Now, it's not new to find the blackened images of the "Queen of Heaven" and the "Black Child" to be worshiped in the religions of Christianity, though it's interesting that people don't want to know such things. When coming across the original depictions compared to the whitened versions of the God on the Cross, the History that tends to be covered up is shown to connect to a more Mysterious origin. It's shown that the original trinity of where the father, the son and the holy ghost is worshiped, is based on Osiris, Isis and Horus (Sophia would be under the name of Isis). If the readers don’t believe me, then let us consider the British historian Sir Godfrey Higgins and his book called the “Anacalypsis.” In his book details the original Greco-Roman gods as being black complexioned, ranging from Jupiter, Zeus, Bacchus, Dionysus, Venus, Aphrodite, Juno, Cybele, Circe, Hercules amongst others. Based from the "Galactic Warfare" series, I have already detailed much information on the true origins of Christianity, but for this series I want to break things down and set them up for the readers (to make things easy of course). But first, let's see what Godfrey Higgins states in his book:
VOLUME I - BOOK IV - CHAPTER I Page 135: "For reasons which the reader will soon see, I am inclined to think that Osiris was not the copy of Cristna, but of the earlier God, Buddha. That by Osiris was meant to Sun, it is now allowed by every writer who has treated on the antiquities of Egypt. Mr. Maurice, as the reader sees, states him to have been black and that the Mnevis, or sacred bull, of Heliopolis, the symbol of Osiris, was also black. Osiris is allowed, also, to be the Seeva of India,* one of the three persons of the Indian God—Bramha, Vishnu or Cristna, and Seeva, of whom the bull of the zodiac was the symbol."
"It is curious to observe the number of trifling circumstances which constantly occur to prove the identity of the Hindoos and Egyptians, or rather the Ethiopians. The word Nile, in the Indian language, means black. … But the name of Nile was a modern one, (comparatively speaking,) a translation of the ancient name of this river, which last Siri." … Page 136: "The ancient name, as we have said, was Sir, or Siri, the same as O-sir, or Osiris, who was always black; after whom it was called, and by whom was meant the sun. Thus it was called the river of the sun, or the river sun, or the river of Osiris—as we say, the river of the Amazons, or the river Amazon. …"
"Page 137 I have some suspicion that O-siris is a Greek corruption; that the name ought, as already mentioned, to be what is called by Hellanicus, Ysiris or Isiris, and that it is derived from, or rather I should say is the same as, Iswara of India. Iswara and Isi are the same as Osiris and Isis—the male and female procreative powers of nature. ... Eusebius says the Egyptians called Osiris, Surius, and that, in Persia, was the old name of the sun."
Page 138: "Osiris and his Bull were black; all the Gods and Goddesses of Greece were black: at least this was the case with Jupiter, Bacchus, Hercules, Apollo, Ammon. The Goddesses Venus, Isis, Hecati, Diana, Juno, Metis, Ceres, Cybile, are black. The Multi-mammia is black in the Campidoglio at Rome, and in Montfaucon, Antiquity explained."
"On the colour of the Gods of the ancients, and of the identity of them all with the God Sol, and with the Cristna of India, nothing more need be said. The reader has already seen the striking marks of similarity in the history of Cristna and the stories related of Jesus in the Romish and heretical books. He probably will not think that their effect is destroyed, as Mr. Maurice flatters himself, by the word Cristna in the Indian language signifying black, and the God being of that colour, when he is informed, of what Mr. Maurice was probably ignorant, that in all the Romish countries of Europe, in France, Italy, Germany, &c., the God Christ, as well as his mother, are described in their old pictures and statues to be black. The infant God in the arms of his black mother, his eyes and drapery white, is himself perfectly black. ... There is scarcely an old church in Italy were some remains of the worship of the BLACK VIRGIN and BLACK CHILD are not to be met with. Very often the black figures have given way to white ones, and in these cases the black ones, as being held sacred, were put into retired places in the churches, but were not destroyed, but are yet to be found there. ... They are generally esteemed by the rabble with the most profound veneration."
She is shown with the crescent moon under her feet and the twelve stars above her along with the man child. The woman has many names like Mary, Isis, Rhea, Cybele, Circe, Athena, Inanna, Ishtar, Ashtoreth, Durga, Parvati and is known as the “Queen of Heaven” in the bible. But as I researched the earlier images I found to my surprise that she was originally called the “Black Madonna” who is known as "Erzulie Dante", who bears the man child Jesus (as some would put it):