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Logari Pujol: Jesus was born 3000 years before Christ

Logari Pujol: Jesus was born 3000 years before Christ

Upon discovering that the evangelists were copying the Egyptian tests, Logari Pujol was shocked and fell ill with

Victor-M. Amela / Victor-M. Amela, December 25, 2001

I am 62 years old and I was born in Taradella (Barcelona). I was a priest, now I am studying theology and researching the Egyptian sources of the Gospels. 23 years ago I married Claude-Brigitte Carcenac and we have two children, Laetitia, 20, and Joan Tomas, 14. I am agnostic. The evangelists have recreated the life of Jesus using Egyptian texts.

Logari Pujol loved Jesus so much that this love led him to the seminary in Vic (Barcelona), where he spent seven years and became a priest. But he needed to know even more about Jesus, to know everything, and therefore he went to the University of Strasbourg: he became a theologian, for ten years he studied biblical and Egyptian texts, at the Sorbonne he studied (as a student of Madame de Cenival) demotic letter to be able to read the texts in the original. Upon discovering that evangelicals were copying Egyptian texts, he was shocked and ill. He lost his faith, left the rank. He married his classmate, and together they wrote the book “Jesus, 3000 years before Christ. A Pharaoh named Jesus”: “In fact, this is a study of comparative literature …”. And he continues: “

– Christmas: The Son of God was born.

-But not 2000 thousand years ago.

– There is a mistake in the calendar in two or three years, right?

-No, I mean the following: it’s about five thousand years! The idea of ​​the Son of God was born three thousand years before Christ….

– How so? What Son of God are you talking about?

-About Pharaoh! We are talking about the figure of the Pharaoh of the Ancient Kingdom of Egypt: he was considered “the son of God”.

– I don’t see a connection between Pharaoh and Jesus.

-It is as follows: incidents and some features characteristic of Pharaoh are attributed to Jesus.

– Ok, maybe there are coincidences, but … –

Parallels are endless!

– Let’s see.

-Already 3000 years B.C. Pharaoh was considered the son of God, as was then Jesus. Pharaoh was both a man and a deity, as then did Jesus. Pharaoh was a mediator between gods and people, like Jesus then …. Pharaoh is resurrected: as then did Jesus. Pharaoh ascends to heaven: like Jesus….

– Is Jesus a clone of Pharaoh? What nonsense….

-Do you know the prayer about which they say that Jesus created it and taught us – “Our Father”?

– Of course: “Our Father, Who art in heaven! Hallowed be Thy name …”.

– This prayer is found in an Egyptian text dated 1000 BC known as the “Prayer of the Blind”! In the same text is what will later become the Grace of Jesus. Listen to me:

– Yes? Is this really so?

-And not only this: also the monotheism of Pharaoh Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV, 1360 BC) was introduced into the Old Testament (600 years BC).

– Back to Jesus, his divine essence….

-Theogamy (divine conjugal union) comes from Egypt: the queen conceives a new pharaoh from God. There is one Egyptian text written in demotic script and dated 550 BC, “The Satni Myth”, which tells the following: “The shadow of God appeared before Mahitusket and announced: you will have a son and he will be named Sa- Osiris! “Doesn’t this remind you of anything?

– Angel of the Annunciation, Mary … –

Very good. Tell you what the name Mahitusquet means?” Blessed “! And Si-Osiris means”

– So…. And who is Sutney from this legend?

-Mahitusquet’s husband. “Satni” means “the one who worships God”: just like Joseph, who is called “pious” in the Gospel, will then honor him ….

– Then Jesus will want to kill Herod …

– In Egyptian mythology, Set wants to kill the baby Horus and his mother, Iset, is forced to flee with him: just like the Holy Family flees to Egypt!

– And gold, incense and myrrh, what is it?

-The Egyptians treated them as personifications of the god Ra: gold was his flesh, incense was his fragrance, myrrh was his sprouts.

– And the shepherds?

-The image of the good shepherd is found hundreds of times in Egyptian temples!

– And the circumcision of Jesus?

-It was a ritual common among the Egyptian priests. In Satni’s tale, 12-year-old Si-Osiris argues with the wise men from the temple. Just as the Gospel tells us about Jesus later!

– What can you say about the baptism of Christ?

-Look at this picture of a priest: he performs this rite over the Pharaoh in the waters of the Nile….

– Look, it all fits!

-All of this is in ancient papyri, Egyptian bas-reliefs and drawings. Look at this, dated 300 BC: Ptolemy stands opposite Iset (Isis), and Iset says to him: “I will give you all the kingdoms of the Earth.” “In the Gospel, Satan will tempt Jesus by repeating this phrase word for word!

– What can you say about the miracles performed by Jesus?

-Look at this painting of the bench. It is located in the tomb of Pakhir (1500 BC), and it shows the transformation of water into wine by the Pharaoh. The same miracle that Jesus performed at the wedding in Cana of Galilee! And count the jugs….

– One, two, three…. six jugs. So what?

-In the miracle performed by Jesus, there were also six jugs. Theologians still ask why six? Because they were reproduced from the Egyptian story.

– Pharaoh also performed a miracle about loaves and fish?

-No, God Sebek did it, as it is described in the “Pyramid Texts” dated 3000 BC! Sebek is a crocodile god who distributed fish and bread to people who lived in the Fayum oasis…. And he walked on water!

– Yes, I understand….

-Funny detail: the researchers made the following discovery – in the Gothic paintings with scenes of magical fishing by the apostles, the fish depicted are “tilapias niloticas”, a species that lives only in the Nile!

– Any other parallel?

-The myth of Sinuch (2000 BC): this is a prince who is afraid to rule, leaves the palace in the desert, where he lives among the Bedouins and adversity …

– But Jesus enters Jerusalem triumphantly!

-Yes, as a “king” … and riding a donkey. That is, as the conqueror of evil: Seth was a donkey in Egypt, the god who killed Osiris, whose son, Horus, turns him into a donkey and sits astride.

– And the Last Supper?

-Osiris, the patron god of crops, dying every year gave the Egyptians the opportunity to eat their flesh (bread). And in the “Pyramid Texts” he is also called “The Lord of Wine”. Osiris gives Iset (Isis) to drink his blood from a glass so that she will recognize him after death!

– Is the resurrection and ascension of Jesus also tracing copies from Egyptian mythology?

-I think so: there was a ritual of “resurrection” of the dead pharaoh, women took part in it, as a result of which the ruler “ascended to heaven.”

– Did Jesus reproduce these models for consciousness, or were they then introduced by the evangelists?

-My thesis is different: the Gospels were compiled by erudite priests, Jews and Egyptians, from the Temple of Serapis in Sakkara (Egypt), they reproduced the texts of the Egyptian texts word for word. I will tell all this in my book….