Ask The Nuwaupians, did the Pharaoh Zoser create the pig for the biblical patriarch Abraham? PART ONE

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians, did the Pharaoh Zoser create the pig for the biblical patriarch Abraham?  PART ONE

Answer: No Nuwaupian or York supporter has ever been able to answer this question with substantive and verifiable evidence from any Egyptian document.



This question was first asked in July 2011, It was sent to Nuwaupian teachers, Nuwaupian bookstore owners,former members andFacebook.  Since then, Nuwaupians have totally avoided it or put up diversions to avoid addressing the question.   In the religion of Malachi York he claimed that the third dynasty ruler Djoser (Zoser), in a genetic experiment used a dog + cat + rat to produce the pig.

In his book the Dog, York gives this definition of swine.

 SWINE (swin) n, pl. swine. 1. Any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family Suidae, including pigs, hogs and boars, having a stout body with thick skin, a short neck, and a movable snout.

-The Dog pg. 38


Having this proper definition of the pig, he makes the following uncorroborated, unverified and illogical statements about the origins of the pig in his Holy Tablets bible. 

(68.) The dog is the animal chosen because he possessed the nature of the jinn.

(70.) The second animal was the rat.

(74.) The third animal would have to be clean by nature and have wisdom;

(75.) This was the cat.

(81.) These are the THREE mixed natures, that make up the pig.

(99.) Zoser, combined the cat + the rat + the dog = SWINE.

(100.) The first breed that ZOSER came up with was the wild boar.

(101.) But the wild boar, Abram had no control over.

(102.) For the wild boar did what it wanted to do, and would belt you to death is you stood in it's way.

(104.) ZOSER came up with the swine, finally, and it's nature was that of the rat, and the cat, and the body of a dog.

-Holy Tablets: Chapter 13 Generation of Abraham Tablet 3:68-104


This story of the dog, cat, rat and pig was PLAGIARIZED from the book "How to Eat to Live".



"Who wants to eat the combination of these fleshes: cat, rat, and dog? This is what the hog is made of the dog, cat and rat, and the Bible teaches you that he is from a mouse. Read Isaiah 66:17, "They that sanctify themselves, and purify themselves in the gardens behind one tree in the midst, eating swine’s flesh, and the abomination, and the mouse,shall be consumed together, saith the Lord."

-How to Eat to Live book 2 by Elijah Muhammad pg. 43

Elijah Muhammad gives no explanation or further commentary on this. There's no mention of Zoser, the land of Canaan or Abraham in his book. 

York added a new narrative which included Zoser as creator of the pig for Abraham. It's been suggested by at least one Nuwaupian that it was a typographical error, that excuse was quickly abandoned because this story is found in several York publications from the 70's to 2012. 

1. Halloween: The Evil One's Sabbath pg. 23

2. The Dog pg. 31

3. Holy Tablets pgs. 1095-1107

In the Dog book York gives his theory on how the creation of the pig was achieved.





This silliness is as ridiculous as it looks, but this is what York taught. He contradicts himself in an Ancient Egitpian Order (A.E.O.) Magazine when he writes,

"At Saqqara Cairo Egipt a burial from the archaic period revealed the remains of an entire funerary meal, placed in pottery vessels before the head of the deceased. Pigs were also found amongst the Mummies at Saqqara as well. Ask yourself, before the bible, the old testament book Leviticus of the Jews and Muslims got their not eating pork from Egipt. Swine or pig was never eaten by the noble class it's flesh was unclean to the Waab "Priest" Egiptian deities of Egipt. Dried fish was also discovered in other tombs as food offerings for the deceased.  Swine however was not amongst the meat consumed by the ancient Egiptians because it was the product of the gene splicing of a dog, cat and a rat, thus they considered it unclean and not edible, a man made creature. 

-AEO Monthly Magazine Edition 1, Volume 4. pg. 19. 

The "archaic period"  York says that it preceded the Old Kingdom.

"The Archaic or Early Dynastic Period of Egypt immediately follows the unification of Lower and Upper Egypt c. 3100 & BC. It's generally taken to include the First and Second Dynasties, lasting from the Protodynastic Period of Egypt until about 2686 BC, or the beginning of the Old Kingdom."

-The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt. Oxford University Press. p. 479. 

York continues by writing,


"It was from the local wild-animal population that BEFORE the so-called dynasties, Egiptians derived their main domesticates: sheep and goats, cattle, donkeys, PIGS and a variety of poultry were sold to outsiders. 

-AEO Monthly Magazine Edition 1, Volume 4. pg. 22.


"...Before the dynasties..." would be BEFORE Zoser and prior to Narmer, who united upper and lower Egypt circa 3100.


York releases a revised edition of Leviathan 666, and contradicts the previous statements in the A.E.O. Monthly Magazine where he writes,

"Therefore Avram, Ibrahim, Abraham (IBRU.UM) was sent to clean up these lepers. Before his journey, Zoser and his student Imhotep created the animal that would clean up the filth from a dog, a rat and a cat together known as the PIG."

-Leviathan 666: The Beast as the Anti-Christ Part One of Four pg. 195


The ancient Egyptians referred to pigs, boars or swine as, 

1. /rri/  "rery" - boar, piglet

2. /rrt/ "reret" - swine

3. /SA/ "Sha" - pig

4. /ApH/ "Apeh" - pigs, swine

These same pigs/hogs/boars/swine are well documented, verified and identified to have existed in ancient Egypt, as far back as the pre-dynastic periods.

Conducting a general search of animals in ancient Egypt, will produce strong results, the familiarity of the pig in ancient Egypt, prior to Zoser and Imhotep is easy to find. Nuwaupians can't cite a single historical account of this pig creation from any ancient Egyptian source.

1. "The Egyptian Museum in Berlin also holds a ceramic statue dated to the Naqada I period of what has been called a pig deity, indicating at least that swine formed a part of religious life at this time. The Brooklyn Museum also possesses a cylinder seal dated to the First Dynasty that displays figures of bristling pigs carved on it, and other seals from this period also depict pigs."



"4500 BC is the start of the 'Old' Predynastic, also known as the Amratian period, or simply as Naqada I, as most of the sites from this period date to around the same time as the occupation of the Naqada site."

2."The oldest domestic pig remains presently known in Egypt come from the large predynastic settlement site of Merimda Beni Salama in the western Delta, dated to the fifth millennium BCE."

"Pig remains have been found throughout Egypt at sites such as Hierakonpolis, Maadi, Abydos, and Armant, near graves belonging to the poorer classes, indicating that pork was an element in their diet, at least at the 'Predynastic period'. Cattle bones were found in graves belonging to more elite burials."

3. The Eleventh Dynasty tomb of the nomarch Khety at Beni Hasan depicts a herd of pigs, the first in Egyptian art since the First Dynasty.


4. "When Horus was still in his childhood, the animals for sacrifice to the gods consisted of his cattle, his small livestock and his pigs."


5."...Then Horus looked at that injury. It assumed the form of a black pig. Thereupon Horus shrieked because of the state of his eye, which was stormy [inflamed]. Horus said: "Behold, my eye is as at that first blow which Seth made against my eye!" Thereupon Horus swallowed his heart before him [lost consciousness]. Then Re said: "Put him upon his bed until he has recovered." It was Seth---he has assumed form against him as a black pig..."

This excerpt from the Egyptian Coffin Texts mentions the pig in early Egypt. but nothing about Zoser creating it.


This link list Predynastic Artifacts two includes PIGS in numbers 221 and 345. 

7. "The earliest representation of Set can be found on a carved ivory comb from the Amratian period (Naqada I, 4500BC - 35BC, orthodox dates) and he also appears on the famous Scorpion mace head. His worship seems to have originated in one of the most ancient settlements in the town of Nubt (Kom Ombo), in upper (southern) Egypt. Nubt (near modern Tukh) lies near the entrance to the Wadi Hammammat, the doorway to the eastern desert and its gold deposits, and the city took its name from the word for gold, Nbt (which also means ruler or lord). As a result Set was sometimes called "He of gold town". Nubt was the most important of the ancient settlements, and was located close to the site of the Naqqada settlement from which this early culture takes it name. Pre-dynastic worship of Set was also evident in the 19th and 19th Nomes of Upper Egypt.

The standard for the 11th Nome is topped by a Set animal, and the name of the main town, Sha-shtp, means "The pig (Set) is pacified", and Set was worshipped in his form as a fish in the capital of the 19th Nome.

 8. "Egypt: Nuut Egyptian goddess of the night, Mother of Stars, was sometimes depicted on amulets as a sow suckling her piglets. 

Isis The pig was sacred to Isis, just as it was to Demeter.  (Indeed several aspects of her mythology especially details of the quest for the dismembered Osiris -- are identical to  myths of Demeter's quest for her abducted daughter.)"


The question to Nuwaupians is simple,

Did the Pharaoh Zoser create the pig for the biblical patriarch Abraham? and if so, where the proof. An Egyptian primary source would be the best evidence, for example, the Famine Stela is an ancient Egyptian Stela which relates how Djoser rebuilt the temple of Khnum on the island of Elephantine at the First Cataract, thus ending a seven-year famine in Egypt.


The Nuwaupian should be able to cite the text, line or produce an image of a stela mentioning or depicting either Djoser or Imhotep genetically splicing the genes of the dog, cat and rat to produce the pig.  Lacking this simple and critical piece of evidence destroy York's entire premise.

                                                                                                                                           Djoser and the Famine Stela