Atonism: Sage Akhuenaton Wisdom Philosophy for the Liberation of the Human Soul: Teaching by Sehu Khepera Ankh
Atn Akh Kh(u) N
Sage Akhunaton was one of the highest sages of Ancient Egypt. Through examination of the teachings which he espoused, it is readily seen that he was a very high spiritual master, and not a heretic as has been postulated by writers and Egyptologists. During his lifetime he reached a level by where he far-surpassed many of his countrymen in spirit matters, thus was able to choose a teaching that was highly esoteric in nature.
He was misunderstood due to the abstract nature of the philosophy he chose for the country, not unlike Jesus who was crucified and betrayed by some of his own disciples. When he moved the center of the country from Thebes to Amarna, he did something that was in keeping with the tradition of very Ancient times. The populace would adopt the Tutelary Divinity of the King; thus since there is no evidence that the Theban priesthood fell out of favor with Sage King Akhunaton, much written on this issue is conjecture, the priesthood most likely allowed him to institute his reforms without the much written about turmoil that he supposedly brought upon his own people and the Theban priesthood.
This series of lectures outlines the great and marvelous teachings which Sage Akhunaton espoused. It is a teaching not unlike the Buddhist insight of the cessation of suffering through the realization of emptiness. Atonism can also be seen as a mystic cousin to Memphite Theology from the City of Memphis, Egypt, with the Tutelary Divinity being Ptah. Thus it is highly philosophic in nature, inherently profound and contains the Divine fruits that leads the human person to ultimate spiritual victory, while alive.
How to Watch the Aton Philosophy Video Series:
The Videos are arranged in ten minute segments. Watch each segment in the sequence in which they are presented, starting from the top of the page. Have a writing implement and pad to take notes of teachings that resonate with you or that you find relevant. After each segment take some time, perhaps 24 hours to reflect on those parts that have significance to your spiritual development and life situation. Thus a 7 part discourse should take a week to view, engaging one 10 miniute segment per day. You may go back to a previous segment for review per starting a new aspect of the video. After reflection, make a consorted effort to change those things in your persoanlity that you would like to see transformed and send in any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification on points that may seem confusing. Once an entire doscourse is viewed write a short summary of what you learned from the teaching and how it can be adopted in your life towards positive means.
For the Benefit of All Beings,
Sehu Khepera Ankh
The following videos are from spiritual teachings given by Sehu Khepera Ankh on the mysticism of the philosophy of Per Aah (King) Akhuenaton. The lectures are in sequential order.
Similarties between Ra and Aton
Parts 1 and 2 ( 7 Total Sections)
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