This new edition of Ancient Egyptian Magic takes you step-by step through Egyptian religions, magical philosophy, techniques of divination, and magical formulae thousands of years old. No previous experience with the subject is necessary--Harris explains the "how" and "why" of magical tools, amulets, words of power, divination, ceremony, and spells. Advanced practitioners will find especially useful instruction on actual Egyptian magical script as found in the ancient papyri such as The Leyden Papyrus, The Papyrus Ani (the Egyptian Book of the Dead), and other important works. Learn to: •Invoke Egyptian gods and spirits for divination and magic •Scry with fire, oil, and water •Evoke messengers and spirits of the dead •Have dream visions •Sound the secret names of the deities.
Yes! The truth is that there is great power – tremendous psychic and magnetic influences – in a variety of talismans and gems that have been held in high esteem, initially because of their beauty and later because of their virtues as transmitters of good luck and to avert misfortune. Carrying the right talisman or good luck charm is like wishing on a rainbow or making pals with your own, personal, Leprechaun. In this day and age everyone wants to get rich! – And quickly! We all wish the best for ourselves and our family – and we’d better get on the ball and do it pronto. And if you don’t have a super paying job or a rich daddy, chances are we have to go about finding the end of the rainbow in some other way. Good luck charms -- as they are called -- have been with us since the beginning of recorded history. People have come to put their faith in that which they believe to be magical. It could be something as “simple” as a good luck gemstone, or as “complicated” as using a word from the Kabala. But there is a strong belief that these talismans and amulets can really work miracles in your life just as they have done for centuries.
Now, young explorers can go back in time to ancient Egypt, and visit its castles, temples, dark crypts, and mysterious pyramids—and discover lots of cool mummies, too. Along the way, kids get to decipher hieroglyphs, find the path out of a murky tomb, and solve mummy sudoku. A variety of perplexing puzzles, jokes, and activities will keep them entertained. A 7.9 x 9.8 inch paperback book with 128 pages for ages 7 and up.
HERE ARE THE SPELLS OF THE GREAT EGYPTIAN PHARAOH’S AND THEIR PERSONAL OCCULT MAGICIANS EVEN MOSES IS SAID TO HAVE FOLLOWED IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS AND ADAPTED THEIR OCCULT FORMULAS Unlock the Occult Wisdom Of Antiquity And Experience The Awesome Miracle Of Egyptian Magic, Known To Be The Most Powerful Of ALL Time! From the records of the prestigious "Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities" (circa 1895) at the British Museum comes long forgotten knowledge of how to make use of dreams, tap the power of lucky and unlucky days, and utilize talismans and charms initially designed in the distant past and still useful and beneficial today.
First published in 1899, Egyptian Magic is a classic work of one of the most prolific Victorian Egyptologists, Sir E. A. Wallis Budge. Budge presents a history of Egyptian magic and the details of its practice to help you uncover the Egyptian's distinction between white magic and black magic as you learn about magical artifacts, their identities and their applications in detail. These include jeweled scarabs and amulets, shown alongside useful illustrations and an abundance of information. Additionally, some first hand accounts claiming to have witnessed effects of the Egyptian occult are also contained in these pages for your intrigue. Egyptian Magic is essential reading for anybody interested in ancient cultures and their approaches to magic.
Exploring the mystery of why so many ancient cultures, separated by time and distance, share remarkably similar cosmological philosophies and religious symbolism, Laird Scranton reveals how this shared creation tradition upholds the idea that ancient instruction gave birth to the great civilizations, each of which preserves fragments of the original knowledge. Looking at the many manifestations of this shared cosmological knowledge, including in the Dogon and Maori cultures and in ancient Egypt, Gobekli Tepe, Vedic India, Buddhism, the Tibetan Bon religion, and the kabbalistic tradition of the Hebrews, Scranton explores the thought processes that went into formulating the archetype themes and metaphors of the ancient symbolic system. He examines how commonly shared principles of creational science are reflected in key terms of the ancient languages. He discusses how the primal cosmology also transmitted key components of sacred science, such as sacred geometry, knowledge of material creation, and the nature of a nonmaterial universe--evidence for which lies in the orientation of ancient temples, the drama of initiations and rituals, and countless traditional myths. He analyzes how this shared knowledge relates to the processional year and the cycles of time known as the yugas. He also explores evidence of the concept of a nonmaterial twin universe to our own--the “above” to our “below” in the famous alchemical and hermetic maxim. Through his extensive research into the interconnected wisdom of the ancients, Scranton shows that the forgotten instructional tradition at the source of this knowledge was deliberately encoded to survive for countless generations. By piecing it back together, we can discover the ancient plan for guiding humanity forward toward greater enlightenment. A 6 x 9 Paperback book with 208 pages.