Alien God Church
The skull pictured is a image of the exact type of skull retrieved from burial tombs such as King Tut in Egypt. Akhenaten is more recognized as king Tut's father. Akhenaten, King Tut and Moses had this type of elongated shaped head.
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Akhenaten (/ˌækəˈnɑːtən/; also spelled Echnaton, Akhenaton, Ikhnaton, and Khuenaten;( meaning "Effective for Aten") known before the fifth year of his reign as Amenhotep IV (sometimes given its Greek form, Amenophis IV, and meaning Amun is Satisfied), was an Ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty who ruled for 17 years and died perhaps in 1336 BC or 1334 BC. He is especially noted for abandoning traditional Egyptian polytheism and introducing worship centered on the Aten, which is sometimes described monolatristic, henotheistic, or even quasi-monotheistic. An early inscription likens the Aten to the sun as compared to stars, and later official language avoids calling the Aten a god, giving the solar deity a status above mere gods.
Akhenaten tried to bring about a departure from traditional religion, yet in the end it would not be accepted. After his death, traditional religious practice was gradually restored, and when some dozen years later rulers without clear rights of succession from the Eighteenth Dynasty founded a new dynasty, they discredited Akhenaten and his immediate successors, referring to Akhenaten himself as "the enemy" or "that criminal" in archival records.
A religious reformer Akhenaten made the Aten, the sun disc, the center of Egypt’s religious life and carried out an iconoclasm that saw the names of Amun, a pre-eminent Egyptian god, and his consort Mut, be erased from monuments and documents throughout Egypt’s empire. Akhenaten had numerous idols destroyed and people were ordered to pray to only one God the sun disk called Aten.
When he ascended the throne his name was Amenhotep IV, but in his sixth year of rule he changed it to “Akhenaten” a name that the late Egyptologist Dominic Montserrat translated roughly as the “Benevolent one of (or for) the Aten.”
The Aten, the sun-disk, is first referred to as a deity in The Story of Sinuhe from the 12th dynasty, in which the deceased king is described as rising as god to the heavens and uniting with the sun-disk, the divine body merging with its maker. Akhenaten was planning on merging with the sun or his spaceship also.
Moses from the Bible lived at the same time as Akhenaten. Akhenaten was married to Queen Nefertiti and secretly had an affair with a black Hebrew woman and was the father of Moses.This Hebrew woman was embarrassed and afraid of being murdered for being caught with Akhenaten. Moses had traits of both parents and was marked with a darker color like his Mom ,but had an elongated head, just like his father Akhenaten. This Hebrew lady did not wish to disclose who the father was and raised the child in secret for 3 months.The elongated head was now more pronounced and it was hard to hide, even with the largest bonnet, she could no longer hide the origin of who the father was.This Hebrew lady had no recourse, except to give the child back to the royal people that had these elongated heads.
The Hebrew lady made a basket and fashioned it to float. She knew where the Pharaoh's daughter Neferure went to the Nile to bathe every day and put the basket in the reeds of the Nile by the spot. The pharaohs daughter Neferure came to bathe in the Nile and heard the lonely cry of Moses and spotted the basket. Moses was found floating in the water and he was thought to be one of the Hebrews' children, but they were puzzled by the elongated head on this baby, which also had skin the same color as the Hebrews. Hatshepsut was the new Pharaoh of ancient Egypt at this time. The Pharaoh's daughter Neferure thought that it would be cruel to let such a lovely baby with an elongated head die out in the water. Then a little girl (Moses sister) named Miriam came running up to the Pharaoh's daughter Neferure , as if by accident, and Miriam looked at the baby also, and she said: "Shall I go and find some woman of the Hebrews to nurse the child for you and take care of it?"
Yes, go,” she answered. So the girl went and got the her mother. Neferure said to her, “Take this baby and nurse him for me, and I will pay you.” So the Hebrew woman took the baby and nursed him. When the child grew older and no longer needed to be nursed, Miriam took him to Neferure and he became Neferure's brother and the new son of Hatshepsut. Neferure named him Moses, saying, “I drew him out of the water.” later he would be called Thutmose III.
Hatshepsut was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was the second historically confirmed female pharaoh. Hatshepsut had no male heir to the throne. Moses was now in line for the throne and welcomed into Hatshepsut’s life. Hatshepsut was more than pleased that this new child had an elongated head, just like her, and her daughter Neferure.
Moses was very smart and quick to learn. He was well educated in the ways of the Ancient Egyptians at a young age. Moses and Neferure were educated by Ahmose Pen-Nekhebet at first and later by Senenmut. Moses hated his sister Neferure. Neferure always seemed prettier, smarter and was ordering Moses around and he despised her and was reluctant to obey any of her orders. Moses always complained about Neferure to Hatshepsut, but Hatshepsut always agreed with Neferure. Moses seemed to be trapped in a house of women rulers and hated it. Moses hated his life and wanted to be free of women control.
Moses was always a trouble maker. When Moses was 8 he started killing snakes and using them to scare his new sister Neferure. Moses even chased Neferure and struck her with the dead snake pretending it was his whip. When he was 12, he found some stretchy material, normally used for preserving mummies and fashioned a sling shot out of an Egyptian Ankh. Moses was proud of his invention of death and hid it from his mother. He fired many rocks and killed unsuspecting birds that frequented their home while looked for crumbs of bread. Moses made friends with some of the slave workers and they all saved the smaller round rocks for Moses. He found the Nile river to be an superb hunting area and many thirsty desert hares were his next victims and now lay in a big pile for bait. Moses was on to bigger things and managed to stretch his new slingshot to great limits and killed a hyena that was coming to eat the dead hares. Moses skinned the hyena and fashioned clothes out of the hide and pretended to be King over the hyenas and all other people. Moses was proud to be a great hunter and he kept this as a secret from all.
Hatshepsut became suspicious, Moses had been skipping Sunday worship services and she had a guard follow him. The guard followed Moses and watched as Moses put on his hyena costume and grabbed his Ankh sling shot. Moses became agitated, the family cat had followed him and was trying to chew on his warrior costume. Moses drew back his sling shot and killed the kitten, then quickly threw it in the water of the Nile to a waiting hungry crocodile. The Egyptian guard was quite appalled and seized Moses and disarmed him of his sling shot, multiple knives and 2 spears. The guard tied his hands and told Moses that he was being taken to his mother. Moses yelled, "let me go or I will kill you." The guard said, " You have killed enough already." The guard took him to his Mom, the Pharaoh Hatshepsut. The guard told Hatshepsut of what he had seen and how he caught Moses red-handed. The guard saw Moses with the sling shot and watched him kill the family pet cat and throw the poor kitty in the Nile and then watched Moses shooting at the crocodiles when they came up to grasp the poor lifeless kitten.
Moses had kept up this killing spree for years in secret, but now his fun was over. Moses got sentenced to wash dishes for 3 years as a way to cleanse his Ka (soul). Moses had to work with more women and his hatred of all women grew. Moses threatened his Mom also and said, "You are not my mother, someday I will erase your image from my memory."
Hatshepsut decided to send Moses to another city where the teachers were very wise. Moses was glad to get away from this little world, seemingly controlled by women and could not wait to leave. Moses could not wait to be free and build another sling shot and kill more animals. Moses went to see if his slave worker friends had more rocks and they had a large pile saved up for Moses. The same guard now caught Moses with the slaves and his hands were full of rocks. Moses flung the rocks into the guard's eyes and then Moses struck the guard and killed him. The slave workers helped Moses dig a very deep hole and buried the guard. Moses fled off for his new school and pretended nothing happened.
Akhenaten was a teacher in the city that Moses went to. Akhenaten grew to like Moses and suspected Moses may be his child as Moses had the same attributes, but was darker skinned than his Dad. Akhenaten shared many stories with Moses and both of them hated women and following the 42 principles of the Goddess Ma'at. Akhenaten taught Moses of a different type of religion. Moses embraced the idea of the Aten, but thought, it should be called a man God, called "Yaweh" instead. Moses loved the idea of this new "Man God" belief religion. Moses then heard that someone had turned him in for killing the Egyptian guard and now there was a large reward for his head "dead or alive" .
Moses fled and decided to hide in Midian. The priest of Midian had seven daughters, and they came to draw water and filled the troughs to water their father’s flock. The shepherds came and drove them away, but Moses stood up and yelled at the Shepherds and helped the ladies to water their flock. When they arrived home (Reuel) their father said, “Why have you come back so soon today?” So they said, “An Egyptian delivered us from the hand of the shepherds, and he even drew the water for us and watered the flock.” He said to his daughters, “Where is he then? Why is it that you have left this man behind? Invite him here to have something to eat.” Moses was willing to dwell with the man, and Moses took his oldest daughter Zipporah for a wife. Moses thought that this new wife was some sort of reward, from his "man God" for killing an Egyptian. His new wife gave birth to a son, and he named him Gershom, for he said, “I have been a sojourner in a foreign land."
Moses heard many years later that his mother Hatshepsut had died. He now decided to journey back to Egypt and get together a bunch of warriors. He left his wife and children behind and went back to Egypt. His wife's name, Zipporah means “a little bird,” “a sparrow.” and Moses left his wife, just like the other little dead birds he murdered in Egypt with his sling shot. He arrived at Egypt and found his slave worker friends. Moses quickly talked them into leaving and join in his new army. Moses taught them of this new "man God" and promised that they would be able to do, whatever they please and no woman would ever control them, and the 42 principles of Ma'at would be reduced to only 10 principle "man" commandments. Moses and the slave workers got together and robbed the Egyptians taking magic rods, gold plated Egyptian Arks and all they could carry. Moses saw his chance to get even and found every image of his mother Hatshepsut and destroyed all of the statues and wall paintings of her. Moses' hatred of women was refueled as he gathered all his men, looted and left Egypt.
Akhenaten had also disappeared from teaching. Akhenaten was simply in his spaceship helping guide his son Moses through the desert and talking to Moses through burning bushes and such. Akhenaten's space ship produced the Manna that fed the people in the desert. Manna even means "what is it" which, would have to be an advanced food with all nutrition added to it. Moses told people to stand back and heard the rumble of a space ship landing on the mountain and he even went on the mountain with Akhenaten for a 40 day spaceship ride when he was on top of the mountain. Moses and Akhenaten made up the new 10 commandments.
Moses had to try these 10 commandments out and ordered 3000 people put to death for worshiping a golden calf. This calf was forged from stolen Egyptian gold. Moses had not even showed them these new 10 commandments. These people had no ESP and being Egyptian belief, were worshiping the bull "Taurus" star constellation. Moses even switched Gods names on his Father Akhenaten and convinced everyone by terror to change Religion, and that there is only one man God called Yaweh or more thought as "man God Akhenaten" and Moses wrote stories on how this one God "Aten" transformed into "Yaweh" the invisible spaceship that saved Moses and his people and rewarded them with captive women.
Aliens with big elongated heads are logically smarter than us, but can also be more evil than mere humans. It is also said : Only crime and the criminal, it is true, confront us with the perplexity of radical evil; but only the hypocrite is really rotten to the core.
Moses as a child video
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