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The Keys Of Egypt

Author: Lesley Adkins
ISBN: 9780006531456
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When Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798, his troops were astonished to discover ancient temples, tombs and statues, all covered with hieroglyphs - the last remnants of an unreadable script and a language lost in time. On their return, Egyptomania spread rapidly and the quest to decipher hieroglyphs began in earnest: fame and fortune awaited the scholar who succeeded.

The Nine Eyes Of Light

Author: Padma Aon Prakasha
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583946977
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The Nine Eyes of Light is an exploration into multidimensional being. This is the light-body guidebook for the spiritual traveler. The Nine Eyes, also known as Ascension Keys, are the nine levels of consciousness that served as the foundation for Egypt’s awakened civilization. Deeply relevant for navigating our tumultuous times today, these multidimensional perspectives, or lightbodies, reveal how to further understand and develop our consciousness. In practice, many of us are using some of these bodies already, but not all of them, because we have lost sight of our higher potential. These other bodies, says Prakasha, allow us to sense, navigate, and unify all parts of our human and divine selves. The book shows readers how to experience the universal bodies of light; how to access hidden wisdom about Anubis, a pre-Christ figure and original Sphinx; and how to open and purify the heart through the 42 Laws of Harmony, or Ma’at. Chapters include teachings on the science of vibration, sound, and perception; willpower, bliss, and the fuel for love; god consciousness; the shadow as a gateway to source, and much more. The Nine Eyes unite the mind, body, and spirit in loving wisdom and power.

The Keys Of Electrum

Author: Grant Henning
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617773999
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As Brad pressed the phone to his ear, a warm, familiar voice greeted him. 'Brad, hi. It's Professor Romiel. I need your help.' The recorded voice turned distinctly fearful; and Brad stood up, listening with more intensity. 'I think I'm in danger. I'm on a flight from Cairo, arriving at JFK late Friday night. We have to meet.' Brad Beck was looking forward to a relaxing day, but when he receives a frantic message from an old professor friend, he knows it's going to be anything but. He arrives at the professor's house only to find Allison, the professor's daughter, who has some disturbing news—the professor has been murdered! After some investigation, Brad discovers this wasn't a typical New York mugging. Someone killed the professor. But why? Now it's up to Brad, Allison, and a few of their most trusted friends to follow Professor Romiel's trail and piece together clues from ancient obelisks in Paris, New York, Rome, and Egypt—clues that seem to be leading to the greatest treasure known to man. Grant and Jeff Henning's suspenseful novel, Keys of Electrum, will take readers around the world to solve a mystery that has been hidden since the days of pyramids and pharaohs.

Daemons And Spirits In Ancient Egypt

Author: Carolyn Graves-Brown
Publisher: University of Wales Press
ISBN: 1786832895
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This book is about the weird and wonderful lesser-known ‘spirit’ entities of ancient Egypt –daemons, the mysterious and often fantastical creatures of the Egyptian ‘Otherworld’ – and the closely related spirits of the dead, which together conjure the excitement of all things otherworldly. Daemons and spirits are generally defined in Egyptology as creatures not of this world, which do not have their own cult centre, and both groups are frequently listed together in protective spells. This volume explores the general nature of daemons and spirits in ancient Egypt and discusses a selection in more detail: it uses artefacts from Wales’s important collection of Egyptian objects at the Egypt Centre at Swansea University, in which are to be found a dwarf daemon with sticking out tongue; several guardian daemons of the Otherworld; creatures who are part snake and part feline; spirits of deceased humans; and a Greek satyr Silenus, companion to the wine god Dionysus.

The Egypt Game

Author: Zilpha Keatley Snyder
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 143913202X
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The first time Melanie Ross meets April Hall, she’s not sure they have anything in common. But she soon discovers that they both love anything to do with ancient Egypt. When they stumble upon a deserted storage yard, Melanie and April decide it’s the perfect spot for the Egypt Game. Before long there are six Egyptians, and they all meet to wear costumes, hold ceremonies, and work on their secret code. Everyone thinks it’s just a game until strange things start happening. Has the Egypt Game gone too far?

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Author: Janice Kamrin
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9780810949614
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What do the enigmatic images on ancient Egyptian artifacts mean? What royal names adorn the walls of some of the world's oldest temples? What kind of lives did the people buried in the ancient tombs lead? The keys to unlock this facinating civilization lie within the glyphs of their sacred language. Appearing a little before 3,000 B.C., Egyptian hieroglyphs were used for thousands of years to write names, label commodities, commemorate historical events, and convey complex stories. This definitive educational tool provides a systematic, step-by-step approach to learning ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, complete with fun and increasingly challenging exercises and easy-to-reference sign and word lists. By the end of chapter one, readers will begin to decipher simple inscriptions; after completing the entire book, readers will be ready to tackle tomb and temple walls. While learning to decipher the language of the ancient Egyptians, readers will also learn about their history, social structure, and funerary beliefs. An invaluable resource, this book will appeal to amateur Egyptologists, as well as those looking to enhance their museum-going and travel experiences.

Egyptian Cultural Icons In Midrash

Author: Rivka Ulmer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110223929
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Rabbinic midrash of late antiquity and the early medieval period visualized Egypt and presented Egyptian religious concepts and icons. Midrash is analyzed in a cross-cultural perspective utilizing insights from the discipline of Egyptology. Topics: the Greco-Roman Nile god, Isis, Serapis and other gods, festivals, mummy portraits, funeral customs, the Egyptian language, Pharaohs, Cleopatra, Alexandria, the divine eye. The hermeneutical role of Egyptian cultural icons in midrash is explored.