This is study book four of The Sons of Sa-Nanada, the Ancient & Mystic Order of Iu-em-hetep, Jesus Christ. Question: where did the Roman's Christian deity originate? Answer: good question, the Roman's first worshiped a deity called Mithra. Mithra was an adaptation of the ancient Egyptian (Kemetian) deity Ra: hence Mith-Ra. Mithra was originally worshiped by the ancestors of the Persians when they were still united with the Dravidians of the Indus Valley. The Dravidians were already worshippers of Mithra. The hymns of the Vedas and Avesta celebrated the name of Mithra, and despite the differences between the two theological systems, the Vedic Mitra and the Persian Mithra have preserved the original Egyptian (Kemetian) origin of the Creative Force of Creation which is Ra. Both spiritual systems saw Mithra as a god of light, invoked together with Heaven, also known as Varuna by the Dravidians, and Ahura by the Persians; his main attribute was Protector of Truth, and the Antagonist of Falsehood and Lies.