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Ancient Egypt Amulets

In ancient Egypt magic and spirituality were part of everyday life. It was known that negative entities were responsible for many ailments. Because of this knowledge it was known that if you healed the soul the body would follow. Many treatments were supernatural in origin. Many healers used incantations and magic to treat these ailments. Most cures were derived from plant and animal sources. The ingredients were chosen based on the symptoms of the patient. This is the principle of “simila similibus” which means “similar with similar” and can be found throughout the history of medicine. Modern homeopathy was built on this foundation. Amulets were especially popular. They had amulets that classified as homeopoetic, phylactic and theophoric. Homeopoetic amulets usually portray an animal or part of an animal. They are worn so the wearer can gain the positive attributes of the animal. An example of this could be strength or speed. Phylactic amulets protect the wearer against negative entities. A popular example of this would be the Eye of Horus. Theophoric amulets represent Egyptian Gods. An example would be people wore amulets of The Girdle of Isis, this was intended to stem the flow of blood at miscarriage. These were usually made of bone and hung from a leather strap.


Anubis was regarded as the God of death. He is the oldest and most popular ancient Egyptian God. He was so highly regarded because he had tremendous power over not only their spiritual bodies, but their physical bodies as well when they died. Osiris later took over a lot of these myths as God of death. Anubis was actually a Guardian of the scales. He decided the fate of souls. In the Book of the Dead Anubis weighs the descendants heart against the weight of a feather. The feather represents truth, of purity. If the heart is heavier the person would be consumed by Ammit, a female demon and recycled back here. If the scale tipped toward the feather Anubis would lead the descendent to Osiris so they could ascend to heaven. How will your heart weigh?

Who Is God?

Someone just asked me to describe the concept of God. As you see many religions have tried to describe this concept, in fact entire religious books have been written trying to express the meaning of God. What you are seeking is a Source energy. The entire Universe is made up of this energy. It makes up everyone and everything. It is intelligent infinity.
Maybe we should go back to how people were actually made. This planet was seeded by extraterrestrials, they made people, and are our Guardians. That is why I dislike the word God, because it reminds me of Egypt. In Egypt they came to teach the people, but to their dismay these people worshipped them as Gods. This altered our entire history. This is why I prefer words such as the Creator, Elohim, or The Divine. If your looking outside of yourself for God, you won’t find it. It’s a Source energy you seek and it’s within you and within everyone. So if you want to find God you can be nicer to people, because everyone else is God. This Source energy is going to be a love energy. So where there is hate there is very little of it, and where there is love there is infinite amounts of it.