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Product Details

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press (January 9, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0932813585
  • ISBN-13: 978-0932813589
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.4 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,676 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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He gives us the land of BU WZR, the Land of Osiris and what it entailed.
Charles Putnam
The book also tells about the organization of Khemitian community as a society of people with equal right.
"krasnoh"
Land of Osiris is one of the few books I read in less than a day, could not stop reading this one!
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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Charles Putnam on March 3, 2002
Format: Paperback
If you want a fresh understanding of Ancient Egypt, The Land of Osiris is your best guide. In this well-written book Stephen Mehler provides a new perspective of this ancient culture distilled from his own research spanning over 30 years plus the invaluable knowledge provided by Abd'el Hakim Awyan, a master of the oral indegenous tradition. Rather than Egyptology with its western outsider bias, Stephen believes that we need a new tradition, a new paradigm, which incorporates this living indigenous knowledge and chooses to call it Khemitology. I believe this is a bold and necessary departure because the dead weight of mainstream Egyptology simply does not answer the questions that need to be answered. To put it in different terms, who were the ancient Khemitians and what did they know? Stephen's book is an introduction to answering those questions.
So what does Stephen give us. As a matter of fact, there are many items of fact and deduction but I will suggest a few. He gives us the land of BU WZR, the Land of Osiris and what it entailed. He asserts that the culture may stretch as far back as 65,000 years ago. He defines and clearly delinates the difference between a place of power (per-neter), a place of burial (per-ka) and a house of worship (per-ba). In the process he corroborates Christopher Dunn's theory that the Great Pyramid was a place of power. He shows us a clear connection between the Maya and the Khemitians. From satellite-based maps he demonstrates the bed of the Ur-Nile or proto-Nile covered most of what is today western Egypt. From shards of limestone canals he was shown by Hakim, he claims that water was diverted from West to East.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By John Cadman on April 21, 2002
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Stephen Mehler's research, spanning over 30+ years, indicate that whenever there is a so-called "Power Place", sacred site or Vortex on Earth - three things will always be found. Flowing water, a source of natural crystal, and igneous rock (itself a source of crystal) - these three elements are found at every major site in Egypt, not by any accident. His major theme in the book is that the ancient Khemitian civilization, over 10,000 years old, was based on ANOTHER Nile River, in what is today called the Western Desert. The ancient Khemitians drilled miles of tunnels through limestone bedrock to divert this river to the present Nile Valley, and also built huge above ground aqueducts and channels to bring water to the sites. EVERY Per-Neter had water flowing into it to create acoustic harmonic resonance with each other . . . tremendous amounts of energy could be created this way.
This completely concurs with the evidence and functioning of the subterranean section of the Great Pyramid.
My copy of "The Land of Osiris" is highlighted thoughout. It is packed with solid new information.
Stephen's indigenous teacher, Abd'El Hakim Awyan, stated "Follow the water". Absolute truth.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By "krasnoh" on February 25, 2002
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The Land of Osiris by Stephen Mehler is a very outstanding book. It is in fact the first book on the actual history and pre-history of Egypt written on the basis of knowledge received from the keeper of indigenous traditions, Egyptian archaeologist with European education Abd'El Hakim. Paradoxically, by so far nobody of Egyptologists was interested in the true history retained by autochthonous keepers! The book astonishes the reader by a great quantity of names of people who have explored archaeology and history of ancient Egypt. The book shows that the author is encyclopedic learning and deep awareness of manifold branches both of science and human life. His talent for a wide comprehensive analysis is a rarity among researchers.
S. Mehler filled the book by startling photographs, which allow us to touch to pre-historical places of boiling life of ancient Khemitians, autochthonous population of Khemitia (called Egypt by antique Greeks). In particular, a great surprise is the photograph of traces of a pre-historical harbor located now among uninhabited sands. He also presents incontestable evidence about direct contacts between pre-historical American civilizations and Khemitians. Basing on Hakim's knowledge of the Khemitian language, S. Mehler gives the correct interpretation of many terms, which so far were perceived as absolutely faithful (pharaoh, tomb, pyramid, etc.). The deciphering conducted radically changes our taking of ancient Egypt and put the Khemitian history back where their history found it. The book also tells about the organization of Khemitian community as a society of people with equal right.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By John A. Desalvo on January 29, 2002
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This is a book that both Egyptolgists and the general public have been waiting for. Stephen Mehler does an outstanding job of filling in the gap of ancient history and showing that the Egyptian civilization is much much older than previously believed. Ancient History and Egyptology textbooks will have to be rewritten because of Mehler's work. I seldom read a book straight through without stopping but this happened with "The Land of Osiris". His research and the way he tells it is so exciting that you can not put the book down. This book tells the hidden history of Ancient Egypt. Traditional Egyptologists beware! It will knock your socks off. Stephen cites and discusses archeological information and research that he has personally done. After reading this book, you will see ancient Egypt in a new light. Go on a journey to ancient times and learn about the history of ancient Egypt as it really was.
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