If you have been taught that masculine and feminine equate to male and female then you miss the wisdom our ancestors were imparting to you. Knowledge is good, interpretation is ok,but when you gain wisdom your life changes in a big way.… Read more
Ask yourself, why is the symbol for Christianity a fish? Why does the papal Mitre look like the open mouth of a fish? Why is one of the nicknames of Jesus the fisher of men?
Heru is the personified principle of perpetual renewal in ancient Khemet.… Read more
Did you know that your soul perceives through you every day? How do you recognize when this happens? The way you experience the divine feminine is unique to everyone.
One of the causalities of western reliance on a rational thought process is the belief that the rational mind is the BEST way to perceive the world and act on it.… Read more
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
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Open, in the “light” is masculine. Hidden, in the “dark” is feminine.The Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine Principle or the gender principle is an often talked about but woefully misunderstood esoteric concepts.… Read more