Ancient Egyptian transformation with the flower of life


The ancient Egyptians did they know about the secrets of life

They knew about immortality

They use healing methods far beyond the traditional reiki

Here you can transform yourself, physical and spiritual

You are empowered to ancient egytian symbols and energies

Golden light is one of the most powerful energies applied upon your spirit and body with the flower of life

The egytian symbols are casted in golden light for your betterment.


The symbol

The ankh, it is use for eternal life, balance of male and female energy. These are the energies of creation.

The dked symbol it is uses to awaken your kundalini with golden energy and stabilized it.


Kepher is the god of transformation

the flower of life balance your emotional and mental body and central nerve system


Egyptian dolphins’ are the carriers of golden love through the flower of life and your dna

It brings more individuality and creativity in your life it is also good for, harmonious relations with others, coping with change, and comfortable transformation.


And empowerment to the cosmic eye of ra

There is no master level


Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu empowerments





(Egyptian: nḫ-f-n-ḫnsw), also known as Ankh-af-na-khonsu, was a priest of the Egyptian god Mentu who lived in Thebes during the 25th and 26th dynasty (c. 725 BCE). He was the son of Bes-en-Mut and Ta-neshet.

Meaning of the name

"A translation of the name might be close to the following: Ankh is both a tool and a symbol meaning 'new life.' “eternal life” The line af is always part of another word that provides  force strength.   The word, na is generally used as a preposition, such as 'to, for, belonging to, through, or for the reason that.' Khonsu was the adopted son of Amun and Mut from the Theban triad. His name comes from a word meaning, 'to cross over' or 'wanderer' or 'he who traverses.' So, his entire name may be translated as 'the truth that has crossed over.'

The Stela of Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu

The Stela of Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu (Cairo A 9422 [formerly Bulaq 666])is a painted, wooden offering stele, discovered in the 1858 at the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut at Dayr al-Bahri

It says:

"...has left the multitudes and retorts those who are in the light, he has opened the dwelling place of the stars; now then, the deceased, Ankh-af-na-khonsu has gone forth by day in order to do everything that pleased him upon earth, among the living."


Cairo Stela A 9422: Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu is the figure standing on the right.



The Obverse Side

The Front of the Stele contains the following:

Nuit frames the curved top. She is the Goddess of the Night Sky.

Hadit, the winged solar disc, with the inscription, “the great god, Lord of the sky.”

Horus, the hawk-headed solar god, sits on his throne. The inscription reads, “Ra-hoor-khuit, chief of the gods.”

Ankh-af-na-khonsu stands prior to Horus. His inscription reads, “The deceased, priest of Mentu, Lord of Thebes, the justified one for whom the doors of the sky are opened in Karnack, Ankh-f-n-khonsu.”

The Altar, which contains offerings, shows bread, beer, cattle and fowl.

The main body of text is a prayer to Ra-Hoor-Khuit. According to more modern interpretation, it says:

The words spoken by the Osiris (i.e. the deceased), the priest of Monthu, Lord of Thebes, the one who opens the doors of the sky in Karnack, the justified Ankh-f-n-Khonsu—

"O High One, may He be praised, the Great One of power, the spirit of great dignity, who brings fear of himself to the gods, who shines forth upon his throne—

Make open the way for my soul, my spirit, and my shadow, for I am equipped so that I might shine forth as an equipped one, make open the way for me to the place where Ra, Atum, Kheper, and Hathor are."

The deceased, priest of Monthu, Lord of Thebes, the justified Ankh-f-n-Khonsu, the son of the man with the same titles, Bes-en-mut, and the son of the musician of Amun-Re, the mistress of the house Taneshi."


The Reverse Side

The reverse side, which is covered with hieroglyphs, is the following prayer:

 Words are spoken by the Osiris, priest of Monthu, Lord of Thebes, the justified Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu.

"O my heart of my mother (two times), O my heart while I am upon earth, do not rise up against me—as my witness, do not oppose me in the tribunal, do not be hostile against me in the presence of the Great God, Lord of the West.

Although I have joined myself to the earth in the great western side of the sky, may I endure upon earth."

Words spoken by the Osiris, the priest of Thebes, the justified Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu—

"O Unique One, who shines as the moon, may the deceased, Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu, go forth among your multitide (this to the outside)—O deliverer of those who are in the sunshine, open for him the Netherworld (the Daat)—indeed the Osiris, Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu, shall go forth by day to do that which he wills upon the earth and among the living."





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