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All Christian monasticism stems, either directly or indirectly, from the Egyptian example: Saint Basil, organiser of the monastic movement in Asia minor visited Egypt around 357 A.D. and his rule is followed by the eastern Churches; Saint Jerome, who translated the Bible into Latin, came to Egypt around 400 A.D. and left details of his ...

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This is not directly in the Torah. It is a Midrash, based on a verse. In Exodus 2:12, we are told that Moses kills an Egyptian: "He turned this way and that and, seeing no one about, he struck down the Egyptian and hid him in the sand." The Midrash (Tanchuma Shemot 10) tells us that he killed him using a Divine name of G-d.

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AMUN: Variant spelling of Greek Ammon, a form of Egyptian Yamanu, the myth name of a god of wind and air, meaning "the hidden one." AMYAS : Variant spelling of Hebrew Amias , meaning "my people have been gathered in (reunited)."

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The ancient Egyptians saw how these beetles (scarabs) lived and emerged from dry ground and used this as a metaphor for the entombing and resurrection of their mummies. In this way the beetle became the Egyptian symbol for rebirth, the ability to be reborn. The Lotus Flower Symbol The lotus flower closes at night and then sinks underwater. Native American Afterlife Mythology Native American beliefs about the afterlife vary greatly from tribe to tribe. In the traditions of many Native American tribes, the souls of the dead pass into a spirit world, where they can occasionally still communicate with the living through dreams or the intercession of medicine people.

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03/18: The Power of the Throne of Grace in Prayer, Part 5 (Praying Through the Bible #397) 03/20: How to Stay the Coronavirus Plague #2. 03/21: How to Hope: Lessons from the Israelites and Their Messianic Expectation, Part 38 (Second Coming Chapel Sermon #253) 03/22: Exhortations for Saints and Sinners as They Shelter in Place Due to the Plague For more information about the general charcteristics of the Egyptian Goddesses, I recommend following the above link. Egyptian Goddess List Names A-Z. Amaunet - The Ogdoad Goddess of the North wind, this carried the rain, she was the female form of the originally androgynous God Amun. (Amonet, Amentet, Amentit, Imentet, Imentit, and Ament)

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