Her-Bak: Egyptian Initiate

Her-Bak: Egyptian Initiate

by Isha Schwaller de Lubicz, Lucie Lamy (Illustrator)

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Overview

In these fictional accounts, Ancient Egypt is made accessible, revealed through the eyes of young Her-Bak, candidate for initiation into the Inner Temple.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780892810024
Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
Publication date: 05/01/1978
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 633,586
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Isha Schwaller de Lubicz spent her youth studying Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, and Hebrew theology and mysticism. As pupil of R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and later as his wife, she went on to investigate other religions and philosophical systems, including Taoism, Islam. Her most significant work was done in Egypt, where she lived for fifteen years among the temples and the tombs. There, patient labor and exceptional circumstances enabled her to penetrate the secret symbolism of the hieroglyphs. Her discovery aroused the enthusiasm of the eminent Egyptologist Alexandre Varille, who devoted the last ten years of his life to verifying and developing its practical application. Thus was unveiled a wisdom that for thousands of years had taught men the science of life. . . and of its triumph over death.

Table of Contents

Her-Bak
Egyptian Initiate
Preface
Summary of Her-Bak "Chick Pea"
Part I
I The Question
II The Answer
III The Three Circles
IV The Divine Word
V The Voyage
VI Illusion
VII The Colossus
VIII The Sky
IX Free Will and Fate
X Hierarchy of the Neters
XI Astrology
Part II
Ba and Ka
Introduction to the seven days of the BA and KA
Summary of the seven chapters of the BA and KA
XII The First Day
XIII Second Day
XIV Third Day
XV Fourth Day
XVI Fifth Day
XVII Sixth Day
XVIII Seventh Day
Part III
XIX The Legacy of Egypt
XX Pharaoh and Sage
Part IV
Plates I Through VII
Commentaries
Commentray I: Hieroglyphic Writing
Commentary II: The Inner, or Estoeric, Teaching
Commentary III: Animals in Egyptian Myth
Commentary IV: Some Detailed Information Necessary to the Study of Egyptian Teaching
Commentary VI: Astrology-Astronomy
CommentaryVII: Man the Microcosm
Physical Man
Intermediate Man-The Intellect
Psychospiritual Man
Commentary VIII: The Teaching of Egyptian Tombs
Footnotes to the Text and Commentaries

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