The 10 Commandments in the Bible were copied from the Egyptian ‘Book Of The Dead’ SEE PROOF

The 10 Commandments in the Bible were copied from the Egyptian ‘Book of the Dead’ See proof.

Again the reason why I write these articles is to encourage Africans to think, apply logic and reason to the topic  of religion/God/ Bible so they can begin the process of unwinding  false knowledge and ideas that have been implanted into their minds. The spread of religion in Africa by missionaries was a deliberately act to keep Africans in the drain, and unless Africans realise this fact they will remain mentally enslaved in years to come. I encourage all Africans to research everything they read in this post. Research and validate claims I made here.


‘Liberate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves shall free our minds.’

Bob Marley


‘The most powerful weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.’

Steve Biko



It is no longer a secret that the bible is not the “book of God” and that most of its text were copied from various myth books. If you have read the bible very well you will agree with me that there are contradictions, and plenty of inconsistencies in the book, making the bible  the worst book ever written. 

Dr. Ben who is considered to be one of the more prominent Afrocentric scholars clearly noted in his book  entitled-African Origins of Major Western Religions that the 10 Commandments  in the bible was copied word by word from the  Egyptian “Book of the Dead”, The Hymn of Adoration to the God Osiris – ‘Negative Confessions’, 125th . 

The Negative Confession, also known as The Declaration of Innocence, is a list of 42 sins which the soul of the deceased can honestly say it has never committed when it stands in judgment in the afterlife. The most famous list comes from The Papyrus of Ani, a text of The Egyptian Book of the Dead, prepared for the priest Ani of Thebes (c. 1250 BCE) and included among the grave goods of his tomb.The 42 principles of Ma'at is the world's oldest moral and ethical code for human conduct. The 10 Commandments originated from this text.

Below is an extract from the  42 principles of Ma'at .As you can see they are similar to the  10 Commandments  in the Bible. If you really think the bible is literally the true word of God then I would encourage you to order this book. You can  buy a copy here   . If you think the bible is truely the book of God please leave your comments below .

I have not committed sin.

I have not committed robbery with violence.

I have not stolen.

I have not slain men and women.

I have not stolen grain.

I have not purloined offerings.

I have not stolen the property of the gods.

I have not uttered lies.

I have not carried away food.

I have not uttered curses.

I have not committed adultery.

I have made none to weep.

I have not eaten the heart [i.e., I have not grieved uselessly, or felt remorse].

I have not attacked any man.

I am not a man of deceit.

I have not stolen cultivated land.

I have not been an eavesdropper.

I have slandered no man.

I have not been angry without just cause.

I have not debauched the wife of any man.

I have not debauched the wife of any man (repeats the previous affirmation but addressed to a different god).

I have not polluted myself.

I have terrorized none.

I have not transgressed the Law.

I have not been wroth.

I have not shut my ears to the words of truth.

I have not blasphemed.

I am not a man of violence.

I am not a stirrer up of strife (or a disturber of the peace).

I have not acted (or judged) with undue haste.

I have not pried into matters.

I have not multiplied my words in speaking.

I have wronged none, I have done no evil.

I have not worked witchcraft against the King (or blasphemed against the King).

I have never stopped the flow of water.

I have never raised my voice (spoken arrogantly, or in anger).

I have not cursed or blasphemed God.

I have not acted with evil rage.

I have not stolen the bread of the gods.

I have not carried away the khenfu cakes from the spirits of the dead.

I have not snatched away the bread of the child, nor treated with contempt the god of my city.

I have not slain the cattle belonging to the god.

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