Egyptian influence on Christianity radio show

Right now and all weekend will be a replay of my radio discussion with Miguel Conner about my book Christ in Egypt!

Here is the “teaser”:

At that link, Miguel writes:

Our rebroadcast is “The Egyptian Influence on Gnosticism & Christianity.” Virgin, cutting-edge evidence finally reveals the stunning span, sophistication and influence of the ancient Egyptian Culture. It affected most of the ancient world in innumerable ways. We reveal the prowess of a civilization that thrived longer than imagined, existing many thousands of years longer than the Christian era. We take a journey in time through the grandeur of Ancient Egypt all the way to its demise at the hands of Orthodoxy. We also expose how Christianity, on the exoteric side, and Gnosticism, on the esoteric side, was already mature long before the birth of Jesus Christ in the manifestations and theologies of Horus, Osiris, Isis, Shu, Anubis, Ra and other savior deities. Our guest was Acharya S, author of Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection, Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of The Christ and Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled.

Here is the link where the show is playing right now and all weekend:

At the link above, you should see a box that says “Aeon Byte” and underneath “Options.” Under that will be my show, the second one down, entitled in (barely legible) orange font:

“Egyptian Influence on Gnosticism and Christianity by Acharya S”

Click on that link, and the show should come up, with the help of Quick Time.



  1. Book (Christ in Egypt) is a stolen idea of the book, “Jesus found in Egypt” written by reknown author of over600 profound books and master teacher Dr. Malachi Z. York 33°/720°

    1. Sorry, but that is simply FALSE. I have never read anything by Malachi York, except to peruse it by request from someone asking my opinion. My work has nothing whatsoever to do with his books. The fact is that Christianity was based significantly on Egyptian religion – the information comes from the historical and archaeological record, not from any modern author.

      It is bad form to go around telling lies about someone’s work you clearly do not know.

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