It explains the Kabala as it was practiced in Ancient Egypt, Canaan, a Dravidian India thousands of years before the advent of Hebraism. For the first time the public will learn how to receive (KBL) the prophetic messages from the intelligences (emanations) represented by the spheres of the Tree of Life, through the 70 card oracle system of the book. In a clear a straightforward manner--without the use of spreads--the oracle reveals which divine intelligence is in charge of the event inquired about, a prescribes the words of power, a force carriers (gemstones, incense a herbs esoterically used) that are specific to the qintelligenceq controlling the situation. The book also includes nine chapters on meditation a ritual, detailing step by step the means of inducing mediumistic, a waking trance (Samadhi) to enable the reader to transform the oracular insights into reality. To aid this process, the musical scores of the mantras, based on the ancient Raga scales, are given. Unprecedented insight into the Deities of Egypt is revealed by the unique correspondences made between them a the spheres a principles of the Tree of Life.The book also includes nine chapters on meditation aamp; ritual, detailing step by step the means of inducing mediumistic, aamp; waking trance (Samadhi) to enable the reader to transform the oracular insights into reality.
|Title||:||Metu Neter: The great oracle of Tehuti and the Egyptian system of spiritual cultivation|
|Author||:||Ra Un Nefer Amen|
|Publisher||:||Kamit Publications - 1994-01-01|