Race of Arms: Monotheism

Akhenaten was Moses

Source: moses1350.wikifoundry.com

I have reached the path where the only proof is the vision. I would say the vision beyond Language.

These figures above exposing two aspects of conscious awareness – a powerful archetype of an antique sage with a neat beard and a younger androgenic character. They being compared as a biblical prophet sharing the same name ‘Moses’.

Interestingly, the wiki-website holds pulls of multiple links, ancient texts, and it is exceptionally imperative to recognize such pen style in a way that, well, they judge two faces, they, ‘kinda’ watching texts. The website is open for editing “Welcome! This is a website that everyone can build together. It’s easy!”, so, for now, other quotes will be excluded for a while.

Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and Nefertiti
Contributor: Science History Images / Alamy Stock Photo


Medjed is a god in Ancient Egyptian religion, mentioned in the Book of the Dead.

Spell 17 of the Book of the Dead mentions, among many other obscure gods, one Medjed (meaning “The Smiter”), in the following line: “I know the name of that Smiter among them, who belongs to the House of Osiris, who shoots with his eye, yet is unseen.”[1]

Nothing else is known about that god.[1]

Medjed is also mentioned in the New Kingdom Papyri, a specific group of Papyri. They were known as the “Theban Recenscion of the Book of the Dead”. It states, “I know the being Mātchet [Medjed] who is among them in the House of Osiris, shooting rays of light from [his] eye, but who himself is unseen. He goeth round about heaven robed in the flame of his mouth, commanding Hāpi [god of the annual flooding of the Nile], but remaining himself unseen.”[2]

Source: Medjed
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The unseen, the unspoken yet, eyes like a slip of the tongue. The ‘deeper’ sense goes between the lines among the forms in the so-called Book Of Dead.

Papyrus of Hunefer‎
Book of the Dead of Hunefer
circa 1275 BCE
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository


Ok, what is death? Only going that if the dead body just doesn’t talk too much. 

I am a psychoanalyst then I am also about to work with ‘Medjet‘ all the time. The pure reason to love writings is to expose the post-modern spells from encyclopedic concern on what does here “Book of Dead” trying to tell after long-lasting monotheistic disputes?

The enthroned Thoth writes with brush and scribal palette, assisted by Ramesses II who holds a water pot and writing kit. As scribe of the gods, Thoth recorded long reigns for the Egyptian kings. Temple of Ramesses II Abydos.
Source: Thoth: Ancient Egypt’s Most Mysterious, Highly Venerated God Of Knowledge And Writing

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