Egyptian Gods

Egyptian gods are very common on DMT for some people. Users usually report seeing Anubis, Isis, Osiris, Horus or Sekhmet.
Hyperspace lexicon description of “Gods and Goddess” :
These beings actually do resemble various cultural archetypal godheads. There are Hindu, Egyptian, Mayan, Celtic, African and plenty of unrecognizable types. They tend to be more sci-fi than you would imagine them from only reading sacred books. They are capable of taking a keen interest in you, and despite being oceanic in comparison to the Genii or the Wizards… they don’t usually judge you, but rather have a kind-of infinite compassion… although you can’t always count on that. They are of different temperaments and personalities, and it is rare to see more than one of them on any given journey.


Anubis is the Egyptian god of afterlife and the underworld, usually depicted as a canine or a man with a canine head. See Anubis on Wikipedia.

“I immediately found myself thrown into a crowd of mythological characters. I clearly distinguish some of them, and they all seemed to be part of the Egyptian pantheon. One of them looked just like Anubis, standing near a door on the wall. The door was open but the other side was dark and I couldn’t see through.”


“I see Anubis standing on the right side of the rainbow along with another (I’m not sure which) Egyptian god standing on the other side Of the rainbow both staring at me, although when I try to focus on a face it just got blurrier. I then notice hundreds if not thousands of these glowing light creatures made of many different colors standing on the cube behind the Egyptian gods.”


“Saw Anubis, who was surrounded by the planets orbiting him with the sun above his head. He began to try to explain to me the origins of Easter and instantly zapped multiple words into my head at once : Ishtar, Astarte, Aether, Asheroth, Innana, Asherah, and more I can’t remember.”


“I looked up and this infinitely tall dog headed godlike form was holding a torch and asked me to follow him. I didn’t really know who Anubis was by name or by too much detail before this trip so I googled it after and it absolutely blew my mind a second time.”


“After looking around for a bit, a being then vibrated in front of me. The only way I can describe this thing was that it looked like Anubis, but with chunkier ears that are tilting backwards a bit and with white and black circle patterns on its face and body.. I start looking around and its amazing! I can see ancient architecture that’s made out of a grey/yellow stone.”


Sekhmet (Sakhmet) is one of the oldest known Egyptian deities. Her name is derived from the Egyptian word “Sekhem” (which means “power” or “might”) and is often translated as the “Powerful One” or “She who is Powerful”. She is depicted as a lion-headed woman, sometimes with the addition of a sun disc on her head. Sekhmet on Wikipedia.

“So I said to myself “great an alien! That’s what I wanted”, but just next to him were a few people that looked just like Egyptians gods, namely Horus and, I guess, Sekhmet.
There was also a giant bald woman in the background.”


“I came to a corridor full of what I immediately recognized as egyptian deities. Anubis was there along with Isis and Sekhmet.”