Mundane spirits

When you look at a quasar or a galaxy, you are seeing an inverted octahedron with light streaming out the centre. What is across the void? The duat, or dual world. While most of us only resonate here when we go through transition, if you enter a...

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Hathor

Hathor was a goddess often celebrated in joyful music and dance. Once described as The Mother of Mothers she embodied fertility: her bovine face was symbolic of a womb, with her ears depicted where the fallopian tubes enter the uterus. A...

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Terra, the torus

Here is another image of a torus. You live on one—Earth! Torus comes from the latin meaning cushion. A planet forms by following the energy lines of this shape. It is the manifested female to the spinning male inverted octahedron, which...

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Cairns

A cairn is a pile of stones. The word cairn comes from the Scottish Gaelic càrn. Cairns are found all over the world from mountaintops and waterways to deserts and tundra areas. They vary in size from stone markers to artificial hills...

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The fifth element

The Great Pyramid is a gigantic lodestone. A lodestone is a magnetised piece of magnetite (Fe3O4). These are naturally occurring minerals that attract iron just like a magnet. In fact, this property of magnetism was first discovered by...

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The beast below

Anubis balances knowledge with faith. For Anubis is the beast below, the subwoofer who stalks the frequencies beneath our audible range. Anubis creates feelings of awe and terror that must be mastered before we can pass into deeper realms of...

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Puretone

To KNOW the universe, you must first BE the universe. If this phrase seems ambitious, it merely hints at the awesome wisdom of the ancient Egyptians. They planned and built on a scale never seen before and this was due to their profound...

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Thoth

Thoth is a master magician. Thoth is the phoenetic rendition of the sound that an ibis makes—a short, sharp, tympanic rumble that resembled the ancient Egyptian word for God. Usually described as a silent bird, the ibis makes the sound...

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Are you Sirius?

The image below features Thoth—the god of divine communication: The Eye of Horus he kneels on represents the direct connection between the left eye and the pineal gland. This is the small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. The shape...

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Seshat

Seshat was known as the "mistress of measure". Initially, she gifted time to humanity which was governed by the menstrual cycle. Here we are reminded that a woman's period makes its presence felt every 28 days just like the lunar month. So...

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