Ancient Egyptians and natural symbols expressing abstract ideas: The Neter Anpu (Anubis)

Ancient Egyptians used symbols from nature to express abstract concepts. The ancient Egyptian Neter Anubis (Greek) or Anpu (Egyptian) is known as the guardian of the dead. Anpu is as a neter goes back into pre-historic times. In ancient inner Africa this neter was first represented by the jackal before the domestication of the dog.… Read more

How to apply Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine principle

 

Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine
Open, in the “light” is masculine. Hidden, in the “dark” is feminine.

The Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine or the gender principle is an often talked about but woefully misunderstood esoteric concepts.… Read more

Christian history that originated as Egyptian myth

The Egyptian neter Ausar (Greek Osiris) was one of the most widely known. Christianity owes its foundation to this neter. Tracing the history of the origins of Christianity will give much light to the true meaning of many dogmatic doctrines that separate humanity.… Read more

Khemetic Spirituality is the Basis of the Christian Religion

I was raised as a Christian. It is the foundation of my entry into spirituality. I am no longer Christian and at a point in my past I considered myself atheist. I now consider myself a member of the spiritual but not religious (S.B.N.R.) group.… Read more