This book began life as an extended appendix to 'Supernatural Assault in Ancient Egypt' where it provided additional information on the cosmic tides that ebb and flow through us as they did the ancient Egyptians. It concerns the ritual year and offers a conventional summary of the main principles of the ancient Egyptian calendar along with examples of seasonal rites. More radically it presents new material on the older Lunar calendar of the preformal times. Here too the author offers rites for a thirteen of the most archaic Egyptian 'neters' - beginning with Seth, Sokar and Hathor. Over the millennia we have lost contact with these tides, and stand alienated from Nature. This first 'Eden' is restorable by a return to these ancient principles.
|Publisher||Mandrake of Oxford|
|Publication date||1 Jan 2010|