The Law of Gender: Masculine and Feminine Energy

Ausar & Auset

As taught in Hermetic wisdom, there are seven Universal Laws (Principals); Among them, the Law of Gender. If everything is energy, frequency and vibration, then the masculine and feminine aspects include man and woman. Yet, we are not exclusive; just more highly evolved. Regardless of our gender, we all carry masculine and feminine energy. There is a certain balance that differentiates us, and distinguishes us male from female. It is the Yin and Yang, the black and white, right and left. We compliment one another, challenge one another, and reflect one another. 

From the Oneness of the Absolute, or Universal God, we become separate, the “in.divi.dual”. The Law of Duality, or the Law of Polarity, as it is also known, is the mirrored image of the other; the North and South poles. As individual expressions of The One, we are an array of peoples. The ancients established a pantheon of gods and goddesses to illustrate the nature of our variation, in the form of the Neteru of Ancient Kemet, for example. Over thousands of years they studied heaven and earth to learn of our connection to the cosmos. 

From the waters of Nun, the spark of creation generated light out of darkness. The One became two with the quickening of vibration, which separated heaven and earth. Mother Earth is the reflection of Father Spirit (Air/Ether). The Son is the Power (Fire) and the Daughter is Potentiality (Water). This is The Royal Universal Family, as taught by SiStar MyRah Moss, Master Teacher. She explains:

   *   “Anywhere where you can balance opposites is where you complete the spiritual spiral, and open a Vortex, gaining access to the energies of the Universe.” 

According to SiStar MyRah Moss, this is the “Formula of Creation”. It is the X and Y chromosome, the Yin and Yang, as well as the macrocosm and the microcosm. A mirror of the heavens from earth’s perspective, as laid out at the Giza Plateau. It reflects the constellation of Ausar (Osiris, Orion). Sky God Ptah, represents creation from himself to form the first 11 Gods and Goddesses. His counterpart is Sekhmet, goddess of destruction who also embodies positive and creative attributes similar to Ptah. 

Khnum is considered the potter of man This neter represents the creator of the physical body out of clay. He is said to have fashioned man on the potter’s wheel. His counterpart is Heqet, the goddess of childbirth. The anthropologic nature of the neteru does not indicate the worship of multiple gods. As Professor Kaba Hiawatha Kamene explains in “Spirituality Before Religions” It is the anthropomorphic expression of the complexity of man. The primal, intellectual and spiritual nature of man is comparable to his mind, body and spirit. Within this constitution is the duality of gender (Kamene, 2019). For every god, there is a goddess, and each possessed different manifestations of the self, and their counterpart, the opposite. 

The individuation of “the self” was even expressed as different gods or goddesses. As an expansion of the 11 original pantheon, there are now more than 1,000 last count. I’ve seen and even larger number, but have yet to confirm with additional sources. As in the evolution of man in society, and culture, his involution allows him to rise up out of his animal nature. Heru em Aket (The Sphinx) symbolizes that very idea. The balance of the essence and the ego is only possible when we have come to know the self. 

Scholars like Associate Professor, Robert Schoch PhD, confirms the age of Heru em Aket (The Sphinx) as older than originally thought. He makes this contribution to books such as “Origins of The Sphinx: Celestial Guardian of Pre-Pharaonic Civilization” (Bauval & Schoch, 2017). Built in the age of Leo, it’s said to be at least 12,000 years old but if you calculate another 25,900, also known as The Great Year, Heru em Akhet is even older. The message has been replicated throughout other cultures. Rising out of the animal nature of the lower chakras allows us to vibrate on a higher frequency of enlightenment, consciousness and unconditional love. 

The constellation Leo is ruled by the power of the sun. It is the spiritual and archetypal nature of the lion, and dare I say, lioness. Fierce and courageous; it also has heart. Represented by the Royal star Regulus, “The heart of the lion”, it is the “Self”. Its opposite sign is Aquarius, the water bearer. S/He brings the cosmic waters of potentiality. This is the group consciousness, or humanity. 

However, this cosmic, amniotic fluid must be balanced. Like the ph balance of water, and systems of the body. Somewhere in that delicate balance is a sweet spot. Such as in the meridian of the Yin and Yang. The letter “S” which is serpentine or universal like the timing belt on your car. The Universal and common energy brings the Yin and Yang back to the One.  

If man carries the nobility of the lion, then he is responsible for taming his ego while elevating himself in consciousness. The ancients knew exercising self preservation while exercising compassion for humanity is a delicate balance. Ultimately, it starts with unconditional self love, which requires recognizing the Law of Gender. When the masculine and feminine energy of the self is not harmonious, Our world is out of balance. 

We feel it on an individual level of existence as well as on a group and collective level. As our level of consciousness expands, we become more aware of our need for balancing the masculine and feminine  aspects of our existence as a collective of the hue’man race. We need each other’s support, reflection, and encouragement in order to be more involved in our own personal evolution. Consequently, we evolve as a species to the Crystal City of the 5th dimension in the Age of Aquarius. Otherwise, we devolve in a downward spiral into the abyss, where no light escapes. 


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SisStar MyRah Moss; Master Teacher. Homepage.

What are Mudras?

No, mudras are not gang signs, nor do they symbolize signals of the illuminati. There are 22 chakras in the hands along with meridians and nadis. Mudras transfer life force energy through the body as the energy balances the hemispheres of the brain and its components. It’s an alchemical process. It’s all elemental.

The physical body is made of the elements of the earth. Without the electromagnetic life-force energy, we’re just a corpse. The chakras in our fingers and palms contain the pranic energy, chi, or ka that allows us to transfer that energy to particular parts of the body. 

Thumb = Fire

Index finger = Air

Middle finger = Ether

Ring finger = Earth

Pinky finger = Water

The ancients knew energy and how to manipulate it to achieve certain objectives. Some call it magic, but that word is taboo in our society. The laws of energy work as directed. A more acceptable term for consciously managing energy is “Mudra” which means “seal” in Sanskrit. In western cultures we “seal” the deal, or “mark” the occasion with a handshake. In eastern cultures a bow or other “gestures” are made. 

Although, most of us are familiar with hand gestures, mudras may be performed with the eyes, or the whole body for that matter. Just as the right eye represents Ra or Sol energy, and the left, Khonsu or Luna energy. We acknowledge the left hand as the receiving hand because Luna energy is feminine. The right hand is masculine and is the offering hand which is the projected energy. So when we combine these elements with electromagnetic forces, we move energy from place to place. 

As we move this life-force through the chakras, nadis and meridians, we make things happen in the body to include healing. There are several mudras that are familiar to us and can be used to change frequencies in the body. For instance, in meditation we often use the Chin mudra where we make contact between the thumb (fire), and index finger (air). In the evening we turn the palms down to the Gyan mudra. We then place the hands on the knees, which is another special point of contact for the flow of powerful energy. 

As the Buddha sat beneath the bodhi tree until enlightenment, he placed his right palm over the left with his thumbs touching for deep meditation. This mudra is called the Dhyan. In western cultures we recognize prayer hands, or the Anjali mudra as acknowledgement of the divine. Similarly the mudras Namaskar and Namaste are used for greeting in Hindu.  


 Sadhguru of Adiyogi and Dr. Hansji Yogendra of the Yoga Institute, teach us about the power of mudras on their respective social media channels. They are beneficial in calming the mind, as well as a host of other benefits, from controlling obesity to managing cholesterol levels. Mudras balance energy throughout the subtle body, hormones and organs. 

 The architecture and construction of ancient monuments such as tekhenu (obelisks) and mer (pyramids) generate their own energy signatures. The Great Pyramid Khufu, actually has eight faces rather than four. This simple aspect makes a huge difference in the transference of energy. Cathedrals are built with this sacred geometry, architecture and construction. Combine geometric shapes with mudras, and these gestures harmonize the energy field in and around the structure. 

The ancient Kemetians also used bio-geometry as taught by Dr. Ibrahim Karim. Phd, Karim studied Rene A. Schwaller De Lubicz, Egyptologist, amongst others who interpreted many hand gestures on the relics in ancient Kemet. Karim studied the use of mudras, in addition to the geometric symbols, e.g., the Ankh. His most recent work “BioGeometry Signatures” was published in 2016. According to Yogapedia, mudras may be used in conjunction with different breathing techniques or pranayama to stimulate the flow of balanced prana throughout the subtle body (Hughes, 2019). Whatever is generated in the subtle body has to resonate throughout the gross or physical body. 

As we clap our hands, tap our feet and move our bodies in dance, we are transferring energy in and around our physical space. Some dance rituals are performed with the intent to hypnotize. A hypnotic state is not meant to put us to sleep, but to focus attention to something suggestive. We see mudras practiced in African, and Asian cultures most often, although hand gestures are practiced in most cultures to some extent. Tyra Kleen was a European woman who traveled around the world to study and photograph different cultural dances of Indonesia, China and other Asian cultures. Buddhists and Hindu priests along with temple dancers made bogus representations at first, until they became more familiar with her work and intentions (Houseal, 2020). The following picture is a depiction of Kleen’s work.

Mudras are often linked to secret societies and often intended as code for certain messages. If you don’t know the code, then you don’t get the message. However, today there are hand gestures intended for any number of messages. The question is, which ones are meant for enlightenment, involution, and the evolution of our species? If we become familiar with them, we can create magic on our own path to enlightenment. 

If we do not care to learn the magic of mudras, it is like having a lack of interest in yoga, and that’s okay. They are simply tools for our tool box of consciousness and healing. Next time you lose your train of thought, try lightly toughing the tips of your fingers together and see if your thought process returns. They are not necessary for survival. They are not exclusive to secret societies, Jay Z, nor the Illuminati. So why not rub your hands together to generate a lil friction, and place your hands on any part of the body to see if you don’t suddenly feel your own energy? Use that energy to connect with certain parts of the body, and you’ve just generated your own magic, and realized your own power.

Sheila T. Zimmerman ’22


Houseal, Joseph. (8, February 2020). “Tyra Kleen: Mudra”.

Hughes, Aimee. 25, June 2019. “The Power of Mudras”. Yogapedia.


Solar and Lunar Eclipses

Solar Eclipse Over Kemet

Eclipses bring us so much intrigue, we just wanna go outside and spontaneously look up to the sky. ”DON’T DO IT MON” (In my Jamaican accent)! Most of us know not to look directly at an eclipse, but are you aware of other ways eclipse energy effects us? They have been the harbingers of many fears and superstitions, yet they have the potential to be markers for positive change and personal growth as well. Every six months, we are given a nudge; ok, more like a backhand slap to the face, to check us along our spiritual journey. Lovingly of course.

 Auset (Venus/Isis) can be a real force to be reckoned with in the sign ruled by Set(Mars), and its higher octave Ausar (Pluto/Osiris). The energy of eclipses tend to be three times stronger than a regular full or new moon. They are the more gentle nudges of change. Eclipses are life changing events. Depending on the houses they occupy, we are somehow forever changed. 

Auset (Venus/Isis) moves into Scorpio/Libra (Vedic astrology), right before the October 25th 2022, solar eclipse. She brings a sense of compassion to the energies of the eclipse for a softer observation and processing of the energies. If the sun is our shine, the moon, which represents our emotions, block that shine. Scorpio is the underworld and Libra is truth, justice and balance. Therefore, this time is related to the most intense subjects of our times, love and money. 

A solar eclipse is when the moon obscures the sun as it lines up with the earth between the two. The North and south lunar nodes (Rahu and Ketu in Vedic astrology), crosses the sun’s ecliptic. The North lunar node, Rahu marks our future and Ketu relates to the past. The North lunar node is currently in Taurus; opposite Scorpio, and relates to our stability, how we plant our seeds for the harvest, and how we make our money. This is also how we provide for ourselves; our possessions.

The eclipse is happening in it’s opposing sign Scorpio, which rules the eighth house of other peoples money, mortgages, taxes, inheritance and insurance. It also deals with mystery, endings, sexuality, and secrets. It rules forbidden knowledge, and taboo subjects. It urges us to dig deep for the truth for our own personal growth.

Wadjet (Uranus), the shocker, and planet of scientific breakthroughs, breakdown, and lightning, is traveling with the North lunar node. She is the planet of higher consciousness. We are encouraged to elevate the way we perceive ourselves and the world around us. When we add Auset (Venus/Isis), who is making a conjunction to Ra, the sun in Scorpio/Libra, we are able to see the beauty in ourselves and what adjustments may be needed in our way of thinking. She will be at 2° Scorpio by the time the eclipse takes place.

Most of us become excited on the day of the eclipse and give little thought to the fact that the energies can impact us as soon as a month before and six months after.  We should give ourselves a couple mental health days after the eclipse, while the moon transits to Sagittarius. The two weeks between solar and lunar eclipses should be a time for peace and bringing balance to our spaces.

The sudden energies of Wadjet (Uranus) in Taurus, work together with Set (Mars), the planet of action, which stations to go retrograde in Gemini a few days later. This may trigger a sudden earthly event or discovery that changes the trajectory of life as we know it. This transformation could occur in our personal lives as well. Gemini is information, data, and communication of all types. As our emotions bubble up from the depths of our scorpio planetary natal positions and aspects, we are confronted with them.

We are inspired to deal with our childhood traumas and triggers with grace. Feelings of betrayal, abandonment, and other vulnerabilities become difficult to control at this time. The lunar eclipse in Taurus/Aries (Vedic astrology) on November 8th, occurs on the same axis. This is when the earth cast a shadow and obscures the light of the moon. This is when our feelings start to become clearer. Although, Nephtys (Neptune), the veiled High Priestess, and sister of Auset (Venus/Isis), is squaring this eclipse. This is not the time for major decisions, yet it is a time to let go of what does not serve us. As we meditate or go within during the solar eclipse, the lunar eclipse paves the way for the new shine. This could be new information, a new path in life, new births, or simply a new perspective. 

The beauty of Auset (Venus/Isis) allows us to compassionately face ourselves and the deep wounds that are in need of healing. Set (Mars), and its higher octave Ausar (Pluto/Osiris) allows us to travel to the underworld of our lives, our culture and ancestry to heal ancestral wounds, and break generational patterns. We may even change our relationships dealing with love and/or money. We are urged to re-evaluate our relationships overall and forgive those who need forgiveness. Forgiveness is not only for releasing the person who hurt us, but for our own well being. Even more important is for us to be able to forgive ourselves for engaging in whatever may have taken us off our paths to success; whatever that means to you. It could be a costly mistake related to money, or love for that matter.

Eclipses create an optical illusion in the sky, albeit an intersection of spirit and matter. For a short while, a solar eclipse gives us the illusion of night during the day. Not only does the lunar eclipse throw us into complete darkness at night, it blocks our intuition. In the feminine houses of Hathor (Taurus) and Bast (Scorpio), we combine earth and water elements to create, and express our deep rooted desires with unconditional love. Who knows, we may even be able to generate a means of sustaining ourselves with this mysterious, yet beautiful combination. After all, we are creating our future.

Eclipses can bring chaotic energy as well. Some describe the energy as impure. There are certain things that some say should not be done during an eclipse besides looking at it directly without proper eyewear. Others see these recommendations as superstitious. Are they superstitions? We know the damage to the eyes is real talk, so, use this list with your own discretion. The suggestions include the avoidance of the following activities:

  • Taking naps or sleeping
  • Showering  or bathing
  • Eating (said to generate toxic gases in the body or an overgrowth of bacteria in food)
  • Sexual activity
  • Charging your crystals
  • Making intentions (the energy is chaotic)

Whether these recommendations are fact or fiction, it is certainly a good time for contemplation and self evaluation. To be on the safe side, it is advisable to eat a couple hours before the eclipse, or a couple hours after. Pregnant women are advised to take a cool bath a couple hours after the eclipse, as desired. This is a good time for meditation and healing. The Scorpio/Taurus axis of your birth chart will determine how this eclipse season will effect change in your life. The sun (Ra) and Venus (Auset/Isis) conjunction will shine light on our relationship with self and those in our lives. 

Lunar Eclipse Over Kemet

This eclipse season is an intense one for sure, as we assess our personal and collective finances and relationships. Therefore, it is important to recognize what comes up and analyze our role. If we analyze things from a place of authenticity, we may find we need to change our perspective on a few things and adjust them accordingly. Our clear emotions are only blocked While under construction. When this eclipse season is over, we should be able to distinguish love for self versus sacrificing self for love. Oh, but will we be able to distinguish the original version of Nights Over Egypt from the covers?

“Three things that cannot be long hidden, the sun, the moon and the truth”


Sheila T. Zimmerman ’22


Images. Accessed October 21, 2022

The Jones Girls. “Nights Over Egypt”. Cynthia Biggs & Dexter Wansel/Philadelphia International Records. 1981.

 The Eye of Heru (Horus) 

They say the eyes are the windows to the soul. Who said that? The ancients of course. Our ancestors knew the distinction between the physical and spirit worlds as perceived with the eyes. With our first eye we can see from on high, which is where the name Heru originates. The Greek translation Horus is where we term the word horizon. Where is Horus on the horizon? As the hawk glides across the sky, it is able to observe all that is below from east to west. The enlightened Heru-Ur is able to see with Divine consciousness; with third eye vision, and has become master of his earthly self.

Heru represents the Divine masculine,  while Hetheru represents the physical or earthly aspect of the Divine masculine, or House of Heru. He is the personification of every human’s potential to know the self. The anatomical brain materializes our human ability to experience this life through our senses. Each part of the Eye of  Heru (Horus) corresponds with the part of the brain connected to that sense, and its function. Sacred geometry is the key to understanding the Hequat fraction’s application to The Eye of Heru (Horus).

The Hequat fraction corresponds to the  six senses. Our senses surround the mid brain, the corpus colostrum (Cureous 2019). This section of the brain outlines the Eye of Heru (Horus). The corpus colostrum is where we receive the oil from the central nervous system, which regulates both hemispheres of the brain. Our mission is to regulate these masculine and feminine energies in our everyday lives. The left eye represents the lunar energy and the right eye is sun or Ra energy. In our decisions, it is the constant application of possibilities. Our choices span the spectrum of duality, which is where were get the word, dual. 

It is the fight between good and evil. Heru (Horus) is the manifestation of good and Set is the manifestation of evil. We can use any dual forces to identify the Law of Polarity here. Light and dark, or day and night are applicable to Heru and Set as well. Set gouged Heru’s eyes out so he could not see his way. Their struggle lasted three days according to Sebai Dr. Muata Ashby of Florida. He explains, in his book “Egyptian Tantric Yoga” how Horus earned the throne from his uncle Set to become the  “Winged Sundisk”, and “all encompassing Divinity”. He quotes:

     Horus defeated Set by becoming Ur-Uatchit. The sacred form of 
     Ur-Uatchit, the winged sundisk with two urei, symbolizes the goddess
     Nekhebet on the right and the goddess Uatchet on the left. Thus it was
     decreed by Djehuti that the Ur-Uatchet  should be seen decorating 
     every temple as a protection from evil. 

From the Osirian Resurrection Myth
Hekau 176b (Dr. Ashby  2003, p. 161)

Tomb of Ramses V-VI

Hathor restores the left eye of Ra to Heru (Horus). His left eye represents feminine receptive energy of the moon. Hathor, who becomes his feminine counterpart, is the goddess of love, fertility, passion, and power. She helps to restore Ma’at, so Heru (Horus) would not be binded and blinded from the truth. So throughout the day he is able to see the light and shine from morning til sunset over Upper and Lower Kemet (Egypt). 

Heru (Horus) becomes yet another version of himself; Smai Hero-Set, in other words, union of the two. For us, it is Smai-Taui, the union of the Higher and Lower self. “Self knowledge is the basis of all true knowledge” (Dr. Ashby, 2003, p. 40-41). Heru (Horus) is identified in different manifestations at different times in his life. It is only when he balances his lower and higher nature does he become master of himself and master of earth. 

As the sun currently transits the sign of Libra, conjunct or beside Venus, we are encouraged to consider the balance in our lives. Libra is on the same axis as Aries where Jupiter (Heru/Horus) sits with Chiron, the wounded healer. The combative martian energy of Aries is expanded by Jupiter. Chiron is battling the dark forces of our minds and everyday society. This energy is aspected by Mars in Gemini which rules communication. Jupiter (Heru/Horus) offers us the potential to lighten up a little. We are asked to have compassion for ourselves and others.

Ausar, Auset and Heru

On October 25th, 2022 there will be a solar eclipse in Scorpio; producing more Martian energy. This energy can be channeled for our highest good or lowest intentions. If we channel this energy for our highest good, we can dig deep and elevate our minds to a new level. The result is balance of our masculine and feminine energies for a view of both horizons. In our darkest hours we can transpose the letters to make Horus, and transmute the energies to see things from a higher perspective like Heru-Ur

Gods are immortal men, and men are mortal Gods.

~Ancient African Proverb

*The late Runoko Rashidi, anthropologist and historian found the above representation of the trinity, Ausar, Auset and Heru, in a dark corner of the Cairo museum. 

Sheila T. Zimmerman  ’22


Ashby, Sebai Dr. Muata, R. “The Kemetic Tree of Life” & “Egyptian Tantric Yoga” (4th Ed). SEMA Institute/Cruzian Mystic Books. Accessed Oct. 2, 2022.

Images. Assessed October 9, 2022.

ReFaey, Karim, Quinones, Gabriella, Clifton, William, Tripathi, Shashwat, Quinones-Hinojosa, Alfredo. (2019, May 23). “The Eye of Horus: The Connection Between Art, Medicine, and Mythology in Ancient Egypt”. DOI: 10.7759/cureus.4731. Assessed October 2, 2022.

360 Meridians: The Highways and Byways of the Body

360 Meridians & 72,000 Nadis

We are all connected to the Oneness of Divine energy, frequency and vibration. Although we may vibrate on different frequencies, our energy is always on the move. There is no stopping on the highways and byways of the human body. Electromagnetic current flows from the sun, through the circuitry of the human body, into earth’s atmosphere and back out into the vastness of space. Our primary chakras and nadis (Sushumna, Ida and Pingala), process and transmute this energy while the 360 meridians serve as intersections and channels for traveling life force energy.

You can read The 7 Layers of the Body or Aura in my earlier writings, to learn more on how these components come together. On the physical level, we are made up of trillions of atoms working cohesively to maintain molecules that make up our tissues, organs and other parts of our anatomy. The etheric body contains our chakras, nadis and aura, which is the energetic layer where Qi, Chi, or Prana travels as life force energy. The 360 meridians are points of this body where there is an increase in electron and proton activity. We can liken them to energetic portals. 

Isis and Seti I

Our ancestors knew more about Ka (life force energy), and the Ba (body) than previously known. This is proven by the Edwin C. Smith and other medical papyri, recently found in Kemet (Egypt). Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is as ancient as 3500 years, and has become more mainstream in the Western contemporary world. This culture maintained the knowledge of life force energy through the teachings of Taoism. The Prophet Muhammad encouraged fellow Muslims to take a trip to China, if necessary, to acquire this knowledge.  

Yin & Yang

The dualistic principals of Yin and Yang and those of Wu Xing are applied to healing practices. Yin and Yang principals operate in recognition of metaphysical opposing forces (Acupuncture & Massage College, 2018). Acupuncture and acupressure are healing modalities that utilize the 360 meridians known as acupoints. There are 12 pairs of meridians for each major organ. In addition, two more sets unite the physical and etheric bodies. Wu Xing on the other hand, applies the elements, wood, fire, water, metal, and earth. These elements are associated with the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. Note, the continuity of culture and cosmology in the number 12. 

Whenever there is an imbalance in the body, it is made manifest on the energy level first, then outward to the physical body. The ancient Chinese obviously used the Law or Principal of Correspondence and the Law of Polarity to address issues of imbalance and blockages of Qi or chi energy. That is not to say the other Hermetic principals were not applied. Wu Xing honors the cyclical nature of the cosmos. 

Zang Fu matches yin and yang organs, which produces Qi energy, to one of the five elements. Qi then travels through the body’s highways, byways and meridians, known as jing lou (Acupuncture & Massage College, 2018). Any blockages or sluggish energy flow will show up as health problems in that area or particular organ. Applied pressure to any area of meridians work to promote healing just like acupuncture. 

Acupressure is a practice which can be performed inexpensively without tools or equipment. A quick example is the application of pressure to both sides of the thumbnail. Just one minute of slight pressure will instantly relieve anxiety and stress. A DIY foot massage to corresponding organs will relieve unrest in that part of the body. This is the nature of massage and reflexology. These healing modalities incorporate our meridians, and have been proven to relieve a whole list of ailments. Here are a few:

  • Pain Relief & Management
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Nausea
  • Migraines
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Fertility
  • Fibromyalgia
  • TMJ

Our meridians are not visible components of the human body. They are much like chakras, nadis, and our aura. They are essential; however, to maintain homeostasis in the communication of information between the body’s systems. It is the information highway for its host. Working with the 360 meridians of the body is only advisable for minor conditions, and not recommended during pregnancy, according to many practitioners. 

Always seek professional help for more acute or chronic conditions. We can avoid the onset or progression of ailments with good nutrition, physical activity, and stress management. Traffic jams are not tolerated on these highways and byways. Meanwhile, as the meridians work on the energetic level, in the physical, protons and electrons dance on the cellular level, and as they do, there’s no parking on the dance floor. They simply, keep it moving.

Sheila T. Zimmerman ‘22


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Energy Healing

As a plant receives energy from the sun, it grows from a seedling to maturity. The health and strength of the plant is determined by the amount of chlorophyll and life force energy produced. Once the plant is mature, it can be used for fuel. We consume the plant and therefore, harness its energy source. Whether consumed vicariously or directly, we are fueled by energy sources, most of which are powered by the sun. 

Ancient civilizations practiced energy healing for their ailments, and supplemented the healing process with nature. Integrated medicine is presented to us as many traditional medical professionals have taken early retirement or left the profession all together. This transformation of the medical community does not negate the need for doctors, yet teaches us how to be more proactive in learning to heal ourselves with proper nutrition and pranic, or life force energy. 

Sekhem which means power and/or might. is a living light energy and was the inspiration behind the name Sekhmet. Sekhmet, the goddess counterpart of Ptah, represented destruction in the absence of ma’at, or balance and order. She did not tolerate evil. She was also the patroness of healing, and advocated physicians of ancient Kemet (Egypt), who were educated in her healing powers. Sekham became a healing energy practice of ancient Kemet.

The healing practice of Sekhem or Seichem, as also spelled, has been revived by Patrick Zeigler and Helen Belot according to a Wanderlust article by Jaha Browne. This technique is similar to Reiki, a Japanese form of healing, using the hands to channel energy through the body. Sekham is used on a higher vibratory level, in that it works with the energy in the auric field. It is  complimentary to Reiki which works best in the physical body. Sekham therapy is excellent for therapeutic emotional adjustments and chakra realignment.

Energy gets trapped in the body and auric field as a result of trauma and stresses. These stresses may include environmental factors which may seem minute, yet may lead to respiratory issues and chronic diseases if not addressed. There are several forms of energy vampires that rob us of our vitality. Sekham, as ancient as it is known, is not the only form of energy healing emerging in our communities. Several of them, we can perform ourselves with a short tutorial.

There is an array of alternative medicine resources we can tap into without spending a dime. One of the simplest forms of energy healing, and my fave, is sound therapy, otherwise known as listening to music. It has to match the levels of healing frequencies, however. If we are vibrating on a low frequency and add low vibrational elements, we get more low frequency as a result. Qigong, Shamanic drumming, and meridian healing is favored in many holistic circles as well as breathing exercises, or aromatherapy.

There are many alternative healing modalities available to us today. Many of them are considered trends and have become obsolete. Examples of that obsolescence is colonics. ear candling, and camel urine. Some may still engage in these practices, but not many. Although there are some in the science community who consider alternative medicine as pseudoscience, they do not fully appreciate the body’s intelligence and resilience. 

Managing stress levels in the body is important to homeostasis or a balanced, harmonious state of being. To prevent imbalances in the body, which may lead to more imbalances that eventually manifest as disease, we must maintain, protect and preserve our energy fields. Sometimes that means removing ourselves from toxic environments, wherever they may be in our lives. The benefits will add years to the life span, plus minimize trips to the doctor.

If we are all energy, frequency and vibration, it is necessary to use the same to get results. When there is trauma to the physical body, it is often necessary to see a doctor. It is also advisable for emotional or psychological trauma that is more serious than a bout of depression or anxiety. Once we receive an acceptable diagnosis, it is up to us to follow our doctor’s instruction, and follow it up with a lil self TLC. Although a lil throwback to “Waterfalls” would get my energy moving again, self tender loving care is my prescription. 

Sheila T. Zimmerman ‘22


Brown, Jaha. Sekhem: Energy Healing From Ancient Egypt. Wunderlust.Sekhem and Reiki

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Rezure Energy Healing. Egyptian Sekhem. Accessed September 10, 2022

The Houses in Astrology: The Path of the Sun

The Zodiac Wheel

Somewhere in the world, there is a new soul coming into our midst from the House of Virgo sun. From today forward, every twelve months, the sun will cross the same degree, in the same house until the new addition to our population transitions back to the spirit realm. Virgo (Auset) occupies the sixth house of the zodiacal wheel and is ruled by the planet Mercury (Thoth). The location of the other planets and points in this person’s natal chart will mark the path of their journey throughout time, in this life. As above, so below; as in the Law of Correspondence; and so their journey begins.

The Dendera Temple to Hathor (Het Heru) is the complex in ancient Kemet, dedicated to the path of the sun. Hathor or Het Heru represents fertility, love, and beauty. Her image is of the cow, whose udders provide milk from the Milky Way. Her ears and face remind us of the fallopian tubes and uterus of the female. Although her temple earns the respect of all who enter, it honors the feminine principal. As the Goddess Nut represents the sky, and Geb the earth, other Gods and Goddesses in the ancient Kemetians’ pantheon of constellations and planets stand guard at important angles and points in the sky. 

The Dendera Temple
(House of Het Heru/Hathor)

These angles and points form the twelve houses of the zodiac, with the native (person/soul) in the center. Although Vedic or Hindu astrology is more predictable, and is actually from the perspective of the stars, the Babylonians influenced Tropical astrology, as we know it in the Western world. The Babylonians narrowed the zodiacal wheel down from 36 houses, as shown on the Dendera Temple ceiling, to the 12 houses, as seen today. This is from the earth’s perspective at the solstices and equinoxes. 

The solstices and equinoxes form the Grand Cross at the cardinal signs, Aries/Libra and Cancer/Capricorn. The zoological aspect is where the name zodiac is derived. Asian and Aztec cultures use animal totem spirits to describe the timely cycles and characteristics of the cosmos as well. It was the ancient Kemetians; however, who introduced the astrological cycles to the world.  

Zodiac with 36 Houses
(Dendera Temple Ceiling)

The pie or wheel chart is the easiest to explain and is most recognizable. The first house of astrology is called the ascendant, which is where the sun is rising at the moment of birth. This is where we start in interpreting the birth chart. The relationship between the planets are called aspects. An aspect less than seven degrees forms a conjunction, 30° is a semi-sextile, 90° forms a square and 180°, an opposition, and so on. Each house represents our path through life. The sun’s position, in the lower half or upper half shows whether we were born during the day or night. A daytime birth would show a diurnal chart and if born at night, a nocturnal chart. 

Diurnal and Nocturnal Chart

The First house represents our appearance, the personality or the ego . The first house’s declaration is “I Am”. This is how we perceive the world and how the world perceives us. The ascendent is our everyday self. It represents our childhood, independence, and self-esteem. The house of Aries (Khepera) is ruled by the planet Mars (Set). More experienced astrologers in the field, can look at a person and have an idea of their sun or ascendent. Taurean natives, for instance, have thick necks. 

The Second house is Hathor’s (Het Heru’s) house; significant for our survival. It is where we plant the seeds of harvest, thus “Taurus the bull” pulling the plow. This house represents liquid assets, cultural inheritance, personal possessions, income, emotional security, ethics, values, and talents. The declaration of the 2nd house is “I have”. The second house is ruled by Venus (Isis). Think of all the strength and beauty you possess.

The Third house is the house of mobility, siblings, communication, media, and transportation, or short distance travel. The 3rd house of Gemini(Sphinx) represents our neighbors, networking, information, ideas and inquiries. It is our k-12 education, and conscious mind. The 3rd house’s declaration is “I think”. It is ruled by the planet Mercury (Thoth), who retrieves the message for communication. 

The nadir or IC is the Imum Coeli(Latin), which is the bottom of our sky; the IC is located on the cusp of the Fourth house. It is the part of our sky that is home, our roots, and where we come from. The Fourth house is our mother, physical security, and the affairs of the home. It represents real estate, domesticity, and all of the creature comforts of home. It is lastly, the end of things. This house is occupied by Cancer (Geb and Nut), and ruled by the Moon (Khonsu). The declaration of this house is “I feel”.

The Fifth house is the house of fun! It represents children, love affairs, sex, entertainment, games, confidence, creativity, drama, and luxury. This is the house of innovation, new starts, risks, pioneering, and endeavors. The fifth house is the house of Leo (Anubis), who rules the heart. It is ruled by none other than the sun. The fifth house’s declaration is “I will”. 

Dendera Temple Relief

The Sixth house is the house of Virgo (Nekhbet). This house is also ruled by Mercury (Thoth), but here the information is analyzed or critiqued. “I analyze” is the declaration of the sixth house. It represents health in the physical body, service, meditation, mystics, healing, and spirituality. This house also represents our pets, work, details, devotion and sacrifice. The sixth house angle is the location of the descendent, which is our sunset. It leads to the outside world and relationships outside our immediate family.

The Seventh house is the house of committed relationships such as marriage, business partnerships, cooperation with others. This is the outside world. Everything that involves teamwork, and co-existence is related to this house. It’s the change house, balance and harmony. The seventh house is occupied by Libra (Ma’at), which is ruled by the planet Venus (Auset). Its declaration is “I balance”. 

The Eighth house is the house of other people’s wealth and money. This may be related to mortgages, taxes or insurance, stocks and bonds. It’s all about joint finances, inheritances, and contracts. This house also represents death, and transformation. It is responsible for the astral (star) plane and spiritual experiences, or occult topics. Eighth house’s declaration is “I desire”. It is occupied by Scorpio (Bast), and ruled by Mars (Set). 

The Ninth house is the house of consciousness, philosophy, and higher education. Its related to expansion and spirituality. It also represents, religion, foreign affairs, and long distance travel. This house is where mass media, publishing, and marketing resides as well. The ninth house is that of Sagittarius (Sekhmet) and is ruled by Saturn(Sobek). Seventh house’s declaration is “I aspire”.   

Dendera Temple Relief

The Tenth house is the house of Capricorn (Khnum), and is ruled by Saturn(Sobek). Tenth house is the Medium Coeli or MC of the birth chart, and is located at the cusp of the tenth house. It is opposite the IC, which is at the cusp of the fourth, signifying home.The tenth house, at the MC, represents the zenith or top of our sky, highlighting life and career. This is the house of achievements and leadership.

The sun sits at 0° of Capricorn (khnum), opposite 0° Cancer (Geb & Nut) on the winter and summer solstices. Tenth house and fourth houses sit on the Cancer/Capricorn axis, whereas the 10th is the house of the father or  disciplinarian, the 4th represents the mother or nurturing parent. When we look at it this way, there are six axis with dual characteristics. Finally, the tenth house is where we see our fame, and destiny, Its declaration is “I use”. 

The Eleventh house is the house of our hopes, visions and dreams. Its where we see our friend groups, trends, and organizations. This is the house of culture, and society. This is the collective. It is ruled by Saturn(Sobek), and occupied by Aquarius (Ptah). Its declaration is “I know”. Peace and harmony on the larger scale lives here, as does arts and humanities. Cooperation and all manner of shared activities occupy this house. 

The Twelfth house is the house of inspiration, illusion, escapism, institutions, illness, and karma. It is the where we see conclusions, and hidden enemies. We also see resolutions and problem solving, hidden support, systems, tools, and skills here. It is ruled by Jupiter (Heru) and is occupied by Pisces (Sothis). The twelfth house’s declaration is “I believe”

The houses of astrology are not confined to this order. We can place any sign at the ascendent and interpret any birth chart from there. Often, we will see the absence of a planet in a particular house. This simply means there is no particular emphasis except when the sun, moon and other planets transit, or pass over these houses. The significations of the zodiac houses lay out the possibilities for our experience. We can capitalize on these planetary traveling transits, by making choices that make the best of this procession. From the spring and fall equinoxes to the winter and summer solstices. Where do your natal planets live?

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Sheila T. Zimmerman ’22


Afrika.Is Woke (26, December 2021). The Purple of the Dendera Zodiac. Accessed August 29, 2022. 

By Ijanderson977 – Own work, Public Domain,

Dog under the Wheel of Fortune Image.

Images: Accessed September 3, 2022.

The Macrocosm and the Microcosm:  

The Macrocosm and the Microcosm
(Old World Geocentric View)

I am the universe and the universe is me. I am the light of the sun which shines bright in me. Just as the sun rises in the East and sets in the West, so does the blood and life force within. The microcosm is man, a reflection of the macrocosm, the universe. They contain one another; they are one another. The Law of Correspondence proves this paradox over and over in nature. The ancients did not take this for granted as we do today. They left us knowledge of the sacred science to teach us of our connection to the cosmos. 

A Fingerprint and the Milky Way

Spirals, toruses, spots, and branches are examples of the fractal patterns in nature. Ontology; the first philosophy, coined by Aristotle, is the study of being or existing. From the fingerprint to the spiral of the Milky Way, and other galaxies, we all have something in common with all living things. Only entities with something in common can interact. If we slice an apple, orange or other fruit we can identify the torus that surrounds the core. When we eat it, we receive nutritious energy to fuel our bodies.

Although our torus is invisible to the naked eye, it is our aura or energy field, with the physical body at the core. This is called the toroidal field, and emanates from the heart. When we interact with other people, we interact with their toroidal field. We feel their energy as we share our energy with them, and the planet. The energy we share with the planet is the energy we share with the sun. Positive energy enters the body through the crown chakra and negative energy enters through the root chakra, and like the earth’s polarity, that energy is transmuted at the core and is reversed and expressed outward. 

The harmony of the spheres correlate with the harmony required for balance on the earth plane. It is the balance and harmony which keeps all living things associated with time and space in a natural, cyclical, and orderly flow of energy. The purpose of actions and activities in nature is to maintain balance and harmony. Dr. Surendra Pathak offers the familiar rock in the pond example, which causes a ripple effect in the water. It ripples back and forth until balance and harmony is restored. She offers the following Existential Harmonic Chart of the microcosm and macrocosm.

* EH in the Cosmos – Nature – Material/Mineral order – Ecology Environment – Chemical Order – EH in Molecules – EH in Atoms, Particles, & Quarks

* EH in Bio Order – Animal Order – Plant Order – The Human Body – EH in Cells – EH in Genes – EH in DNA/RNA

* EH in Human Activities Evidences and Reference – Historical/Religious Reference – Philosophical/Theology Reference – Legal/Constitutional Reference – Socio/Political/Economic – Relationships in Society – Family Life – Individuals as Expectation

(Pathak, S 2014)

The image created by the imagination is what we draw from to create in the physical. We are reflecting and mirroring the picture in our minds. At the same time, corresponding images naturally occur in nature as part of cosmic order. The Nile Valley is the central nervous system of the earth according to geographic lay lines. It resembles man’s central nervous system. The heart shaped Faiyum Oasis on the picture is located in the same place as the heart of man.

A paradox, contrary to our belief, presents itself repetitively. We separate ourselves from nature as if we are not a part of the grand scheme. The ancient Kemetians (Egyptians) knew the correlation between humans and the cosmos. They built temples to teach us about ourselves, and life’s journey. They devoted a lot to the soul’s immortality, as we are all curious about what happens after our transition to the spirit realm. The Temple of Ipet Isu (Karnak), or Temple of Man, where the monoliths are constructed as if they are living and evolving, must be interpreted in order to understand, inner-stand and over-stand this particular paradox.

Temple of Ipet Isu (Karnak)
Magical Egypt Series

The temple arch displays the winged disc at the position of the pineal gland, while the two adjoining sides represent the two hemispheres of the brain. The “Hall of 12 Columns” represent the 12 optical nerves, 12 hours of day and night, and 12 hours of the duat as explained by John Anthony West in the Magical Egypt series. I highly recommend this series featuring scholars like Robert Schoch, Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, and Micheal Schneider, who informed us of the binary math used by ancient Kemetians. The ancients used sacred geometry to build these temples to perfection. They knew the importance of ma’at in nature and in man.

As the heart electrifies, so do the synapses and neurotransmitters of the brain. The branches of veins throughout the body carry the life force energy like lightning in the sky. We can make many references to the macrocosm and the microcosm like this. From the moment of conception, there is a phenomenal cycle that appears to begin at this point, but does it really? Do our souls rest in the Amenti, with purpose, before descending to the earth plane? Do we actually come to balance our energy or karma?

As we explore these questions, we are left to fend for ourselves from the age of adulthood, while interacting with dual forces. Dual forces come in the form of relationships and situations. People whose energies vibrate in low frequencies challenge our ability to maintain harmony. Those who vibrate in high frequencies challenge us to be a better person than we were the day before. Once we recognize that higher frequency in others, we begin to self reflect and become aware of the disharmony in ourselves. 

A lack of harmony in a group of people is like singing or playing off key. Everyone else notices the disharmony and strives to bring balance. Meanwhile, the person out of tune may not know, or continue in denial and impose their disharmony onto others. It sends a ripple effect of cognitive dissonance in the other band members. At some point balance and harmony has to be restored in order for the song to flow, and create pleasant music to the ears. With practice, we will eventually get it right…on earth, as it is in heaven. Ase’

 Sheila T. Zimmerman ’22


Images. Accessed August 21, 2022.

Pathak, Surendra, Dr. Harmony Exist Universally from Microcosm to Macrocosm: Coexistence is the Nature of Everything. 12/9/2014. DO – 10.13140/2.1.2278.8163

 Temple of Iset Isu. Magical Egypt Series. Accessed August 22, 2022

Change: It’s Guaranteed

The one thing that is constant in life is change. When times are good, we want them to continue long term. When the opposite is the case, we wish for them to end, as soon as possible. One thing is for certain, trouble don’t last always, as my grandma used to say. When we resist change, it brings us pain and suffering. When we adapt to change, we learn and grow. That is not to say adaptation is easy, for we know it can be an excruciating experience, but once we get to the other side, we are forever changed.

We often become frazzled when life changes occur, such as a job loss, a loved one passes, or unexpected relocation. Our routine is uprooted and we have to take steps, or a series of actions necessary under the circumstances. How do we make our transitions smooth when we are under stress? There are things we can do to make the transition easier.

  1. Acknowledge what is happening.  
  2. Make time for self care; whatever that means to you. 
  3. Plan and prioritize as necessary and possible.
  4. Reach out to your support network (one or two confidants should suffice). 
  5. Remember to take things one step at a time, starting with the conscious breath. Sometimes, all we can do in the moment is breathe.          

When we acknowledge the situation at hand, we are exercising awareness, which is the first step to overcoming any challenge. It is equivalent to being present in the moment. Taking time to sit and reflect is most helpful. It is also a good time for giving special attention to good nutrition, hydration, and loving ourselves.  Connecting with nature, or a sea salt bath could be ways you nurture self. We could overindulge in eating, drinking or whatever makes us disconnect, but at some point, we have to pay the piper for our choices.  We can also channel that energy through sports, exercise, music, and even laughter, believe it or not.

 If we devise a good plan, we can simply walk through the steps, if the change is that simple. If not, we may have to incorporate other resources that require time and other people. If there is someone we can talk to, it helps tremendously to have a sounding board. They must be a good listener, however. Most often than not, we find ourselves working out solutions just by verbalizing facts out loud. A prompt or question here and there from your trusted person(s) encourages critical thinking. 

I remember reading a book on decision making, which taught me to critically think my way through a serious dilemma, by asking questions like, “Then what?” The perforated cue card included in the book was a bit much, but the wallet-sized list of critical questions sat on my desk for easy reference until they became second nature. However, it certainly did not prevent me from making future mistakes, but I could think better under pressure. 

Grief is a process that requires special care. A short illness or medical procedure surely requires an intermission in life’s pursuits. Terminal illness is one of the most challenging times for the patient, as well as the caretaker. In a study performed at a conference by the Archstone Foundation in 2009, terminally ill participants were more likely to experience transformative changes versus those that were not sick. The patient was more likely to go through a spiritual transformation. The caregivers transformed in their core values, compassion and empathy. They developed better coping skills in addition to flexibility and adaptability (Penman, 2009). Acceptance was the overall result of the patient and caretaker’s  transformations. 

Grief gives us pause in life’s journey. Although, we would like to skip steps in the process, they come up anyway, when we don’t honor our feelings and emotions. We may not recognize the dynamics of Cause and Effect behind the scenes of bad choices, often after losing a loved one. It’s definitely not the time for making major decisions. In talking with people who confided in me over the years, and comparing their experiences to my own, I saw a pattern. When we dismiss the grieving process, it manifests one way or another, often at the most inconvenient times. 

It’s not always cool to wear our hearts on our sleeves in public or at work, yet through the process, we may repeat certain steps. We have to honor them when they show up, and it is therefore necessary to make space and time for privacy. There are seven stages of grief, which can be reduced to five. They include:

  1. Shock
  2. Denial
  3. Anger
  4. Bargaining
  5. Guilt
  6. Depression
  7. Acceptance

One and two are often combined and some people may or may not experience depression at all. On the other hand, some stages may take longer than others. Managing the associated stress and recognizing these emotions when they arise, is the key to minimizing their effects. 

Several psychological triggers can make us resistant to change, such as post traumatic stress, abandonment or out-dated belief systems. Sometimes change is necessary for people in our lives. The most memorable thing I learned from Iyanla Vanzant’s One Day My Soul Just Opened Up, is, “People come into our lives for a reason, season, or lifetime” (Vanzant, 1999). She may not be the first to coin that expression, but it sure helped me in transitioning to another state. 

Moving is yet another uprooting challenge. Whether it be for a job, upgrade or downsizing, we still have to pack it up, and unpack it on the other side. It’s not so bad when we’re moving to a nicer place. Someone once said, “Nothing can grow or evolve without movement”. Preferably, we’ve done our homework, while prioritizing, so we can treat the experience like a new adventure rather than a grueling task. 

Some changes can be exciting and anticipated. New love relationships, marriage and children can be welcomed changes to life. These challenges require a new level of maturity and responsibility. Whether we plan or allow things to happen organically, we are prompted to make adjustments to these new chapters. Charting new courses for ourselves can be awkward at first, yet somehow we adapt.

In the end, change is as necessary for spiritual and mental ascension, as it is  for our physical health. We can resist or persist.  Sometimes it requires a little help and support, but either way, change is inevitable. Another poignant quote I recall, “We have no right to treat others better than we treat ourselves”. That one stuck, since we can be our own worst critics in the face of change. So, give yourself a break and some grace, for the winds of change can toss you about like an autumn leaf, or float you in the breeze like a feather. One way or the other, it’s guaranteed to happen.

Sheila T. Zimmerman ‘22


Images. Accessed August 15, 2022.

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Vanzant, Iyanla. One Day My Soul Just Opened Up. Gale Group.  Farmington Hills, MI. April 1999. ASIN  :  B00N4EKJ5U. 

 Lion’s Gate 88: The Path of Ausar/Osiris

Sothis (Sirius) over the Great Pyramid

The cycle of Sothis, the ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) name for the blue star Sirius, brought new life to the River Nile same time every year. This window of time, we call the Lion’s Gate, is when the constellation Leo is in alignment with the pyramids of Giza, Khufu, Khafre, and Merkaure. The alignment of Sothis (Sirius), our Sun, and planet Earth occurs between July 26 and August 12th, and peaks on August 8th (8/8). Sothis (Sirius) is the brightest star in the visible night sky, in the constellation of Canis Major. We sometimes call it the “dog star” in connection with the dog days of summer, but the Dogon, of Mali, and ancient Kemetians had knowledge of an even deeper meaning;  

Ausar (Osiris) aka Orion

As we migrate from our comfort zones, we tend to travel with things that are precious to us, along with our accumulated knowledge. It has become apparent to contemporary minds, the people of ancient Kemet (Egypt), brought existing knowledge to this land. The temples show a progression of knowledge that obviously came from the South and spread north, east and west. The Dogon of Mali certainly had knowledge similar to that of ancient Kemetians (Egyptians). The star Sothis (Sirius), and its white dwarf, dark companion, Sopdu, which is Sirius B is a star system. Some of us call it Home.

Inside the Great Pyramid Chambers

The universal Law of Polarity, or duality was sacredly recognized by the Kings and Queens of antiquity. Every god had a goddess, even in their different states of being. The human experience is only temporary; therefore, our ancestors left us a cast of divine feminines and masculines to help us in the interpretation of 3D history, as well as the 5D realm. The name “Sirius” is a combination of the Greek names Isis and Osiris. Orion is also Greek. In ancient Kemet, Ausar and Auset are the most familiar of divine lovers.

The Stars of Ausar’s (Orion’s) Belt

Eight and a half light-years away, Sothis (Sirius), is most bright right before dawn, and dips below the horizon in December, for 3 days, at the winter solstice. It rises in alignment with the sun, which shines on the face of Amun-Ra’s Holy of Holies, in the temple of Ipet-Isu (Karnak) on December 24th, in the constellation of Virgo. Heru (Horus), the son of Ausar (Osiris), and Auset (Isis) is our Sun. We see Horus on the horizon, every morning. He’s the rising Sun (Son). 

Sopdit (Sirius A) & Sopdu (Sirius B)

The Hidden One is Sopdu (Sirius B), which is 10,000 times dimmer than his feminine counterpart Sopdit (Sirius A/Horus in Sothis), yet equal to the mass of our Sun. Horus in Sothis is the state of potentiality, and possesses the key to the Lion’s Gate. Heru (Horus) is dawning in the underworld, and about to choose his path. The Lion Path: You Can Take it With You, by author Musaios, uses the butterfly in the chrysalis example. The butterfly creates a cocoon similar to Ausar (Osiris) in mummified form. 

He goes through the initiation steps of the underworld in the book Coming Forth into Day, otherwise known as The Book of the Dead. While the great moon Sopdu (Sirius B) decides who is regenerated, Sopdit (Sirius A) regenerates those who pass their initiation. Sopdu (Sirius B) provides the power and Sopdit (Sirius A) provides nourishment in the chrysalis. 

The initiation starts after the death of Ausar (Osiris), who is regenerated in the duat (unlike purgatory). After achieving 70 hours, and a wave of 13 dual steps of development, with a single step at number 14, he can access the door to heaven. There is a total of 27 sessions, and they were represented in 9 steps, each with three levels. 

Nine gods occupy the steps while Ausar carries his own scales of ma’at (balance). This is the dark night of the soul. As above, so below, as within, so without; and so is the Law of Correspondence. 

These steps of the duat are the administrators of power; the 7 visible planets and their higher octaves. They are Wadjet (Uranus), Nephthys (Neptune), Anubis (Pluto), Pan, and Vulcan. The last two are dwarf planets near Pluto. Pan is extra-Plutonian, and Vulcan is infra-Mercurial. What does that mean to me, you might ask? Well, as Heru (Horus) climbs the initiation stairs in the duat, or dark night of the soul, so do we in the 3rd dimension. This is our soul’s journey, and the S/Hero’s Journey. Just as Khepra, the scarab beetle climbs to high noon and becomes Ra, after he bursts from his chrysalis. 

These stairs correspond with the powers of the planets and their higher octaves, which we access before birth. This combination becomes our birth chart. The 13th dual step is the Eye of Horus, Sopdu (Sirius B)’s power and Sothis (Sirius A)’s nourishing regeneration. This energy is accessible right before Heru (Horus) gets his wings and breaks through the chrysalis. There are three paths in the duat, Bardo or Berzakh (duat inter-state), but only one leads to the regenerative powers of Anubis (Pluto), in addition to the powers of the rays of Heru (Horus). The Book of the Three Paths, is under re-construction, for it dates back as far as the book, Coming Forth into Day. It teaches us how our ancestors perceived our developmental walk through life as well as our walk through the valley of the shadow of death.

We can take the Hippopotamus monster’s path that leads to disintegration of the soul. The soul is re-cycled back to the earth plane without choice. We can also take the cow’s path, which offers us an option of the path of regeneration while in the duat, if we have not already entered that path on earth. However, it is the Lion’s path that gives us both the powers of Sothis (Sirius), and that of Heru (Horus). So, it is not the path on the left, of the Hippo-monster, nor the cow’s path on the right, which is the unconscious dream state. It is the central path, which is the Lion’s Gate, that leads to higher consciousness.

 Sothis (Sirius) has a special relationship with Auset (Isis), who is Venus, Heru (Horus)’s mother. Sothis nourished him in the underworld as he was regenerated from his father’s energy to his own. He is the Lion of Judah. Sothis (Sirius) was with him as Hathor assisted. On a passage of the Coffin Texts, Utterance 6 reads:

The Lion’s Path, 

“Your Mother Sothis nurses you on the celestial horizon. As Isis she makes you bright and fair on this happy day”. ~(Pg 56)

The harmony of the spheres create windows of time when their celestial bodies generate combinations of light, which elevates our consciousness on a quantum level. An example was October 26, 1984 through March 20, 1989. All you have to do is study the children born with Anubis (Pluto) in Scorpio during those years. The aspects made by the outer bodies to the seven visible planets bends, and folds light energy in ways that are not present without these aspects. Since they slowly orbit the sun, we are forced to re-member what the ancients already knew. So, we are currently standing at the fork in the road. Which path do we take? Who dares to take the path of courage, of love and regeneration? 

Finally, as you receive your downloads, light codes, and upgrades, I’ll leave you with, “Dialouge Between the Disciple and a Master” from The Lion Path: You can Take it With You.

Disciple to Master: “What is love in it’s highest strength and power, in its height and greatness?”

Master to Disciple: “It’s height is as high as God in one sense, greater than the highest manifest

Godhead since Love contains the mysteries of even unmanifest divinity…

Love has poured itself into all and is the innermost cause of all things. 

                                      Even hell parasitizes on its power…Love is brighter

                                       than the sun, sweeter than food or drink and more 

                                       joyous than all joy, who attains is richer than any king on earth.”

Sheila T. Zimmerman ‘22


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