Helping our scholars reach enlightenment
The mission of Mystery School is to provide an environment for students to thrive in while learning more about the world around them, spirituality, ancient history, and looking within themselves. Freedom is important to us here, and we believe that every student should have equal opportunities. Our school's goal is to help our scholars achieve enlightenment and figure out their life's purpose.
The Mystery School's mascot is the ibis, which is a type of bird. I chose this mascot, because it is what Thoth (a very important figure in ancient Egypt) had as his head in hieroglyphs and other ancient writings. The ibis mascot is holding a question mark in its beak to represent the 'mysterious' aspect of the school.
The Meaning Behind Our Colors
Our school colours are indigo and white. The indigo represents a new perspective and intuition, and it is also associated with the third eye chakra, which helps humans become more spiritually aware of the world. ( A goal of the mystery school is to balance all chakras, since most people have an imbalance in these energy centers of the body ) The second colour, white, represents purity and completeness. "In color psychology white is the color of new beginnings, wiping the slate clean, so to speak. It is the blank canvas waiting to be written upon. While white isn't stimulating to the senses, it opens the way for the creation of anything the mind can conceive."
Courses We Offer!
- Ancient Egyptian Culture
- Ancient Greece
- Sacred Geometry
- Chakras, Crystals, and Healing
- Art Studio
- World Religions
- Enlightenment and How to Achieve It
- Organic Eating
- Holistic Medicine and Home Remedies
- Hieroglyphics 101
- Analyzing Ancient Scripts
- Quantum Physics
- Important People in History
- Human Geography
- Anthropology and Ancient Civilizations
- Analysis of the Sphinx and the Pyramids in Egypt
- World Architecture
- Color Psychology
- Much, much more !!!
The Flower of Life
Studied in depth in our sacred geometry course.
Main focus of our Egyptian culture course.
The inspiration for the school.