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Akhenaten Turned from worshipping deities to belief in ONE god - after looking at the sun and believing there had to be one creator. Soon after becoming pharaoh of Egypt, Akhenaten discarded his royal name and loyalty to Amon. He turned away from old priests and began the cult of the sun disk -- the Aten. Akhenaten acknowledged that Aten was the single god except Re, the sun god. He banned the worship of Amon and closed down sacred temples.

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This Horned God poster celebrates all the various aspects and images of the masculine deity through the ages and can be a illustrative addition to your home and/or sacred space. Size: x 8

14. Ancient Mediterranean - The Ouroboros - The ouroboros , or tail eater, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of a snake swallowing its own tail. It came to be used in alchemy as a symbol of perpetual renewal. In this image, it encircles the ancient Pantheist motto ‘hen to pan’ (All is one). It is found in an alchemical manuscript of the eleventh century, known as Codex Marcianus Graecus 299, which was donated to the Venetian Republic in 1468 by the Greek-born humanist Cardinal Basilius…

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