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The first section of Gerald Massey's 1907 "Egyptian to Christian" appendix section. [1]
In religio-mythology, Egyptian-to-Christian transliteration, as compared to Christian to Egyptian transliteration, refers to []

In 1907, Gerald Massey, in his The Natural Genesis, devoted an appendix section, the first page of which is shown adjacent, to the first attempt an Egyptian to Christian transliteration of concepts and characters. [1]

● The Mysteries = The miracles.
● The Sem, or mythical representations = The parables.
● The Ritual as the book of resurrection = The Book of Revelation.
● The sayings of Iu or Iu-em-hetep = The sayings of Jesus
● Huhi the father in heaven as the eternal, a title of Atum-Ra = Ihuh, the father in heaven as the eternal.
● Ra the holy spirit = God the Holy Ghost.
● Ra the father of Iu the Su, or son of God, with the hawk or dove as the bird of the holy spirit = God, the Father of Jesus, with the dove as the bird of the Holy Spirit.
● Iu or Horus, the manifesting son of god = Jesus the manifesting Son of God.
● The trinity of Atum (or Osiris) the father, Horus (or Iu) the son, and Ra the holy spirit
● Iu-Su or Iusa, the coming son of Iusaaas, who was the grat with Isua or Iusu = Jesus
● The ever-coming Messu or Child as Egyptian = The Hebrew Messianic Child.
● Horus (or Heru), the Lord by name, as child = Child-Jesus as the Lord by name (Gospels of the Infancy)
● Isis, the virgin mother of Iu, her Su or sun = Mary the virgin mother of Jesus
● The first Horus as Child of the Virgin, the second as son of Ra, the father = Jesus as the Virgin’s child, the Christ as the son of the father
● The first Horus as the founder, second as fulfiller for the father = Jesus as the founder, and the Christ as fulfiller for the father
● The two mothers of Child-Horus, Isis and Nephthys, who were two sisters = The two mothers of Child-Jesus, who were sisters
● Meri or Nut. the mother-heaven = Mary, as Regina Caeli

Some of these, more of which are listed in Massey's appendix, as we see are pretty crude, but nevertheless a decent first draft.

In 2010, Libb Thims, in dependent of Massey, for the mos part, was listing, in posts (Ѻ), Egyptian to Christian transliteration as follows:

Flood (120 annual Nile flood) → 120 days of the Biblical flood
Nun (mound that arose out of the flood) → Noah
Ra (sun or god that burst forth out of the mound) → Abraham (Father - Ra - son on Nun)
Bennu bird (that carried Ra on its head) → Doves (the 3 birds that Noah released from the Ark to see if land has arose from the flood)
Osiris (great grandson of Ra) → God
Horus (sun of Osiris) → Jesus
Isis (Stella Maris) → Mary
Breath of Atum → Holy Spirit
Set → Devil
Passion of Osiris” → “Passion of Christ”
42 Negative confessions → 10 Commandments
14 pieces of Osiris → 14 tribes of Israel
Akhenaten (or his priest) + Horus-the-child → Moses
BaSoul (of a person)
KaSpirit (of a person)

The "breath of Atum" equals "holy spirit" assertion made here, to note, seems to be incorrect, per gained view that if it is the "Holy Spirit" that impregnates the "Virgin Mary" than this is a god reduction morph of an aspect of the black rite resurrection sex creation of Horus enactment.

Christian-to-Egyptian transliteration
The following is an up-to-date Christian-to-Egyptian transliteration and transcription of the main characters of Christianity in their original form, ordered chronologically as they appear in the Bible:

Greek mythologyHinduismIslamEgyptian Mythology
Physical ModelScholar

AdamPrometheus (heat)

Eve Pandora (box)

Spirit / Breath

MaNuNuhGod NunNile River

BrahmaIbrahimGod RaSunCharles King (1864)
Karl Anderson (1892)
Libb Thims (2003)

SaraswatiSaraGoddess IsisSirius

Joseph | Jo-Seph

God Geb (Seb)Earth

Joshua | Jo-Shua

God ShuAirLibb Thims (2016) (Ѻ)



Lazarus | The Osiris

OsirisOrion John Morris (1880) (Ѻ)
Gerald Massey (1883)
Albert Parsons (1893) (Ѻ)

Jesus | Je-SusDionysus | BacchusKirshna | Buddha
God Osiris-Horus
William Cooper (1877) [2]
Gerald Massey (1907)


krst ("mummy")
Gerald Massey (1883)

Jesus Christ

Osiris the MummyWheat / Sun / Dung Beetle

John the Baptist

Anup the Baptist
aka Anubis (Ѻ)(Ѻ)

Gerald Massey (1883) (Ѻ)

Devil (Satan)


Mary Magdalene


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Egyptian-to-Christian transliteration
The following is the Egyptian-to-Christian transliteration and transcription:

Nun → Noah
Osiris (the child) → Moses (the child)
● Osiris → God
● Breath of life (Ankh) → Holy Spirit
Isis (or Stella Maris or "star of the sea") → Mary
● Nephthys (Isis' or Stella Maris' sister) → Mary Magdalene
● Set (Horus' evil brother; depicted with a red face and horns) → Devil
● Heliopolis Ennead (creation myth) → 5 Books of Moses (7 days of creation story)
Life (human origin of life) → Creation by breath / Creation by clay
● Lesser gods and goddesses → Angels and demons
● Bird wings → Angel wings
● Sun disc→ Halo
Ankh (symbol of the breath of life) → Cross
● Judgment hall → door way to heaven
● Ammit standing over lake of fire → gateway to hell
● Holy Lake (underlying each temple) → John the Baptist (and baptism)
● 120 days of the annual Nile flood → 120 days of Noah's flood.
● Benu bird (which burst forth out of the primordial land mound that arose following the flood, which carried the sun on its head) → Noah's 3 doves (sent out at 40-day intervals to check for dry land; the third of which, sent out on day 120, didn't return, a sign that land had arose).
● Release of the soul ritual → Abraham killing Isaac parable
● Osiris the child (released onto the Nile) → Moses the child (released onto the Nile)
● Creation by incest genealogy (from Nun) → Thrice sister-wife parable of Abraham and Sarai
● 42 Negative confessions (modeled on the 42 predynastic nodes or kingdoms) → 10 commandments (truncated confessions)
● 42 gods of the Judgment Hall → 42 generations between God and Jesus
Passion of Osiris → Passion of Christ
● Ripping apart of Osiris by his evil brother Set (break up of stars of Orion) → Crucifixion of Jesus
● 12 pieces of Osiris, scattered about the land, and the temple that grew in each spot → 12 tribes of Israel
● Pieces of Osiris collected back together by Isis and mummified → wrapping in linen of Jesus' body (Mathew 27:59)
● Rubbing of Osiris' dead phallus with oil → anointing of Jesus' body (Mathew 26:6-12)
● Burial of Osiris in a great primeval mound or pyramid → laying of Jesus in his own "rock hewn tomb", sealed with a great stone door (Mathew 27:60)
● 3 days of death of Osiris (modeled on the Dec 22-24 apparent stillness of the sun, before it's rebirth to longer days on December 25) → 3 days of death of Jesus
● 2 goddesses mounting the Osiris (Stella Maris and her Nephthys) to have resurrection sex → 2 Marys "sitting over" the sepulcher (Mathew 27:61)
● 3 wise men bringing gifts to the birth of Horus → 3 wise men bringing gifts to the birth of Jesus
● Acceptance of Horus the Savior → Acceptance of Jesus Christ as you Savior → Mary and Mary Magdalene mounting the sepulcher (Mathew 27:61)
● Khnum creating humans from clay (creation from clay) → Adam (Hebrew for "clay") and Eve
● Weighing of the soul (soul weight) → modern human morality system
● Ra having sex with the pharaoh's wife (from inscriptions the temple of Hatshepsut, the daughter of Thutmose I: "Ra gathered the lesser gods around his throne, and told them: 'I will create a queen to rule over Egypt'. Then accompanied by the messenger god Thoth, he went to the palace of King Thutmose I and taking the appearance of the pharaoh, appeared a the bed of his wife, Ahmose, who 'naturally rejoiced at his virility' and as 'the palace became inundated with the sent of God', he had his way with her.") → the Holy Spirit getting the Virgin Mary pregnant.

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1. Massey, Gerald. (1883). The Natural Genesis: Second Part of a Book of the Beginnings, Containing an Attempt to Recover and Reconstitute the Lost Origins of the Myths and Mysteries, Types and Symbols, Religion and Language, with Egypt for the Mouthpiece and Africa as the Birthplace, Volume Two (§: Appendix, pg. 902-). Williams and Norgate.
2. Cooper, William. (1877). The Horus Myth in its Relation to Christianity. Hardwick & Bogue.

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