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About the Author
He became a student of the beliefs and spiritual practices of classical and ancient civilizations when, at 11 years old, he inherited a fragment of the Great Pyramid's limestone casing. This precious artifact, acquired by his great uncle during WW2, spawned a flowering interest in the spiritual power of ritual and occult symbolism. In time this interest led to an intense study of paganism, the runes, and the ancient practice of "solar spirituality."
In 2012 he traveled to Egypt with an interest in constructing a working model for self-development from Egypt's ancient tradition of "sacred kingship," seeking to translate the art, myth and symbolic structure of Egypt's temples into a philosophy applicable to modern times.
It was at the Egyptian temple of Abydos, while contemplating the "King's List," that he experienced a powerful insight - a revelation of a unique model for renewing man's connection to the most ancient form of spiritual practice, which he later termed "Spiritual Kingship." After years spent crafting his personal development project called "The King's Curriculum," his ideas were finally committed to paper as a working form of initiation which became the subject of his first published book - The King's Curriculum, Self-Initiation for Self-Rulers. Today he lives and continues to write in the Applegate Valley, Oregon.
Table of Contents
A Philosophy for the Few
Beginnings and Endings
Quest for Something New
Know the Seed-of-ThySelf
Cultivate a Mythic Story
Construct a Ritual of Inevitability
The Crown of the Centralized Psyche
Attain a Meta-Vision
Contact your Inner Initiator
Accepting the Unknown Self
The Manifestation of Sovereignty