Combining Tesla’s Free Energy, Ancient Egypt’s Orgonite, Magnetic Energy, Sacred Geometry, and Radiesthesia, The Wands of Horus Cards are small, compact energy healing tools that can be used by individuals or therapists. Also known as The Ba Ka Cards — referring to the yin yang nature of the cards — these energetic tools are based on the Ancient Egyptian Orgonite technology called the Wands of Horus.
The original Wands were hollow zinc or copper rods, sometimes filled with alternating layers of sand and other metals. Effectively they were the first recorded Orgonites we know about.
The Wands of Horus Cards are modern versions of these rods and are compact enough to be carried around with you wherever you go. Each card contains a magnet with a triple layered Orgonite chip (silver, gold and/or copper). The cards have been energized in a Zero-Point machine to make each card an antenna for Tachyon Energy.
Each card design is based on an Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyph and/or Sacred Geometry. Colours were carefully selected, based on the frequency of Radiesthesia. In the top left hand corner of the front of the card is an Ancient Egyptian numeral: 1 ( 𓏺 ) for the Gods; 3 ( 𓏼 ) for the Divine Trinity (metal backgrounds); 4 ( 𓏽 ) for the Four Elements (elemental backgrounds); 9 ( 𓐂 ) for the Nine Bodies (cosmic backgrounds); and 100 ( 𓍢 ) for the Qualities.
NETER NETERU — GODS
God of gods — this represents all the gods (archetypal energies), masculine, feminine, child, hermaphrodite, etc. all included here.
In a balance this card can be used to bring in the void, the creative energy. This card can be used in combination with any other card to raise the frequency — stack the cards on top of each other (dowse to see in what order they should be stacked).
Personally I work with the Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses as archetypes, but if you feel more comfortable with other Archetypal energies, this cards would represent that set of archetypes.
Assertive, determined, action, goal orientate, healthy risk taking, protective, leadership, strength, logic, providing, courageous
In a balance used in combination with the Divine Feminine Card as balancing cards — The Divine Masculine being the active, giving energy. The cards can be placed on the area of focus or it may be moved in a circular / spiral fashion over the focus area.
Traditionally the right hand/side is associated with outgoing / giving energy, so logic would suggest holding the Divine Masculine card in the right hand during a balance, but experiment and explore what this would feel like in the left hand.
Intuition, creativity, good communication, empathy, compassion, acceptance, understanding, forgiveness, living from the heart, kindness, gentleness.
In a balance used in combination with the Divine Masculine Card as balancing cards — The Divine Feminine being the receptive side. The cards can be placed on the area of focus or it may be moved in a circular / spiral fashion over the focus area.
Traditionally the left hand is associated with incoming / receptive energy, so it logical to hold the Divine Feminine card in the left hand during a balance, but experiment and explore what this would feel like in the right hand.
Presence, joy, authentic, self-acceptance, spontaneity, innocence, trust.
In a balance use this cards to anchor or ground the energy or experience. Can be placed on or under the goal or intention. Energy moves from the Divine Masculine to the Divine Feminine to the Divine Child, so the trinity can be used as a way to direct the flow of energy.
Upward, outward moving energy, understanding, respect, politeness, balance: passion – anger / respect – disrespect / reputation – disrepute.
In a balance it brings in the fire quality. Flames of transmutation. Fast transmutation (as opposed to Earth’s slow transmutation) of low frequency energy to high frequency energy. It can be used to stimulate or activate energy and energy flow in an area or system.
Stable, harmonious and firm, credibility, trust, honesty, physical body, physical world, dry and cold, fertility, prosperity, physical health, wealth, healing, balance: trust – distrust / giving – receiving / me – us.
In a balance this card can be used to bring earth energy in or to ground the energy. Earth could also indicate the priority point, or you can use this with a priority item or body part.
To clear crystals, find the priority crystal, place the earth card on or under the crystal and dowse to see how long it must stay with the crystal… it will clear all the other crystals.
Space clearing — find the priority room. Place the card in the room or on the floor plan. Test how long the card must be there, or perhaps the physical card needs to be put in the room indefinitely.
Contracting, inward movement, balance justice / injustice, tact / tactlessness, precision / imprecision, righteousness, sensitivity, generosity, self-expression
In a healing session the air card can be used to clear energy. In space clearing and geopathic stress release this card can be used to neutralize electrosmog, 3G, 4G, WiFi signals, etc.
Downward moving energy, balance hope and fear, introvert / extrovert, stagnation / adaptability, intelligence, discernment, wisdom, insight.
In a balance the card may represent a clearing of energy, or a detoxification. The card can be used to energize and restructure water and other liquids. It may assist the body with water retention / absorption.
The Nine Bodies
KHAT — PHYSICAL BODY
Balance, harmonize and strengthen the physical body. Reduce pain, discomfort, inflammation.
In a balance this card represents the physical body. it may indicated that mental / emotional patterns are affecting the physical body or that the issue you are working on is on a physical level.
SEKHEM — POWER
Power, personal power, life energy, control physical surroundings, control outcomes, take action.
In a balance it relates of power and action. It can be combined with other cards to catalyze the energy or add more punch to the energy — when stacking cards, dowse to see what order they should be stacked.
KA — VITAL ESSENCE
YANG ENERGY (right/Horus)
The Ka was the vital essence of a person which distinguished between life and death.
The Ka is sustained throughout life through food and drink. The reminder here to eat healthy and nourish the body with exercise and healthy foods.
BA — PERSONALITY
YIN ENERGY (left/Isis)
The Ba is the soul. It makes up all the elements of a person that make them unique. Occasionally the Ba travels between the physical and spiritual realms to receive attunements and energetic upgrades.
During a healing session this card may indicate that the client is receiving an energetic upgrade or that time is needed for inner journeying and quiet contemplation.
IB — HEART
The Ancient Egyptians saw the heart as the home of human emotion. It was also considered the center of thought, will, and intention.
Before moving into the afterlife the heart would be weighed on a scale against a feather of truth, if the heart weighed more than the feather, a person was denied access to the afterlife and their heart was eaten by Ammit, destroying the soul.
In a balance the hearth card reminds us to be centered in the heart space. The make the journey between head and heart. To live your truth.
REN — TRUE NAME
To the Ancient Egyptians the True Name was considered an extremely important and powerful part of the soul with the ability to promise eternal life or permanent destruction of the soul. As long as the Ren still existed, a soul had the power to keep on surviving.
In a balance this card reminds us to connect with our true identity — our soul’s name. It is a reminder that your soul have been around for a long time and will continue to be around for a long time. It’s a reminder to not bottle up emotions and to express emotions in a healthy way.
AKH — IMMORTAL SELF
The Akh is a magical combination of the Ba and Ka which represented the enlightened immortal being after death. This magical unification of Ba and Ka would only be possible if the soul passed all the tests and made it through the gateways to the afterlife. While incarnated the Akh lived among the stars with the gods, though it did return to the body on occasion if necessary. It was a representation of the intellect, will, and intentions of a person.
In a balance the Akh indicates sparks of intuition and guidance we receive from our Soul. It gives us strength in difficult times. it can be used when working with goals to ensure that goals are met.
KHAIBIT / SHUYET — SHADOW
The shadow holds many lessons and gifts. By denying the shadow, we deny ourselves the opportunity to integrate and become better human beings.
In a balance the card can be used to integrate shadow aspects. It is important when doing shadow work that the client understands the gifts and limiting beliefs the shadow brings so that the aspect can be fully integrated. This card may also indicate blind spots.
SAHU — JUDGE / SPIRITUAL BODY
Sahu is another aspect of the Akh (Immortal Self) — the ghost.
In a healing session this card may indicate spirits/foreign energies causing ill fortune or benign foreign energies blessing and guiding the individual. The card can be used to remove harmful foreign energies/spirits/attachments. Another aspect may be self-judgement.
This card focuses on the head, brain, pineal, pituitary, hypothalamus, amygdala, reticular formation, pons, etc. Energetically used to open and balance the third eye and crown chakras.
In a balance bringing awareness into situations or into the focus areas. Balances the brain and nervous system.
In a balance this card is used to clear the energy or it may indicate that energy needs to be cleared. When combined with the Shen or Tyet cards it would clear and protect, and when combined with the Djed it would repair / restore and clear the energy. It may also be combined with the Water and or Air cards to enhance the clearing effects.
SHEN — ETERNITY
Eternity, protection, being able to remain calm and centered during times of chaos or upheaval. Time, eternity, infinity, long life.
In a balance this card may relate to time (check if it’s past, present or future) or it could indicate that protection is needed or that protection is granted. Shen is a clear, assertive protective field, as opposed to the more feminine protection of the Tyet.
Brilliance, bright radiant light, removing darkness, heaviness, depression and sadness, infusing with joy.
In a balance this card shines light in the area of focus. The brighter the light the more things come to the surface to deal with the issue. It can be used in combination with Shuyet to for shadow work.
Union is the balance between the Ba and the Ka. It strengthens the immune system. It works on the nervous system. Improves health. Bridging between the spiritual and physical. The physical body becomes one with nature. The journey between head and heart.
Synchronicity — coincidence of events that appear meaningfully related but do not seem to be causally connected — is a way that our Higher Self, Angels and Guides communicate with us on a daily basis. This card brings awareness to this communication.
How does the focus position relate to potential messages from your guides, angels and higher self?
ANKH — LIFE
Presence, joy, authentic, self-acceptance, spontaneity, innocence, trust. In a balance use this cards to anchor or ground the energy or experience. Can be placed on or under the goal or intention. Energy moves from the Divine Masculine to the Divine Feminine to the Divine Child, so the trinity can be used as a way to direct the flow of energy.
The Ankh is one of the most recognizable symbols from Ancient Egypt, known as “the key of life” or the “cross of life.” The ankh symbolizes both mortal existence and the afterlife — the Ancient Egyptians saw the afterlife as a reflection of life on earth, so the Ankh acted like a mirror or veil between the realities.
In a balance the Ankh could indicate that the client needs to connect more deeply with living, perhaps enjoy life more. It may indicate new beginnings, growth, or experiences.
This card is associated with the breath, breathing and truth.
In a balance it usually would indicate that the client needs to breathe deeply, or perhaps practice pranayama or similar breath-work. It may also be reminder of the cleansing and strengthening qualities of the breath. As we inhale we bring the external world into our bodies, as we exhale we share our inner world with the external world.
TYET — PROTECTION
Tyet is also known as the “Buckle of Isis”. It is a representation of the female reproductive system. The symbol has strong connotations to femininity and also with protection, nurturing and mothering.
In a balance the Text indicates a feminine type of protection, as opposed to a more masculine type of protection of Shen.
DJED — REPAIR / RESTORE / REGENERATE
Known as the Backbone of Osiris. Stability, security, safety, spinal realignment, restore, regenerate, heal the body, cells and DNA.
In a balance it may indicate that energies, structures or an organ or gland in the area need to be repaired or restored. It can be used to enhance the healing of wounds. It can be used for spinal injuries or back pain. DNA healing and activation.
Open to receive on all levels.
In a balance this card reminds us to be able to receive as much as we give. It may be a reminder that we need to offer some devotional service or do some humanitarian work. It may also indicate that we need to be open to receive, especially if we have asked for something or are busy with the manifestation process.