Ancient Egypt Teachings Wisdom and Spirituality

In ancient time people from present Egypt called their country Kemet.
A complete understanding of cycles of nature and therefore man could lead to a full awareness of the cultural history of writing in ancient Kemet.

Spirituality is an understanding and practice concerned with the realization of forces visible and invisible. Religion is an organized institution the business that has evolved out if spirituality. Today the closest science to understanding spirituality is quantum physics.

The basic concept of cycles is called the five stages of the sun.

In the spirituality and religion of Khemit the five stages are ;
1. Kheper (dawn)
2. Ra (noon)
3. Oon (early or mid-afternoon)
4. Aten (late afternoon to twilight)
5. Amen(night-darkness)

These five stages represent both stages of consciousness and epoch of human prehistory and history.

Kheper the driller symbolized by the scrab beetle represents the birth of consciousness the dawn.

Ra the stubborn symbolized by the ram characterizes the adolescent or early stages of consciousness, the sun at high noon.

Oon the wise symbolized by a man standing upright with a staff sta da for adult nature consciousness the sun in the early afternoon.

Aten the Wiser symbolizes an old man hunched over with his staff is the stage of enlightenment is full flowering of conscious ess, the sun at full apex heading toward twilight.

Amen the hidden who originally had no image is the end of the cycle where we explore the loss of full consciousness, where the truth is obfuscated or hidden, the night when all is darkness.

The current phase of the Khemitian cycle started 65000 years ago.

We are the end of the kemetian cycle. These teachings were kept secret in oral traditions in circles of initiates for thousands of years.

The awakening the beginning of a new Kheper Dawn phase cycle, and the end of the 65000-year major cycle

According to the ancient Kemet teachings, the sphinx is 52000 years old.

54000 years ago was the actual beginning of the carving.