The Egyptian Deities


Reference is made in The Awakening to our human/spirit collaboration with the Egyptian deities. For those who would like to know more about these deities, we are providing some additional insights.

For many, Egyptian deities exist solely as legend and myth originating in tales from ancient times. The idea supernatural beings could have roamed the Earth is an unfathomable notion to many with a modern-day mindset.

Honestly, it may be a greater challenge yet for some to imagine such deities continue to exist in contemporary times. Skeptics will consider this fanciful, but those in the know insist this knowledge—what some consider belief—is actual reality and beyond dispute. While Egyptian deities (and “olden-times” deities from the Sumerian culture and before) are not wandering the planet in present-times, they exist. They oversee, guide and inspire humankind from spiritual realms. 

In times past, such gods and goddesses, operating with various names in different countries, placed considerable emphasis on civilizing humanity. This included imparting knowledge about arts and sciences; mathematics, astrology, calendars, urban living, social skills and so much more. They also conferred critical know-how for survival disciplines such as farming, agriculture, irrigation systems, metallurgy, textile-making, and so on.

Without question, the deities are responsible, in wide-ranging ways, for shaping the evolution and spiritual trajectory of modern man. Now, once again, they are extending a hand. Their current gesture, The Dawn of Eden Project, is a carefully orchestrated initiative to impart the crowning jewel of enlightenment unto humanity. It may be likened to the making of an exquisitely woven tapestry as the Egyptian deities continue to oversee, guide and inspire humankind from spiritual realms.

Dawn of Eden’s temple-complex is a veritable oasis of transformational energy. Paintings, infused with the transcendent energy of each deity respectively, are hanging throughout the sanctuary. There are more of these magical paintings than wall space to accommodate them. Nevertheless, more deity-compositions are lined up to follow as funding permits. One by one, deities not yet present will unveil themselves to reveal their patronage of this spiritually uplifting celestial initiative.

Reference to “Egyptian deities” is meant to acknowledge the majority of deities known to be championing The Dawn of Eden Project, at present, are from the Egyptian culture. However, many of the deities fostering the initiative are from “the olden times.” This includes highly revered deities from the Sumerian culture (and before) which preceded the Egyptian civilization. As well, other esteemed deities supporting the project were from countries outside the Middle East.

© 2015-2021 Dan Reynolds All Rights Reserved

Back to Top