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The Lotus and The Ankh...

The Great Goddesses of Ancient Egypt...

The Temple of The Aeons

A listing of the Various Sanctuaries within the Temple



Ahatoor, known as Hathor



Rituals, Prayers and Incantations

The lotus and ankh as symbols

An Overview of Pharonic Religion and Practice

Why study or practice an "Ancient" Religion?

Private chamber of the Priestess

The Grafitti Page...

The Golden Ankh..An Award for Excellence in website design

The Links Page, Surf the Net

After lying on my back in the grass on August 11, 1999 at 11:00am, on top of the Glastonbury Tor, looking up watching a total eclipse of the Sun and 9 hours later standing barefoot in the center of Stonehenge watching the Sun go down I came to a conclusion: I do NOT know one damn thing worth knowing.

After dancing in the stone circles of Avebury, Staunton Drew, the Merry Maidens and finally Stonehenge; drinking waters from Minerva Sula in Bath, St. Ectin's, and St Nerian's wells, climbing endless stone steps to the top of Tintagel, inspecting fougus, barrows, mounds and quoits, and sitting beside the Chalice Well in Glastonbury, I figured out that to REALLY know Anything a person needs to live one lifetime of about 50,000 years. I have a long way to go.

Enjoy my website. It is the product of someone who used to think she was pretty smart.

My thanks to the Management of for being so understanding and increasing the size of this website to allow me to post the Rituals and the Journal and pictures of my trip to England this past Summer. Thank you to the many well wishers who supported me in this projected addition to the website, your letters must have carried weight. The size available will now allow me to post on this site the pictures, insights and comments I had thought would have to go on another website designation. Thank you one and all...I look forward to completing this project after the Holidays. Fiat Lux! ~*~Priestess~*~

My thanks to GreenMan for some of the interesting and attractive gifs and jpg files used on this site. Click on the above link to travel to the website. (Awesome Pagan Art!)