Official TWIN EYE Mystery Schools Paper on the Ancient Egyptian Soul Sciences © Susan Elsa Project Edu-Tainment
This work is a completing approach to the modern translation work of Wallis E. Budge about the ancient Egyptian Spiritual Writings regarding the subjects “resurrection, birth, death, body layers, funerary rituals, soul-protecting spells” and more. In this work you can find confirmation for the things I have stated from personal memories. Inside this Paper, you will find also a lot of spiritual explanations on Michael Jackson’s works, with Focus here on DANCING THE DREAM, a Book of personal Poems and Thoughts by Michael.
The first time I saw this translation book, named “Book of the Dead” and “Book of Coming Forth By Day”, was in my unique extraordinary trip to Egypt in November 2010, when I was working on my Twin Soul Music Album with real applied spiritual work in the process of making the Songs (channeling them with Michael Jackson).
I went for a whole Day to the famous library in Alexandria, Egypt, and researched to confirm my returned memories and experiences with Michael prior.
I will now give chosen excerpts from Budge’s book and for each section of chosen parts with unanswered questions archeologists and historians have, fill in the gaps a bit further with direct knowledge. This is “book” was originally “written” by me, in ancient Egypt. I made and taught them “spells to protect the soul”, like I did with my Osiris. This is a perfect merging of past and present, in knowledge documentation.
MICHAEL JACKSON AND THE BIRD SYMBOLISM ©
“Two Birds” written by Michael Jackson
Book: Dancing the Dream
“It’s hard to tell them what I feel for you. They haven’t ever met you, and no one has your picture. So how can they ever understand your mystery?
Let’s give them a clue:
Two birds sit on a tree. One eats cherries while the other looks on. Two birds fly through the air. One’s song drops like crystal from the sky while the other keeps silent. Two birds wheel in the sun.
One catches the light on its silver feathers, while the other spreads wings of invisibility.
It’s easy to guess which bird I am, but they’ll never find you. Unless …
Unless they already know a love that never interferes, that watches from beyond, that breathes free in the invisible air.
Sweet bird, my soul, your silence is so precious.
How long will it be before the world hears YOUR SONG IN MINE?
Oh, that is a day I hunger for!”
Now, dear readers, let us quickly analyze the keywords before moving ahead to connect the “spiritual dots”.
Michael begins this special Poem with expressing how difficult it is to share this feeling with people and the public on Earth. This is a Poem about his Dreams and the “mystery woman” he kept seeing in his dreams, thinking it might be a “female angel” that watches over him. He also was not aware, just like me, before we met, that this woman he sees is his twin soul and really exists on Earth, to be met in person. We met only in 2007, so this Poem was written years before we met, which is further public proof and confirmation of Michael Jackson’s personal psychic intuitive skills in his works and private thoughts.
He says:” They have never met you, and no one has your picture.”
Note: Here is my TWO BIRDS Picture, by the way, from my Childhood in the late 1980s, right before Michael published his 2 Birds Poem and Book it is featured in…
Nobody in modern time “met Isis of ancient Egypt”, having lived thousands of years ago. Nobody in modern time, met this “dreamy mystery woman” and not even Mike in the phase he wrote this Poem in. People do not know, who Michael Jackson’s woman is. It is in his story a big mystery as well.
This simply means, Michael Jackson’s identity and looks is known in public, and he is famous. His mystery woman is the unknown factor.
Michael Jackson did an impressive psychic spiritual job within his artistic works. I am revealing to you, how precise Michael “channeled” ideas that were parallel to life facts from my life. As a child, I owned Two Birds, so-called love birds. I loved them, as a couple, and when one died, my parents told me it flew away out the window. I was so sad. I never forgot the bird and kept thinking about where it flew to.
After this time, Michael published his Book of thoughts and reflections in poetry form, Dancing the Dream, and reflected on thoughts about two birds with ancient Egyptian symbolic language.
Now, let us take a deep good look at this fascinating connection between Michael’s precise work and ancient historic and archeological facts found and analyzed in modern time. These excerpts are small portions chosen for educational and documentary purpose.
Original Excerpt from Author Note: Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge (27 July 1857 – 23 November 1934) was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.
Source Link for Information on the Author: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._A._Wallis_Budge
The African Doctrine of Last Things.
The offerings found in the pre-dynastic tombs of Egypt prove that the indigenous inhabitants of the country believed in existence after death, and the persistent allusions to “everlasting life” and immortality which are found in the texts of all periods show that the belief in a resurrection was general. Two or three passages are sufficient to prove how definite this belief was, and it is unnecessary to quote more than the following: To Unas, a king of the VIth dynasty, it is said, “Hail Unas! Assuredly thou hast not gone as one dead, but as one living to sit upon the throne of Osiris.”
Again, the same king is declared to be the son of the god Temu, the Father-god and Creator, and it is said:” He (i.e. Temu) liveth, this Unas liveth; he dieth not, this Unas dieth not.” That this life beyond the grave was everlasting is proved by the words of Thoth, who said to the deceased: “ Thou shalt exist for millions of years, (thy) life period shall be millions of years.” The deceased says that his soul is both God and eternity, therefore God is eternal and His servant partakes of the attributes of the Deity and lives for ever with Him.
THE KA OR DOUBLE
Having proved by their own words that the Egyptians believed in a future life, we have to try and find out from their religious literature (1) what portion of a man’s entity it was which lived after the death of his body(2) what form it lived in; and(3) where it lived. These questions are full of difficulties, for however closely we may examine the texts, we still find there are many points about which they give no information at all, and the confusions and contradictions which meet us in many documents prove that the writers of them were as much puzzled when they tried to harmonize their statements as we are. The Egyptians more than most peoples tried to explain the unknowable, and, of course, death. The physical body of a man was called KHAT, a word which sometimes has as its determinative a mummy, or a mummy lying on a bier, the word seems to mean something which is decayed. The god Osiris had such a body, and it lay in Anu (Heliopolis).(1)
When the body was born there came into existence with it an abstract individuality or spiritual being, which was wholly independent and distinct from the physical body, but its abode was the body, whose actions it was supposed to direct, and guide, and keep watch over, and it lived in the body until the body died. No healthy child was ever born without this spiritual being, and when the Egyptians drew pictures of it they always made it resemble the body to which it belonged; in other words, they regarded it as its “DOUBLE”. Its name in Egyptian was KA, and the hieroglyph which represents it is:
i.e., two human arms extended at right angles to the breast as if ready to embrace someone (2), in late times KA simple meant “person”, or “self”, and the Romans, had they understood the true meaning of the word, would probably have translated it by “genius natalis”. When the body died the Ka did not die with it, but continued its existence; whether it was supposed to live for ever cannot be said. The body was preserved in a tomb, so that the Ka might come and visit it whenever it pleased, but it could not be considered the dwelling-place of the Ka after its death. Therefore the Egyptians prepared a figure or statue of the dead person to whom the Ka belonged, taking great pains to give it all the characteristics of the deceased, so that the Ka might recognize it as an image of its body and be pleased to enter into the figure and take up its abode there. The Egyptians placed the figure or statue so prepared in the tomb with the body, sometimes in a niche, sometimes in a very small chamber behind a stone partition with an opening in it, so that the Ka might see and hear all that was going on in the tomb when visitors came there to pay visits in its honour. The figures set up in memory of the dead by many modern African peoples are in reality Ka figures, only the original purpose of them has been forgotten. Dr. Schweinfurth rightly says that such figures are not idols, and in describing those which were on the grave of Yanga, the Bongo chief, he mentions rough-hewn figures, as large as life, which were carved to represent the chief followed by his wives and children. Some figures of this king have bead necklaces and rings, and hair is fixed in appropriate places on the body (Heart of Africa, Vol.I, p. 286) No pains are spared in making such figures as life-like as possible. In the case of a very great man such a figure is placed in the middle of the town or village, in order that the living may benefit by consultation with the Ka when it visits it. Thus in the town of Cashil, in the Jaga country, there was such an image, 12 feet high in the centre of a circle of elephant’s tusks, and the natives wer3e in the habit of making offerings of palm oil and goats blood to it. The name of the figure was Quesango (Kizangu). Elsewhere were several smaller images (Andrew Battell, Strange Aventures 1901 edition, p.46)
Not only was it necessary to provide a figure to the Ka to dwell in, but if it was not to perish of cold, hunger, and thirst, offerings of meat, drink, clothing, etc., must be placed in the tomb by the friends and relatives of the dead, so that the Ka might eat and drink, anoint and dress itself, even as its body had done when upon earth. The Ka did not, of course, consume the actual offerings of food which were given to it, but only the spirits, or “doubles” of the bread, beer, vegetables, meat, oil, etc., and similarly it arrayed itself in the spirits of the suits of linen apparel which were offered to it. No uncertainty about this belief is possible, for all the sepulchral prayers contain a petition to the effect that thousands of meals of every kind of good and pleasant food may be given to the Ka of So-and-so. In the Chapter on Osiris and the Doctrine of offerings, numerous instances are quoted of the methods of making offerings to the Kau, or Doubles of the dead, employed by the Egyptians and modern peoples in Africa. Therefore it is sufficient to say here that the custom of offering food, etc., to the dead with the object of preserving the existence of the Kau can be clearly traced in Egypt and the Sudan from the Pre-dynastic Period to the present day.
Note: Here is another big confirmation on things Michael Jackson told me and reminded me of, in Spirit after 2009. He had explained and showed me, how fruits for example in “heaven” look like, having this light aura around them, and this aura, this energy or spiritual energy of the food was what the spiritual body ate. I would often in the months prior to traveling to Egypt and reading this historic confirming information, regularly put food for Michael too, knowing he can eat the energy of apples and so forth. It was just my natural habit, from my past life memories and personal spiritual experiences over lifetimes. Michael would also regularly charge with his hands water I am drinking and foods, especially water though, to “charge it with purity and healing light particles” and that supported my health and healing process on all levels.
I have experienced, seen, heard, felt, Michael Jackson since June 25th 2009 in different shapes and stages. Right after he passed, he was angry and very sad and seemed like “a shadowy ghost” material. With this ghostly-shadowy body, he could not touch me or think clear consciously. He was angry and focused on “fighting” like he is still in the earthly thinking and then he moved away from it, and ascended in this light stream I helped him with as a medium. Then he returned in a completely different, transformed type of body, as I explain in depth in my Book, “Archangel Michael´s Wedding”, and he informed me in that form, that I am his “Twin Soul” (exact quote from Michael´s own words in Spirit, April 2010).
In this body of light, this everlasting body he showed me and started to explain, he could also touch me. I mean literally interact with me in physical ways, especially sexually speaking. I was shocked at first, but just for a moment, and then I remembered, it was so familiar not new really. We already did all this type of stuff back in ancient Egypt when I was Isis and he was Osiris. I would not keep saying such a thing if I didn´t know it for sure. I know what I am claiming and how it sounds, and still, I insist and say, this is simply THE TRUTH. I might not be super perfect in wording things for the public, generally it is difficult to chose the perfect words to express such experiences that are rare, obviously, to others, if they never saw such a thing or felt it. But this is why I am reminding here also, of how Michael felt and how people judged him in the public, without knowing him. Don´t judge, research first and check my Claims before you believe any tabloids, classical or online nowadays. As we move ahead with this exclusive, super powerful knowledge, in our Michael Jackson Dangerous Knowledge Series, these types of sources that control the tabloids and are jealous in nature, simply said, will try to lie and confuse harder the more we move ahead now and teach the public about serious, real ancient Egyptian Mystery Schools Spiritual Knowledge.
Continued Book Excerpt “Book of the Dead/Coming Forth By Day”
THE SPIRIT –BODY (SAHU)
The fact that the Egyptians and many peoples of the Sudan were in the habit of drying the body in the sun or embalming it, and swathing it in cloth of some kind, proves that its preservation was in some way necessary for the eternal welfare of its spiritual constituents. The Egyptians were a practical people, and they would never have gone to the expense and trouble of embalming the dead unless they had believed that it was absolutely necessary. There is no proof that they ever expected the physical body to rise again; on the contrary, the texts state clearly that the “soul is in heaven, the body in the earth” (2), and “thy essence is in heaven, thy body in the earth”(3), and this, notwithstanding the texts say:”I germinate like the plants”(Book of the Dead, Chapter LXXXIII, 1.3.), “my flesh germinateth”(Ibid, LXIV, 1.49.), “ I am, I am, I live, I live, I germinate, I germinate”(6), and in the “Book of Breathings” it is said to the deceased: “Thy soul liveth, thy body germinateth by the command or Ra, without diminution, without defect, like (that of) Ra, for ever and ever.” These statements taken together prove that the Egyptians believed that some kind of body rose from the dead, and continued its existence in the Other World.
The pictures of the beatified as seen in papyri show us that this risen body had the form and appearance of the physical body which had been mummified and laid in the grave. We know that the KA was maintained by the offerings of relatives and friends of the dead, but we have no information as to the means by which the Sahu(1) or revivified body, was kept in existence. The word “sahu” seems to mean something like “free”, “noble”, “chief”, and in this case it appears to used as the name for a body which has, by means of the religious ceremonies that have been performed over it, obtained freedom from the material body and power whereby it has become incorruptible and everlasting. Hence arose the great importance of funeral ceremonies and offerings, which caused a spiritual body to spring from the physical body, and the KA to continue its existence after the death of the body to which it belonged. As the physical body formed the abiding place of the KA and the soul, so the spiritual body was believed to afford a dwelling-place for the soul, for it is distinctly said (Book of the Dead, Chapter LXXXIX, 1.5.), that “souls enter into their sahu”. And the spiritual body had the power to journey everywhere in heaven and on earth, for to King Teta it is said: “Thou hast received thy sah, thy foot shall have no limit set to it in heaven, thou shalt not be driven back on earth”(Teta, 1.271.)
First of all, I used to call my Grandmother all my life “Teta”. She was the first personally to me connected loved One I saw ascend to heaven, directly and smoothly without any interference, free path and celebration style. She was not looking old, the way I knew her as my Grandmother, but rejuvenated and young, looking like in her 30’s. Left and ride were a big crowd of souls welcoming her and clapping and applauding her, because she had helped personally all these Souls as a spiritual Medium before, assisting them in ascending and listening to their troubles.
Then, 4 Months later Michael passed. That was something that seriously almost threw me off my balance in life for the rest of my life. But after seeing him in this shadowy body, and him being angry and sad extremely and needing my personal help in ascension, which was absolutely the hardest medium-job I ever had to do- he came back, rejuvenated and in a body that seemed to be made out of bright light and glittery, divine white fire. The Archangel Body. Standing in front of me, in my living room, in his light-body, Michael had the full Archangel Michael Aura on, just like in my psychic Dream in 2003. And then he told me that I am his “twin soul”. Very clearly, and I had never heard this term before and certainly not in English and so had to Google it to see if it even exists, I thought personally first.
Continued Book Excerpt “Book of the Dead/Coming Forth By Day”
THE SHADOW (KHAIBIT)
Closely associated with the body was its shadow, and the Egyptians appear to have thought it one of its most important attributes. We do not know what ideas they held about its functions when the man to whom it belonged was alive, but it is quite certain that they did not believe in the resurrection of the spiritual body to be complete unless that phantom form was in possession of its shadow.
Personal Note: Peter Pan everyone? *Big Smile*
The texts lead us to suppose that the Sahu was an immaterial form of the physical body, and it seems that the Egyptians thought it to be material enough to cast a shadow! In the text of Unas the shadow is mentioned in connection with the “form”(Line 523).
Note by Susan Elsa:
This was the experience I had with Michael in Spirit right after he passed, up to his ascension and before his return transformed in this “body of light”.
Michael appeared very dense, it spooked me out at first and there was in the initial days a moment where I jumped up from my couch screaming and dropping my food, hiding at the far other corner of the living room. That made him so sad. I remember just staring over there at him, in his ghostly shadowy form yet, and him sinking his head all sad and then leaving again to not, like, “be a burden for me or make me feel bad”. It really hurt him that I ran away like this, like scared of him in this form. In that time also I felt like he “desperately needs something from me”, like “energy” or something. I would do far-distance Reiki for a friend, and he told me that “this shadow figure was trying to get to this energy stream I am sending out”, like to the Reiki energy from me. I was totally confused, and my friend kept saying it did not seem anything evil, it was neutral, just neutral and calm. Like it needs something, not meaning anything bad or so. As a spiritual person I have always been very guarded and attentive about spiritual realms. It was all so different, and personal, and physical more than any other “ghost” I ever had to help ascend. I use the term ghost to describe the form before ascension, and the term “light-body” or “white fire body” for the transformed, everlasting invincible body and form.
And then, the moment I got ready to help Michael and realized it all what was expected from me, I gathered all my heart’s courage and applied my full medium skills and more, more active ascension help. As if I am literally lifting him up in a stream of light to heaven, and he flew into this light without any hesitation totally trusting my words saying “Michael, I love you and always will. But please go into the light now”. And he did, immediately. The he flew up there.
You can say that the light body is so dense, it casts a dense shadow body. So, the shadow body is the body cast by the light body under the central Sun of heaven.
Let us continue now with the Archeological Book Excerpts from the “Book of the Dead/Coming Forth By Day”.
In the Theban Book of the Dead the deceased prays that his Ba and Khu and Shadow may not be shut in in the Other World (Chapter XCI.), and elsewhere (Chapter XCII.) we read, “O keep not captive my Soul (Ba), O keep not ward over my Shadow, and let (me) see the Great God in the shrine, on the day of the Judgement of Souls, and let (me) recite the words of Osiris, whore habitations are hidden, to those who guard the members of Osiris, who keep ward over Khu (Sppirits), and who hold captive shadows of the dead, who would work evil against me, lest they work evil against me.”
In the vignette in the Papyrus of Ani we see Ani standing by the door of his tomb, and his soul in the form of a human-headed bird hovering over his spirit body. In a variant vignette (Papyrus of Nefer-uben-f.) the soul is hovering over the shadow of the deceased, which is painted solid and black. Further on in the text of the same Chapter it is said: “Thou shalt have dominion over thy legs, and thou shalt advance to thy body straightway in the earth.” These passages are important, for they show: (1) That there were believed to exist certain evil Shadows who would do harm to their fellow Shadows if they could; (2) That the Shadow was associated with the Soul; (3) That the Shadow had the power to move about and to go where it liked. The difference between the spirit-body and the Shadow is so slight that we can readily understand how easily one was confounded with the other in men’s minds.
The Shadow is a recognized portion of a man among modern African peoples. In West Africa the natives told Dr. Nassau that it was possible for a human being to have his “nsisim”, meaning shadow, stolen or otherwise lost, and for him to exist in a diseased or dying state. In this case his body would cast no shadow (Fetichism in West Africa, p.65). The same authority says there is a widespread belief among the natives in a “dual soul” which consists of a “spirit”, which, as far as is known, lives for ever in the world of spirits, and a shadow, which for an uncertain length of time hovers around the mortal remains (Ibid, p.230). Here we seem to have a confusion between the spirit-body and the shadow of a man. The shadow, according to Miss Kingsley, is one of the four souls of man. She noticed that men would march happily enough through forest or grass land on a blazing morning, but when they came to a piece of open ground they would go round it, not across it, because they were afraid of losing their shadows. They only do this at noontime. On asking some Bakwiri why they were not anxious about losing their souls at night time, she was told that at night all shadows lay down in the shadow of the Great God, and so became stronger. Had she not noticed how long and strong the shadows of men, trees, and mountains were in the morning? Murders are sometimes committed secretly by driving a nail or a knife into a man’s shadow (West African Studies, p.207). The Nandi think that the human soul is embodied in a person’s shadow, and it is firmly believed that after death the shadow of both good and bad people go underground and live there(Hollis, The Nandi, p.41). All the Nandi are afraid of a shadow (Ibid, p.148). At one time among the Bavili it was considered a crime for one person to trample upon or even to cross the shadow of another, especially if the shadow were that of a married woman. The shadow was supposed to sleep in the body of its owner at night, and if a sorcerer were to rob a man of his shadow it was equivalent to taking away his life. The shadow enters and leaves the body by the mouth, and is then likened to the breath of a man. When a man dies he has no shadow, and when he falls into a fit or trance the Bavili say it is because some sorcerer has taken his shadow (Dennett, At the Back of the Black Man’s Mind, p.80). According to the Fjort the Shadow ceases to exist on the death of the body (Dennett, Folklore of the Fjort, London, 1898, p.116).
We have now described the physical body, the spirit-body, the double and the shadow, and it remains to consider the African beliefs about that portion of a man which we call the soul.
THE SOUL OF THE KA, OR BODY-SOUL
To one of the constituents of man’s spiritual economy the Egyptians gave the name of “Ba”(Dennett, At the Back of the Black Man’s Mind, p.80), a word which, by general consent among Egyptologists, is translated “soul”. Various attempts have been made to provide a derivation for the word, and it has been thought to mean something like “noble” or “sublime”, but all such derivations are mere guesses, and it must be frankly admitted that the exact idea which the Egyptians associated with the word is unknown. The texts afford no explanation of it, but they give a certain amount of evidence which shows us generally what they thought the Ba to be, and this, especially when compared with modern African ideas of the soul, is invaluable. The Ba, it seems, was connected closely with the Ka with which it dwelt, and it appears to have been regarded as the soul of the Ka. It was not incorporeal, though its nature and substance were somewhat ethereal. It was gratified by the offerings made to the Ka of the dead body in the tomb, and perhaps it partook of their spirit entities. It revisited its Ka and the body in the tomb, and it could take up its abode there at pleasure; it was free to travel all over heaven, and to mix with and to hold converse with souls there, and it could take any form it pleased. The Ba of a man was represented by a bird with a bearded human head (Unas, 1.455). As in the Pyramid Texts we read of a “living Ba” (Unas, 1.455), we must assume that there was such a thing as a dead Ba, in other words, that the Ba could die. The Ba could live in a body not its own, for at their pleasure the gods sent their Ba into the dead king Unas (Ibid, 1.522). The Egyptians believed that more than one Ba belonged to a man, for the “Baiu” or “souls” of King Pepi were placed at the head of the Two Companies of the Gods(3). The “souls” here referred to are, of course, the other portions of the spirit entity of man which resemble the Ba in nature and substance. The Egyptians believed that the Ba might, by the agency of evil spirits, be prevented from rejoining its Ka and physical body, and that it might wander away from them, and even be shut up with them and unable to get out. Therefore, was written the LXXXIst Chapter of the Theban Book of the Dead, in which the deceased prayed:” If my Ba would tarry, let it be brought to me from whatsoever place it may be in…let me have my Ba and my Khu…let it look upon its physical body, let it rest upon its spirit-body.” From the same chapter we learn that the rejoining of the Ba to its Ka and body was supposed to take place in Heliopolis, where the Soul of Osiris rejoined itself to the body of that god. According to one view, when the Ba visited its Ka and body In the tomb it took with it air and food, which we may assume were intended for the Ka; this is proved by the vignette in the Papyrus of Neb-qet (Ed. Deveria and Pierret, Plate 3), in which the Ba, in the form of a human-headed bird, is actually seen descending the shaft of the tomb.
THE SPIRIT-SOUL (KHU)
The exact meaning of the word Khu, or, as it is written in the Pyramid Texts Aakhu, is very hard to discover, and authorities have differed greatly in their translations of the word, and in their descriptions of what the Khu is. That it was a very important portion of a man is clear from the texts of all periods, and there is no doubt that it was supposed to be eternal. The Pyramid Texts prove that the Khu of the gods lived in heaven, and thither wended the Khu of a man as soon as ever the prayers said over the dead body enabled it to do so. King Unas “stood at the head of the Khu”(Line 71), i.e. he was the chief of all the Khu;; and when the souls of the gods transferred themselves from their own spirit-bodies to Unas, their Khu were before Unas(Line 522). The god received the king as a brother, and placed him among the “imperishable Khu”(2). The last passage is important, for the hieroglyphic determinatives suggest that the Khu were beings of light, comparable to the stars, and the evidence of other passages supports this view, and indicates that the Khu of a man was the intangible, ethereal, transparent portion of his immaterial economy, to which modern nations would have given the name of “spirit”. The Khu is mentioned in connection with the Ba and the Khaibit (Soul and Shadow) (Book of the Dead, Chapter XCI), and with the Ba and the Ka (Soul and Double), but it is clear that is something quite distinct from the Ka, Ba, and Khaibit, though in some respects it must have possessed characteristics similar to these immaterial entities of man. We have seen that the texts speak of a man having more than one “soul”, and that the Egyptian, like the modern African, thought that he possessed three at least, the Ka, or Double, the Ba, or Heart-soul, and the Khu. The Khaibit or Shadow was confused at times with the Ka. It appears then, that the Khu is the Spirit, or Spirit-soul of a man, which it was impossible to injure or kill, and that it was the vital principle of a man and was immortal. The Ka perished if offerings were not provided for it, and the Ba (Heart-soul) might, it was thought, also die, but the Khu was “imperishable”.
Appertaining to the Khu was the Sekhem (1), the functions of which are not known exactly; the word means “power”, and it may be an immaterial personification of the energy of a man. To King Peop it is said:” Thy Sekhem cometh among the Khu” (Line 13); “thy Sekhem is pure among the Khu” (Line 113), “thou art pure, thy Ka is pure, thy Ba is pure, thy Sekhem is pure” (Line 112). Osiris and every god had his Sekhem, and Ra is called the “Great Sekhem, the Sekhem among the Sekhemu” (Unas, 11.514,515).
From the above facts we are able to state the following:-
When an Egyptian was born he was believed to possess a physical body (Khat) and an immaterial Double (Ka), which lived inside the body and was associated closely with the Ba, which dwelt in the heart, and which appears to have been connected with the Shadow of the physical body. Somewhere in the body lived the Khu or Spirit-soul, the nature of which was unchangeable, incorruptible, and immortal. When the body died there could be raised from it by means of words, holy or magical, and ceremonies performed by the priests, a Spirit-body called Sahu, which the Khu (Spirit-soul) could inhabit at pleasure. The Ka, Ba or Heart-soul, and Shadow dwelt in the tomb with the body, or wandered about outside it and away from it, when they desired to do so. Their existence was finite, and appears to have terminated whenever funerary offerings failed to be made to them. As all tomb-endowments came to an end sooner or later, the destruction of the Ka and its soul and shadow was certain. On the other hand, the Sahu, or Spirit-body, which was revivified from the physical body, was wholly independent of offerings, for it derived its sustenance from the Khu, or Spirit-soul, and this was self-existent and immortal. Therefore it was the Sahu which entered heaven and lived with Osiris and the blessed for all eternity.
Okay, that is the archeological excerpts for today. I know it is a lot of information to digest and absorb, but that is simply how true teachings look like; they are mostly super old and shrouded nowadays in “mystery”.
Michael Jackson did many works throughout his career, integrating spiritual themes and messages into his works. The movie “Ghosts” is a great example here, but also Thriller as well.
In my with and for Michael channeled “Twin Soul Spiritual Tribute” Album named I REMEMBER, which I did in November 2010 traveling through Egypt, I put all these things in form of Songs. I have an official Song on it named “The Book of Coming Out into the Light of Day”. Yes, I know, it is a long title, but this is a modernized, authentic, real channeled Song-Chant, a Protection Spell that can be played theoretically at funerals. It is charged with that energy that protects with the Osiris/Isis energies the Souls during the ascension process against any interference or attack.
I had to make a pause here as the information is really a lot, and you might begin to grasp now more in depth how smart and analytical Michael Jackson was too. He loved to think so deep and so much, he had sometimes trouble sleeping, his mind was so awake and liked to get to “the core of things”.
We have looked now at all this very in depth information regarding the Bird Symbol, Michael’s Poem and my own Life Parallels. Me and Michael both confirm each other; I confirm his psychic skill in his public prior works, he confirms my identity and who I am in connection with him, in his works and things happening currently, helping me in my life plan from beyond.
All this is Information for his Dangerous Album Themes and his personal research beyond his published works, and our Archangel Michael Marriage Series and Secret Project as well. Everything I say in my Book, “Archangel Michael’s Wedding” is simple, pure and honest experience that is confirmed in all these historic accounts, and Michael’s own works and life facts, our parallel face marks, appearance “twin-look” and life parallels provable and recorded for decades.
This is all to bring back the memory and knowledge of the Soul Truths, to revive the spirit and hearts, minds and all body-layers of people out there on this Planet so that everyone may remember their true Self and become empowered.
The Ancient Egyptian Osirian Soul Truth is all over Michael Jackson’s public works. And more and more truth will rise steady. Truth is healing, and everyone has a chance to change and heal, but do it now, take a step or two, make some change starting today, not tomorrow or next week. The sooner you start really working on yourself, like this, remembering all your facets and layers of being, not just the temporary flesh body existence, the more whole and healthy, spiritually awake and powerful you will be and feel.
Last but not least, here is the Audio from my original, channeled 2003 “Mystery Garden” Song. It is acoustic and pure. This is the Song Michael heard in 2007 in LA, and adjusted then his already perfect “For All Time” a bit to it, as a private surprise for me not intended originally to be known this way by the public.
*CLICK PLAYER TO HEAR SONG AUDIO*
More on these topics, background materials and research for confirmation and facts documentary, will follow this week.
We’re sending out a Major Love Ray,
Susan Elsa & Michael Jackson in Spirit (Osiris/Archangel Michael)