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NUT & GEB: Ether And Mattar

NUT & GEB: Ether And Mattar

Where does the Sun go every night? The ancient Egyptians sure had an answer. Ancient Egyptians believed that the Sky, represented by the goddess Nut, swallowed the Sun, represented by the God Ra every night, and Ra had to make a journey inside of Nut’s body.
Ra would then face a lot of dangers and difficult tests to stop him from rising up again, or to be born again through Nut. And just as Nut is the mother of Ra in heaven, so is she our mother on Earth.
The ancient Egyptians believed that men were the children of heaven (Nut), and therefore we are originally a spiritual entity living a temporary physical experience on Earth that eventually goes back to his heavenly mother, Nut.
Ancient Egyptian artists depicted goddess Nut inside the coffins, so that Nut’s face was facing the head of the deceased and Nut’s body was right above the mummy.
Nut was the symbol of heaven and one of the Neteru that emerged from the one God (the cosmic mind) to create and develop the universe.
Nut was also one of the members of the ninth Heliopolis theory of the genesis of the universe, which assumed that the universe had emerged from 9 major cosmic powers and was in order of the Calate.
Nut was the boundary between chaos and cosmic order. She stood at the threshold of both worlds to prevent chaos from reaching the world order. Geb, Nut’s husband, was the opposite cosmic power of Nut, complementing her work in the universe system.
The universe originated from the interaction between poles of contrasting forces that complement each other’s action, such as the negative and positive energy poles that arise.
Ancient Egyptians call power poles “pairs.”
Nut represents the ethereal state of matter and is the first form of matter emerging from the subconscious to the apparent world. Nut is a “symbol” of matter, the energy that regulates the material world.
The theory of Platonic manifolds is based on the hypothesis that there are 5 fundamental elements from which the universe originated, which are in order like:
    1. Ether: This is a case where the atoms of matter are electromagnetic fields and have not yet formed.
    2. Plasma, pyrotechnic state of the material.
    3. Air, gaseous state of matter
    4. Water, liquid state of matter
    5. The solid state of matter
So if Gebb represents the solid state of matter in the most intense form of creature and its cubic symbol, then Nut is the symbol of the ether, and it is the least form of material and its 12-surface symbol (“Dodecahedron”).
Nut is the closest to the world of the soul, and she is the mother who gives birth to us when we come to the world of the Earth, and she comes back to swallow our souls after death and turns us into stars above her aromatic body.