The Eye of the I

The Great Pyramid is an eye. Pyramids have no internal moving parts yet use external moving bodies for their power. They are at once simpler and more complex than the human mind can deal with: they were designed by a consciousness that was...

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The beast below

Anubis can have a disturbing effect on our emotional states. 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...

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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 introduced writing to humanity. He appears above (with the head of an ibis) and holds the Was Sceptre. Thoth is credited as being the author of every work in all branches of knowledge-human and divine. As a scribe he was overtly...

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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 introduced language to humanity. She is known as the Mother of Ascension. As the keeper of the etheric library known today as the Akashic Records she knows all and records all using sound. Seshat was a Nubian name derived...

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Entheogens

Some drugs are toxic. It's no accident that the etymological origin of the word toxic stems directly from the Greek toxicon that refers to the  "bow" used in poison arrows. The difference between a poison, a medicine and a narcotic is only...

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Stargates

A cave is a womb in the Earth. Since antiquity caves like Melissani (above) have been viewed as sacred places of retreat and renewal often associated with music. While a cave can be any enclosed space within Mother Earth, it actually implies...

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The winged heart

Thousands of years ago this was the symbol for divine love: Today we draw a winged heart: The origins of this pattern are lost to time, however it remains one of the most popular designs in history. Even today it inspires corporate...

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