Classroom Maat (Ethics Standards)


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

 -Ancient Egyptian Proverb


This page is a statement for all aspirants generally about the nature of the relationship among students in class and with the teachers. It is to serve as a guiding framework for the spiritual work to be undertaken so as to maintain order, honesty and good association for all.

 Classroom Maat:

Classroom Maat means classroom honor and honesty. All aspirants granted access to this school are expected to maintain a character and decorum in harmony with the precepts and spirit of Maatian injunctions and to otherwise make any corrections as directed by the teacher. The incapacity to do so may necessitate the suspension of access to this school web site.

Part of the Classroom Maat is keeping intellectual integrity in doing your work and not just copying that of others, not for the purpose of avoiding penalties but for the purpose of doing the work you need to do to achieve the goal of your life. So in order to achieve that goal you cannot compare yourself to  others copy the world or follow the exact path of others or delude yourself and not face your shortcomings as well as your positive qualities. To achieve the goal of this program you need to go through the assignments yourself so as to activate the desired process of evolution enjoined by the teachings.  Therefore, resolve to benefit by the experiences of other and where useful aspire to achieve the heights they have and also avoid their detriments but all the while considering yourself as a separate and unique individual in terms of your ego conscience even while being a fellow human and spiritual being on a common journey with a common goal of life.


 Personal Questions:

 Keep in mind that in some areas of the teaching there may be questions that elicit personal responses or include issues of a personal nature and you can choose to share those with the group or you may choose to share those directly with the teacher.


Fiduciary relationship:

Fiduciary relationship: The authorized teacher that will communicate with you is bound by a fiduciary relationship meaning that they cannot share your personal information or reflections without your permission unless it is a matter of life and death, personal safety or danger to yourself or the community. So you may feel free to share your thoughts and feelings privately, knowing they will not be shared without your consent and will only be used to best counsel you on your spiritual path. It is important on the Kemetic path to not harbor self-delusions (lies) to yourself and this is why this issue is prominent in the precepts of Maat.


Use of Materials

By registering to take any of the courses at the Kemet university the student agrees not to copy or otherwise reproduce or redistribute the materials contained in the course except for personal use.



No previous experience or previous academic work in Neterian Theology or Kemetic/Neterian Philosophy are required in order to enroll in one of the programs of the Kemt University and Virtual Seminary. Also, no previous academic work from other institutions is required in order to enroll in one of the programs of the Kemet University. What is required is the desire and ability to complete the coursework enjoined in the K.U. curriculum. Any student who is unable to fulfill these requirements will be withdrawn from the program at the discretion of the Kemet University review staff.