Egyptian Religion and Mysteries

Egyptian Religion and MysteriesEgyptian Religion and Mysteries
By Earle de Motte
Publisher: Xlibris
ISBN: 978-1479761838
Published: February 2013
Pages: 148
Genre: Spirituality, Ancient Egypt
Formats Available For Review: print and ebook

Knowledge has been an oscillating phenomenon over the centuries…

Great concepts of mankind shone forth like supernova, only to fade and disappear…

Uncover the Egyptian Religion and Mysteries through this revealing book!

Such is the human knowledge of Egyptian religion and mysteries which date as far back as 5000 years. How much do people know about the roots of Egyptian spirituality and mysteries? Author Earle de Motte uses his acquired knowledge and research findings to shed light on these subjects in Egyptian Religion and Mysteries.

This book informs its readers that unlike the other empires of Greece and Rome in classical times, and Christendom in the Middle Ages, the Egyptian state had fewer tribes within its imperial boundaries, tribes who resisted oppression and whose inclination was to retain something of their previous religious beliefs.

The highly developed spiritual consciousness of the Egyptians influenced the evolution of religion of state that ensured maximum and loyal participation by the people in general, alongside a system of gnosis by initiation and the raising of consciousness among the few who were ready for such instruction and experience. In some detail, this book attempts to explore aspects of Egypt’s religion and mysteries.

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