VEDIC AND EGYPTIAN DEITIES

HINDUISM AND SANATAN DHARMA

VEDIC AND EGYPTIAN DEITIES

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VEDIC AND EGYPTIAN DEITIES

Amun-Ra was the Egyptian Sun-God. His name appears strikingly like the ancient Vedic Term for Indra, as ‘Idamdra’, from which Indra is said to have been derived, so the Upanishads state. Indra is also a form of the Sun-God, and has Shyena (falcon) forms, like Horus.

Indra like Ra, also had the characteristic of being likened to a King or Ruler, and most of all, Indra is the serpent-slayer, just as Amun Ra, was said to ‘daily kill the serpent’.

Indra is also associated with the God-King Ram of ancient India in of Rig Veda (X.86), from which Amun-Ra may have also come as Aum-Ram. Yet, as Idam-dra, it could also relate to Aton or Aten-Ra, which may also be related to Adi-tya (Primal Being), a common name for the Sun-God in Rig Vedic India.

The Eye of Ra, is also closely…

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Author: Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism

My job is to remind people of their roots. There is no black,white any religion in spiritual science. It is ohm tat sat.

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