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What were the promises that were made by the priestesses and priests in those ancient Lifetimes?
When passing through an initiation, it is shown that one would dedicate their heart to another.
Could this dedication be binding from one life to the next?
Those chosen to become Priestesses were deemed blessed in their devotion of a life of servitude to the Goddess. From amongst them, the purest and most dedicated would be chosen to be honoured as the High Priestess – all were in agreement of this.
In the Lands of Khem / Egypt, the High Priestess would bind themselves in ritual to work for their Pharaoh, devoting their Soul to work for them in the afterlife – this was eternal. To honour them, until the bond is broken, they are bound upon their return from the Soul as a Life Aspect.
Within other dynasties, the Higher Priestesses were chosen to represent the physical embodiment of their devotion and allow the higher energies of the Goddess to flow through them, binding their Soul to the divine consciousness they personified.
These bindings can only be broken during a lifetime, not in the afterlife. If the Promise was made on the heart – then it ends with the end of that heart life – you would see this promise made in marriage or betrothal to another during a lifetime. If the Promise was made on the Soul – it may carry on from one life aspect to another. It is eternal and when one is reborn, the cords are opened within once again.