Invoking the Egyptian Gods

Delve into the powerful undercurrents of Egyptian magick and be forever changed. This book presents authentic rituals to invoke the gods. Step into their hidden realm, where true gnosis and healing are found.

Invoking the Egyptian Gods

Delve into the powerful undercurrents of Egyptian magick and be forever changed. This book presents authentic rituals to invoke the gods. Step into their hidden realm, where true gnosis and healing are found. A deeply spiritual experience unfolds as you begin to invoke the deities of ancient Egypt. Discover your true magickal name, create a doorway into other dimensions, receive messages from the Neteru, and become one with the gods once again. —Call upon Isis for boundless love —Invoke the warrior goddess Sekhmet for protection —Summon Nut to unleash your creativity —Reconnect with Hathor, Osiris, and many other gods and goddesses Combining elegant rites with an evocative description of each deity’s myths, this book invites you to begin a soul-level transformation and awaken to your own strength, power, and divinity.

Invoke the Goddess

To help you get the most from these powerful visualizations, this book contains a thorough guide to cleansing your chakras, preparing ritual colored baths of solarized water, and the basics of a healthful and magickal diet and exercise plan ...

Invoke the Goddess

Discover the power of Hindu, Greek and Egyptian goddesses to bring you love, peace, healing, and personal power, in Invoke the Goddess by Kala Trobe The Goddess has already given you the innate capacity to heal yourself. She can be your ally on your personal healing journey as you manifest those abilities. Invoke the Goddess explores the symbolism of 15 Hindu, Egyptian, and Greek manifestations of the Divine, and offers you guided visualizations that will show you how to avail yourself of Her power: Looking for love? Aphrodite will assist you Need a magickal boost? Isis will show you the way Want to make amends with others or yourself? Nephthys will help Lacking in Inspiration? Sarasvati will set your creativity flying The key to working with these deities is the use of specialized, in-depth visualizations described in Invoke the Goddess. To help you get the most from these powerful visualizations, this book contains a thorough guide to cleansing your chakras, preparing ritual colored baths of solarized water, and the basics of a healthful and magickal diet and exercise plan. From India, you will learn to work closely with Sarasvati, Durga, Kali, Laksmi, and Radha. Goddesses you will work with from the Egyptian pantheon are Isis, Nephthys, Hathor, Maat, and Sekhmet. The Greek goddesses you will invoke include Artemis, Persephone, Hecate, Aphrodite, and Iris. The visualizations will help you attune with one or more of these deities closer than ever before. No matter what reason you have for needing the inspiration of the Goddess, you can find the one who offers you exactly the aspect of the Divine you need, when you get Invoke the Goddess.

Invoke the Gods

Invoke the Gods presents the history, lore, and instruction you need to incorporate their archetypal powers into your life.

Invoke the Gods

Explore the power of male archetypes by calling upon the energies of specific godforms. This guidebook and companion volume to Invoke the Goddess shows you how to activate a positive and powerful connection to fifteen gods from three different pantheons—Hindu, Greek, and Egyptian—with ritualized meditations and visualizations. ·To increase initiative-elicit the dynamic energy of Hermes ·For greater power-invoke the might of Zeus ·For career success-seek the business savvy of Ganesh ·For magickal prowess-call upon the prophetic wisdom of Thoth The gods live in our very midst, inside as well as outside of our own psyches. Invoke the Gods presents the history, lore, and instruction you need to incorporate their archetypal powers into your life.

The Egyptian Book of the Dead

Gods and Mortals in Egypt The mere idea that an Egyptian hoped to become one
of the gods in the next world sounds ... his letters with a salutation invoking the
most important local gods : ' I am calling upon Arsaphes , lord of Herakleopolis ...

The Egyptian Book of the Dead

Reissue of the legendary 3,500-year-old Papyrus of Ani, the most beautiful of the ornately illustrated Egyptian funerary scrolls ever discovered, restored in its original sequences of text and artwork.

Magick of the Gods and Goddesses

By exploring these alternative spiritual paths, including ceremonial magick, shamanism, witchcraft, and the Qabala, MAGICK OF THE GODS AND GODDESSES explains how to develop personal rituals and worship practices based on a firm ...

Magick of the Gods and Goddesses

The ancient world contained a rich spiritual legacy, from the cultures of the Incas, Aztecs, Celts, Norse, and others come dynamic ways of making a magickal connection with elementals, angels, and archetypal deities. In this comprehensive tome, best-selling author and magick authority D. J. Conway explores the mythology and magickal practices of more than 20 different cultures around the world. By exploring these alternative spiritual paths, including ceremonial magick, shamanism, witchcraft, and the Qabala, MAGICK OF THE GODS AND GODDESSES explains how to develop personal rituals and worship practices based on a firm understanding of the underlying principles that make magick work. Beginning students and advanced practitioners alike will find this a powerful reference for making the acquaintance of the old Gods and Goddesses and calling on their power effectively. * Details over 20 ancient civilizations, including the Greeks, Egyptians, Mayans, and Norse peoples, and their Gods. * Wicca is the fastest growing spirituality in America.

Invoking the Scribes of Ancient Egypt

Joyce Brady began following threads to Egypt in 1966 when she helped her
oldest son build an Egyptian burial site out of sugar cubes, using her fertile
imagination and ... Her principal contact and guide is Thoth, the Egyptian God of
Wisdom.

Invoking the Scribes of Ancient Egypt

Tools to powerfully write about and manifest your life using the power found in the sacred sites of ancient Egypt • Reveals how to create meaning from one’s life experiences and manifest new destinies through spiritual writing • Contains meditations and creative writing exercises exploring sacred themes in the Egyptian Book of the Dead and other hieroglyphic texts of ancient Egypt • Shares transformative and inspiring pieces written by those who’ve attended the authors’ Egyptian sacred tours Within each of us is a story, a sacred story that needs to be told, of our heroic efforts and of our losses. The scribes of ancient Egypt devoted their lives to the writing of sacred stories. These technicians of the sacred were masters of hieroglyphic thinking, or heka--the proper words, in the proper sequence, with the proper intonation and the proper intent. Learning heka provided scribes with the power to invoke and create worlds through their words and thoughts. To the writer, heka is a magical way to create meaning from experience. Through heka we manifest new visions and new relationships to ourselves and to others. We can make new art filled with beauty and light. Revealing the spiritually transformative power of writing, the authors take us on a journey of self-discovery through the sacred sites of Egypt, from the Temple of Isis to the Great Pyramid of Giza. Through meditations and creative writing exercises exploring the powerful themes found in the hieroglyphic texts of ancient Egypt and the Egyptian Book of the Dead, they show how, through writing, we can live beyond the ordinary, give our dreams form, and discover who we really are and what our lives really mean. Sharing transformative and inspiring pieces written by those who’ve attended their Egyptian sacred tours, the authors reveal how writing your spiritual biography allows you to reconnect to the creativity and divine within, face your fears, offer gratitude for what you have, manifest new destinies, and recognize your life as part of the sacred story of Earth.

Peacock King

He is the Egyptian snake god Nehebkau, invoked for protection from snakes and
cures for snakebites. He is the Aztec Mictlantecuhtli, who's name translates as the
lord of Mictlan, which is to say, lord of the underworld. He is Chicunauhmictlan ...

Peacock King


Assyria

They relate that in the time of an Egyptian king named Sethos, Sennacherib
made an expedition against ' Egypt, and came as far as Pelusiuni. Sethos went
out against him with an inferior army, having invoked the aid of the Egyptian gods
, and ...

Assyria

In this 1875 work, Smith traces the history of the Assyrian empire until the fall of Nineveh in 612 BCE.

God for All

To ally with Egypt was to make “a covenant with death” (Isa 28:15, 18), because
the treaty invoked Osiris, the Egyptian god of the underworld, a stark contrast with
YHWH the living God. The prophet's advice to Hezekiah was the same as to ...

God for All

God our Savior desires everyone to be saved (1Tim 2:4). Does God get what God wants? Yes, but-- depending on how we read the Bible. The Bible is universal: One God, Sovereign Creator of everything, especially humanity in God's image, God's partner to manage creation. Science and evolution say humanity evolved, gradually acquiring superior capabilities. We have yet to transcend animal nature and acknowledge oneness of creation under God. Humans exploited our semi-divine status, becoming alienated. God chose Israelites/Jews for blessing and reconciling humanity. They exploited chosenness, so God sent the Jew Jesus to reveal God's gracious concern for all people. Roman political and Jewish religious power killed Jesus, but he appeared resurrected to his disciples, who proclaimed him Savior. God gave another Jew, Paul, a vision of Jesus resurrected and appointed him to proclaim God's reconciliation to Gentiles. Paul taught that through the faithfulness of Jesus, Gentiles too become God's people and share Israel's blessings without becoming Jews. All who experience reconciliation share Jesus's partnership with God. We toil and struggle, because we have our hope set on the living God, who is the Savior of all people, especially of those who believe (1 Tim 4:10).

Iamblichus on the Mysteries of the Egyptians Chaldeans and Assyrians

were allotted the participation of the Gods , the Gods when invoked rejoice in the
Egyptian rites . Again , however , if all these were the fraudulent devices of
enchanters , how is it . possible that things which are in the most eminent degree
 ...

Iamblichus on the Mysteries of the Egyptians  Chaldeans  and Assyrians