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Abraham is a pivotal figure in the Bible. He is the father of many peoples, the icon of faith, and a sent away son to whom God delivered a kingdom.



The Bible designates Abraham a Hebrew. The English word Hebrew comes

from the ancient word Ha-biru/Ha-piru which referred to a caste of

ruler-priests who regarded the Sun as the emblem of the Creator. They

were sometimes called O-piru. Here the O is a solar symbol (lexeme). The

east-facing temple was termed O-piru, meaning "Sun House" or "House of

the Sun" and the priests at the water shrines were called W'pr.



Another solar symbol among Abraham's ancestors is the Y, which

designated a ruler. That is why many of the Habiru in the Bible have

names that begin with Y, something that is more evidence in the Hebrew

Bible. Some examples are: Yaqtan (Joktan), Yacob (Jacob), Yistzak

(Isaac),Yosef (Joseph) Yetro (Jethro), Yishai (Jesse), and Yeshua

(Joshua/Jesus). The Y was a solar cradle that indicated the ruler-priest, or the Habiru. The ruler was appointed by the overshadowing of the Sun.



Sargon I is said to have been of a virgin queen who was overshadowed by

the High God. He was born in an O-piru. His home city was called

Azu-piranu, meaning Anu House of God (The Creator was Azu in Akkadian,

Asa in Chadic, Asha in Kushitic, Ashai in Hebrew; a Jerusalem priest was

named Amashai in Neh. 11:13).





Here is a sign post pointing to the origins of Messianic expectation, or

the Proto-Gospel, concerning the divine appointment of a virgin who is

to bring forth the "seed" of God (Gen. 3:15). We recall the angel

Gabriel's reply to Mary's question, "How shall this be, seeing I know

not a man?" Gabriel explained, "The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and

the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore the Holy One

which shall be born of thee shall be called the "Son of God." (Luke

1:34, 35)



The Habiru practiced endogamy. That is, they married only with other

Habiru. The marriage and ascendancy pattern of their rulers is

distinctive. It involved two wives. The first was a half-sister bride,

taken in the man's youth. The second was a patrilineal cousin or niece,

taken shortly before the son's rise to power. The first born son of the

half-sister wife ascended to the throne of his father. So Isaac was heir

to Abraham's territory which extended between Hebron and Beersheba. The

first born son of the cousin bride named her son after her father

because that son would serve as a Minister in the territory of his

maternal grandfather.



Consider this diagram which shows how the lines of Ham and Shem

intermarried. Note also that Nimrod's wife name her first born son

Asshur, after her father, indicating that she was his cousin bride.

The Kushites were the first to unite the Upper and Lower Nile

and their influence is seen on the earliest dynasties of Egypt. Kushite

rulers were heirs of the Nilo-Saharan rulers who venerated cows.

Elements of their religious beliefs and practices were borrowed by the

ancient Egyptians. The image (right) of Hathor-Meri, the mother of

Horus, shows her overshadowed by the Sun. The Sun rests in the horns of a

cow, a solar cradle (Y). The cow was Hathor's animal totem and she is

shown at Nile shrines holding her child in a stable or manger.



The Horites believed that Horus was born at the winter solstice

(December 24). The infant grew in stature from that day, even as from

that day forward the Sun grows in strength as the days lengthen. The

ancient Egyptian ritual involved placing a male baby before the image of

Hathor-Meri and the priests placed gifts before the "divine son."





 



Abraham's Horim



Abraham's ruler-priest ancestors are called "Horites" (Horim). Horite

kings are listed in Genesis 4, 5,11 and 36. Apparently, they had a

distinctive reddish (ruddy) skin tone. They are called Horites because

they were devotees of Horus, who was regarded as the "son" of the

Creator. Prayers were offered to Horus and his Father, whose emblem was

the Sun. The Horite priests greeted the rising sun with prayers and

watched as it expanded across the horizon. We find the lexeme biru in the Arabic yakburu means “he is getting big” and with the intensive active prefix: yukabbiru means "he is enlarging."





The oldest known center of Horite worship is Nekhen

(Hierakonpolis) in Sudan. Votive offerings at the Nekhen temple were

ten times larger than the normal mace heads and bowls found elsewhere,

suggesting that this was a very prestigious shrine. Horite priests

placed invocations to Horus at the summit of the fortress as the sun

rose. This is the origin of the morning ritual of devout Hindus

(Agnihotra) and the Jewish Sun Blessing ritual (Birkat Hachama) that is

performed every 28 years.








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