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Study Ancient Egyptian Magic Online Course and Learn How Ancient Egyptians Saw Magic and Religion, and The Magic of Hieroglyphics

Magic was neither a trick nor an illusion in ancient Egypt; it was the harnessing of the powers of natural laws, conceived of as supernatural entities, to achieve a certain aim. A world without magic was unthinkable to the Egyptians. The world was created through magic, and magic continues to sustain it on a daily basis. Magic heals when one is sick, gives when one is in need, and assuages when one is afraid.

The Ancient Egyptian Magic Certificate Course begins with a brief history of the many kingdoms, an overview of how Ancient Egyptians viewed magic and religion, and the magic of hieroglyphics to set the stage. You'll learn about the contrasts between religion and magic, as well as the differences between priests and magicians.

The Ancient Egyptian Magic Certificate Course explores the interaction between medicine and magic in Ancient Egypt. You'll learn about the common materials and spells employed by the Ancient Egyptians, who saw medicine as a magical art. The Ancient Egyptians were known for their building, and this course reveals the mystical and spiritual significance of how they built. You'll also learn about the magic of mummification and the deceased, as well as their ideas about death and the hereafter, and how we might utilize magic to influence our lives in this one.

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The Ancient Egyptian Magic Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

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Ancient Egyptian Magic Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Magic 

Part 1: A Brief History 

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the history of Ancient Egypt
  • Understand how important magic was in Ancient Egyptian life
  • Learn ho hieroglyphics were seen as magical
  • Know who the most important deities were and how to invoke them today

A Brief History of Ancient Egypt 

Ancient Egyptian history covers approximately 3000 years, which is a significant amount of time. As a result, we won't be able to go into great detail here. We shall, however, look at the Ancient Egyptian timeline and some of the important defining periods in Egyptian history.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Timeline of Ancient Egypt
  • The Old Kingdom
  • The Middle Kingdom
  • The New Kingdom

Part 2: Magic in Ancient Egyptian Life

The Nature of Magic

In today's world, magic is frequently perceived as being deceptive or involving deception. The majority of people today do not believe in magic. If they do believe it, they think of it as something foreign or exotic, something that they would associate with a "Buddhist monk in Tibet" or a "mystical recluse in India," rather than something that everyone can accomplish.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magic vs. Religion
  • Immediacy
  • The End Goal
  • Will
  • The Power of Words
  • How Magicians Worked

Part 3: Hieroglyphics and Magic 

What are Hieroglyphics?

Hieroglyphics were a type of writing employed in Ancient Egypt that was displayed in a visual format. Some people believe the images are merely self-portraits. The symbols were sometimes based on sounds. Because writing hieroglyphics required a great deal of talent and time, it was usually done by specialists and used in places where it would be permanent.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magical Beliefs About Hieroglyphics

Part 4: The Deities of Ancient Egyptian Religion

The gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt have already been mentioned several times, and there are roughly 2000 gods and goddesses in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. Others were exclusively worshiped on a local basis, while others were widely revered in their day. Many were created within religious cults that existed in various locations around Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Ennead of Heliopolis
  • Atum/ Ra
  • Shu and Tefnut
  • Geb
  • Nut
  • Osiris
  • The Osiris and Isis Myth
  • Isis
  • Seth
  • Nephthys

Module 2: Priests or Magicians

Part 1: Priesthood vs. Magicians

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the differences between priests and magicians
  • Know what the House of Life is and its importance
  • Know some stories about Ancient Egyptian magicians
  • Understand the responsibilities of magicians
  • Know what was in a magician’s toolbox

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Priesthood vs. Magicians
  • Two Kinds of Magicians
  • Purity of Priests
  • Duties of the Priests

Part 2: The House of Life

However, the vast majority of priests did not come from the previously mentioned positions. They were from the 'House of Life' institutes.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • What is the House of Life?
  • What Did Sesh-Per-Ankh Priests Do?
  • Secret Knowledge

Part 3: Stories of Magicians and the Magician’s Toolbox

Stories of Magicians

Short real stories about magic and/or magicians were quite popular in Ancient Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Harem Conspiracy
  • Eucrates at Memnon
  • Eucrates at Memphis
  • Magician’s Toolbox
  • What was a Magician’s Toolbox?
  • What was in a Magician’s Toolbox?

Module 3: Medicine

Part 1: A Magical View of Medicine

Learning Objectives:

  • The magical view of medicine held by Ancient Egyptians
  • Popular ingredients used
  •  Spells for various ailments

A Magical View of Medicine

Approaches to Medicine in Ancient Egypt

Some disease-healing methods were exceedingly clinical and exact. The London-Leiden Papyrus, for example, focuses much more on the magical side of things. Both methods were employed in Ancient Egypt, as seen by this. The method utilized is assumed to be dependent on the type of sickness.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Ancient Egyptian Physicians
  • Gods Associated with Medicine
  • Famous Healing Temples
  • Temple of Dendera
  • Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
  • Disease Demons

Part 2: Popular Ingredients

Various materials have been employed in spells and treatments for various spiritual and bodily maladies in both ancient and modern magical systems, and they are still utilized today. We'll look at some of the most common components in Ancient Egyptian magic and medicine in this section.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Herbs and Plants
  • Animal Parts
  • Other Ingredients

Part 3: Spells for Various Ailments

In this lesson, we'll go through several ancient Egyptian spells and potions that were used to treat various maladies.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Spells for Ailments to Use Today

Module 4: Magical Significance of Ancient Egyptian Architecture

Part 1: Djoser’s Construction

Learning Objectives:

  • The cosmic mysteries of the pyramids
  • The spiritual significance of the Sphinx

Djoser’s Construction

Djoser’s Step Pyramid

We already know that Djoser, through his physician, architect, and general advisor Imhotep, was the first Ancient Egyptian monarch to commission a pyramid. Mastabas were used to bury Ancient Egyptians and aristocrats prior to this. These were flat mud-brick graves. In fact, Djoser's pyramid began as a mastaba, which makes up the pyramid's lower level.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Heb-Sed Courtyard
  • The Dahshur Pyramids

Part 2: The Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid was built by Sneferu's son Khufu. This is the pyramid that has attracted the most interest in mystical and magical events. The tomb was built for Khufu, according to most historians. This is reinforced by its Old Kingdom name, which reads, "Khufu is one who belongs to the horizon." Some people, on the other hand, do not believe it was a tomb at all or that it may have been one.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Descending Passageway
  • Napoleon’s Visit to the Great Pyramid
  • Magical Boats

Part 3: The Sphinx and Fifth Dynasty Pyramids

The Sphinx

Khaef-Re, Khufu's son, commissioned the Sphinx as part of his pyramid complex. According to legend, the Sphinx is Khaef-head Re's on a lion's body. It measures 240 feet in length and 65 feet in height.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magical Significance of the Sphinx
  • Fifth Dynasty Pyramids
  • Sabu-Re’s Pyramid
  • Una’s Pyramid

Module 5: Magic and the Dead

Part 1: Mummification

Learning Objectives:

  • The magic of mummification
  • Pyramid and Coffin Texts
  • Book of the Dead

Mummification

The Goal of Mummification

Simply defined, the goal was to keep the body alive indefinitely. Even though we live 3000 years later than they did, we can now see clearly what mummified people looked like in life, so one could say that Ancient Egyptians accomplished this to an astonishing degree. Furthermore, mummification was used to keep the spirit alive for all eternity.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Mythology Behind Mummification 
  • The Process of Mummification- Physical
  • The Process of Mummification- Magical
  • Magical Oils for the Dead
  • Opening of the Mouth’ Ceremony

Part 2: Pyramid and Coffin Texts

What Were the Pyramid and Coffin Texts?

Pyramid Texts were spells engraved inside pyramids that guaranteed immortality by ensuring the afterlife and body's safety. Because only pharaohs were buried in such splendor, and tombs and pyramids were sealed after burial, common Egyptians and even nobility had no access to this knowledge. The priesthood was the only one who did.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Features of Coffin Texts

Part 3: Book of the Dead

What is the Book of the Dead?

Coffin Texts and Pyramid Texts were used to create the Book of the Dead. It was officially titled as ‘The Going Forth by Day,' and it was a collection of papyrus rolls that included rites, hymns, prayers, spells, and incantations. Hundreds of copies of the same or similar writings have been discovered, leading to the conclusion that the Book of the Dead was widely read in Ancient Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The ‘Ka’ and ‘Ba’

Module 6: Magical Objects and Amulets

Part 1: Amulets

Learning Objectives:

  • What amulets were
  • Amulets for the living
  • Amulets for the dead
  • Scarabs
  • Magical servant statues

Amulets

What Were Amulets?

An amulet is a little item or pendant worn by a person for mystical purposes like protection or good luck. Some historians claim that everyone in Ancient Egypt wore amulets. They were typically worn as rings, necklaces, bracelets, or other body jewelry. They were referred to as ‘udjaou.'

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Power of Amulets
  • Amulets for the Living
  • Amulets for the Dead
  • Scarabs

Part 2: Magical Servant Statues 

What Were Magical Servant Statues?

Small figurines known as magical servant statues were utilized for a variety of reasons in Ancient Egypt, both friendly and malicious. They were frequently fashioned of moldable materials like clay and wax, and were frequently made in the likeness of the person to whom the magical effect was to be applied.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Servants
  • Protectors
  • North Wall
  • South Wall
  • East Wall
  • West Wall

Module 7: Oracles and Dreams

Part 1: Oracles

Learning Objectives: 

  • What oracles were and how they were used
  • How the Ancient Egyptians interpreted dreams
  • What dream scrying is and how to use it today

Oracles

What Were Oracles in Ancient Egypt?

Oracles in Ancient Egypt were cult sculptures that were utilized to seek heavenly advice and predict the future. Within temples, they were kept in the holiest of holies. When visiting an Ancient Egyptian temple, nobility would gather to pay their homage to the gods in a second, roofed and walled courtyard.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Speaking Oracles
  • Consulting an Oracle
  • Detective Oracles
  • The Case of the Tomb of Hai
  • The Case of Kenna
  • Thutmose III

Part 2: Dreams

The Importance of Dreams

Dreams were regarded as significant in Ancient Egypt, as they foreshadowed future events.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Dream Book
  • Interpretations
  • Dream Scrying
  • Ritual Dream Scrying Technique

Module 8: Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

Part 1: The Ancient Egyptian Calendar

Learning Objectives:

  • The ancient Egyptian calendar
  • Very adverse days
  • Very favorable days

The Ancient Egyptian Calendar

Organization of the Year

The Ancient Egyptian calendar had three seasons: akhet, proyet, shomu, and the yearly five days. Each season consisted of four 30-day months, for a total of 360 days every year. Because of the Earth's rotation around the Sun, the calendar would soon get out of sync with nature itself. As a result, they added an extra five days to the beginning of the year, dubbed "the yearly five days."

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Cairo Calendar

Part 2: A Closer Look at Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Auspices
  • Recommended Behavior
  • Horoscope Examples
  • Akhet (Inundation)
  • Proyet (Emergence)
  • Shomu (Summer)

Module 9: Contemporary Ancient Egyptian Magic

Part 1: Western Occult Tradition

Learning Objectives:

  • Occultism and Freemasonry
  • Initiation
  • Symbology and teachings
  • Secrecy

Western Occult Tradition

What is Occultism?

Occultism is a way of life, spirituality, and religion that literally means "the study of the unseen." It is the study of ‘truth,' not ‘belief,' the truth that connects all things. They'd be looking for hidden truths in the religions that bind them together. Astrology, spiritualism, magic, numerology, psychic talents, and other aspects of occultism can all be studied.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Rosicrucianism
  • Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
  • H.P. Blavatsky
  • Thelema

Part 2: Afrocentric Occult Tradition

A Re-Examination of History

Egyptology, mostly carried out by European and white American archaeologists, explorers, and historians in the 1700s, 1800s, and early 1900s, provided much of what we know about Ancient Egypt. As a result, some of our data may be tainted by prejudices held by this group of people at the time, such as racist and sexist beliefs.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Racial Make-up of Ancient Egypt

Part 3: Kemeticism

Some African Americans and others from the African diaspora began to incorporate this into their historical identity based on the concept that Ancient Egypt was originally a black society. Some people also rejected Western Christianity because it was imposed on their forefathers during slavery, preferring to follow indigenous African religious and spiritual traditions instead.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Kemetic Organizations
  • Practical Application

Module 10: Mystical Modern Experiences of Ancient Egypt

Part 1: Aleister Crowley

Learning Objectives:

  • Aleister Crowley
  • Edgar Cayce

Alesiter Crowley

Aleister Crowley claimed to have met a spirit named Aiwass while on his honeymoon in Egypt with his wife in 1904. In fact, it was his wife Rose who first made contact with the spirit, as she went into a trance and told Crowley that Aiwass himself was the source of all the mysterious spiritual messages he was receiving regarding Osiris, Horus, the Child, and other topics.

Part 2: Edgar Cayce

Jane Doherty, a psychic and author, discusses Edgar Cayce, a renowned American mystic, and his experiences. He would go into hypnosis, then answer questions and offer predictions. He read a lot about himself and his prior lives in Egypt. He believed that in Ancient Egypt, there was a hidden Hall of Records. He claimed that it would be found underground, near the Sphinx, and that it would be buried.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of your course assessment, you will receive 3 certificates. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course, a CPD certificate displaying the number of CPD points earned from the course and a certificate of completion.

Module 1 – Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Magic

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Brief History of Ancient Egypt
  • Part 2: Magic in Ancient Egyptian life
  • Part 3: Hieroglyphics and Magic
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Priests or Magicians?

  • Part 1: Priesthood vs Magicians
  • Part 2: The House of Life
  • Part 3: Stories of Magicians and the Magician’s Toolbox
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Medicine

  • Part 1: A Magical View of Medicine
  • Part 2: Popular Ingredients
  • Part 3: Spells for Various Ailments
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Magical Significance of Ancient Egyptian Architecture

  • Part 1: Djoser’s Construction
  • Part 2: The Great Pyramid
  • Part 3: The Sphinx and Fifth Dynasty Pyramids
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Magic and the Dead

  • Part 1: Mummification
  • Part 2: Pyramid and Coffin Texts
  • Part 3: Book of the Dead
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Magical Objects & Amulets

  • Part 1: Amulets
  • Part 2: Magical Servant Statues
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Oracles and Dreams

  • Part 1: Oracles
  • Part 2: Dreams
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

  • Part 1: The Ancient Egyptian Calendar
  • Part 2: A Closer Look at Ancient
  • Egyptian Horoscopes
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Contempora Egyptian Magic

  • Part 1: Western Occult Tradition
  • Part 2: Afrocentric Occult Tradition
  • Part 3: Kemeticism
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Mystical Modern Experiences of Ancient Egypt

  • Part 1: Aleister Crowley
  • Part 2: Edgar Cayce
  • Conclusion
  • Module 10 Assessment

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Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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About this Course

Study Ancient Egyptian Magic Online Course and Learn How Ancient Egyptians Saw Magic and Religion, and The Magic of Hieroglyphics

Magic was neither a trick nor an illusion in ancient Egypt; it was the harnessing of the powers of natural laws, conceived of as supernatural entities, to achieve a certain aim. A world without magic was unthinkable to the Egyptians. The world was created through magic, and magic continues to sustain it on a daily basis. Magic heals when one is sick, gives when one is in need, and assuages when one is afraid.

The Ancient Egyptian Magic Certificate Course begins with a brief history of the many kingdoms, an overview of how Ancient Egyptians viewed magic and religion, and the magic of hieroglyphics to set the stage. You'll learn about the contrasts between religion and magic, as well as the differences between priests and magicians.

The Ancient Egyptian Magic Certificate Course explores the interaction between medicine and magic in Ancient Egypt. You'll learn about the common materials and spells employed by the Ancient Egyptians, who saw medicine as a magical art. The Ancient Egyptians were known for their building, and this course reveals the mystical and spiritual significance of how they built. You'll also learn about the magic of mummification and the deceased, as well as their ideas about death and the hereafter, and how we might utilize magic to influence our lives in this one.

Ancient Egyptian Magic Online Course - Requirements

The Ancient Egyptian Magic Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Ancient Egyptian Magic Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

For any additional questions please see our comprehensive FAQS tab above.

Ancient Egyptian Magic Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Magic 

Part 1: A Brief History 

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the history of Ancient Egypt
  • Understand how important magic was in Ancient Egyptian life
  • Learn ho hieroglyphics were seen as magical
  • Know who the most important deities were and how to invoke them today

A Brief History of Ancient Egypt 

Ancient Egyptian history covers approximately 3000 years, which is a significant amount of time. As a result, we won't be able to go into great detail here. We shall, however, look at the Ancient Egyptian timeline and some of the important defining periods in Egyptian history.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Timeline of Ancient Egypt
  • The Old Kingdom
  • The Middle Kingdom
  • The New Kingdom

Part 2: Magic in Ancient Egyptian Life

The Nature of Magic

In today's world, magic is frequently perceived as being deceptive or involving deception. The majority of people today do not believe in magic. If they do believe it, they think of it as something foreign or exotic, something that they would associate with a "Buddhist monk in Tibet" or a "mystical recluse in India," rather than something that everyone can accomplish.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magic vs. Religion
  • Immediacy
  • The End Goal
  • Will
  • The Power of Words
  • How Magicians Worked

Part 3: Hieroglyphics and Magic 

What are Hieroglyphics?

Hieroglyphics were a type of writing employed in Ancient Egypt that was displayed in a visual format. Some people believe the images are merely self-portraits. The symbols were sometimes based on sounds. Because writing hieroglyphics required a great deal of talent and time, it was usually done by specialists and used in places where it would be permanent.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magical Beliefs About Hieroglyphics

Part 4: The Deities of Ancient Egyptian Religion

The gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt have already been mentioned several times, and there are roughly 2000 gods and goddesses in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. Others were exclusively worshiped on a local basis, while others were widely revered in their day. Many were created within religious cults that existed in various locations around Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Ennead of Heliopolis
  • Atum/ Ra
  • Shu and Tefnut
  • Geb
  • Nut
  • Osiris
  • The Osiris and Isis Myth
  • Isis
  • Seth
  • Nephthys

Module 2: Priests or Magicians

Part 1: Priesthood vs. Magicians

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the differences between priests and magicians
  • Know what the House of Life is and its importance
  • Know some stories about Ancient Egyptian magicians
  • Understand the responsibilities of magicians
  • Know what was in a magician’s toolbox

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Priesthood vs. Magicians
  • Two Kinds of Magicians
  • Purity of Priests
  • Duties of the Priests

Part 2: The House of Life

However, the vast majority of priests did not come from the previously mentioned positions. They were from the 'House of Life' institutes.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • What is the House of Life?
  • What Did Sesh-Per-Ankh Priests Do?
  • Secret Knowledge

Part 3: Stories of Magicians and the Magician’s Toolbox

Stories of Magicians

Short real stories about magic and/or magicians were quite popular in Ancient Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Harem Conspiracy
  • Eucrates at Memnon
  • Eucrates at Memphis
  • Magician’s Toolbox
  • What was a Magician’s Toolbox?
  • What was in a Magician’s Toolbox?

Module 3: Medicine

Part 1: A Magical View of Medicine

Learning Objectives:

  • The magical view of medicine held by Ancient Egyptians
  • Popular ingredients used
  •  Spells for various ailments

A Magical View of Medicine

Approaches to Medicine in Ancient Egypt

Some disease-healing methods were exceedingly clinical and exact. The London-Leiden Papyrus, for example, focuses much more on the magical side of things. Both methods were employed in Ancient Egypt, as seen by this. The method utilized is assumed to be dependent on the type of sickness.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Ancient Egyptian Physicians
  • Gods Associated with Medicine
  • Famous Healing Temples
  • Temple of Dendera
  • Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
  • Disease Demons

Part 2: Popular Ingredients

Various materials have been employed in spells and treatments for various spiritual and bodily maladies in both ancient and modern magical systems, and they are still utilized today. We'll look at some of the most common components in Ancient Egyptian magic and medicine in this section.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Herbs and Plants
  • Animal Parts
  • Other Ingredients

Part 3: Spells for Various Ailments

In this lesson, we'll go through several ancient Egyptian spells and potions that were used to treat various maladies.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Spells for Ailments to Use Today

Module 4: Magical Significance of Ancient Egyptian Architecture

Part 1: Djoser’s Construction

Learning Objectives:

  • The cosmic mysteries of the pyramids
  • The spiritual significance of the Sphinx

Djoser’s Construction

Djoser’s Step Pyramid

We already know that Djoser, through his physician, architect, and general advisor Imhotep, was the first Ancient Egyptian monarch to commission a pyramid. Mastabas were used to bury Ancient Egyptians and aristocrats prior to this. These were flat mud-brick graves. In fact, Djoser's pyramid began as a mastaba, which makes up the pyramid's lower level.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Heb-Sed Courtyard
  • The Dahshur Pyramids

Part 2: The Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid was built by Sneferu's son Khufu. This is the pyramid that has attracted the most interest in mystical and magical events. The tomb was built for Khufu, according to most historians. This is reinforced by its Old Kingdom name, which reads, "Khufu is one who belongs to the horizon." Some people, on the other hand, do not believe it was a tomb at all or that it may have been one.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Descending Passageway
  • Napoleon’s Visit to the Great Pyramid
  • Magical Boats

Part 3: The Sphinx and Fifth Dynasty Pyramids

The Sphinx

Khaef-Re, Khufu's son, commissioned the Sphinx as part of his pyramid complex. According to legend, the Sphinx is Khaef-head Re's on a lion's body. It measures 240 feet in length and 65 feet in height.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Magical Significance of the Sphinx
  • Fifth Dynasty Pyramids
  • Sabu-Re’s Pyramid
  • Una’s Pyramid

Module 5: Magic and the Dead

Part 1: Mummification

Learning Objectives:

  • The magic of mummification
  • Pyramid and Coffin Texts
  • Book of the Dead

Mummification

The Goal of Mummification

Simply defined, the goal was to keep the body alive indefinitely. Even though we live 3000 years later than they did, we can now see clearly what mummified people looked like in life, so one could say that Ancient Egyptians accomplished this to an astonishing degree. Furthermore, mummification was used to keep the spirit alive for all eternity.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Mythology Behind Mummification 
  • The Process of Mummification- Physical
  • The Process of Mummification- Magical
  • Magical Oils for the Dead
  • Opening of the Mouth’ Ceremony

Part 2: Pyramid and Coffin Texts

What Were the Pyramid and Coffin Texts?

Pyramid Texts were spells engraved inside pyramids that guaranteed immortality by ensuring the afterlife and body's safety. Because only pharaohs were buried in such splendor, and tombs and pyramids were sealed after burial, common Egyptians and even nobility had no access to this knowledge. The priesthood was the only one who did.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Features of Coffin Texts

Part 3: Book of the Dead

What is the Book of the Dead?

Coffin Texts and Pyramid Texts were used to create the Book of the Dead. It was officially titled as ‘The Going Forth by Day,' and it was a collection of papyrus rolls that included rites, hymns, prayers, spells, and incantations. Hundreds of copies of the same or similar writings have been discovered, leading to the conclusion that the Book of the Dead was widely read in Ancient Egypt.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The ‘Ka’ and ‘Ba’

Module 6: Magical Objects and Amulets

Part 1: Amulets

Learning Objectives:

  • What amulets were
  • Amulets for the living
  • Amulets for the dead
  • Scarabs
  • Magical servant statues

Amulets

What Were Amulets?

An amulet is a little item or pendant worn by a person for mystical purposes like protection or good luck. Some historians claim that everyone in Ancient Egypt wore amulets. They were typically worn as rings, necklaces, bracelets, or other body jewelry. They were referred to as ‘udjaou.'

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Power of Amulets
  • Amulets for the Living
  • Amulets for the Dead
  • Scarabs

Part 2: Magical Servant Statues 

What Were Magical Servant Statues?

Small figurines known as magical servant statues were utilized for a variety of reasons in Ancient Egypt, both friendly and malicious. They were frequently fashioned of moldable materials like clay and wax, and were frequently made in the likeness of the person to whom the magical effect was to be applied.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Servants
  • Protectors
  • North Wall
  • South Wall
  • East Wall
  • West Wall

Module 7: Oracles and Dreams

Part 1: Oracles

Learning Objectives: 

  • What oracles were and how they were used
  • How the Ancient Egyptians interpreted dreams
  • What dream scrying is and how to use it today

Oracles

What Were Oracles in Ancient Egypt?

Oracles in Ancient Egypt were cult sculptures that were utilized to seek heavenly advice and predict the future. Within temples, they were kept in the holiest of holies. When visiting an Ancient Egyptian temple, nobility would gather to pay their homage to the gods in a second, roofed and walled courtyard.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Speaking Oracles
  • Consulting an Oracle
  • Detective Oracles
  • The Case of the Tomb of Hai
  • The Case of Kenna
  • Thutmose III

Part 2: Dreams

The Importance of Dreams

Dreams were regarded as significant in Ancient Egypt, as they foreshadowed future events.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Dream Book
  • Interpretations
  • Dream Scrying
  • Ritual Dream Scrying Technique

Module 8: Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

Part 1: The Ancient Egyptian Calendar

Learning Objectives:

  • The ancient Egyptian calendar
  • Very adverse days
  • Very favorable days

The Ancient Egyptian Calendar

Organization of the Year

The Ancient Egyptian calendar had three seasons: akhet, proyet, shomu, and the yearly five days. Each season consisted of four 30-day months, for a total of 360 days every year. Because of the Earth's rotation around the Sun, the calendar would soon get out of sync with nature itself. As a result, they added an extra five days to the beginning of the year, dubbed "the yearly five days."

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Cairo Calendar

Part 2: A Closer Look at Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Auspices
  • Recommended Behavior
  • Horoscope Examples
  • Akhet (Inundation)
  • Proyet (Emergence)
  • Shomu (Summer)

Module 9: Contemporary Ancient Egyptian Magic

Part 1: Western Occult Tradition

Learning Objectives:

  • Occultism and Freemasonry
  • Initiation
  • Symbology and teachings
  • Secrecy

Western Occult Tradition

What is Occultism?

Occultism is a way of life, spirituality, and religion that literally means "the study of the unseen." It is the study of ‘truth,' not ‘belief,' the truth that connects all things. They'd be looking for hidden truths in the religions that bind them together. Astrology, spiritualism, magic, numerology, psychic talents, and other aspects of occultism can all be studied.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Rosicrucianism
  • Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
  • H.P. Blavatsky
  • Thelema

Part 2: Afrocentric Occult Tradition

A Re-Examination of History

Egyptology, mostly carried out by European and white American archaeologists, explorers, and historians in the 1700s, 1800s, and early 1900s, provided much of what we know about Ancient Egypt. As a result, some of our data may be tainted by prejudices held by this group of people at the time, such as racist and sexist beliefs.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Racial Make-up of Ancient Egypt

Part 3: Kemeticism

Some African Americans and others from the African diaspora began to incorporate this into their historical identity based on the concept that Ancient Egypt was originally a black society. Some people also rejected Western Christianity because it was imposed on their forefathers during slavery, preferring to follow indigenous African religious and spiritual traditions instead.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Kemetic Organizations
  • Practical Application

Module 10: Mystical Modern Experiences of Ancient Egypt

Part 1: Aleister Crowley

Learning Objectives:

  • Aleister Crowley
  • Edgar Cayce

Alesiter Crowley

Aleister Crowley claimed to have met a spirit named Aiwass while on his honeymoon in Egypt with his wife in 1904. In fact, it was his wife Rose who first made contact with the spirit, as she went into a trance and told Crowley that Aiwass himself was the source of all the mysterious spiritual messages he was receiving regarding Osiris, Horus, the Child, and other topics.

Part 2: Edgar Cayce

Jane Doherty, a psychic and author, discusses Edgar Cayce, a renowned American mystic, and his experiences. He would go into hypnosis, then answer questions and offer predictions. He read a lot about himself and his prior lives in Egypt. He believed that in Ancient Egypt, there was a hidden Hall of Records. He claimed that it would be found underground, near the Sphinx, and that it would be buried.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of your course assessment, you will receive 3 certificates. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course, a CPD certificate displaying the number of CPD points earned from the course and a certificate of completion.

Module 1 – Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Magic

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Brief History of Ancient Egypt
  • Part 2: Magic in Ancient Egyptian life
  • Part 3: Hieroglyphics and Magic
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Priests or Magicians?

  • Part 1: Priesthood vs Magicians
  • Part 2: The House of Life
  • Part 3: Stories of Magicians and the Magician’s Toolbox
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Medicine

  • Part 1: A Magical View of Medicine
  • Part 2: Popular Ingredients
  • Part 3: Spells for Various Ailments
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Magical Significance of Ancient Egyptian Architecture

  • Part 1: Djoser’s Construction
  • Part 2: The Great Pyramid
  • Part 3: The Sphinx and Fifth Dynasty Pyramids
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Magic and the Dead

  • Part 1: Mummification
  • Part 2: Pyramid and Coffin Texts
  • Part 3: Book of the Dead
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Magical Objects & Amulets

  • Part 1: Amulets
  • Part 2: Magical Servant Statues
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Oracles and Dreams

  • Part 1: Oracles
  • Part 2: Dreams
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Ancient Egyptian Horoscopes

  • Part 1: The Ancient Egyptian Calendar
  • Part 2: A Closer Look at Ancient
  • Egyptian Horoscopes
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Contempora Egyptian Magic

  • Part 1: Western Occult Tradition
  • Part 2: Afrocentric Occult Tradition
  • Part 3: Kemeticism
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Mystical Modern Experiences of Ancient Egypt

  • Part 1: Aleister Crowley
  • Part 2: Edgar Cayce
  • Conclusion
  • Module 10 Assessment

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