"This book is a wonderful gateway to the past....The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt gives the original words and the English translation of these ceremonies, which I have not found anywhere else....I would highly recommend The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt to anyone who is interested or contemplating visiting Egypt. You will know more about why and how the temples were built and the people who built and worshipped in them." --Psychic Quarterly
"After reading Ms. Clark's work I can say without a doubt she has indeed restored the spiritual practices of Ancient Egypt. This work is a delight to read... I highly recommend this work to any student of the occult. The work is concise and thorough. It is a fitting addition to any occult library. I give it my highest rating." --Occult World Ledger
"Rosemary Clark presents carefully researched information about the esoteric legacy of Egypt, detailing occult rituals, practices, and sacred ceremonies...Readers will gain much insight into the ancient Egyptian worldview." --New Age Retailer
"The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt is theatrical, ceremonial, evocative, and aesthetically pleasing, and will appeal to anyone with an interest in Egyptian spirituality and magic...Suitable for both the solitary practitioner as well as groups, this system of magic is impressive, powerful and compelling. Recommended." --WitchCraft Magazine
"Authentic and richly detailed... serves as an excellent reference on many aspects of the Egyptian mysteries that have not been accessible elsewhere." --The Watkins Review
"The...[illustrations], the translated invocations, and, above all, the how-to approach to making connections with transcended beings make this book a metaphysical marvel." --Dell Horoscope
As above, so below.
As within, so without.
These Hermetic truisms have been embraced by Pagans from many different paths. Most of us accept that all things are connected: microcosm and macrocosm, inner and outer. We understand that the physical world is a reflection of the spiritual world, and vice versa. And yet, after the ritual is over and... read this article