Does Our Understanding of Egyptology Need a Paradigm Shift?

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Does Our Understanding of Egyptology Need a Paradigm Shift Sacred texts have revealed the path of the initiate to be one that is not easily followed, but can be rewarding beyond measure. The greatest figures in history have achieved enlightenment through the self imposed path toward higher consciousness. What can we gleam from the riddles…

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John Anthony West to Appear on Ancient Egypt Mystery Schools

John Anthony West

Author (Serpent In The Sky, The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt ), lecturer and guide, John Anthony West delivered a seismic shock to archaeology in the early 1990s when he and Boston University geologist Dr. Robert Schoch revealed that the Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt, showed evidence of rainfall erosion. Such erosion could only mean that the Sphinx was carved during…

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R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and the Intelligence of the Heart

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R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and the Intelligence of the Heart René Schwaller de Lubicz (1887–1961) is known to English readers primarily for his work in uncovering the spiritual and cosmological insights of ancient Egypt. In books like Esotericism and Symbol, The Temple in Man, Symbol and the Symbolic, The Egyptian Miracle, and the monumentalThe Temple…

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Magi Chairs

King Tut VS Lord Pakal

Magi Chairs King Tut VS Lord Pakal Nearly every initiate should by now have heard of the Ancient Astronaut Pakal. His tomb lid is infamous as the number one example of the mysterious powers attributed to ancient times. Did you know we must look no further than Egypt and King Tut’s chair to find a Magi connection?…

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From Egypt to Peru

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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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Symbolism of the Shi (Foo Dog) and the Mystery of the Forbidden City

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Symbolism of the Shi (Foo Dog) and the Mystery of the Forbidden City These guardian lion dogs are usually depicted in pairs. When used as statuary the pair would consist of a male leaning his paw upon an embroidered ball (in imperial contexts, representing supremacy over the world) and a female restraining a playful cub…

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