Kamitic spirituality is aimed at the cultivation of Man's Divine Self (Theology of Ausar) and Man's Divine Spirit (Theology of Ra).
The Theology of Ausar is the basis of the Five "High" Holy Ceremonies of the year, and aimed at the realization of man's oneness with God (Neter). It encompasses all faculties of the Spirit and spans the entire cycle of a year.
The Theology of Ra is the basis of the 12 lunar ceremonies of the year and is concerned with the development of man's spiritual faculties. The Spirit exhibits four modalities of energy that are explained through the metaphors of “Air”, “Water”, “Fire” and “Earth” and are encoded in the signs of the zodiac. Each modality manifests alternatively for a period of a lunar cycle (month).
Both “theological” systems are interdependent with each other. The Divine Self (Ausar) controls and directs the powers of the Holy Spirit (Ra), without which it cannot accomplish anything in the world.