Hatshepsut ruled as pharaoh of Egypt, despite the tradition that only men were kings. Mistress of the Two Lands describes her beautiful temple, Djeser-djeseru, construction of pyramids, Sphinx, a trip to the fabled land of Punt, her two golden obelisks, a royal funeral, marriage, coronation, forbidden love affair with a commoner, Senenmut, relationship with a gifted prophet, Initiation, murders, rape, mummification, hypnosis, healings, past lives, astral travel. Princess Hatshepsut became Pharaoh of Egypt, despite thousands of years of tradition that only males were kings. The story describes her life-long love affair with a commoner, an assassination attempt, a trip to the pyramids, learning about mummification and building the most beautiful temple in the world. Murder, rape, hypnosis and Hatshepsut's relationship with a remarkably gifted seer, Nefer, add to the excitement, mystery and intrigue.