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Polytheism or Monotheism?
07-11-2013, 08:55 AM #16
softy Incognito Anonymous
Hi JayRodney,

My bad,,,got that wrong,,,well wrong Pharaoh for Hiram,,,

you were right...

Moses was elected by the Hebrews as their chief and he adapted to the ideas of his people the science and philosophy which he had obtained in the Egyptian mysteries; proofs of this are to be found in the symbols, in the initiations, and in his precepts and commandments. The wonders which Moses narrates as having taken place upon the Mountain of Sinai, are, in part, a veiled account of the Egyptian initiation which he transmitted to his people when he established a branch of the Egyptian Brotherhood in his country, from which descended the Essenes. The dogma of an 'only God' which he taught was the Egyptian Brotherhood interpretation and teaching of the Egyptian King who established the first monotheistic religion known to man. The traditions he established in this manner were known completely to only a few of them, and were preserved in the arcane of the secret societies, the Therapeutics of Egypt and the Essenians." The Rosicrucian Order

Akhenaten was the son of Amenhotep III and Queen Tiy, a descendent of a Hebrew tribe. Sigmund Freud suggested that Moses WAS Akhenaten. Our debate on this subject aligns Moses with the 17th dynasty and pharaoh Ahmoses, who may have written a detailed account of the plagues of Egypt as described in Exodus, called The Ipuwas papyrus.

Most Masons who come to this site know that our title page, 'Hiram Abiff - King of Egypt' - is just a play on words which connects Hiram with the real King, Seqenenre Tao.. This was taken from the book The Hiram Key, by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas, published in 1997. Knight and Lomas were heavily criticized for not providing the sources for their work.
In tribute to them, because it was their book that inspired this web site, it is our great honor to provide the sources and alot more.


Modern interest in Akhenaten and his queen, Nefertiti, comes partly from his connection with Tutankhamun,,,

and some saying he had the Arc,,,

which Roger said the Knights Templar got from

Tutankhamun's tomb...

07-11-2013, 09:51 AM #17
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:9,115 Threads:77 Joined:Feb 2011
Mr Laidler's book is maybe the best text I've
read on the subject (Moses/Akhenaton).


Hm...I think Carlos nailed the shrooms pretty well,
but I'm not sure our Nordic Psilocybe semilanceata
are quite the exact same as the transatlantic species.

Well, so many aspects here.

Tribal polyself - many gods
Ego - 1 god

07-11-2013, 10:19 AM #18
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:43,734 Threads:1,500 Joined:Feb 2011
Yes you'll find Liberty caps in North America as well, but I read they increase in potency the further north you get. JR can confirm this.




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