- Hieroglyphs on the walls of the Egyptian
temples depict the blending of oils and describe hundreds of oil recipes.
- Ancient Egyptian papyrus found in the temple of Edfu, contained formulations to make medicines
and perfumes used by the alchemists and high priests.
- They were also known to design personal perfumes to elicit various emotions and inspire
In 1922, when King Tut's tomb was opened, 350 liters of oils were discovered in alabaster jars. Plant waxes
had solidified into a thickened residue around the inside of the container openings, leaving the liquefied oil in excellent
According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, priests
and alchemists were using essential oils thousands of years ago to heal the sick and used for many spiritual rituals.
The Egyptians believed that the sense of smell and the ability to detect odors was the most important of the sensory abilities.
Why? because they knew that the inhalation of essential oils can increase one's frequency, affect the Pineal gland- the Divine
connector to enlightenment - thereby leading to transformation of negative energy as well as transmitting higher powers.
Cleansing of the Negative Deities
The emotions are the most challenging as well as the most elusive part of the human body. Research has been
showing how toxic emotions stored in the subconscious mind affect every aspect of our lives. Many people find
that they are unable to progress in life and achieve sought-after goals and dreams due to the trauma of past emotional and
physical abuse. These deep-seated emotional issues can undermine a person's success, daily life and future, which is why new
avenues for clearing negative emotions are available.
The Egyptians beleived that these negative deities
(actually negative emotions) would hold them back from progressing into the netherworlds. As part of their sacred rituals-
they would perform a cleansing ritual to release these negative emotions.
"While visiting the
Temple of Isis on the Isle of Philae, I found on the walls the hieroglyphics of the three-day ritual they called 'the cleansing
of the flesh and the blood.' This ritual depicted the use of essential oils for the release of emotional trauma. With the
help of the Egyptologists at Cairo University, we worked to translate and learn about the oils. I have done much research
to determine how these oils were used and have created an application for home use." - D. Gary Young, N.D.
As stated by Plato: “The cure of the part should not be attempted without treatment of the whole”
And that: “…no attempt should be made to cure the body without the soul”. He also points out that for the body and mind to be well one must begin “by
curing the mind.”
Modern Research proves Ancient Knowledge
A study conducted by researchers at the University
of Miami Medical School in Florida subjected 40 adults to 3 minutes of exposure from aromas derived from lavender and rosemary
(chemo type not specified). They measured brain wave activity using electroencephalograms (EEGs). In addition, they monitored
the alertness and mood of the test subjects. The results showed that both aromas significantly reduced anxiety, increased
mental accuracy, and improved mental performance (as determined by computational tests). Lavender resulted in a marked
improvement in depressed mood, even while it exerted relaxing affects (indicated by increased frontal lobe alpha waves).
Special Techniques are taught by Dr. DeVita that incorporate
these Ancient Egyptian cleansing techniques combined with modern science and Energy Psychology.