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Sacred Magic Of Ancient Egypt: The Spiritual Practice Restored Paperback – September 8, 2003
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Chapter One deals with the legacy of ancient Egypt, the sacred tradition and its relevance to modern spirituality. Chapter Two looks at esoteric architecture, sacred geography and the ancient temple. Chapter Three discusses cosmic resonance, including sacred astronomy and the lunar, solar and stellar calendars.
Chapter Four deals with Theurgy (daily rituals, ceremonies and initiation), Chapter Five with Liturgy, Chapter Six with ceremony, including the 12 festivals celebrating the powers of the 12 Neteru in the solar cosmogony. Chapter Eight: Transformation, looks at the function of ritual in divination, execration and protection, including the Opening of the Mouth ceremony.
The text is enhanced by black and white figures, tables and 4 photographs and there is a section on Sacred Names in Greek and Egyptian. The book concludes with a bibliography and index.
first received this book. I couldn't quite get my
mind around how this practice could be restored. 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. The author has
taken an immense amount of research and layed out the
fundamental basis for an enlightened practice of this
sacred magick. 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.
Llewellyn Publications, 2003
H.H. Rev. Ptahmassu K.M. Nofra-Uaa
Nuhati Temple Fellowship
San Diego, California
Once in a great while a new volume on the Temple Tradition of Ancient Egypt is released that not only sparks our interest, but demands our attention and holds onto it with tenacity. Rosemary Clark's book The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt: The Spiritual Practice Restored (Llewellyn Publications, 2003) is one such work- a work that should be considered mandatory reading for anyone who attempts to find meaning and a path of faith in the Wisdom Traditions of the Ancient Egyptians.
This is a large companion volume to the sizeable The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt: The Esoteric Wisdom Revealed (Llewellyn Publications, 2000), a book that is highly recommended to readers before they attempt to apply what is presented in its sequel. For students of the works of renowned metaphysician-philosopher R.A. Schwaller De Lubicz (not forgetting those of his wife Isha Schwaller De Lubicz), Rosemary Clark's volumes will become indispensable research and study guides for the high science through which the Temples, monuments and theological works of the Ancient Egyptians were composed. Whereas the strictly scholarly works of R.A. Schwaller De Lubicz serve as a tool for mapping out what Egypt's Temples and tombs say to us on an intellectual (and some would say anthropological and / or philosophical) level, Rosemary Clark has given us a far less clinical, and much more practical method for approaching the beauty of the Egyptian Mystery Traditions preserved in the monolithic religious remains of Ancient Egypt.Read more ›
Antônio Vicente - Brasil
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