The Eagle is the symbol of the so-called "Tribe of Manasseh," named after a son of Joseph, the pharaoh's dream-analyst, and man with the "coat of many colors" (zodiac). In reality Joseph was Yuya, the wealthiest man in the world during the time of the Pharaoh Tuthmosis IV. Yuya held the highest office, and was probably connected to the Hyksos Kings of Egypt. He was one of 12 "Brothers," that is a cryptic reference to his priestly (masonic) rank. He was second in command after the pharaoh of his time. In Egyptian and Hindi the word Akha (Akhe-naton) means "Eye." The hierogram for the word Akhem or Akha was an eagle. The eye and the eagle are therefore closely related and have long been symbols for royalty, especially Egyptian royalty. The name Akhenaton means the Eye of Aton. Manasseh is, therefore, a cover term and idea for the Atonists, and their conquest of America.
In verse 22 of the same chapter is a most occult secret:
"The light of the body is the eye; if therefore thine eye be single, they whole body shall be full of light."
The eye single, the third eye painted on the foreheads of oriental gods, the inner eye, the symbolic eye of Horus, see inwardly; whereas the physical eyes behold only the outer parts. It is with the eye single, the eye of the gods, that man can behold the sanctum sanctorum, the little room in the heart, where between the wings of the cherub hovers the shekinah's glory.