A Search in Secret Egypt

A Search in Secret Egypt Offers a journey of initiation into the secret of spiritual awakening our home is not the body but the soul The author introduces us to the faith based power of a real snake charmer he encounters a w

  • Title: A Search in Secret Egypt
  • Author: Paul Brunton
  • ISBN: 9780943914985
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Offers a journey of initiation into the secret of spiritual awakening our home is not the body, but the soul The author introduces us to the faith based power of a real snake charmer he encounters a working magician, a renowned fakir Tahra Bey Houdini s main competitor , and a ghostly presence amongst the ruins of Karnak.

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    1. Finnaly the pleasure of an amazing book which I read in a few days. Great travel account of the 30's in Egypt, where the author meets a range of remarkable and mysterious characters, reminding me much to my own travels of Egypt. His theory of an alternative history of Old Egypt is refreshing and stunning but mostly inspiring.

    2. The author has spent a lot of his time in unraveling many secrets of Egypt and provides us with unique perspectives into a lot of things. He talks about how many in Egypt were initiated into an out-of-body "trance-like" state and it sounds really possible. Hard research has gone into this book and that's why I think it's worth its 5 stars.

    3. Certainly a unique read, this.It's difficult to tag a label onto Paul Brunton, he's kind of an anythingarian in the spiritual field. A meditator, a seeker, a thinker, an explorer and a dreamer - this book is simply a diary, albeit it a detailed and elaborate one, of his experiences of his time spent in Egypt.Originally written in 1935, this was an enjoyable read simply for the poetic writing style. His style is that of a verbose, intellectual gentleman. I imagine he sported a neat moustache, a w [...]

    4. Loved it and couldn't put it down. Great mix of history of Egypt and the surrounding cultures/religions as well as valuable spiritual lessons. Was very impressed and surprised at the author's knowledge of the evidence that the Sphinx is most likely beyond 11,000 years old which appears more likely as the evidence builds considering this book was written in 1936.

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