The sun and moon have been entwined in the understanding, realisation and characteristics of the Divine Feminine (moon) and the Divine Masculine (sun) long before what we understand today as history was written. The nature of the sun had been anthropomorphised and assigned to the male gender. A crude translation owing to the obvious effect that the sun has on all things earthly. From the plants, to the animals…the sun’s prominent and conspicuous impact on the environment was likened to the phallus (erect male genitalia) by the ancient Egyptians the protruding aesthetics of the phallus is often still seen today in many of the major cities in the west in the form of the obelisk (teken or tekenu) . The colour assigned to the sun by the Egyptians was often a deep red, kings of the ancient dynastic period of Egypt were often depicted as a reddish/brown in hieroglyphs to symbolise and perhaps enhance the kings divine masculine energy. When manifesting and creating the feminine and masculine principles of energy (gender), one of the 7 universal principles are always in play. Manifestation can be summarised as the practice of harnessing the sun and moon energy and using it with intention. .