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  • He said, “Here, in The Life and Times of Ikhnaton the King, it says, ‘Eye of Homs’” He pointed to a paragraph.

    The Welkening

  • He said, “Here, in The Life and Times of Ikhnaton the King, it says, ‘Eye of Homs’” He pointed to a paragraph.

    The Welkening

  • She had welcomed his company when the ship had docked at Tell al-Amarna, the capital of the heretic pharaoh Ikhnaton, who had married Nefer-titi - "The Beautiful One Is Come" - and been succeeded to the throne by the boy-king Tutankhamen after an unsuccessful attempt at a religious reformation designed to replace permanently the Egyptian pantheon of gods with only one god, Aton, in the manifestation of the sun disk.

    From This Beloved Hour

  • King Ikhnaton made the religion of Egypt an absolute monotheism.

    The Necessity of Atheism

  • Professor Breasted has described the hymns of praise to the Sun God which Ikhnaton himself wrote on the walls of the Amarna tomb-chapels:

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

  • May not the reason why Ikhnaton was later described as a "heretic" be that he violated the code of the priestly hierarchy by revealing this secret doctrine to the profane?

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

  • I do not accept the doctrine that all the millions of human beings who have never heard of Christ are plunged in spiritual darkness; I believe that behind all religions founded on a law of righteousness there lies a divine and central truth, that Ikhnaton, Moses and Isaiah, Socrates and

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

  • He changed his own name to Ikhnaton, "Spirit of Aton", in honour of the new god, to whom he erected a temple at Thebes called Gem-Aton.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • [9] Ikhnaton, indeed, was a grand, solitary, shining figure, "the first idealist in history," and a poetic thinker in whom the religion of

    The Builders A Story and Study of Masonry

  • It is recorded that when Ikhnaton founded his new city, four boundary stones were accurately placed, that so it might be exactly square, and thus endure forever.

    The Builders A Story and Study of Masonry

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