Hymns to Amun

~ HYMN TO THE GOD AMON-RA ~  from the Boulaq Papyrus (XVIII Dynasty, 1552-1295 BCE) “Praise to Amon-Ra The Bull of On-Heliopolis, Prince of all the Gods, The Good and Perfect God, the Beloved One,

Hathor ~ Mansion of Heru

Hwt-hr is the Kemetic version of Hathor, meaning ‘Mansion of Heru.’ Indeed, as Heru’s divine consort, Hathor is regarded as the sky in which he – as the sun god and “Djedi Sky Walker”/ Dancer – dwells. Hathor is… Read More

Mut ~ Djed-I Queen

“Who is she that looketh forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the sun, and terrible as an army with banners?” [Song of Songs 6:10 KJV]  MUT [Mwt/Maut/Golden Dawn]  – meaning “mother,” is the name of the African… Read More

Pyramid Wisdom & Story

“Pyramids are universal symbols of the human Self.” This statement caught my attention in the book entitled King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore (Jungian psychologist) and mythologist Douglas Gillette [NY: Harper… Read More

Purple Reign ~ Royal African Symbols

A color with mystical and noble qualities, purple/violet is associated with royalty, spirituality, creativity, and magic. Representing the upper end of the visible color spectrum of Light, purple/violet is both a completion (spiritual mastery) as well as a… Read More

Proverbs from the Luxor Temple of Amun~Mut~Montu/Khonsu

“KNOW THY SELF” is one of the cardinal concepts in ancient African sacred wisdom which underlie many of the Proverbs that are inscribed into the walls of the Temple of Luxor in Egypt. There are six great temples… Read More

Amun~Mut~Montu/Khonsu: The Triad of Waset

Waset – meaning “City of the Scepter” or alternatively “City of the Set” – was the Kemetic/ancient Egyptian name of Thebes, the Greek designation for the fourth Upper Egyptian nome along Africa’s Nile River. In the religion of Kemet (meaning land of… Read More