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A.) The most important themes were the elaborating or defining of Shetaut Neter. Also, the explaining of terms such as Mandrake, Neterianism and what they believe in. Lastly, there was a theme about Nehast; spiritual awakening, sheti disciplines, yoga poses and focusing on the spiritual aspect of the poses, engaging in the disciplines with the poses, doing meditations that resonate with your personality. There was a discussion about books cannot enlighten you by themselves and you have to put into practice the teachings with a teacher to instruct you.
B.) The most important theme to me were the definitions given by Sebai. Sebai spoke about a drink (setjert) that consist of blood, beer, and mandrake (figuratively). Those 3 components are needed in the drink. The blood is the intoxication with the egoism, beer is the intoxication with worldly pleasure, and mandrake is intoxication with the soul. A sacred space is needed because of our involvement in the world and when we’re true in nature we become like Gods and Goddesses. Come as you are and you will be infused with mandrake. Ra is the light and we want to become enlightened. Experiences are needed so the mind can become aware and expand. Highlights: WE ARE A KAMITAN AFRICAN RELIGION, Shetaut Neter was practiced in Ancient Egypt and it means hidden divinity, the 3 parts are myth/ritual/mysticism, Shetaut Neter has been around since 10,000 BCE (probably even longer), and ALL major religions were influenced by Shetaut Neter, however, they fail to practice the mysticism. The universal aspect of Shetaut Neter is that everyone is divine and the cultural is worship your African gods and goddesses without apology and there was a quote made from Dr. Henry Clarke. NETERIANISM are those who follow Shetaut Neter and the founder is Lord Khepri. Blood lineage cannot be relied upon.