Seshat Offers Us the Scale & Tools for Measuring Time & Space

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Patricia Awyan

Written by Patricia Awyan Lehman

May 17, 2022

The Netert Seshat symbolizes sacred geometry, mathematics and the understanding of the energetic architecture and patterning of the structural form that flows in nature.

She wears the leopard skin that was only worn by priests that reached a significant level of achievement, wisdom, knowledge and power. These were the astrologers and master ‘magicians’ who were able to feel the currents and harness them.  The Rosettes illustrating ‘the spots’ on her leopard skin dress represent stars. Rosettes are often used in ancient symbolism to reflect stars, and are sometimes depicted on the breasts of female statuary and iconography to allude to the nurturing rays of the stars as ‘milk from the cosmic cow or Milky Way.

Seshat Kom Ombo

Above image: Seshat from the temple dedicated to Sobek and Horus at Kom Ombo

Mut and Meryetamun

Above image: Rosettes on the bosoms of the statues of Mut and Meryetamun

Some would like to claim that she wears the leaf of the marijuana plant as her crown…but, I disagree.  It illustrates the ‘flow-ering of form’ within the container of the bow. Sometimes the polarity of the bow itself is imaged with two serpents, their heads meeting at the center peak above her head. The seven petals or rays of light are the seven sacred tones, colors, angles of light–that as aspects of the one source of the breath of life, combine to create our perception of physical form. This bow shoots the metaphoric ‘arrows’ of liquid light that give birth to the perception of a physical reality from above…. from the stars of the primordial waters. These vibrating waves form angles and shapes in fractal patterns providing our holographic view of a material world. Everything ‘alive’ flows in these same natural patterns–above and below.

Some would like to claim that she wears the leaf of the marijuana plant as her crown…but, I disagree.  It illustrates the ‘flow-ering of form’ within the container of the bow. Sometimes the polarity of the bow itself is imaged with two serpents, their heads meeting at the center peak above her head. The seven petals or rays of light are the seven sacred tones, colors, angles of light–that as aspects of the one source of the breath of life, combine to create our perception of physical form. This bow shoots the metaphoric ‘arrows’ of liquid light that give birth to the perception of a physical reality from above…. from the stars of the primordial waters. These vibrating waves form angles and shapes in fractal patterns providing our holographic view of a material world. Everything ‘alive’ flows in these same natural patterns–above and below.

It is why she symbolically officiates at the ‘stretching of the cord’ ceremony known as ‘pedjshes’ to lay the foundation of any new structure, mapping out the solar and/or stellar alignments and powerful sacred geometric designs at specific places on the land that would enable the structure to harness the powerful ‘currents’ above and below. Every stone, angle, shape, and form is refined and perfectly placed to assist in creating an atmosphere of harmonic resonance within the new living, vibrating structure.

In the top image of Seshat, she is holding the tools for the ‘stretching of the cord’ ceremony. She and another figure facing her (probably the king) would have been holding the implements for the stretching of the cord ceremony. The axis of the temple was laid out by stretching a rope between two stakes or ‘poles’. Below is an image of the same from the temple of Horus at Edfu.

Edfu Seshat Egypt

All of the symbolism in Egypt has at least 7 levels of interpretation depending on your levels of perceptive awareness. The symbolic meaning of the ‘stretching of the cord’ is profound. A stretched cord, vibrated, will produce a certain frequency and a specific wavelength—as sound. If you change the length of the cord, the tone or frequency and the wavelength will change.

Consider a string of a given length as unity. Set it vibrating; it produces a sound. Stop the string at its midpoint and set it vibrating. It produces a sound one octave higher. Division in two results in an analogue of the original unity. [ . . .]  Between the original note and its octave there are seven intervals, seven unequal stages which, despite their inequality, the ear interprets as harmonious.”

-John Anthony West, when speaking about the work of Pythagorus (who was a student of the priests in ancient Khemit)

 

time space

Seshat offers us the scale—and tools for the measurement for our perception of time and space itself. This is profound!

    We then have here seven abstract extrasensory qualities that manifest themselves in any sense scale and enable us to translate any color into musical notes, smell fragrance, touch, taste or shape quality.

    -Dr. Ibrahim Karim, Founder of BioGeometry

    These are the qualitative scales for our sensation of everything in our reality!

    Knowledge of them offers us the tools for the creation of ‘portals’ between ‘heaven’ and ‘earth’ that can be transcended. And this was a function of the temple structures.

    Jeb reveals that their tipi customers are a blend of old souls and new souls, stating that “generally, the purpose is the pursuit of the aspect of the inner journey that takes you into the heart of Nature. Potential customers should consider whether or not they are really interested in this experience and if they are, everything will fall into place.” 

    Seshat Egypt heiroglyphics

    Above image: Seshat as the Scribe and a close up of her palette of ink wells. 

    In the second picture above you see her inkwell, known as the scribe’s inkwell. Notice that the fine detail on these inkwells shows Shen symbols that represent the infinite nature of her function. She is a ‘time keeper’, astronomer and astrologer in a physical reality that consists of vibrating waveform. We measure time from our observance of the patterns of the cycling sun, moon and stars.

    Time and space can only be measured when we are pulsing with electro-magnetic life-force…. which is the heartbeat of all that breaths in a physical universe. Tic Tock.

    Egypt hieroglyph

    Abd’el Hakim Awyan often taught we were all called ‘Sesh’ in very ancient Khemit.  All were considered equal and living in peace and harmony, before the descent of conscious awareness.  In my opinion, we all once felt the currents, and were able to harness them to harvest life enhancing food and to create harmonic resonance within and without our structures with the utilization of implosive technologies that were in in sync with the natural currents, the forces of nature– the Neteru in our universal environment.  We were all once in alignment with the expression of Seshat.

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