Archaeologist: Egyptian religion forms the roots of Jewish, Christian, Islamic religious tree

As has been the claim by some for decades and centuries…

In the History Channel video below, an Arab-Egyptian archaeologist inside the pyramid of King Teti (c. 2345-2333 BCE), where early inscriptions of the ancient Egyptian sacred writings called the Pyramid Texts can be found, makes the following remarks:

“Everybody was believing he will stand in front of [the] gods, and he swears, ‘I am [an] honest guy. I didn’t do anything bad to my neighbors. I never polluted the River Nile water. I never looked at my neighbor’s wife… At the end they are weighing his heart, and if he’s a good guy, he will go to paradise. If he’s a bad guy, [he'll] have to get punished.”

The host comments, “So the same idea of sin existed here in the Egyptian times as it does later in Christian and all the other – “

The archaeologist responds, “I believe that religion is just one tree, and we have many branches – Islam, Christianity, and Jews – so it is a main tree. Here are the roots.”

Host: “King Teti’s body was stolen long ago, but his instructions to heaven remain in perfect condition. These ancient carvings are the oldest known form of religious writings: the Greek myths, the Bible, the Koran – all began here.”

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