The Modern Mystery School

The Modern Mystery School is a global spiritual training organization dedicated to the mission of World Peace and developing a critical mass of conscious leaders who have the experience and tools to bring the mission into reality. It administers the Lineage of King Salomon, a 3000-year old path of transformation through Healing, Activation, Initiation, and Universal Kabbalah. The school has primary training centers in Brazil, Canada, Japan, South Africa, and the United Kingdom and professionally certified practitioners, healers, and guides all over the world.

Training with the Modern Mystery School is a unique opportunity to learn and study beyond the typical limitations of traditional school and academics. Instead of teaching about a subject, it gives the student the energetic “keys” to experience the subject itself and to begin break out of old patterns, find truth for themselves, and embark on a life-long journey of growth and discovery.

Historically, similar to many other spiritual and metaphysical traditions, these teachings have only been available in secret to a limited few and many who did hold this knowledge were persecuted. As the world evolved and became ready, the Lineage of King Salomon was able to open its doors to the public as the Modern Mystery School in 1997. It is currently the only one of the seven ancient mystery school lineages with a public presence.

Modern Mystery School Leadership

The school is led by the Third Order and the Council of Twelve women who together weave the balance of masculine and feminine energies that is essential to creating World Peace. The Third Order anchors the energy of the lineage and maintain its integrity. These positions are held by the Modern Mystery School Founder Gudni Gudnason, Ipsissimus Dave Lanyon, and Ipsissimus Hideto Nakagome (Ipsissimus is an esoteric title meaning “one who knows him or her self the most”). The Council of Twelve grounds the feminine energies of structure and creation and membership shifts on a rotating basis.