Thanks for that. The first one was helpful, it looks like I'll have to hunt down "The Himanist" article by Lees (was it :ees?) anyway, that's mentione din "Women of the Golden Dawn" Gee, I'd like to hear Crowley's "source" for this one (below). I'm sure Egyptologists would be very interested.
Crowley mentions a rite of Isis in Magick without tears....
"even as at the initiatory rite of Isis in the ancient days of Kehm. There,
Neophyte presenting his mouth, under compulsion, to the pouting buttocks
of the Goat of Mendez, found himself caressed by the chaste lips of a
virginal priestess of that Goddess at the base of whose shrine is written
that No man has lifted her veil."