Reveals the secret language and words of power that enabled the ancient Egyptians to imagine the world into existence• Reveals ancient Egyptian Mystery teachings on immaculate conception, transubstantiation, resurrection, and eternal life• Explores the shamanic journeys that ancient Egyptian priests used to view the unconscious and the afterlife• Provides the essential spiReveals the secret language and words of power that enabled the ancient Egyptians to imagine the world into existence• Reveals ancient Egyptian Mystery teachings on immaculate conception, transubstantiation, resurrection, and eternal life• Explores the shamanic journeys that ancient Egyptian priests used to view the unconscious and the afterlife• Provides the essential spiritual tools needed to return to Zep Tepi, the creative sourceDrawing from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Pyramid texts, the Book of Thoth, and other sacred hieroglyphic writings spanning the three millennia of the Egyptian Mystery Traditions, Normandi Ellis reveals the magical language of creation and words of power that enabled the ancient Egyptians to act as co-creators with the gods.Examining the power of hieroglyphic thinking--how thoughts create reality--and the multiple meanings behind every word of power, the author shows how, with the Neteru, we imagine the world into existence, casting a spell of consciousness over the material world. Uncovering the deep layers of meaning and symbol within the myths of the Egyptian gods and goddesses, Ellis investigates the shamanic journeys that ancient Egyptian priests used to view the unconscious and the afterlife and shares their initiations for immaculate conception, transubstantiation, resurrection, and eternal life—initiations that later became part of the Christian mystery school. Revealing the words of power used by these ancient priests/sorcerers, she explains how to search for the deeper, hidden truths beneath their spells and shows how ancient Egyptian consciousness holds the secret of life itself.Revealing the initiatory secrets of the Osirian Mystery school, Ellis provides the essential teachings and shamanic tools needed to return to Zep Tepi--the creative source--as we face the transitional time of radical change currently at hand....
|Title||:||Imagining the World into Existence: An Ancient Egyptian Manual of Consciousness|
|Number of Pages||:||332 Pages|
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Imagining the World into Existence: An Ancient Egyptian Manual of Consciousness Reviews
This book is quite good. There is a great deal of information in here, and one can tell that the author is very enthusiastic about the topic. However, the information presented is not well organized, and one can feel a bit distracted by the poor transitions. Aside from this, however, the book is quite good and presents a number of theories that are well researched.
I really enjoyed learning about some of the hieroglyphs and how words relate to one another. This book does a very good job of explaining how magic, or heka as the Egyptians called it, functioned. I also really enjoyed the inclusion of some myths into the book.
Years ago as a very young aspiring writer, I was planning a novel to demonstrate that the deepest spiritual truths in all the world's major religions were actually one and the same. Now, decades later and two novels along those lines written and published and into the third, I was doing some research on Alexandria in the First Century and then deeper into Egypt in space and time. Here I encountered Normandi Ellis and her work, especially Imagining the World into Existence, only to discover that I had met and talked with Normandi many years ago in Boulder, Colorado, when I was plotting that first novel. How I enjoy observing the circle completing itself. Ouroboros!Congratulations to Normandi as my friend who has, as Thoreau advised, gone confidently in the direction of her dreams, who has lived the life she imagined. And evidently has taken many other people along with her. Rather than comment extensively as this work deserves be done, I will simply allow Normandi's deep reverence for Egyptian primeval spirituality to infuse the background of my own work, as, per her description, the many Egyptian “mystery” elements crept unacknowledged into Hellenic and then Christian mythology and theology (eschatology, trinity, transubstantiation, etc.). Beyond all the strife and division across the ages, there is truly One Mind. Thanks for taking us back to one of the earliest sources of that insight, Normandi.
full of incorrect etymologies and new agey 'connections'; not sure why I'm even reading it.