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Egypt

 

Occurrences:  6  (Azrael’s Commentary - 9)

First Reference:  Beginnings 23:14

 

Now Ham went forth to the lands of Egypt, and they tarried there among a people which he had never seen before, for they were dark of skin and gentle in their ways.

 

 

See:  Ham, John the Baptizer

 

Summary:  The lands of Egypt have been historically significant throughout the dispensations. Scripture or Commentary mentions Egypt in relation to the following people or events:

 

•  Seth, the son of Adam, established twelve cities in Egypt, which cities later became a great empire.
AZC –
Adamic Council; Seth; Sethian Empire               1:3:21-28
 

•  Methuselah I led an extensive missionary effort in Egypt, reuniting remnants of the Adamic family.
AZC –
Methuselah I         

 

•  Ham, the son of Noah, led a missionary expedition south from Mount Ararat to the lands of Egypt.
B:23:4-18         B:24:4-6

 

•  The body of John the Baptizer was taken by Essene disciples to be buried in Elephantine, Egypt.
Y:5:49-50             AZC –
John the Baptizer    

 

•  The Nag Hammadi library was discovered in Egypt in 1945
W:29:17           Refer to:
True Gnostics vs Gnostic Christians

 

 

 

Notes/References:

 

49. So John perished in Machaerus, being beheaded at the word of Herod and his disciples, taking the body towards Egypt, buried him amidst great weeping.

50. And they mourned for him thirty days; in sackcloth and ashes did they lament the passing of the Essene.

Yeshua 5:49-50

 

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