There are at least seven fundamental principles that supported
and inspired all the philosophy and mystical spirituality of the
Pharaoh and his kingdom.
1. There is but One Universal order
Each and every sentient being, or situation in their time, is bound
to accomplish a specific mission on earth.
2. There is One Cosmic Unity
This principal is based on the concept that everything that exists
is a particular manifestation of the One essence. As above, so below.
What is questionable is a reflection of what is not.
3. There is only One Measure
One measure, one portion, one ration was considered the base from
where all beings, things and time constitute mere exponential figures.
They are only multiples and submultiples of the same portion.
4. There is One Cosmic Law that
precedes all spiritual laws:
This One Law determines that there are a Universal order and a Cosmic
Unity that manifests itself through the One measure. We firmly believe
that the Egyptians carried and embraced the primary principal of the
Lemurian Law of One.
5. There is only One Intelligence
There is One Intelligent Mind that encompasses and embraces everything
that exists. All the other Intelligence are mere reflections and
individualized manifestations of the One Intelligent Mind.
6. There is only One Path
This is the way of obedience to the One Law that reigns the Universal
Order and that precedes all others. The One Law determines the Unity
of all parts with its Essence.
7. There is only One Reality
The understanding of the existence of One Reality reiterates that the
Universe manifests itself through repetition of the same spirit through
different stages of conscious expressions. There are the infinite
aspects of manifestation that make creation possible and intelligible,
throughout the various parcels of time.
Inside all these principles, we perceive a deep philosophical reach. Each
principle reflects a comprehension of Cause and Effect, a manifestation
of facts and events. The Ancient Egyptian civilization was mesmerized by
the study of the mysteries of Life and Death. They believed that death was
a portal for a new and real life, as the seed needs to “die” to bring to
life a new plant.
7 Ancient Egyptian Universal Precepts
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