Chapter 1: Exploring Kamta
Our Purpose in Life
Beauty in Simplicity
Exercise 1: Issuing Commands to the Universe
Chapter 2: Who is the Great I AM?
Rau: The Divine POWER of I AM
Who Are We?
Exercise 2: Interpreting Universal Signs
Chapter 3: Exploring the Three Aspects of Our Awareness
The Ba: Our Divine Spark Within
The Sahu and Our Garment
The Ab and the Human Soul
Exercise 3: How to Begin to Cleanse the Soul
Chapter 4: How to Defeat the Enemy
Exploring the Sahu Further
Heaven & Hell Is a State Of Mind
Exercise 4: How to Recognize Divine Signs
Chapter 5: The Three Paths to Ultimate Power
Path of the Deshret Crown: POWER by Struggle & Spirituality
Path of the Hedjet Crown: POWER by Consequence & Mysticism
Path of the Pschent Crown: POWER by Resolve & Miracles
We Are All Called
Exercise 5: How to Accept the Call
Chapter 6: Obtaining Power over Evil
Children of Osar versus the Casualties of Set
The Spiritual Wickedness in High Places
Exercise 6: How to Create a Pschent Talisman
Chapter 7: Creating a Magical Way of Life
The Seven Divine Abilities
The Gods Were People Too!
Working the Kamitic Faith
Exercise 7: Creating Sacred Space for You Guardian Spirits
Appendix A: Suggested Practices
Appendix B: Selected Bibliography
Our Purpose in Life
…Managing tefnut and shu in our daily life is an everyday affair. Since both forces are needed in order to maintain the Circle of Life, whenever either one of these two forces becomes too polarized it creates imbalance. Therefore, by seeing the KAMTA and TASETT relationship in everything we are able to maintain order in our life. For instance, imagine if you are in a heated discussion that takes a turn and becomes an argument. Usually, when we are in this situation where we hear another arguing with us. We naturally tend to become annoyed, agitated, restless and stressed because the situation is hot, full of active energy, vibrant emotions, and full of shu energy. If you give into the annoyance, agitation or stress and respond by arguing with the individual, you have just caused the whole situation to tip towards TASETT, thus creating an imbalance, which could possibly lead to a fight.
By staying calm and silent instead of offering a rebuttal, you have just imbued the heated situation with cooling tefnut energies, thus creating balance returning back to KAMTA. As a result, the possible fight that was soon to erupt has been defused.
|Red Deshret Crown||White Hedjet Crown|
Aggression and physical force are needed in order to survive in this physical world, but passive and spiritual forces are needed to live a happy and peaceful life. So, the red Deshret crown is used to symbolize TASETT, while the white Hedjet crown is used to symbolize KAMTA.
Historically, TASETT was the Old Kingdom name of Lower Kamit, and KAMTA was the Old Kingdom name of Upper Kamit. When the two crowns were worn together, they formed one single crown called the Pschent crown symbolizing the unification of Ancient Egypt.
On the Edge of Two Worlds
Metaphorically speaking KAMTA symbolizes the higher self or higher division of our spirit, while TASETT symbolizes the lower self or lower division of our spirit. When both crowns were worn as one, they symbolized the unification of kingdom (higher and lower divisions of our spirit or self) within and our ability to live in harmony with nature, which is very similar to the Chinese yang and yin symbol.
|Red & White Pschent Crown and Yang and Yin Symbol|
Our objective in life is to learn how to unify and maintain the unity of our kingdom by tapping into the higher or upper division of our spirit, hence the name of the tradition, Kamta.
 The white Hedjet crown was also known as the crown of Narmer, the first ruler to unify Kamit.