Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt

In this book, the first to fully explore Egyptian sexual philosophy and practices, Egyptologist Ruth Schumann-Antelme provides us a new view of the provocative sexual life of the ancient Egyptians.

Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt

Author: Ruth Schumann Antelme

Publisher: Inner Traditions

ISBN: 9780892818631

Page: 264

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• The first book to fully explore the sexual philosophy and practices of the ancient Egyptians • Lavishly illustrated with erotic scenes from papyri that have long been hidden from the public • Clarifies the connection of sacred sexuality to Egyptian cosmic symbolism Until recently the forbidden papyri, whose explicit illustrations of Egyptian sexual practices were judged too shocking, were off limits to all but a few scholars. In this book, the first to fully explore Egyptian sexual philosophy and practices, Egyptologist Ruth Schumann-Antelme provides us a new view of the provocative sexual life of the ancient Egyptians. Richly illustrated throughout, Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt explains the symbolism of the erotic images found on the inner walls of the temples and tombs as well as those carved into pieces of limestone and sketched on papyri. The authors cover in detail the astonishing erotic scenes illustrating the Turin Papyrus, which have long been kept from public view. These papyri reveal in great detail Egyptian attitudes about love, religion, and even medicine, as well as specific sexual practices. Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt reveals the intimate details of a society in which sexuality was the dynamic principle of the divine world, and the cosmic symbolism of religion imbued every level of Egyptian society with sexual significance.

The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt

Something that the ancient Egyptians recognised instinctively. In The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt, bestselling author, Judy Hall, offers the reader powerful sexual magic for the present day.

The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt

Author: Judy Hall

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1782792880

Page: 200

View: 852

A step-by-step guide to raising kundalini and embodying the dynamic, sexual force, that is the Power of Sekhem. Sex is the most potent force in the universe. A primal power. And sacred sexuality is a gateway to the divine. Something that the ancient Egyptians recognised instinctively. In The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt, bestselling author, Judy Hall, offers the reader powerful sexual magic for the present day. It reveals sexual secrets hidden for millennia. This jealously guarded secret doctrine is now available to everyone. The system activates your creative erotic potential. Kindling the inner and outer mystic marriages, it is a joining of souls with the divine. Through a cosmic orgasm that is literally mind-blowing, the process generates the power to manifest and integrate expanded consciousness into the everyday world. The system can be used to attract a twin-flame or make a sacred marriage with an existing partner. The practice can also be worked alone to invoke an integration with your highest Self. Crystals support the practice throughout. Accompaniment to Judy Hall's new novel, The Alchemy of the Night.

Egyptian Tantra Yoga

SACRED SEXUALITY: EGYPTIAN TANTRA YOGA: The Art of Sex Sublimation and Universal Consciousness This Volume will expand on the male and female principles within the human body and in the universe and further detail the sublimation of sexual ...

Egyptian Tantra Yoga

Author: Muata Abhaya Ashby

Publisher: Cruzian Mystic Books

ISBN: 9781884564031

Page: 228

View: 723

SACRED SEXUALITY: EGYPTIAN TANTRA YOGA: The Art of Sex Sublimation and Universal Consciousness This Volume will expand on the male and female principles within the human body and in the universe and further detail the sublimation of sexual energy into spiritual energy. The student will study the deities Min and Hathor, Asar and Aset, Geb and Nut and discover the mystical implications for a practical spiritual discipline. This Volume will also focus on the Tantric aspects of Ancient Egyptian and Indian mysticism, the purpose of sex and the mystical teachings of sexual sublimation which lead to self-knowledge and Enlightenment.

Sacred Sexual Union

In Sacred Sexual Union, Anaiya Sophia shows this Holy Marriage, complete reunification with your Twin Soul and God, is not a secret reserved for the initiated or a tradition lost to the ages.

Sacred Sexual Union

Author: Anaiya Sophia

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1620551497

Page: 240

View: 955

Experience the orgasmic rapture of Sacred Union with your Twin Soul and the Divine • Includes practices in sacred sexuality, emotional intimacy, and soul awareness to awaken the Love, Power, and Wisdom of your soul, attract your Twin Soul, and satisfy your soul’s longing to reunite with God • Draws on teachings from Gnosticism, Sufi mysticism, the Kabbalah, Kundalini yoga, sexual shamanism, the Egyptian Mystery schools, and Christ Consciousness • Offers examples of Sacred Union, including Jesus and Mary Magdalene and Rumi and Shams as well as experiences of modern couples Jesus and Mary Magdalene, Rumi and Shams, King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Isis and Osiris--in these sacred unions we recognize the merging not only of Twin Souls but also of these lovers with the Divine. In Sacred Sexual Union, Anaiya Sophia shows this Holy Marriage, complete reunification with your Twin Soul and God, is not a secret reserved for the initiated or a tradition lost to the ages. It is a potent, living spiritual path enabling two beloveds to experience the primordial state of creation as one soul blessed by the Divine Light and Love of their Creator. Drawing on teachings from Gnosticism, Sufi mysticism, the Kabbalah, Kundalini yoga, sexual shamanism, the Egyptian Mystery Schools, and Christ Consciousness, the author reveals the complete alchemical process of Sacred Union. She provides physical, meditative, and psychological practices that combine sacred sexuality, emotional intimacy, and transparent soul awareness to awaken the magnetic energies of your soul, draw your Twin Soul to you, and, with Twin Souls reunited, experience the passionate rapturous remembrance of becoming one with God. She explores ancient writings and rituals of Sacred Union--known as Hieros Gamos in ancient Sumeria, Sacred Marriage in the Kabbalah, Yab Yum in Tibetan Buddhism, and the Bridal Chamber in Gnostic Christianity--and offers examples of Sacred Union throughout the ages, including experiences from her own spiritual journey. More than a meditative or yogic practice, Sacred Sexual Union offers a transformative spiritual path to embrace the threefold flame of Power, Love, and Wisdom and satisfy your soul’s longing for wholeness and reunion with the Divine.

Sacred Sexuality

... A Woman's Initiation into the Path of Ecstasy by Valerie Brooks Shamanism
and Tantra in the Himalayas by Claudia Müller-Ebeling, Christian Rätsch, and
Surendra Bahadur Shahi Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt The Erotic Secrets of
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Sacred Sexuality

Author: Georg Feuerstein

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1594775745

Page: 256

View: 839

A historical, cross-cultural survey of sexuality as a sacred spiritual practice • Examines sacred sexuality in the world’s religious and mystery traditions • Explores contemporary “sexual stress syndrome” resulting from the absence of the sacred in sexual practice • Reveals how to find the sacred in the ordinary This book examines the history of sexuality as a sacramental act. In spite of our culture’s recent sexual liberalizations, sexual intimacy often remains unfulfilling. Georg Feuerstein instructs that the fulfillment we long for in our sex lives can only be attained once we have explored the spiritual depths of our erotic natures. Feuerstein delves into a wide variety of spiritual traditions--including Christianity, Judaism, goddess worship, Taoism, and Hinduism--in search of sacred truths regarding sexuality. He reveals that all of these great teachings share the hidden message that spirituality is, in essence, erotic and that sexuality is inherently spiritual. From the erotic cult of the Great Mother and the archaic ritual of hieros gamos (sacred marriage) to the institution of sacred prostitution and the erotic spirituality practiced in the mystery traditions, Feuerstein offers a wealth of historical practices and perspectives that serve as the bases for a positive sexual spirituality suited to our contemporary needs.

Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt

Schumann antelme, r. and rossini, S. 2001 Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt:
The erotic secrets of the forbidden papyrus, rochester. taylor, t. 1996 The
Prehistory of Sex: Four million years of human sexual culture, new york. Vasey,
p.L. 1995 ...

Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt

Author: Carolyn Graves-Brown

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 1910589411

Page: 245

View: 896

This volume offers new research on an essential but often controversial aspect of life in Dynastic Egypt. Its originality lies in combining research which uses Egyptology's traditional strengths, philological and iconographic, with reflections on material culture and on the discipline of Egyptology itself. The authors are internationally-recognized authorities in their fields.

Song of Hathor Ancient Egyptian Ritual for Today

The Priests of Ancient Egypt. Copyright 1960. Grove Press. New York, New York,
U.S.A. Schumann Antelme, Ruth and Stephane Rossini. Sacred Sexuality in
Ancient Egypt: The Erotic Secrets of the Forbidden Papyrus, A Look at the Unique
 ...

Song of Hathor   Ancient Egyptian Ritual for Today

Author: Kerry Wisner

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1257909959

Page:

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The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar

In this second edition The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar , originally published five years ago, she lays out a way for the spiritual seeker to learn how to visit these other dimensions, so that they can learn about sex magic from their own ...

The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar

Author: Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781686377105

Page: 308

View: 726

This book is about the superior intelligence and self empowerment which comes from interacting with beings that inhabit a parallel universe to this one, from whom man has traditionally gained his knowledge about his place and purpose on Earth and in the cosmos. In ancient times, the ability to tap into this superior wisdom was transmitted to kings and pharaohs upon their coronation by one who was in touch with these extra-dimensional beings or life-forms, which are also known as spirits of the land. Shamans and high priestesses, since at least Neolithic times, were in communication with these spirits and so they were able to transmit their wisdom to the ruler or monarch during sacred sex rites. These shamanic practices became known as Sovereignty rites because they created a force that fired up the king's higher brain centres, giving him a superior intelligence and thus the ability and the right to reign, with the crown he wore on his head merely a symbol of his enlightened inner crown. As a shaman and mythologist, Annie Dieu-Le-Veut is regularly in communion with the spirits of the land where she lives in Glastonbury, Somerset, in the UK. In this book, she has laid out the way for the ordinary person to benefit from experiencing shamanic sexual practises by visiting other dimensions on the inner planes.In Part 1, she helps you to build your foundation stone upon which you will erect the temple of your understanding about the ancient Mystery Teachings, which were based on a sort of Earth magic known as the Alchemical Marriage, the Faery Marriage, or the Marriage of the Sun and the Moon. She lays out historical and mythological evidence from all over the world that sacred sex was an integral part of the Kingship rites that bequeathed wisdom on the initiate. And you will discover the original meaning of the Holy Grael, which can be traced back to the ritual centres of the Neanderthals of about 45,000 years ago.In Part II, you will go on to learn how to practise these shamanic rites yourself, through simple steps that take you into an enchanted world of spirits, magicians and Grailkeepers. These will enable you to fire up your own superior intelligence to enrich your own life and, if you should so choose, contribute to the work of the Sovereignty of your own land. Annie is also the author several popular esoteric books such as "The Bright World of Gods", "The Grail Mysteries", "Stories in the Stars" and "Stories in the Summerlands."

Sexual Secrets of Cleopatra

This book contains information on; Duality. The real difference between men and women. Attraction. Colors and Music. What does what you wear say about you?, How does music affect us? Touch. How to massage your mate. Aroma.

Sexual Secrets of Cleopatra

Author: Theodore Ransaw

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781469712093

Page: 112

View: 361

“There has never been a time when Egypt was not advanced!” This is an old Roman quote, and the whole bases behind the Sexual Secretes of Cleopatra. Have you ever heard of anyone not interested in Egypt or Cleopatra? If you liked; Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, Karma Sutra, The Yellow Emperor, and Seminal Kung Fu. Unlike other books on relationships, this book focuses on a previously untapped idea of thought, Egyptian Sexuality. Egyptians were not only advanced in science and math; they were also advanced spiritually. To them sex was a spiritual union between two people. Clear concise and easy to understand concepts are the key reading points in Sexual Secretes of Cleopatra. This book is fully illustrated and written in an easy to read U.S.A. Today style format. All key points are in bold face and quickly accessible for people who need to look up just one subject at a time. This book contains information on; Duality. The real difference between men and women. Attraction. Colors and Music. What does what you wear say about you?, How does music affect us? Touch. How to massage your mate. Aroma. The right fragrance can make a difference, how scent affects the brain. Astrology and Numerology. The startling truth about your zodiac sign. Sexual Positions.

The Secret History of Western Sexual Mysticism

Sacred Earth The Spiritual Landscape of Native America by Arthur Versluis
William Blake's Sexual Path to Spiritual ... Ph.D. Sacred Sexuality in Ancient
Egypt The Erotic Secrets of the Forbidden Papyrus by Ruth Schumann Antelme
and ...

The Secret History of Western Sexual Mysticism

Author: Arthur Versluis

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1594779864

Page: 176

View: 376

The first book to reveal the history of Western sexual mysticism • Reveals the secret sexual practices that have been used since ancient Greece to achieve mystical union with God • Details the sects and individuals who transmitted the radical sexual practices that orthodox Christianity never completely silenced • Distinguishes between sexual magic and sexual mysticism Beginning with the ancient Greek Mystery traditions, Gnosticism, and the practices in early Christianity, Arthur Versluis uncovers the secret line of Western sexual mysticism that, like the Tantra of the East, seeks transcendence or union with God through sexual practices. Throughout antiquity, and right into the present day, sexuality has played an important, if largely hidden, role in religious traditions and practices. This includes not only Christian but also kabbalistic and hermetic alchemical currents of sexual mysticism, many discussed together here for the first time. In the Mystery tradition of hieros gamos (sacred marriage) and the Gnostic tradition of spiritual marriage, we see the possibility of divine union in which sexual union is the principal sign or symbol. Key to these practices is the inner or archetypal union of above and below, the intermingling of the revelatory divine world with the mundane earthly one. Versluis shows that these secret currents of sexual mysticism helped fuel the rise of the troubadours and their erotic doctrine, the esoteric teachings of Jacob Böhme in the late 16th century, the 19th-century utopian communities of John Humphrey Noyes and Thomas Lake Harris, the free love movement of the 20th century, and the modern writings of Denis de Rougemont and Alan Watts.

Spiritual Traditions

Sacred sensuality Bensual ECAUSE THE WEST has been dominated by
Christianity , which has often portrayed sensuality and sexuality as the work of
the devil , it is sometimes supposed that spirituality is opposed to the enjoyment
of the senses . In fact , there are many spiritual ... Statues of the god Amon with an
erect phallus were , likewise , common in ancient Egypt . SPIRITUALITY
THROUGH ...

Spiritual Traditions

Author: Timothy Freke

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN: 9780806998442

Page: 256

View: 199

"Dazzling...offers one-stop shopping for nearly all the world's major spiritual traditions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Christianity, Shamanism, the New Age movement, paganism and 'natural spirituality.' Focuses far more on practice than belief, emphasizing the ways individuals can develop their spirituality through yoga, mediation dance, Tai Chi, prayer, koans, pilgrimage and retreat, music, dreams...The book's breadth is indeed encyclopedic...[It's] strength lies in its remarkable visuals; every page features full-color art, and the well-designed layout is simply a treat."--Publishers Weekly.

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt P Z

When sexuality is emphasized in the world of the gods , it is seen not only as a
natural characteristic distinguishing the two sexes ... Female sexuality in the
divine sphere is displayed when a new sacred bull is installed in the city of
Memphis .

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt  P Z

Author: Donald B. Redford

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780195138238

Page: 620

View: 927

Featuring 600 original articles written by leading experts, it goes far beyond the findings of archaeology to include social, political, religious, cultural and artistic information on the Nile Delta civilization.

Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt

Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt takes New Kingdom Egypt (1539-1070 BC) as its starting point and considers how excavated objects reveal the complex ways that ancient Egyptians experienced their material world.

Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt

Author: Lynn Meskell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000181286

Page: 248

View: 751

Egypt looms large in the Western imagination. Whether it is our attraction to pharaonic art, the pyramids or practices of mummification, Egypts unique understanding of materiality speaks to us across space and time. Is it because the ancient Egyptians fetishized material objects that we find their culture captivating today? And what exactly do Egyptian remains tell us about biography, embodiment, memory, materiality, and the self? Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt takes New Kingdom Egypt (1539-1070 BC) as its starting point and considers how excavated objects reveal the complex ways that ancient Egyptians experienced their material world. From life to death, the material world instantiated, reflected and influenced social life and existence for ancient Egyptians. Thus, in Meskells unique approach to the materiality and sensuousness of subjects and objects, we uncover the philosophical, spiritual and human meanings embedded in these cultural artefacts. Meskells book explores the fundamental existential questions that not only preoccupied ancient Egyptians, but continue to fascinate people today. What is the essence of persons and things? How might we understand the situated experiences of material life, the constitution of the object world and its shaping of human experience? How might objects successfully mediate between worlds? In the final analysis, Meskell moves forward through time and examines the consumption and appreciation of these Egyptian material objects in the contemporary world. Materiality is our physical engagement with the world, our medium for inserting ourselves into the fabric of that world and our way of constituting and shaping culture in an embodied and external sense. From that perspective it is very much the domain of anthropology and archaeology.Drawing on a wide range of objects, artefacts, and artwork, from Valley of the Kings through to Las Vegas, Meskell provides an elegant analysis of the aesthetics of ancient Egyptian material culture

Ancient Egyptian Imperialism

Offers a broad and unique look at Ancient Egypt during its long age of imperialism Written for enthusiasts and scholars of pharaonic Egypt, as well as for those interested in comparative imperialism, this book provides a look at some of the ...

Ancient Egyptian Imperialism

Author: Ellen Morris

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1405136774

Page: 320

View: 135

Offers a broad and unique look at Ancient Egypt during its long age of imperialism Written for enthusiasts and scholars of pharaonic Egypt, as well as for those interested in comparative imperialism, this book provides a look at some of the most intriguing evidence for grand strategy, low-level insurgencies, back-room deals, and complex colonial dynamics that exists for the Bronze Age world. It explores the actions of a variety of Egypt’s imperial governments from the dawn of the state until 1069 BCE as they endeavored to control fiercely independent mountain dwellers in Lebanon, urban populations in Canaan and Nubia, highly mobile Nilotic pastoralists, and predatory desert raiders. The book is especially valuable as it foregrounds the reactions of local populations and their active roles in shaping the trajectory of empire. With its emphasis on the experimental nature of imperialism and its attention to cross-cultural comparison and social history, this book offers a fresh perspective on a fascinating subject. Organized around central imperial themes—which are explored in depth at particular places and times in Egypt’s history—Ancient Egyptian Imperialism covers: Trade Before Empire—Empire Before the State (c. 3500-2686); Settler Colonialism (c. 2400-2160); Military Occupation (c. 2055-1775); Creolization, Collaboration, Colonization (c. 1775-1295); Motivation, Intimidation, Enticement (c. 1550-1295); Organization and Infrastructure (c. 1458-1295); Outwitting the State (c. 1362-1332); Conversions and Contractions in Egypt’s Northern Empire (c. 1295-1136); and Conversions and Contractions in Egypt’s Southern Empire (c. 1550-1069). Offers a wider focus of Egypt’s experimentation with empire than is covered by general Egyptologists Draws analogies to tactics employed by imperial governments and by dominated peoples in a variety of historically documented empires, both old world and new Answers questions such as “how often and to what degree did imperial blueprints undergo revisions?” Ancient Egyptian Imperialism is an excellent text for students and scholars of history, comparative history, and ancient history, as well for those interested in political science, anthropology, and the Biblical World.

Eros on the Nile

This text addresses selected facets of the erotic concepts and practices of the ancient Egyptians, as recorded in art and literature; it also describes some recent archaeological discoveries.

Eros on the Nile

Author: Karol Myśliwiec

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801440007

Page: 180

View: 376

Daily life in ancient Egypt was saturated with eroticism and much influenced by cult and magic as well. Ancient Egyptian religion, with its variety of gods living, feeling, and reacting much like mortals, is a valuable index of human lifestyles of the day. This text addresses selected facets of the erotic concepts and practices of the ancient Egyptians, as recorded in art and literature; it also describes some recent archaeological discoveries.

CHRISTIAN KUNDALINI SCIENCE PROOF OF THE SOUL CRYPTOGRAM SOLUTION OF EGYPTIAN STELA 55001 OPENING THE HOOD OF RA

In this text, I decipher several pieces of Egyptian artwork found in the Eternal Egypt exhibit. I provide this to show that I have knowledge and understanding of the Egyptian sacred priesthood knowledge.

CHRISTIAN KUNDALINI SCIENCE  PROOF OF THE SOUL  CRYPTOGRAM SOLUTION OF EGYPTIAN STELA 55001    OPENING THE HOOD OF RA

Author: Frank M. Conaway, Jr.

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0578100797

Page: 218

View: 892

In my first cipher text titled Baptist Gnostic Christian Eubonic Kundalinion Spiritual Ki Do Hermeneutic Metaphysics, ISBN #0595206780, I discussed the Biblical science of the brazen serpent passed down through Moses in the science of the Nehushtan. In this text, I decipher several pieces of Egyptian artwork found in the Eternal Egypt exhibit. I provide this to show that I have knowledge and understanding of the Egyptian sacred priesthood knowledge. I use the symbolic language as the standard. I also give a deciphered meaning to the Egyptian art piece Stela 55001 which Egyptologists have secretly unsuccessfully been trying to decipher for over thirty years. I offer you the findings of my research and many terms that may not be in your vocabulary. Maybe "you should" look them up! I relate this to a hidden exlanation of the Book of the Revelation that I found. I am talking about the mystery found in The Bible at Revelation 13:18. I reveal what I think "the bolt of brama nidi" is in Kundalini yoga.

Clinical Psychiatry

24 Normal Human Sexuality and Psychosexual Disorders 24.1 History of
Sexuality the forces of nature . ... Activities that have been openly promoted
during one era have often Many of the religious rites in ancient Egypt were ...
Although the precise Sex was considered something sacred and at times was
regarded as meaning of and motives behind the execution of those works are an
act of worship .

Clinical Psychiatry

Author: Harold I. Kaplan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 566

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