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History of the Mystery School

The term “mystery school” refers to ancient educational institutions that were shrouded in secrecy and focused on spiritual and philosophical teachings. These schools originated in various ancient civilizations, including Egypt, Greece, Persia, and India, among others. The teachings of mystery schools were often passed down orally and were accessible only to a select few initiates who underwent rigorous training and initiation rites. Only the elite or chosen were approached to join the program. 

The term “mystery” in this context does not necessarily imply something hidden or obscure, but rather refers to the sacred and esoteric nature of the teachings imparted within these schools. The knowledge imparted in mystery schools typically encompassed a wide range of subjects, including metaphysics, cosmology, astrology, alchemy, sacred geometry, and spiritual practices.

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Some well-known examples of mystery schools include:

  • The Eleusinian MysteriesThese were ancient Greek religious rites held annually in honor of the goddesses Demeter and Persephone at the sanctuary of Eleusis. The exact nature of the teachings and rituals performed during these programs remains a mystery, as initiates were bound by oath not to reveal the secrets they learned.
  • The Mystery Schools of Ancient Egypt: Ancient Egypt was home to various mystery schools, including those associated with the temples of Isis, Osiris, and Thoth. These schools imparted knowledge of sacred rituals, cosmology, magic, and the afterlife.
  • The Pythagorean School: Founded by the Greek philosopher Pythagoras, this school focused on mathematics, music theory, ethics, and spirituality. It emphasized the pursuit of spiritual purification and enlightenment through intellectual and moral discipline.
  • The Orphic Mysteries: Originating in ancient Greece, the Orphic Mysteries were associated with the legendary poet Orpheus and focused on the themes of death, rebirth, and the salvation of the soul. Initiates underwent purification rituals and were taught esoteric doctrines concerning the nature of the universe and the divine.
  • The Druidic Tradition: The Druids were the priestly class of the ancient Celtic peoples, and their teachings and rituals were passed down orally within their communities. The Druidic tradition encompassed knowledge of nature, astronomy, herbalism, and spirituality.

The practices and teachings of mystery schools varied widely across different cultures and time periods, but they all shared a common emphasis on spiritual enlightenment, personal transformation, and the attainment of esoteric knowledge. Many of the teachings and practices associated with these ancient mystery schools continue to influence spiritual and philosophical traditions to this day.


The Sacred Temple Mystery School was founded by Vialet B Rayne. It is a collection of the teachings and research that she has experienced along her spiritual journey. It includes Golden Dawn, Hermetic, and Esoteric Rituals & Teachings. Vialet has been guided by Lord Melchizedek and Archangel Metatron. They are the master teachers of this program. This is a transformational program for anyone that wants to bring major changes to their lives. The journey takes work, but it provides a new perspective of the world. 

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Vialet has been on a healing path her whole life. She has been called a spiritual guardian that is strongly connected and highly intuitive. A teacher, coach, healer, and spiritual leader that dreams of a peaceful and harmonious world.

Her mission is to provide individuals with the tools and resources to discover their own healing powers within themselves so they may empower their own lives. Vialet’s spiritual journey has provided her with everyday life rituals, experiences, and spiritual wisdom that allow her to overcome difficult situations and to create a life that she has always dreamed of.