The Ancient Egyptian Priesthood's Inner or greater Mysteries
The Egyptians believed the spirit self to be an active, refined and polished non-physical person, while the soul is the spirit self in a dormant, latent or comatose state of being. The priesthood taught that the illuminated soul, aka the spirit self, represents one’s true form and function on both 4 and 11th dimensional levels. It treated the mission of life on earth as the conscious reconciliation of the physical person and non-physical person via implicate order.
The Ancient Egyptian priests referred to this reconciliation and thus, the awakening one's Christos (or 11th dimensional spirit self) as illumination....
Universally Shared Commandments
In The Book of Going Forth By Day, or as it is known in the modern world, The Book of the Dead, Ancient Egyptian beliefs about living a moral and ethical life in order to reconcile the physical and non-physical components of one's self laid the foundation for many religions and nations that came afterward. At approximately 3500 years of age, this papyrus is a newer version of the much older Pyramid Texts. It outlines the steps someone must take throughout physical life in order to maintain consciousness in the non-physical life thereafter. The priesthood understood humankind's 11th dimensional nature so well that it even fashioned its spiritual practices to help complete one’s journey based on its understanding of the spirit self’s, or non-physical person and life’s, immortality.
Plate 11 (of the R.O. Faulkner translation) helps initiates navigate the 7 consciousness levels, and 11 total dimensions, in order to retain awareness of one’s spirit self when it is no longer part of the dermal-wave substance bio-body suit layers. This laid the foundation for the subsequent 7 days of creation story in Judaism, as detailed on our main Spirit Science page. Plate 31 contains over three-dozen affirmations one must follow to stand before the god of soul-ular judgement Osiris and say with a solemn, sincere heart that, and among many others, the following offenses were never committed:
However, what the Egyptian priests taught to initiates was so labor intensive and individually personalized, it was looked upon as a spiritual journey, not a "religious experience" the way many people in the modern world conceptualize the term.
7th Heaven in our 11 dimensional implicate order universe
Upon close inspection, we see a pattern in all cultures and religions modern and ancient alike where the parable presentation of the number seven is concerned. The inclusion of the number seven to indicate the seven energy-frequency based dimensions existing beyond the basic four particulate ones human eyes see is a global homage to the seven super-dimensional consciousness levels that comprise the 11th dimensional bio-body suit connected to our implicate order of the Universe.
In the New Testament specifically, the Nazarene multiplies seven loaves to feed the masses, there are seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, seven heavenly virtues, seven deadly sins, and seven holy sacraments in the Catholic Church.
Also, in Buddhist iconography, Buddha is always represented with excessively long lobes. Metaphorically, the size of one’s ear lobes determines the degree of spiritual affinity an individual has, thus influencing that individual’s ability to hear (or understand) God, or the implicate order.
The Hopi believe the Universe includes seven super-dimensions humankind exists both physically and spiritually within. The Sioux nation believes in the seven fold nature of the guards of the soul: The rite of the purification, the entreaty of a vision, the dance face to the sun, rites of puberty, the political alliance and the games of the ball.
The Globally inclusive Mind Body Spirit Self Trinity
Ancient Egypt was not the only civilization whose priesthood understood the inherent ability for illumination of the spirit self. Across the ancient world, other nation’s priesthoods also anointed their kings, and initiated their citizens into the 11th dimensional mind body spirit-self trinity. Although geographic locations differed, and the literally interpretive accounts of their sages varied to suit the specific population, the outer and inner mysteries remained the same as they were in Egypt.
Some of the other well-known priesthood nations throughout the ancient world included India, Greece Rome, Chaldea and Persia. These priesthoods regularly communicated with one another. This included long distance exchange programs where priesthoods hosted and fostered other priesthood members from far away lands.
Such a diverse policy of inclusion resulted in the wisdom of many different, seemingly disparate religions remaining fundamentally true to one shared source. One of the better-known examples of the priesthood exchange program comes from the Greek philosopher Plato. In the Timeaus and Critias, Plato wrote publicly about his teacher, Solon, being instructed by the Priesthood during his time in Egypt.... as this excerpt plainly demonstrates:
"Thereupon one of the priests, who was of a very great age, said: ‘O Solon, Solon, you Hellenes are never anything but children, and there is not an old man among you.’ Solon in return asked him what he meant. ‘I mean to say,’ he replied, ‘that in mind you are all young. There is no old opinion handed down among you by ancient tradition, nor any science, which is hoary with age."
However, never once did Plato discuss what Solon was taught, because to do so would have violated a very sacred and powerful oath both Solon and Plato took as initiates themselves. To share what he knew would have violated his promise to protect the wisdom of the priesthood against those who choose to forgo the journey of spirit self illumination for themselves.
Giordano Bruno and the Universal Intellect
By the dawn of modern Christianity, The Catholic Church made it a primary mission to eliminate priesthoods, or as they called them, secret societies, wherever they could find them. However, the priesthood was able to subtly take on many different fronts in order to keep instructing students in spirit self illumination since the fall of Ancient Rome. This persecution caused some of the darkest times (consciousness-wise) in recorded human history over the past 1500 years or so.
Many people sacrificed their lives to keep the wisdom of the ancient priesthood alive. Among them was a Dominican priest named Giordano Bruno. On February 17, 1600, the Catholic Church burned Bruno at the stake in the Campo di Fiore in Rome for blasphemy and heresy. Among the reasons The Church provided for his death, Bruno proclaimed himself an Egyptian Philosopher who picked up the almost totally extinguished torch of a religion more powerful and pure than anything contained in officially sanctioned Catholic doctrine. The main scientific tenets of this religious philosophy included:
It is important to understand that Bruno professed to receive this information from manuscripts including the Corpus Hermeticum. This was a very rare (and church-prohibited) text the wealthy, influential Medici family brought to Europe during the Renaissance. Marsilio Facino translated it into Latin from its native Greek. Its connection between Egypt and Greece comes in the form of Hermes Trismegistus, its protagonist. The Egyptian god of writing, the alphabet, and knowledge in general, Thoth, was one of the many gods Greece procured from Egypt, in the form of Hermes, during Greece's infancy.
Returning to Plato’s account of Solon’s stay in Egypt, it was admitted by a proud Greek nationalist (in Plato) the Greek religion was merely a carbon copy of the Egyptian one. In this context, Solon, who would not have been a guest of the Egyptian priesthood were he not an initiate of the Greek one, would have understood that Hermes and Thoth were one in the same.
So here is what we know: Bruno had access to a book that did exist in Europe in the 1500’s. The people who brought the book to Europe claimed its teachings originated in Ancient Egypt. This book laid out the theoretical framework for what, 400 years later, Bohm would call the implicate order (tenet #1). It also laid out the theoretical framework explaining why and how Psychoenergetic experiments like those Tiller’s test subjects undertook are physically possible (tenet #2). Oh, and Bruno had access to this book decades before Sir Isaac Newton was a glint in his father’s eye.
Even if the Corpus Hermeticum were a fake, of which no proof whatsoever exists that it was/is —meaning the knowledge in it did not originate with, or for that matter potentially pass through the hands of the Egyptian priesthood from a culture even more ancient, it would still have needed to be made up. In doing so, the party or parties fabricating it still managed to foretell two scientific discoveries (in Psychoenergetic Science and the implicate order) rocking the landscape of consciousness research presently. Bruno sure seemed to know a lot about the theoretical framework for both discoveries when he wrote:
“The Universal Intellect is the intimate, most real, peculiar and powerful part of the soul of the world. This is the single whole, which filleth the whole, illumineth the Universe and directeth nature to the production of natural things, as our intellect with the congruous production of natural kinds.”
Now, let’s compare this to Bohm’s description of the implicate order:
“There is a Universal flux that cannot be defined explicitly but which can be known only implicitly, as indicated by the explicitly definable forms and shapes, some stable and some unstable, that can be abstracted from the Universal flux. In this flow, mind and matter are not separate substances. Rather, they are different aspects of our whole and unbroken movement.”
Despite the dangers they faced, and the many lives lost in the process, we can find other accounts of the priesthood exerting its influence on the historical records of Western Europe and the United States from the Renaissance period onward. In fact, one of the best-known examples of this influence was a cultural staple of the Middle Ages, Reformation and Renaissance periods.
The science of spiritual alchemy
Silver represents the realization and actualization of the 11th dimensional spirit self. The gold describes the state of conscious attainment, and subsequently transmuting one's soul (or "lead-iron") into an awakened spirit through a personalized journey of spirit self illumination.
While some alchemists were indeed undercover initiates of the priesthood, others never consciously understood the 11th dimensional reality of the four-dimensional experiments they were undertaking. Instead, they were only taught the 4-dimensional, parable interpretations for the recipes they possessed. But nonetheless, every one of them was responsible for keeping the priesthood alive at a pivotal time in history. After all, many of their countrymen and governments were moving in a polar opposite direction from living the theory of everything during this time.
Sir Isaac Newton...the Alchemist?
The result is a pure alloy (combination) of delicate branch-like growths—or the body-mind-spirit self-trinity, and human beings ability to consciously live, act and be in conjunction on 4 and 11th dimensional levels alike.
It is historical record that Newton drove himself to the point of a nervous breakdown in the later years of his life (culminating is his so-called 'Dark Year of 1693') trying to physically transform lead into gold, because he kept trying to shove a 4-dimensional peg into an 11th dimensional hole. Or in other words, because he could not get past the literal interpretation of alchemical parable in order to be able to actually live the spiritual truths hiding underneath the surface of his manuscripts.
In initiatory schools throughout the world today, adherents are still taught how to actively attain spirit self illumination, just as they were in the ancient world. Should one choose to complete this journey, she or he has undergone an evolution from being what Buddha called "nothing" (or unawakened), to becoming a fully aware Son or Daughter of God...the same as the Nazarene, Buddha and many other illuminated souls have achieved for themselves. Just like the Ancient Egyptian Priesthood, these schools do not publicly proselytize or recruit members to join their ranks. However, and just like the Nazarene said to his disciples, "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you."
The 11th dimensional spirit self-implicate order religion
Rather, God is nothing more or less than the living, breathing, intelligent and of course, eternally active implicate order Universe-at-large. The priesthoods (then and now) understand spirit self-implicate order awareness only comes about through continual, sustained faith and works, and not via instant rituals or rites. Therefore, every day a person chooses to stay nothing in an 11th dimensional sense, is one less day they have to become something by actively connecting their spirit selves to the implicate order Universe-at-large.
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