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My Story

Who didn’t at least once in your life think about the origins of the universe, cosmos, and life, when lying outside and gazing toward the infinite sky? And, who has not once questioned whether there is some superior being behind all the creation?

Some people give up the effort to find the answers assuming a cynical approach to live with; a lame and blind way to live, to say the least, as transcendence is part of life, rather it is immanent in reality; to realize that someone just needs to quietly stare at the infinite sky, and those questions will naturally arise again.

I have even tried to liv a cynical life, but I couldn’t keep at it; I couldn’t give up finding some clue, at least some coherence, in all of what we call reality.

Does every way lead you to Rome? No, to ancient Egypt!

The more I was studying philosophy, religion, and history, the more I was being sent to ancient Egypt.

For example, do you know whence the symbol of medicine, i.e., two snakes winding around an often winged staff come? The answer is from ancient Egyptian philosophical developments. The snake is one of the depictions of Sekhmet, the goddess of plagues for whom they prayed asking her to appease the diseases.

So, if you make an effort to follow the clues, everything will send you to ancient Egypt.

But don’t think that it was easy for me. No, you know we are modern people who are educated to generally scorn toward ancient people. We believe that we are at the apex of humankind. It would be required of me to jump through the abyss of modern obscurantism to reach the other neglected side.

In fact, our modern apex is our arrogance in enriching our cynical lives with some ancient people’s meanings without crediting them for it.

Something was wrong in modern works.

I could not help to suspect that something was wrong when I read many books, from freemasonry to mystic schools such as Rosicrucian, Martinism, and Kabbalah.

A fundamental question arose: how could those mystic schools mix Abrahamic monotheism with ancient Egyptian polytheism as Abrahamic texts teach that “You shall have no other Gods but me,” as we read in Exodus 20?

I realized that those mystic schools with no exception were blending the utterly immiscible Abrahamic religions with the ancient Egyptian one.

Religious people answer this interrogation telling you that the Abrahamic teachings were composed using symbols and that we are required to decipher them.

“To decipher?” I thought. How to decipher the clear commandments and teachings like this one below?

If your brother, the son of your mother, or your son or your daughter or the wife you embrace or your friend who is as your own soul entices you secretly, saying, ‘Let us go and serve other gods,’ which neither you nor your fathers have known, some of the gods of the peoples who are around you, whether near you or far off from you, from the one end of the earth to the other, you shall not yield to him or listen to him, nor shall your eye pity him, nor shall you spare him, nor shall you conceal him. But you shall kill him.

The Bible is full of similar verses like in Deuteronomy 13 above. The prophets stated nothing to be decoded in such a strict lesson! Anyone who sincerely reads them knows it.

But the schools cited before, insist that they are interpreting the Abrahamic sacred symbols in the texts. And one of the most famous works in interpreting the Abrahamic symbols is the book “The Zohar,” which is the source of Kabbalah. The problem is that this book also needs for its turn to be deciphered as it was written using symbols as well.

I started getting anxious to answer the question, “What are they trying to cover with all of those excuses regarding the truth of the Abrahamic text and all those perpetual interpretations?” and “Why are they doing it?”

I could not avoid inquiring the critical matter “What if the being they behold as a good God was, in reality, an evil being, maybe a demon?” Because this being requires his followers to make human sacrifices throughout the Bible’s texts and even this God on his own named himself “God of hosts” many times in those texts.

Furthermore, while the Abrahamic God requires his followers to commit horrible crimes, he calls the other gods demons.

Why do the followers of the Abrahamic faiths call them demons, if the ancient Egyptian gods never requested any kind of crime from his followers, not to cite other religions?

What was and is happening? A kind of hypnosis? Because how is it possible that an evil being is identifying himself as God, the only good being in the universe, if he asks people to kill any other gods’ followers, and people obey him without question and even believe they are doing a good thing.

Something was terribly wrong. The more I studied the Abrahamic texts, the redder from human blood was this God's clothes.

Although this was a tough turning point in my findings, finally, I had been able to jump through the modern abyss of lies to reach the other side beyond this obscurantism.

And the more I studied the ancient Egyptian philosophy, theology, religions, and other texts, the more amazed I became. How down-to-earth they were. How responsible they had been toward life and their own deeds.

I came to realize the reason why they were capable of building a civilization that endured for more than 3000 years. Think of it; today, we are struggling to have a stable 4-year government.

If I could summarize in some words the ancient Egyptian goals, I could tell:

  • Truth

  • Justice

  • Order

  • Harmony

  • Beauty

  • Cosmic Equilibrium


They were meticulous about the words, and they had already understood that perfection is not for us, humans; instead, they realized that we are just capable of developing the meaning of cosmic equilibrium and trying to achieve that. However, perfection is out of our scope and reality.

The ancient Egyptians were so developed that until today we borrow their symbols to enrich our lives with some meaning. But, sadly, what we have from them are only void depictions.

It’s time for you to know their marvelous intellectual achievements, as I did.

I invite you to go ahead, and I promise that I will not disappoint you with the journey into the ancient Egyptian times I’m glad to have created to share with you all through the book "Evil Religions Unmasked."

Life, Prosperity, and Health.

Eloy Rodrigo Colombo
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