Showing posts from September, 2011

How to Improve your Intuition!

Trusting Your Intuition  Let’s look at “Intuition” in its strict dictionary definition. Oxford English Dictionary defines Intuition as: “immediate insight or understanding without conscious reasoning” it also uses the synonyms “instinct” and “inspiration.” There is a class at Harvard called, "How to be Happy" the trick the professor said was to make sure your current moment matches your longterm virtue and values— for true happiness. Here is a story of Telepathy about a mother and son. The son could not see, but while taking an eye exam the boy who could not see, suddenly saw the eye chart through his mother's eyes. Telepathy occurs most commonly with people strongly bonded.

Keep a journal of your dreams Ask one question before you go to sleep and write the answers down in the morning. Keep an eye out for a hit, or hunch to act on. Intuition is not something well thought out, it comes in fast, flying in from collective consciousness. You can analyze them before taking acti…

The "Ten Commandments" originated in Egypt

By Kelly Granite Enck

The Vignette of the Weighing of the Heart of the Scribe Ani, The Book of the Dead, holds 7 of our Ten Commandments.

Thoth-Hermes Thoth-Hermes, is referred to by the Egyptian historan Iamblichus as "the first to teach the path to God." He landed in Egypt with a group of sacred scientists and builders, which Sanconiathon refers to as the "Serpent Tribe."

Iamblichus averred that Hermes was the author of medicine, chemistry, law, arc, astrology, music, rhetoric, Magic, philosophy, geography, mathematics (especially geometry), anatomy, and oratory. The Greeks similarly acclaimed Orpheus.

Investigators believe that it was Hermes who was known to the Jews as "Enoch," called by Kenealy the "Second Messenger of God." Hermes was accepted into the mythology of the Greeks, later becoming the Mercury of the Latins. He was revered through the form of the planet Mercury because this body is nearest to the sun: Hermes became known as the Me…

Parallels between Jesus and Thoth, an Egyptian God

By Kelly Granite Enck
Hermes also known as Thoth, was the architect of the Great Pyramid and the sage who began the Hermetic tradition.

After experiencing Egypt: feeling the magnitude of the Pyramids, the vibe of from the drawings in the tomb walls, and feeling the essence of God in the air, I wanted to write this blog about Jesus and the Egyptian connection.

I have become fascinated with the history of the Bible,  especially where our belief's originated. There are beautiful connection between Thoth and Jesus. Why not see them as one? Science has proven we are all individual electrons that act as part of an interconnected whole. I thought you might like this piece of the puzzle.

Hermes Trismegistus Hermeticism derives its name from the Greek name for Thoth, also known as Thoth-Hermes, Hermes Trismegistus, or Thrice-Great Hermes. Thoth is an Egyptian god who was believed to have invented writing and who is portrayed as a scribe, teacher, god of magic, and the "Psychopompos,&qu…

Hell is a Myth from Egypt!

What is the origin of Hell?
The notion of Hell was planted in nearly every human, but it is an Egyptian Myth! The River of Fire was not a negative experience, but a passing through for purification of the soul. Divine pardon at judgment was always a central concern for the Ancient Egyptians. The views of hell are based on six Ancient Egyptian texts: The Book of Two Ways (Book of the Ways of Rosetau), The Book of Amduat (Book of the Hidden Room, Book of That Which Is in the Underworld), The Book of Gates, The Book of the Dead (Book of Going Forth by Day), The Book of the Earth and The Book of Caverns.

Understanding Lucifer Is Lucifer another name for Satan?

Technically speaking, this question should come after "Who is Lucifer?"

The Fundamentalist/Literalist Christian version of the story goes something like this: God (called Yahweh in times past, but usually considered nameless by the Christian public) created all of the angels, among them Lucifer. Some Christians believe he was …