Navigating the Dark Night of the Soul


“In a real dark night of the soul it is always three o’clock in the morning, day after day.”
— F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Crack-Up


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Meaning and History

When someone is going through a particularly difficult time, we may say that he or she is having a “dark night of the soul.” During such a period, someone may be plunged into an emotional realm marked by feelings of despair, loss of meaning, and deep uncertainty about life and its purpose. According to author Eckhart Tolle, a dark night of the soul can be brought on by an external event, such as a natural disaster, a life-changing medical diagnosis, or the death of a loved one. It can also be brought on by an internal event, such as reaching a milestone birthday, “hitting bottom” with an addiction, or suddenly feeling like the sense of meaning attached to the life one has created thus far has disintegrated. While the dark night of the soul can be extremely painful, chaotic, and overwhelming, it can also be a time of transformation and rebirth, and one that spurs the discarding of that which is unnecessary, false, or obsolete.

The term “dark night of the soul” originally comes from a poem of the same name written by St. John of the Cross, a Spanish poet and Roman Catholic mystic who lived in the 16th century. The overarching theme of St. John’s poem is how people encounter painful experiences as they reach toward spiritual evolution and connection with the divine. St. John’s poem is divided into two books that illustrate the two phases of the dark night of the soul: first, the healing of the senses, and second, the healing of the spirit. In this context, healing is achieved through a process of “purification.” One way of looking at this is that, in dark times, we are challenged to the point where we come into contact with the very essence of our senses and spirit — and there is power in this.

It is interesting to note that St. John was enduring his own dark time when he wrote the poem, as he penned it while serving time in prison due to disagreements with the Carmelite Order over his reformations. A few years after the poem was written, St. John wrote a treatise of the same name that gave a theological explanation of the poem.

The Influence of the Dark Night of the Soul in Modern Life

St. John’s concept of the dark night of the soul has influenced and inspired many writers, artists, thinkers, spiritual leaders, and people in the field of psychology, such as psychiatrist Carl Jung and American Buddhist nun, teacher, and author Pema Chödrön. One reason for this may be that while the original poem was religious in nature, it touches upon a universal, existential experience. Several myths that predated St. John’s poem also describe a similar type of “psychic descent,” such as the descent of Inanna and Persephone’s plunge into the Underworld.

“I’m no Pollyanna, but what I’ve learned about the dark night is that it can organically incubate something drastically unexpected — and good— if you have the proper support.”
— Judith Orloff, M.D.

Carl Jung and the Alchemy of the Night Sea Journey



Carl Jung extrapolated St. John’s idea by incorporating stages from the medieval art of alchemy — a scientific, philosophical, and esoteric tradition practiced in Egypt, China, India, and several other parts of the world. Alchemy focused on attempting to purify and transform substances; perhaps most famously, transforming lead into gold. Alchemical stages described the physical changes that the substance underwent as the alchemists experimented with it. Jung used these alchemical stages as a metaphor to describe the psychological process of navigating the dark night of the soul—or, as Jung described it, the “night sea journey.”

Specifically, Jung related the night sea journey to the alchemical stage called nigredo, or blackening. In this stage, the substance undergoing change is blackened by fire so it can be purified and broken down to its most basic constituents, also known as the prima materia. Psychologically speaking, this is when a disruptive event causes us to turn inward; shed our outside, public-facing self; and confront the most basic parts that make us up, both light and dark. This is when we enter the dark, bewildering inner world of the unconscious, where we encounter what Jung called our shadow, or the previously unexplored “dark side” of our personality.

In his book Alchemical Psychology: Old Recipes for Living in a New World, psychologist and author Thom F. Cavalli, Ph.D., writes: “…Your garden, laboratory, church, or temple is not the place to find the prima materia used in personal alchemy. Rather, a good place to begin the search is in our mess, our crisis, our broken dreams, our worst nightmare, disasters — all those horrible experiences that are associated with the shadow aspects of life. That is where we are most vulnerable and most apt to summon up the courage to make dramatic changes.”

During this stage, as we confront our disowned or suppressed shadow, we may also start to let go of attachment to our outward identity and “worldly objects” such as our body, material objects, job titles, etc. When we start to let go of the outer layers, we start to become more deeply acquainted with our full selves, and we also can become more in tune with our intuition. According to Dr. Cavalli, the work of the nigredo stage is to integrate both the darkness and light in our lives.


  • 92eb341909e83629eff09cbbeb7ea253.png?width=320The Ancient Greek aphorism "know thyself" or "gnothi seauton" (Greek: γνῶθι σεαυτόν, transliterated: gnōthi seauton; also ... σαυτόν … sauton with the ε contracted), is one of the Delphic maxims

    The aphorism may have come from Luxor in Ancient Egypt. Pre-Socratics like Thales of Miletus and Pythagoras of Samos are thought by some to have had ancient Egyptian influences, according to Greek folklore and later writers including Aristotle

    There are two parts of the ancient Luxor Temple, the External Temple, where the beginners were allowed to enter and the Internal Temple where a person was only allowed to enter after proven worthy and ready to acquire more knowledge and insights. One of the proverbs of the External Temple is "The body is the house of God." That is why it is said: "Man, know thyself".[4] In the Internal Temple, one of the many proverbs is "Man, know thyself, and you are going to know the gods".[5]


An example of this might be someone who has a crisis of identity after losing a job. The time after the loss may force the person to confront not only feelings about being fired but also those about who he or she was in the job, and what the job meant. Time spent in reflection may unearth suppressed “shadow” material — such as how the person may have become addicted to overwork to push away a sense of loneliness and low self-esteem. He or she may need to fully experience these feelings at the “bottom” and seek support for them to emerge from the job loss and its ensuing identity crisis with greater self-knowledge and possibly a newer, more authentic identity. Therefore, when the darkness of the shadow comes to consciousness, it can be integrated with the light (or the more conscious, life-affirming qualities of a person). This, in turn, can drive the person forward into making more informed choices that truly support his or her authenticity, wholeness, and well being.



Pema Chödrön and Cultivating a Different Relationship with Difficult Emotions

Pema Chödrön has also written extensively on navigating the dark night of the soul and its accompanying emotions such as fear, anger, jealousy, bitterness, grief, shame, and hardheartedness. One of her core tenets is that difficult emotions can be used to develop greater courage, compassion, and wisdom.

Some of Chödrön’s prescriptions for walking through the dark night of the soul and utilizing this time for personal development include:

  1. Becoming intimate with fear

In her book When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times, Chödrön writes: “Fear is a natural reaction to moving closer to the truth.” Instead of avoiding it, which is what we are so often predisposed to doing, Chödrön suggests that we explore our fear, as “it will nevertheless introduce us to all the teaching we’ve ever heard or read.” By becoming intimate with fear, it induces humility, steers us to become more present and receptive, and brings us closer to our heart, advises Chödrön.

  1. Meditating

According to Chödrön, meditation can also assist us during difficult times, as it helps us to develop compassion (or “loving-kindness”) for ourselves and others. When we meditate, we can develop specific qualities of loving-kindness, such as expansion of our ability to be with our experience (i.e., distress tolerance), and becoming more attentive to the present.

  1. Practicing tonglen

Chödrön is a strong advocate of the meditative breathing practice of tonglen, which is a Tibetan term whose literal meaning is “sending and taking.” The practice originally hails from India; it migrated to Tibet in the 11th century. Practicing tonglen does not require that one identify as Buddhist, and it can be done either informally, such as when you’re in the middle of an argument, or formally, such as when you carve out time to practice it in its official four-stage process. In essence, it is a practice that helps to develop compassion and understanding for self and others. It also helps to calm the mind and body.

Basically, the practice of tonglen is where you focus on taking in pain and difficult feelings during inhalation, and then focus on sending out compassion, spaciousness, and relaxation during exhalation. Rather than pushing away our own pain or that of others, tonglen encourages us to be present with it and to cultivate tolerance and compassion through the alchemy of the breath.


A Few Words of Wisdom

The concept of using the dark night of the soul to cultivate oneself, as it is presented here, is not intended to negate or candy-coat the very real sense of devastation that can happen after a major loss or trauma. Rather, it can serve as a roadmap to help navigate a difficult experience.

To that end, particularly in the case of major depression or trauma, while it may certainly be helpful to work with the concepts and tools mentioned above, it is also advisable to seek professional help. According to psychiatrist, professor, and author Judith Orloff, M.D., it is critical to seek support during the dark night, and it can be especially helpful to find a therapist who is open to honoring the sacred, transformative potential of this time.



c32f4570e10ec5a5e994a215c8170660.jpg?width=3201476376?profile=originalPsalm 23:4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

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Sources (for Navigating the Dark Night of the Soul)

Descent to the Goddess: A Way of Initiation for Women by Sylvia Brinton Perera, M.A.

Alchemical Psychology: Old Recipes for Living in a New World by Thom F. Cavalli, Ph.D.

When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times by Pema Chödrön

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

Dark Night of the Soul by Kaye Gersch, Ph.D.

Dark Nights of the Soul — A Guide to Finding Your Way Through Life’s Ordeals by Thomas Moore, Ph.D.

Dark Night of the Soul by St. John of the Cross

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    Thomas M. Scott, Doctoral Dissertation: Egyptian Elements in Hermetic Literature
    Thomas M. Scott, Doctoral Dissertation: Egyptian Elements in Hermetic Literature

    and remember :    The vehicle at work here is associative thinking which act as keys to unlock a primeval human sense ( .... and it takes practice ) 



    § The Revelations - Soul 111 §









    There is an essential fluidity within this realm, and within it one can either swim or construct a boat to navigate across this region, one can harpoon ideas that manifest themselves as thought form, one can either net or be netted by such.

    9609065463?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration : abt

    It is also the case that within this realm will be found the eternal spirits of those who went before, these can be sought out and their secret stores of knowledge accessed, something of a sandbox approach.

    The ritual instruction involves entering into the world of utter darkness, this in itself can also be taken as the realm of the imagination from which all creative thought emerges

    Gods, definitively, are fond of symbolical meaning....;)
    Taittirœya Br. 



    The melancholy humour when it is stirred up, burns and stirs up a madness conducing to knowledge and divination, especially if it is helped by any celestial influx, particularly of Saturn … By melancholy, says Aristotle, some men are made as it were divine, foretelling things to come, and some men are made poets. ~ Agrippa 


    cave painting is circa 10000 BC and is from Val Camonica, Italy.


    The Chamber of Darkness also pertains to the second externality, the underworld Through this aspect, the writer establishes a relationship with writers who went before and who are now ‘excellent spirits’ transfigured from their mortality to become pure spirits of enunciation ... book of thoth

    Effective is the one who takes possession for himself of the storeroom of the spirits.

    Spell 1130 .. At the end of this journey They become one with Thoth...


     9609125477?profile=RESIZE_400xHékau "magic", with Sia "perception, imagination" and Hou "creative expression", are next to Re in the solar boat...


    Nki ( sumer ) was the god of intelligence (gestú, literally "ear"), creation, crafts; magic; water, seawater and lakewater (a, aba, ab


    in the Book of Thoth, Generally in this text , craftsman is a broader term encompassing the office of “prophet” as well.


    Craftsman Transliteration: kau-ti like He-Kau / He-Ka


    kA.t  = Translation english : vulva, vagina

     “Let one open for me the well/nurse [ẖnm.t] which unites with the wise ones that I may drink from its sweet water. The vulva [ꜣtty.t] which is as a nurse [ll.t] for the learned one, may I enter into its doorposts”

    note the echo of ꜣty, ‘net’, in ꜣtty, ‘vulva’.

    122 Formula for going in after going out 



       Transliteration a magical formula (?) : Henen-henen-henen


      § Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow - Funkadelic §

      9550837057?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration : aa, aa-t

      the Ass referred to here is Ra; the Ass was regarded in one aspect as a solar animal because of his great virility.

      what happens if i add eM to it .... M aa-t


      9553526262?profile=RESIZE_400x9549539054?profile=RESIZE_400x ‘Let one say to me the work of the fist, the hand which labors on the divine writings’.” The reference to a fist grasping a pen here evokes Atum’s primordial act of masturbation ... book of thoth


      oh forgot .... meet eater of the ass (wtf ) or (eater of the phallus) :p



      “Get thee back, Hai, thou impure one, thou abomination of Osiris! Thoth hath cut off thy head....


      • so if he cut off its head then Am-aa loses its head and becomes M-aa

      9565950669?profile=RESIZE_180x1809565957675?profile=RESIZE_180x180 On the active side of the Ceremonial Dagger, a Lotus is represented with its top pointing outward . This to indicate the use of the Dagger is only permitted to protect Life, Light and Love, symbolized by the Blue Lotus

      § Shazam §

      9552090664?profile=RESIZE_400xthat hieroglyph  also has the phonetic value of Maāt, is described by some as a “cubit,” i.e., the measure of a cubit, and by others as a “flute”


      “On thy face [O fiend], and devour me not, for I am pure, and I am with the time which cometh of itself.... He that slayeth [thee] there is in the form of the Eye of Horus, and I have driven thee away as thou wast advancing, and I have vanquished thee by the winds of my mouth.

      23 Formula for opening the mouth of a man in the underworld.

      77 Formula for taking the form of a falcon of gold

      167 Formula for fetching a wedjat-eye


      O thou Eater of those who commit sins, who dost plunder and spoil, I have [committed] no sin; therefore, let my palette and the writings with hostile charges [against me upon them] be given unto me. I have done no wrong in the presence of the sovereign princes, therefore shoot not thy [venom] at me. I give, do thou take according to what I order; snatch me not away, and eat me not, for I am the lord of life, the Prince (Life, Health, Strength!) of the horizon.”



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      यद॒द्य सू॑र्य॒ ब्रवोऽना॑गा उ॒द्यन्मि॒त्राय॒ वरु॑णाय स॒त्यम् । व॒यं दे॑व॒त्रादि॑ते स्याम॒ तव॑ प्रि॒यासो॑ अर्यमन्गृ॒णन्त॑: ॥
      यदद्य सूर्य ब्रवोऽनागा उद्यन्मित्राय वरुणाय सत्यम् । वयं देवत्रादिते स्याम तव प्रियासो अर्यमन्गृणन्तः ॥
      yad adya sūrya bravo 'nāgā udyan mitrāya varuṇāya satyam | vayaṃ devatrādite syāma tava priyāso aryaman gṛṇantaḥ ||

      English translation:

      Sūrya, when rising today, declare the trutḥ to Mitra and Varuṇa, that we are void of sin; may we, Aditi,be (approved of) among the gods; praising you, Aryaman*, may we be dear to you.” Rig Veda 7.60.1

      * Ārya (आर्य, “the noble-one”):—One of the names of Sarasvatī, the Hindu goddess of speech, eloquence and all forms of knowledge. ( for more see page 2 )

      Egyptian Hieroglyphics Dictionary - Magical Formula - Code Of The Ancients
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    The Ancient Egyptian Obsession With Sex , Death | Rebirth



    9530739467?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration: rem em maa-t

    Truth:Mystery of Mem )

    We can see the idea of life and death even more evidently in the Hebrew word for truth, eMet ( or emu.t /  em maa-t ;) ), which is made up of the first, middle and last letter of the Hebrew alphabet - Mem being the middle letter. In this word, Mem is the mediator between life and death, since the first two letters of the word spell em (mother - the beginning of life), and the last two letters spell met (death)

    The real Egyptian name of Book of the Dead  was expressed in hieroglyphs transliterated as rw nw prt eM hrw, which was translated by various early European scholars as, ‘manifested in the light’  


    the bird between the two mounds means : rooster .... Rooster or Cock is a term for an adult male bird  ;)

    9533319254?profile=RESIZE_180x180symbol of hrms : rooster

    and among other titles we find him called

    • Twice great,”gods1-4133.jpg,
    • and “Thrice great,”gods1-4134.jpg.


    • “him that is chief of five”

    271px-Caryb%C3%A8%2C_rilievi_degli_orixas%2C_1968%2C_ax%C3%B9.JPG?width=77&profile=RESIZE_180x180Djehuty/Thoth = iry n mri nTrwt =Who does what the Goddesses love .....

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    Transliteration (  sexual delights, love pleasures) : NetchM-e Mu.t / Netch Mem u.t


    Transliteration( Death ) : mu.t, mi.t


    • Mut, also known as Maut and Mout, was a mother goddess worshipped in ancient Egypt. Mut was considered a primal deity, associated with the primordial waters of Nu from which everything in the world was born. great and mighty divine Mother; Goddess of the sky; Caretaker of the dead; She from Whom the divine entities come forth; great sorceress; Mistress of Heaven; Eye of Ra. 


    59 Formula for drinking water in the underworld


    The Egyptian goddess Mut pours water from the sycamore tree over the deceased and his soul.

    Transliteration ( to make pleasant, to heal, to make happy ): s-netch em


    • Atum's semen was the origin of the world, and masturbation the act of creation.




    Transliteration Mai (Mi)


    Transliteration ari-netchemm-t-am-henen


    Transliteration a magical formula (?) : Henen-henen-henen


    Letter He ( hey )


    the story of Osiris and Isis which also happened to be the origin of fellatio which symbolizes life in Egypt. Isis Blew and breathed life ( em ) into it  




    In this case "Breath of her mouth" ;)9529776870?profile=RESIZE_400x

    Transliteration Neb[t] Netchemtchem


    Transliteration Nthehtheh em


    The hieroglyphicgods1-4187.jpg, which also has the phonetic value of Maāt, is described by some as a “cubit,” i.e., the measure of a cubit, and by others as a “flute,” which would, presumably, be made of a reed


    § Igor Gonya - Virtue §


    Osiris, the King of the Wood :)


    ps : Studies of the Sami languages of Norway, Sweden and Finland, conclude that the languages have anywhere from 180 snow- and ice-related words and as many as 300 different words for types of snow...

    what does this have anything to do with ancien egypt : from what i can gather , the ancient egyptians had 15 different words for masturbation

    and 10 different ones for "seed of men" , 4 of love pleasures  etc....


    Transliteration: netchemnetchemiu 


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    9498898672?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration : Mu or Mi

     9549561283?profile=RESIZE_400xNote what is  resting between her boobs ....


     Where does the nickname 's-natch'  ( s-netch em ) for a woman's vulva come from?


    When a true lover of God goes into a tavern, the tavern becomes his chamber of prayer ( 40 rules of Love )


    9528786467?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration : Netch

    A Sufi proverb states,  “There is healing (  s-netch em  ) in a woman’s vagina ( s-natch )”


    5. Let one open for me the well/nurse [ẖ-nm.t] which unites with the wise ones that I may drink from its sweet water. The vulva [tty.t] which is as a nurse [ll.t] for the learned one, may I enter into its doorposts,”.... AE Book of Thoth,Jasnow & Zauchich 2005 

    • 9542651453?profile=RESIZE_584xTefnut is a deity of moisture, moist air, dew and rain in Ancient Egyptian religion.


       Kat Tefnut


      The Sufis know the Mihrab to be a visual symbol of an abstract concept: the transcendent vagina of the female aspect of divinity. In Sufism, woman is the ultimate secret, for woman is the soul.

      The world famous Islamic Sufi poet Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi (1207 - 1273) writes: "Woman is the radiance of God; she is not your beloved. She is the Creator—you could say that she is not created.” ( Divine Feminine as Khatun-i-Qiyamat (Lady of Resurrection) )


      § Herb Alpert - Rise §


      "The King of the World was sitting on the water with His four associate angels (chahar malak-i muqarrab) when they suddenly saw the Pure Substance of Hadrat-i Razbar, the Khatun-i Qiyamat (Lady of the Resurrection). She brought out from the sea a round loaf of bread (kulucha), and offered it to the King of the World.


      sounds familiar ....


      1 23: Unas has united himself to the Moist,
      Unas unites himself with the Beautiful One.
      and she gives bread to Unas
       Unas goes around the sky like Re, he traverses the sky like Thoth.



      oh yeah.... the four angels : These four Mummiform gods main task was to protect the canopic jars that held internal organs of the deceased after the mummification of the body.... in Spell 125 of the Book of the Dead, they are seen as having sprung from a lotus flower (Blue Lilly). each god for the safekeeping of particular human organs: the stomach, intestines, lungs, and liver*

      in Jewish Liturgy "God scrutinizes the Entrails( 4 ) and Heart ( 1 ) [of men]"



      Transliteration: netch-ti


      To the Mesopotamians, the liver was the body's premier organ, the seat of the human soul and emotions .... even today , certain arabe culture use this term "liver : Kebda" in one form or another as a term of endearment ....

      K-B-D (Hebrew: כ-ב-ד‎; East Semitic K-B-T; Arabic: ك-ب-د‎) is a triliteral Semitic root with the common meaning of to "be heavy", and thence "be important; honour, majesty, glory".

      The basic noun formed from the root means "liver", "interior", "soul" in most Semitic languages

      In Egyptian mythology, Imseti (also transcribed Imset, Amset, Emsety, Mesti, and Mesta) was associated with the canopic jars, specifically the one which contained the liver. Unlike his brothers, Imsety was not associated with any animal and was always depicted as human.....Imsety was under the protection of Isis, the goddess of love, the moon, magic and healing He is also associated with the male god Osiris

      • When Daniel first describes Gabriel ( Archangel ), he says that the angel looks like a man (Da 8:15).

      s-netch em


       Mudra for liver ailments


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      Menȧt, gods1-4323.jpg, an emblem of joy and pleasure. 9390338895?profile=RESIZE_400x

      Song of Solomon 5

      I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice. I have eaten my honeycomb and my honey; I have drunk my wine and my milk. Friends Eat, friends, and drink; drink your fill of love. 2I sleep, but my heart is awake. A sound! My beloved is knocking: “Open to me, my sister, my darling, my dove / my swallow, my flawless one. My head is drenched / Moist with dew, my hair with the dampness of the night.”… 


      59 Formula for drinking water in the underworld

      158: Re-Atum, Unas comes to you, an Imperishable Spirit, Lord of Dispensation in the site of the four papyrus columns. Your son comes to you, this Unas comes to you, that you (both) may stride over the sky, united in darkness, that you may rise on the horizon in the place where you like to be. (south wall )

      149: your arms are (those of) Hapy and Duamutef, which you need to ascend to heaven, and you ascend, your legs are (those of) Imsti ( protected by the goddess Isis ) and Qebehsenuf  ("He who refreshes his brothers"- protected by the goddess Serket the scorpion goddess. ), which you need to descend to the lower heaven, and you descend. (south wall )


      Imsety - human form - direction South - protected the liver  



      My beloved is to me a sachet of myrrh resting between my breasts.


      Transliteration me-ntch



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      Egyptian Hieroglyphics Glyph Group Search - Code Of The Ancients
      Egyptian Hieroglyphics Glyph Group Search
    • funny coincidence or not ;) :


      Transliteration liver : mest


      Transliteration the mystical Leg in Sekhet-Aaru : Mest-t


      220px-Sekhmet.svg.png?profile=RESIZE_180x180spelled Sakhmet, Sekhet, Sakhet

      149:  your legs are (those of) Msti ( protected by the goddess Isis ) and Qebehsenuf ("He who refreshes his brothers"- protected by the goddess Serket the scorpion goddess. )

      9536281470?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration thighs : mestti

      9596010656?profile=RESIZE_180x180taken from goddess nut


      Sekhet-Aaru ... known also as sḫt-jꜣrw or the Field of Reeds, is the heavenly paradise where Osiris rules.


      According to the Nagara- sarvasva , Ka-Ma-deva moved gradually up the left side of the body from the toe( padagra ) (through the leg, thigh, uterus, abdomen, breast, palm, neck, lip cheek eye, and ear) to the top of the head ( sırsa )



      Transliteration: Mest-t   ;)



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      Egyptian Hieroglyphics Dictionary - Liver - Code Of The Ancients
      Egyptian Hieroglyphics Dictionary - Liver


      note the two flowers ( lotus / lily )... also holding crown of the south : hedjet ( Imsety - human form - direction South - protected the liver   ) , Transliteration  basket, offering basket : neb or n-ab


      Transliteration: s-netchem ab


      Note what is  resting between her breasts ( Transliteration me-ntch )....


      Who is the Ancient Goddess Urt-Hekau..... She was an embodiment of Isis in the form of a serpent, it was her form in the night boat, as her powerful magical spells would protect Ra on his journey. From Budge ‘Gods of ancient Egypt Vol I’. It states that Urt-Hekau is the ‘protective power of the Eye of Horus.’

      From Budge Gods of ancient Egypt Vol II . It has a short passages from the text of Pepi I (line 100 ff.) “Hail, Nut in whose head appear the Two Eyes (i.e., Sun and Moon), thou hast taken possession of Horus and art his Urt-hekau (i.e., mighty one of words of power), thou hast taken possession of Set and art his Urt-hekau.” – This passage gives us further clues;..... her name contained the word for magic ‘Heka’ but rather interestingly this word ‘Heka’ contains yet another word ‘Ka.’ Now the Ka is very important in ancient Egypt, we can best translate this word for the soul. There is also something known as the ‘kau-spirits.’ It also has yet another interesting note when we read about the goddess Nephthys; That Nephthys possessed magical powers like Isis, and Urt-Hekau, ‘Mighty one of words of powers’ was as much a title for this goddess as of her husband, Set-Nubti. Urt-Hekau is also known as a lioness goddess( just like sekhet ;) ).

      set-nubti....set n-ab.t




      86 Formula for taking the form of a swallow


      Transliteration ( concubines, harlots) : netchemnetchemit


      Transliteration (  a god ) : Netchem


      • 2. There is a lake named Ramyasaras, O Brāhmaṇa, at that place. It bestows all desired things. The beautiful wives of Devas sport about there always.

      9550647266?profile=RESIZE_180x180§ A mr Di ab - Tamally Maak (Dim Zach & Deem edit) §


        3. By taking his holy bath in the Tīrtha there, a man becomes fortunate and charming. He will be greatly renowned on the earth and will be sporting with Devas.


        Transliteration: Hennu Neferit

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      68 > 14 > 5 -68 -  


      YodNunZainAleph --- pr.n. "Long Eared". see gestú
      YodNunVauBet --- pr.n. "Wise".
      LamedLamedChet ---

      to turn, move round, bore through, perforate; a flute; piper; one thrust through

      The hieroglyphicgods1-4187.jpg, which also has the phonetic value of Maāt, is described by some as a “cubit,” i.e., the measure of a cubit, and by others as a “flute,” which would, presumably, be made of a reed

      HayNunVauZain --- harlot, prostitute.


      • the high priest ( or priestess ) of Hermopolis was called by a title which indicates that he / she served “him that is chief of five”

      9504945852?profile=RESIZE_400xTransliteration: mer-t or Mr.t

      HayAlephYodBetNun --- a prophetess; a mistress of song, a female bard; a prophet's wife.
      NunYodChet --- (718 w/f); grace, beauty.
      MemKafChet --- (628 w/f); to be wise, to gain wisdom; to gain by wisdom; to teach, make wise; to be a well trained (magician); wise, intelligent, understanding, discreet, cunning.


      mr-rḫ = ‘The-one-who-loves-knowledge’.

      Urt-Hekau is the protective power of the Eye of Horus 



      Transliteration: ab






      Spell 1130 confirms the happy ending.. At the end of this journey they meet Osiris who offers them the Eye of Horus. They become one with Thoth... Book of two ways


       kA.t hb ( hab )

      § Igor Gonya - Habibi-jam §



      § Chakachas -Jungle Fever §


      Transliteration Meaning ( to procreate,  to conceive, to praise , to chant ) : hen which also means plant, vegetable


      § Dim Zach - Discomare sex §


      The commonest name given to Thoth is hab or h-ab


      9539835083?profile=RESIZE_400x Transliteration lotus, lily : ne hab-t

      “him that is chief of five”

      the great god in the Temple of Ȧb-titi. ( or ab-titties 😍😎 me-ntch)



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        Transliteration : aba-t


        Hrms Triplicate-in-Wisdom, when he sat for drinking with friends, said to the musician: Let fly the soul from its tethers!








        9543440086?profile=RESIZE_400xAb+Ba =


        Transliteration: qema, t-hen


        but first are you willing to ..... (ie: voulez -vous ;) )


        § ABBA - Voulez Vous (1979 Disco Purrfection Version) §


        The ritual instruction involves .....entering into the world of utter darkness, this in itself can also be taken as the realm of the imagination from which all creative thought emerges and that at the cosmological level, an invitation to enter into the realm of Kek.

        By means of the Chamber of Darkness, the initiated writer appropriates this night prior to any day: “My heart said to me: ‘Return to it, namely, the Chamber of Darkness, so as to learn its boundary’



        Transliteration a magical formula (? transformation ) : Henen-henen-henen


        “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. 


        Transliteration: Hennu Neferit


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        9565926672?profile=RESIZE_400xThe vignette shows a S-em (funerary) priest, in a ritual garb made from panther or leopard skin, transmitting the Sau, the fluid of life, by touching the statue of the departed with the UR HEKAU, the scepter "Great of Enchantments"

         transliteration: ut-t sau9565990675?profile=RESIZE_584x





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          9544209653?profile=RESIZE_400x9545817677?profile=RESIZE_400x9545887284?profile=RESIZE_180x180 ‘Mighty one of words of powers’


          § Mireille Mathieu - Woman in love (Dim Zach mix) §


          Song of solomon 4:1-5

           Your lips drop sweetness as the honeycomb, my bride; milk and honey are under your tongue.


          "bn t" = harp

          *What does بنت (bnt) mean in Arabic? Girl / Woman

          or woman: امرأة. [Mr-a'a-h] 

          9543645059?profile=RESIZE_584xIn Sufism, rū (Arabic: روح‎; plural arwah) is a person's immortal, essential self — pneuma, i.e. the "spirit" or "soul"..... Wisdom is hikmah.  Mr-r = ‘The-one-who-loves-knowledge’.


          Mr.t .... رأى (ra'a) : sight  , set eyes on



          Transliteration: ab 



          I am that Ra who shines in the night
          Whoever is in his following, lives in the following of Thoth

          9545818288?profile=RESIZE_400x9546004281?profile=RESIZE_400x rays of light, something bright Transliteration au-t

          • Meditation on this chakra is said to bring about the following siddhis, or occult powers; he becomes a Lord of speech; he is dearer than the dearest to women
          • Anahata is also associated with love and compassion, charity to others, and forms of psychic healing.


          पञ्चचक्रतनुरेष जृम्भते निर्विकल्पशिवबोधसत्फलः ।
          पञ्चसु क्रममहीरुहः शिवे त्वन्मरीचिषु निरस्तवैभवम् ॥ १४० ॥

          pañcacakratanureṣa jṛmbhate nirvikalpaśivabodhasatphalaḥ |
          pañcasu kramamahīruhaḥ śive tvanmarīciṣu nirastavaibhavam || 140 || [Ṣaṭcakra Mānasa Sthiti]




          Transliteration : aba-t Ankh Mait



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              “the excellent spirits think in my heart.”

            ... book of thoth


            English Translation(s) to bloom, to blossom, become green, green Transliteration: akh


            ..... the process of acquiring understanding of the sacred texts is linked to “find[ing] the gathering over eye, ear, heart, tongue, hand, sole of the foot”

            "There is no member of my body which is not the member of a god.

            Utterance 32

            I have come, I bring you the Eye of Horus ( Wadjet, or the Green One  ),
            so that your heart may be refreshed by it.
            I bring it to you to carry you, (to be) under your soles.

            § Disco Halal - Ba-ladi (Mehmet Aslan Edit) §


            • Ka-Ma-deva moved gradually up the left side of the body from the toe( padagra )  to the top of the head ( sırsa )


            § Mezdeke Egypt - El-Hob ( hab ) Heka-ity §


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