Akhnaton and Moses, the Descendents of Joseph in Egypt 


The first Egyptian kings were disciples and initiates of Atlantean Masters who taught the various degrees of Pyramid Initiation. In the course of time an elaborate ceremony developed hand-in-hand with the Mysteries for the benefit of the masses; but true initiatory work was reserved to priestly families and the royal household, the privilege descending from parent to child. The Pharaohs who reigned in 'the dim beginnings of things' possessed real spiritual light and their most treasured title was "SON OF THE SUN'', a designation of themselves as Horus incarnations. The Temple at Heliopolis was the focal center of this ancient initiatory school, its roots extended far back in Egypt's earliest period. The Great Sphinx at Giza and the nearby pyramid were Initiation Chambers under the authority of the Heliopolis priests, the high priest being known as ''the Seer of Great Vision.''

These sacred truths had been lost to all save a very few by the time of the Eighteenth Dynasty. The sacred truth was lost because the Temple at Heliopolis was taken over by a priesthood that had put politics before spirituality and specialized in various forms of magic sorcery derived from ancient dark cults which were active in Africa. The priests of Amon gradually took to themselves the title of God of Heliopolis, as Amon-Ra.

During the reign of Thwtmosis IV and his son Amenophis III, the Egyptian court attracted a number of wise and learned men. One of them, Amenophis, son of Hapu, was venerated for generations as one of Egypt's holy men and a mouthpiece of the Gods. He was behind the move to restore the Heliopolis Temple, and with the help of his wife (Queen Tiy) fathered a learned man, who bore the cryptic name of Ywaa or 'Yuya'.




The tomb of Ywaa was found in the Valley of the Kings. One must wonder why a man like Ywaa, who is not of royal blood, and not even an Egyptian, but a Semite, was buried in the Valley of the Kings. Ywaa was a minister (vizier) to both Twthomosis IV and Amenhotep III of the 18 Dynasty. Ywaa must have been a very special person. Among the many impressive titles attributed to him in the tomb is 'ntr n nb tawl', which means 'the Holy Father of the Lord of the Two Lands'. The Pharaoh's title in Egypt was the Lord of the Two Lands, and therefore Yuya's title indicates that he fathered a Pharaoh. Ywaa's daughter Tiy, was married to Amenhotep III and bore him a son who was to be the next Pharaoh of Egypt, namely Amenhotep IV (later to be known as Akhnaton). That is how Yuya fathered a Pharaoh.

Queen Tiy (Taia), the mother of Akhnaton: There are stories about Akhnaton following in his mother's footsteps, following her direction under the influence of her family which was thought to be of the Shasu extraction

Akhnaton:
The drama of Akhnaton is among the most controversial subjects in world history, next to the dramas of Alii xa nder the Great and Alii ben aby Taleb. Akhenaton's reign extended eighteen years, much of it as co-regent. After he abdicated the throne the worship of Amon was re-instated and the works of Akhnaton were destroyed, his name was deleted throughout the rest of Egyptian history, and his image was distorted.

Akhenaton's father, Amenhotep III, had married Yuya's daughter Tiy. Later Tiy had a son, Twthomosis, who then disappeared suddenly from the scene. Her second son was born, at the city of Zarw. He was named Amenhotep IV (Akhnaton). Akhenaton spent most of his youth in the Eastern Delta and at Heliopolis. In the Eastern Delta area he was influenced by the Abrahamic tradition of the one God without an image.


"Heliopolis was the site of the ancient Mystery School of the Academy of Thoth. It was in Heliopolis that specific 'Master Souls' prophets and holy men and women had founded their seat of authority around 8090 B.C.


It was also at this sacred place that Thoth-Idris established his home and Academy, and where his library was also located. In later years Joseph and Mary would journey to Heliopolis for their child's solar initiation. It is also believed that Pythagoras had been initiated into the way at the Mystery School of Heliopolis, just like Akhnaton and Moses. The Academy of Thoth was maintained in a lesser form well into the 6th century B.C."


At Heliopolis Akhnaton was initiated by Fire, and educated by his mother 'the big oracle of Hathor' and his grandfather Yuya, and by the great sacred orders who kept the old Atlantean Grail Tradition alive through the old Mystery school of Heliopolis. The grandfather of Akhnaton was referred to by the priesthood as the Son of Atum who purifies Heliopolis and satisfies Ra, which indicates that he was a man of a certain spiritual status.

Later Akhnaton spent his days at Memphis where his fatherís family was living at that time and where the sons of nobles, apparently, were usually trained and educated.

The Ammonite priests and the Egyptian nobles regarded Akhnaton with contempt for his mixed race. It was they, the Ammonits, who refused to accept him as the legitimate heir to the throne. To the extent that Amenhotep III's health began to deteriorate, Tiy's power increased, as she was the power behind the throne during that time. In order to ensure her son's inheritance of the throne, she arranged for him to marry Nefertiti of the Ammonites. During that time Queen Tiy was definitely the power behind the throne.

Akhenaton later transferred his residence to his new capital city, Tell el-Amarna, 200 miles north of Thebes.


When Akhnaton took up residence in the new city, ''Horizon of Aton'', he changed his name Akhnaton and added a title that he bore until his death, namely, ''Living in Truth''. The city was dedicated to the Light and the reverent communion with Nature as being essential to worship. The whiteness of fairy-like houses in the new city was reflected in the glistening waters of innumerable pleasure lakes. Broad avenues sided by palm trees led to gardens where exquisite flowers and trees grew.

At the dedication of the new city Akhnaton declared:

''It was Aton my father that brought me to this City of the Horizon. There was not a noble who directed me to it; there was not any man in the whole land who led me to it, nay, but it was Aton, my Father, that directed me to make it for him. Verily, the City of the Horizon will thrive like Aton in Heaven forever and ever.''


From the start of the co-regency Amenhotep IV offended the Ammonite priesthood by building temples to his God, the Aton, within the boundaries of the established Amon-Re temples at Karnak. He also did not invite the traditional priests to any of the festivities. In his fifth year he changed his name to Akhnaton in honor of the Aton. Aknaton is a mystic name which means ''Fire-which-is-in-Aton''

When Akhnaton became sole ruler after Amenhotep III died, Year 12 of Akhnaton, he closed down the other temples, stopped any financial support for them and sent the priests home. These actions made a bad situation worse. Throughout his reign Akhnaton relied completely on the army's support for protection. The loyalty of the army, which was controlled by Aye (son of Yuya of Ephram ben Joseph tribe), had kept Akhnaton in power in the uneasy years that followed his coming to the throne as sole ruler in his Year 12.

In his Year 17, Akhnaton suddenly disappeared at the same time that Semenkhkare suddenly died. The co-regency of Akhnaton with his brother Semenkhkare was succeeded by the young prince Twtankhamun.

Even if Akhnaton had abdicated and fled from the scene he would still be regarded as the legitimate ruler. As long as he was alive, the Pharaoh was regarded as being the lawful ruler of his lands, even if he was weak and had no authority. It is during his hiding that he met his love 'Kiya' from his mother's house, 'The House of Imran or Imram'. (Imran is a name also given to the Abrahamic seed in Islamic tradition). That was no ordinary love but a sacred marriage of Fire and Water, which brought to the world the Moses child.

When the ten-year old Twtankhamen became the official Pharaoh he was assigned (and controlled by) a guardian. This would be similar to any monarchy nowadays when the legal heir is a minor. As such the rule of Akhnaton continued for four years. Four years later, Year 21 of Akhnaton, the Boy King abandoned the Aton officially and returned to be the son of Amon. The Amon priesthood accepted this return in a crowning celebration. Only then did he become the legitimate monarch. At this point in time, the Aton lost its power in Egypt, and Akhnaton, who was still alive, was king no more.

The disc of the Sun with its rays of light was the symbol of this new concept of Aton. Scholars thought that Aton worship was a form of Shepered King Cult and not a form of Sun worship.

Aton worship, therefore, is the essence of esoteric Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as the true Religion of God. Akhnaton sought not to pay homage to the physical manifestations of the different attributes of the God, which became mistaken by the people for separate Gods. Instead he sought to infuse the new great spiritual ideal of Oneness so that the people would be more aware that all these different gods in their different communities and lands came from the same One source. That is why the Symbol of the Disc was an important concept for teaching the people.

Hymns attributed to Akhnaton declare that God is an invisible being never to be represented by images; that He is the God of all countries; that He loves all men equally; that He is the Creator, Preserver and Merciful father of men and of all living creatures.

Akhnaton was a poet as well as a mystic. His hymns have been compared with those of David in the Old Testament. In the Twenty-third Psalm David sings, ''The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want''. Long before his day Akhnaton chanted ''There is no poverty for him that hath set Thee in his heart''. ''The living Aton beside which there is no other'', was his frequent saying.

Akhnaton was wise in the wisdom of spirit. He was slight and fragile in appearance, quiet and gentle by nature, thoughtful and studious in temperament. He liked best to walk amid the beauties of nature where, with face transfigured by spiritual ecstasy, he was often swept up into vast reaches of cosmic vision. Revered and adored by his people, he was affectionately called ''Lord of the Breath of Sweetness.''

The Aton Temples were delicate and graceful in structure, open on all sides to the sunlight and filled with color and fragrance. These structures embodied the spirit of the Akhnaton teaching that man is closest to God when he is CLOSEST TO NATURE. In the vast outer Temple of Aton, with its seven courts decorated in a seven-tone color scale, were observed joyous ceremonials of the dawn and the mystic sunrise, Akhnaton himself serving at the altar. In the smaller inner Temple were observed the more esoteric rites of ''putting the Aton to rest''. Those with knowledge of esotericism, who are attuned to the rhythms of nature, know that forces released at sunrise are positive (masculine) while those released at sunset are negative (feminine).

Akhnaton was aware that the ancient Atlantean-Egyptian consciousness seeding program was not confined to Egypt. Akhnaton had Temples of Aton built in many places, one such temple was on the site where the City of Jerusalem stands and on top of the more ancient Temples and structures that were built at the same time as the Pyramids dating back to 10500 B.C. (The original name of the mountain was Z-Aton meaning the ''waters of Aton'' and thus the name Jabal Al Zaiton or the Mount of olives).

'' Still alive today is Akhnaton's ideal of a united world in which all men would would merge powerful enough to withstand evils growing out of the spirit of separateness.''

Akhnaton was actually Egypt's holy messenger. It was said that he was chosen for the throne in preference to his elder brother through the MEDIATION OF THE SPHINX. He was active in the restoration of the Sphinx.




The portrayals of Akhnaton suggests a Forolich's syndrome (dystrophia adiposo-genitalis), or Klinefelter's syndrome. This is a congenital chromosomal abnormality with a doubling of the female X strand normally present in the male XY chromosomal, which then becomes XXY (the normal configurations are XY for male, and XX for Female). There is often mild obesity but the subjects are usually quite tall with long legs. Muscularity tends to be underdeveloped, with small testes and gynaecomastia. Although the sexual drive may be normal, infertility is the rule. Akhnaton's having six daughters is hardly evidence that Akhnaton had the syndrome.


Akhnaton daughters portrayed with elongated heads








 

The right photo shows the distorted representation of Akhnaton who attempted to live the life of a Sage while on the throne. Akhnaton is represented as tall and languid, with a low jaw, well developed breasts and feminine hips, yet spindly lower legs. His abdomen is full but his umbilicus is preserved. The fundamental question is whether Akhnaton really looked like that? Or whether he chose this gynaeco portrayal for other reasons? Or if it were deliberately done to distort his looks as well as his history by the Amon priests after his death?

The (Zygophyllum Dumosum Bush) Zaqqum tree fruit is similar to the devilís head according to Islamic tradition as well as the ancient tradition of Egypt. . By portraying Akhnaton's daughters as of a Nephlimic seed with devil -like heads would distort the true identity of Akhnaton genetic lineage.

From The Qur'an, Sorat AL Saffat ''Meaning The Ranks'', verses 62-65:
In The Name Of God The Compassionate, The Merciful

"Is this not a better welcome than the Zaqqum tree? We have made this tree a scourge for the unjust. It grows in the nethermost part of Hell, bearing fruit like DEVILS' HEADS"

The left photo is of the mummy of Ywaa's (Yuya) of Ephram ben 'Yusaif' Joseph tribe. The mummy was not crossed in the usual Osiris form over the chest. Instead, the palms of the hands were facing the neck under the chin. No Egyptian mummy was ever found with the hands in this position.

The right photo shows the head statue of Queen Tiy (Taia), the most brilliant and famous of Egypt's queens (18th Dynasty) found in the Temple of Hathor near the turquoise mines. The round-cheeked energetic face with the well-defined jaw appears framed by a wig or hair styled in regular curls, which leaves the ears uncovered 'like Hathor'. The curved frowning eyebrows and the full mouth turned sulkily down at the corners give the queen a serious and proud look.