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    beejean
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    Post  beejean on Sun 23 Sep 2012, 1:17 pm

    I had a dream/vision of Moses shaking his head in angry disapproval about a situation.

    My take on this snippet:

    I happen to be reading a Nick Drake fiction about Akhentaten's Egyptian regime. I think Moses would know a lot about that subject. Probably Moses didn't want to let me think that anything in the Nick Drake book was at all similar to what Egypt was like.

    Or, perhaps Moses, already disgruntled at the vociferous threats to the race of Jews, is expressing his anger that a civilization in the present age would want to eliminate an entire race in the genocidal mayhem of a rain of missiles.
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    Post  DearWife on Mon 24 Sep 2012, 9:41 am

    Hi beejean. I was reading about Akhentaten not too long ago. He was one of the first Pharoahs to proclaim belief in one God, or monotheism.

    "It was said that one day Akhenaten had a vision wherein he saw a sun disc between two mountains. He felt that God was guiding him to make change. He was shown the God, Aten, as the Sun Disk - the Light. He felt guided by Aten to build a city between the two mountains.

    In the sixth year of his reign Akhenaten rejected the Gods of Thebes. They were never part of his childhood anyway since he had been shunned as a child. Akhenaten had declared for the first time in recorded history that there was only one God - the concept of monotheism. Overnight he turned 2,000 years of Egyptian religious upside down..."


    I've even read stories where some think Akhenaten to be Moses, but that's all speculation. Akhentaten was also married to Nefertiti, and father of king tut (link).


    Here is a scan from my World Literature book which mentions Akhenaten:

    https://redcdn.net/ihimg/photo/my-images/193/hta001.jpg/
    https://redcdn.net/ihimg/photo/my-images/802/hta002.jpg/

    What I do find interesting though, are similarities between Joseph and another Pharaoh named Imhotep:

    http://www.s8int.com/joseph.html

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imhotep
    (there's a bit of info regarding Imhotep's dreams)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm9ATLhkujY&feature=plcp

    It would be interesting to know which pharoah it was Moses encountered.
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    Post  beejean on Tue 25 Sep 2012, 2:40 am

    DearWife wrote:Hi beejean. I was reading about Akhentaten not too long ago. He was one of the first Pharoahs to proclaim belief in one God, or monotheism.

    "It was said that one day Akhenaten had a vision wherein he saw a sun disc between two mountains. He felt that God was guiding him to make change. He was shown the God, Aten, as the Sun Disk - the Light. He felt guided by Aten to build a city between the two mountains.

    In the sixth year of his reign Akhenaten rejected the Gods of Thebes.


    Here is a scan from my World Literature book which mentions Akhenaten:

    https://redcdn.net/ihimg/photo/my-images/193/hta001.jpg/
    https://redcdn.net/ihimg/photo/my-images/802/hta002.jpg/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm9ATLhkujY&feature=plcp

    It would be interesting to know which pharoah it was Moses encountered.

    Thank you for posting the links. It is certainly an interesting set of images about the "Aten" which was the new cult Akhenaten established. Nick Drake's book was called Nefertiti, but it followed the story of an investigation in Nefertiti's disappearance as people were getting angry and began hotly contesting for rebellion about the new religion which the Egyptian people found to be unacceptable and too much change all at once. I suppose someone always takes exception to spiritual beliefs that seem new and different from the past, especially as a break with the past.

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