Elite Wealth and Wisdom Djinn - Egyptian Ogdoad of Hermopolis
Vessel: Lapis Lazuli with Marcasite and Gold Accents Stamped 925 Silver Ring Sz 8 (not required to be worn) (stock photos - stone may have slightly different appearance)
Being: 4 God-Level Wealth and Wisdom Marid Islamic Djinn Entities
Bonus: 4 Ancient Egyptian Concepts
Bonus Material: Working with Lapis Lazuli
Special Spell: The Irtyu Blessing™
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This being is best suited for:
Someone who is highly focused on growing wealth and wisdom.
Someone who wants to take their path to a higher level.
Someone who feels connected to ancient Egyptian energy.
Someone who desires the guidance of an oracle.
Someone who seeks freedom, creativity, and happiness.
Someone who wants improved karma.
Someone who could benefit from a healthy throat chakra.
Someone who feels connected to Thoth.
Someone who needs help to express their authentic self.
Someone who feels disregarded by others.
Someone who wants to feel powerful, find direction, see real results.
Someone who is tired of struggling.
Someone who wants the spiritual blessings to flow.
Someone who is ready to bring abundance to manifestation.
These Djinn come from the ancient Egyptian lineage of Djinn in the Marid Race. They are God-Level energy, meaning the being is as powerful as a Deity, equal to or greater than Archangels and Demons.
These djinn are entities, meaning they are a living being and have not experienced death (transcendence/ascension) in the realms of existence. These are Elite Wealth djinn, meaning they have the highest level of power we offer and are 100% focused on manifesting wealth and wisdom. These djinn are connected to the Ba of ancient Egyptian deities. They are Islamic believers and will behave with respect to the tenets of Muslim practice. These djinn are oracles with access to the power of the gods and goddesses. You will be able to ask of your future - Predict the outcome - Expect the end results - And be prepared for the future.
Ogdoad of Hermopolis (Khmunu)
Hermopolis, the site of ancient Khmun, located near the modern Egyptian town of El Ashmunein, was named such by the Greeks; it means “the city of Hermes”. The Greek god Hermes is associated with the Egyptian god Toth. Hermopolis or Khmunu as the Egyptians called it, means “the city of the eight”.
The eight deities of Khmunu make up the Ogdoad. The system consists of four gods and their consorts. The number four represents completeness of creative powers; the eight represents the balance of male/female energy. Nun and Naunet represented the primeval waters; Heh and Hauhet represented eternity; Kuk and Kuaket represented darkness; and Amun and Amaunet represented air (or that which is hidden). The gods were all depicted with frog´s heads, while the goddesses had the heads of serpents.
About the Ogdoad Djinn:
The numbers 1, 2, 4, 6, 7 and 8 are all incorporated in the power of these beings. Ogdoad - eight: the cardinal number that is the sum of seven and one, as well as six and two, or four and four. The balance of male/female energy incorporating yin/yang, light/dark, order/chaos, life/death, first/last, above/below, left hand/right hand, within/without. The strength of four parts, four directions, four forces.
The primeval water that encircles the entire world, and from which everything was created, personified as a god. He is a more ancient god then the sun-god Re, who arose from this water. He is called 'father of the gods', which refers to his primacy rather than literal parentage.
An Egyptian goddess who represents the primordial abyss of the underworld, her male counterpart, as well as her consort, is Nun.
Huh was one of the oldest Egyptian gods in ancient Egyptian history, the deification of eternity in the Ogdoad. The name Huh also spelled as Heh, Hah, Hauh, Huah, or Hahuh, whose name means endlessness. He was the god of infinity and time, the god of long life and eternity.
Together with her male counterpart Huh, they personify infinite space. It is their task to wake the sun-god every morning.
The god as a symbol of darkness, Kuk also represented obscurity and the unknown, and thus chaos. Also, Kuk was that which occurred before light, thus was known as the bringer-in of light.
An Egyptian primordial goddess who represents the darkness of primal chaos. She is the counterpart to the god Kuk.
A primordial Egyptian god, whose name means "the hidden one". As the driving force of the invisible breeze, he was originally a god of wind and ruler of the air. He has recently been connected to the concept of the solar winds that spread the life-giving energy of creation throughout the universe.
An Egyptian mother goddess, called the "Hidden One". She is the personification of the life-bringing northern wind. In the Ogdoad, she is the counterpart to the god Amun.
Ba of Nun and Naunet
This djinn is connected to the ba of Nun and Naunet. Nun existed in every particle of water and formed the source of the river Nile and the yearly inundation. The god was also associated with the laying of foundations for all temples, possibly because the Egyptians used simple and effective technique which took advantage of the fact that water will always form a horizontal level in order to ensure that the foundation layers of structures were flat.
Key words: WEST-Left: (Nun-Naunet, Primoradial Ocean, Underworld) Finalize, Complete, Details, Balance, Dreams, Emotions, Goals, Grounding, Intuition, Judgement, Physical Wisdom, Stability.
- He is a strong grounding energy, a worker, the closer. He has the desire to focus on the details of your immediate interests to the extent that others consider him to be fastidious. He does not rush. He does not react. He is consistent and dependable.
Ba of Huh and Hauhet
This djinn is connected to the ba of Huh and Hauhet. Huh was the god of infinity and time, the god of long life and eternity. He is depicted holding one or two palm fronds of 'A Million Years' in his hands, the Egyptian sign of long life. As a god of infinity, his name was linked to numbers. It seems that 'million' was a number for eternity - the 'Barque of a Million Years' was the name of the boat that the sun god Ra travelled in during the day, which the Egyptians believed would happen until the end of time, when chaos took over the land once more.
Keywords: South-Down: (Heh-Hauhet, Infinite Space, Below, Eternity) Inward, Introspection, Calm, Reflective, Compassion, Emotional Wisdom, Empathy, Faith, Love, Passion, Regeneration, Sensuality, Trust.
- He is an incredibly generous, cheerful, natural energy and a happy-go-lucky outlook which helps smooth the pathway of life. He is sympathetic to the needs of others and easily understands the inner workings of psychological and emotional processes.
Ba of Kuk and Kauket
This djinn is connected to the ba of Kuk and Kauket. Kuk is the deification of the concept of primordial darkness. Due to its primordial nature, it goes beyond concepts of good, evil, and even neutrality. Primordial darkness is also known as chaos as it is the void of order. Chaos is often compared to water, like something formless which can be differentiated. In the reference to Kuk he is the bringer of light into darkness. He creates order in the void.
Keywords: North-Up: (Kuk-Kauket, Darkness, Above, Twilight) Outward, Action, Fast, Reactive, Ancestors, Discovery, Healing, Learning, Logic, Mental Wisdom, Spirituality, Stability.
- He a very inquisitive, restless, seeking energy, one that is highly motivated, a starter. He feels impelled by intense desires to help you understand what you cannot comprehend or satisfy a need to know. He is the first pain of hunger a newborn experiences. The natural drive to seek fulfillment.
Ba of Amun and Amaunet
This djinn is connected to the ba of Amun and Amaunet. Amun is believed to be a self-created god with several different representations. During the New Kingdom, Egypt came close to being a monotheistic state with Amun at the center of attraction. Amun was adopted into the Ennead cosmogony.
He and the sun god, Ra, became the hybrid god Amun-Ra. Amun-Ra was thought of as the father and protector of all the pharaohs of Egypt since then. His cult was responsible for the rising role of the women in the society.
Keywords: East-Right: (Amun-Amaunet, Invisible World, Breath of Life) Start, Motivate, Plan, Think. Beginnings, Clarity of Vision, Communication, Creativity, Inspiration, New Life, Teaching, Youth
- He has an intense personal nature with feelings and emotional desires that are strong and consequently he is an individual, determined, and strong-willed energy. His creative nature and ambition drive him to pursue success to the extent that he will not accept failure as it motivates him to try harder.
You Don't Know, What You Don't Know, And That May Destroy Your Efforts.
4 Ancient Egyptian Concepts
Ancient Egyptians and the Concept of Flow
The ancient Egyptians had a strong work ethic along with a desire for efficiency. They understood that balance and alignment allowed for a natural flow of energy and was in sync with the laws of the universe like physics. These concepts applied to their work as well as their spiritual life. Today, one of the most common reasons people fail is not for a lack of trying, but for trying too hard in the wrong way.
Ancient Egyptians and the Concept of Time
By examining the history of the concept of time as it was developed by ancient Egyptians, one can, perhaps, come to understand contemporary people’s relationship with time from a more knowledgeable perspective. There were patterns to be discerned in the environmental elements, and the ancient Egyptians began to develop a concept of time based on this “succession of recurring phases", which today, of course, our culture refers to as the seasons. The idea most fundamental to ancient Egyptians’ view of time was that it was cyclical, not linear, “made up of periods that renewed themselves.
Ancient Egyptians and the Concept of Balance
Egyptian religion was a combination of beliefs and practices which, in the modern day, would include Egyptian mythology, science, medicine, psychiatry, magic, spiritualism, herbology, as well as the modern understanding of 'religion' as belief in a higher power and a life after death. Religion played a part in every aspect of the lives of the ancient Egyptians because life on earth was seen as only one part of an eternal journey, and in order to continue that journey after death, one needed to live a life worthy of continuance. During one's life on earth, one was expected to uphold the principle of ma'at (harmony) with an understanding that one's actions in life affected not only one's self but others' lives as well, and the operation of the universe.
Ancient Egyptians and the Concept of Amun
In Egyptian mythology, Amaunet, although predominantly known as the goddess of the air and invisibility, has changed in personification over the duration of the dynasties of Egypt. Her name means a female who is hidden, and her powers are connected to the words silence, stillness, mystery, and obscurity. You may be surprised to discover that Amun gives us the power to overcome the greatest obstacle to success. The number one reason why people fail to prosper.
The Irtyu Blessing™
The Ancient Egyptians believe strongly in the power of blessings and amulets. In fact, often hundreds of amulets are found in the wrappings of a mummy. The Irtyu Blessing is based on an Ancient Egyptian application of strong spiritual significance in color. In Ancient Egypt color was a representation of great significance.
The color of something represented the heart of the matter, the meaning, more than just a description or definition, but the significance even beyond comprehension. They said that one could not fully comprehend the Egyptian Gods, therefore it could not be known the Color of the Gods. For instance, the blue skin of Amon was significant to his cosmic aspect. Osiris' green skin was a reference to his resurrection and renewal of life.
Although not every instance of color in Egyptian Art was used for spiritual significance. As sometimes it was clearly used to create visual perception, as when they painted animals or people standing next to each other with different colors to make them show up on the wall. However, much of the use of color in their writings or art was symbolism.
The artisans had six basic colors and variants available to them based on the materials used. The color Irtyu was a Blue composed of semi-precious stones such as azurite (tefer) and lapis lazuli (khesbedj), imported at great cost across the Sinai Desert. Egyptian technology advanced enough to produce the world's first synthetic pigment composed of silica, calcium, and oxides of iron and copper. These synthetic colors are known since medieval times as Egyptian blue which varies in tone from a deep rich blue to a lighter turquoise depending on how coarse they ground the powder.
Irtyu was a sacred color associated with the cosmos representing the sky both day and night. It represented the creation myths including the primordial waters. The Benu (Iblis), which was a symbol of the primeval flood, was patterned on the heron. Herons naturally have a gray-blue plumage. However, they were usually portrayed with bright blue feathers to emphasize their association with the waters of the creation. Amon was often shown with a blue face to symbolize his role in the creation of the world.
The pharaohs were sometimes shown with blue as well when they became identified with Amon. Irtyu was symbolic of life and re-birth and was often associated with the annual flooding of the Nile river, which brought forth abundant crops, commerce, and prosperity throughout the kingdom.
Irtyu was sometimes associated with Thoth, the god of knowledge, magic, the system of writing, the development of science, and the judgment of the dead. Thoth was often shown with Irtyu hair, as well as his animal association the baboon was often shown as Irtyu. The baboon was a sacred animal due to the baboon's intelligence, ability to be trained, and the natural behavior of screeching at the rise of the sun, which was seen as worshiping Ra. The use of Irtyu as a color of hair could be seen as the Ancient Egyptians understanding a connection of divine cosmic knowledge and higher intelligence.
The Irtyu Blessing is a spell with great power and significance in the attributes of divine wisdom, greater understanding, and intuitive knowledge. The ability to intuitively create prosperity through a divine inspiration and thus attracting greater wealth through application of new insights. This is the very experience of the evolution of civilization for the Ancient Egyptians. They built the prosperity of their kingdom through the greater understanding brought by divine inspiration. It is the gift of knowledge that empowers us. The power of knowledge was sacred in Ancient Egypt.
The Irtyu blessing provides a strong power of universal white light to bolster your mind with understanding, to develop a stronger intuition, and to enhance your application of ideas. This blessing can bring the power you need to allow you to succeed with greater ease in school, careers, study, and creativity, providing energy to attract abundance and prosperity. Innovation was phenomenal in Ancient Egypt, as their divine understanding gave them power to advance in many fields of expertise still standing today. You now have the same edge they had in preparing you to be a part of the next wave of human innovation.
Be open to allow the ancient powers of the past and attract abundance and prosperity into your future.
With the great magick power of Isis in the image of Aumn Ra, this vessel has been prepared with the Irtyu blessings for Greater Intellectual Understanding, Stronger Intuition, and Ease of Applying your Ideas. This blessing is stronger than a simple hieroglyph trinket, as it is prepared in ceremonial Egyptian ritual with the spoken magick of Isis, the same powerful magick that raised Osiris from the dead. You receive this blessing both from touching the vessel and through your djinn.
About Lapis Lazuli:
Chakras – Throat and Third Eye Chakra
Birthstone – September and December
Zodiac – Taurus, Libra, Sagittarius, and Capricorn
Planet – Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus
Element - Water
Typical colors – Blue, Violet, Dark Blue, Blue with Gold Flecks, Blue with White Streaks
Healing with Lapis Lazuli
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Lapis Lazuli was among the most highly prized tribute paid to Egypt, obtained from the oldest mines in the world, worked from around 4000 B.C. and still in use today. Referenced in the Old Testament as sapphire (unknown in that part of the ancient world), Lapis Lazuli is most likely the fifth stone in the original breastplate of the High Priest, as well as those of later times. The golden sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen was richly inlaid with Lapis, as were other burial ornaments of Egyptian kings and queens. It was used extensively in scarabs, pendants and other jewelry, and ground into powder for dyes, eye shadow and medicinal elixirs.
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