The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar: Shamanic sexual healing and sex magic (Paperback)
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The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar lays out in detail how shamanic sex has been used, throughout history, to prepare pharaohs, kings, tsars and sultans for Sovereignty. It is a spiritual technique that leads alchemically to a superior intelligence and self-empowerment, which is a direct result of interacting with beings who inhabit a parallel universe to this one - another dimension - from whom man has traditionally gained his knowledge about his place and purpose on Earth and in the cosmos. In ancient times, the ability to tap into this superior wisdom through sacred sex magic was transmitted to rulers by a cuen or hierodule, one who was in touch with these extra-dimensional beings or life forms also known as the spirits. It was understood by the wise sages of ancient times that Sovereignty is an actual magical force that arises from the spirits of the land, otherwise known as the Fae, the Gentry, the Sidhe or the Faeries, who are of an Elder and wiser race which inhabits a timeless zone within the parallel dimensions. So the ignition of this shamanic force gave the rulers of antiquity the power of Sovereignty over the land through firing up their higher brain centres, leading to the generation of wisdom and enlightenment and thus the ability and the right to reign. In this book, you will also learn how to benefit from sacred shamanic sex today. The cuen did not need to wear a crown on her head because she was already Bright-browed; her inner crown was already sparkling with the gold of the Sun making love with the diamond light of the Moon. Nor she did not require any anointing from the Archbishop of Canterbury because her innermost elixirs were already flowing like honeyed nectars throughout her whole being. The cuen was a shaman-type skilled in evoking and awakening the two energetic serpents which, during sexual intercourse, would rise and interweave up through the human body, just as they do on a caduceus, to create the Marriage of the Sun and the Moon. These two serpents were known to those who practised the Indian form of the rite, known as tantra, as Ida and Pingala. The ancient Egyptians believed that one serpent was black and the other gold. Sacred sex rites were what inspired the erotic poetry of the Sumerians and Babylonians, and the Song of Solomon in the Old Testament. Whatever the different names and belief systems that used such diverse imagery to describe this process, it is important to realise it is not an imaginary visualisation but a real physiological experience in which the Other Worlds break through into this one, and it is still practised today. As a shaman and mythologist, Annie Dieu-Le-Veut is in regular communion with the spirits of the Land. In this second edition The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar , originally published five years ago, she lays out a way for the spiritual seeker to learn how to visit these other dimensions, so that they can learn about sex magic from their own spirit guides. She gently guides the reader, first by helping them to form their own the cognitive foundation stone for this practice by learning about the evidence - from ancient Greece, Egypt, Crete, India, Sumer and Babylon - that shows sacred sex was once an integral part of kingship rites. She also explains the meaning of the Faery Marriage, known to alchemists as the Marriage of the Sun and the Moon, which finds it resonance in Christian mysticism and the stories about the Holy Grail. And finally Annie shows you how to practice these simple techniques yourself, in order to walk the well-trodden, ancient path towards enlightenment in your own life today.