Spiritual Travel Middle East

Welcome to the mystic temple of Isis. As clouds of frankincense, sweet honey and cardamom envelope your body, you journey to another time. A time when mysticism and magic were weaved into everyday life. A time when the Nile ebbed and flowed with the sacred rituals and harvest.

Dum-Ta-Ka-Ta, the hypnotic drums call your name. Follow the sacred beats and poetic Oud melodies. At the end of the path, the Eye of Horus awaits to awaken your six senses to a world beyond the veil. A world where the fires of ancient wisdom still burn bright.


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Deities of the Middle East

Anatolia

Goddess Cybele

The Great Mother Goddess of Anatolia, Cybele, is both divine masculine and divine feminine. As lions draw her chariot, she brings rebirth and regeneration to all life on earth.

Babylonia

Goddess Ishtar

Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of the Moon, fertility and battle, teaches us to trust divine signs, as they will help us live in alignment with our higher purpose.

Egypt

Goddess Bast

Known as the "Eye of Ray", the Egyptian goddess showers sensual sparks in the home with her fierce protection and loving care.

Goddess Hathor

The guardian of the sky, beauty, love and music guides the dead to their next life.

Goddess Isis

Isis, the goddess of marriage, motherhood, and magic invites us to see our wounds and losses as opportunities for growth and renewal.

Goddess Ma'at

Ma’at, the goddess of divine truth and justice, untangles those tough knots of your life to create balance and harmony.

Goddess Sekhmet

Sekhmet, the goddess of war and healing, teaches us to have the courage and assertiveness to protect what's rightfully ours.

Goddess Seshat

Seshat, the goddess of writing and measurement, is the ruler of the cosmic library of the world’s knowledge of history, science, mathematics, medicine and magic.


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