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Future of God Amen
Beginning of the Creation of God
Philosophy Book in English

 

Future of God Amen
A Call to Daughters and Sons of God
Philosophy and History Book in English
Forewords: Ahreeman X
Author: Nicholas Ginex
Nicholas Ginex
nickginex@gmail.com
August 3, 2015


Future of God Amen Book by Nicholas Ginex

IPC Philosophy presents:

Future of God Amen

“Knowledge without action means nothing.”
(Nicholas Ginex)

Forewords

“Future of God Amen” is a “Time Travel” throughout the past, the present and the future to ponder deep and to discover many untold and important hidden facts about the roots of the entity we refer to as “God”.


Amen AKA Amun AKA Amon
Amen the Egyptian God
Amen the Beginning of the Creation of God

“Future of God Amen” is a travel through human history, science and civilization. Once this journey is over, then the reader may find the answers to the fundamental questions of the philosophy:

Where did God come from?
Where did we come from?
What is our purpose?
What is the future of mankind?
What is the future of God?
And indeed:

Is Amen AKA Amun, the beginning of the creation of God?

One must read, ponder and discover, thus remaining in darkness is not the solution!


Tutankhamun Pharaoh of Egypt
The Great King Tut

I strongly recommend the reading of this wonderful historical and philosophical book to all. This book is an exciting travel through the history of Religion, Egyptology, Theology, Science and Philosophy. This book makes you seek for more knowledge and it surely makes you think about the “Big Picture”. Reading of this book expands your philosophical views and turns you on to some new views about the world and philosophical aspects of life.

Now, this valuable book by Nicholas Ginex is available for free to read online. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. Let’s travel with Ginex through new horizons ……

Amen!

Dr. X

About the Author

Nicholas Ginex is an Aerospace Engineer, Scientist, Egyptologist, Author and a Philosopher.

Nicholas Ginex is a retired Electrical Engineer with an MBA in Finance. He worked in design and distinguished himself in the support disciplines of Maintainability and Configuration Management (CM). As CM Manager of software and hardware products at top aerospace and commercial companies, his planning and organizational skills were applied for the successful operation of entire engineering projects.


Ankh, the Egyptian Hieroglyphics Symbol for Life
Golden Ankh – Key of Life

Now Nicholas writes articles and books on History of Religion, Politics, Islam, Current Affairs and Philosophy.

Why read this book?

♦ Inform people that the soul, righteousness, truth, a hereafter, the God Amen, and Son of God, were developed by the religion of Ancient Egypt.

♦ Reveal that Jesus Christ acknowledged Amen in Revelation 3:14 as, “the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God.”

♦ Motivate religious leaders of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions to accept Amen as a common bond to work together for religious unity.

♦ Energize religious leaders to eliminate separatism between their religions and prevent the loss of belief in God by a more discerning people.

♦ Assist Judaic, Christian, and Islamic unification efforts. As an aid, copies of this book have been mailed to 123 religious leaders

♦ Initiate a Council for Religious Unity that provides a forum for Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religious leaders to unify their beliefs with the assistance of Daughters and Sons of God

♦ Emphasize religious leaders are required to teach our sisters and brothers, from every nation, to love and support one another.

♦ Base religious beliefs with truth about their beginnings so that religion and science will advance on a parallel path in the quest to know God.

♦ Encourage religious leaders preserve the spiritual nature of mankind. A silent position will continue bigotry, hatred, violence, and invite terrorism that threatens the very survival of human life and indeed, our planet.

Mike Voyce Commendation

Mike Voyce Retired Lawyer, Author, Radio-Talk Host, and Teacher – July, 2012

► Let me say I now understand the difficulties of a reviewer faced with a book of true originality, depth and scale. It is not like any other book I have read, and for that reason alone it is a must read for anyone with any interest in any part of the Western religious tradition; embracing Judaism, Christianity and Islam, or any section of those religions. Let me say again, unless you are entirely uninterested in the religions and culture of the West and the Middle-East, you owe it to yourself to read this book.

► I remember when that sensational volume, `The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail,' came out, it sold in the tens of millions of copies; and that book was based on the limited proposition the Mary Magdalene had born Christ's child and produced a bloodline which could be traced into modern times. The scale and potential importance of the Future of God Amen is very much greater.

► What Nicholas Ginex's book does is create a framework, spanning many thousands of years, in which you can place the development of religious ideas. You can trace components of each of the three Western religions, making it possible to compare, contrast and evaluate the expression of these ideas. I have absolutely no doubt, if this book is taken seriously, it can add a depth and richness to the quality of each of these religions and the understanding of the followers of any one of them for the others.

► By the way, the book is neither critical nor judgmental; at no point does it say "you must take this view," or that one religion has it right and others do not. It simply lays out major ideas of religion, where they came from and how they were developed.

► In these days of very rapid change and consequent conflict, with the awful tensions and misery of the Palestinian question seeming perpetually entrenched, there is an obvious need to realize that no religious inspiration or tradition should isolate its followers from the rest of Humanity. By putting the development of religious ideas into the context of Egyptian and post Egyptian history, Future of God Amen makes this possible. On reading his reasons for writing the book, on Mr. Ginex's website: Future of God Amen. I naturally felt they were unreasonably ambitious; I no longer feel that.

► Myself, having used inspiration to write a book, and talking about inspiration regularly on an Internet radio show, I believe I can recognize it when I read it. Inspiration shows itself in the richness and range of what comes through, completely unlike a conscious invention or rehearsal of dull facts. The scale of the inspiration here is awesome, and I think Nicholas Ginex is still in awe of it himself; it shows in his need to reference, credit and give details.

► I elected to read Future of God Amen in an e-format; as my copy stands the notes can get in the way a little, it's a minor point and one which does not apply to a paper edition. In a way these notes are endearing, showing Nicholas at pains to be open and truthful, and I have no doubt he is. His care to develop his story through the book carries you with him, and drops `pennies' into place in your mind, regularly, as it goes.

► Unlike radio and television, if you read a book you give your time and yourself to it. For me, at least, the investment should be worthwhile. With so many books released today I feel that investment is not worthwhile. On the other hand, you must never give up hope, for there are still books released today which can genuinely change your life, Future of God Amen is one of them.

► It is Nicholas' style to give you examples, and I can practically hear him wishing me to do so now. To be honest, it would be a mammoth task to do justice to his book in this way, but let me make a point about the title; Future of God Amen takes that one word, the derivation and meaning of which few of us know, right back to the Egyptian ultimate creator God, Amon.

► "It is conceivable that God was at work from the very beginning by first introducing Himself to the Egyptians as the god of creation, Atum. This god, venerated as two phases of the sun, Atum and Kheprer, later became Atum-Re. As the Priesthood developed a high moral code of conduct that offered the promise of eternal life, Atum-Re became Amon-Re, the principle god of Egypt. By 1270 BCE, the Priesthood of Amon proclaimed, "Amon As the Sole God" of all creation.  Today, many worshippers are unaware that they revere Amon as they announce his name as Amen in temples, churches, and mosques. They have been misled by religious leaders who continue to ignore the words of Jesus Christ stated in John's Revelation 3:14. There, Jesus proclaimed Amen as, "the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God." Rather than reveal the truth, religious leaders have taught their worshippers that Amen means, "So be it.""

► This is a book for every Jew, Christian and Muslim. Having myself looked in some detail at the initiation of a pre-dynastic Egyptian priest; I could wish Nicholas had given more time to the development of Egyptian pan-theistic beliefs - that must be the subject for another work.

I commend this book to you.

Mike Voyce

Prologue

Righteousness was an established concept over 3,000 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. During the 27th century BCE, the Grand Vizier Ptahhotep of Memphis instructed the Pharaoh of Upper and Lower Egypt:

“Established is the man whose standard is righteousness, who walketh according to its way.” 1


Ankh Diagram
Ankh, the Egyptian Symbol for the Key of Life

Throughout the Egyptian ages, righteousness and the moral and spiritual values that sprang from it has influenced the development of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions.

The Egyptians integrated the ideals of truth, justice, righteousness, the soul, a hereafter, and infused them into the belief of God. As far back as 3,000 BCE, the Egyptian Priesthood used these beliefs to institute a morality that has been instrumental in the development of their civilization and enhance the spiritual nature of their people.

This book reveals that ancient Egypt was the first civilization that conceived the concept of one, universal God – the Maker of all mankind, Creator and Maker of all that is. 2

His name is announced as Amen in temples, churches, and mosques at the end of a prayer, supplication, and expression of thanks. The origin of Amen is unknown by many worshippers and religious leaders ignore or misinterpret

Amen. The historical facts provided in this book are confirmed by Jesus Christ, who proclaimed Amen as,

The faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God.” 3

This book appeals to leaders of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions to respect and honor the words of Jesus Christ. When they have accepted Amen as the beginning of the creation of God, they will be ready to work together to unify their beliefs and revise their Scriptures with changes our civilization sorely needs.

Future of God Amen was written to one day bring Jews, Muslims and Christians together in a world community where sisters and brothers, from all nations, love and assist one another. It issues a call to Daughters and Sons of God to assist religious leaders with perceptiveness, truth, and love of mankind.

It is an important task for me to try to reveal for you the perceptions and ideas that have added to my understanding of life both on a physical and spiritual plane. The underlying motivation is a search for truth about our past and how it has affected our daily lives. Truth is not, at least in my mind, a fixed concept. It is like everything else in life that is affected by change. As we gain more experience with our world, we refine our concepts and ideas. This is true in the sciences whereby one theory is improved until it may need to be replaced by another more universal theory that takes into account the nuisances that do exist and must be addressed.

By describing how Egypt’s spiritual growth led to the formalized religions of today, I believe that there is much for the reader to learn from this book. My research has led me to provide findings, conclusions, and hypothetical scenarios that are based and grounded with facts that have been surfaced by some of the most respected Egyptologists and historians. A review of the Bibliography will verify that my resources have been provided by exceptionally respected and highly qualified people.

Upon reading this book, if you have found that the linkages of thought have been presented in a fair, straight-forward, and truthful manner, with a tone of respect for the major religions discussed, it behooves you to share this book with others. Ideas, information of value, become lost if they are not communicated. This book was mailed with a letter to 123 religious leaders requesting that they join or support a Council for Religious Unity.

My dear readers, because religious leaders have been reluctant to work together, you are needed to pressure them to Wake Up and follow the Word of God. This book has made it very clear that scripture is not cast in concrete. It has been revised by the Egyptian Priesthood many times until, by the reign of Ramses II, the concept of Amon as the Sole God was written. When the major religions:

• agree that their religion is not the only true religion,

• release their hold on the minds of people by allowing them the freedom to explore all avenues of knowledge,

• are willing to agree that they all pray to the same God,

• realize that they all have a common bond verified by Jesus
Christ, whereby

Amen “is the beginning of the creation of God”,

Then - with the help of Daughters and Sons of God, they will be ready to teach our sisters and brothers, from every nation, to love and assist one another.

Footnotes:
1 James H. Breasted, The Dawn of Conscience, Page vii.
2 James B. Pritchard, edited by, Ancient Near Eastern Texts, A Hymn to Amon-Re, Pages 365-367
3 Jesus Christ, Holy Bible, King James Version, Revelation 3:14


Amen the Beginning of God
Amen AKA Amun the Egyptian God - Traditional Interpretation

Table of Contents

Prologue
Foreword

1.0 Reasons for this Book
1.1 The Allegorical Tree, an Acknowledgement
1.2 The Confrontation between Science and Religion
1.2.1 Religious Intimidation Is Much Milder Today
1.2.2 Burned At the Stake, a Spirit Surfaces
1.2.3 A Former Dominican Friar and His Beliefs
1.2.4 Religious Domination Over Science
1.2.5 From Religious Heretic to Sainthood
1.3 The Mutual Benefits between Church and State
1.4 Monotheistic Religions Worship the Same God
1.5 To Bury the Past is a Dishonest Act
1.6 A Father Seeks to Reveal Truths to All

2.0 An Overview of Egyptian History
2.1 We Use the Egyptian Calendar Everyday
2.2 Development of Spiritual Beliefs
2.2.1 From Nomad Hunters to Civilized Communal Life
2.2.2 The Earliest Settlers, the Tasians
2.2.3 Ancestors of the Predynastic Egyptians
2.2.4 Development of the Predynastic Period
2.2.5 The Gerzean Culture Dominates
2.2.6 Nubians, the Stimulus for Egypt’s Unity

3.0 Religious Concepts of the Egyptians
3.1 Commonality of Mortuary Beliefs
3.2 Early Influence of the Priesthood
3.3 The Creation Concept and the God Atum-Re
3.4 Concept of a Soul
3.4.1 The Ka, the Living Soul of an Entity
3.4.2 The Ba, the Soul After Death
3.4.3 The Heavenly Being and Spiritual Body
3.5 Concept of a Hereafter
3.5.1 The Osiris and Seth Dichotomy
3.5.2 The Concept of Resurrection
3.5.3 Heaven On Earth In the NetherWorld
3.6 Egyptian Morality and the Ten Commandments
3.7 The Son of God Concept
3.7.1 Horus, a Principal, Primeval God
3.7.2 The King Becomes Son of Horus
3.7.3 Power Exerted by the Kings
3.7.4 The Kings as Gods in Heaven
3.7.5 Pharaoh Becomes God of the Heavens and Earth

4.0 Father of the One God Concept
4.1 Amenhotep IV Becomes Ikhnaton for His God
4.1.1 Ikhnaton’s Temples and Hymns to Aton
4.1.2 The Naivety of Ikhnaton
4.2 The Ignoble End of Ikhnaton’s Reign
 
5.0 Power of the Priesthood
5.1 Wealth and Power of the Amon Priesthood
5.1.1 The Extensive Wealth of the Priesthood
5.1.2 Egypt’s Ruling Priest, Amenemopet
5.1.2.1 Amenemopet is followed by Siamon
5.1.2.2 Did Amenemopet Assist the Israelites?
5.2 Amenemopet and Hebrew Scripture
5.2.1 The Sharing of Egyptian Scripture
5.2.2 A Natural Coincidence.

6.0 Amen, the Universal God
6.1 Amen, a God and a Revered Word
6.1.1 So be it
6.1.2 Amen, a Revered God
6.1.3 The Origin of Amen
6.1.4 The Pyramid Texts
6.1.5 The Attributes of Amen
6.1.5.1 Amen, the Universal God
6.1.5.2 Amen, the God of Creation
6.1.5.3 Amen, God of War
6.1.5.4 Amen, God of Perception
6.1.5.5 Amen Heals and Responds to Prayer
6.1.5.6 Amen, God of Mercy
6.1.5.7 Amen, the Just of Councils
6.1.5.8 Amen, the Lord of Truth
6.1.5.9 Amen, God of Righteousness and Justice
6.1.6 The Attribute of Love

7.0 Egyptian Roots of the Jewish Religion
7.1 Did Abraham Support the Hyksos?
7.2 Father of the Hebrew People
7.2.1 What We Know and Don’t Know About Abram
7.2.2 What was Abraham’s Status among the Semites?
7.2.3 Abraham Deceives the Pharaoh
7.2.4 Again Abraham Perpetuates a Lie
7.2.5 Why Does the Covenant Require Circumcision?
7.2.6 Use of God for Material Gain
7.3 Founder of the Judaic Religion
7.3.1 What Do We Know About Moses?
7.3.2 The Impulsive Sins of Moses
7.4 Judaism has its Roots in the Egyptian Religion
7.4.1 In the Beginning
7.4.2 O Lord, How Manifold Are Thy Works!
7.4.3 How Original Are the Ten Commandments?
7.5 Evolution of the Hebrew Testament
7.5.1 The Biblical Contributions by King Josiah
7.5.2 The Finalized Bible by Ezra and Nehemiah
7.6 Judaism Conceived the Holy Spirit

8.0 Catholicism Evolves from Judaism
8.1 What Events Initiated Writing of the Gospels?
8.2 The Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John
8.2.1 The Gospel of Mark.
8.2.2 The Gospel of Matthew.
8.2.3 The Gospel of Luke
8.2.4 The Gospel of John
8.3 The Word of God
8.4 Son of God and His Message
8.5 Concept of Salvation
8.6 Other Sons of God
8.7 Concept of the Trinity
8.8 Born in Sin is a Blasphemous Doctrine
8.9 Jesus refers to Himself as Son of God in John

9.0 Islam Evolves from Judaic and Christian Beliefs
9.1 The Religious Arabian Culture prior to Islam
9.2 Who was Muhammad?
9.3 The Qur’an was imparted by an Angel of God
9.3.1 What the Qur’an Reveals
9.3.2 Muhammad Uses the Qur’an to Spread Islam
9.4 Islam Spreads by Conquering Other Countries
9.4.1 Muslim Conquests under the First Caliph
9.4.2 Muslim Conquests under the Second Caliph
9.4.3 A Muslim Empire by the 4th Caliph
9.5 The Qur’an, its Beauty and its Flaws

10.0 God of Future Generations
10.1 Need to Revise and Improve Religious Beliefs
10.2 Conclusions and Recommendations
10.3 Revisions Needed in the Holy Scriptures
10.4 Revelation, Jesus Christ, and Amen
10.4.1 The Acknowledgement of Amen by Jesus Christ
10.4.2 Today’s World Needs a Religious Renaissance
10.5 Sons and Daughters of God

Epilogue
Bibliography
Index
List of Illustrations
List of Tables


Amen the Future of God
Amen AKA Amun the Egyptian God - Modern Interpretation

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