Egyptian goddess Ma'at

In looking up “heart” for Purple Heart I came across this and if you like Egyptian history like I do I think you might find it very intriguing about the Egyptian goddess “Ma’at,” of the heart and soul.
If you scroll down to the bottom, you will see the 42 negative confessions, and these certainly are ‘not’ what the Jews stand for.  It really makes one think and wonder exactly what is influencing us today.
In Egyptian mythology, the heart portion of the soul was weighed in a balance against the feather of Ma’at, symbolising truth, in the judgment of the dead in the Egyptian Book of the Dead. Egyptian sources do not actually reveal whether the heart had to be lighter than the feather for the deceased to pass into paradise – all depictions show only the weighing of the heart, not the actual results, heavier or lighter.
Similarly, in the Bible, this idea emerges in the earliest passages; Genesis 6:5 situates the thoughts of evil men in their hearts, and Exodus 5 through 12 speak repeatedly of the Lord “hardening Pharaoh’s heart.”
(You can see that the Egyptians have a clearer sense of ‘love and justice’ than do the Jews, I think, at least the Jews that seem to control our country today.)  But perhaps, I’m wrong, because even fellow White patriots think I’m totally wrong about the Jews.  Also, you can see that the Egyptians originated much of what was in the Bible, and surely when the Jews were in captivity there they took their ideas and made a book out of them and now call them the Bible.
I think one of the most horrible things the Jews have done was when the bombed and nuked the USS “Liberty,” they were going to pin it on Egypt, and make us go to war with them. It would mean destroying the ‘only’ wonders of the world, the Pyramids, for all the rest are gone and that grieved me deeply.
You see, when I grew up in South Chicago, I would frequent the “catacombs or basement” of the Natural History Museum, and study the Egyptian art, mummies, and even the King Tut exhibit, where he covered himself with gold all over.
I think Whites really need to start re-thinking their existence, their past, and their future, and even our Christianity, so that it ‘preserves and resurrects’ us and not destroy us as a White race, culture and heritage.

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