In my reading of the Metu Neter as written by Ra Nu Nefer Amen is people loose the overall objective of the book, which is to unite, become one and develop understanding of the being in Sphere 0, the Supreme Being. Unfortunately most people will never reach this level because we as a people have been taught to reject the concept of One GOD in our lives. The Metu Neter as written by Ra Nu Nefer Amen is no different from the Koran or New Testament books that tell you about GOD but lack in having the Specific Word of GOD which can cause ones understanding of GOD to become skewed and in many cases adversarial to the Specific Word of GOD. On a credible level I felt the Metu Neter as written by Ra Nu Nefer Amen was basically stolen and comprised mainly from Qabalah, Sefer Yetzirah, Yoga and information provided only by Wallis Budge. Of course in doing so the author edited and integrated his own ideas and spiritual talk in and basically took the Tree of Life from Qabalah…… http://www.amazon.com/Mystical-Qaba...=pd_bbs_1/102-4326499-1932104?ie=UTF8&s=books and Sefer Yetzirah…….. http://www.amazon.com/Sefer-Yetzira...=pd_bbs_1/102-4326499-1932104?ie=UTF8&s=books , Which is Jewish Mysticism; and he inserted Egyptian gods in places where Qabalah originally has Hebrew letters or words. Eccl:1:9: The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. In my examination of the Metu Neter and even Jewish Qabalah I personally don’t believe the Egyptians practice these religions in any way. The Egyptians are a people that documented and detailed many facets of their lives but yet the Tree of Life drawing or design as seen in these modern conceptions has yet to be found in Egyptian antiquities. If the Tree of Life; as being presented by Ra Nu Nefer Amen were actually being practiced by the ancient Egyptians we would be finding ancient Egyptian doctrine and drawings that confirms the concept. Yet to this day nothing has been found in Egyptian antiquities to support it was indeed an ancient Egyptian practice. In my personal reading of true Egyptian doctrine that was written by ancient Egyptians about the gods I began to suspect seeing the Egyptian gods as a religion is an error on the part of modern day scholars and in reality these ancient Egyptian writings are simply methods the Egyptians used to convey and maintain Egyptian history. In our reading of The Book of The Dead we learned that the Egyptians believed the deceased transformed into god and became god in their own heaven and ruled as god in that heaven. Through this we can began to understand why ancient Egyptian historians wrote about dead Pharaohs and Kings as being Ra, Osiris, Isis or Horus, they believed at the time of them recording the history of that dead Pharaoh that the Pharaoh continued to exist as one of these gods thus they recorded the historical events as such when ever they were recording about the deceased pharaoh. The original main royal Tree of Life for the Egyptians was simply a tree that had fruits in which Thoth would write the names of the gods and the dead Pharaohs that ruled Egypt and was basically a type of family tree in remembrance of the great ones. It had nothing to do with religion but was more related to honor that is equivalent to dead presidents being placed on money today. Until ancient Egyptian antiquities are found that supports the Metu Neter as written by Ra Nu Nefer Amen and Qabalah I will have to place books such as these on hold as being a religion practice by our ancestors of Kemet. I thank one would be heard pressed to explain the original religion of Kemet without going outside of Kemet culture and peoples because Kemet covers more then 3000 years of history and within that time the original religion was transformed and adapted so much that it becomes difficult to discern origin but one thing is consistent over the time and that is Nu, the Supreme Being. As for spirituality formation of the Metu Neter as written by Ra Nu Nefer Amen, I would say it is good as long as the reader maintains clarity of purpose and don’t get hung up or trapped in the lesser spheres and loose focus that it is ALL about the Supreme Being.