Question: what is the language of God?
Answer:(Igziabeher (Amharic: እግዚአብሔር /əgzi'abəher/)
means literally "Lord of the Universe"), and Rabbil
'alamin (Arabic بر العالمين )ّ Lord of the worlds, the Language
of God- Igziabeher, was known as divine utterance (HU) in
ancient Ethiopia and ancient Kemet, which is the language of the
internal worlds. It is the method by which all of the Sages,
Master Teachers, and Messengers speak as the sacred Word.
Question: what is the WORD?
Answer: the Word, or the Logos, is that supreme expression of
divine light, (Christ Consciousness) which is a form of
knowledge that is above our intellect, it is like comparing a speck
of dust with the universe. This is why when we approach the
mysteries we become overwhelmed, because we try to
comprehend a universe with the mind of an ant, and we are like
an ant floating in the infinite; but Igziabeher-God has given us
the potential ability to hear His voice, and comprehend the Word.
Question: was the book of John the original source or text that
speaks of the “WORD”?
Answer: no, but the bible clearly explains the word to us, but to
answer your question, the “WORD” comes from Pert-Em-Hru,
or The book of coming forth by day. In ancient Kemet John the
divine scribe was first called Taht-Aan in the ritual which
translates in modern scripture as John, and the mission of Taht-
Aan-John, the saluter of Horus-Jesus (salaat), could not be
better stated than in the words of John the divine concerning the
Christ of the Mysteries called the Word. He explains, “that
which was from the beginning, that which we have heard, that
which we beheld, and our hands handled, concerning the Word
of life (and the life was manifested, and we have seen, and bear
witness, and declare unto you the life eternal which was with
the Father, and was manifested unto us); and our fellowship is
with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ: and these
things we write that our joy may be fulfilled” (John I, 1-4).
Taht-Aan-John had indeed beheld and heard and handled “the
Word of eternal life” manifested in Horus or Jesus, the evercoming
son, for as bearer of the symbolic Udjat, he carried
Horus-Jesus in his hands and held him aloft, and the symbolic
likeness of a soul in human nature that was begotten by Ra, the
holy spirit and the father in heaven. This was the revelation of
Tehuti-Aan or Taht-Hermes-John. The position of Aan, the
divine scribe, in relation to Horus-Jesus, the only-begotten son
of God, is repeated on behalf of John in the Gospel. It is in the
character of Taht-Aan that “there came a man, sent from God,
whose name was John”. The same came for witness of the
light. He was not the light, but came that he might bear
witness of the light”, as did Taht-Aan, who carries the WORD.