The Sacred Mysteries of Egypt

The Flowering of an Ancient Civilisation

Frank Teichmann; Translated by Gideon Dreyer

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  • Beautiful book for serious Egyptologists interested in the origins of the Egyptian spiritual centres
  • Colour photograps throughout
  • From an Egyptologist and classical archeologist

This beautiful, highly illustrated book shows that a deep understanding of the sacred mysteries of Egypt is key to illuminating the texts and images of the time.

Format:
hardback
Size:
240 x 208 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Religion & Spirituality; Philosophy of Human Life
Illustrations:
200 colour photographs
Extent:
304 pages
ISBN:
9781782502708
Publication date:
19 May 2016

Description

The Egyptian Book of the Dead, and other papyri and paintings, have long held a fascination for modern people but are easily dismissed as superstitions and fanciful poetry. In recent times, however, serious interest in them has reawakened. What is their origin and could they still hold wisdom for us today?

Frank Teichmann has researched Egyptian civilisation for over forty years and in this beautiful, highly illustrated book he shows that a deep understanding of the sacred mysteries of Egypt is key to illuminating the texts and images of the time. Egyptian mystery centres were places of spiritual initiation where trainees had powerful, direct contact with spiritual beings. It was then their task to bring their new-found knowledge to the wider population, through the use of texts like the Book of the Dead.

The sacred mysteries that the trainees experienced are also borne out by the spiritual research of Rudolf Steiner. Teichmann explores the mysteries in compelling detail, to show their enduring significance in the present day.

Reviews

'This book is beautifully illustrated with 200 colour photographs and is as solid as an Egyptian statue…'
-- Margaret Jonas, New View

Author

Frank Teichmann (1937-2006) trained as an aircraft designer, but then studied Egyptology and classical archeology. He was leader of the anthroposophical training course in Stuttgart.

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