Deciding to become a member of our ancient and honorable order is not something to be done on a whim, but after careful consideration. Setting out on the pathway of initiation will certainly change your life, and change the world around you. Those who do not take this seriously are easily blown away or toppled over, but those with determination and perseverance will make it through the challenges, the difficulties, and emerge into the Light as beacons of illumination. This path is about growth, self discovery, and self mastery. Those not willing to put forth the great amount of effort and motivation required to succeed should not set foot on this path. But those who feel pull upon their soul towards the greater understanding of the mysteries, have no fear.
To become a member of the order you first need to apply. Once we receive your application, we will review it and contact you by phone or email. If you are located within 120 miles of a temple, we require that you you come for your physical initiation. Of course those who live farther away are encouraged to come for their physical initiation as well, and many initiates choose to do so. If it is not within one’s means to do so at this time, they may be astrally initiated, and come for their physical initiation at a later date. We have Neophyte Initiations once a month at the Temple of Ptah so if at any time you are available to come, please contact us. We also hold Summer Conclave in August every year where correspondence initiates can come and have all of their physical initiations performed.
Once your application has been approved and we have all of your information, you will be set up for the next initiation and given instructions. If you are to be astrally initiated, you will be given a meditation to perform during the time that we are performing your initiation at the temple. If you are going to be physically initiated, you will be given instructions as to where to go, what time to be there, and what you will need to bring.
Upon your initiation, you will be given a Latin Motto, the names and contact information for your proctors, your grade material for the Neophyte Grade, and your certificate. You are then ready to begin your studies, and your proctors are available to help answer any questions you may have regarding your study material, and to help you grasp the forms and techniques given to you as you move through the grades.