I am so glad this is now being discussed.
The larger question you need to ask yourself is this:
Was Akhenaten the first (or final) king to comprehend the Heliocentric solar system?
...so many dopes on ATS want to post here and talk about what they actually do not know.
Is it really so difficult to believe that Akhenaten was NOT initiating simple sun-worship? Can you see that perhaps the priests of his day were as
evil as the priests of our day, and also the priests of Jesus' day?
It is not a question of if Akhenaten was a Christian, but more of a question of if he was actually Moses, and if so, then Jesus of course would be the
greater Moses, i.e. the Pharaoh to end all Pharaohs. This I believe, is true.
Almost everyone who wants to comment on Akhenaten will spout the cover story (preserved by those priests who hated him and still hate the memory of
him) that he just wanted "sun worship" ...But if that were so, then why did he sculpt such subtle allusions to the greater connection between
males and females? Why did he give more power to his female counterpart than any other Pharaoh? Can all this be described only under the banner
"sun worship"?? No, it is a moronic oversimplification.
Even if Akhenaten was given a vision of the sun, at the center of the solar system (or if he had known this from his druidic ancestors) perhaps he
knew that to reveal that truth mathematically might be too much for people of his time?
The only question to ask when first considering this great man, is that: Was he the first proponent of a heliocentric model? When you look at the
Aten, that is what you should be thinking, and that should stimulate you toward thinking about who may have also lied to the whole world about "flat
earth" and who might have had a reason to imprison anyne who might have re-introduced what Akehenaten identified, i.e. that the Sun is the source of
all life in its domain?
Son is the source of all life, Sun is the source of all life. Yes, I do believe Akhenaten would have knelt before Jesus, and so yes, I believe his
alignment would be in accordance with the true, Kingly Jesus.
I have posted more about that on another thread, if anyone wants to read more:
What if Jesus returned with a new identity?
Also you can read more about Akhenaten Akhenaten was Moses
QUESTION TO PONDER: If Akhenaten was more sexually free and wanted to empower his followers and particularly the females in his tribe, then might
that also merge with certain revelations about who Jesus' really was?
Notice the non-sexual fog through which they want you to view the story. Notice how neither Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti were ashamed of their
bodies and their sexuality. Mightn't that also be a threat to the priests of today, and mightn't this same core emotional conflict toward normal
human sexuality be what drives the priesthood today?
Maybe the problem was that Akhenaten didn't have much use for priests? Maybe this was because he himself was a King-Priest "in the manner of
Melchizedek" so-to-speak. That legend goes back to "Shem" of Noah-fame. But perhaps they erased the real Melchizedek from history, and perhaps
they know this, and perhaps Freud was right about the collective guilt of Earth's priests both Jewish and otherwise.
Also, another associated question is this: Can a sexually screwed up priest still covet money and power? Akhenaten knew the answer to be yes, and he
was determined to take action, which he did, grandly.
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