The Akhenaten Religion: The Basis of Today’s Major Religions. Akhenaten was known as Amenhotep IV (Amenophis IV) when he came to the throne of Egypt. Compared to the other pharaohs, we know very little about him because his successors deliberately erased his name from history. Although it was a serious crime in Ancient Egypt, his name was even erased from his tomb.
To be universal, we need to go beyond our current wisdom. This is the only way we can reach divine wisdom and understanding. (This is the second part of the Religion of the Universe series.)
The basic universal rule is unique and very simple: Do not treat others like you would not want to be treated yourself, and treat others like you would want to be treated yourself.
For many years in 20th century Europe, those closely involved in spiritual issues witnessed the sophisticated spiritual activities of a very extraordinary man, Rudolf Steiner.
Before starting, should we first ask if God exists? Did man create God, or did God create man? Which one is more real: the God of monotheistic religions, or the many Gods of the polytheistic pantheons? Or did everything emerge by itself?
I was in Bali last month, and for the first time in my life, I prayed in a Hindu Temple.
Throughout its history, Anatolia has been the cradle of different civilizations, cultures, and religions. There were times when Pagans, Shamanists, Zoroastrians, Jews, Christians, and Muslims coexisted peacefully in this land.
In the following dialogue, you will read a conversation between The Wise Editor Hasan “Sonsuz” Celiktas and Cem discuss all these questions.
We interviewed Ahmet Turgut Yazman for The Wise about his long-awaited documentary Gobeklitepe The World's First Temple.