The 'lightning' was worshipped as personage god in Ancient Egypt. "Lightning-Thunder bolt – the Vidyut (fo|qr)" was based on Indian Atharv-ved, which was followed by all the religions of the world. 'Brahmins' and 'Gurjer' casts in India also worship "Durga goddess" as the Ancient Egyptian's religion of "Lightning – the roaring loin". There are keen descriptions about the natural behaviour of 'lightning, cloud and water (Rainfall)'in Atharv-ved vFkoZ osn. In Atharv Veda, the vulture, falcon, eagle synonym of sun and sun rays, the lion, cat, deer, frog are the synonym of 'the lightning (fire)' and the snake, cobra, cow, bull, goat, sheep and elephant are the signs of cloud. The horse (Sanskrit A-sh-v v"o) means horse as well sun also. These sacred animals and birds are not totem. The migrant Ancient Egyptians followed the same religion. The Europeans protest that Atharv-ved was compiled around 900 BCE, although some of its material may go back to the time of the Rig-ved _Xosn, and some parts of the Atharv-Veda are older than the Rig-Veda though not in linguistic form.
All the religions of Jerusalem followed the Ancient Egyptian religion based on Indian Veda.