Photo 12 Jul 21 notes "Those who live today will die tomorrow, those who die tomorrow will be born again; Those who live MAAT will not die."

"The wise person who acts with MAAT is free of falsehood and disorder."

"MAAT is great and it’s effectiveness lasting; it has not been disturbed since the time of Asar.  There is punishment for those who pass over its laws, but this is unfamiliar to the covetous one….When the end is near, MAAT lasts."

"No one reaches the beneficent West (enlightenment-immortality) unless their heart is righteous by doing MAAT.  There is no distinction  made between the inferior and the superior person;  it only matters that one is found faultless when the balances and the two weights stand before the Lord of Eternity.  No one is free from the reckoning. Djehuti, a baboon, holds the balances to count each one according to what they have done upon earth."

"They who revere MAAT are long lived; they who are covetous have no tomb."

-Ancient Egyptian Proverbs on The Philosophy of Maat


"Those who live today will die tomorrow, those who die tomorrow will be born again; Those who live MAAT will not die."


"The wise person who acts with MAAT is free of falsehood and disorder."


"MAAT is great and it’s effectiveness lasting; it has not been disturbed since the time of Asar.  There is punishment for those who pass over its laws, but this is unfamiliar to the covetous one….When the end is near, MAAT lasts."


"No one reaches the beneficent West (enlightenment-immortality) unless their heart is righteous by doing MAAT.  There is no distinction  made between the inferior and the superior person;  it only matters that one is found faultless when the balances and the two weights stand before the Lord of Eternity.  No one is free from the reckoning. Djehuti, a baboon, holds the balances to count each one according to what they have done upon earth."


"They who revere MAAT are long lived; they who are covetous have no tomb."


-Ancient Egyptian Proverbs on The Philosophy of Maat

Photo 29 May 11 notes …rising out of the Nameless Aeon of our prehistoric and shamanic past are four periods of historic development. The age of Isis the Mother was of paganism and nature, and that of Osiris the Father of monotheism and the rise of cities. The corruption at the end of this period is now being overthrown by the new energies of Horus the Son, our modern era of anarchy and chaos and technological changes. This will in turn become the time of the Daughter Maat, whose way of being will manifest in unique and unexpected ways. Part of her magick involves the reversal of time, as the forward flow of Horus meets the backwards current of Maat, inspiring us with an understanding of the future Wordless Aeon, when we all may become something far greater, something which exists in the form of seeds within us in the eternal Now. 
— http://www.horusmaat.com/HMLFAQ.html
Art: http://ijur.deviantart.com/

…rising out of the Nameless Aeon of our prehistoric and shamanic past are four periods of historic development. The age of Isis the Mother was of paganism and nature, and that of Osiris the Father of monotheism and the rise of cities. The corruption at the end of this period is now being overthrown by the new energies of Horus the Son, our modern era of anarchy and chaos and technological changes. This will in turn become the time of the Daughter Maat, whose way of being will manifest in unique and unexpected ways. Part of her magick involves the reversal of time, as the forward flow of Horus meets the backwards current of Maat, inspiring us with an understanding of the future Wordless Aeon, when we all may become something far greater, something which exists in the form of seeds within us in the eternal Now. 

http://www.horusmaat.com/HMLFAQ.html

Art: http://ijur.deviantart.com/


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