Let us bless the power of the reborn sun. With all the universe let us celebrate its return. Crowned with splendor, it rises, it soars. The waking of the earth is a hymn of love. Seven rushing steeds that the God scarcely holds back Ignite the horizon with their scorching breath. Oh, vivid sun, you appear!
The Pyramid Texts – Hymn to Ra, the Sun God. Hail to thee, Tem! Hail to thee, Kheprer, who created himself. Thou art the High, in this thy name of “Height.”. Thou camest into being in this thy name of “Kheprer.”. Hail to thee, Eye of Horus, which he furnisheth with his hands. completely.
· “Akhenaten’s Hymn to the Sun” is not only an important poetic piece but a glimpse at history and time of ancient civilizations. It shows how people viewed their life and God, paying their respects and making it a representation of all that exists. The cult of the Sun was a contrast to the darkness that existed among the Ancients.
· Akhenaten’s “Hymn to the Sun” | Kaja Wrote. “Once you rose into shining, they lived; when you sink to rest, they shall die. For it is you who are Time itself, the span of the world; life is by means of you.” (Akhenaten 46) This quote is describing the worship the Pharaoh Akhenaten and the Egyptian people gave to Aten their living sun ted Reading Time: 4 mins.
In Pharaoh Akhenaten's "Hymn to the Sun" one can see a great resemblance to the Bible. Akhenaten sees the sun as his one and only god and for a Christian they see God as their one and only god.
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