What's on: 16 Jun

An Introduction to Khemitology

An Introduction to Khemitology

Joanna Bristow-Watkins
Sunday 16 June
10:00am - 5:00pm

A day for anyone fascinated by Egypt.

Joanna will outline the lesser known ancient Egyptian philosophies, known as Khemitology, and demonstrate how they can be applied in everyday life.

This workshop will feature:

  • Why Ancient Egypt was called Khem
  • How Khemitology reflects indigenous tribal philosophies
  • Ways in which Khemitology differs from Egyptology
  • Why our familiar Egyptian deity names and words are derived from the Greek language
  • Discovering the potency of working instead with the authentic Egyptian deity names
  • Hypothesising on how these Khemitian deities may have morphed into the Essene Angels
  • Practical experience of drawing and connecting with ancient Egyptian symbols
  • The five stages in the Khemitian cycle of life
  • The additional perceptions available to us beyond sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell
  • Energy field readings using additional senses to tune-in to people, places and situations

Joanna Bristow-Watkins

Joanna Bristow-Watkins spent over 15 years in senior management specialising in customer care and training. Driven by a desire for greater inner peace, she overcame her initial scepticism of energy healing to become a practitioner and teacher of Egyptian Healing and a leader of spiritual pilgrimages. Several trips to Egypt guided Joanna to Hakim, an indigenous oral tradition keeper of Khemitology (Egyptology according to the tribal elders), which he taught to Joanna.

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