However, Aten represented the Mother and Son religious system that existed prior to Kemet being formed. The introduction of Aten caused an upheaval in Kemet because patriarchy was the existing form of rulership and their god, Amen-Ra, was male only. Aten was to be the sole and exclusive [two-part]god, which meant, the male father god was not to be worshiped any longer. (3) This was a mistake because instead of restoring the trinity of the family balance, Akenaten sought to restore the duality. The duality form of worshiping mother and child was the initial understanding, but then the people realized the father's role in creation. However, as is common, once males realized they were also Creators, they came into power somehow (likely by force) and then left out the mother. Akenaten was attempting to shift the people's logic, mostly the priests, from a male only father worship to a female and male as the son, the child of the mother, worship.
Though the move to Atenism was of good intent, by leaving out the father and then saying the only name could be Aten, Akenaten made another mistake. He then made the image like that of the Sun but did not include a human body personification which was the norm in Kemet. The was the third mistake. Akenaten then quadrupled-down by making the Amen-Ra priesthood subservient in power to the Aten priesthood. Why? In contrast to the intricately woven spiritual practices and their meanings throughout each person's daily life, Akenaten gave the people an imagery that was easy to understand. This then did not require a trained group of people to teach the religion, it was clear to see what the Sun was and what it did. Akenaten also said the physical visible Sun is God. This left out the invisible aspect of the Sun. Another mistake. (4) Continuing the thought from Part 1, Akenaten's Atenism was a pretest of how to restore the roots of African spiritual traditions that came out of the African nucleus in Punt.
Current-Day Monotheism Is Contradictory & UnrealisticMonotheism claims there is a God who is a Father and sometimes a God who is a Son, who get together sometimes with a Holy Spirit Ghost and create Life. This is accomplished without a God, the Mother.
This contradicts the biology of the Universe above, below, without and within that tells us that Female and Male aspects create Life.
This means then, that a Monotheism which is based on a male only Creator is also an Atheistic belief since it does not believe in the Female Creator.
Monotheism cuts people off from their Female Creator essence, which is more than half of the person's being. By saying God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit Ghost are three in one who are each God is saying Monotheism religion has Polytheism components. The unrealistic nature of Monotheism is clear. Monotheism does not allow for the Creator's Being and Spirit to be the essence in all things.
Monotheism promotes disunity in scripture and in practice, thus it promotes the continued fragmentation into more denominations and versions of religion that do not have a harmonizing basis but which do have a disharmonizing warmongering hatred basis to support the lack of self-esteem of founders and followers because they lack knowledge of self because they lack nutrition. By these signs alone you can know which way is definitely the wrong way. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Monotheism and Polytheism are clearly not capable of manifesting the higher self. There are other religions that are also working with Destroyer logic against the higher self.
Current day logic of Monotheism that originated a few thousand years ago - has produced the most primitive, pagan, uncivilized, barbaric, terroristic, non-human being-like thinking the world has ever known. It is the logic of self-enslavement.Part 1 explains the fundamental cause of why people follow logic that is clearly lacking in human beingness. Note: Akenaten is (Akenaton, Amenhotep IV, Greek:Amenophis IV).
Akenaten's father is Amenhotep III (Greek:Amenophis III) of the 18th Dynasty.
Akenaten's mother is Queen Tiye. Akenaten's wife is Nefertiti.
Akenaten's brother by one of his father's other wives is Tutankhamen who then married one of Akenaten's sister's by Queen Tiye. Other accounts say Tutanhkamen is the son of Akenaten.
Kemet is (English:Egypt) (1) Asante, Molefi Kete and Mazama, Ama Editors: Encyclopedia Of African Religion (2009), p. 75. (2) Finch, Charles S III, “Nile Genesis: An Introduction To The Opus Of Gerald Massey,” Charles S. Finch III, 2006. Section III: A Book Of The Beginnings, accessed 9/24/2016. (3) Ibid. (4) Asante, p. 32.