila yung kinu kwento dun sa Zeitgeist. Dapat wag malito, hindi ang religion ng Panginoong Jesus ang pinupuntirya ng Zeitgest kundi ang mga religion ngayon, namely RCC.

    pasintabi sa iyo kung RCC ka.

    no problem, open naman ako sa mga ganyan. *okay*

    hmmmm, yung mga romans yata ang nag adapt eh. Malaking kahihiyan to kung ganun talaga..
  • beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
    yeah, kaya nga sa ibang post ko sabi ko ang RCC base sa paganism kasi sila yung kinu kwento dun sa Zeitgeist. Dapat wag malito, hindi ang religion ng Panginoong Jesus ang pinupuntirya ng Zeitgest kundi ang mga religion ngayon, namely RCC.

    pasintabi sa iyo kung RCC ka.

    no problem, open naman ako sa mga ganyan. *okay*

    hmmmm, yung mga romans yata ang nag adapt eh. Malaking kahihiyan to kung ganun talaga..
  • lansangellansangel MLPH Itlogger! PExer
    beavis13 wrote: »
    no problem, open naman ako sa mga ganyan. *okay*

    hmmmm, yung mga romans yata ang nag adapt eh. Malaking kahihiyan to kung ganun talaga..

    Hindi sa romans ang nagadapt. dito kasi tinanggap ng husto at naging base of operations ng early christians. at ang christians ang naging tawag sa mga sumusunod kay kristo ng mga taga-antioch (ultimo roman emperor hindi nakaligtas sa mga ito at tinawag siyang kambing). Hindi kasi natanggap ng Jews ang naging ideals ng Christians kaya from jerusalem, sa rome na sila napadpad (which a lot of bible scholars believe was started by St. Peter, since when St. Paul reached rome, christianity there was already flourishing and there was no other record in the Acts of the apostles about St. Peter after he left jerusalem after he recieved the vision).
  • hopeandeschatonhopeandeschaton Member PExer
    i asked my theology prof the same question. sabi ko sa kanya na may pagkahawig iyong myth of osiris sa resurrection ni jesus christ.

    pero maraming ginamit ang christianity from other religions. tinapat ang all souls day para iyong mga converted christians ay hindi pumunta sa samhain celebrations. the name easter at ang easter bunny ay galing kay eostre. the virgin birth was supposedly inspired by the different amours of greek gods with mortal women. the start of john kinda sounds like the greek logos. iyong death and resurrection ni jesus ay may mga kahalintulad sa mga myths under ng agrarian religions ni Joseph Campbell

    even sa old testament may galing sa other religions. the creation in genesis is heavily inspired by the enuma elish and gilgamesh
  • ebragaisebragais peace PExer
    Ito Ang Usapan Napakaganda Kung Ganitolang!
    Truly!! Na Appreciate Ko Ang Ganitong Usapan May Laman Pati Ako Maymatutunan Sana Ganito Na Lang Palagi Walang Bangayan Sa Terminology.

    Segi Kapatid Ipagpatuloy Nyo Ng Maayos At Sa Pagtatapos Maayos Parin. May Allah Guide You On The Right Path

    Assalamualaikum / Kapayapaan Sainyo
  • ebragaisebragais peace PExer
    Napakaganda Kung Ganito Lagi May Sense Ang Mga Sinasabi:

    Na Appreciate Ko Pag May Natutunan Ako Na Galing Sa Mga Kapatid Na Marunong Makipagusap - Walang Banganyan Saterminology May Presence Of Respect To Thier Faith.

    Segi Kapatid Ipagpatuloy Nyo Na Ng Maayos At Sa Hula Ay Maayos Parin ! Magtulungan Tayo Sa Pagsuri Ng Kaalaman
    Wag Sa Pakikipagtalakayang Walang Kabuluhan Na Gagamitan Ng Hindi Mabuting Pananlita Maging Edukado Tayo Sa Pinaguusapan Para Sa Kaligtasan Ng Sanlibutan.

    Assalamualaikum /kapayapaan Sainyo
  • beavis13beavis13 butthead PExer
    i asked my theology prof the same question. sabi ko sa kanya na may pagkahawig iyong myth of osiris sa resurrection ni jesus christ.

    pero maraming ginamit ang christianity from other religions. tinapat ang all souls day para iyong mga converted christians ay hindi pumunta sa samhain celebrations. the name easter at ang easter bunny ay galing kay eostre. the virgin birth was supposedly inspired by the different amours of greek gods with mortal women. the start of john kinda sounds like the greek logos. iyong death and resurrection ni jesus ay may mga kahalintulad sa mga myths under ng agrarian religions ni Joseph Campbell

    even sa old testament may galing sa other religions. the creation in genesis is heavily inspired by the enuma elish and gilgamesh

    i think yung kay Noah's ark and Gilgamesh yung may similarities...
  • quick_benquick_ben Primus Pullus PEx Rookie ⭐
    i asked my theology prof the same question. sabi ko sa kanya na may pagkahawig iyong myth of osiris sa resurrection ni jesus christ.

    pero maraming ginamit ang christianity from other religions. tinapat ang all souls day para iyong mga converted christians ay hindi pumunta sa samhain celebrations. the name easter at ang easter bunny ay galing kay eostre. the virgin birth was supposedly inspired by the different amours of greek gods with mortal women. the start of john kinda sounds like the greek logos. iyong death and resurrection ni jesus ay may mga kahalintulad sa mga myths under ng agrarian religions ni Joseph Campbell

    even sa old testament may galing sa other religions. the creation in genesis is heavily inspired by the enuma elish and gilgamesh

    Christianity, in order to be more acceptable to the people would would be compelled to convert to the newly established state religion of the Roman Empire, had to adapt customs and traditions that non-Christians deemed necessary in their lives. This is to curb discontent and to make it easier for non-Christians to adjust to and accept early Christianity, as all other religions have become illegal and not tolerated by the church leaders and supported by the Roman Emperor.

    You can see the effects of this policy/attitude, as adapted by the Catholic Church, here in the Philippines today, where pagan rituals like the Ati-atihan have evolved into a Catholic celebration or that thing in Quezon province where you see a carabao kneel in front of the image of Christ. That carabao used to kneel to Bathala (I think) and was allowed by the Spanish friars as a tradition to be retained by the natives as long as it kneels before the Christian god as a sign of superiority over the local religion.

    That is why Roman Catholicism has so much diversity in terms of local traditions and rituals from continent to continent, from country to country.

    That in itself made Catholicism a paradox: flexible when adapting local customs yet intolerant of anything outside its own dogma.

    Christmas celebrations around the world also demonstrate this policy/attitude. Think about it, majority of Christmas traditions has a distinctly Northern European feel about it. Christmas tree is a pine tree. Santa Claus and his elves? From the North Pole? Wasn't Christ supposed to be a Middle Easterner? A Semitic Jew, a cousin race of Arabs? It's because Christmas traditions were adapted from the Germanic celebration of Yule or Yule-tide.
  • aislinnaislinn la conqu?te de la princess PExer
    Another great documentary is "Out of Egypt".
    And then there's "Blood for the Gods".
  • BRENNNGBRENNNG Member PExer
    yeah, kaya nga sa ibang post ko sabi ko ang RCC base sa paganism kasi sila yung kinu kwento dun sa Zeitgeist. Dapat wag malito, hindi ang religion ng Panginoong Jesus ang pinupuntirya ng Zeitgest kundi ang mga religion ngayon, namely RCC.

    pasintabi sa iyo kung RCC ka.

    kahit naman ngayon sa lahat ng religious denomination yung offerings po ay ginaya sa pagan practice mula noon pa.
    may pinag kaiba ba? sa esensya yong mga naghahandog ng buhay na manok sa mga uri ng puno noon at yong mga pinaghahandog nyo sa mga templo nyo. na naging in the form of money na in modern times
    pagan practice po origin ng mga religious offerings.

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