In part 9, as more and more pyramids were built from 2600 BC and onward all over the world, we covered the legends surrounding the Draco-Orion alliance and how they use the Earth realm as an energy farm, ruling through their Anunnaki and Nephilim descendants through fear and division.
While Egypt remained strong, we also saw the growth of the Phoenicians/Canaanites, which led to the Battle of Megiddo, where Thutmose III and his Egyptian armies crushed the plundering and rebellious forces of Canaanite vassal states – a war later referred to as the Biblical Armageddon, as in a future climactic battle between God and the forces of Evil.
Keep in mind that this series connects events and people from legends, myths and religious texts to decipher history with some direction from texts by prominent ‘elite’ occultists, the beliefs recorded by secret societies, and it is based on notes from articles at allreligionsareone.org, which is the site who has come closest to the truth of our history. With that repeated, let’s continue.
After the victory at Megiddo in 1457 BC, the Egyptian pharaoh Thutmose III, also known as Thutmose the Great, continues to conquer new land and expel invaders. During his reign, he transformed Egypt from an inward-looking kingdom into a triumphant expanding nation by conquering all of Syria, crossing the Euphrates to defeat the Mitannians, and penetrating the south along the Nile River to Napata in the Sudan. He manages to defeat the influence of the Tribe of Dan along the Mediterranean Sea, and the Palestinian Hyksos that previously ruled northern Egypt.
By defeating the Tribe of Dan (the Danu-worshipping Nephilim-dominant brethren out of Atlantis,) the now Egyptian Aryan and Draco-Orion-dominant descendants remained the biggest influence within the Earth realm. Remember, in the bible, the Garden of Eden is Atlantis, and the Nephilim found human women (pictured as Eve) irresistible and interbred with humans right from the start.
The order of the Egyptian serpent priest class and the Royal Court of the Dragon (founded in 2200 BC) spreads their influence and becomes the House of Judea. Thutmose III knows that the priests of Amun/Ammon are becoming too powerful. He pretends to be part of their religion but supports the mystery school ‘Order of the Rose Cross’ and the Aten priests of Iannu, who are loyal to the throne. Aten is an ancient Egyptian Sun God (Solar Disk, as in Saturn) often seen or referred to as part of Re (Ra.)
The members of the mystery school of the Order of the Rose Cross (later to become Rosicrucianism) are seen as physicians of the soul with the desire to explore the mysteries of life and learn the secrets of this hidden wisdom. They develop techniques like sungazing and meditating with healing rods, copper and zinc tubes, containing hardened coal and magnetite. The symbol of the upright, centered red cross in a rose circle is the mark of Quain/Cain, the Rose Cross.
Thutmose III’s son, Amenhotep II, was said to be red-haired with reptilian scales under his human skin. He had deep knowledge of Kabbalah (later a part of Jewish tradition that deals with the essence of God,) he was an alchemist and supposedly summoned demons as a necromancer.
Amenhotep II (seventh pharaoh in the 18th dynasty) sent his daughters to Phoenicia to gain influence, and his son, Thutmose IV, takes his place as the next pharaoh. Thutmose IV’s son Amenhotep III became the ninth pharaoh during the Eighteenth Dynasty and his reign was said to be a period of unprecedented prosperity and splendor – when Egypt reached the peak of its artistic and international power.
Amenhotep III’s wife Queen Tiye is a red-haired black woman with an elongated skull, connected to the bloodline of the Nordic Yuya. She gives birth to Akhenaten/Akhenaton. His mother Tiye favors him, but he is ignored and shunned by the rest of his family because he is considered an androgynous bastard child (a mix of the Aryan Draco-bloodline and the Nephilim bloodline,) a hybrid with black skin, black lined almond eyes, thick lips, pinched cheeks, less dense bone structure, sunken chest and protruding stomach, wide hips, an elongated head, and a larger brain size. Akhenaten is said to be Moses, as the child from the sea (river Nile,) exiled from his family and found in a crocodile shaped basket, symbolic of reptilian Nephilim descent.
Akhenaten later moves to Anu (Heliopolis,) for his education under the supervision of snake priests of the black sun God Aten/Ra (the Solar Disk, as in Saturn, a circle within a circle.) Because of his unusual wide hips and protruding abdomen, he sees himself as a life-giver (as in being part woman.)
Around 1352 BC, after the death of his father Amenhotep III, and at the peak of Egypt’s imperial glory, his mother lets him ascend the throne. As a pharaoh, Akhenaten tries to restore the original Atlantean/Egyptian religion, to convert the Egyptians from the fear-based polytheism of idols, sacrifice and magic amulets of Amun back to a single controlling intelligence in Aten, represented by a sun disk (Saturn, as in Draco-Orion.)
It is during Akhenaten’s reign that the ‘Ankh,’ or ‘key of life,’ hieroglyphic symbol appears in stone carvings showing the Sun God Aten extending the Ankh to a figure representing Akhenaten. The ankh has a cross shape, but with a teardrop-shaped loop in place over the vertical upper bar.
The Ankh is considered a gift of the life-giving sun, representing the 4 realms, the 4 elements with spirit, which also is represented in the four-letter word for God, as in YHVH, Yahweh.
In 1346 BC, Akhenaten had a vision of Aten, the Solar Disk of Saturn between two mountains, as in two pillars, two towers. This led him to build the city of Amarna, also known as Tell el-Amarna, as one big Sun Gate to worship Aten, represented as a hermaphrodite with monuments shaped as a phallus and a vulva (those shapes are also known as lingam and yoni in Hindu.)
Sungazing became a daily morning ritual as part of worshipping Aten. He also introduced a day to atone for one’s sins. On this day, people were to fast, to ask for forgiveness of their sins, and not work. A blood sacrifice was made as atonement for all their sins. This later became Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day in Judaism.
In other words, Akhenaten introduced monotheism in Egypt with the worship of the Sun God Aten, represented as a sun disk (Saturn.)
The Egyptian priests despise him as they are no longer needed under his rule. And when Akhenaten’s mother die, he becomes tyrannical. He orders his military to disband the priesthood and to vandalize and destroy their idols.
Akhenaten later becomes involved with the Levites, a Jewish sect of males who claim patrilineal descent from the Tribe of Levi. They preach their gospel to the unpopular nomadic people referred to as the Habiru (Hebrew,) those who cross from the other side, a people of low-class mercenaries, raiders and thieves from the North. They incite race-based wars and massacres. They invent rules and regulations, and teach the gospel of a ‘promised land of milk and honey’ as something to be taken literally. They worship the moon as ‘Yam,’ and Jupiter the storm god as ‘Indra.’ The worship of Aten (Saturn,) as in Atenism, becomes a patriarchal faith.
At this stage, around 1332 BC, Horemheb (who would later be the last Pharaoh of the 18th century,) Ramses I (who would later be the first pharaoh of the 19th century,) and Seti I (who would later be the second pharaoh of the 19th century,) plan a military coup against Akhenaten. To prevent a civil war, Akhenaten abdicates the throne; first to Smenkhkare and then to Neferneferuaten, both who are very short-lived, and then to his nine-year-old son Tutankhamen who changes his name into Tutankhamun and restores the old religion. He reigned until his death around the age of nineteen. Tutankhamun is followed by Ay and then the son-in-law Horemheb, the last Pharaoh of the Eighteen century.
In the aftermath of Akhenaten’s reign, he leads the Levites/Israelites out of Egypt and, as the lawgiver, he writes down the Ten Commandments, which was symbolic to ‘Spell 125’ in the Egyptian Book of the Dead – the famous vignette depicting the Hall of Judgement, where the deceased had to recite the Negative Confession to Osiris and 42 other divine judges. Thus, within Judaism, Akhenaten became the biblical figure Moses.
Also, at this time, the Levites wrote the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, namely Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The Torah is also known as the ‘Pentateuch,’ or the Five Books of Moses (Akhenaten.)
We can see the connections in Psalm 104, which is almost a duplicate of the Egyptian Hymn to Aten (Saturn,) which was found on the wall of a 14th century BC tomb in Egypt. Psalm 104 uses analogous language for the Sun (as in Saturn) to describe the power of God.