Egyptian Mysteries
 

 

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Holistic and Lucid Vision
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 New Age Website Dedicated to the Dissemination of Truth—F. 1997—Sitio Web de la Nueva Era Dedicado a la Diseminación de la Verdad
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Twelve Spiritual Principles and Laws
Los Doce Principios y Leyes Espirituales

Index/ Índice

An Egyptian Initiation
A Tale of Imhotep
Code of Conduct

Books by Luis Prada
(Libros por Luis Prada)

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Journey into the City of Light of BVC/
Viaje a la Ciudad de la Luz de CBV

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Plan de la Comunidad Brother Veritus

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Egyptian Mysteries

AnEgyptian Initiation (Original)

Contrary topopular belief and accepted viewpoint of mainstream archeology, the pyramids of the Gizahplateau were NOT funerary tombs but temples of initiation. Witness here an initiation inthe Great Pyramidof Gizah.

A Taleof Imhotep (Egyptian Play) (Orig.)

Sabber andKonozer-Horeb are two priest of the Temple of the Sun at On or An [knownas Heliopolis by the Greeks] and close friends. Sabber has been absent to Nubia for almosta year fulfilling a diplomatic mission entrusted by the Pharaoh Akhnaton. Uponarrival he went to the Temple and there he finds his old friend Konozer-Horeb, an oratorand chanter priest, when he had just finished an afternoon offering to the Sun God Aton.The scene happens during Akhnaton’s time (circa 1350 B.C.) before the construction of thecity of AkhetAten (today’s Tel El Amarna).

Codeof Conduct When Visiting Egyptian Temples (Orig.)

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