Effective Egyptian Magic Spells 4: Ancient Cheat Codes, by Horus Michael. Learn to increase one's innate Psychic Potential by practicing Ancient Egyptian Magic Spells. A variety of knowledge and Magic Spells are covered in this book. Develop your willpower (KA) and defend your family or friends with Protection Spells or Counter Magic and Weather Spells. Influence the Stock Market or your future employment opportunities with Wealth Spells. Heal illnesses or injuries with Healing Energy (naturally found in the Equator or Tropics). Find Justice with Court Spells or rule a nation with City Spells, Love or Peace Spells, Illusion and Attraction Spells. Don't leave Earth without first checking out the Spells for the Afterlife. A special section is devoted purely for Egyptian Reconstructionist ideology - included are Divine Names, Purifications, Ancient Egyptian Calendar Holidays, Bibliography, the recreated Temple Drama of Osiris, basic Temple design, tools, offerings and sacred duties. Copyright 2016 Horus Michael, All rights reserved.
In this practical manual, Eleanor Harris takes the reader step by step through ancient Egyptian religions and magical philosophy thousands of years old. Drawing on instruction found in such texts as The Leyden Papyrus and The Papyrus Ani (the Egyptian Book of the Dead), the author reveals such secrets as how to invoke Egyptian gods and spirits for divination and magic; scry with fire, oil, and water; evoke messengers and spirits of the dead; and cast spells for love, protection, and healing. Also included are detailed how-to instructions for making authentic ancient Egyptian clothing, amulets, and more to evoke the magic of ancient Egypt. This new edition of a Weiser classic features a foreword by Normandi Ellis, author of Awakening Osiris.
Middle Egyptian introduces the reader to the writing system of ancient Egypt and the language of hieroglyphic texts. It contains twenty-six lessons, exercises (with answers), a list of hieroglyphic signs, and a dictionary. It also includes a series of twenty-six essays on the most important aspects of ancient Egyptian history, society, religion, literature, and language. Grammar lessons and cultural essays allows users not only to read hieroglyphic texts but also to understand them, providing the foundation for understanding texts on monuments and reading great works of ancient Egyptian literature. This third edition is revised and reorganized, particularly in its approach to the verbal system, based on recent advances in understanding the language. Illustrations enhance the discussions, and an index of references has been added. These changes and additions provide a complete and up-to-date grammatical description of the classical language of ancient Egypt for specialists in linguistics and other fields.
Whether you need a trustworthy guide for your class to follow or are looking for additional commentary on the International Sunday School Lessons (ISSL) Outline Series, the International Bible Lesson Commentary offers time-tested, in-depth, easy-to-follow outlines. This comprehensive resource has everything you need for a full year of lessons: 52 lessons that follow the ISSL Scripture Sequence Complete texts in NIV Discussion topics for adults, youth, and children Introductions, discussion questions, and relevant life applications for each week of the year In-depth Bible-based commentary that gets to the heart of each passage Insights to help you discover new meaning from each text This verse-by-verse commentary has brought careful evangelical scholarship to Bible teachers for over 130 years! Get ready to bring new understanding and life-changing relevance to your lessons.
This monograph presents the most comprehensive investigation yet made into the healing activity of the Early Church. In contrast to early skeptics such as B. B. Warfield, the author is convinced that there was a vigorous healing ministry in the centuries that followed the apostles, though it fluctuated somewhat and changed its mode. Exorcism is prominently attested throughout the period. The pre-Nicene Fathers recognized its great apologetic value as a dramatic demonstration of the superiority of Jesus Christ over pagan gods. Interest in healing miracles per se appears to have been particularly characteristic of the less educated members of the Church and those who were chaste in their devotion to the cause of Christ. Among these groups, gifts of healing were found, becoming rare it seems by the mid-third century but well attested again later in monastic circles.