Reply To: Teachings of Temple of Aset Lesson 7 Discussion Forum

Bastu Yashi

Which hieroglyphic term covered in this lesson was most captivating to you personally and why?

Neter is a hieroglyphic symbol of a flag, meaning god/goddess -but most importantly, genderless divinity. This means androgynous, without form, nondescript. Ra mentions that he comes from this in the scripture. This is an integral, prolific aspect of this lesson and teaching – it solidifies that there is something higher than Ra, which he has descended from – that which is nondescript. This is pertinent to reflect, and meditate upon to start to fathom, and eventually own that all comes from Nun – that which is without form, and which all will return thereto.

As an initiate, I am integrating Maati practices to assist in the process of poisoning the illusion of Ra (creation), to Asetian dissolution of time and space identification. The Neter heiroglyphic is a subtle reminder of the illusory nature of creation and the related Khak ab required to overcome this. Dua, htp,

Shems Yashi

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