7 Most Important Egypt Temples You Need to Visit

Updated: Mar 19

The Importance of the Temples of Egypt is because they are the Divine Sacred Site Pillars of this Planet. If you are on the Spiritual Path, Divine Feminine Path or Conscious Path you will want to Pilgrimage and Journey to these Incredible Temples in Egypt. They Hold the New and Ancient Transcendant Energies, Sacred Hieroglyphs, Star Connections with the Galaxy, Amazing Beauty and Ancient Codes within the Sacred Temples.

7  Most Important Egypt Temples You Need to Visit

We just journeyed to Egypt earlier this year to Open the New Codes held within the Temples and within each of Us. Each Soul on our Priestess Pilgrimage Activated and Awakened Remembrances and the New Light for Humanity.

Each Ancient Egyptian Temple had its own initiates, priests and priestesses. Their own ceremonies and specific teachings to carry the sacred wisdoms from one age into the next. The Temples are the Holders of the Codes throughout time. With their Priests and Priestesses carriers and keepers of the ancient wisdoms.

As you enter each Temple you remember again . You can feel the powerful energies in these 7 Egyptian Temples. Enjoy This Sacred Journey - The 7 Most Imporrtant Temples in Egypt You Absolutely Need to Visit.

With First - the Honorable Mention. Sekhmet Temple in Memphis, Egypt . This doesn't have the grand Architecture of the 7 listed here. But her House of Life Mystery School and Temple were a powerful School of Healing and Medicine. This Temple was a Divine force of ascending up to level of Neter- which means God in Ancient Egypt. Here I list my Favorite 7 - Starting with Number 7.

The Most important Temples in Egypt you need to Visit

Light Priestess Temple presents the 7 most important temples in Egypt you need to visit.

  1. Saqqara Temple Complex

  2. Hatshepsut Temple

  3. Horus Temple in EDFU

  4. Sekhmet's Secret Chapel İn Karnak

  5. Karnak Temple Complex

  6. Hathors Temple in Dendera

  7. Temple of Isis


The temple is located south of Cairo near Giza and contains coffins that date back some 3,000 years... The mission also unearthed 52 burial shafts with more than 50 wooden coffins found inside. They date back 3,000 years, the oldest sarcophagi found in Saqqara.

When I walked into Saqqarae years ago along a narrow open corridor of pillars. I could feel the ceremonies in this sacred site . I could feel the Temple Ceremony of walking single file into the Temple Grounds. It is an amazing site with large open space to hold circles and prayer gatherings in the Open Air of Majestic Saqqara. Just nearby we went to a gather Temple that was under sand . You only see the tops of the columns with beautiful Goddess Hathor Bovine carved into the sandstone.


Located in the Valley of the Queens across the Nile River in Luxor. Hatshepsut was a Female Pharaoh and Ruled with the power of the Divine Feminine. There is mystery around her reign and her death. When we visited her Temple. We tuned in and could feel her death was not her choice.

We gathered together in the sacred spaces and sent healing energy within all that happened here. While at Hatshepsut - many in our group could feel the shackles dissolve that held her here even now. There were only a very few Female Pharaohs. It is an important Temple to visit to experience this and to deeply honor her and what she represents within us.

She was a devotee of Goddess Hathor . This Temple has a beautiful Temple of Hathor within her walls. Many ceremonies took place.within her lower courtyard and upper sacred terraces and chambers. The more sacred as you move in to the innermost sanctums. Just As like every Temple in Egypt. Travel here and experience this Divine Architectural Temple. Not to be missed!

The Temple of Hatshepsut is a mortuary temple built during her reign in the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt.

Jennifer Ashira Ra is healing and clearing in the Hathor Temple within Hatshepsut Complex
Photo of us healing and clearing in the Hathor Temple within Hatshepsut Complex


Sun God Horus the son of isis and Osiris . Partner to Hathor. Horus Temple is one of the best preserved shrines in Egypt. The temple was built in the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 237 and 57 BC. The inscriptions on its walls provide important information on language, myth and religion during the Hellenistic period in Egypt. You can feel the Divine Masculine Energies within this sacred Temple.


Now we begin to list the Powerhouses- the Most Imbued Temples of Divine Energy that I have experienced.

Sekhmets Secret Chapel Temple within the Large Karnak Complex in Luxor is absolutely important! If you are on the Goddess and Divine Feminine Path -this small , yet Incredible Chapel Temple is a must. I have visited her many times here. This chapel you will need to have your Egyptian tour guide pre-reserve private time. This Chapel is not open to the Public Visitors. It is a secret--shhh! This is the only Statue of Sekhmet still in its original location in Egypt. It is 6 feet tall in Black basalt stone. This Chapel consists of 3 small rooms. One with her beloved Ptah and the other with a statue of their son Nefertem. The magical divine portal of Sekhmets statue is her sun disc above her head.

When in quiet mediation begin to focus at the sun disc above her carved lionhead. Stand in front of Goddess Sekhmet and gaze at the sun disc. This is her divine active portal of connection on Earth. You will feel her and know why you were called to journey to this important chapel of Egypt. Make Your way to Sekhmet and receive your gifts!

Goddess Sekhmet and the sun disc

The Ancient story goes ....When. you stand in front of Sekhmet and ask for anything - you must give her something as well.


The Karnak Temple dates back from around 2055 BC to around 100 AD. It was built as a cult temple and was dedicated to the gods Ra, Mut, and khonsu. Being the largest building for religious purposes ever to be constructed, The Karnak Temple was known as “most select of places” by ancient Egyptians. Pharaohs all wanted their Personal Temples to be represented within the Powerful Karnak Complex. So it kept expanding and growing.

Walk through the Grand Hippostyle Hall with the Majestic columns.

Highlights at Karnak Complex:

  • The Grand Hypostyle Hall

  • Sekhmet Chapel in #4,

  • The 7 Gates at the Osiris Shrine

  • The large reflection purification Pool