More than once we can be amazed by the scientiﬁc wealth of ancient Egyptian culture. Regardless of whether it concerns architecture,astronomy,mathematics, geometry, natural sciences, medicine and healing, agriculture, chemistry, martial arts or philosophy. Egypt and not Greece is rightfully the cradle of our European culture. All the great Greek scientists did spend years and years of training in the famous Universities of that time throughout Egypt. Among them was Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Pythagoras, Herodotus and Hippocrates. Because the ancient Egyptian culture was a feminine fertility culture,sexuality was high on the priority list of every man and woman. Fertility was seen as a sacred gift of nature, and therefore a gift of the Gods and Goddesses. Each Deity represented an individual aspect of sexuality. Sacred sexuality was practiced by the Goddesses Hathor and Isis. Where Isis brought sacred sexuality into love relationships, the Serpent Power practices of Hathor were meant to reach the higher levels of consciousness and to self-realization by using our vital life force, called Sechem. The way in which they looked at self-realization shows great similarities with how contemporary non-dual teachers speak of essence and realizing essential qualities. At that time, using sexuality to reach enlightenment was largely secret and only accessible to the happy few, who also dared to enter and undergo the intense years of initiation and training. Part of this knowledge eventually took its way to India and the Far East, where it became known under the name Tantra. But the origins lie in Egypt and that which remains and is surrendered to knowledge and practice, can be found in this book.