6 Aton and 38 Hapi

Aton

Aton

Aton, the sole sun god of Akhenaton, comes with Hapi, the god of the Nile River to tell you that cycles of change are upon you. If you think about it, the sun in our solar system has seen a lot in its time, lighting all of the planets that swirl around it. Just like the elders in your community, the sun has seen it all many times. The Nile has also seen and given life to the many people who have lived on her banks for thousands of years. If you are adrift in your own life, not knowing where you are going or having any sense of direction, find yourself an elder to mentor you. They have been in this very same condition, perhaps many times already. Let them share their wisdom with you. And if you are the elder, share that wisdom that you have because the young ones all need guidance, whether they know it or not!

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17 Mut and 53 Heru

Mut

Mut – Mother

Mut, the mother goddess of Ancient Egypt who protects her people, joins Heru, the hero god who is represented in person by every pharaoh. Together Mut and Heru tell you that whatever it is that you have to do to change your life, you have all that you need within you and that is backed up by the God of your understanding who has given you the exact gift that you need to accomplish this change. Whether you lack courage or you do not seem to have enough resources, these things will come to you as you progress forward. When you work with your God, there is no task too great or too small for the two of you together to do.

25 Amun and 54 Serket

Serket

Serket

Amun, the invisible god of the wind in Ancient Egypt, joins Serket, the scorpion goddess of healing and childbirth, to tell you that all great works begin in the invisible realm. Just as a new child begins in hiding, as a tiny speck in his mother’s womb, so all great ideas, works, and inventions begin with just a little thought. Each time you revisit this thought, it grows and you add to it what you learn from the world and what the God of your understanding whispers to you. When you have such an idea, check it for the effect it will have on others or on the world. If that effect is only to the highest good, feed it and help it to grow. You just may change the world for the better!

1 Shu and 28 Re

Shu

Shu

Shu, the Ancient Egyptian god of the element of Air, joins Re, the sun god who created all that exists to tell you the secret of this creation. Like Re, who spoke the world into being, you too can speak your life into being. The use of positive affirmations has long been recognized as a way to change one’s outlook from negative to positive. This also can go beyond into becoming the creator of your life. When you carefully design affirmations of the qualities and events you would like to unfold, you are taking steps toward this leaving the realm of possibilities and coming into being now, in the present.

36 Khnum and 37 Sobek

Khnum

Khnum

Khnum, the ram-headed god who creates with clay like a potter, joins Sobek, the crocodile-headed god who protects Egypt like he protects his children, by surrounding them nose to tail. Together they tell you that Flexibility, like the wet clay shaped by the potter’s skilled hands, when joined with careful Concentration, just as Sobek encircles his children are the combined forces that make creativity possible. If you are not flexible, like a pot that has already been fired, your creation will be brittle and can crack or break. If you are not careful, by completely surrounding your work process, you will overlook simple little things that can stop or destroy your work. Practice flexible concentration, and your work will have no limits.

2 Djed and 32 Heqet

Djed Pillar

Djed Pillar – Stability

The Djed pillar, which represents stability, and Heqet, the Ancient Egyptian goddess of prosperity through multiplication, tell you that a seeming pair of opposites can combine to bring you success. If you stay the same, and are somewhat stubborn, you will miss out on all the energy released wherever a great period of growth is going on. An example comes from the old West of America, where the person who stayed home missed out on the land rush where everyone was allowed to race to a spot and claim it. In order to take part in the rush, you are required to be vigilant in watching for signs of change. Once you spot a sign, you must be ready and willing to jump forward, just like the thousands of children Heqet bears each spring.

10 Djehuti and 17 Mut

Djehuti - Thoth

Djehuti – Thoth

Two Ancient Egyptian gods tell you that watching alone is not enough, you must also contemplate in order to learn and to be part of any situation. Djehuti, also called Thoth, is the scribe of the gods, credited with inventing not only writing, but also magic (the ability to manipulate energy). Mut, the great mother of Egypt and wife of Amun, is the guardian of all her children due to her keen eyesight. When you put vision together with contemplation, you have inspiration. Let the world of people and of nature teach you all that you need to know to live an honorable and complete life here on Earth.

20 Nebu and 39 Min

Nebu

Nebu

Min, the Ancient Egyptian fertility god, brings you the hieroglyph, Nebu, which stands for gold. When you work in the earth as a farmer, you may feel far away from the riches owned by those in the great cities. However, the cities would fail if there were no farmers to raise the crops to sustain the lives of people and their animals. So not all gold is made of metal. It is what you value most, and might seem to be the simple things in life.

42 Ptah and 43 Geb

Ptah

Ptah

Ptah, the great engineer who separated the water from dry land, comes today with Geb, father Earth who represents the land itself. The Ancients were very careful in their ownership of the land, and had to find ways to mark it for when it was covered by the Nile during the annual flooding. As you go through your life, remember that there are places that you have left your mark. This could be the home you lived in as a child, the school where you learned a trade, or the place you built for your own business. Whatever places you call your own, remember that you are merely the proprietor for a time. You will pass along and someone will come behind you. As you are the steward of what you consider to be your land, care for it well for the generations to come.

1 Shu and 17 Mut

Shu

Shu

Shu, the Ancient Egyptian god of the element air, and Mut, one of two goddesses who protect Ancient Egypt, come together to let you know that communication can bring protection. Air, or the sky itself, is the home of the vulture, the totem of Mut. Having eyesight as good or better than an eagle, the vulture watches from high above. Where communication comes in is this; you need to communicate with others so they will know where you will be, a form of human level protection. You must also communicate through prayer with the God of your understanding what you need to progress in life and in your spiritual path. Keeping God in your mind and heart as you grow in experience and wisdom brings a form of protection unavailable otherwise.