Che new fascinating work by Jean Philippe Omotunde plunges us into the Kamite spirituality of Pharaonic Africa and invites us to discover formidable hymns and powerful prayers developed by our ancestors to pay homage to Amon-Râ (God) and praise his benefits. These prayers taken from the Sacred Kamit Texts (Kamite Bible), were written as early as the XNUMXrd millennium BC and are therefore the oldest religious texts in human history. Particularly, they already affirm the uniqueness of God (called the Eternal, the Creator, the Master of the Universe…) and the promise of eternal life reserved for virtuous men.
These are the first prayers that were heard and answered by God after the creation of the black man and woman in the Great Lakes Region of Africa (NB In the Kamiite tradition, women do not come from the coast of man but is also the fruit of a divine creation). These hymns still evoke the great piety of the ancient Africans, but also reveal the true hidden sources of the editors of the current monotheistic Books (Judaism, Islam and Christianity).
The book finally reveals to the laymen, the existence of Ousirê (Osiris) and his wife Aset (Isis), the first divine guides sent by God on earth to guide humanity towards the Maat (ancestor of the Holy Spirit ). Indeed, if in the Semitic and Indo-European traditions, God entrusted to a single man the mission of instructing his creatures, in Black Africa, he had originally entrusted this mission to a divine couple, favoring complementarity and the male / female unit.