Akhenaten, The Heretic!

Started by s1nbad, December 28, 2021, 06:32:15 AM

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When I was first going through the Ra transcripts, their mention of communicating with the pharaoh Akhenaten made me look into him. He abandoned thousands of years of Egyptian religious tradition to start the first known monotheistic religion. He also destroyed the altars of their previous gods and had any mention of them scrubbed out. This is significant also because the altars were a big part of their economy.

This is a great presentation on the subject:

Based on data gathered, he hypothesizes that Akhenaten had a divine experience.


QuoteMeanwhile, the information concerning initiation and healing by crystal was being given. The one known as "Akhenaten" was able to perceive this information without significant distortion and for a time, moved, shall we say, heaven and earth in order to invoke the Law of One and to order the priesthood of these structures in accordance with the distortions of initiation and true compassionate healing. This was not to be long-lasting.
At this entity's physical dissolution from your third-density physical plane, as we have said before, our teachings became quickly perverted, our structures returning once again to the use of the so-called "royal" or those with distortions towards power.
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Deb

Hmmm, interesting, I'll have to watch the video.

@Sena, I know you've brought up monotheism a few times, you might be interested in this.
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Sena

Quote from: Deb on December 28, 2021, 05:56:45 PM@Sena, I know you've brought up monotheism a few times, you might be interested in this.

Deb, yes it is interesting to know that the Catholic doctrine of monotheism is derived from an ancient Egyptian delusion. It is likely that ALL religions are based on "divine experiences". The experiences of Jane Roberts with Seth could be described as divine experiences, with the understanding that such experiences emanate from All That Is.
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Bora137

Hi S1nbad this is interesting. My understanding was Ra was able to make contact with the ancient Egyptians precisely because their beliefs were so aligned with the Law of One and had come about naturally without external intervention. If Ra changed the Egyptians' beliefs that would violate the law of free will to which Ra strictly adheres, or so I thought. The pyramids Ra helped to build could not be so fantastical as to be beyond the human developed technology of the time, again if they had been this would have been clear evidence of external help which would have impinged on the freewill of future civilizations  e.g. us. This is supported by this -
"We are those of the Confederation who eleven thousand of your years ago came to two of your planetary cultures which were at that time closely in touch with the creation of the One Creator. It was our naïve belief that we could teach/learn by direct contact and the free will distortions of individual feeling or personality were in no danger, we thought, of being disturbed as these cultures were already closely aligned with a[n] all-embracing belief in the live-ness or consciousness of all."

So they built the pyramids but it went wrong because only the local elite were allowed to use them. This was not in accordance with the law of one so Ra left. However they continued to monitor this culture in the hope of righting their mistake. This next bit puzzles me and supports what you have said - they contact a Pharo (Akhenaten) because he is a wanderer (so his vibration is close to their own). Akhenaten is bowled over by their delineation of the law of one to him. And he goes off as you say S1nbad and makes sweeping changes to the religious institutions.

"This entity, Akhenaten, became convinced that the vibration of One was the true spiritual vibration and thus decreed the Law of One."


For me this goes against the law of freewill and I'm surprised by the degree too which the confederation were allowed to manipulate. Anyway, Ra was once again unsuccessful -

"However, this entity's beliefs were accepted by very few. His priests gave lip service only, without the spiritual distortion towards seeking. The peoples continued in their beliefs. When this entity was no longer in this density, again the polarized beliefs in the many gods came into their own and continued so until the one known as Muhammad delivered the peoples into a more intelligible distortion of mind/body/spirit relationships."

Ra is our neighbour in this solar system coming from Venus but I think that race physically was less distorted towards violence and power simply because they had no opposing thumbs (if I remember correctly) so weapons (hand weapons, knives, guns and I think most importantly early clubs)  were not adopted by them, and generally they were a far more peaceful species. Ra's mistakes of judgement in regard to humans suggests to me that it/they did not have a great depth of understanding of us.


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s1nbad

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Quote from: Bora137 on December 29, 2021, 01:48:50 AMHi S1nbad this is interesting. My understanding was Ra was able to make contact with the ancient Egyptians precisely because their beliefs were so aligned with the Law of One and had come about naturally without external intervention. If Ra changed the Egyptians' beliefs that would violate the law of free will to which Ra strictly adheres, or so I thought. The pyramids Ra helped to build could not be so fantastical as to be beyond the human developed technology of the time, again if they had been this would have been clear evidence of external help which would have impinged on the freewill of future civilizations  e.g. us. This is supported by this -
"We are those of the Confederation who eleven thousand of your years ago came to two of your planetary cultures which were at that time closely in touch with the creation of the One Creator. It was our naïve belief that we could teach/learn by direct contact and the free will distortions of individual feeling or personality were in no danger, we thought, of being disturbed as these cultures were already closely aligned with a[n] all-embracing belief in the live-ness or consciousness of all."

So they built the pyramids but it went wrong because only the local elite were allowed to use them. This was not in accordance with the law of one so Ra left. However they continued to monitor this culture in the hope of righting their mistake. This next bit puzzles me and supports what you have said - they contact a Pharo (Akhenaten) because he is a wanderer (so his vibration is close to their own). Akhenaten is bowled over by their delineation of the law of one to him. And he goes off as you say S1nbad and makes sweeping changes to the religious institutions.

"This entity, Akhenaten, became convinced that the vibration of One was the true spiritual vibration and thus decreed the Law of One."


For me this goes against the law of freewill and I'm surprised by the degree too which the confederation were allowed to manipulate. Anyway, Ra was once again unsuccessful -

"However, this entity's beliefs were accepted by very few. His priests gave lip service only, without the spiritual distortion towards seeking. The peoples continued in their beliefs. When this entity was no longer in this density, again the polarized beliefs in the many gods came into their own and continued so until the one known as Muhammad delivered the peoples into a more intelligible distortion of mind/body/spirit relationships."

Ra is our neighbour in this solar system coming from Venus but I think that race physically was less distorted towards violence and power simply because they had no opposing thumbs (if I remember correctly) so weapons (hand weapons, knives, guns and I think most importantly early clubs)  were not adopted by them, and generally they were a far more peaceful species. Ra's mistakes of judgement in regard to humans suggests to me that it/they did not have a great depth of understanding of us.

Yeah, Ra developed quickly and were naive to our disharmony.
With regards to the Law of Confusion (or free will): I don't think there is an inherent law which would, for example, prevent Ra from materializing here and organizing our society for us. There is no fun in that anyways, but such a law would violate free will (Ra's free will). It's tricky to think about, because then you could say that now the "victim's" free will has been violated. Maybe in such cases though, the 'victim' chose that before incarnation, or they really wanted it to happen while incarnate. 

It's easy to see a situation where you have an organization of consciousness like the Confederation leaning towards not disturbing the free will of other entities, so they set up these soft limits for themselves. The Council of Saturn is apparently a place where decisions regarding such things are made.

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