The endless knot or eternal knot (Sanskrit: Shrivatsa; Tibetan Dpal be’u) is a symbolic knot and one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols. It is an important cultural marker in places significantly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism such as Tibet, Mongolia, Tuva, Kalmykia, and Buryatia. It is also sometimes found in Chinese art and used in Chinese knots.
The endless knot has been described as “an ancient symbol representing the interweaving of the Spiritual path, the flowing of Time and Movement within That Which is Eternal.
The Endless Knot Empowerment will help you with
Protection Powerful healing Power of the Ancients Harmonize all chakras Wisdom and compassion Longevity Magical rituals New begins Power through transition and growth Infinity and eternal spiritual love Action, progress, competition, moving forward Personnal expansion Intuition and subconscious Spirituality and illumination
Morgan le Fay, alternatively known as Morgane, Morgaine, Morgana and other variants, is a powerful sorceress in the Arthurian legend. Early works featuring Morgan do not elaborate her character beyond her role as a fay or magician. She became much more prominent in the later cyclical prose works such as the Lancelot-Grail and the Post-Vulgate Cycle, in which she becomes an antagonist to King Arthur and Queen Guinevere: she is said to be the daughter of Arthur’s mother, the Lady Igraine, and her first husband, Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall, so that Arthur is her half brother (by Igraine and Uther Pendragon).
Morgan Le Fay has the gift of power, dominance and long life. Morgan Le Fay help you with
Healing with herbs
Remove negative energies
Remove the veil of lies
Strength and determination
Perception of energies
Any kind of divination
Attract the sympathy of the fairies
Knowledge and wisdom
Better understanding of the occult
and much more…
Ibeji (Yoruba: Ìbejì) is a term in the Yoruba language meaning “twins.”
The Yoruba are a major African ethnic group; in their culture twins are traditionally very important beings. In the Yoruba language “ibeji” literally means “twins”. Carved wooden figures made to house the soul of a dead twin are also called ibeji. These wooden figures, six to ten inches high and carved with the family mask, are often well tended. The Yoruba people believe that this care and tending helps ensure the survival of the other twin. In the Yoruba traditional religion, there is a deity that represents twins called Orisha Ibeji or Orisa Ibeji. The child that we have within us the memories of childhood. Close your eyes and remember, a happy moment, a mischief, and you’ll be living or reviving a legend of this Orixá . Because everything good that has happened in our childhood, was governed, generated and managed by Ibeji. Therefore, Ibeji has lived all luck and shenanigans that we humans live. The legend and the story of Ibeji, happens every time a child happy. At least to keep alive this important Orisha, seeks to give happiness to a child. Make yourself the enchantment of Ibeji. It’s easy: make generate within themselves the happiness to be alive. Convey this happiness, infuses your next with it. Enchant Ibeji with magic smile, with the love of a child. And be a happy Ibeji!
Properties of the system
Protection to children Healing Happiness and joy Enjoy life Love nature Loving children Wellbeing Fertility…
Bes (Bisu, Aha) was an ancient Egyptian dwarf god. Bes was a complex being who was both a deity and a demonic fighter. He was a god of war, yet he was also a patron of childbirth and the home, and was associated with sexuality, humour, music and dancing.
While past studies identified Bes as a Middle Kingdom import from Nubia, some more recent research believes him to be an Egyptian native. Mentions of Bes can be traced to the southern lands of the Old Kingdom; however his cult did not become widespread until well into the New Kingdom.
Although he began as a protector of the pharaoh, he became very popular with every day Egyptian people because he protected women and children above all others. He had no temples and there were no priests ordained in his name.
However, he was one of the most popular gods of Ancient Egypt and was often depicted on household items such as furniture, mirrors and cosmetics containers and applicators as well as magical wands and knives. Over time he came to be seen as the champion of everything good and the enemy of everything evil. It seems that he was originally known as “Aha” (“fighter”) because he could strangle bears, lions and snakes with his bare hands.
God Bes will help you with:
Clean negative energies
Brings good luck and happiness to homes
Protection of children and women in labour
Fighting off evil spirits
Good humor Curing fertility problems General healing rituals Music and dance…
Hermes Trismegistus Latin: Mercurius ter Maximus) is the representation of the syncretic combination of the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth. In Hellenistic Egypt, the Greeks recognised the congruence of their god Hermes with the Egyptian god Thoth. Subsequently the two gods were worshipped as one in what had been the Temple of Thoth in Khemnu, which the Greeks called Hermopolis.
Both Thoth and Hermes were gods of writing and of magic in their respective cultures. Thus, the Greek god of interpretive communication was combined with the Egyptian god of wisdom as a patron of astrology and alchemy. In addition, both gods were psychopomps; guiding souls to the afterlife. And there is also a connection with the Egyptian Priest and Polymath Imhotep.
Hermes Trismegistus Empowerment will help you with
Healing Connect with divine source of wisdom Magic Occult tradition Knowledge and wisdom Mystical knowledge Hermetic traditions Astrology
Communication with others plans
Personal ascension Prophecys Writing Longevity and more…
In Egyptian mythology, Heka (also spelt Hike) was the deification of magic, his name being the Egyptian word for magic. According to Egyptian writing (Coffin text, spell 261), Heka existed “before duality had yet come into being.” The term “Heka” was also used for the practice of magical ritual. The Coptic word “hik”, is derived from the Ancient Egyptian.
Heka literally means activating the Ka, the aspect of the soul which embodied personality. Egyptians thought activating the power of the soul was how magic worked. “Heka” also implied great power and influence, particularly in the case of drawing upon the Ka of the gods. Heka acted together with Hu, the principle of divine utterance, and Sia, the concept of divine omniscience, to create the basis of creative power both in the mortal world and the world of the gods.
God Heka will help you with:
Protection Increase your Healing skills Power and respect of others Increase power to Magic Rituals Spells Knowledge and wisdom Spiritual Ills Animal attacks Infectious diseases Disasters Perils of childbirth And more…