Hello, I mentioned I would write a review of Metu Neter Vol I. so here it is Below are some notes on the concepts I have discovered over the years of becoming aware of my relationship with kemet and kemetic studies as an inspirational path (which match up to the concepts in the book): - The fact that most African societies view their world from a non-individualistic perspective - What must be first understood is chaos - Out of the waters of nun rose the two mounds of creation, which I can see are the two states of being but these seem to correspond to Ra Un Amen Nefer's duality - The being that is the synthesis of life is called Neter - The religion of Africans cannot be classified as monotheistic or polytheistic, that "host deities" are integral parts of the one - The difference between the hemispheres of the brain in thinking (unity versus one) - That our spiritual power is only receptive to being "impregnated" at fixed recurring points in a cycle - The complementary relationships as seen in the complimentary relationships of the spheres - That Ausar is the symbol of man who is produced from primeval matter - A person identifying with an Ausarian nature assumes the personality type that best meets the situation - Concept of Sahu Man and his identification with a concrete entity as God - Concept of Ausar Man - I met an individual who I recognized as an "Ausar Man" and identified with "Osiris" after reading The Book of the Dead almost ten years ago (this is how I realized much of what I have commented on above, I had not heard of this book until recently) - Contending Between Heru and Set as metaphors - I have seen arguments between persons who are symbolic of Heru and symbolic of Set - I have also seen these same arguments within the same person -The ninth sphere has an objective with identifying with Ausar and laying the foundation for transitioning our conditioning. - In having identified the individual as an Ausar, if he is born with 9th sphere qualities and has no guide but himself to actively develop meditations, he comes into a state of being of testing others against the meditations (judgement) to ensure that all have come to such a realization. This is possibly more of a commentary on what Ra Un Amen Nefer terms the "indwelling intelligence". I see this is as the result of what Ausar became after he was killed by Set. -The individual identified as an Ausar practices following the impulse not to laugh or cry to ignore his emotions (Men Ab meditation) -Jason and the 50 Argonauts also similar to fifty oarsmen of Ausar's boat -The majority of the greatest and most significant structures (of Kamit) were built in honor of the ancestors -How pranayama is related to "electrophysical" activities (Nekhebet/Uatchet) and management of breath -A place and time for all things (governing directions and time of day) The actual oracle I have not done any readings yet. Although I'm opening to trying this out my path has been somewhat different. From this I would say that the Metu Neter is based on something quite tangible and should be taken seriously. Visualizations and meditations I have done are important although not exactly like the concepts Metu Neter but similar. I'm surprised I hadn't heard of the book until recently, and from this website too so thank you!