In religio-mythology, sun god (TR:111) (LH:20) (TL:131) refers to a gravitationally-contracted ball hydrogen and helium atoms, thermonuclear reacting, releasing heat, in the form of photons, as a supernatural power; the sun conceptualized as a god.
The following shows the seven main sun gods of Egypt:
Namely: Horus, with "sun disc" on his head, the oldest of all the gods, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (1,300BC), Ra, Khepri, Atum, Ptah, Amen, and Aten. These various forms of the sun god came into realized symbolic power during the five main "recensions" (see: recension theory) of the state religion of Egypt, as shown below, as the religious power centers shifted over the centuries:
- 0. Pre-Dynastic creation myth | 3500BC | Supreme god: Horus
- 1. Heliopolis creation myth | 3100BC | Supreme god: Ra or
- 2. Memphis creation myth | 2800BC | Supreme god: Ptah
- 3. Hermopolis creation myth | 2400 BC | Supreme god: Ogdoad
- 4. Thebian creation myth | 2050 BC | Supreme god: Amen
- 5. Amarnan creation myth | 1300BC | Supreme god: Aten (theorist: Akhenaten)
- 6. Saite recension | 670BC | Book of Dead (canonized)
- 7. Biblical creation myth | 500BC | Supreme god: El-Yahweh-Amen
- 8. Muslim creation myth | 700AD | Supreme god: Allah
The "sun god", after the Judaic recension (300BC) and Roman recension (300AD), became Abraham and Jesus, aka Ra and Horus, rescripted as people.
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- Recension theory – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Heliopolis creation myth – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Memphis creation myth – Hmolpedia 20202.
- Hermopolis creation myth – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Sun god – Hmolpedia 2020.