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Egyptian Mysteries Level 1, Lesson 13, Reading Assignment: Introduction to Egyptian Yoga and Neterian Religion a Workbook for New Aspirants pp. 10-22

Questions: What is the relationship between the Egyptians and Ethiopians?
The ancient Egyptians were colonists sent out of Ethiopia.
The terms Ethiopia, Nubia, Kush, and Sudan all refer to the land of the blacks. The name Egypt also means land of the blacks. Therefore, the word Qamit is equivalent to the word Kush, due to their relationship to the black land. Both terms denote the primary quality that defines Africa, black or blackness (referring to the land and its people).
The quality of blackness and the consonantal sound of K or Q, as well as the reference to the land are all aspects of commonality between the Ancient Kushitic and Kamitan terms.

Question: What is the Initiatic Way of Education?
The Initiatic Way of Education is a process whereby the teachings are passed on through an exact system that involves listening to, study of, and meditation upon the teachings in a proper environment, with proper guidance.

Question: How does the Kemetic Counselor help the seeker?
The Kemetic Yogic Teacher helps an individual to turn the anguish, disappointment, and pain experienced as a result of interaction with the world into a desire to rise above it. The Sehu or Kemetic Yoga counselor needs to help the seeker restructure and channel those energies which arise from disappointment and frustration into a healthy dispassion of the world and its entanglements.

Question: How should a beginning spiritual aspirant think about the different levels of aspirants?
Those who have yet to experience inner vision should be concerned with awakening the Spiritual Self, that is to become conscious of the divine presence within one’s self and the universe by having faith that there is a spiritual essence beyond ordinary human understanding.