Theban Christianity Vs Judeo Christianity. Part (1)

Throughout my life, many have asked me, what is the difference between my faith and being a Judeo Christian. As a minister, and priest of the Theban Christian faith, the differences shock many, for our faith is nothing like the Judeo Christian faith.


We both believe in the same Yeshua, or “Jesus” who while on earth stated he was the Son of the Creator, but that is where beliefs end. Judeo Christians believe the Father of Jesus to be the Jewish God, while Theban Christians believe the Father of Jesus to be the Lord of Creation, said to be Amen or “Ra” within the ancient sacred words of Egyptian faith.

Many have asked me, why would Jesus be born amongst the Jewish peoples “if,” he was the divine one mentioned within the prophecy of Egyptian sacred words. Simple. The Jewish peoples became and “were” the chosen ones of the Lord in heaven when the Amen faith was abolished by the Pharaoh Akhenaton in the 14th century b.c. Whether many have bothered to study the truth in depth, many of the ancient Hebrews worshiped the Creator as being Amen, while many others did not.

After the Exodus, this became apparent when the tribes of Israel split into two rebelling factions. The Pharaoh Akhenaton himself, was a rebel and rebelled against everything his earthly father, Amenhotep the third, had accomplished and done for the faith in Amen. It was he who built up much of the faith within Thebes, Egypt and built a Temple to Amen there. Since 1586 b.c, the peoples of Egypt worshiped Amen as the Father of Creation, the faith having been created from a vision at the Sphinx to Ahmose the first.

For over 108 years the peoples of Egypt had lived as conquered peoples under the rule of a peoples called, Hyksos. At the Sphinx, Ahmose the first was called upon by the Lord and told who he was and that if he worshiped and taught the peoples of Egypt of him, that he would give him all that was within his sight to rule over. Ahmose the first, conquered the Hyksos, and again, Egypt was under the rule of a native Pharaoh.