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Founder: Aghori Prajna Shiva Kalidasa

Levels: 1

Included is 1 pdf sent electronically and 1 distant energy attunement

You will be able to initiate others

You will receive a certificate at your request


Aghori Prajna Shiva Kalidasa writes about his system:

The manual gives the basic information the public normally receives about this Goddess of the Nile, but this document is about the views and beliefs of the Khemetic Shamans of Egypt which I learned about from one of their own, a Shaman named Shekhem Auset. Auset appeared on my doorstep with four of her Apprentices in the summer of 1995 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She was being guided to find a particular Native American Adawehas/Shaman, and she and her Apprentices would know him by the gifts that he would give to each of them. As it turned out, I was that man. In turn, she gave me a beaded medicine bag from the Zulu tribe of South Africa, and she and I shared much about her ways and Cherokee Medicine. Eventually, I transferred one of my Apprentices to her for training, and then lost touch with her a few years later when she returned to Egypt, the Djedhi Siddha and the Khemetic Shamans there.


Among the Djedhi and the Khemetics there are many stories about Nekhbet’s roll in the process of creating the earth, and they are almost exactly the same as the stories told about Suli Equa – the Turkey Vulture – in the Cherokee Tribe. In the manual for this course, that we email to you, we cover a couple of those stories in detail.


The Winged Orb of Ra is the best known symbol of Nekhbet, but so are the other symbols in the picture important, and each is of great importance. We shall cover each one so that you will understand it, and then move on to the empowerment process. The pyramid behind the Priestess represents the focal point of power both from the earth upward and from the stars downward while the golden headpiece represents spiritual mastery. Indeed, this is indicated in ancient drawings by either the cobra or the Life Key being at the third eye. The black cat represents the independence of the spirit and the ability to move unseen through darkness while the cobra represents the kundalini energy and the ancient wisdom of the dragons. The vulture overhead represents both death and rebirth, and the see-through robe is the Garment of Truth which has many meanings.


The Garment of Truth conceals nothing allowing the glory of the body to be seen. However, in the desert there is still a need for some measure of protection and the gauze robe allows for both some shade, and for the sweat of the body to be dried upon the breeze allowing for the cooling of the body. In ancient Egypt the body was considered to be sacred and so was nothing to be ashamed of, and the Garment of Truth allowed this to be seen by everyone. Further, it was well known that there were those people in the world who had a very special and high calling and others were able to be healed and to receive empowerment by being able to see the naked body of these special people. There is a companion attunement to this empowerment that deals with the Life Key in which you will be able to learn more about this process, but in this empowerment, you will be attuned to each of these items, the Garment of Truth included, and the ability to heal by being seen naked will be awakened within you. You will also receive the courage to allow this to happen as needed, and this is in preparation for being able to provide “The Service of the Heart” at some time in the future. More will be shared concerning this at a later date.


The blue hair represents the depths of the oceans and the healing waters of the Great Mother Goddess which has come to be known in our modern day and time as “Amrita” and is the nectar that flows from the priestesses providing the “Service of the Heart”. And, it also relates to the vastness of the sky on a clear day. There are many such days in the desert where it seems as though one can see forever.

The Nekhbet Empowerments

SKU: 328
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