The Children of Agni

Now, in order to understand the conflict between the worshipers of "Amun" and "Aten", we have to understand who they really are. Nowadays, people are told about Akhenaten being the one who solidified the worship of just one God called "Aten", however, the real question is, Why this God? We are told that he had obliterated the worship of the other Gods, and yet, Amun was the apparent supreme deity worshiped until the coming of Aten. Who is Aten really? Who is Amun or Amun ra? If the are both Solar deities, then does this mean they are one and the same? Or is there a masking of the Gods?

Let's learn about the God called "Amun" first on the Wiki: "Amun (US: /ˈɑːmən/; also Amon, Ammon, Amen; Ancient Egyptian: Ámmōn,  Hámmōn) was a major ancient Egyptian deity who appears as a member of the Hermopolitan Ogdoad. Amun was attested from the Old Kingdom together with his wife Amaunet. With the 11th Dynasty (c. 21st century BC), Amun rose to the position of patron deity of Thebes by replacing Montu." 

"After the rebellion of Thebes against the Hyksos and with the rule of Ahmose I (16th century BC), Amun acquired national importance, expressed in his fusion with the Sun god, Ra, as Amun-Ra or Amun-Re. Amun-Ra retained chief importance in the Egyptian pantheon throughout the New Kingdom (with the exception of the "Atenist heresy" under Akhenaten). Amun-Ra in this period (16th to 11th centuries BC) held the position of transcendental, self-created creator deity "par excellence"; he was the champion of the poor or troubled and central to personal piety."

"His position as King of Gods developed to the point of virtual monotheism where other gods became manifestations of him. With Osiris, Amun-Ra is the most widely recorded of the Egyptian gods. As the chief deity of the Egyptian Empire, Amun-Ra also came to be worshipped outside Egypt, according to the testimony of ancient Greek historiographers in Libya and Nubia. As Zeus Ammon, he came to be identified with Zeus in Greece."

"Amun and Amaunet are mentioned in the Old Egyptian Pyramid Texts. The name Amun (written imn) meant something like "the hidden one" or "invisible". Amun rose to the position of tutelary deity of Thebes after the end of the First Intermediate Period, under the 11th Dynasty. As the patron of Thebes, his spouse was Mut. In Thebes, Amun as father, Mut as mother and the Moon god Khonsu formed a divine family or "Theban Triad".

Identification with Min and Ra: "Amun depicted as Amun-Ra. Fragment of a stela showing Amun enthroned. Mut, wearing the double crown, stands behind him. Both are receiving offerings from Ramesses I, now lost."

"From Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London When the army of the founder of the Eighteenth Dynasty expelled the Hyksos rulers from Egypt, the victor's city of origin, Thebes, became the most important city in Egypt, the capital of a new dynasty. The local patron deity of Thebes, Amun, therefore became nationally important. The pharaohs of that new dynasty attributed all of their successes to Amun, and they lavished much of their wealth and captured spoil on the construction of temples dedicated to Amun."

"Amun depicted as Amun-Min. The victory against the "foreign rulers" achieved by pharaohs who worshipped Amun caused him to be seen as a champion of the less fortunate, upholding the rights of justice for the poor. By aiding those who traveled in his name, he became the Protector of the road. Since he upheld Ma'at (truth, justice, and goodness), those who prayed to Amun were required first to demonstrate that they were worthy, by confessing their sins."

"Votive stelae from the artisans' village at Deir el-Medina record: [Amun] who comes at the voice of the poor in distress, who gives breath to him who is wretched..You are Amun, the Lord of the silent, who comes at the voice of the poor; when I call to you in my distress You come and rescue me ... Though the servant was disposed to do evil, the Lord is disposed to forgive. The Lord of Thebes spends not a whole day in anger; His wrath passes in a moment; none remains. His breath comes back to us in mercy ... May your kꜣ be kind; may you forgive; It shall not happen again."

"Subsequently, when Egypt conquered Kush, they identified the chief deity of the Kushites as Amun. This Kush deity was depicted as ram-headed, more specifically a woolly ram with curved horns. Amun thus became associated with the ram arising from the aged appearance of the Kush ram deity, and depictions related to Amun sometimes had small ram's horns, known as the Horns of Ammon."

"A solar deity in the form of a ram can be traced to the pre-literate Kerma culture in Nubia, contemporary to the Old Kingdom of Egypt. The later (Meroitic period) name of Nubian Amun was Amani, attested in numerous personal names such as Tanwetamani, Arkamani, and Amanitore."

"Since rams were considered a symbol of virility, Amun also became thought of as a fertility deity, and so started to absorb the identity of Min, becoming Amun-Min. This association with virility led to Amun-Min gaining the epithet Kamutef, meaning "Bull of his mother", in which form he was found depicted on the walls of Karnak, ithyphallic, and with a scourge, as Min was. i mn n ra Z1 C1 Amun-Ra Egyptian hieroglyphs Re-Horakhty ("Ra (who is the) Horus of the two Horizons"), the fusion of Ra and Horus, in a depiction typical of the New Kingdom."

"Re-Horakhty was in turn identified with Amun. As the cult of Amun grew in importance, Amun became identified with the chief deity who was worshipped in other areas during that period, namely the sun god Ra. This identification led to another merger of identities, with Amun becoming Amun-Ra. In the Hymn to Amun-Ra he is described as Lord of truth, father of the gods, maker of men, creator of all animals, Lord of things that are, creator of the staff of life."

Daniel 7:9 “I beheld till the thrones were cast down, and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was white as snow, and the hair of his head like the pure wool: his throne was like the fiery flame, and his wheels as burning fire.”

In the New Kingdom, Amun became successively identified with all other Egyptian deities, to the point of virtual monotheism (which was then attacked by means of the "counter-monotheism" of Atenism). Primarily, the god of wind Amun came to be identified with the solar god Ra and the god of fertility and creation Min, so that Amun-Ra had the main characteristic of a solar god, creator god and fertility god."

"He also adopted the aspect of the ram from the Nubian solar god, besides numerous other titles and aspects. As Amun-Re, he was petitioned for mercy by those who believed suffering had come about as a result of their own or others' wrongdoing. Amon-Re "who hears the prayer, who comes at the cry of the poor and distressed...Beware of him! Repeat him to son and daughter, to great and small; relate him to generations of generations who have not yet come into being; relate him to fishes in the deep, to birds in heaven; repeat him to him who does not know him and to him who knows him ... Though it may be that the servant is normal in doing wrong, yet the Lord is normal in being merciful. The Lord of Thebes does not spend an entire day angry. As for his anger – in the completion of a moment there is no remnant ... As thy Ka endures! thou wilt be merciful!"

"In the Leiden hymns, Amun, Ptah, and Re are regarded as a trinity who are distinct gods but with unity in plurality. "The three gods are one yet the Egyptian elsewhere insists on the separate identity of each of the three." This unity in plurality is expressed in one text: All gods are three: Amun, Re and Ptah, whom none equals. He who hides his name as Amun, he appears to the face as Re, his body is Ptah."

"Henri Frankfort suggested that Amun was originally a wind god and pointed out that the implicit connection between the winds and mysteriousness was paralleled in a passage from the Gospel of John: "The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going."[John 3:8]

"A Leiden hymn to Amun describes how he calms stormy seas for the troubled sailor: The tempest moves aside for the sailor who remembers the name of Amon. The storm becomes a sweet breeze for he who invokes His name ... Amon is more effective than millions for he who places Him in his heart. Thanks to Him the single man becomes stronger than a crowd."

Greece: "Amun, worshipped by the Greeks as Ammon, had a temple and a statue, the gift of Pindar (d. 443 BC), at Thebes, and another at Sparta, the inhabitants of which, as Pausanias says, consulted the oracle of Ammon in Libya from early times more than the other Greeks."

"At Aphytis, Chalcidice, Amun was worshipped, from the time of Lysander (d. 395 BC), as zealously as in Ammonium. Pindar the poet honored the god with a hymn. At Megalopolis the god was represented with the head of a ram (Paus. viii.32 § 1), and the Greeks of Cyrenaica dedicated at Delphi a chariot with a statue of Ammon."

"Such was its reputation among the Classical Greeks that Alexander the Great journeyed there after the battle of Issus and during his occupation of Egypt, where he was declared "the son of Amun" by the oracle. Alexander thereafter considered himself divine. Even during this occupation, Amun, identified by these Greeks as a form of Zeus, continued to be the principal local deity of Thebes."

"Several words derive from Amun via the Greek form, Ammon, such as ammonia and ammonite. The Romans called the ammonium chloride they collected from deposits near the Temple of Jupiter-Amun in ancient Libya sal ammoniacus (salt of Amun) because of proximity to the nearby temple."

"Ammonia, as well as being the chemical, is a genus name in the foraminifera. Both these foraminiferans (shelled Protozoa) and ammonites (extinct shelled cephalopods) bear spiral shells resembling a ram's, and Ammon's, horns. The regions of the hippocampus in the brain are called the cornu ammonis – literally "Amun's Horns", due to the horned appearance of the dark and light bands of cellular layers. In Paradise Lost, Milton identifies Ammon with the biblical Ham (Cham) and states that the gentiles called him the Libyan Jove."

The reader should already identify this God to be Baal himself. Baal is stated to mean Lord, but also the connection to the bull as well, thus relating to Osiris. When the excerpts detailed "Ram headed", "woolly haired", "King of the Gods", and how the prayers in the end states "Amen", all shows that it's been "re-written" for the worship of Amun. When the Bible states "King of the Gods", it's automatically based towards Zeus worship, thus Amun or "Amen", is merely the alternative name to "Osiris". 

Here states this in Psalms 51: "(To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David, when Nathan the prophet came unto him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba.) Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. 2Wash me throughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. 3For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin is ever before me."

"4Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou judgest. 5Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me. 6Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden part thou shalt make me to know wisdom."

"7Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 8Make me to hear joy and gladness; that the bones which thou hast broken may rejoice. 9Hide thy face from my sins, and blot out all mine iniquities. 10Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. 11Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me. 12Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit."

"13Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee. 14Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, thou God of my salvation: and my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteousness. 15O Lord, open thou my lips; and my mouth shall shew forth thy praise. 16For thou desirest not sacrifice; else would I give it: thou delightest not in burnt offering."

"17The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise. 18Do good in thy good pleasure unto Zion: build thou the walls of Jerusalem. 19Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt offering and whole burnt offering: then shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar."

This is automatically towards Amun in the Bible. It shows that the war between the worshipers of Amun and the being called Aten, still exist even to this day.

Let's see "The Anacalypsis" Volume 1, chapter 9 page 256 states this about Baal: "BALA or Bal was one of the names of Buddha.* It cannot be modern; in most ancient times it is every where to be found—in Carthage, Sidon, Tyre, Syria, Assyria—the Baal of the Hebrews."

"It is impossible to modernize him. The temples with the Bull remaining, and the ruins of the most magnificent city of Mahabali-pore not quite buried beneath the waves, and the figure in the temples prove the antiquity of this crucified God. Captain Wilford has pointed out some very striking traits of resemblance in the temples of Bal or Buddha, in Assyria, India, and Egypt : but this is not surprising, for they were all temples of Apis, the Bull of the Zodiac."

"When all the other circumstances are considered, it will not have surprised the reader to find the Hebrew God Baal, the bull-headed, among the Hindoo Gods. He is called Bala-Rama or Bala-hadra. He is the elder brother of Cristna, that is, probably, he preceded Cristna. M. Guigniaut says, Bala is evidently an incarnation of the sun; and Mr. Fuller remarks, that he is a modification of Sri-Rama, and forms the transition of connecting link between Sri-Rama and Cristna."

"This Sri is evidently the $: sr or Osiris, with the bull of Egypt. This Sri is found in the Surya of India, which is no other than Buddha; as we have seen, it is the oriental word for Bull, $&: sur, from which perhaps Syria, where the worship of Baal prevailed, had its name. Bali is allowed by the Brahmins to have been an incarnation or Avatar, but he is also said to have been a great tyrant and conquered by Cristna. In the history of this Avatar the rise of Cristnism is described. Vishnu or Cristna at first pretends to be very small, but by degrees increases to a great size, till at last he expels the giant, but leaves him the sovereignty of a gloomy kingdom."

"Creuzer, Vol. I. p.187." "Sir W. Jones, in his Sixth Annual Discourse, gives an account of a celebrated Persian work, called the Desatir, written by a person named Moshani Fani, in which is described a dynasty of Persian kings descending from a certain Mahabad who reigned over the whole earth, by whom, he says, the castes were invented; that fourteen Mahabads or Great Buddhas has appeared or would appear; and that the first of them left a work called the Desatir, or Regulations, and which was received by Mahabad from the Creator. This Maha-Bad is evidently the great Buddha;* and the Maha-Bul or Maha-Beli the great Baal, or Bol of Syria, with the head of a bull, in fact the sun—the whole most clearly an astrological or astronomical mythos or allegory."

"As a mythos the Mahabadian history of Moshani Fani is very interesting; as the true account of a dynasty of kings it is nothing. But I think there is great reason to believe that the Desatir is one of the oldest religious works existing, though probably much corrupted by the Mohamedan Moshani. This work confirms what I have said in B. V. Ch. V. S.2, that Menu and Buddha were identical. * Vide Faber, Pag. Idol. Vol. II. pp. 74-83."

"To return to the word Baal. … It is said by Parkhurst to be equivalent to the Greek _ gio<, having="" authority.="" it="" is="" also="" said="" by="" him="" to="" mean="" the="" solar="" fire.="" baal="" is="" also="" called="" lord="" of="" heaven,="" which="" may="" be="" the="" meaning="" of="" 0?.:="" -3,="" bol="" smin,="" translated="" lord="" of="" heaven.="" but="" .?.:="" smin="" or="" 0?.:="" smin="" meant="" the="" planets="" of="" the="" disposers.="" its="" most="" remarkable="" meaning="" was="" that="" of="" a="" beeve="" of="" either="" gender.="" it="" was="" an="" idol="" of="" the="" syrians="" or="" assyrians,="" often="" represented="" as="" a="" man="" with="" the="" head="" of="" a="" bull.*="" *="" for="" bull-worship,="" see="" d'ancarville,="" vol.="" i.="" …="" the="" true="" god="" was="" originally="" called="" -3,="" bol,*="" thou="" shalt="" no="" more="" call="" me="" baali.="" he="" was="" afterward="" called="" %="" ie="" or="" %&%="" ieue,="" which="" meant="" the="" self-existent,="" and="" was="" the="" root="" of="" the="" word="" iaw,="" or="" iao-pater,="" jupiter,="" and="" in="" egypt,="" with="" the="" head="" of="" a="" ram,="" was="" called="" jupiter="" ammon.="" the="" followers="" of="" baal="" were="" the="" worshipers="" of="" the="" sun="" in="" taurus="" :="" those="" of="" iao="" of="" ammon—of="" the="" sun="" in="" aries.="" from="" the="" word="" -3,="" bol="" probably="" came="" our="" word="" bull.="" here="" the="" struggle="" betwixt="" the="" two="" sects="" of="" taurus="" and="" aries="" shews="" itself.="" *="" hosea="" ii."="">

"The Apollo of the Greeks was nothing but the name of the Israelitish and Syrian Bol -3, bol, with the Chaldee emphatic article prefixed and the usual Greek termination. The most remarkable of the remains of the Indian Bal or Bala-Rama yet to be found in the West, is the temple of Heliopolis or Baalbec in Syria. … The Greek name Heliopolis proves, if proof were wanting, the meaning of the word Bal. ... The Hindoos have a sacrifice held in very high esteem which, their traditions state, goes back to the most remote æra : this is the sacrifice of a certain species of grass, called Cufa grass. This ancient sacrifice was also in use among the Egyptians."

It becomes evident that even the God called "Baal" is shown speaking as well. This leads back to the Osirian worship as Amun, and "Ammon Zeus" are all one and same. Originally, I had thought what if it does state the God of fire to being the "King of the Gods", but this merely pertains to the other deity that the whole world worships. 

Now, because this God is known for the "Ram" symbology, then it makes sense as to why there is the "Agni and the lamb" reference from Godfrey Higgin's statement. In Sir Godfrey Higgins' book "The Anacalypsis" chapter 10 page 260: "If the religions of Moses and the Hindoos were the same, it was reasonable to expect that we should find the celebrated Egyptian festival of the Passover in both countries, and it is found accordingly. We have in it the most solemn of the religious rites of the Brahmins, the sacrifice of the Yajna or the Lamb."

"… This history of the passage of the sun and of the passage of the Israelites from Egypt, affords a very remarkable example of the double meaning of the Hebrew books. Before the time of Moses, the Egyptians fixed the commencement of the year at the vernal equinox. … In the Oriental Chronicle it is said, that the day the sun entered into Aries, was solennis ac celeberrimus apud Ægyptios. But this Ægyptian festival commenced on the very day when the Paschal lamb was separated."

"… In this festival the Israelites marked their door-posts, &c., with blood, the Ægyptians marked their goods with red. The Hebrew name was (.5 psh pesach, which means transit. The Lamb itself is also called Pesech, or the Passover."

"In India, the devotees throw red powder on one another at the festival of the Huli or vernal equinox. This red powder, the Hindoos say, is an imitation of the pollen of plants, the principle of fructification, the flower of the plant. Here we arrive at the import of this mystery. A plant which has not this powder, this flower or flour, is useless; it does not produce seed."

"This Huli festival is the festival of the vernal equinox; it is the Yulé; it is the origin of our word holy; it is Julius, Yulius. The followers of Vishnu observes the custom, on grand occasions, of sacrificing a ram. This sacrifice was called Yajna; and the fire of the Yajna was called Yajneswara, of the God fire. The word "Yajna, M. Dubois says (p.316,) is derived from Agni fire, as if it were to this God that the sacrifice was really offered. I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni and the Latin Ignis."

"And I suppose I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni to the Latin Agnus, to those who have seen the numerous extraordinary coincidences in the languages of Italy and India, which I have shewn in this work and in my Celtic Druids. In this ceremony of sacrificing the lamb the devotees of India chaunt with a loud voice, When will it be that the Saviour will be born ! When will it be that the Redeemer will appear ! The Brahmins, though they eat no flesh on any other occasion, at this sacrifice taste the flesh of the animal : and the person offering the sacrifice makes a verbal confession of his sins* and receives absolution.**"

"… The Hindoos have a sacred fire which never dies, and a sacrifice connected with it, called Oman.*** They have also the custom of casting out devils from people possessed, by prayers and ceremonies,**** which is also practised by the people of Siam. All this is very important. * Loubière says, auricular confession is practised by the Siamese. ** Travels and Letters of the Jesuits, translated from the French, 1713; London, 1714, pp. 1423, signed Bouchet. *** ON the generative power of OM. **** Travel and Letters of the Jesuits, pp. 14-23. Page 262 The first sentence of the Rig-Veda is said to be Agnim-ile, I sing praise to fire."

"Here we are told that Agnim means fire. When we reflect upon the slain lamb, and the call for the Saviour, we must be struck with the scene in the fifth chapter of the Apocalypse, from verse five to ten, where praise is given to the slain Lamb. The identity of the Mythoses cannot be denied."

Now, let's view Rene Guenon's "The King of the World" and see what he states: "ACCORDING to Ossendowski's report, the 'Lord of the World' formerly appeared several times in India and in Siam, 'blessing the people with a golden apple surmounted with a lamb'. This is an extremely important detail when it is compared with Saint-Yves's description of the 'cycle of the Lamb and the Ram'."

"1 It is even more remarkable that there exist in Christian symbolism innumerable representations of the Lamb on a mountain from which flow down four rivers that are clearly identical with those four rivers of Terrestrial Paradise."

"2 As already mentioned, Agarttha possessed a different name before the onset of the Kali-Yuga; it was called Paradesha, which in Sanskrit means 'supreme country', and which applies well to the spiritual centre par excellence, also called the 'Heart of the World'. It is the word from which the Chaldeans formed Pardes, and Westerners Paradise. Such is the original sense of this last word, which should make it clear why, in one form or another, it always signifies the same thing as the Pardes of the Hebrew Kabbalah. On summing up what has been discussed about the symbolism of the 'Pole', it is not difficult to understand that the mountain of Terrestrial Paradise is the...."

"1 We should be reminded here of the allusion, already made elsewhere, to the connection that exists between the Vedic Agni and the symbol of the Lamb (L’Esoterisme de Dante (1957 edn.), pp. 69-70; Man and his Becoming according to Vedanta, p. 44); in India the ram represents the vehicle of Agra'. Furthermore, Mr Ossendowski points out on several occasions that the cult of Rama still exists in Mongolia; hence there is something more than Buddhism there, contrary to what most of the orientalists maintain."

"From another side, we have had communications about the memories of the 'Cycle of Ram', which are said to still subsist in Cambodia, giving information which appeared so extraordinary that we have preferred not to remark on it; we therefore mention it only as a reminder."

"2 Note also the representation of the Lamb on the book sealed by seven seals mentioned in the Apocalypse; Tibetan lamaism also possesses seven mysterious seals and we doubt if this connection is purely accidental."

As stated in "Legend of the Bird", I detail how the original symbol of AGNI was that of a Bird, prior to the changes. I heavily criticize Godrefy Higgins for not understanding the concept of the "Ram" and lamb's connection to still belong to Vishnu. The "saviour", "Casting out devils", and "forgiveness of sins", are based on the God Amun, who would be Osiris and Indra. Ammon Zeus is Indra, so it's perfectly natural that the symbol of Agni and the Ram, actually is Indra and the ram.

This shows how much of the changes shown amongst the Hindu stories. The original Agni was that of a bird who carried the Amrit, and was originally of the Asuras, not the Devas. Though these concepts of Devas (Suras) and Danavas (Asuras) generally was put into one category, however, it splits after the defeated Gods are called Asuras (Darkness), and the others are called Devas (Light), however, this will be fully detailed in the "Galactic Warfare" series. 

The symbol of the Ram is shown connecting to Zeus with horns, and a version of the "doubled headed" Agni who sits upon a ram. The Ram is also said to be the symbol of the sun, and connecting to Jesus carrying the lamb on his back, or as the shepherd Hermes "Kriophoros". This can still be identified as Amun and why he is called "The Hidden one" connecting to the "King of the world". I often think how much of the Bible was changed, as even Madame Blavatsky had stated how the offering of the Ram and the liquors, are really referred to the worship of Bacchus.

Based from understanding "Amun", would show that he is Osiris as Serapis, the god who connects to the star Sirius. He is the god Prajapati, Protogonos and Phanes. Here is what the Wiki states of this deity:

"A possible connection between Prajapati (and related figures in Indian tradition) and the Prōtogonos ( "first-born") of the Greek Orphic tradition has been proposed: Protogonos is the Orphic equivalent of Vedic Prajapati in several ways: he is the first god born from a cosmic egg, he is the creator of the universe, and in the figure of Dionysus— a direct descendant of Protogonos—worshippers participate in his death and rebirth. — Kate Alsobrook, The Beginning of Time: Vedic and Orphic Theogonies and Poetics." (Based on Prajapati) "Phanes /ˈfeɪˌniːz/ (genitive ) or Protogonus ("first-born") was the mystic primeval deity of procreation and the generation of new life, who was introduced into Greek mythology by the Orphic tradition; other names for this Classical Greek Orphic concept included Ericapaeus Erikepaios ("power") and Metis ("thought")." (Remember "Thought" is Thoth)

"In these myths, Phanes is often equated with Eros and Mithras and has been depicted as a deity emerging from a cosmic egg, entwined with a serpent. He had a helmet and had broad, golden wings. The Orphic cosmogony is bizarre, and quite unlike the creation sagas offered by Homer and Hesiod. Scholars have suggested that Orphism is "un-Greek" even "Asiatic" in conception, because of its inherent dualism...Dionysus or Zagreus of the Orphic tradition is intimately connected to Protogonos."

"In Orphic Hymn 30, he is given a list of epithets that also allude to Protogonos: "primeval, two-natured, thrice-born, Bacchic lord, savage, ineffable, secretive, two-horned, two-shaped." (Thrice great means that he is Hermes) "In the Orphic tradition, Dionysus-Protogonos-Phanes is a dying and rising god. Eusebius tells us the story of his death and recreation. The Titans boil the dismembered limbs of Dionysus in a kettle, they roast him on a spit and eat the roasted "sacrificial meat", then Athena rescues the still-beating heart from which (according to Olympiodorus) Zeus is able to recreate the god and bring him back to life. Kessler has argued that this cult of death and resurrection of Dionysus developed the 4th century CE; and together with Mithraism and other sects this cult formed, were in direct competition with early Christianity during late Antiquity."

Then in the Wiki based on Zagreus states this: "In ancient Greek religion and mythology, Zagreus was sometimes identified with a god worshipped by the followers of Orphism, the “first Dionysus”, a son of Zeus and Persephone, who was dismembered by the Titans and reborn."

"However, in the earliest mention of Zagreus, he is paired with Gaia (Earth) and called the “highest” god [of the underworld?] and Aeschylus links Zagreus with Hades, possibly as Hades' son, or Hades himself. Noting "Hades' identity as Zeus' katachthonios alter ego", Timothy Gantz thought it "likely" that Zagreus, originally, perhaps the son of Hades and Persephone, later merged with the Orphic Dionysus, the son of Zeus and Persephone."

"In Greek a hunter who catches living animals is called zagreus, Karl Kerényi notes, and the Ionian word zagre signifies a "pit for the capture of live animals". "We may justifiably ask," observes Kerenyi, "Why was this great mythical hunter, who in Greece became a mysterious god of the underworld, a capturer of wild animals and not a killer?" Kerényi links the figure of Zagreus with archaic Dionysiac rites in which small animals were torn limb from limb and their flesh devoured raw, "not as an emanation of the Greek Dionysian religion, but rather as a migration or survival of a prehistoric rite".

"The early mentions of Zagreus, which occur only in fragments from lost works, connect Zagreus with the Greek underworld. The earliest is in a single quoted line from the (6th century BC?) epic Alcmeonis: Mistress Earth [Gaia], and Zagreus highest of all the gods. Perhaps here meaning the highest god of the underworld. And apparently for Aeschylus, Zagreus was, in fact, an underworld god."

"In a fragment from one of Aeschylus' lost Sysiphus plays (c. 5th century BC), Zagreus seems to be the son of Hades, while in Aeschylus' Egyptians (Aigyptioi), Zagreus was apparently identified with Hades himself. A fragment from Euripides' lost play Cretan Men (Kretes) has the chorus describe themselves as initiates of Idaean Zeus and celebrants of "night-ranging Zagreus, performing his feasts of raw flesh".

This is why Melchizedek is called "Priest of the Most High god", and why the "bread and wine" is what the "Eucharist" is based on. He is the "King of the World", along with the worship of the black Goddess Isis. This is sole reason why Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism etc. is based on the worship of the Gods of the underworld. He is Allah and the other is Allat, Baal and Ashtoreth, Osiris and Isis, and Amun and Maat.

This also makes so much sense as Protogonos is Prajapati going back to Dionysus/Bacchus, as the God that died and got resurrected. You can see the Vajra weapon that he has in his hand, and what seems like a representation of the four living creatures.

Now, here in the Wiki, they state that the God of the Israelites will punish Amon of Egypt: "Amun is mentioned as a deity in the Hebrew Bible, and in the Nevi'im, texts presumably written in the 7th century BC, the name No Amown occurs in reference to Thebes: The Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, said: "Behold, I am bringing punishment upon Amon of Thebes, and Pharaoh and Egypt and her gods and her kings, upon Pharaoh and those who trust in him." — Jeremiah 46:25 (KJV) Although in the actual KJV states: "The LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, saith; Behold, I will punish the multitude of No, and Pharaoh, and Egypt, with their gods, and their kings; even Pharaoh, and all them that trust in him:" 

Does this pertain to God stating this to the "King of the Gods"? As they were worshipers of Amun and the trinity? When breaking this down, if understanding who the "King of the Gods" is, then there should be more to this statement, as there are two Gods opposing each other. 

Now, when Sir Godfrey Higgins had mentioned "Agnus Dei", as it may belong to Agni and the Lamb, this term actually means "Lamb of God", thus relating to the Black God Vishnu/Indra. As we know now, the "real" God of fire who is AGNI, is known for the "Fiery Bird" symbolism and not the symbol of the Lamb. The above battles proves that the God of fire would be a Fiery Bird that had fought and defeated the Gods of Heaven, until Michael the Archangel came and defeated Him.

When the Brahmans would worship AGNI, they would prepare a goat for an animal sacrifice and Soma (drink offering) just like in the Bible. Apparently, the God that the Buddhist pay their allegiance to is Indra, as he is the "King of the World", and thus the one whom the Governments, the Vatican, and the Military all pay allegiance to, along with the worship of the Queen of Heaven.

He is the "7" eyed lamb that was slain in Revelations 5:6-14 :"6And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth."

"7And he came and took the book out of the right hand of him that sat upon the throne. 8And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having every one of them harps, and golden vials full of odours, which are the prayers of saints. 9And they sung a new song, saying, Thou art worthy to take the book, and to open the seals thereof: for thou wast slain, and hast redeemed us to God by thy blood out of every kindred, and tongue, and people, and nation; 10And hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth."

"11And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne and the beasts and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands; 12Saying with a loud voice, Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing."

"13And every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I saying, Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and ever. 14And the four beasts said, Amen. And the four and twenty elders fell down and worshipped him that liveth for ever and ever."

If you read "The Devas", then you will find the "four creatures", are similar to the Jade Emperor's "Four Heavenly Kings". They also could be the four Heavenly angels in Revelations 7:1 "And after these things I saw four angels standing on the four corners of the earth, holding the four winds of the earth, that the wind should not blow on the earth, nor on the sea, nor on any tree."

Then there is the "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse", in Revelations 6. The "7" eyed lamb with the "7" horns, is based on Baal, Moloch, Remphan, Dagon, to Michael the Archangel, who is the son of the Queen of Heaven. And it's apparent that Jesus states in Revelations 3:12 “Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name. This confirms that the "Pillar" really pertains to Baal, who would be Dagon in the Bible (See "Prophets of Baal" and "Stairway to Heaven")

Now, that the identity of Amun ra being Zeus, Osiris, Michael the archangel, to Jesus Christ is revealed (see "Peacock angel" and "The Black God"). Then why did Akhenaten "supposedly" changed his worship from "Amun" to "Aton", and have it represent the Sun itself? Amun ra was also known for the Sun symbolism connecting to Indra and Zeus. So why was this one so different than the other?

Well, in order to understand this, I have to understand why the Pharoahs worshiped the other one called "Amen ra", and it's inconsistencies. First in the page on Amun Ra in Wiki states here: "When the army of the founder of the Eighteenth Dynasty expelled the Hyksos rulers from Egypt, the victor's city of origin, Thebes, became the most important city in Egypt, the capital of a new dynasty. The local patron deity of Thebes, Amun, therefore became nationally important. The pharaohs of that new dynasty attributed all of their successes to Amun, and they lavished much of their wealth and captured spoil on the construction of temples dedicated to Amun."

This details the construction of Amun and his fusion to Min, right after they expelled the Hyksos. But what makes this interesting is that, there would be Pharoahs like Ramses 2nd and Seti 2nd, who would construct reliefs and pillars to honor the gods Amun and Mut. However, something isn't quite right here, because, Amun (who is Osiris) would be worshiped as one of the "Triune" deities, along with Mut (Isis) and Khonsu (Horus).

Here in the Wiki based on Set states here: "During the Second Intermediate Period (1650–1550 BCE), a group of Near Eastern peoples, known as the Hyksos (literally, "rulers of foreign lands") gained control of Lower Egypt, and ruled the Nile Delta, from Avaris. They chose Set, originally Upper Egypt's chief god, the god of foreigners and the god they found most similar to their own chief god, Hadad, as their patron."

"Set then became worshiped as the chief god once again. The Hyksos King Apophis is recorded as worshiping Set exclusively, as described in the following passage: [He] chose for his Lord the god Seth. He did not worship any other deity in the whole land except Seth. — Papyrus Sallier 1 (Apophis and Sekenenre) Jan Assmann argues that because the ancient Egyptians could never conceive of a "lonely" god lacking personality, Seth the desert god, who was worshiped on his own, represented a manifestation of evil. When, c. 1522 BCE, Ahmose I overthrew the Hyksos and expelled them, Egyptians' attitudes towards Asiatic foreigners became xenophobic, and royal propaganda discredited the period of Hyksos rule. The Set cult at Avaris flourished, nevertheless, and the Egyptian garrison of Ahmose stationed there became part of the priesthood of Set."

"The founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty, Ramesses I came from a military family from Avaris with strong ties to the priesthood of Set. Several of the Ramesside kings were named after the god, most notably Seti I (literally, "man of Set") and Setnakht (literally, "Set is strong"). In addition, one of the garrisons of Ramesses II held Set as its patron deity, and Ramesses II erected the so-called "Four Hundred Years' Stele" at Pi-Ramesses, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Set cult in the Nile delta."

This is where the puzzle pieces start connecting together, as both Gods "Osiris" God of the pillar, and "Set" God of fire, had both made a covenant (contract) to Abraham and his seed.

Now, here in Genesis 15:13, the God of fire tells Abram "...Know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years. Let's connect this to During the Second Intermediate Period (1650–1550 BCE), a group of Near Eastern peoples, known as the Hyksos (literally, "rulers of foreign lands") gained control of Lower Egypt, and ruled the Nile Delta, from Avaris. They chose Set, originally Upper Egypt's chief god, the god of foreigners and the god they found most similar to their own chief god, Hadad, as their patron[citation needed]. Set then became worshiped as the chief god once again."

"The Hyksos King Apophis is recorded as worshiping Set exclusively, as described in the following passage: [He] chose for his Lord the god Seth. He did not worship any other deity in the whole land except Seth. — Papyrus Sallier 1 (Apophis and Sekenenre) Jan Assmann argues that because the ancient Egyptians could never conceive of a "lonely" god lacking personality, Seth the desert god, who was worshiped on his own, represented a manifestation of evil."

"When Ahmose I overthrew the Hyksos and expelled them, in c. 1522 BCE, Egyptians' attitudes towards Asiatic foreigners became xenophobic, and royal propaganda discredited the period of Hyksos rule. The Set cult at Avaris flourished, nevertheless, and the Egyptian garrison of Ahmose stationed there became part of the priesthood of Set. The founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty, Ramesses I came from a military family from Avaris with strong ties to the priesthood of Set."

"Several of the Ramesside kings were named after the god, most notably Seti I (literally, "man of Set") and Setnakht (literally, "Set is strong"). In addition, one of the garrisons of Ramesses II held Set as its patron deity, and Ramesses II erected the so-called "Four Hundred Years' Stele" at Pi-Ramesses, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Set cult in the Nile delta."

Now, in the Chapter "The God of fire", I detailed how the God of fire is "Set", and would have the same nature and fiery power as "Rudra" and "AGNI", thus connecting to the God who brought the Children of Israel out of Egypt. Now, as an alternative, if this is case, the Children of Israel were taken out of those lands and were led to the lands of India and China, then this would be so. After the "400" years in slavery, the man that would be called "Moses" in the Bible (as this is not his real name), would be Akhenaten himself.

And due to Set being demonized, shows why God had stated "I will not be hated" and "I will have vengeance against my enemies", thus revealing that the fire God that met Moses is Set. The same God that was "demonized", who is Set, is the God Rudra/AGNI of the Rig Vedas, and the God of fire in the Bible. He is the "Red Dragon" or "fiery bird" that took the Israelites out of Egypt and into the lands of China and India.

And because He is the "Red Dragon" in the Bible, this would be the reason why He told the Israelites (Aryans) to not worship the Queen of heaven (in Jeremiah 44 as Ashtoreth) and Baal (as Moloch, Dagon, Amun) as they are the ones that defeated Him (see "Legend of the Bird" and "Peacock angel").

Then from there, it becomes obvious that Amun, Mut and Khonsu (Osiris, Isis and Horus) have always been worshiped by the Christians, the Muslims, the eclectic Jewish religions and others. So again, nothing is new here, as everyone worshiped the same Black Gods that defeated the God of fire.

Now, there are references in the Bible towards the "Palm branch": Leviticus 23:40 "And ye shall take you on the first day the boughs of goodly trees, branches of palm trees, and the boughs of thick trees, and willows of the brook; and ye shall rejoice before the LORD your God seven days."

Now, this God details for the Israelites to do this practice for seven days, but is this a form of "grove" worship? In Revelation Chapter 7:9 states this: "After this I beheld, and, lo, a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands;"

Could the Palm symbolism belong to the Lamb, who would be Baal in the Bible? If that is the case, then it would make sense as to why there are images of Michael holding the Palm branch as it's really towards him. So, what is going on here? It's clear that the Israelites were worshiping both deities, but then after the Exodus in Egypt something had happened in which they got into the worship of Michael the Archangel.

Here in Amos 5: 25,26 states this: "Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness forty years, O house of Israel? But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves." And Acts Chapter 7:42 "Then God turned, and gave them up to worship the host of heaven; as it is written in the book of the prophets, O ye house of Israel, have ye offered to me slain beasts and sacrifices by the space of forty years in the wilderness? 43Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon."

Then it makes sense as you see the picture above is Vishnu holding the "hand of Sabazios" insignia, and has the Six-pointed star of Moloch. Here in the Wiki states this:

"Sabazios (Ancient Greek: Σαβάζιος, romanized: Sabázios, modern pronunciation Savázios; alternatively, Sabadios) is the horseman and sky father god of the Phrygians and Thracians. In Indo-European languages, such as Phrygian, the -zios element in his name derives from dyeus, the common precursor of Latin deus ('god') and Greek Zeus. Though the Greeks interpreted Phrygian Sabazios as both Zeus and Dionysus, representations of him, even into Roman times, show him always on horseback, as a nomadic horseman god, wielding his characteristic staff of power."

(This is Vishnu's avatar called "Kalki", in which is mentioned in Revelations 19:11. See "The Black God")

"Among Roman inscriptions from Nicopolis ad Istrum, Sabazios is generally equated with Jove and mentioned alongside Mercury. Similarly in Hellenistic monuments, Sabazios is either explicitly (via inscriptions) or implicitly (via iconography) associated with Zeus. On a marble slab from Philippopolis, Sabazios is depicted as a curly-haired and bearded central deity among several gods and goddesses. Under his left foot is a ram's head, and he holds in his left hand a sceptre tipped with a hand in the benedictio latina gesture. Sabazios is accompanied by busts on his right depicting Luna, Pan, and Mercury, and on his left by Sol, Fortuna, and Daphne."

"According to Macrobius, Liber and Helios were worshipped among the Thracians as Sabazios; this description fits other Classical accounts that identify Sabazios with Dionysos. Sabazios is also associated with a number of archeological finds depicting a bronze, right hand in the benedictio latina gesture."

"The hand appears to have had ritual significance and may have been affixed to a sceptre (as the one carried by Sabazios on the Philippopolis slab). Although there are many variations, the hand of Sabazios is typically depicted with a pinecone on the thumb and with a serpent or pair of serpents encircling the wrist and surmounting the bent ring and pinky fingers."

"Additional symbols occasionally included on the hands of Sabazios include a lightning bolt over the index and middle fingers, a turtle and lizard on the back of the hand, an eagle, a ram, a leafless branch, the thyrsos, and the Mounted Heros."

(The eagle is really the Cockatrice. You can see the lamb symbolism and the cone as well, thus connecting to Dionysus)

"Transference of Sabazios to the Roman world appears to have been mediated in large part through Pergamum. The naturally syncretic approach of Greek religion blurred distinctions. Later Greek writers, like Strabo in the first century CE, linked Sabazios with Zagreus, among Phrygian ministers and attendants of the sacred rites of Rhea and Dionysos."

"Strabo's Sicilian contemporary, Diodorus Siculus, conflated Sabazios with the secret 'second' Dionysus, born of Zeus and Persephone, a connection that is not borne out by surviving inscriptions, which are entirely to Zeus Sabazios. The Christian Clement of Alexandria had been informed that the secret mysteries of Sabazius, as practiced among the Romans, involved a serpent, a chthonic creature unconnected with the mounted skygod of Phrygia:

"'God in the bosom' is a countersign of the mysteries of Sabazius to the adepts". Clement reports: "This is a snake, passed through the bosom of the initiates". "Much later, the Byzantine Greek encyclopedia, Suda (10th century?), flatly states Sabazios ... is the same as Dionysos. He acquired this form of address from the rite pertaining to him; for the barbarians call the bacchic cry "sabazein".

"Hence some of the Greeks too follow suit and call the cry "sabasmos"; thereby Dionysos [becomes] Sabazios. They also used to call "saboi" those places that had been dedicated to him and his Bacchantes ... Demosthenes [in the speech] "On Behalf of Ktesiphon" [mentions them]. Some say that Saboi is the term for those who are dedicated to Sabazios, that is to Dionysos, just as those [dedicated] to Bakkhos [are] Bakkhoi. They say that Sabazios and Dionysos are the same. Thus some also say that the Greeks call the Bakkhoi Saboi."

"By this it is conjectured that the Romans identified the Jewish YHVH Tzevaot ("sa-ba-oth", "of the Hosts") as Jove Sabazius. This mistaken connection of Sabazios and Sabaos has often been repeated. In a similar vein, Plutarch maintained that the Jews worshipped Dionysus, and that the day of Sabbath was a festival of Sabazius."

"Plutarch also discusses the identification of the Jewish God with the "Egyptian" Typhon, an identification which he later rejects, however. The monotheistic Hypsistarians worshipped the Most High under this name, which may have been a form of the Jewish God."

This is telling me that the Israelites had turned to worship the God of the Groves and the six-pointed star. This is the God Vishnu, the post Vedic Shiva (they are really one and the same), Murugan to Jesus as they are repesented with the star and the groves. This indicates that something had occurred during the forty years in the Wilderness, in which the "real" God of fire was rejected and the God called Baal, was worshiped more often. This explains why He gave them up towards Baal and Ashtoreth, as their ancestor Abraham had already made a covenant with the other one. Baal is Amun, who is Vishnu, Indra, Zeus to Jesus Christ.

(See "Stairway to Heaven", "Prophets of Baal" and "Saturn Rothchildia")

The term "Agnus Dei", means "Lamb of God", thus pertaining to the "Slain lamb" in Revelations 5:6. Now, when Godfrey Higgins (from the writings of another) had detailed Agnus Dei to connect to Agni and the Lamb, I find this to be inaccurate, for the "real" symbol of Agni is not the lamb, but the fiery bird.

The symbol of Baal clearly details one of his symbols to be the "lamb", which connects to Jesus Christ, as Krishna, Indra, to the Black Buddha. This is the "Eucharist" that pertains to Melchizedek, as he gave Abraham Bread and Wine (which is the symbol of Bacchus as the flesh and blood, and resurrection symbolism) as they met. He is the Peacock angel, Osiris, Bacchus, Dionysus, The Green man (Wicker man), Baal, Remphan, Dagon, Moloch, to Jesus Christ and Michael the Archangel.

The picture of Agni sitting upon the ram is not the real symbol of Agni, but the symbol of Indra (Buddha, Krishna), as it pertains to him as the "7" eyed and horned lamb who opens the book of the seven seals. Again, these are "Buddhist" detailing their connections to the Black God Bacchus.

However, the "lamb of God" is not towards Agni, but towards Indra, who is the slain deity that rose again. This is what the Eucharist is really based on, as this god is Osiris the God of the Pillar in Genesis 28. He is what Dio called "Man on the Silver Mountain"....(See "Lord of Sirius 1&2")

This is mentioned in Rene' Guenon's book "The King of the World", as he mentions the Buddhist having the "7" seals: "ACCORDING to Ossendowski's report, the 'Lord of the World' formerly appeared several times in India and in Siam, 'blessing the people with a golden apple surmounted with a lamb'. This is an extremely important detail when it is compared with Saint-Yves's description of the 'cycle of the Lamb and the Ram'." (This "golden apple", pertains to Zeus as he is "Ammon Zeus" and "Amun Ra")

"1 It is even more remarkable that there exist in Christian symbolism innumerable representations of the Lamb on a mountain from which flow down four rivers that are clearly identical with those four rivers of Terrestrial Paradise."

Now, did you know that the legendary Ronny James Dio, from the band "Dio" (as it's based on Dionysus as Sirius the dog star) sang a song called "Man on the silver mountain". This is an interesting song because it mentions this man as a "wheel".

(See "The Devas" to see what the "wheel" is all about)

The song states this:

I'm a wheel, I'm a wheel

I can roll

I can feel

And you can't stop me turnin' 'Cause I'm the sun,

I'm the sun

I can move

I can run

But you'll never stop me burnin' Come down with fire

Lift my spirit higher

Someone's screaming my name

Come and make me holy again

I'm the man on the silver mountain I'm the man on the silver mountain....

This "Silver Mountain", is mentioned by Rene Guenon's book "The King of the World". The Mercator map here shows the Magnetic North (or is it the Magnetic South?) from where the legends of a Mountain in the middle of the earth is said to be. Some call it Mount Olympus, the real Mount Meru, the land of Asgard, and the Kingdom of Indra etc.

In the Rig Vedas, Agni would be called "Matarisvan", in which closely ties in with Agni coming down as a messenger from Vivasvat, who is Surya meaning Sun. This heavily connects to the God of fire in the Bible, who is described from Deuteronomy 4:24 "Our God is a jealous God and a consuming fire", and Hebrews 12:29 "For our God is a consuming fire". This is the God of the Japanese (they are of the Children of Israel), as Fudo Myoo, Acala, Rudra to AGNI. You can clearly see the very description of the God of fire based on the account of the Mayan god Kiniche' Kakmaw/Ahau, as they are one and the same.

So, what is the cover-up here? See, if Amun and Aton be the same Sun deity, then there wouldn't be a rift as these Historians and History is telling us. But unless, Akhenaton was equating Aton to the God Set, who is really Rudra, AGNI, Kiniche' Kakmaw, and Fudo Myoo of the Japanese, then this would have to be the real reason why they didn't want this God, nor Akhenaten to be mentioned again.

Aton would have to be another epithet of the Egyptian God Set, who is the "Red Dragon" in the Bible (Written down as a dragon), but a fiery bird from the sun, who consumes the offerings of the people. This is why the Brahmins in India would form a "bird" as it represents AGNI, the God who brought them into the lands of India and China. Though there different versions of AGNI, His "real symbol is the bird, which goes back to the God of fire in the Bible. Then perhaps, Akhenaton had given the image of the Sun Surya, because it was a representation of AGNI coming down from the Sun to eat the sacrificial offerings.

Now, let's look at another interesting description of Lord Rudra. Just like in the Rig Vedas, it states that He would have a "braided hair" on his head. Now what does that mean? The story of Red Horn states that, this deity would be called "Red horn", because of His hair being "red" and being tied in a single lock, thus "Red horn". Then when you look at the Egyptian hair style of the "Sidelock" hair, then maybe we can see a connection here. (See "The God of fire", "Legend of the Bird" and "Rh-negative")

HYMN CXIV. Rudra. "1. To the strong Rudra bring we these our songs of praise, to him the Lord of Heroes with the braided hair, That it be well with all our cattle and our men, that in this village all be healthy and well-fed. 2 Be gracious unto us, O Rudra, bring us joy: thee, Lord of Heroes, thee with reverence will we serve. Whatever health and strength our father Manu won by sacrifice may we, under thy guidance, gain. 3 By worship of the Gods may we, O Bounteous One, O Rudra, gain thy grace, Ruler of valiant men."

"Come to our families, bringing them bliss: may we, whose heroes are uninjured, bring thee sacred gifts, 4 Hither we call for aid the wise, the wanderer, impetuous Rudra, perfecter of sacrifice. May he repel from us the anger of the Gods: verily we desire his favourable grace. 5 Him with the braided hair we call with reverence down, the wild-boar of the sky, the red, the dazzling shape. May he, his hand filled full of sovran medicines, grant us protection, shelter, and a home secure. 6 To him the Maruts’ Father is this hymn addressed, to strengthen Rudra's might, a song more sweet than sweet."

"Grant us, Immortal One, the food which mortals eat: be gracious unto me, my seed, my progeny. 7 O Rudra, harm not either great or small of us, harm not the growing boy, harm not the full-grown man. Slay not a sire among us, slay no mother here, and to our own dear bodies, Rudra, do not harm. 8 Harm us not, Rudra, in our seed and progeny, harm us not in the living, nor in cows or steeds, Slay not our heroes in the fury of thy wrath."

"Bringing oblations evermore we call to thee. 9 Even as a herdsman I have brought thee hymns of praise: O Father of the Maruts, give us happiness, Blessed is thy most favouring benevolence, so, verily, do we desire thy saving help. 10 Far be thy dart that killeth men or cattle: thy bliss be with us, O thou Lord of Heroes. Be gracious unto us, O God, and bless us, and then vouchsafe us doubly-strong protection. 11 We, seeking help, have spoken and adored him: may Rudra, girt by Maruts, hear our calling. This prayer of ours may Varuṇa grant, and Mitra, and Aditi and Sindhu, Earth and Heaven."

(Shows Rudra having "Red braided hair")

Now, let's take a look at the Mayan god Kiniche' Ahau in the Wiki: "Kinich Ahau (Kʼinich Ajaw) is the 16th-century Yucatec name of the Maya sun god, designated as God G when referring to the codices. In the Classic period, God G is depicted as a middle-aged man with an aquiline nose, large square eyes, cross-eyed, and a filed incisor in the upper row of teeth. Kinich Ahau was the patron of one of the four years of the 52-year cycle (Landa). In the rituals introducing this year, war dances were executed. Kinich Ahau was apparently considered an aspect of the upper god, Itzamna (Sun). He may conceivably be related to the patron deity of Izamal, Kinich Kakmo 'Fire Parrot', who was reported to descend to earth while the sun was standing in the zenith in order to consume offerings".

Now does this seem familar? This God is described as being "cross eyed", aquiline nose, filed incisor in the upper row of teeth" and be called "fire parrot?" This is the same God as the Japanese Acala, Fudo Myoo, Rudra and Agni, as He comes down from the Sky to "consume" the sacrificial offerings from the Children of Israel. Now, how come the Mayans have the same God as the Japanese and Indians? Let's see this God's description....

Now, it makes sense at to why the God of fire would have a side lock, in the same manner as the Egyptians. Now, this can be the reason why Akhenaton and his God was defaced by the Egyptians, as well the Hyksos, but strangely not Ramses the 2nd. They were supposed to be worshipers of Set as well, although they are showing worshiping the Amun and Mut. Something's are really off about this history that the Historians are trying to give to people. But, ever since the Pharoah's death, the Historians states that the son, who was formerly called "Tutankhaten", changed his name to "Tutankhamun", thus serving the god Amun as the Sun god. Even the half-sister Ankhesenpaaten, had her name changed to Ankhesenamun.

Then comes the greatest mystery of his death, and how his tomb was put into another King's tomb name Thutmose, and how the mask figure of the supposed Tutankhamen, is really Nefertiti's figure, (Based from channel Ancient Architects, in which I highly recommend) but with a false beard, and the pierced ear lobes, which is done among the females. Then there is Dr. Ben Yosef Jochannan, who states that Nefertiti's origin really came from the southern Iraq, but then came the intermingling of those people and the original Egyptians.

(Alot of the Reubenites from Iran and Central Asia, had either travelled or were taken by another group, formerly as Khem, and had mixed in with the people. See "Persian Connection 1&2")

Now, we already know about the demonization of Set and how He connects to the Biblical God of fire Rudra, and how the Mayan God is the same as the Japanese fire God, as they are one and the same based from description. Now, in Ancient Aliens, they state that Akhenaton had a brother, who is not mentioned in historical records (supposedly) as to have died or missing. Now, they state his brother's name was "Ankhkheprure" or "Thutmose", as stated. And state that "Thutmose" is supposed to mean "Son of Thoth", in which connects to Moses and Thoth. And that Thutmose was supposed to have reigned either prior to or after Akhenaton, but is apparently missing.

Now, when the 19 year old King Tut had died, it became problematic as his tomb wasn't made but instead, was put into the coffin of Thutmose (or nerfiti, a some have stated) , which then Tut's name was etched over Ankhkhenprure's name. So, it seems they are implying the tomb of this particular individual was being made, but since something had happened (and strangely forgotten), then his tomb was replaced as the resting place for the deceased boy King Tut. There are alot of theories and topics based on this subject. However, I can only get this close by learning the connections of the gods from West to the East.

Let's look at the Japanese Mikoshi for example. If they state that Moses was Thutmose, meaning "Son of the God Thoth", then we got to know "which" Thoth this is. The Japanese, so far, has the same God in the Bible, and then there is the "Mikoshi", which looks like the Ark of the Covenant. But what you can see on the Mikoshis, are the Phoenix, which are the symbols of Enoch. Phoenix, is Pho-enix, meaning "Pa-Hanok" to "House of Enoch". This is the House of Enoch, as He is Thoth and Hermes, thus leading to the legends of the great messenger Fudo Myoo, who is AGNI, the great fiery bird of Heaven.

And it states that the Egyptian God Set, would be known for Mercury, which is Hermes, Enoch, to the Red fiery bird in the Bible. The movie "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost ark", details Jones going to Nepal and then to Egypt, to find the Ark of the covenant. The "Ark" as Godfrey Higgin's had stated, had originally came from the Egyptians, to which should tell the reader what's really going on. 

In the movie, when the power of the ark comes forth, it displays the power of "fire" emanating from the "House of Enoch" (Phoenix). Then amongst the Japanese, they would carry the Mikoshi as it's supposed to house the Kami (God), in which the power would emanate from. Here in Wiki states: "At some festivals, the people who bear the mikoshi wave it wildly from side to side to "amuse" the deity (kami) inside".

Thus, the term "Phoenix" goes to the "House of Enoch", who is the Egyptian God Set, the fire God Rudra, Fudo Myo-o to Acala and AGNI. This is why the God of fire in the Bible states "I am Consuming fire and a Jealous God" in Deuteronomy 4:24. There is a connection of the Egyptian deities and the Hindu deities for obvious reasons, and thus would show a rift among the gods, and who was being demonized by the worshipers.

If the people called "Hyksos" were expelled and were represented as "Set" the Fire God, then that should also tell the reader, that this is the God that brought the Aryans out of Egypt, and into the lands of India and China. Akhenaten was said to have been killed off, but I think he was Moses in the Bible, and was the one who had met Set in the wilderness. As the "400" year mark was coming to an end, the God of fire was ready to take the Aryans out of Egypt. 

(In "The Real Aryans" series, I detail how the writtened "Egypt" could be somewhere in Eastern Europe, as the migration of the Aryans. The locations of these names has been changed to the extent, to block people from learning who the real Israelites are, and where they really came to)