Egyptian Postures – Simplified Explanation

The Egyptian postures come directly from the ancient statues found in Egypt. There are thousands of these stone statues depicting various stances and postures.

Traditionally each posture is supposed to represent a spiritual knowledge or understanding. But this information has been lost over thousands of years of history. Many other religious cultures such as Buddhism and Hinduism also have very similar examples of these postures in their ancient past depicted into their artwork and statues.

What is the intent, meaning and purpose of these postures? How can we rediscover and interpret this seemingly lost information?


How I became involved with the Egyptian Postures:

I was suggested to take up the practice of traditional Chinese Qigong.

After many years of practice, I started to have these intense journeys in my dream state where I would be transported to Egypt. I found myself in a room with a teacher who would be standing in a posture.

All I would do is copy the postures that were shown to me. When I did this I could feel an intense energy flow through my body.

When I came back from these journeys I would record what had been shown to me. The thing that blew my mind was that I started to see the same postures I was being shown on the Egyptian statues.

This is when it all started to come together for me. That the statues were showing an ancient form of Qigong and each posture had a unique story and function for the purposes of spiritual growth and attuning to the mind, body and spirit.

As a spiritual practice these postures become a form of meditation and should be done in a calm and relaxed state.  When you are in this meditative relaxed state, you start to sensitize yourself to how your body is feeling and how the life force energy flows through you and your environment.

When entering a posture one should never  over exert or stress yourself. Stress stops the energy from flowing. All of the postures are based on the natural movements your body is already used too.

I have found great benefit practicing Qigong and the Egyptian postures. These systems have become a source of great inspiration in my life and has personally assisted me on my own personal spiritual journey.




Tet.Ra – Egyptian Djed Pillar Pendulum

Tet.Ra – Egyptian Djed Pillar Pendulum.

Tet = Pillar | Ra = Sun

Together it is the “Pillar of the Sun” – A tool of transformation, purity, power & stability.

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Pendulum is 2″ x 0.5″ – Brass

The Tetra is a very ancient symbol used by many civilizations.

The metaphysical and philosophical design of the Tet.Ra is as follows: The top pillars denotes the ability to connect with other minds and though forms. The bottom is the retention of what is being drawn in while allowing the accompanying vibrational messengers to return to their origin. The middle is the union of the energetic forces to be adapted to the particular wave length and vibration of the life force.

To build up rapport with the Tetra, wear it for short periods of time and gradually build up. Putting it under your pillow gives you a good sleep and you will wake up with the answers to your questions.

Spiritually the Tetra is a tool of transformation, purity, protection, power & stability.


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Let There Be Light

God said . . . “LMagda_studioet there be light” . . . but it took Tesla and Edison to bring that light into our homes by converting electricity (electrons) into photons to remove the drudger of house and office work.  Tesla was able to transmit invisible “light” through the air opening up new vistas with the invention of radio, television and now the Internet.

Tesla and Edison – two geniuses, sometimes working together and sometimes against each other paved the way for many of the modern inventions we enjoy in our every day lives, many of which we now take for granted.

Visible light is a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we can perceive with our eyes.  Scientists don’t understand how light can travel both as waves and as packets of energy called photons.  Despite this we can use different wavelengths of light in different ways.

Shorter light-waves (ultraviolet light for example) can kill microbes and are used to disinfect water, medical equipment etc. Tesla’s handheld Violet Ray device was used by doctors to treat a wide variety of skin conditions. Longer light-waves (infrared) can be detected by your body as heat and are used in deep tissue laser therapy to relieve pains. Infrared saunas help people detoxify by removing toxins through sweat.  Even longer light-waves (radio waves) can penetrate solids such as concrete walls and can be used to send messages through space. They enable us to listen to radio and to watch TV and to communicate with friends through our cell phones and Wi-Fi enabled devices.

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The Hamsa

Have you ever heard of the Hamsa ?  Its symbol is of a hand with an eye in the palm.

This image is shared by many middle eastern countries, and is part of jewish, arab, and muslim religions.

No one really knows its exact origins but it has survived the test of time.

When you break down the word itself we start to see exactly what it is.

In egypt, 2 energies existed before creation. Hu and Sa.

Hu represents the divine will, and Sa represents consciousness.

Ra who is the manifestation of Hu and Sa was divided into 14 Ka, (14 aspects of universal forces) Also remember the story of osiris was cut into 14 pieces.

Hu and Sa was chanted as a mantra HumSa, because they say that the vibration of this mantra is the universal sound of the human breathing in and out.

So the symbol of the HAMSA makes perfect sense.

The 14 aspects of the universal forces, the divine will and consciousness, it reflected in our hands !

This is the bases for all the Mudra meditations found all of the world.

By holding mudras, or even hold your fingers / pads of fingers, you are connected and going into resonance with your divine will and consciousness.

The pyramid were even is based on this sacred knowledge.

If you scale the pyramid down you will see that the base of the pyramid is 11 and the hight is 7

When this ratio is divided, you get the second series of the fibonacci series and you get Half of pi.

If you take the pyramid and give it a scale of 1, then you can see that the kings chamber is at exactly 0.44 on the 0.88 axis. 440 hertz is perfect pitch of A which all instruments are tuned too.

The queens chamber sits at a value of 0.196 which is a G, and is also 14×14.

These ratios of pi and the fibonacci series not only are found in the pyramid, but literally found everywhere in the natural world.

Leonardo Devinci also used these ratios to create the correct proportions of the human body in his famous work the Vitruvius man.

The body is literally a reflection and transmitter of universal laws and energies.

By: Jason Quitt

Copyright 2015


Finding your Sacred Dimension

While involved in the study of the mysteries of ancient egypt, I remember coming across a curious piece of information that has been sitting in the back of my mind ever since. This information had to do with ancient egyptian measurement systems which included their pyramid inch, sacred cubit & royal cubit. These numbers always stuck with me and drove me to find out how and why they choose such numbers and what made them so special.

The one measurement that intrigued me was the royal cubit. Supposedly this number changed from pharaoh to pharaoh because it was the sacred measurement of the pharaoh himself. How they figured out this number was by measuring the pharaohs forearm from the elbow to the wrist. Once this number was figured out it was utilized in the construction of sacred objects and structures to honour the pharaoh.

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Welcome To The Crystal Sun

As our modern world moves increasingly more advanced, we are loosing touch with the ancient traditions and wisdom that we have gathered from the dawn of human consciousness. This knowledge has been gained through our ancestors deep connection and understanding of the natural world around us.

The Crystal has been created with the intent to help make these ancient systems and new understandings available to all. We invite you to explore!