For hundreds of years, people have been amazed at the mysterious buildings and symbols that came out of ancient Egypt. The Romany people, who came from India, were called "Gypsies" because they were thought to come from Egypt.
But where can you find accurate information that fully presents the mystical tradition of ancient Egypt? You'll not only discover all of the traditional wisdom, but also how you can apply it to your life today in The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt by Egyptologist Rosemary Clark.
This is a massive book of over 475 information-filled pages. You'll discover the histories and mysteries presented in a different way. To the ancient Egyptians, spirituality was a part of life. Their temples were not just buildings, they were representations of the cosmos and of spiritual development.
You can study massage all you want, but until you actually get a massage you won't really know how wonderful it is. Similarly, you can study ancient Egypt, but you won't really understand it until you find ways to use its wisdom today. And that's where The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt really shines!
You will learn how to apply the ancient myths and astrology secrets to your life today. You will discover the meanings of the famous hieroglyphic texts written in coffins and pyramids. In short, you'll find out how the wisdom from thousands of years ago can make your life better today.
Other applicable secrets revealed here include methods of clairvoyance, prophecy, healing, reincarnation, Hermetic philosophy, and communication with your ancestors.
The author has been a well-known Egyptologist for years. She has appeared on television as the founder of Temple Harakhte, a group of men and women devoted to the experiential religious practices of Egypt's Old Kingdom. Now she shares this wisdom with you. All you have to do is take it.
ADDITIONAL TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
... He is Horus who arose as king of Upper and Lower Egypt,
who united the Two Lands in the Nome of the Wall,
the place in which the Two Lands were united.
From the Shabaka Stone, British MuseumThis most ancient of deities is most definitely not to be confused
with Horus (Hor-sa-Isis or Haroeris), child of Isis and Osiris. In
his earliest incarnation, Horus was a sky god whose name...
The Magic of Tutankhamun The tomb of Tutankhamun lay undisturbed in Upper Egypt’s Valley of the Kings through many centuries, from the end of the 18th Dynasty (BCE 1572-1315) to the twentieth century, when it was uncovered by ...
“To speak the name of the dead is to make them live again.” —Ancient Egyptian inscription Many of us keenly feel the absence of ritual in modern life and recognize the emptiness that results from daily routines lacking in color or meaning. It ...