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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Mafdet

The cheetah was a sacred cat to the Egyptians. Cheetahs were known by our ancestors as "flying cats" because at a sprint they appeared to be soaring over the ground. Airborne over half the time, they could accelerate to 75 km/hr almost...

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Riddle of the Sphinx

The Sphinx symbolises eternal life. Although this famous monument has suffered over the centuries the archetype itself is perennial—representing the cycle of death and rebirth. When we understand this, we will come to love her as the most...

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The Ouroboros

The Ouroboros is an ancient Egyptian symbol of a serpent eating its tail: There are two factors at work above: corruption and rejuvenation. These two apparently opposite forces result in the eternal swirl of the Ouroboros. So within the...

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The Merkaba

This cube has sides of one unit: The easiest way to derive a tetrahedron from this shape is to draw two diagonal lines of √2 across opposite faces at 90° to one another. By joining the tips the resulting tetrahedron has four sides of...

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Tools of ascension

What is the definition of an enlightened person? One might say that they see all and know all. By virtue of this fact, they are fit to rule. By fit, we mean that their will is perfectly aligned with the creator. They are therefore able to lead and...

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Maat & Anubis

After our sun, Sirius is the BRIGHTEST star in our sky even though it is twice as far away as our NEAREST star, Alpha Centauri. When we start discussing multiple stars and planets, the best way of remaining specific is to draw pictures and give...

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The sacred circle

The circle has always been associated with God. This is because its dimensions are always changing. Like God, Pi never repeats and is always alive. As the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter its ratio begins with 3.1415 ... and...

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The divine feminine

Mahatma Gandhi once said: God has no religion. Sadly, if your beliefs are based on a male God, male prophets or male priests then you as a worshipper are lost. This is bad news for most Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists. You are...

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