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5/3/2020 Book Report on Egyptian Mysteries Vol. 3; The Priests and Priestesses of Ancient Egypt pg. 1-34

Ideal natural development of life one emerges into the world within a society. Ask certain questions about life necessary to seek and find the answers. Eventually, this leads to the discovery of the teachings where the clergy is there to guide and support.

A clergy must be able to discern a student to determine what level of teaching they may be ready for. A qualified student has a certain character. They are mature, well-adjusted, have a basic level of cognitive function, able to cope with stress without interrupting rational thought and reflection about the subject being discussed. If these qualities are not yet developed sufficiently. It may be necessary for a student to remain at a level of learning about history, practicing virtue, body and mind purification, and devotion. Spending more time at this level will provide the remedial work needed to undo the damage done by orthodoxy and societal pursuits.

A clergy must also be able to discern themself/their ego as the external observations and experiences could be reflecting the condition of one’s own internal environment. A clergy should have control over the ego and its ability to bully the personality. They can face cognitive dissonance, reflect , assimilate and accommodate changes to allow for a new personality to emerge. A clergy student is developing increased vision and perceiving higher truth in and beyond the mind. They are adapting and integrating truth. They are becoming free from self doubt, inadequacy and mental complexes.

A clergy should also have foundational knowledge of the history, development, location, names associated with, time lines, religion, impact on the world and main myths of Kemet. One must have the vocabulary and language to discuss it along with nuances if any.

In conclusion, a qualified clergy has grown through the teachings in a way that renders them capable of receiving higher philosophical training through and they in turn are able to recognize other personalities that are on that same path and are able to be a support for them as other qualified teachers were for them.

HTP,
Olapeju