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Dua for your assistance Asar Maat
It is –in this day and age- difficult to find a reasonable location that can be sustained by the interested population, to conduct even a study group.
The format of classes can have the main 4 disciplines but as you have noted, a more specific and tailored scriptural basis based on the ancient temple would be perhaps more appealing as well as powerful in both promoting the following of the teaching as well as a deeper way to project it for self and the congregation.
As far as the references go, the ones mentioned above are generally acceptable as long as they do not conflict with the Shetaut Neter narrative discerned by the Sema Institute. Additionally, it is important to keep in mind that the different periods of the spiritual practice of the temple of Heru at Edfu indicates that discernment needs to be made between more ancient teaching as opposed to Late Period era practices. A reference such as the older Temple of Asar and some fragmentary ancient Heru remnants would also be appropriate.
From here the procedure of reconstructing a Heru tradition including scripture, ritual, shedy practices is to collect the potentially applicable items that may correlate to the scripture, ritual, shedy practices and their attendant overall integrated wisdom, collate and compare to the Neterian Narrative and include accordingly after being verified and vetted appropriately.
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