“The eight deities [of the ancient Egyptian Ogdoad] were arranged in four female-male pairs, the females were associated with snakes and the males were associated with frogs: Naunet and Nu, Amaunet and Amun, Kauket and Kuk, Huh and Hauhet. Apart from their gender, there was little to distinguish the female goddess from the male god in a pair; indeed, the names of the males are merely the male forms of the female name and vice versa. Essentially, each pair represents the female and male aspect of one of four concepts, namely the primordial waters (Naunet and Nu), air or invisibility (Amunet and Amun), darkness (Kauket and Kuk), and eternity or infinite space (Hauhet and Huh).” — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogdoad
there are definitely parallels between the four male immortal deities of the ancient Egyptian Ogdoad, Amun being god of the invisible (hidden) air, and the Sumerian Enlil, prince in the heavens, god of air, and the lord of the Earth, and the Lucifer as the light barer, morning star, star of dawn, or day star.
“In the Satanic Bible of 1969 Lucifer is acknowledged as one of the Four Crown Princes of Hell, particularly that of the East. Lord of the Air, Lucifer has been named “Bringer of Light, the Morning Star, Intellectualism, Enlightenment.” ” – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucifer
to the ancients and to the modern people the difference between day and night is obvious, well, as day and night, and the presence of light makes the world of difference. fire is a source of light and heat, the light reveals what is hidden in the dark, the heat keeps us worm and cooks our food. following this logic, it shows that many of the ancient tales were basically describing the birth of light, as they would have imagined it had happened, out of the depths of eternal and infinite primordial forces of chaos, and since everything visible to us, without the use of tools, is in the visible band of light, the concept of light becomes the key to decoding many ancient riddles, including the sad story of the fate befallen God’s most loyal and beautiful archangel – Lucifer.
So, according to the ancient Egyptians, who made the light and how? Well, the story involves one of the four male deities of Ogdoad – Amun. It was Amun, the god of invisible air, who transformed himself into a giant serpent and bit his own tale. by doing this, Amun created atmosphere enveloping primordial waters [of the Nile]. out of this waters a mound of earth rose up from the deep abyss towering over the face of the waters in a form of a step pyramid with a lotus flower rising high on the very top of it. the lotus bud then opened up revealing the sun god Atum-Ra-Khepri casting his first rays of light onto the world.
Ironically, centuries later, at the end of the 18th dynasty of new kingdom, the so-called Amenhotep IV (Amun is satisfied) has rebelled against Amun and destroyed his own inheritance of the Amun dynasty established by Amenemhet I (Amun is the head), same family bloodline, in the beginning of the 12th dynasty and begun to worship light crown itself, changing his name to Akhenaten (Effective spirit of Aten), moving his royal court from ancient capital to an empty desert where a new capital was built lasting only thirty some odd years. The heretic king as Akhenaten was called by the Amun-Ra priests then declared complete war on Amun, the very god and patron of his family’s successful reign, sending his army to deface and destroy every mentioning of Amun and his temples.
naturally he was doomed from the beginning and the heretic king became the very fallen angel he was so in love with. Amun temples were restored and desperate attempts were made to save the empire. his half brother and son Tut-ankh-aten (Living image of Aten) had changed his name to Tut-ankh-amun (Living image of Amun) but it was too-little-too-late and to no avail, the empire was lost, and the most successful ancient dynasty, tracing its roots all the way to the Dragon Queen and the Scorpion King of the 1st dynasty of the old kingdom, was destroyed. This was most spectacular fuck up in all of history of the world. A fallen angel indeed of cosmic proportions, who was almost erased from history by the ever so diligent, revenge hungry, and fanatically loyal Amun-Ra priests if not for the efforts of equally persistent modern day archaeologists.
Sigmund Freud in his Moses and Monotheism (i didn’t read it) supposedly connects Akhenaten cult of Aten to Judaism. However, there is a problem with it from my view, because the Jews use lunar calendar and the Aten is a solar deity. The Biblical Moses (means “house of” in Egyptian), was a fictional character who’s life is a composite from the lives of several kings, originally bassed on, i believe, Thutmose III, not Akhenaten, since Thuth is a lunar god and founder of the house of moon. In Egyptian hieroglyphs sound for T and D is interchangeble so as the sounds for U and V, thus the name Thuth can be translated as DVD, or the house of David. the story of exodus could be based on Akhenaten’s fallout with Egypt and later during Babylonian exile attributed to the biblical Moses. Notably, this was not the first exodus in the history of Egypt, one can recall the expelled Hyksos kings after about hundred years of their rule at the end of the old kingdom. The roots of Judaism and the house of Israel can be found at this time, as the origins of many proto-bible stories, that later were weaved together with other popular tales about great kings and civilizations, mainly Egyptian and Sumerian. I agree with Freud that Akhenaten was most likely an Israelite but not very popular among his people and if some proto-jews did follow him into desert, i think there were not many and not for too long. the guy was complete religious fanatic spelling doom, and in the end was probably killed by his own entourage.
“The Age of Aries ushered in efforts to replace polytheism with monotheism. The earliest known attempt was by the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten, who, in about 1350 BC, decreed the Sun God Aten to be the supreme deity, apparently in reaction to his earlier lack of inclusion in religious rites by his family. After his death, however, power reverted to the original polytheistic priests, who re-established the old religion. Speculation (including that of Freud) has it that later, during the reign of Ramesses II, Moses was influenced by rumour of Akhenaten’s revolutionary idea, and grasped the idea of a single supreme God, Who especially favoured His people, as an inspirational mechanism that best suited his people held in bondage. The symbol of Aries can be seen as representing the power of multiple gods streaming down into a single god-head.”
“Moses (born circa 16th–13th Century BC; 7 Adar 2368 – 7 Adar 2488 in the Hebrew calendar), an early Biblical Hebrew religious leader, lawgiver, prophet, and military leader, condemns his own people upon finding them worshiping a ‘golden calf’ (a symbol of the previous Age of Taurus and of the worship of the bull deity) after coming down Mount Sinai. These events may have occurred during the Age of Aries.” <– http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrological_age
during the days of Akhenaten it was a failed attempt to make transition from a collective, tribal, conscience governed by feminine energy of the moon to an individual conscience governed by masculine energy of the sun. but the people weren’t ready for it and many still aren’t ready today.
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