By accepting the idea of the deification of the human being, yet rejecting the notion of the divinity of Nature, Greek thought was fated and the corruption of the KRST (Christ) became inevitable. Attaining self-mastery or personal divinity will remain an incomplete and unrealizable task without the conscious realization of the divinity of the world (Nature), since the divine self has to be harmoniously integrated into a divine world (Nature). A KRST rarely develops in a dysfunctional society.
From its language to its sacred texts, Judaism borrowed from Kemet. To begin with, its founder, Moses, was a native Kemau and follower of Atenism. Since Moses was a Kemau, it is reasonable to expect that he imparted his traditions and beliefs to his followers. The following are examples: Judaism embraced Atenism’s stress on monotheism; celebrated the Kemetic seasonal rite of the vernal equinox (Passover); adopted circumcision; derived nine of its ten commandments from Kemet (seven from the Declarations of Innocence and two from Atenism); copied Old Testament verses almost verbatim from Kemetic literature; modeled the Temple of Solomon and its Ark of the Covenant on the Temple of Karnak and the sacred ark to Amen-Ra.
Further bastardizing Kemetic ideas already perverted by the Greeks, the Romans — people deficient in spiritual understanding — replaced Kemetic cosmology with a crass materialistic religion. The Romans created a belief system predicated on individual self-interest grounded in their concept of imperium — a justification of “might over right,” an affirmation of the cold climate mentality. With the Roman Empire’s establishment of the Roman Catholic Church, the Roman imperium would become the Christian imperium and be enforced through a new empire, Christendom. Now the human being could only realize his or her divinity through the “Grace of God,” a concept that practically removed all divine vestiges from the human being and placed them in a distant God who was detached from Nature.
Even Islam, which I did not cover in my Distorted Truths, was based on Afrikan cosmology, as Wesley Muhammed is presently documenting. Before the Aryan invasion from the north subjugated, and mixed with the Afrikans or Sabean of the south, producing the modern “Arab” the Afrikan influences dominated the peninsula. The Sabean Kingdom was a matrifocal society with male and female deities. Long before Allah, the people of Arabia worship the female deity All'at. The prophet Muhammed's family were devotees to her. Another female deity, El'Ka'ba, whose shrine was the jet black stone at Mecca, was worshipped throughout the land. (Her name is in fact a reference to the two parts (Ka and Ba) of the Kemetic soul.) Even after Islam was founded, Afrikans continued to inspire and influence it. Mihdja, a Black man, is said to be the first Muslim killed in battle while another, Bilal, is regarded as a "third of the faith." And Dhu'l-Nun al-Misri, born in Upper Egypt near Sudan, is regarded as the founder of Sufism.
Now look at the map. How is it that we have forsaken our spirituality for religions that derived from our spirituality? These religions have attacked the feminine principle and displaced the centrality of women within our cultures. We think that we are religiously richer but if you look at our condition in the world we are materially and spiritually poorer. We seem to have fallen and we can't get up. My point is if “polytheism” could produce Kemet, then it was a via and productive system we should revise and reincorporate into our lives.
P.S. This requires that traditional Afrikan spiritualist unite into ONE system. This will serve as a center of power that we can build upon.