Activation 15 Phosphorus

At Kom Ombo temple where we were held by two major deities Haroeris (Horus the Elder) and Sobek (crocodile god of fertility) we activated the element Phosphorus.  This temple is unique in that it is divided equally between the two deities, one representing the light and the other representing darkness who then found his way to the light.

In the form of Haroeris, Horus represents the god of light and the husband of Hathor.  He was one of the oldest gods of ancient Egypt. He became the first national god (God of the Kingdom). Later, he also became the patron of the pharaohs, and was called the son of truth – signifying his role as an important upholder of Ma'at.  He was seen as a great falcon with outstretched wings whose right eye was the sun and the left one was the moon. 

Sobek is, above all else, an aggressive and animalistic deity who lives up to the vicious reputation of his patron animal, the large and violent Nile crocodile.  Some of his common epithets betray this nature succinctly, the most notable of which being: "he who loves robbery", "he who eats while he also mates", and "pointed of teeth".   However, he also displays grand benevolence in more than one celebrated myth. After his association with Horus and consequent adoption into the Osirian triad of Osiris, Isis, and Horus, Sobek became associated with Isis as a healer of the deceased Osiris (following his violent murder by Set in the central Osiris myth).  It is from this association with healing that Sobek was considered a protective deity. His fierceness was able to ward off evil while simultaneously defending the innocent.

As we activated the element Phosphorus we were reminded of its necessity in the land for fertility and also the luminous effect it has in the dark.  Bringing light into the darkness is the deep intent of all of our work and in particular in connection with our Merkaba and the Merkaba of the planet and the cosmos.  Moving upward in consciousness to fifth dimensional energies requires us to bring balance particularly between the physical and spiritual and light and dark.  As we were preparing ourselves, our attention was drawn to the dual construction of the temple and that each of the opposites were perfectly symmetrical - the light and the dark were both celebrated as a part of the human condition.  Once our own light and darkness is perfectly balanced we are in a place of transformation.

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