Are you Sirius?

The image below features Thoth—the god of divine communication: The eye he kneels on represents the human pineal gland. This is the small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. The shape of the gland resembles a pine cone, hence its...

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Seshat

Seshat is known as the Mother of Ascension. She is the keeper of the etheric library known today as the Akashic Records. As the writer of this Great Book of Souls she knows all and records all. Seshat was a Nubian name derived...

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Entheogens

Some fungi 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 disc

The winged disc is symbolic of divinity, royalty and power. It represents the inward journey towards the divine, the purification of our natures and a final union with the One. The origins of this symbol are lost to time, however it...

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A baby’s heartbeat

Below is a girl meditating within an ancient sea temple: What was this ruined temple designed to do? Actually it was built as a womb to amplify Earth’s heartbeat which is most easily heard from the sea. You’ll notice the twin granite...

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Set

Here is Set holding the Was Sceptre: The Was is an ancient staff that symbolises "power" or "dominion". It appears everywhere in Egyptian art: from relics and statues through to reliefs and hieroglyphics. It features a dog's head with a...

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Sceptre and scroll

Thoth is often seen writing upon a scroll: But what does it mean? What does a god want with a roll of papyrus? Does it mean that Thoth is merely a scribe? Well, perhaps we could say that he's a type of scribe. The scroll is really a...

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