Here in this Chapter I will give updated information on the Gods, why there was a friction between the worshipers of Amun and Akhenaten's God, and how this may connect to the Aryans.

Now, let's learn about the God called "Amun" first on the Wiki: "Amun (US: /ˈɑːmən/; also Amon, Ammon, Amen; Ancient Egyptian: Ámmōn, Hámmōn) was a major ancient Egyptian deity who appears as a member of the Hermopolitan Ogdoad. Amun was attested from the Old Kingdom together with his wife Amaunet. With the 11th Dynasty (c. 21st century BC), Amun rose to the position of patron deity of Thebes by replacing Montu."

"After the rebellion of Thebes against the Hyksos and with the rule of Ahmose I (16th century BC), Amun acquired national importance, expressed in his fusion with the Sun god, Ra, as Amun-Ra or Amun-Re. Amun-Ra retained chief importance in the Egyptian pantheon throughout the New Kingdom (with the exception of the "Atenist heresy" under Akhenaten). Amun-Ra in this period (16th to 11th centuries BC) held the position of transcendental, self-created creator deity "par excellence"; he was the champion of the poor or troubled and central to personal piety."

"His position as King of Gods developed to the point of virtual monotheism where other gods became manifestations of him. With Osiris, Amun-Ra is the most widely recorded of the Egyptian gods. As the chief deity of the Egyptian Empire, Amun-Ra also came to be worshipped outside Egypt, according to the testimony of ancient Greek historiographers in Libya and Nubia. As Zeus Ammon, he came to be identified with Zeus in Greece."

"Amun and Amaunet are mentioned in the Old Egyptian Pyramid Texts. The name Amun (written imn) meant something like "the hidden one" or "invisible". Amun rose to the position of tutelary deity of Thebes after the end of the First Intermediate Period, under the 11th Dynasty. As the patron of Thebes, his spouse was Mut. In Thebes, Amun as father, Mut as mother and the Moon god Khonsu formed a divine family or "Theban Triad". Identification with Min and Ra: "Amun depicted as Amun-Ra. Fragment of a stela showing Amun enthroned. Mut, wearing the double crown, stands behind him. Both are receiving offerings from Ramesses I, now lost."

"From Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London When the army of the founder of the Eighteenth Dynasty expelled the Hyksos rulers from Egypt, the victor's city of origin, Thebes, became the most important city in Egypt, the capital of a new dynasty. The local patron deity of Thebes, Amun, therefore became nationally important. The pharaohs of that new dynasty attributed all of their successes to Amun, and they lavished much of their wealth and captured spoil on the construction of temples dedicated to Amun."

"Amun depicted as Amun-Min. The victory against the "foreign rulers" achieved by pharaohs who worshipped Amun caused him to be seen as a champion of the less fortunate, upholding the rights of justice for the poor. By aiding those who traveled in his name, he became the Protector of the road. Since he upheld Ma'at (truth, justice, and goodness), those who prayed to Amun were required first to demonstrate that they were worthy, by confessing their sins."

"Votive stelae from the artisans' village at Deir el-Medina record: [Amun] who comes at the voice of the poor in distress, who gives breath to him who is wretched..You are Amun, the Lord of the silent, who comes at the voice of the poor; when I call to you in my distress You come and rescue me ... Though the servant was disposed to do evil, the Lord is disposed to forgive. The Lord of Thebes spends not a whole day in anger; His wrath passes in a moment; none remains. His breath comes back to us in mercy ... May your kꜣ be kind; may you forgive; It shall not happen again."

"Subsequently, when Egypt conquered Kush, they identified the chief deity of the Kushites as Amun. This Kush deity was depicted as ram-headed, more specifically a woolly ram with curved horns. Amun thus became associated with the ram arising from the aged appearance of the Kush ram deity, and depictions related to Amun sometimes had small ram's horns, known as the Horns of Ammon."

"A solar deity in the form of a ram can be traced to the pre-literate Kerma culture in Nubia, contemporary to the Old Kingdom of Egypt. The later (Meroitic period) name of Nubian Amun was Amani, attested in numerous personal names such as Tanwetamani, Arkamani, and Amanitore."

"Since rams were considered a symbol of virility, Amun also became thought of as a fertility deity, and so started to absorb the identity of Min, becoming Amun-Min. This association with virility led to Amun-Min gaining the epithet Kamutef, meaning "Bull of his mother", in which form he was found depicted on the walls of Karnak, ithyphallic, and with a scourge, as Min was. i mn n ra Z1 C1 Amun-Ra Egyptian hieroglyphs Re-Horakhty ("Ra (who is the) Horus of the two Horizons"), the fusion of Ra and Horus, in a depiction typical of the New Kingdom."

"Re-Horakhty was in turn identified with Amun. As the cult of Amun grew in importance, Amun became identified with the chief deity who was worshipped in other areas during that period, namely the sun god Ra. This identification led to another merger of identities, with Amun becoming Amun-Ra. In the Hymn to Amun-Ra he is described as Lord of truth, father of the gods, maker of men, creator of all animals, Lord of things that are, creator of the staff of life."

"In the New Kingdom, Amun became successively identified with all other Egyptian deities, to the point of virtual monotheism (which was then attacked by means of the "counter-monotheism" of Atenism). Primarily, the god of wind Amun came to be identified with the solar god Ra and the god of fertility and creation Min, so that Amun-Ra had the main characteristic of a solar god, creator god and fertility god."

"He also adopted the aspect of the ram from the Nubian solar god, besides numerous other titles and aspects. As Amun-Re, he was petitioned for mercy by those who believed suffering had come about as a result of their own or others' wrongdoing. Amon-Re "who hears the prayer, who comes at the cry of the poor and distressed...Beware of him! Repeat him to son and daughter, to great and small; relate him to generations of generations who have not yet come into being; relate him to fishes in the deep, to birds in heaven; repeat him to him who does not know him and to him who knows him ... Though it may be that the servant is normal in doing wrong, yet the Lord is normal in being merciful. The Lord of Thebes does not spend an entire day angry. As for his anger – in the completion of a moment there is no remnant ... As thy Ka endures! thou wilt be merciful!"

"In the Leiden hymns, Amun, Ptah, and Re are regarded as a trinity who are distinct gods but with unity in plurality. "The three gods are one yet the Egyptian elsewhere insists on the separate identity of each of the three." This unity in plurality is expressed in one text: All gods are three: Amun, Re and Ptah, whom none equals. He who hides his name as Amun, he appears to the face as Re, his body is Ptah."

"Henri Frankfort suggested that Amun was originally a wind god and pointed out that the implicit connection between the winds and mysteriousness was paralleled in a passage from the Gospel of John: "The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going."

[John 3:8] "A Leiden hymn to Amun describes how he calms stormy seas for the troubled sailor: The tempest moves aside for the sailor who remembers the name of Amon. The storm becomes a sweet breeze for he who invokes His name ... Amon is more effective than millions for he who places Him in his heart. Thanks to Him the single man becomes stronger than a crowd." Greece: "Amun, worshipped by the Greeks as Ammon, had a temple and a statue, the gift of Pindar (d. 443 BC), at Thebes, and another at Sparta, the inhabitants of which, as Pausanias says, consulted the oracle of Ammon in Libya from early times more than the other Greeks."

"At Aphytis, Chalcidice, Amun was worshipped, from the time of Lysander (d. 395 BC), as zealously as in Ammonium. Pindar the poet honored the god with a hymn. At Megalopolis the god was represented with the head of a ram (Paus. viii.32 § 1), and the Greeks of Cyrenaica dedicated at Delphi a chariot with a statue of Ammon." "Such was its reputation among the Classical Greeks that Alexander the Great journeyed there after the battle of Issus and during his occupation of Egypt, where he was declared "the son of Amun" by the oracle. Alexander thereafter considered himself divine. Even during this occupation, Amun, identified by these Greeks as a form of Zeus, continued to be the principal local deity of Thebes."

"Several words derive from Amun via the Greek form, Ammon, such as ammonia and ammonite. The Romans called the ammonium chloride they collected from deposits near the Temple of Jupiter-Amun in ancient Libya sal ammoniacus (salt of Amun) because of proximity to the nearby temple." "Ammonia, as well as being the chemical, is a genus name in the foraminifera. Both these foraminiferans (shelled Protozoa) and ammonites (extinct shelled cephalopods) bear spiral shells resembling a ram's, and Ammon's, horns. The regions of the hippocampus in the brain are called the cornu ammonis – literally "Amun's Horns", due to the horned appearance of the dark and light bands of cellular layers. In Paradise Lost, Milton identifies Ammon with the biblical Ham (Cham) and states that the gentiles called him the Libyan Jove."

Now, let's look at "Aten" in the Wiki: "Aten also Aton, Atonu, or Itn was the focus of Atenism, the religious system established in ancient Egypt by the Eighteenth Dynasty pharaoh Akhenaten. The Aten was the disc of the sun and originally an aspect of Ra, the sun god in traditional ancient Egyptian religion. Akhenaten, however, made it the sole focus of official worship during his reign. In his poem "Great Hymn to the Aten", Akhenaten praises Aten as the creator, giver of life, and nurturing spirit of the world. Aten does not have a creation myth or family but is mentioned in the Book of the Dead. The worship of Aten was initially dismantled by Tutankhamun and later eradicated by Tutankhamun's former military general Horemheb."

"The word Aten appears in the Old Kingdom as a noun meaning "disc" which referred to anything flat and circular; the sun was called the "disc of the day" where Ra was thought to reside. By analogy, the term "silver aten" was sometimes used to refer to the moon. High relief and low relief illustrations of the Aten show it with a curved surface, therefore, the late scholar Hugh Nibley insisted that a more correct translation would be globe, orb or sphere, rather than disk. The first known reference to Aten the sun-disk as a deity is in the Story of Sinuhe from the 12th Dynasty, in which the deceased king is described as rising as a god to the heavens and uniting with the sun-disk, the divine body merging with its maker."

"The solar Aten was extensively worshipped as a god in the reign of Amenhotep III when it was depicted as a falcon-headed man much like Ra. In the reign of Amenhotep III's successor, Amenhotep IV, the Aten became the central god of the Egyptian state religion, and Amenhotep IV changed his name to Akhenaten to reflect his close link with the new supreme deity. The principles of Aten's religion were recorded on the rock tomb walls of Akhetaten. In the religion of Aten (Atenism), night is a time to fear."

"Work is done best when the sun, Aten, is present. Aten cares for every creature, and created a Nile river in the sky (rain) for the Syrians. Aten created all countries and people. The rays of the sun disk only holds out life to the royal family; everyone else receives life from Akhenaten and Nefertiti in exchange for loyalty to Aten. Aten is depicted caring for the people through Akhenaten by Aten's hands extending towards the royalty, giving them ankhs representing life being given to humanity through both Aten and Akhenaten."

"In Akhenaten's Hymn to Aten, a love for humanity and the Earth is depicted in Aten's mannerisms: Aten bends low, near the earth, to watch over his creation; he takes his place in the sky for the same purpose; he wearies himself in the service of the creatures; he shines for them all; he gives them sun and sends them rain. The unborn child and the baby chick are cared for; and Akhenaten asks his divine father to 'lift up' the creatures for his sake so that they might aspire to the condition of perfection of his father, Aten."

"Akhenaten represented himself not as a god, but as a son of Aten, shifting the previous methods of pharaohs claiming to be the embodiment of Horus. Akhenaten positioned himself as the only intermediary who could speak to Aten. This contributes to the belief that Atenism should be considered a monotheistic religion where "the living Aten beside whom there is no other; he was the sole god". There is only one known instance of the Aten talking, "said by the 'Living Aten': my rays illuminate…"

"Aten is an evolution of the idea of a sun-god in Egyptian mythology, deriving a lot of his concepts of power and representation from the earlier god Ra but building on top of the power Ra represents. Aten carried absolute power in the universe, representing the life-giving force of light to the world as well as merging with the concept and goddess Ma'at to develop further responsibilities for Aten beyond the power of light itself."

The reader should already identify this God to be Baal himself. Baal is stated to mean Lord, but also the connection to the bull as well, thus relating to Osiris. When the excerpts detailed "Ram headed", "woolly haired", "King of the Gods", and how the prayers in the end states "Amen", all shows that it's been "re-written" for the worship of Amun. When the Bible states "King of the Gods", it's automatically based towards Zeus worship, thus Amun, Ammon Zeus or "Amen", is merely an alternate name to "Osiris".

Revelation 3:14 “And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;”

Even though the Biblical verses states this as "Amen" in the Bible, however, the Bible has been changed. It's revealed that there was a war between the worshipers of "Amun" and the being called "Aten", who goes by another name.

Let's see "The Anacalypsis" Volume 1, chapter 9 page 256 states this about Baal: "BALA or Bal was one of the names of Buddha.* It cannot be modern; in most ancient times it is every where to be found—in Carthage, Sidon, Tyre, Syria, Assyria—the Baal of the Hebrews."

"It is impossible to modernize him. The temples with the Bull remaining, and the ruins of the most magnificent city of Mahabali-pore not quite buried beneath the waves, and the figure in the temples prove the antiquity of this crucified God. Captain Wilford has pointed out some very striking traits of resemblance in the temples of Bal or Buddha, in Assyria, India, and Egypt : but this is not surprising, for they were all temples of Apis, the Bull of the Zodiac."

"When all the other circumstances are considered, it will not have surprised the reader to find the Hebrew God Baal, the bull-headed, among the Hindoo Gods. He is called Bala-Rama or Bala-hadra. He is the elder brother of Cristna, that is, probably, he preceded Cristna. M. Guigniaut says, Bala is evidently an incarnation of the sun; and Mr. Fuller remarks, that he is a modification of Sri-Rama, and forms the transition of connecting link between Sri-Rama and Cristna."

"This Sri is evidently the $: sr or Osiris, with the bull of Egypt. This Sri is found in the Surya of India, which is no other than Buddha; as we have seen, it is the oriental word for Bull, $&: sur, from which perhaps Syria, where the worship of Baal prevailed, had its name. Bali is allowed by the Brahmins to have been an incarnation or Avatar, but he is also said to have been a great tyrant and conquered by Cristna. In the history of this Avatar the rise of Cristnism is described. Vishnu or Cristna at first pretends to be very small, but by degrees increases to a great size, till at last he expels the giant, but leaves him the sovereignty of a gloomy kingdom." "Creuzer, Vol. I. p.187."

"Sir W. Jones, in his Sixth Annual Discourse, gives an account of a celebrated Persian work, called the Desatir, written by a person named Moshani Fani, in which is described a dynasty of Persian kings descending from a certain Mahabad who reigned over the whole earth, by whom, he says, the castes were invented; that fourteen Mahabads or Great Buddhas has appeared or would appear; and that the first of them left a work called the Desatir, or Regulations, and which was received by Mahabad from the Creator. This Maha-Bad is evidently the great Buddha;* and the Maha-Bul or Maha-Beli the great Baal, or Bol of Syria, with the head of a bull, in fact the sun—the whole most clearly an astrological or astronomical mythos or allegory."

"As a mythos the Mahabadian history of Moshani Fani is very interesting; as the true account of a dynasty of kings it is nothing. But I think there is great reason to believe that the Desatir is one of the oldest religious works existing, though probably much corrupted by the Mohamedan Moshani. This work confirms what I have said in B. V. Ch. V. S.2, that Menu and Buddha were identical. * Vide Faber, Pag. Idol. Vol. II. pp. 74-83." "To return to the word Baal. … It is said by Parkhurst to be equivalent to the Greek _ gio<, having authority. it is also said by him to mean the solar fire. baal called lord of heaven, which may be meaning 0?.: -3, bol smin, translated heaven. but .?.: smin or meant planets disposers. its most remarkable was that a beeve either gender. an idol syrians assyrians, often represented as man with head bull.* * for bull-worship, see d'ancarville, vol. i. … true god originally bol,* thou shalt no more call me baali. he afterward % ie %&% ieue, self-existent, and root word iaw, iao-pater, jupiter, in egypt, ram, jupiter ammon. followers were worshipers sun taurus : those iao ammon—of aries. from probably came our bull. here struggle betwixt two sects aries shews itself. hosea ii."> "The Apollo of the Greeks was nothing but the name of the Israelitish and Syrian Bol -3, bol, with the Chaldee emphatic article prefixed and the usual Greek termination. The most remarkable of the remains of the Indian Bal or Bala-Rama yet to be found in the West, is the temple of Heliopolis or Baalbec in Syria. … The Greek name Heliopolis proves, if proof were wanting, the meaning of the word Bal. ... The Hindoos have a sacrifice held in very high esteem which, their traditions state, goes back to the most remote æra : this is the sacrifice of a certain species of grass, called Cufa grass. This ancient sacrifice was also in use among the Egyptians."

So, to cut things short, based from understanding "Amun", would show that he is Osiris as Serapis, the god who connects to the star Sirius. He is the god Prajapati, Protogonos and Phanes, and is deemed "The Lord of Sirius". I have already established this in "The Black God" Chapters, so there isn't anything new. I also find it interesting that this God is known to forgive, thus referencing to what "The Anacalypsis" states on the Buddha washing himself with blod as forgiveness of sins. This is all to familiar with what's stated in the Wiki. It's noted that Ammon Zeus is also Osiris, and is based on the God called "Dagon". Based from the hand insignia from Jesus just shows that this is Bacchus who is Osiris the Lord of the Underworld. The "Hand of Sabazios" which is on the worship and symbolism towards this Deity, so again, nothing is new at this point once you learn to break things down as to who they really are. Their epithets and attributes are distributed to new names of the Gods, but is shown to be the same deity altogether.

Now, I have already established in "Thoth is Enoch" and "The Black God" on the Peacock symbolism and the Pine cone connection to the black stone egg. Now, what about the lamb symbolism towards this God?

First let's address this information from what Sir Godfrey Higgins had stated in his book "The Anaclypsis" chapter 10 page 260. Now, this chapter is based on the connections of the Yajna and how the Egyptian passover is the same as the Hindus. Let's look at this excerpt: "If the religions of Moses and the Hindoos were the same, it was reasonable to expect that we should find the celebrated Egyptian festival of the Passover in both countries, and it is found accordingly. We have in it the most solemn of the religious rites of the Brahmins, the sacrifice of the Yajna or the Lamb."

"… This history of the passage of the sun and of the passage of the Israelites from Egypt, affords a very remarkable example of the double meaning of the Hebrew books. Before the time of Moses, the Egyptians fixed the commencement of the year at the vernal equinox. … In the Oriental Chronicle it is said, that the day the sun entered into Aries, was solennis ac celeberrimus apud Ægyptios. But this Ægyptian festival commenced on the very day when the Paschal lamb was separated."

"… In this festival the Israelites marked their door-posts, &c., with blood, the Ægyptians marked their goods with red. The Hebrew name was (.5 psh pesach, which means transit. The Lamb itself is also called Pesech, or the Passover."

"In India, the devotees throw red powder on one another at the festival of the Huli or vernal equinox. This red powder, the Hindoos say, is an imitation of the pollen of plants, the principle of fructification, the flower of the plant. Here we arrive at the import of this mystery. A plant which has not this powder, this flower or flour, is useless; it does not produce seed."

"This Huli festival is the festival of the vernal equinox; it is the Yulé; it is the origin of our word holy; it is Julius, Yulius. The followers of Vishnu observes the custom, on grand occasions, of sacrificing a ram. This sacrifice was called Yajna; and the fire of the Yajna was called Yajneswara, of the God fire. The word "Yajna, M. Dubois says (p.316,) is derived from Agni fire, as if it were to this God that the sacrifice was really offered. I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni and the Latin Ignis."

"And I suppose I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni to the Latin Agnus, to those who have seen the numerous extraordinary coincidences in the languages of Italy and India, which I have shewn in this work and in my Celtic Druids. In this ceremony of sacrificing the lamb the devotees of India chaunt with a loud voice, When will it be that the Saviour will be born ! When will it be that the Redeemer will appear ! The Brahmins, though they eat no flesh on any other occasion, at this sacrifice taste the flesh of the animal : and the person offering the sacrifice makes a verbal confession of his sins* and receives absolution."

"… The Hindoos have a sacred fire which never dies, and a sacrifice connected with it, called Oman.*** They have also the custom of casting out devils from people possessed, by prayers and ceremonies,**** which is also practised by the people of Siam. All this is very important. * Loubière says, auricular confession is practised by the Siamese. ** Travels and Letters of the Jesuits, translated from the French, 1713; London, 1714, pp. 1423, signed Bouchet. *** ON the generative power of OM. **** Travel and Letters of the Jesuits, pp. 14-23. Page 262 The first sentence of the Rig-Veda is said to be Agnim-ile, I sing praise to fire. "Here we are told that Agnim means fire. When we reflect upon the slain lamb, and the call for the Saviour, we must be struck with the scene in the fifth chapter of the Apocalypse, from verse five to ten, where praise is given to the slain Lamb. The identity of the Mythoses cannot be denied."

Now, let's view Rene Guenon's "The King of the World" and see what he states: "ACCORDING to Ossendowski's report, the 'Lord of the World' formerly appeared several times in India and in Siam, 'blessing the people with a golden apple surmounted with a lamb'. This is an extremely important detail when it is compared with Saint-Yves's description of the 'cycle of the Lamb and the Ram'."

"1 It is even more remarkable that there exist in Christian symbolism innumerable representations of the Lamb on a mountain from which flow down four rivers that are clearly identical with those four rivers of Terrestrial Paradise."

"2 As already mentioned, Agarttha possessed a different name before the onset of the Kali-Yuga; it was called Paradesha, which in Sanskrit means 'supreme country', and which applies well to the spiritual centre par excellence, also called the 'Heart of the World'. It is the word from which the Chaldeans formed Pardes, and Westerners Paradise. Such is the original sense of this last word, which should make it clear why, in one form or another, it always signifies the same thing as the Pardes of the Hebrew Kabbalah. On summing up what has been discussed about the symbolism of the 'Pole', it is not difficult to understand that the mountain of Terrestrial Paradise is the...."

"1 We should be reminded here of the allusion, already made elsewhere, to the connection that exists between the Vedic Agni and the symbol of the Lamb (L’Esoterisme de Dante (1957 edn.), pp. 69-70; Man and his Becoming according to Vedanta, p. 44); in India the ram represents the vehicle of Agra'. Furthermore, Mr Ossendowski points out on several occasions that the cult of Rama still exists in Mongolia; hence there is something more than Buddhism there, contrary to what most of the orientalists maintain."

"From another side, we have had communications about the memories of the 'Cycle of Ram', which are said to still subsist in Cambodia, giving information which appeared so extraordinary that we have preferred not to remark on it; we therefore mention it only as a reminder."

Now, based on this interesting passage I can respect to Godfrey Higgins (and others) statements on the connection to Agni and Agnus dei as the lamb. There is a version of Agni sitting upon a lamb and how this relates to the Christian lamb idealogy. Even Rene Guenon's statement on the lamb also details something similar as well. It would seem that Agni is based on the lamb, however, the symbols of Christianity and it's origins gives a different theme here. Now, the lamb bearer called "Kriophoros" pertains to Hermes who is Thoth. And this Thoth is based on Dagon, who is the Black God Osiris, to which had the conflict against the otehr being who is also called Hermes or Thoth as this is the Egyptian God Set. These names is based on Enoch and is based on matter of symbolism. 

Now, based on understanding how the term "lamb" is based on the Dragon Gods that came down after the battle against Michael the Archangel, then I had to rethink the whole situation, as these puzzle pieces have to be put together correctly. When they state "Agni and the lamb", I had the notion on this version of Agni being that of Vishnu, however, based on the "Red Horn" story connecting to the story of Iblis/Azazil, it turns out that much of the history has been changed, and due to the lack of connecting this angel to other stories, shows that the entity called "Iblis" is really "Michael the Archangel". This is the Angel that defeated the Dragon God to which is called "Lord of Sirius", and how they came down with the symbolism and culture of the Cross. The real Agni is based on the Garuda bird, which is why the Chapter in Genesis 3:15 states on the emnity between two races, shows that it's between these two angels and their races. The Garuda and the Naga is where this connects to the conflict between Aten and Amun, though these names are really Set and Osiris. Osiris is the Lord of the underworld, and his prototype is Anubis the dog headed God. So, when you see Michael the Archangel stabbing a dog like creature, this pertains to the Lord of Sirius Osiris, as serpents and dogs connects to the God of the underworld.

Now, based from the Chapter "Nag Hammadi", I detail how the dog headed God is based on Yaldabaoth, and is alternatively called "lion headed" as well. This God is Osiris who is Ammon Zeus and Amun ra. Amun, Mut and Khonsu is merely Osiris, Isis and Horus, Shiva, Parvati and Murugan, Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz. Zeus and Hades are interchangeably the same deity, and is also linked to Poseidon based on the dog and dragon symbolism. These stories on the Mythos is based on symbolism, but the reader has to put them together and understand that the attributes of these Gods are passed down to another deity with a whole different name.

So, based on understanding the full situation from the Galactic Warfare series, I can safely state that the original symbol of AGNI is based on the Garuda bird and not the lamb symbolism that Godfrey Higgins had stated. There is a possibility that the reason why Agni sits upon the ram, is the ram is based on Ares as an astrological sign. Jordan Maxwell had detailed something like this on symbolism of the Jews worshiping the bull is based on Taurus and the ram is based on Ares. But as far the research goes for the bird symbolism, the God of fire's symbol would be that of this fiery bird thus linking to Agni. This is why when the Brahmins put the bricks in the form of a bird, it's based on AGNI's symbol from the Rig Vedas. 

Here in the Wiki based on Set states here: "During the Second Intermediate Period (1650–1550 BCE), a group of Near Eastern peoples, known as the Hyksos (literally, "rulers of foreign lands") gained control of Lower Egypt, and ruled the Nile Delta, from Avaris. They chose Set, originally Upper Egypt's chief god, the god of foreigners and the god they found most similar to their own chief god, Hadad, as their patron."

"Set then became worshiped as the chief god once again. The Hyksos King Apophis is recorded as worshiping Set exclusively, as described in the following passage: [He] chose for his Lord the god Seth. He did not worship any other deity in the whole land except Seth. — Papyrus Sallier 1 (Apophis and Sekenenre) Jan Assmann argues that because the ancient Egyptians could never conceive of a "lonely" god lacking personality, Seth the desert god, who was worshiped on his own, represented a manifestation of evil. When, c. 1522 BCE, Ahmose I overthrew the Hyksos and expelled them, Egyptians' attitudes towards Asiatic foreigners became xenophobic, and royal propaganda discredited the period of Hyksos rule. The Set cult at Avaris flourished, nevertheless, and the Egyptian garrison of Ahmose stationed there became part of the priesthood of Set." "The founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty, Ramesses I came from a military family from Avaris with strong ties to the priesthood of Set. Several of the Ramesside kings were named after the god, most notably Seti I (literally, "man of Set") and Setnakht (literally, "Set is strong"). In addition, one of the garrisons of Ramesses II held Set as its patron deity, and Ramesses II erected the so-called "Four Hundred Years' Stele" at Pi-Ramesses, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Set cult in the Nile delta."

Now, here in Genesis 15:13, the God of fire tells Abram "...Know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years. Let's connect this to During the Second Intermediate Period (1650–1550 BCE), a group of Near Eastern peoples, known as the Hyksos (literally, "rulers of foreign lands") gained control of Lower Egypt, and ruled the Nile Delta, from Avaris. They chose Set, originally Upper Egypt's chief god, the god of foreigners and the god they found most similar to their own chief god, Hadad, as their patron. Set then became worshiped as the chief god once again."

"The Hyksos King Apophis is recorded as worshiping Set exclusively, as described in the following passage: [He] chose for his Lord the god Seth. He did not worship any other deity in the whole land except Seth. — Papyrus Sallier 1 (Apophis and Sekenenre) Jan Assmann argues that because the ancient Egyptians could never conceive of a "lonely" god lacking personality, Seth the desert god, who was worshiped on his own, represented a manifestation of evil."

"When Ahmose I overthrew the Hyksos and expelled them, in c. 1522 BCE, Egyptians' attitudes towards Asiatic foreigners became xenophobic, and royal propaganda discredited the period of Hyksos rule. The Set cult at Avaris flourished, nevertheless, and the Egyptian garrison of Ahmose stationed there became part of the priesthood of Set. The founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty, Ramesses I came from a military family from Avaris with strong ties to the priesthood of Set."

"Several of the Ramesside kings were named after the god, most notably Seti I (literally, "man of Set") and Setnakht (literally, "Set is strong"). In addition, one of the garrisons of Ramesses II held Set as its patron deity, and Ramesses II erected the so-called "Four Hundred Years' Stele" at Pi-Ramesses, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Set cult in the Nile delta."

This is where the puzzle pieces start connecting together, as both Gods "Osiris" God of the pillar, and "Set" God of fire, had both made a covenant (contract) to Abraham and his seed.

Now, based on understanding who Michael the Archangel is in "The God of fire", then everything starts to connect as the God of fire has ties to the Egyptian God "Set", and would have the nature and fiery power of "Rudra" or "AGNI", thus connecting Him as the God who brought the Children of Israel out of Egypt. Now if this is truly the case, the Children of Israel that were taken out to the lands of India and China, would then connect to the Exodus after the "400" years in slavery. Then based from the man that would be called "Moses" in the Bible (as this is not his real name), could possibly be Akhenaten,. However, another source states be his apparent brother "Thutmose".

Here is an article from "grahamhancock.com" website on "Moses and Akhenaten: Brothers in Alms".

"I started this adventure as a simple “one post” blog. It seemed a vaguely interesting idea; a possible link between Moses, who led the Israelites out of bondage to the Promised Land, and Akhenaten, the heretical Pharaoh who overturned the religion of Egypt."

"Moses is revered in various religious texts, yet apparently lacks any proven historicity, while Akhenaten, although only really “rediscovered” in the twentieth century, certainly existed, however, nearly all his buildings, monuments and inscriptions were deliberately destroyed. What is it about these two characters from ancient history that has fascinated academics, religious writers and the world at large for generations?"

"Was it pure coincidence that both were linked to religious movements which were seen as controversial in their time, or was there more to these two leaders of men? Two larger than life characters should be easy to identify in the historical and Biblical texts. How wrong I was. It has grown into an unbelievable jigsaw puzzle that has led me down some very interesting paths. Although what follows is only a small part of what eventually became my book, Moses and Akhenaten: Brothers in Alms, it is a particularly fascinating story in its own right."

"Many authors, researchers and scientists have written of the events of the Exodus with various theories being put forward and I openly acknowledge all of their work. Struck by Freud’s ideas that Moses was an Egyptian and probably one of high rank, I was led to the belief that Akhenaten and Moses were not the same person, but were related – in fact were brothers. I decided that the way forward was to read as much as is available concerning these two iconic leaders of men."

"My research, added to that of others, has not proved a direct connection between the two, but, perhaps more importantly, it has not proved that there wasn’t. The premise is that Moses was the son of Amenhotep III, the Crown Prince Tuthmose, who disappears from the records sometime around his father’s thirtieth year. His exile from court paved the way for his younger brother to eventually take the throne as Amenhotep IV, or Akhenaten, as he is better known."

"As princes growing up in the cosmopolitan world that was the empire of Amenhotep III, along with the leanings within the royal family towards a return to the older religions, they experienced a distinct separation from the influences of the Amun-Ra priesthood. From these influences grew the early forms of monotheism that both brothers would follow in later life. Drawing on ancient texts and inscriptions it is possible to gain some idea of where Moses really was during the biblical forty years that he was in Midian."

"The end of the 18th dynasty gave Moses the chance to reclaim his birthright and he returned to Egypt to face the new king, Ramesses I. It is from this meeting that the events that we know as the Plagues and the Exodus followed. It is important to understand that Pi-Ramesses is to be found at the site of the fortress Zarw and that the eruption of Thera has just taken place. These details are all explained in Moses and Akhenaten: Brothers in Alms."

The actuality of the Exodus has probably generated the most discussion and argument in history. The fact that the Exodus is not referred to in Egyptian documents does not in any way mean that it didn’t take place. The Egyptians were masters of spin and never held back in rewriting their own history to maintain the balance of Maat. With the death and destruction brought about by the earthquakes that hit the eastern Delta, Pharaoh was only too keen to let Moses and his followers go."

"According to the Bible, the Israelites were given everything that they might need for their journey, as well as gold and silver; such was the urgency of the Egyptians to get rid of them. The earth tremors linked to the possibility of extreme high tides, even tsunamis, would have made the coastal route a dangerous prospect for the fleeing Israelites. These natural threats, added to the distinct likelihood of the Egyptians changing their minds about losing such a valuable workforce, would have made the Way of Horus, with its military garrisons, the worst possible route out of the country."

"Moses led the Hebrews this way, that in case the Egyptians should repent and be desirous to pursue after them, they might undergo the punishment of their wickedness, and of the breach of those promises they had made to them. As also he led them this way on account of the Philistines, who had quarrelled with them, and hated them of old. (Antiquities of the Jews, Josephus) The Land of Ramesses and Goshen were interchangeable names to the Biblical editors, and so the Israelites left the area of Ramesses heading in a south- westerly direction."

"The entire Eastern Frontier network, with its lakes and adjoining canals, sections of which were more than 230 feet (70 m) wide, stretched from the Mediterranean to the Gulf of Suez, acting as a physical barrier between Egypt and the Sinai. This made it virtually impossible for the Israelites to travel directly east, and they were forced to head in a different direction in search of the Way of Shur, the old caravan route that led from Canaan, across the Negev, to the eastern edge of Egypt where it passed through the Wall of the Ruler, just north of Lake Timsah, at present day Ismailia."

"Shur comes from the Hebrew word shuwr meaning wall or enclosure andappears several times in the Bible, always in association with Egypt: “unto Shur, which is before Egypt” (Genesis 25), “thy going in to Shur, which is on the front of Egypt” (Samuel 1) and of course Exodus, where the Israelites journey three days into the Wilderness of Shur. Travelling south-west, with the horizon behind them broken, during the day, by the stratospheric reaches of the ash plume from Thera, and by night, the glow from the lava fires, they skirted the western shores of the then extant Ballah Lakes."

"As they journeyed, the sheer numbers of people, along with their herds of sheep, goats and cattle, would have made travelling heavy going and it is likely that they would have been forced to make camp as they crossed into the 8thnome, known as the Eastern Harpoon. This was the first stop, somewhere to the north of the Wadi Tumilat, a makeshift camp known to us as Succoth, widely translated as tents or booths; perhaps a reference to the shanty-like shelters built by the travellers. The Israelites were now in the general area known to the Egyptians as Tjeku."

"Although part of Egypt proper, references to Tjeku are usually accompanied by the determinative glyph that denotes the desert or foreign lands, implying a foreign border or even extensive habitation by foreigners; sometimes Tjeku is given the city determinative providing a good reason for assuming it was a specific locale as well as a region. Various 19th Dynasty letters from an official on the Eastern frontier show the importance of the Tjeku region in the control of the border. We have finished passing the tribes of the Shasu of Edom through the Fortress of Merneptah-Hotephirma, Life, Prosperity, Health, in Theku, [Tjeku] to the pools of Pithom, of Merneptah-Hotephirma in Theku, in order to sustain them and their herds in the domain of Pharaoh, L.P.H., the good Sun of every land… (Papyrus Anastasi VI, Ancient Records of Egypt vol. III, Breasted)

"Another matter, to wit: I was sent forth from the broad-halls of the palace-life, prosperity, health!-in the 3rd month of the third season, day nine, at the time of evening, following after these two slaves. Now when I reached the enclosure-wall of Tjeku on the 3rd month of the third season, day 10, they told me they were saying to the south that they had passed by on the 3rd month of the third season, day 10."

"Now when I reached the fortress, they told me that the scout had come from the desert saying that they had passed the walled place north of the Migdol of SetiMer-ne-Ptah–life, prosperity,~health! Beloved like Seth. When my letter reaches you, write to me about all that has happened to them.(Papyrus Anastasi V, Ancient Near Eastern Texts, Pritchard) It is worth noting that it only took one day for the writer of the above to get from the palace, i.e. the royal residence, which one would presume was Ramesses, to the walls of Tjeku. An easy journey if one follows the canals of the Eastern Frontier."

"The principal deity of Tjeku was Atum, itm, the creator god, head of the Ennead, whose main centre was Heliopolis, and the name Pithom and possibly even Tumilat and Timsah all carry a reference to that god. pritm or Pithom means the house of Atum and many references to Tjeku attest the link. Naville’s work describing his excavations at what he believed was Pithom, includes a picture of a statue of a priest with the titles Overseer of Prophets of Atum and Chief Priest over Tjeku, and mentions all the priests …who shall enter the temple of Atum…residing in Tjeku."

"Inscribed by Ptolemy II, more than a thousand years after the time we are interested in, the Pithom Stela, discovered at Tell el Maskhuta in the WadiTumilat, links Tjeku with Atum many times: itm a3 nTranx n Tkw, Atum, the great living god of Tjeku. Another noteworthy section from the same stela mentions both the canal and the wall: In the year 16… they dug [dredged] a canal, to please the heart of his father Tum, the great god, the living of Tekut [Tjeku], in order to bring the gods of Khent-ab [the Sethroitenome]. Its beginning is the river north of Heliopolis, its end is in the Lake of the Scorpion [Lake Timsah], it runs towards the great wall on its eastern side, the height of which is hundred cubits… (>The Store-City of Pithom and the Route of the Exodus, Naville) If cubits is the correct translation, the wall would have been over 150 feet (45 m) high."

"Having left the makeshift camp of Succoth, the Israelites continued south and then east along the Wadi Tumilat until they reached their next stop, which, according to the Bible, was Etham. Although its actual location hasn’t been established, Exodus tells us it was at the extremity of the wilderness, in other words, on the edge of the desert, at the eastern end of the wadi. Again the influence of Atum or Tum is clear in the name. Professor Kitchen, in his On the Reliability of the Old Testament, suggests that the name could have come from iw-itm, an isle of Atum, rather than the oft repeated association with the Egyptian word khetem meaning fort, which linguistically is not possible: the Hebrewaleph cannot come from the Egyptian kh.'

"At Etham, the travellers find themselves forced into turning north, as the Shur, the enclosure or wall that protects the Eastern border, prevents any further travel east; to the south lie the waters of Lake Timsah and the route back is impossible as the Egyptian forces, as predicted, are now heading east along the Wadi Tumilat in pursuit of the fleeing work force. We have acted foolishly in allowing these slaves to leave us. We shall miss their services in the manufacture of bricks, and in building up our fortresses. When our tributaries hear of this tiling, they will rebel against us, unless we take severe measures with these Israelites, for they will say, ‘If slaves can successfully rebel against them, how much easier will it be for princes and rulers like ourselves to cast their yoke from off our necks.’

"Therefore Pharaoh assembled his wise men, his magicians, and his elders, and taking counsel together they resolved to pursue and recapture their bondsmen. (The Talmud: Selections, Polano) The Description de l’ Égypte was the collective output of the scholars and scientists who accompanied Napoleon on his three year expedition to Egypt. As part of this work, a series of maps, known as the CartesTopographique de l’ Égypte, was published in 1818."

"Six miles (10 km) north-northeast of Lake Timsah lay the Ballah Lakes separated by what the Napoleonic cartographers labelled Marais Salans, salt marshes. Although not shown on the 19th century map, today’s satellite imagery clearly shows the remains of an artificial waterway north of Ismailia, a few hundred metres from the Faculty of Medicine of Suez Canal University. This is part of the canal system discovered by the French engineer Linant de Bellefonds, who wrongly attributed the work to Necho of the 26th Dynasty. More of this canal was revealed by the aerial photography of the Israeli Geological Survey carried out in the 1970s."

"The visible section, north of Ismailia, presumably connected Lake Timsah with the Ballah Lakes. Although geological evidence suggests that the lake systems across the Isthmus of Suez were at times dry, it is likely that, with the canal systems operational at the time of the Exodus, the basins would be full, providing a defensive line along the eastern boundary with the desert. If the canal with its raised banks is the Wall of the Ruler, built as a defence rather than for navigation, then after the expulsion of the Hyksos, it would have been comparatively simple for the kings of the 18th Dynasty to dredge out the old earthworks."

"Jehovah speaketh unto Moses, saying, “Speak unto the sons of Israel, and they turn back and encamp before Pi-Hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea, before Baal-Zephon; over-against it ye do encamp by the sea,” and Pharaoh hath said of the sons of Israel, They are entangled in the land, the wilderness hath shut upon them. (Exodus 14) Four specific points that should make it possible to determine the Israelite crossing point. The Papyrus Anastasi III carries a letter from one scribe to his superior in which he describes arriving at the Royal Residence, Pi-Ramesses. He waxes lyrical about how the Residence is “pleasant in life, its field full of everything good,” he also mentions the canal of the Residence and the plentiful supply of fish. In one of the lines the scribe describes the fish of the “x… waters, waters of Ba’al,” unfortunately the name of the water where the fish are is damaged; however, enough of the determinatives have survived to suggest that the water in question was a canal."

"The text continues with a reference to two more stretches of water: “The Shi-Hor has salt and the pAhrw has natron…” Hoffmeier, in his Ancient Israel in Sinai, has suggested that the word hrw could be a borrowed derivation of a Semitic word meaning canal, and the Pi of Pi-hahiroth is actually the Egyptian definite article giving us the canal. The scribe continues with his description talking of the pATwfy and its papyrus and the Shi-Hor with its rushes. pATwfy is the name that has been widely translated as yam suph, the Sea of Reeds. The debate over the translation of yam suph either as the Sea of Reeds as opposed to the traditional Red Sea has filled many books, and is an argument we are not going to get into here."

"Most scholars now accept the former translation, with some suggesting that the term is an all-encompassing one covering all of the wetlands across the Isthmus, including, possibly, the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba. The use of the word sea must be understood to refer to any large stretch of water, for example the Sea of Galilee or the Dead Sea and does not necessarily mean sea as we would use it today. Modern German still uses the same word see to mean either a lake or the sea. With the sea (Lake Timsah) behind them and Pi-hahiroth (the canal) on their left, the Israelitesturn back as they head north in the direction of the Ballah Lakes, Baal-Zephon."

"Baal-Zephon simply means Baal of the north and perhaps the storm god’s name lived on in the now non-existent lake system. It must be pointed out that neither Hebrew nor Egyptian hieroglyphs recognize capital letters, so many of these words and places have perhaps attained a greater specific importance than was originally intended. A good example of this is Migdol, which means tower."

"It has been assumed that the Migdol in question will be found in the remains of a substantial fortress and all sorts of links have been made to various Migdol that are referenced in the Bible. It has become the Migdol, when perhaps it should be a migdol."

"From the viewpoint of the Israelite camp, before the canal, with the lakes in front of them and the “sea” behind them, the Napoleonic maps show that about 12 miles (20 km) east of the present day Suez Canal, equidistant between Ballah and Timsah and overlooking the French salt marshes, stands the BirMakdal, the “well of the tower”. This site today appears to be covered by the desert sands."

The original agreement with Pharaoh was to allow the Israelites three days to go into the wilderness for a religious festival, which in effect gave them a three day head start. Now that the children of Israel had gone from them the Egyptians recognized how valuable an element they had been in their country. In general, the time of the exodus of Israel was disastrous for their former masters."

"In addition to losing their dominion over the Israelites, the Egyptians had to deal with mutinies that broke out among many other nations tributary to them, for hitherto Pharaoh had been the ruler of the whole world. (Legends of the Jews, Ginzberg) Then Pharaoh sent heralds to all the Cities, Saying: "These Israelites are but a small band, and they are raging furiously against us; but we are a multitude, amply fore-warned.(The Holy Qur’an, tr. Abdulla Yusuf Ali) Pharaoh finally caught up with the fleeing Israelites as they were about to cross into the Wilderness of Shur. Again, we need to relook at the Exodus story, where we find that Pharaoh chased after Moses and his followers by chariot, in fact 600 chariots, and it was these fast weapons of war that had enabled the Egyptian forces to catch up so quickly. However, it was these very chariots that would prove Pharaoh’s undoing. Moses led his people straight through the yam suph, the salty marshes of the French cartographers, which lay between Timsah and Ballah, and Pharaoh in his eagerness followed suit."

"The wet, boggy ground allowed the Israelites to pass, while stopping the faster, but much heavier, chariot pursuit dead in its tracks. Moses and the Israelites left Egypt. Whether or not the king died at yam suph is open to interpretation, but it is certain that Ramesses I died unexpectedly and was buried hurriedly in the Valley of the Kings. His tomb is noted for being only partially complete. His son and heir, Seti I, conducted vigorous campaigns into Syria and Canaan."

Very interesting article. It's a mystery that I can't really solve myself, but it's definitely one step closer to the truth. It may not be Akhenaten but if that is based from his brother, then perhaps we are going somewhere with this. But what can be solved is this. Since the God of fire had told the Israelites (Aryans) to not worship the Queen of heaven (in Jeremiah 44 as Ashtoreth) and Baal, who is Moloch, Dagon, to Osiris and Amun, then it becomes obvious that Amun, Mut and Khonsu is basically Osiris, Isis and Horus, and have always been worshiped by the three Abrahamic faiths as Christianity, the Judaism and Islam. When I found out how the Vatican had created Judaism, then everything started to makes sense, and why they want to hide the true origins of Christianity. Then based from this information makes total sense as to why the black stone that is worshiped in Mecca, points to Dagon and the Queen of Heaven that the Jews and Christians (and other religions) worship to this day.

This most likely why Godfrey Higgins was questioning if the Jews were those Brahmins and Chinese people, because everything the states based from the Bible leads to those people. I can understand how everything was kept back, as we are told the false notion that the Jewish religion is older than Christianity, when in actuality Christianity preceeded Judaism. This is why the History of the black people bringing the Cross and Christianity (as it's based on Hinduism) had to be taken off the shelves, because this will lead back to where the real lands are, who the Aryans are, and where Christianity's true origin is based on. People right now are into "seperatism", thinking that their religion has nothing or no relations to other religions. This is the state of ignorance that keeps people in this state.

This is where I have to break this segment down on the connections of the Brahmins and the Egyptians. It's already known that the people now called Chinese, Japanese, Koreans etc. were never in the land to begin with. "The Anaclypsis" chapter 10 page 260. states this excerpt:

"If the religions of Moses and the Hindoos were the same, it was reasonable to expect that we should find the celebrated Egyptian festival of the Passover in both countries, and it is found accordingly. We have in it the most solemn of the religious rites of the Brahmins, the sacrifice of the Yajna or the Lamb."

"… This history of the passage of the sun and of the passage of the Israelites from Egypt, affords a very remarkable example of the double meaning of the Hebrew books. Before the time of Moses, the Egyptians fixed the commencement of the year at the vernal equinox. … In the Oriental Chronicle it is said, that the day the sun entered into Aries, was solennis ac celeberrimus apud Ægyptios. But this Ægyptian festival commenced on the very day when the Paschal lamb was separated."

"… In this festival the Israelites marked their door-posts, &c., with blood, the Ægyptians marked their goods with red. The Hebrew name was (.5 psh pesach, which means transit. The Lamb itself is also called Pesech, or the Passover."

"In India, the devotees throw red powder on one another at the festival of the Huli or vernal equinox. This red powder, the Hindoos say, is an imitation of the pollen of plants, the principle of fructification, the flower of the plant. Here we arrive at the import of this mystery. A plant which has not this powder, this flower or flour, is useless; it does not produce seed."

"This Huli festival is the festival of the vernal equinox; it is the Yulé; it is the origin of our word holy; it is Julius, Yulius. The followers of Vishnu observes the custom, on grand occasions, of sacrificing a ram. This sacrifice was called Yajna; and the fire of the Yajna was called Yajneswara, of the God fire. The word "Yajna, M. Dubois says (p.316,) is derived from Agni fire, as if it were to this God that the sacrifice was really offered. I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni and the Latin Ignis."

"And I suppose I need not point out the resemblance of the word Agni to the Latin Agnus, to those who have seen the numerous extraordinary coincidences in the languages of Italy and India, which I have shewn in this work and in my Celtic Druids. In this ceremony of sacrificing the lamb the devotees of India chaunt with a loud voice, When will it be that the Saviour will be born ! When will it be that the Redeemer will appear ! The Brahmins, though they eat no flesh on any other occasion, at this sacrifice taste the flesh of the animal : and the person offering the sacrifice makes a verbal confession of his sins* and receives absolution."

"… The Hindoos have a sacred fire which never dies, and a sacrifice connected with it, called Oman.*** They have also the custom of casting out devils from people possessed, by prayers and ceremonies,**** which is also practised by the people of Siam. All this is very important. * Loubière says, auricular confession is practised by the Siamese. ** Travels and Letters of the Jesuits, translated from the French, 1713; London, 1714, pp. 1423, signed Bouchet. *** ON the generative power of OM. **** Travel and Letters of the Jesuits, pp. 14-23. Page 262 The first sentence of the Rig-Veda is said to be Agnim-ile, I sing praise to fire.

"Here we are told that Agnim means fire. When we reflect upon the slain lamb, and the call for the Saviour, we must be struck with the scene in the fifth chapter of the Apocalypse, from verse five to ten, where praise is given to the slain Lamb. The identity of the Mythoses cannot be denied."

This shows that the "Matsuri" from the Japanese is based on the symbol of "Garuda" which is the symbol of the God of fire who led the Aryans into the lands of India and China. Since the symbol of Garuda pertains to "Michael the Archangel" who is AGNI, then everything starts to make sense and why they want to keep this secret....

Then based from observing these statues of the apparent Egyptian faces, it's shown that their features look like the people in Cental Asia, Northern India and East and South East Asia...... 

This reveals that the Egyptians would be the Brahmins, as the Aryans who were led by the God of fire AGNI. When finding out the true God and how he had battled the demons, Giants, water spirits and other entities, I already started to this God's connections to Azazil, Iblis, Acala, Agni, then to Michael the Archangel. This story would be of "Red Horn" who is shown having red braided hair.

Here based on the description of the God of fire is shown to have "red braided hair" in the same manner of the Ancient Egyptians. In Egypt they call it a "Sidelock of Youth". Here is what it states:

"The sidelock of youth (also called a Horus lock, Prince's lock, Princess' lock, or side braid) was an identifying characteristic of the child in Ancient Egypt. It symbolically indicates that the wearer is a legitimate heir of Osiris. The sidelock was used as a divine attribute from at least as early as the Old Kingdom."

"In earlier depictions, the sidelock can be seen with short hat-like hairstyles in, for example, mortuary cults. Later it was usually attached to an almost shoulder-length wig, which was worn in three styles: curled, straight, or in tresses. Based on the connection between sidelocks and children, Egyptologists coined the term "sidelock of youth". They are worn by both mortal and divine children."

"The name "sidelock of youth" is not entirely accurate, since it is usually a braid rather than a lock, with its end twisted into a spiral. In Middle Kingdom depictions, the end is rolled to the front."

"The sidelock was generally worn on the right. In reliefs it can be depicted on the left or the right, since otherwise the lock would not be visible on a figure in profile facing left. A strand of hair was separated off from the side of the skull, itself further separated into three individual braids. The braided portion was held in place by a clasp at its point of origin. Thereafter there were several different possibilities, such as the triple braided sidelock, whose three strands converged in a spiral."

"Only in a few cases was it gathered with a clasp at its point of origin and ended with a spiral but left as a loose lock of hair in between. Further types of divine sidelock are also known. The Horus lock, like the sidelock, was braided from three strands of hair, which seem to terminate in a claw-like shape and are connected with the goddess Mafdet in Egyptian mythology."

"The sidelock of youth was used by the children of the pharaohs, not only to show them to be children, but also to indicate their connection to the youthful Horus. Like them, the young Horus had worn the sidelock as the heir apparent of his father Osiris. In accordance with the mythological precedent, the children of the king, as his designated heirs, received the Horus lock as an indication of the special duties that were bound up with that status."

"In iconography, royal children were depicted naked and sucking on their finger, with their heads shaved entirely bald except for the sidelock. Amenhotep I, as well as Thutmoses III, reused the special form of the Middle Kingdom, which is connected with their revival of the imagery of the Middle Kingdom more generally. Again in the Late Period, the Middle Kingdom depiction of the sidelock was revived."

"With the beginning of the New Kingdom, the lock of youth achieved central significance as a special symbol of the princes and princesses of the 18th Dynasty. Particularly notable is the connection of the lock of youth with princesses, who as children of the reigning king were also seen as probable heirs and therefore were also depicted with the Horus lock."

Then based from the description of the God of fire having this style of the Egyptian Sidelock. In the Rig Vedas, it is mentioned in book 7 chapter 46 verse 4 stating “slay us not, nor abandon us, Oh Rudra let not thy noose, when thy art angry, seize us….” R.V. book 1 chapter 114 verse 1 states “To the strong Rudra bring we these our praise to Him the Lord of heroes with the braided hair….” Verse 5 “Him with the braided hair we call with reverence down, the wild boar, the red dazzling shape….”

They state that it's based on the connection to Osiris, and that wouldn't be the case since this hairstyle is shown being worn by the God of fire, who would be known as the Egyptian fire God Set. Here is an excerpt from the Red Horn story: "The adventures of Red Horn are set out in a set of stories known as the "Red Horn Cycle". The Red Horn Cycle depicts his adventures with Turtle, the thunderbird Storms-as-He-Walks (Mą'e-manįga) and others who contest a race of giants, the Wąge-rucge or "Man-Eaters", who have been killing human beings whom Red Horn has pledged to help. In the episode associated with this name, Red Horn turns himself into an arrow to win a race. After winning the race Red Horn creates heads on his earlobes and makes his hair into a long red braid called a he, "horn", in Hocąk. Thus he becomes known as "Red-horn" (he-šucka) and as "He who Wears (Human) Faces on His Ears" (įco-horúšika)."

And it states that the Egyptian God Set, would be known as the other Hermes, Enoch, to the fiery bird Garuda linking to Michael in the Bible. The movie "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost ark", details Jones going to "Nepal" and then to "Egypt", to find the Ark of the covenant. You should notice that Jones never went to Israel, which is why that movie was detailing certain clues in the Movie.

The "Ark" as Godfrey Higgin's had stated, had originally came from the Egyptians, to which should tell the reader what's really going on. In the movie, when the power of the ark comes forth, it displays the power of "fire" emanating from the "House of Enoch" (Phoenix). Then amongst the Japanese, they would carry the Mikoshi as it's supposed to house the Kami (God), in which the power would emanate from.

Here in Wiki states: "At some festivals, the people who bear the mikoshi wave it wildly from side to side to "amuse" the deity (kami) inside". Thus, the term "Phoenix" goes to the "House of Enoch", who is the Egyptian God Set, the fire God Fudo Myo-o to Acala and AGNI. This is why the God of fire in the Bible states "I am Consuming fire and a Jealous God" in Deuteronomy 4:24. 

If the people called "Hyksos" were expelled and were worshipers of "Set" the Fire God, then that should also reveal that this is the God that brought the Aryans out of Egypt, and into the lands of India and China. It seems it isn't a coincidence as the "400" year mark of the people being in Egypt was coming to an end, only then God of fire was ready to take the Aryans out of Egypt.