Web Links - Akhenaten, Moses, Oedipus and So on...
A subsection of the Amarna Web
|Immanual Velikovsky proposed that Akhenaten was
actually the historical identity of Oedipus in his book Oedipus
and Akhenaten. Around the same time, Freud in Moses
and Monotheism proposed a meeting between Akhenaten and
Moses, who may have been a noble in Akhenaten's court. Others
have suggested he met various biblical figures and the mutual influence
resulted in the cult of the Aten, or in some of the foundations
of Christianity. This isn't my primary area of interest, so
I leave these links to you to investigate further. Please
let me know if I've mislabelled or misled.
Akhenaten's Role in Biblical History and his proposed
alter ego, Moses:
A huge site devoted to the theory that Akhnaton was also
Oedipus and Moses. Now also a discussion
"This site features avant guarde research in the area
of the Amarna Period in Egypt and its relation to the birth
A look at Akhenaten's place in Biblical history.
Another look at Amarna's relation to Biblical history.
Akhnaten and Moses? The same man?
More about Moses and Akhenaten
Was Akhenaten's reform really the Dawn of Monotheism?
I'm not sure. Someone help me out - what is this?
This from Earthlore
Explorations, it's sparse but mystical, and deals with
Akhnaton's alter egoes, Oedipus and Moses.
Akhenaten as Cult Founder and Past Incarnation of
The Pharaoh must have been a web-designer ahead of his time.
Half of all people who own internet sites were Akhenaten in a
past incarnation. If not that, then he at the very least
founded the cult of which they are a member.
The Rosicrucian Order traces its history to Akhenaten, who
was purportedly a founding member, and whose religious reforms
were a part of the beginning of the Rosicrucians.
The Web Page of Akhenaten returned from the dead, as far
as I can tell.
This page starts with a historical introduction, but the
interesting part is the images of the author in her pyramid
and past life regression sessions and their similarities to
Was Akhenaten a product of the influences of the Brotherhood
of Light? Are these two sites unaware of each other?
The second boasts a "Temple of Akhenaten," a member
of the Messengers of Light.