Mystery School Roots


Mystery School Roots The tradition of mystery schools began with a Khemitian (Egyptian) king titled Men-Kheper-Ra—Djehuti-Mesu known in Egyptology as Thutmose “III”—who ruled in the 18th dynasty during the “new kingdom” (around 1,500 BCE). His title Men-Kheper-Ra has many translations but could mean “fertility of the dawn and noon.” His other title Djehuti-Mesu means the…

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The Seshu-Hor

The Seshu-Hor We are told by academic scholars that Khemitian (Egyptian) civilization began around 3,000 BCE and before that there were primitive neolithic settlements that suddenly developed within a few hundred years into a great culture. This “dynastic” civilization was already at some sort of height during the “old kingdom”(2,700-2,200 BCE). In fact, nothing produced…

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From Egypt to Peru


The hieroglyphics pictured to the right are from the Tomb of Kagemni in Sakkara — from the (Old Kingdom) 5th dynasty dated at around 2,300 BCE. According to Stephen S. Mehler, Pre-Historian and Archaeologist — the priest’s inscriptions could say that the direction from “Tawy” (Egypt) to “Peru” is across four waters. The Khemitian (Egyptian) word “Tawy” properly…

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The Dawn of Kheper

Kheper depiction at Karnak, Egypt. Original Photography by Anyextee

The Dawn of Kheper The Khemitian (Egyptian) indigenous oral tradition, brought forward by Abd’el Hakim Awyan, Indigenous Wisdom Keeper and Archaeologist, teaches that the ancient Khemitians (Egyptians) of pre-history established the original teachings that the sun goes through five daily stages. The stages of the sun coincide with human development, levels of consciousness, degrees of evolution and cycles of…

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