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EGYPTIAN RELIGION AND
ANCIENT EGYPT BOOKS


Pathworking with the Egyptian Gods
By Judith Page


Let your imagination unfold, glimpse a land shrouded in mystery, and answer the call of the Egyptian gods. This powerful book enables you to make contact with the Egyptian gods and goddesses—and become enlightened through the profound spiritual truths of an ancient land. Combining astral travel techniques with a sensuously reconstructed diorama of ancient Egypt, this book invites you to begin a soul-level initiation and explore the consciousness-awakening tool of inner pathworkings to connect with each deity. Celebrate your nurturing, feminine aspect with Isis; tap into the deep wisdom and strength of Horus; and exult in life's joys with Hathor, patroness of music and dance.
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The Inner Guide to Egypt:
A Mystical Journey Through Time & Consciousness
By Alan Richardson


Step into the mystical Henu Boat of exploration and begin a spiritual journey into Inner Egypt through astral travel techniques. This unique book guides you on a powerful self-initiation into the Egyptian Mysteries. As you travel along a river of inner consciousness symbolized by the Nile, you will visit sacred sites and see how each is linked to psychological and physiological aspects within. Bring Ancient Egyptian traditions to life and infuse your soul with the potent energies of the gods through guided meditation, creative visualization, and other spiritually enriching techniques. Discover the dreamlike beauty and ageless wisdom of this magical land-and discover the divinity in yourself-as you learn about: The Great Pyramids * Hieroglyphs * Burial rites * Ka and Ba, the Egyptian concept of soul * Isis, Thoth, Osiris, and other deities. Your journey is about to begin. The heart of Ancient Egypt, and your higher self, await you...
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The Temples of Light:
An Initiatory Journey into the Heart Teachings of the Egyptian Mystery Schools
(Book & CD)
By Danielle Rama Hoffman


The Temples of Light guides the reader, as the initiate, on a spiritual journey through thirteen of Egypt's sacred temples--a journey into the sanctuary of the open heart. Each sacred site is a portal to ancient wisdom that can assist the modern-day pilgrim with everyday life issues and struggles--love, purpose, money, and health--and the deeper questions of enlightenment and our divine origin. Danielle Rama Hoffman opens up sacred rites of passage that historically have been kept secret to forge a relationship with the temples of Egypt as allies and spirit guides. For example, the temple of Sakkara is associated with abundance; the temple of Abydos with remembering. The initiations in this book awaken intuition and the Sahu--the fully realized self--allowing connections to the power, magic, and wisdom of such sacred symbols as the Flower of Life, the Djed Pillar (the backbone of Osiris), the Ka, and the energy body. Hoffman's guided meditations, rituals, and exercises also raise the reader's vibration level, as we move from the Piscean to the Aquarian age. Embodying the wisdom of the open heart of these temples imparts a shift in consciousness from fear to bliss, from powerlessness to empowerment, opening the body, mind, and spirit to the infinite possibilities within. The book also includes a 50-minute CD of a guided journey of the Sphinx.
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Supernatural Assault in Ancient Egypt
Seth, Renpet & Moon Magick
By Mogg Morgan


You're in your bed. It's dark, you hear footsteps coming up the stairs and into your room. There's someone there - a presence. They lie on you or beside you, perhaps even gripping you tightly, crushing you into the bed. You can't move. There may be a sound, a grunt or a strange smell. Time passes, you are paralysed with fear. Eventually the entity changes, perhaps expanding or contracting, moving away from you, sinking to the floor. With a great effort of will you manage to move the tip of your finger, then the hand until movement returns to your whole body and the experience ends. You have been visited by the old 'hag'. Dreams, the real theatre or perhaps battlefield of magick, influenced by cosmic tides that ebb and flow through us as they did the ancient Egyptians. Over the millennia we have lost contact with these tides, and stand alienated from Nature. To restore that first 'Eden' we must undertake an exercise in the archaeology of knowledge. We must reconstruct the ancient Egyptian Wheel of the Year, revealing archaic, predynastic Mysteries, the Lunar Mysteries of Horus & Seth.
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Sekhem Heka
By Storm Constantine


Sekhem is an Ancient Egyptian term that literally means power or might. It is the Egyptian equivalent of the Indian concept of prana, and also of chi and ki, terms used in the Orient to denote the all-encompassing essential force that binds the universe together. Sekhem is both all around us and within us. Sekhem, Seichim and Reiki work very well together as a unified trinity of sacred healing energies to completely harmonize your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies, bringing balance to your life. They help you expand your capacity to carry more light and love, which anchors and grounds the essential life force within your energy system. Many people all over the world feel a calling to Egypt and Egyptian energies. Learning to work with these energies can transform your life. Sekhem Heka introduces the searcher to this practice through seven degrees of spiritual and personal self-exploration and self-development. Drawing upon her experiences in Egyptian Magic and the energy healing systems of Reiki and Seichim, Storm Constantine has developed this new system to appeal to practitioners of both magic and energy healing alike. Incorporating ritual and visualisation into a progressive journey through the seven energy centres of the body, Sekhem Heka can be practiced by those who are already attuned to an energy healing modality, as well as those who are simply interested in the magical aspects of the system. Sekhem Heka is designed to help the practitioner work upon self-evolution and self-knowledge. Each of the seven tiers focuses upon a particular energy centre and an Ancient Egyptian god or goddess, with practical exercises and rites. The author has devised a new terminology for the system, drawn from the Ancient Egyptian language, including powerful mantras to help manifest positive changes in your life.
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Heka - The Practices of Ancient Egyptian Ritual and Magic
By David Rankine


The religious and magical practices of the ancient Egyptians have had a profound and lasting effect on the world. Egypt has been described as the "mother of magicians". To appreciate the Egyptian view of magic, we need to accept that to the Egyptians magic was not considered strange or eccentric, but was a part of daily life, to which everyone resorted. Magic blended seamlessly with religion and medicine, being seen as part of a holistic worldview. In this volume these magical and religious practices are explored, from both a historical and practical perspective. The practices are explored from an ancient Egyptian worldview, taking into consideration that the Egyptian culture spread over a period of more than 3000 years. The Egyptians saw the universe as being made of four worlds - the everyday world we live in, the underworld, the sky and the heavens. Subject covered in this book include: What is Heka? -Ancient Egyptian Worldviews -The Gods and Goddesses of Magic -Symbolism - Colours & Sacred Numbers -The Tools Used -Sacred Words & Gestures -Statues & Masks -Crystals & Other Materials used in Heka -Incenses &Perfumes -Food &Wine used in Offerings &at Feasts -The Ancient Egyptian Magical Calendar -Purification, Sacred Space &Rituals.
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Graeco-Egyptian Magick
By Tony Mierzwicki, Donald Michael Kraig


This is the recreation of a planetary system of self-initiation using authentic Graeco-Egyptian Magick, as practiced in Egypt during the first five centuries CE. The source documents are allowed to speak for themselves yielding magickal techniques and correspondences very different to that of modern systems of magick. Included are summaries of the results of six years of workshops in the USA and Australia, giving readers a good idea of what they can expect by working with the system. This is a practical intermediate level text aimed at those who are serious about their spiritual development and already have grounding in basic spirituality, but beginners who carefully follow the instructions sequentially should not be deterred.
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Twelve Gates: A Spiritual Passage Through the Egyptian Books of the Dead
By John Rush


In The Twelve Gates, clinical anthropologist John Rush embarks on a spellbinding journey through death rituals in various cultures, centering on the ancient Egyptian philosophy of death and resurrection. The first part of the book provides an overview of different rituals, encouraging readers to confront their feelings about death and to reevaluate their lives. The author details his own experiences preparing for death, including a painful tattooing process inspired by the ancient Egyptian Books of the Netherworld. He then guides readers through the Twelve Gates of the Underworld, symbolic ritual stages during which they can figuratively experience death and rebirth. A set of full-color tarot cards, designed by the author, is included as an aid in passing through each of the Gates. These ancient rituals, performed by pharaohs and priests for thousands of years, help ease the way toward a peaceful, conscious death.
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The Bull of Ombos:
Egyptian Magick of Seth the Ombite
By Mogg Morgan


Naqada is a sleepy little town in Upper Egypt, that gives its name to a crucial period in the prehistory of Egypt. In 1895, William Matthew Flinders Petrie, the 'father' of Egyptian archaeology, stumbled upon a necropolis, belonging to a very ancient city of several thousand inhabitants. With Petrie's usual luck, he'd made yet another archaeological find of seismic proportions - not just an ancient city a quarter the size of Ur in Mesopotamia, a rare enough find, but the capital of the earliest state established in Egypt! Petrie's fateful walk through the desert led him to a lost city, known to the Greeks as Ombos, the Citadel of Seth. Seth, the Hidden God, once ruled in this ancient place before it was abandoned to the sands of the desert. All this forbidden knowledge was quickly reburied in academic libraries, where its stunning magical secrets had lain, largely unrevealed, for more than a century - until now.
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Egyptian Love Spells And Rituals
By Claudia Dillaire


Egyptian Love Spells and Rituals is a reflection of the Ancient Egyptian culture and in many ways brings it to life. Love magick has attracted many authors, but they have focused on Celtic, Norse and Dianic magick. None has presented the compelling religion of the Ancient Egyptians or their passion and love of life. This is a ground-breaking title that opens up Egyptian magick for the first time.
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Osiris:
Death And Afterlife Of A God
By Bojana Mojsov


Osiris, ruler of the netherworld, played a central part in the religious life of the ancient Egyptians, and his cult grew in popularity down the ages, resonating in all the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean. This is the first book to tell the story of the cult of Osiris from beginning to end. Drawing together the numerous records about Osiris from the third millennium bc to the Roman conquest of Egypt, Bojana Mojsov sketches the development of the cult throughout 3,000 years of Egyptian history. The author proves that the cult of Osiris was the most popular and enduring in any ancient religion. She shows how it provided direct antecedents for many ideas, traits, and customs in Christianity, including the resurrection after three days, the concept of god as trinity, baptism in the sacred river, and the sacrament of the Eucharist. She also reveals the cult's influence on other Western mystical traditions and groups, such as the Alchemists, Rosicrucians, and Freemasons.
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Shamanic Wisdom In The Pyramid Texts:
The Mystical Tradition Of Ancient Egypt
By Jeremy Naydler


A radical reinterpretation of the Pyramid Texts as shamanic mystical wisdom rather than funerary rituals. Until now, the Pyramid Texts have been viewed primarily as royal funerary texts that were used in the liturgy of the dead pharaoh or to aid him in his afterlife journey. This emphasis on funerary interpretation has served only to externalize what were actually experiences of the living, not the dead, king. In order to understand the character and significance of the extreme psychological states the pharaoh experienced--states often involving perilous encounters with alternate realities--we need to approach them as spiritual and religious phenomena that reveal the extraordinary possibilities of human consciousness. It is the shamanic spiritual tradition, argues Naydler, that is the undercurrent of the Pyramid Texts and that holds the key to understanding both the true nature of these experiences and the basis of ancient Egyptian mysticism.
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Tankhem: Seth and Egyptian Magick
By Mogg Morgan


(U.K. Import, 2nd revised edition) The Typhonian deity Seth was once worshipped in Ancient Egypt. Followers of later schools obliterated Seth's monuments, demonised and neglected his cult. A possible starting point in the quest for the 'hidden god' is an examination of the life of Egyptian King Seti I ('He of Seth') also known as Sethos. When looking for an astral temple that included all of the ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses, the temple of Seti I proved itself worthy of examination. Many secrets began to reveal themselves. The essence of the real philosophy of the Sethian and indeed what Satanism is, stems from the author's astral wanderings in this temple. The temple is a real place, and like any temple no part of its design is accidental. It is a record in stone and paint of the Egyptian wisdom. It also fits quite well with the Thelemic mythos and tells lots of interesting things about the ancient Seth cult - if you have the eye to see it. Contents: Prolegomena to Egyptian magick; Setanism; Tankhem; Egyptian Magick and Tantra; Sexual Magick; Twenty Eight; North; The Crooked Wand.
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The Canopus Revelation:
Stargate of the Gods and the Ark of Osiris
By Philip Coppens


A radical reinterpretation of the myth of Osiris and Isis. Humankind has misidentified the constellation Orion with the Egyptian god Osiris in Egyptian mythology. Rather, it is the star Canopus that is linked with Osiris, as identified by both ancient writers and early 20th century scholars. Canopus, for Egypt the South polar star, is the second-brightest star and interplays with Sirius in such a way that ancient accounts surmised that the two stars controlled time. It was the navigators star, allowing access to the afterlife û the domain of Osiris. Canopus was specifically identified with Osirus' Ark, where he was transformed from mere mortal to resurrected supergod. Canopus was therefore literally a stargate, where men could communicate with and aspire to become gods - and enter into other dimensions. This book will reveal what the Egyptians actually believed about * what happened to the soul after death * how they coded this knowledge into their mythology * how ancient accounts and modern physics use the same symbolism to describe the structure of the universe, the playground of the Egyptian gods and the souls of the deceased * ...and how the Canopus myth is linked to the Grail legend and to alchemy, revealed here for the first time.
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The Seventy Great Mysteries of Ancient Egypt
By Bill Manley


Ancient Egypt—so familiar and yet so distant. In this new compendium in the popular Seventy series, an international team of Egyptologists and archaeologists probes the most compelling mysteries in the light of recent research and discoveries. First, there are the puzzles that set the ancient Egyptians apart from other cultures. Where did these people come from originally, and why did they believe their king was a god? Why did they mummify their loved ones in death—and then write letters to them? Some mysteries revolve around Egypt's relations with other peoples such as the lost African kingdoms of Yam and Punt, the Israelites and their exodus to the Promised Land, or the Sea People warriors of the ancient Mediterranean. Even today, Egyptologists continue to unearth new mysteries: evidence that Tutankhamun was murdered, unexplained shafts inside the Great Pyramid that seem to align with the stars, and a massive mausoleum built for the sons of Rameses II. All the famous people and places of ancient Egypt are discussed—Rameses the Great, Cleopatra, Akhenaten, the Great Pyramid, the Valley of the Kings—as well as fascinating but shadowy figures such as Senenmut, Smendes, and Khababash. Hundreds of evocative photographs and specially commissioned diagrams, maps, plans, and reconstructions complement the intriguing texts. 420 illustrations, 354 in color.
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Egyptian Power Stamps:
Ancient Gods and Goddesses to Empower Your Life
By Ronald L. Bonewitz


The perfect gift for anyone interested in the deep meaning of ancient Egyptian belief--beginners and initiates alike--and for anyone who wants to make their mark on the world! Drawn from the wisdom of the ancient Egyptians and their lore, the 12 power stamps represent influential gods and goddesses whose characteristics remain relevant to our world today. The 12 striking stamps can be used in a number of ways. Choose them according to the theme they represent--for example, the god Horus is associated with commerce and could be used to mark an important financial endeavor. Or choose your own signature stamp to personalize your letters and such. These beautiful stamps can also be used to decorate stationery or anything else you may want to add color to and enhance.
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Behind Closed Eyes:
Dreams and Nightmares in Ancient Egypt
By Kasia Szpakowska


This new book is the first to present a comprehensive study of dreams as they were perceived and interpreted by the Egyptians in the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC - from Old Kingdom to New Kingdom. The author examines the various roles dreams could play in ancient Egyptian society, whether political, religious, magical, or literary. Also considered is the value of dream-interpretation for the happiness of private individuals. The work is accessibly written, and should inform the wider study of psychology and comparative religion. Its arguments are based on an intimate study of the original Egyptian texts; the texts themselves are here set out in translation.
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Religion and Magic in Ancient Egypt
By Rosalie David


Every aspect of ancient Egyptian society-from education and law to medicine, birth, and death-was permeated by religion and magic, and dominated by divine life forces of the sun and the Nile. In this fascinating work, Rosalie David reveals the complex and intriguing world of gods and goddesses, tracing the history of Egyptian faith practices from the civilization's beginning through its growth into an empire and its later years as a Roman province. Concluding with a glossary and including new translations of Egyptian spells, this is an essential work for students, scholars, or anyone fascinated by the ancient world.
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The Egyptian Tarot
By Silvana Alasia


This kit combines Alasia's incredible deck with the in-depth studies. The authors guide us through the magic of the cards. Explore the mysteries of ancient Egyptian knowledge as they are revealed through the descriptions of an exchanting initiatory rite. Boxed kit includes: 78 full color cards and 160 page booklet.
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The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt:
The Spiritual Practice Restored
By Rosemary Clark


Rosemary Clark is a writer and lecturer on the esoteric tradition of ancient Egypt and its religious, philosophical, and metaphysical legacy in modern times. Her continuing study in this field derives from a thirty-year background in historical research, travel throughout the Middle East, and the development of a repertoire of unique skills in recreating Egyptian ceremony and rituals. She has been a featured speaker on several tours of Egypt, and has acted as coordinator for on-site devotional temple activities. Ms. Clark served as exhibit leader for the Tutankhamun tour when it came to Chicago in 1977. She has appeared on NBC television in a feature broadcast on her work as founder of Temple Harakhte, a group of men and women devoted to the experiential religious practices of Egypts Old Kingdom. Above and beyond offering a thorough knowledge of Egyptian history and mythology, Clark is well versed in the hieroglyphic script, its transliteration and the translation of ancient texts, and in the nuances of Hermetic philosophy and Sacred Science.
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Egyptian Erotica:
Essence of Ancient Egyptian Erotica in Art & Literature
By El-Qhamid


Some of the once-abundant erotic works of ancient Egypt, many of which have been lost or destroyed over the centuries, are presented here in words and images. The ancient Egyptian erotic world comes alive in fragments of poetry and literature and in magnificent color pictures and detailed drawings of sculptures and etchings. Discussed is the period of dynastic rule in Egypt, when the deified pharaohs delighted in erotic escapades that rivaled those portrayed in India's Kama Sutra and Persia's One Thousand and One Nights.
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The Hebrew Pharaohs of Egypt:
The Secret Lineage of the Patriarch Joseph
By Ahmed Osman


New Edition of 'Stranger in the Valley of the Kings'
When Joseph revealed his identity to his kinsmen who had sold him into slavery, he told them that God had made him "a father to Pharaoh." Throughout the long history of ancient Egypt, only one man is known to have been given the title "a father to Pharaoh"-Yuya, a vizier of the 18th dynasty king Tuthmosis IV. Yuya has long intrigued Egyptologists because he was buried in the Valley of Kings even though he was not a member of the Royal House. His well-preserved mummy has a strong Semitic appearance, which suggests he was not of Egyptian blood, and many aspects of his burial have been shown to be contrary to Egyptian custom. The idea that Joseph and Yuya may be one and the same person sheds a whole new light on the sudden rise of monotheism in Egypt, spearheaded by Queen Tiye and her son Akhnaten. It would clearly explain the deliberate obliteration of references to the "heretic" king and his successors by the last 18th dynasty pharaoh, Horemheb, whom the author believes was the oppressor king in the Book of Exodus.
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Egypt: 5000 Years of Art
By Jaromir Malek


Presents a carefully chosen selection of the finest works of art and architecture produced over a period of some 4000 years. Egyptian art is usually instantly recognizable, yet at the same time ranging in size from the monumental pyramids and temples to the tiniest pieces of jewellery, embracing painting, sculpture, metalwork, woodwork, textiles and ce The art has an immediate appeal for its beauty and consummate craftsmanship, and the works illustrated in this book can be enjoyed for their aesthetic qualities alone. amics. They are also products of a culture very different from ours, and in his concise introduction Jaromir Malek provides the essential background for understanding why Egyptian art took the forms it did.
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The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt
By Richard H. Wilkinson


Worshiped for over three-fifths of recorded history, ancient Egypt's gods and goddesses are among the most fascinating of human civilization. From lavish tomb paintings and imposing temple reliefs to humble household shrines, countless tributes throughout Egypt reflect the richness and complexity of their mythology. This book examines the evolution, worship, and eventual decline of the numerous gods and goddesses- from minor household figures such as Bes and Taweret to the all-powerful deities Amun and Ra- that made Egypt the most completely theocratic society of the ancient world, and made Egyptians, according to Herodotus, "more religious than any other people." With hundreds of illustrations, this is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the deities that lay at the heart of Egyptian religion and society.
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Ancient Egypt
By David P. Silverman


Twelve contributing scholars have joined Silverman in writing this lavishly illustrated book that contains 200 color photographs, maps, and charts. Their essays cover such broad subjects as history, geography, legends, archaeology, religion, economy, art, architecture, and language. There are pieces on international trade and travel, farming, hunting, fishing, mining, capital cities, palaces, fortresses, gender and society, mathematics, medicine, magic, the pharaohs, the cosmos, the cult of the dead, ritual games, the pyramids, tombs, temples, the solar cycle, and hieroglyphs. The writing is based on the latest historical research and archaeological finds, offering readers a penetrating look at the daily life of both royalty and commoner.
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Egyptian Mystics:
Seekers of the Way
By Moustafa Gadalla


This book explains how Ancient Egypt is the origin of alchemy and present-day Sufism, and how the mystics of Egypt camouflage their practices with a thin layer of Islam. The book also explains the progression of the mystical Way towards enlightenment, with a coherent explanation of its fundamentals and practices. It shows the correspondence between the Ancient Egyptian calendar of events and the cosmic cycles of the universe. It also provides the evidence that Ancient Egypt is the source of the Christian calendar of holidays.
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Ancient Egyptian Magic:
Classic Healing and Ritual for the 21st Century
By Cassandra Eason


As early as 4000 B.C., ancient Egyptians wove magic and religion into whole cloth, wrapping themselves in ritual and symbolism that ranged from simple charms and protective hieroglyphs, to the towering monuments to immortality that are the pyramids of the Nile Valley. The rich religion and mythology of ancient Egypt is vividly documented here, with descriptions of the panoply of deities and their complex hierarchy, along with comprehensive explanations of the sacred oils, crystals and plants used in the many rituals that were an integral part of everyday life. Natural healing, magic, power animals, chants, prayers, and the Pyramids are covered in detail, with rare manuscripts and original images taken from Britain's National Witchcraft Museum.
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Isis, Queen of Egyptian Magic:
Her Book of Divination & Spells
By Jonathan Dee


Here, on sumptuously illustrated, colorful pages of traditional art and hieroglyphs, appear the spells, rites, fortune-telling systems, and talismans of the goddess Isis, narrated as if in her own voice. All these techniques are based on authentic sources, and they cover topics close to everyone's heart: health and good fortune; scarab amulets for protection against poisons; incantations to end feuding; and recipes for elixirs of seduction. Even predict the future through the Omen of the Flame, the Egyptian zodiac, and the Cairo Calendar of Auspicious Days. Fact panels and myths provide additional information on the background of each enchantment, and on ancient Egyptian life.
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Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt
By Lise Manniche


Discusses all aspects of the intimate life of Egyptians including prostitution, concubines, adultery, homosexuality, intercourse with animals, necrophilia, incest and polygamy, from the Old Kingdom to the start of the Graeco-Roman period. Explains how Egyptian art, once thought to have little erotic content, conveys the idea of sex in a symbolic language which has only recently been decoded by scholars, which reveals that sex permeates scenes and subjects previously taken at face value only. Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt shows how erotic matters were of prime importance to the Egyptians, an integral part of this life and the next. Erotic force was believed to be the very power that kept souls alive in the hereafter, so even the sexual power of mummies had to be maintained and stimulated.
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An Egyptian Bestiary
By Philippe Germond


The magnificent photographs in this volume show the incomparable richness of the Pharaonic fauna in all forms of artistic expression-painting, sculpture, relief carving, architectural ornamentation, and even in hieroglyphs. They range from astonishing realism in the depiction of birds and beasts, both wild and domesticated, useful and harmful, with which the people of the Nile Valley came into daily contact, to hieratic stylization in portraying the pantheon of animal-headed gods and the sacred and fabulous creatures that inhabited their devotional, funerary and magic world. The scholarly descriptions and informative captions that accompany this amazing bestiary place each animal depicted in its proper context in relation to man, to the environment, and to the gods. 250 color illustrations.
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The Book of Egyptian Ritual
By Keith Seddon


Providing a fascinating insight into the mysteries of the ancient Egyptian world, this book presents eight seasonal rites for performance at the solstices, equinoxes and cross-quarter days. These rites are composed entirely of ancient Egyptian religious texts, some as many as 4,300 years old. Made newly accessible to a modern readership, they provide a fascinating insight into the mysteries of the ancient Egyptian world.
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Ancient Egyptian Magic:
Incantations, Potions, Stories, and Rituals
By Bob Brier


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Egyptian Magic
By E. Wallis Budge


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The Book of Doors Divination Deck:
An Oracle from Ancient Egypt
By Athon Veggi


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Moses and Akhenaten:
The Secret History of Egypt at the Time of the Exodus
By Ahmed Osman


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The Ancient Egyptian Oracle:
The Cards of Ra-Maat
By Norman Plaskett


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The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt
By Ian Shaw


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Magic and Mystery in Ancient Egypt
By Christian Jacq


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Magic in Ancient Egypt
By Geraldine Pinch


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The Cult of Ra:
Sun-Worship in Ancient Egypt
By Stephen Quirke


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The Neteru of Kemet
By Tamara Siuda-Legan


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The Serpent in the Sky:
The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt
By John Anthony West


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Her-Bak:
Egyptian Initiate
By Isha Schwaller de Lubicz


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The Egyptian Miracle:
Introduction to the Wisdom of the Temple
By R. A. Schwaller De Lubicz


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The Opening of the Way:
A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teaching of Ancient Egypt
By Isha Schwaller De Lubicz


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The Tutankhamun Prophecies:
The Sacred Secret of the Maya, Egyptians, and Freemasons
By Maurice Cotterell


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The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Egypt:
An Illustrated Dictionary
By Manfred Lurker


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Egyptian Divinities:
The All Who Are The One
By Moustafa Gadalla


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Egyptian Cosmology:
The Absolute Harmony
By Moustafa Gadalla


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Gods of Eden:
Egypt's Lost Legacy and the Genesis of Civilization
By Andrew Collins


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The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt:
The Esoteric Wisdom Revealed
By Rosemary Clark


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Magic and Mysteries of Ancient Egypt
By Vivianne Crowley


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The Priests of Ancient Egypt
By Serge Sauneron


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The Great Goddesses of Egypt
By Barbara S. Lesko


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Feasts of Light:
Celebrations for the Seasons of Life
Based on the Egyptian Goddess Mysteries
By Serge Sauneron


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Egyptian Symbols:
A Hieroglyphic Stamp Kit
By Jennifer Larson


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Sacred Sexuality in Ancient Egypt:
The Erotic Secrets of the Forbidden Papyri
By Ruth Schumann-Antelme


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How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs:
A StepBy-Step Guide to Teach Yourself
By Mark Collier


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Ancient Egyptian Divination and Magic
By Eleanor L. Harris


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The Egyptian Book of the Dead
By Raymond Faulkner


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The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife
By Erik Hornung


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Becoming Osiris:
The Ancient Egyptian Death Experience
By Ruth Schumann Antelme


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Awakening Osiris:
The Egyptian Book of the Dead
By Normandi Ellis


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Illustrated Egyptian Book of the Dead
By Ramses Seleem


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The Book of the Dead
By E. A. Wallis Budge


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The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife
By Erik Hornung


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Conceptions of God in Ancient Egypt:
The One and the Many
By Erik Hornung


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Daily Life of the Egyptian Gods
By Dimitri Meeks


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Symbol & Magic in Egyptian Art
By Richard H. Wilkinson


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Isiac Tablet or the Bembine Tablet of Isis
By William Westcott, Manly P. Hall


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Eye of the Sun:
The Sacred Legacy of Ancient Egypt
By Kerry Wisner


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Dawn of Astronomy
By J. Norman. Lockyer


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Circle of Isis:
Ancient Egyptian Magic for Modern Witches
By Ellen Cannon Reed


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Isis Magic
By Isidora Forrest


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The Serpent Power
The Ancient Egyptian Mystical Wisdom of the Inner Life Force
By Dr. Muata Abhaya Ashby


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