Ancient African Adorations

Devotional World Music. This is the best way that I can describe this music. Music from Ancient African Egypt, from Ancient Kemet, coming from a place very deep in my Soul. from a place that birthed My Spirit. The songs came forward more and more as I studied  the teachings of Shetaut Neter. Now, these songs are one of the steps in processing and digressing, absorbing, learning the teachings. Dua Sebai May and Dua Seba Dja for presenting these teachings. Now that I am living on Chicago, I feel there will be an interest in this music. Looking forward.


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Here are links to past events

TCHIYA AMET Unplugged plus Temple of Amun Presents
Ancient African Adorations   August 19, 2017

Ancient African Adorations Concert Series

And now some other views on this music.




Egyptian creation texts stress the belief that the world was manifested as a result of sound waves that were uttered by Tehuti (equivalent to Hermes or Mercury). The Egyptian temple hieroglyphs considered Ma-at to be the Queen of Harmony.





music was an integral part of daily Egyptian life

Many inscriptions of songs have been found in tombs with instructions to be sung to the accompaniment of harps. Many researchers believe that the songs found in the tombs were intended to be sung by priests and priestesses.

According to Robert Anderson, Plato, supposed to have studied in Egypt, extolled the excellence of Egyptian musical standards (Laws, 657), and Pythagoras is said to have investigated musical theory there (Iamblichus, De vita Pythagorae, iv). Dio Cassius (Roman History, xxxvii.18) stated that Egyptian music was closely connected with astrology.”





Ancient Egyptians had a number of professional musicians that performed for many occasions. Since their society was set up with social levels, this meant that different musicians could play only for specific events. A musician with a high status could play for religious ceremonies at the temples, where a lower class musician might only be able to play for regular community members. The highest honor to achieve was the status of ‘shemayet’, which gave these musicians the ability to play for a particular god or goddess and these musicians were mostly women.

The royal family of the pharaoh had personal musicians of the highest quality. These included not only those that played instruments, such as the harp, but also singers. Lower class musicians performed as entertainers for many of the festivals and parties and it was common to see dancers and informal singers perform with them.

Plans are underway for our first in this lifetime Musicial Initiatic Tour in October. Initiation into the Order of Shemayet, Chantress, Singing Priestess and Heset, Singer of Sacred Words.


Arit Neter S Mery Maati

aka Tchiya Amet





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