posted on Jan, 5 2018 @ 03:55 PM
originally posted by: CheriseCottier
a reply to: VonDoomen
I'm very interested in your post. Ten years ago I had a dream in which I was a high priestess in Egypt at the time that women were being excluded from
the Egyptian mysteries. In my dream I visited a Sarcaughagus(which I probably have spelled wrong here). In this dream I understood that the
Sarcaughagus were used as sensory deprivation tanks. What you posted about these Sarcaughagus I've never seen elsewhere. I have my degree in
Anthropology, but a lot of the information I have comes from my dreams. I would be interested in talking with you if you have more knowledge about
such things. [snipped]
First... you shouldn't leave your email on a public forum like that. It will get scraped by scammers and spammers and it makes you easy to track.
Send a private message if you want someone to contact you.
Second, always check the date of the thread. This is from 2011. Vondoomen hasn't been online here since 2015.
Third ... women in ancient Egypt lived in one of the only societies where women were equal to men. They could marry, divorce, own property, bring
lawsuits, and were priestesses in the temple. Here is a pretty
good overview of priests and priestesses in ancient Egypt
In general the most powerful priestly (priestessly) positions were only held by royalty - and toward the end, the most powerful religious figure was
the God's Wife of Amun (High Priestess) who was considered a "kingmaker". We have a lot of information on these very interesting women.
Mystery religions were an invention of the Greeks
and were popular in the Greco-Roman
world... so any Egyptian-born woman involved in the mysteries would be someone from the time of Cleopatra or later and would have been involved in the
Here is a free book (just click
on the life and times of a temple singer. Tyldesley also has a book on Egyptian priestesses (Daughters of Isis) that's an excellent
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