The Time Walker team is now in ancient Egypt. They don't knowing they have been followed by the most fearsome hunter of the dark Nephilim, no lnger faithful to his old Masters. He wants to find Dana for his own purposes. Will the Time Walkers find the path that leads to the Watchers, the forefathers of the Nephilim race? Will they find Merit who has accidentally fallen 3300 years back in time? Merit's daughter Shuet stays in the shadows of the court of Amenhotep III and Tiye, growing into her powers. Can she escape an enemy who patiently weaves his web around her?
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What we know of Akhenaten has changed a lot during our times. At first he was considered to be almost a Christian king with his monotheist religion, but the picture is not so black and white. He was the one who worshiped the Atenon behalf of his people, together with his family. And people were supposed to worship them, not the Aten directly.
Moon Daughter: Nephilim Quest Book Two
The ordinary people don't care much which god is the state god, and they cannot get into the temples anyway. So in that respect they have no interest in what happens there, as they have always been left out of the goings-on in temples. But the nobles and the priests in the temples right now, suffering from the religious frenzy of the Aten-worshipping king, are sure to revolt at some point. The king is ruining the well-established economy of this country. He is not interested in waging war or defending the borders of this land. There are rumours that the foreign kings his father established diplomatic relations with are being attacked by armies from distant lands. They are sending pleas to the king, asking for help to secure this land too. But the king doesn't care. All he cares about is the Aten, bringing back the First Time of creation, and being the sole intermediary between the god and the people. And he lives surrounded by people whose wealth and status depend on him, so they won't say a word against his rule. What do they care about armies from distant lands? The threat does not feel real to them. They don't believe in it. The king's father ruled well, and so people only remember a time of peace and are not wise enough to fear war.