Fundamentals of Ancient Egyptian Religion and Spirituality

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Ra Un Nefer Amen discusses excerpts from his books: Metu Neter volumes 1-3, Nuk Au Neter, Maat 11 Laws of God, Tree of Life Meditation, etc. The claim that the ancient Egyptians were polytheists who worshiped a sun god (Ra), their kings, and animal gods has prevented the world from benefitting from one of its greatest spiritual teachings. In reality their religion was based on the understanding that man is a divine and not a human being. Their spiritual practices consisted not in the worship of deities or men but in the cultivation (awakening and developing) of man’s divine attributes. The various ceremonies were parts of an initiation system that took man through a step by step developmental process of their divinity which was symbolized by Ausar (Osiris of the Greeks). The system of cultivation of their divine faculties was responsible for the stupendous accomplishments of their civilization. It is thus that they were the pioneers of mathematics, religion, science, astronomy, architecture, medicine, literature, and so on. We need not confine ourselves to admiring their greatness. We can put to use their spiritual wisdom to the improvement of our lives today. Join Ra Un Nefer Amen as he unfolds the wisdom of Kamit as detailed in the three volumes of the Metu Neter, and other books.

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