Sekhmet, the powerful daughter of the sun god, Re, joins Ausar, the god who created civilization and agriculture and who rules the afterlife. Together Fire or Light (Sekhmet) joins in the ultimate creation (humanity on Earth). Your part in this, as a child of the God of your understanding, is to be consciously aware of your ability to make positive changes as this creation unfolds. God is not through with creating yet, and you, as are all other people, are his agents. What you live, do and say does make a difference!
How can you tell who is telling the truth? The Ancient Egyptian Goddess Mayat brings the guardian of the Giza Plateau, the Great Sphinx, to give you an answer. The truth is best seen when it is observed from afar, objectively. Be sure that the words alone are not what you look at to determine if someone is fabricating or being truthful. Instead, the actions that precede or follow the words is what will tell you if the words are right or not. From the other side, make sure that you act out what is important to you, so that your actions will tell those you care to impress that you mean what you say
Today brings two goddesses whose passion is overflowing. One is Sekhmet, the daughter of Re who represents the sun at high noon. The other is HetHer (Hathor), the goddess of beauty and dance, whose passion for luxury is as wide as the daytime sky, which is her home. Together they let you know that whatever makes your heart sing, whether it be a hobby, a philosophy, or a project you are working on, is there to bring you the joy that you deserve. Open your heart wide and life life to the full!
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!
Nesu Bit is the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for the office of pharaoh, who was Egypt in one person. While pharaohs as a rule were males, there were some famous exceptions, such as Hatshepsut. The mythology of the story of Ausar (Osiris) put Auset (Isis) into the position of being both a regent and protector for the infant Heru (Horus). Whether you are male or female, life can give you a position or title. Wearing this title is more than just having a name tag on while you are at work. You have a responsibility and a delegated authority while fulfilling this role.
Two goddesses of Ancient Egypt bring you this message. Seshat is the goddess of writing and measurement and Tefnut is goddess of the element of water. Whatever you are tasked with recording by writing, Seshat encourages you to be accurate, making as many drafts as it takes to get it right – whether it is a report for your business or a personal letter. Tefnut adds that writing is like water, you must get into the flow and the words will come in a stream from some part of you that you did not tap into before.
Nuit, the Ancient Egyptian goddess of the night-time sky, brings you the hieroglyph, Shenu, which is a symbol for eternity. Nuit is depicted as a woman with indigo blue skin, stretched out over the earth balancing on her hands and feet. Across her belly are many golden stars, which are your ancestors looking down at you as you sleep. She holds the Shenu to let you know that one day you will join your ancestors in eternity. While you are here, all is temporary. Be sure to fill your days and dreams with the good you can do for all those around you, for one day you will be looking down on your descendants watching them continue their lives following after the trail you have made for them.
Mut was the consort of the Ancient Egyptian God, Amun. Together they ruled the heavens at the height of Egypt’s ancient empire. The Wadj is a papyrus staff held by goddesses to signify their power as spiritual leaders. Mut’s totem animal is the vulture, revered for it’s keen eyesight and for it’s protection of it’s young at all costs. As Mut shows you the source of her power, she asks you to look into yours. Do you credit the God of your understanding with your life and your own powers, or do you feel that you are a self-made person? Until you can answer this question, your power is diminished.
Two goddesses from Ancient Egypt come together to bring you this message. Mayat is the goddess of Truth and Righteousness, while Serket is the goddess of Writing and Measurement. They suggest to you that the best tool to track your spiritual growth is to keep a journal where you record your questions, the answers you have found, and the results of making changes in your attitude and your life. The measurement factor comes from reading your own journal at a later time. Read and search for patterns. Watch the time that elapses between making a change and the result that follows from that change. This information will guide you in your future choices to make the best possible choice.
Seshew, the kit of the scribe which represents the art of writing, and Nuit, the goddess of the night-time sky who is the heaven where the ancestors abide as the golden stars on her belly, bring you the thought that receiving messages from your ancestors is possible. The Ancients were very aware of their lineages and paid great attention to the funerary temples of their pharaohs, knowing they had become gods in the heavens. Your own personal ancestry is important in many ways. Beyond knowing the genetics, you should also know their accomplishments because they are the foundation upon which you can build your own future. Take some time to interview your elders or look them up in a genealogy database. What you learn might surprise you.