Delve into the powerful undercurrents of Egyptian magick and be forever changed. This book presents authentic rituals to invoke the gods. Step into their hidden realm, where true gnosis and healing are found.
A deeply spiritual experience unfolds as you begin to invoke the deities of ancient Egypt. Discover your true magickal name, create a doorway into other dimensions, receive messages from the Neteru, and become one with the gods once again.
—Call upon Isis for boundless love —Invoke the warrior goddess Sekhmet for protection —Summon Nut to unleash your creativity —Reconnect with Hathor, Osiris, and many other gods and goddesses
Combining elegant rites with an evocative description of each deity’s myths, this book invites you to begin a soul-level transformation and awaken to your own strength, power, and divinity.
Begin a soul-level transformation and awaken to your own strength, power, and divinity by communicating with the Egyptian Gods. Judith Page and Ken Biles, co-authors of Invoking the Egyptian Gods, discuss how and why these energies are so powerful and restorative.
What you will need:
Oil of frankincense, incense, charcoal, goblet of wine or beer, fruit juice, or water, two white candles, a statue or picture of the Neter (optional but very useful).
Don your white robe and tie a red cord around your waist. This will be in respect of Isis, the Neter you will be invoking. Anoint wrists, temples, and throat with oil of frankincense. Light...
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