In terminology, keme, or kēme (pronounced: chem, as in chem-istry), from the Egyptian hieroglyph "km.t", meaning ‘black’, is the ancient name of Egypt, a reference to the fertile black Nile Delta earth, left behind following the annual Nile flood.

Roots
The term keme forms the base or root of Abraham (Ab-ra-ham) and Brahma (B-ra-hma), in religion, meaning “father/water Ra born of Nun”, i.e. fire (sun) burst forth out of a land mound (earth), arisen out of a water, and, in science, the base of chemistry, as the “black art” (see: chemistry etymology).

Quotes
The following are related quotes:

Christianity was neither original nor unique, but that the roots of much of the Judeo / Christian tradition lay in the prevailing Kamite (ancient Egyptian) culture of the region. We are faced with the inescapable realization that if Jesus had been able to read the documents of old Egypt, he would have been amazed to find his own biography already substantially written some four or five thousand years previously.”
Gerald Massey (1883), Natural Genesis [2]

“Treating of ham in his elaborate ‘key’ to the Bible. Christian Stock (1717) says:

"Pater fuit Mizraimi, Autoris AEgyptiorum, Gen. x. 6; 1. Chron. i. 8. Undo ab istius nomine Aegyptua dicitur nunc Cham [pronounced: "chem"], nunc terra Cham. Hireronymus in Gen. testatur AEgyptum [House of Ptah] usque ad sua tempora AEgyptiorum lingua dictam fuisse Cham." And under the head of Cush he says: "Primus filiorum Chami, Gen. x. 6. qui AEthiopibus nomen dedit, unde AEthiopia Chusch dicta fuit, 2 Reg. 19. 9."

[The father was Mizraimi According to the Egyptians, Gen. x. 6; 1. Citron. i. 8. Hence the name of the Egyptian testifies that now Cham [pronounced: "chem"], now Cham. Gen. Hireronymus Egypt until the time he testifies to AEgyptiorum language Ham said. "And under the head of Gush he says," The first son, Gen. x. 6. who Aethiopis its name, it was called the Ethiopian Husham, 2 Reg. 19. 9]

That is, ‘the father of Mizraim, the founder of the Egyptians, was Ham. Whence, from this name, Egypt was called now Ham now the land of Ham. St. Jerome (in Genesis) asserts that always, even down to his time, Egypt had been called Ham in the tongue of the Egyptians. Cush, the eldest son of Ham, gave his name to the Ethiopians. Whence Ethiopia was called Cush.”
— Rufus Perry (1893), The Cȗshite [4]

See also
CHEM cypher
Chemistry (etymology)

References
1. (a) Km (hieroglyph) – Wikipedia.
(b) Kemet (disambiguation) – Wikipedia.
2. Massey, Gerald. (1883). The Natural Genesis: or Second Part of a Book of the Beginnings, Containing an Attempt to Recover and Reconstitute the Lost Origins of Myth and mysteries, Types and Symbols, Religion and Language, with Egypt for the Mouthpiece and Africa as the Birthplace (Volume I) (Volume II) (§8: The Mythical Christ). London: Williams and Norgate; in: The Natural Genesis: Two Volumes in One. Cosimo, 2011.
4. (a) Stock, Christian. (1717). The Key of the Holy Tongue of the Old Testament (Clavis linguae sanctae Veteris Testamenti) (pg. 355). Apvd Ioh. Felicem Bielckivm.
(b) Perry, Rufus. (1893). The Cȗshite: The Descendants of Ham: As Found in the Sacred Scriptures and in the Writings of Ancient Historians and Poets from Noah to the Christian Era (Ham, Cham, Egypt, pgs. 63-64). Willey & Co.

External links
Kemetism – Wikipedia.

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