Her-Bak: The Living Face of Ancient Egypt

Her-Bak: The Living Face of Ancient Egypt

Isha Schwaller de Lubicz / Sep 18, 2019

Her Bak The Living Face of Ancient Egypt In these fictional accounts the wisdom of Ancient Egypt is revealed through the eyes of a young Her Bak a candidate for initiation into the Inner Temple The events related take place between the XX

  • Title: Her-Bak: The Living Face of Ancient Egypt
  • Author: Isha Schwaller de Lubicz
  • ISBN: 9780892810031
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these fictional accounts, the wisdom of Ancient Egypt is revealed through the eyes of a young Her Bak, a candidate for initiation into the Inner Temple The events related take place between the XX and XXI dynasties In this volume Her Bak s training in the living school of Nature and in the Outer Temple unfolds.

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    About "Isha Schwaller de Lubicz"

      • Isha Schwaller de Lubicz

        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.


    356 Comments

    1. It is a bit odd to review this book without adding the second volume, the point at which "things really start to happen" in the series. But this book is an important foundation-stone for that work, which would make little sense without it.Her-Bak is a novel about a young man in ancient Egypt who is taken from his peasant hut to be trained as a Priest. It is fiction, of course, but is based heavily upon the archaeological work of the author and her husband, R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz. It is also un [...]


    2. Schwaller de Lubicz was an unconventional egyptologist. However, he was clear that their understanding of mysticism has never really been surpassed. His wife, who had undertaken esoteric studies in France, became his most effective expositor. In this book we follow the metaphysical journey of Her-Bak, of 'Chick-Pea' as he seeks to become an initiate. Isha uses this as a way of presenting ancient Egyptian philosophy is a way that can make sense for our post-modern minds. This book, remarkably, is [...]


    3. A compreensão de todo o simbolismo exige uma mentalidade diferente da moderna. Para a obter é necessário um esforço de adaptação considerável, coisa que não consegui fazer de modo satisfatório devido ao facto de ter a dificuldade acrescida de o ler numa língua que não a materna. Porém, considero que a minha primeira experiência literária francesa foi suficientemente agradável. Teria apreciado conhecer mais um pouco sobre os deuses egípcios e a cultura desta grande civilização e [...]


    4. A wonderful balance of historical accuracy and insight, it is incredibly well thought out. A few glimmers of ancient wisdom shine through this book like no other- a must read if interested in ancient Egypt, philosophy or spirituality.


    5. Wonderful to be taken on a personal tour of ancient Egypt as seen through the eyes of a boy growing into manhood. Of course, he was one of the lucky ones having been chosen as an initiate into the priestly caste, which for a non blue-blood, was as close to royalty as one could get. Highly informative.


    6. It is very hard to review this book. There is a lot to be gained from it, but a person without an interest in Egyptology may become disinterested with this book rather quickly.


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