Abrahamic and pharaonic

From Ur
In Sumer

To Sarah
Pharao’s daughter

Both representing
Two old and mighty lineages
Of the Middle East

Old Sumer
Old Egypt

Their Stories
And wisdom

Parents of the faith…
One family
One God

My brothers
My sisters

Peace, peace, peace

Abrahamic and pharaonic
Image of the ancient city of Ur, One of the most important monuments in Iraq and that goes back to the Sumerian period which are located in the province of Dhi Qar in southern Iraq.

In Sumer

The city of Ur

2500 to 2800 BC..

The ancient Sumerians…
Those whose reliques have been found in the Royal Tomb of Uhr…
Called the tribe of the Lion in opposition to the tribe of the Bull

Moshe on the mountain and the people adoring the golden bull…

History, archeology and ancient scriptures are weaving the tissues of the past.

It will sure help us to understand our own destinies.

Myth becoming reality…

Some notes

When two great lineages join into a marriage bond becomes the cause of refined coming generation with enhanced wisdom.
Abraham and Sarai remain a mystery… Some say they never existed despite their tombs in the cave of the Patriarchs.

DNA will speak, if allowed.
Ur in Chaldea…


Ham son of Noah… allways the same Name

Oral and written traditions… were hanged to fit convenience

Does it matter?
Sarai was the daughter of Haran, one of Abraham’s two brothers. Her name at first was Sarai, but when the Almighty later changed Abraham’s name from Abram to Abraham, He also changed Sarai’s name to Sarah. Saran and Sarah both mean “Princess.” She was regarded as one of the greatest princesses in the world (Talmud, Berachot 13a).
Haran and the moongod Shin, deity of Ur and Sumer

Sarai ment daughter of Pharao
let us chant….. with our Hindu friends…

chant and rejoice the sedimentation of peace….

Srikrishna is the incarnation,  he has all the names…
the approximate translation shall be-

Oh Beloved Krishna, Oh Govinda, Oh Hari, Hey Murari, Oh Lord Narayana, Ho Vasudeva [all names of Krishna]. I worship you with my heart and soul.
Ekam sat, viprah bahudha vadanti

Truth is One,
learned scholars know it by many names
The path of Abraham is one of faith in Most High
A personal relationship of surrender and service
The message is almost the same every where .
Our basic needs , wants and desires are also the same
But then what happens which causes so much of hatred , violence and injustice ?





So many evils
all lead to violence
And blood shed
but the color of the blood is the same
all over the world
same blood when flows out of the body
can give life
can take a life also !

I believe good still prevails…
And people of good will are still majority

When we look at numbers in absolute or in relative way…
The outcome is quite different…

We need to look what unites us at service of menkind: humanity…
And law is a fundamental way to protect society and individuals …

People of good will are the soul of mankind and help humanity to survive

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6 Replies to “Abrahamic and pharaonic”

  1. Hi, 

    I know Abraham in the bible, but I don’t know about Abrahamic Testments. This sounds completely new to me. Are these books about the same Abraham in the Bible or is there another man with the same name? I like history and the truth about God. I will be interested in reading about them. My second question is by whom and where was these Testments written?

    Thank you for letting me know about a new thing to discover.


    1. Dear Mary,

      Yes, it is the biblical Abraham indeed. The one we know from the ancient testament. Testament that was written by different scribes at different times. Not as myths but as historical narrations. Hard to grasp for us today without some explanation.

      ABram, came from Ur… an old city in the south of modern Irak, known then as Sumer. He became Abraham indeed and father of the faith as described in the ancient testament. He married Sarai, a princess from Egypt. Lesser know. Meaning that his lineage represents the greatest cultures of that time: the egyptian culture (represented by pharaoh) and the sumerian culture (represented by him, Braham). 

      Many of the books of genesis are transcriptions of the old books of Sumer. 

      And archeological findings and history continue to shed new light on this great figure,of antiquity: the father of our faith. The father of monotheism . The faith in One God.

      I hope this helps a little. Thank you, for asking.

      Stay in peace

  2. Well, this is quite different, an interesting read about ancient places and people.

    I find historical information like this is all interrelated in to how we are now .

    Ancient architecture and genealogy can tell us so much of people who lived long before us

    I love history and have visited countries like Egypt and Israel, I would love to explore their historical past more and the way it all relates to modern day.

    1. Dear Louise,  visiting those ancient and sacred places is a great privilege and helps a lot to understand ancient scriptures indeed. It can also be the begin of a quest for more… 

      thank you for sharing

      Em Hetep

  3. This was an interesting poem about Abraham from the Bible. Do you think that he was an important person and why? Do you think that the biography of Abraham is an important thing to learn about when dealing with Egyptian culture and why? Is pharaonic a word that means the plural or the essence of being a pharaoh?

    1. Dear John it means that our cultures are both inspired by old Egypt and old Sumer, and that we need to dig further in the past of our civilisation to understand the context of the writings and the time they were written. 

      Pharaonic means from pharaoh, since Sarai means Egyptian princess. An Egyptian title as well. 

      Thank you,for asking

      Em Hetep

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