Did you know that the ancient Egyptians held the last days of our calendar year as sacred? In similar but different ways they honored their gods and prepared for rebirth.. and we have much to learn from them as we face possibilities of immense expansion and change.
What do we have to learn exactly? A lot.. but it's more a remembering.. as the Egyptian Pantheon does not hold itself as separate from us.. and many of us on this path likely have had past lives in places like Egypt and Sumeria.
First, we are at a place and time in collective consciousness where it is possible, supported and necessary to "Remember." This is the fundamental message that comes through for me from all the guides as we head to the close of 2019. NOW IS THE TIME.
Second to Remember what exactly? To Remember our connection to everyone and everything. To Remember how powerful we each are as creators and energetic beings. And.. to Remember that we are not doing this alone, we have a vast resource of astral power awaiting us to call upon it. NOW IS THE TIME.
Isis and Osiris want you to know that during these final days of our year.. they support you in revisioning.. in releasing.. and recreating.. your life and your soul's purpose on a cosmic level. You likely already have an inkling as to what this path might be for you. The are here to support you.. also to tell you to balance action and non action.. as they exist beyond the physical place.. so action in our 3d world is only a small aspect of the magic.
The broadcast for this solstice, includes a journey and meditation with a snow owl.. I hope that you enjoy!
Stonehenge at Solstice:
As I mention in the broadcast, there is some scientific doubt, about whether these early people knew of the astronomical alignment of the su moon and stars. They show us proof in their monuments, which are exactly aligned with these aspects. Here you see a photo of Stonehenge on Solstice.
Temple of Karnak at Solstice:
This Egyptian Temple is another example of the wisdom that is left for us to remember. Ancient built their structures in alignment with the sun, the moon and the stars.... as they understood the power of these celestial alignments. The Temple of Karnak is unique it its ability to transcend time. The key difference between Karnak and most of the other temples and sites in Egypt is the length of time over which it was developed and used. Construction of temples started in the Middle Kingdom and continued into Ptolemaic times. Approximately thirty pharaohs contributed to the buildings, enabling it to reach a size, complexity, and diversity not seen elsewhere.
Although destroyed, it also contained an early temple built by Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten), the pharaoh who later would celebrate a near monotheistic religion he established that prompted him to move his court and religious center away from Thebes. It also contains evidence of adaptations, where the buildings of the Ancient Egyptians were used by later cultures for their own religious purposes.
One noteworthy aspect of Karnak is the Hypostyle Hall in the Precinct of Amun-Re, a hall area of 50,000 sq ft. The image above recording solstice alignments is of the Hypostyle Hall. The image below if of the Hypostyle Hall itself.
Egyptian Goddess of Isis:
Isis is the ancient Egyptian goddess of magic, fertility and motherhood, and death, healing and rebirth. Her first born son was by Osiris, their son was Horus. In Egyptian, she was known as Auset, Aset or Eset, words that were often associated with the word throne.
In many depictions, she is seen as a woman with wings expanded and outstretched... making her the goddess of the wind.
She is also shown as a woman wearing a long sheath dress with and empty throne on her headdress. This symbolized her husband’s absence following his death and her role as seat of the power of the pharaoh.
She is also shown merging with the Goddess Hathor.. and in this depiction she is also seen as a woman with a headdress of a solar disc and cow horns.
Isis became the most of powerful of all the gods and goddesses in ancient Egypt – a throne originally held by the Sun god, Ra. She is potentially the embodiment and depiction of the primordial goddess in Egyptian Culture.
Egyptian Images of Osiris:
In Ancient Egypt the Light of the World, the insightful nineteenth-century scholar, thinker, and elucidator of the mysteries of ancient Egypt, Gerald Massey, says this of the Djed column:
[. . .] the tat pillar [. . .] was founded in the winter solstice as the figure of a stability that was to be eternal. In the mythos the tat is a type of the sun in the winter solstice that has the power of returning from the lowest depth and thus completing the eternal road. In the eschatology it is the god in person as Ptah-Sekeri or Osiris, the backbone and support of the universe. Horus erecting the tat in Sekhem was raising Osiris from the sepulchre, the father re-erected as the son in the typical resurrection and continuity of the human spirit in the after life. 190.
We have a few more spaces for the goddess consciousness course. Our Ship sails full of like minded goddesses on December 26th in alignment with the eclipse!
It is a year long journey together.
Big changes for big times :)
Lisa Marie Haley