I have a sense, there is some other blue skinned deity playing some sort of a long stringed instrument, not necessarily a sitar, but stringed instrument. Some more toning for us for this opening of the ceremony.
More words from Anubis:
Allow yourself to integrate these energies.
...That segment is complete.
He shape shifts back into His falcon bird form, and we’re all going to fly back with Him, as a group, He takes us up into the sky. He flies in that spiral movement again, opening the portal from which we came with Him through. And away we go, traveling with Him, back to this space and time.
Notice what you notice, as we transition back into this room, this space, of the 3D, taking back all the knowledge that was imparted, and energetic healing energies that we received today, consciously and unconsciously. Let's reference point this work we did today, so you can have it accessible to you just by remembering the session, you don’t even have to be specific, just simply by asking the wisdom to come forth, and there it is. Bringing your awareness back into your body, wiggle your toes and fingers, noticing what you’re sitting on, the floor and whenever you’re ready you can open your eyes.
**(1) From what I could find on the internet about the chant I heard from Isis, is that it is possibly derived from sanskrit, Om Nasha; and a related form is, Om Namah Shivaya, which is a popular Hindu mantra that means, "O salutations to the auspicious one!" "Adoration to Lord Shiva," a holy salutation to, Shiva. This seems to add up to coincide with the peak of the journey session when we received a healing and message from a being that resembled Shiva but the name I heard was, Brahma, who is one in the same to Shiva, from my interpretation.
**(2) Shiva was who I first thought was the Being I was seeing, due to what looked to be a coiled snake on top of His head, however, the name that came through was, Brahma, whom I was not familiar with until this session. Research from the internet revealed this: 'Shiva is the third god in the Hindu triumvirate. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Brahma and Vishnu. Brahma is the creator of the universe while Vishnu is the preserver of it.' It makes sense to me that it most likely was Brahma, who resembles Shiva, since these three gods are one in the same, from my understanding.