Alchemy

In Arabic, the land of Egypt is referred to as Al Khem. The name provides the root of our modern word "alchemy," and offers a fresh insight not just into the ancient land of Khemet, but also the purpose of its most important temples. Above: a...

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Nephthys

Nephthys was known as The Lady of the Temple: Unlike the virile Isis, Nephthys was a barren goddess who symbolised the transitional death experience. Even in the Pyramid Texts she was an enigmatic presence. Yet despite her ominous nature, she...

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Music of the spheres

You may have noticed the recurrence of the number 23 throughout our galaxy, and in particular its relationship with Earth and Sirius. 23 is really the manifestation of a wave signature and it has its origins in sound: 23 cycles per second produces...

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Creation & evolution

Love is the energy field that is the universe. It infuses every star, planet and being across all dimensions. This field is sometimes called God, but it actually has no name. You can feel the joy of this divinity within your own heart...

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The Star of Ma’at

In order for life to thrive in the cosmos it must be harmonic with certain universal ratios. These laws have always existed, because while they GOVERN timespace they are NOT A PART OF IT. Life is abundant on Earth because we are aligned with the...

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Harmonic ratios

Can you see M, C and T below? In human terms, the answers lie in the ratio of your forearm to half your height (CT:MC above). While this relationship may seem strange, on a planetary scale it's the radius of the Moon (CT) relative to the...

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Axis to God

We’re looked at the design of the pyramids as a way to enter the singularity and align with divinity. The question now becomes: why? To know, to grow, to explore and to share. When you lie down at point M in a pyramid you enjoy an ecstatic...

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Return of the capstone

Leonardo da Vinci's human canon was inspired by his greatest mentor, the Roman engineer Marcus Vitruvius who lived in the first centruy BC. Vitruvius was inspired by the Greeks who in turn received their knowledge from Egypt. This is Vitruvius'...

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The King Herself

The true concept of queenship is vastly different from the one we hold today. While many modern rulers ensure their bloodline maintains the throne, the expression "divine right of kings" is really a misnomer. It is actually the divine right of...

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The birth of Egypt

Solar eclipses are significant conjunctions. When the lunar disc "occults" the solar disc during an eclipse it happens when the Sun, the Moon and the Earth have the same elliptical longitude. When this new moon eclipses the vernal equinox...

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