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An Online University directed by Moustafa Gadalla

The University (EMU) and Tehuti Research Foundation (TRF)

– TRF is recognized by the U.S. Government as 501 (c) (3) religious organization with all rights and privileges.

– TRF mandates are: research, education, and fellowship.

– TRF is registered in NC as non-profit see pertaining documents at:

Tehuti Research Foundation Incorporation

EMU is a branch and is administered by TRF.

The administration of EMU is guided and managed by Moustafa Gadalla as the Servant.

The Universality of Egyptian Mysticism

The natural principles and practices of the Egyptian model are as common in the West as in the East. A mystical seeker is anyone who believes that it is possible to have direct experience of God. The Egyptian model of mysticism is a natural expression of personal religion. The seeker has the right to pursue a life of contemplation, seeking contact with the source of being and reality. The mystical seekers pursue knowledge of the Reality/Truth of God that cannot be gained through dogmatic religions.

The Egyptian model of mysticism is not about the outer world, or a community of believers, or dogma, scriptures, rules, or rituals. The Egyptian model of mysticism consists of ideas and practices that provide the tools for any spiritual seeker to progress along each alchemical Path towards “union with the Divine”.

This spiritual Path towards union requires one to engage in the difficult, and sometimes painful (but joyful), commitment to inner and outer purification. The spiritual seeker must gain knowledge of reality/truth, do well in everything, and apply what he/she has learned in the world. It is a philosophy of life, a way of individual behavior in order to achieve the highest morality and internal happiness and peace.

The Goals of the EMU Program

The goals of the Egyptian Mystical University Program are to provide their aspirants with the needed tools to achieve: self-development, character (virtue) building, companionship, good counseling, mystical training (spiritual alchemy), and inner experience informed by revelation.

The aspirant, in the Egyptian model, learns to purify his inner self by taming vices and practicing the opposites of such vices in society. Knowledge is gained by both the mind and experience. The inner purification must be completed by practicing good social behavior in the ordinary daily life.

The Egyptian model of mysticism emphasizes that the adherents must be active participants in the society. Members must be involved in society by practicing what they learn. Serving others constitutes an integral aspect of self-development. The individual performance in the society is the true test of his/her success.