Oh RA You God of Life, you Lord of Love, All men live when you shine. You are the crowned King of the Gods. The Goddess Aset embraces you, and enfolds you in all seasons. Those who follow you sing to you with joy, and they bow down their foreheads to the earth In gratitude … Continue reading Prayer to Ra
Over five thousand years ago Ancient Egyptians celebrated the re-birth of the sun at this time of year. The midwinter festival celebrated the birth of Horus, son of Aset. The feast days were for 12 days, to reflect the 12 divisions in their zodiac sun calendar. Ancient Egyptians decorated with greenery and especially with 12 … Continue reading Solstice, the Re-Birth of Horus
Intense, destructive fires are all around us here in California. When meditating upon these flames, I found a protection prayer - call it spell ...
In the Temple of Dendera (circa 1500 BC), is found the Hymn of the Seven Hathors. Today, according to the Ancient Egyptian Calendar, is a day of celebration; therefore, wishing to carry on the beauty and celebratory spirit of Hathor, I present this to you. Hymn of the Seven Hathors We play the tambourine for … Continue reading Hymn of the Seven Hathors
Visualize the goddess Hathor standing before you holding Her mirror, reflective side out. Go outside imagine Her in a sacred natural space. She is protecting your space with Her sacred mirror.
Not far to the south of Giza is the huge necropolis of Saqqara, which lies within an ancient city called Inbu-Hedj (the White Fortress). Saqqara does not have Egypt's largest pyramids, however it has some of the most ancient tombs and pyramids including the Step Pyramid of Djoser which is often considered the first true … Continue reading Saqqara – The Pyramid Texts