Age of the Psychopomp
Neferkari

by
Maat RaAh
High Priest of The Goddesses
October 8, 1997
Revised/Updated: Feb. 19/2011 Aug. 2014 Dec. 2015, Dec. 2016, May 2017

Nefer Kari ushered in the Age of the Psychopomp on August 22, 1984, when I breathed her soul into her newborn body. That was the beginning of a new age of an Old Order, and when I announced the Age of the Psychopomp the following day, I only knew that drastic changes were coming. Likewise when I told Sabrina that she would announce the Twilight of Christianity after she became High Priestess, in 1986, I had no idea as to how that would come about. Nor did I know that when I conducted that first soul to a new life, that she and the souls that would follow would have to wait so long.

But still the Age of the Psychopomp is the age of the Great High Priestesses and what follows is for the Priestesses.

Nefer Kari was the first soul I conducted to a new life. She was also the only one who revealed her name to me by gestures her Great Soul and made, which, when I demonstrated them to The Great High Priestess, she knew what they were wrote down these Egyptian Glyphs, NeferKari, and explained that they mean, literally, beautiful great shrine. But that there was far more. Nefer (beautiful and great, the esophagus and heart) and Ka (soul) with RI (the mouth, as the sound "r" and the reed, as the sound "i" which is a short "e") is the breath taken in with the Ka as a reborn great female soul. This would be the same as a double Double Ka Ka for a man, and it is different from Ankh, which is the breath of life that breaths a spirit into the body to create a Ka/soul, and which is also the symbol for the instrument that holds the Ka in death, until the Ka can be conducted to a Realm of Souls. The last symbol is a throne which denotes a shrine, or in this case the seat upon which the Priestess performs her rituals. In ancient Egypt her third rebirth would have made her written name Nefer NeferKari, Thrice Great Kari Priestess. But she may have been a Thrice Great Kari Priestess in her former life. NeferKari was also her Title, as well as her name, or rather how she was called, and it is the Title for what is to be a new Order of the Kari Priestesses, and it is written as a name, not as a Soul/Kah.

Knowing that I and brought an Egyptian Great High Priestess into this world was both exciting and disturbing, as I knew that her soul was destined be a stranger in a hostile land in which her destiny was to again rise from obscurity and become The Great High Priestess of a new Order. But unlike like Egypt of 3,600 years ago, where priestesses were revered, I had thrust this NeferKari into a world of loathing of The Goddesses and an even greater loathing of sex, where the choices she made would determine her destiny.

But knowing ones destiny is far more frustrating than making choices about which one has no idea as to the outcome, or even knowing when a choice will determine one's destiny.

In 1997 the rituals of The Goddesses were suspended and would not be renewed until after the world feared and loathed Isis. I thought that was the Egyptian Goddess Aset, whom the Greeks called Isis. But I did not realize at the time that it was ISIS and was given in opposition to Aset, and it was not until 2014 that ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ash Sham), rose to power. But there was more. The Great High Priestess of Europe tole me in November 2010 that it was her destiny to die at that time so she would not usher in the beginning of the Arab conquest of Europe and that she would wait until staying would be futile. She died in her ninety-fourth year on February 19, 2011, two months after the arise of the Arab Spring, and I suspended all rituals in Europe, and told the Priestesses to leave Western Europe. The last High Priestess to remain in Western Europe died on December 15, 2015, and all Priestesses in the boarders of western Europe and in Turkey were left by mid December 2016. But still no Great High Priestess has yet established a new Order for the rituals even though many have a destiny to rise from obscurity to become famous Priestesses.

That is the destiny of the Nefer Kari Priestesses, for, unlike the other priestesses I have returned to new lives in the past 32 years, the destiny of the Nefer Kari Priestess is to be a Psychopomp; and their destinies are determined by the choices they make. One of which is in marriage. That is because, it is the destiny of every Great High Priestess not to marry until her 27th year, which makes marriage before her twenty-seventh h year a choice that denies her destiny.

A Priestess can take a husband, but she cannot be his wife, and marriage for her means a ceremony, or taking her husband's name, or a hyphenation of both their names, or being marked in any way by him or for him; she cannot support him, nor he support her, and if they have a child together, it is hers and takes her name; and, because a Priestesses has sex with whomever she wishes, submitting to any man, to be his sole sexual partner, or being restricted sexually in any way by any man is the same as marriage. A Priestess denies her destiny of being a Priestess in such a marriage, and for the NeferKari Priestesses it keeps them from the Way, and they cannot fulfil their destiny to become Psychopomps.

The Great High Priestess Mort Ange made that choice when she proposed and became engaged, and took chose her husband when she was in her eighteenth year. She did not take her husband's name, nor hyphenate their names, nor did she bestow her title, nor was she his wife, "sa femme ". Rather he was her husband, "son mari" and she would not have children. These minor, yet significant details, allowed her to fulfill her destiny not to marry before her 27th year.

But the Age of The Psychopomp is an age of destiny choices for all Priestesses, and those who are destined to be Priestesses have been faced with many destiny choices. Those choices are not easy for the reborn priestesses, as their souls are sexually charged, having lived lives where they enjoyed sex with many different men, as often as they desired, and experienced the fulfillment of their callings, and were revered in their nations.

None of that exists today, at least not in the west, and it may be why so many of the Priestesses have been returned to life in Eastern Europe and beyond. But wherever they are born, the souls of Priestesses are haunted, and often tormented by pleasurable, but hollow sex. Many flaunt their sexuality by the way the dress and act, and where their sexuality has been repressed by religion and family, they chose paths as models, enter beauty pageants, or take positions where they are the center of attention, as with cheerleaders. Most, however, are more open sexually, and begin having sex early. They may have sex with only one partner throughout high school, but they are often the school "slut." Rarely are they virgins when they marry, and often when they do marry they may have numerous extra marital affairs. Some become prostitutes - call girls - escorts , etc. Others go into porn, which they embrace until sex becomes just something they are doing for money, and they feel a hollowness in their soul, an acceptance of humiliation and an unfulfilled destiny.

They may see their destiny in chance, where they meet a man by chance and believe he is what they have been looking for. They marry, and may or may not have a child or children and never feel fulfilled. And they cannot be, because in their former lives the Priestesses performed sexual rituals that prepared men for death. That is why, even if they were prostitutes or porn actresses, they often later seek out positions where they are near, or care for the elderly and dying. Some may become doctors, nurses, or care givers, wanting to keep control of their breath of life, while having the haunting desire to be "sluts" prostitutes or porn actresses.

"A Priestess knows in her Soul she is a Priestess, that is the way we are called. She knows when she is ready. Then she must not deny her Destiny." ["Une Pretresse sait dans son ame, elle est une pretresse, et qui est la facon dont nous sommes tous appeles. Elle saura quand elle est prete. Puis elle ne doit pas nier son destin" My Great High Priestess said in 1956] The soul of a Priestess drives her to become a Priestess, but the time must be right, and there is a conflict of soul and mind, where the mind controls, and the Priestess is lost in an endless search for her destiny, which she often believes is to become a popular woman - popular as the world would see her. Or she may be attracted to religions of the mind, where they control or are controlled by sex and a dark nature that is antithetical to their souls.

The roll a Priestess and her destiny is to prepare men for death, but not always by performing the rituals of The Goddesses. This has been the destiny of all Twice Great and Trice Great Priestesses from the beginning of time, as we find with the Priestesses of Syria [ash sham, Greater Syria] who were revered prior to the time of Roman Arab Christian rule when they were forced to perform their rituals in secret and they have continued through the call for their death under the rule of Muslims. Their callings are often more subtle; and, as anciently, the role of the Priestess has been in shaping and ruling nations, and as the mothers of great leaders.

With the death of The Great High Priestess of Europe on February 11, 2011, it has become clear that most Priestesses are born to shape the future of nations, and that the greatest of those will thwart the nations of war. Her last admonition to me was to wait for the Priestesses who will bring about the end of America's involvement in the Muslim wars. I know how that is to be done, and have prepared the way for the Great High Priestesses to rise from obscurity and become world famous for changing the Arab Wars.

It is, however the destiny of both the Nefer Kari and Nefer Kara to become the Great High Priestesses of new Orders. And that is their destinies even though one must abide her time before being declared The Great High Priestess of Syria. All they, and the other Great High Priestesses can do is make the choices that will lead to their destinies. Just when that will happen is determined by destiny which is beyond their control, except that they will know when they are ready. But that will not happen if they makes the wrong choices and reject or deny their destinies. But even that will only alter how they fulfil their destinies. It is only when a Priestess denies her destiny, that is, knowing what her destiny is, and then denies it, that she chooses another destiny.

But never has their been a greater threat to the Priestesses of the Goddess of Syria than now; and I have seen this coming in the large number of Priestesses I have returned in Syria. Yet their destinies are unknown, even though The High Priestesses of Syria conveyed her prophesy to me when we met in 1998, and I saw the danger when I conducted her soul to the Real of Great Souls in 2013, and since then the Priestesses of the Goddess of Syria have performed their rituals without assurance through a High Priestess of salvation from Death.

Yet I find Cosmic Irony, and Maat (Justice) in knowing that after three days of destiny choices, the Arabic Nefer, The Great High Priestess of Syria, Donald John Trump was elected President of the United States. The Irony in this is that on April 6, 2017, President Trump attacked Syria with 89 Tomahawk missiles, and with his proclamations, and those of his administration, he has called for the execution of not just The Great High Priestess of Syria, but of all Syrian Priestesses; and with that he made the destiny choices that makes him Commander in Chief of America's soldiers of Islam; to decimate the Christians in Syria; and, begin the end of the State of Israel.


Copyright 1997, 2014, 2016, 2017 by Sabrina Aset. All rights reserved.