Year 374 of the fifth Sotic (Sothic) cycle of the ancient Egyptian religion.

"Fear not what destroys the body. Fear the ignorance that consumes the soul."
  • Who am I
  • Where did I come from?
  • Is there a purpose to life?
  • What happens in death?
  • Is there a soul?
  • Is there a god?
  • The answers to "Life's Great Questions" cannot be given, but must be learned; and, the learning of many things teaches not understanding.

    The religion of The Goddess seeks no converts. But those who seek the Goddess will find Her precepts to ring as a familiar note from a forgotten pagan past.

    For 3,000 years before the advent of Christianity the Pagan world looked to Egypt as the seat of wisdom. Yet the Egyptian religion held no hope for the ignorant to survive death. Likewise in Babylon, as in Ebla and Sumer before it, death was a journey fraught with perils. Throughout the ages, around the world, the pagan shaman, path walker and psychopomp have traversed the perilous path between the two worlds. It is a journey few souls survive unscathed.