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Released: September 2015



Ancient Egypt is shrouded in a mystique that has not, until now, been revealed. The golden age of Egypt, which existed before recorded history, occurred between 10,000 BCE and 3000 BCE. This period endured for millennia because of an esoteric sect of spiritual initiates within the Mysterie Schools. This powerful group consisted of the real pharaohs, or enlightened masters, of arcane knowledge and practices.


Within the Mysterie Schools, hieroglyphics were used to communicate universal messages of illuminated living; clothing, jewelry, and stone engravings symbolized levels of learning and stages of enlightenment; the Egyptian gods were a series of mystical concepts and ascended energies but never deities; and it was life, and not death, that was revered. The pyramids, temples, tombs, and sarcophagi were not for the dead but for the living initiates engaged in mystical practices like healing and trans-meditation.


Walk with us through this Book of Life and learn how color, sound, and energy were used to heal and raise human consciousness. Let this book be your guide to the magical world of the most influential esoteric group that humankind has ever known. Let the peace and light of that illuminated period in history bring you face-to-face with the mysterious, brilliant vision of your own nature.


The Book of Life is a book for enthusiasts of ancient Egyptian mysticism. Readers are taken on a journey through the archaic halls of the Mysterie Schools that existed during the golden age of Egypt, between twelve and three thousand years ago. The Book of Life is an objective and graphical account of the main teachings from the schools. The hieroglyphic high-alphabet of spiritual concepts taught in the Mysteries is explored in detail, and it is explained how this was different from the everyday literary alphabet. The Book of Life uncovers the real purpose of the sarcophagi and hidden valleys of tombs, and traces the Egyptian practices back to their ancestors from Atlantis as well as to times of extraterrestrial assistance.


Extraordinary truths are revealed in an ordinary way in this practical book of mystical wisdom. Truths that have remained hidden for thousands of years. Who built the Egyptian temples and why? What were they really used for and what form did the rituals take? Were the great pyramids and sacred valleys really for the dead, or were they designed for transcendental meditation of initiates? Where did the Egyptian pantheon of Gods originate from; or has our modern understanding of Egyptian Gods been confused within layers of tumultuous history? In what way do the Mysterie Schools of ancient Egypt influence our lives today?


The Book of Life takes readers back to that glorious time in Egypt’s history when to be a pharaoh was to be a spiritually enlightened person traveling the ever-ascending path to illumination. When color, sound, and energy healing were the currency in a world evolving towards unconditional love; and when humankind’s connection to the heavens—to the source of its own understanding—was the magnificent uninterrupted view into their own hearts.


Author's notes:
The Book of Life provides extraordinary insight into ancient Egyptian mysticism, and the source and meaning of this mysticism. The book is objective; it does not try to convince readers of particular truths, but makes observations on what was taught in the Mysterie Schools, and why. The deepest secrets from these schools is not–and may not be–revealed. Instead, readers are given the opportunity to search within themselves for sacred knowledge they may have forgotten, or been conditioned to neglect. The Book of Life is a mind-expanding journey that reveals information about the ancient Egyptian arts of life. Information that has not been exposed in our most recent recorded history. The book is written from the perspective of a group of priests from the Mysterie Schools who guide readers through elements of the sacred lessons. Included within the Book of Life is a succinct set of hieroglyphs with explanations of their mystical, or universal, meanings–which are different from the purely alphabetical versions of glyphs we are familiar with today. The significance of the statues and symbolic clothing is given. The pantheon of Egyptian deities is explained–none of whom were considered actual God-figures by the enlightened. The use of color and sound for energy healing is outlined, as well as how and why the pyramids and temples were built. The book clarifies how the sarcophagi and valleys of tombs were for transcendental meditation journeys, and not for the dead. Ultimately, the Book of Life is a reminder that ancient Egypt existed for the spiritual advancement of humankind. Because it is towards a state of advanced spiritual consciousness that humanity must evolve, or alternatively accept the consequences of chaos.   

The Book of Life

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