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The Temple Of Man by Schwaller de Lubitz

This monumental work is THE single most important study on Ancient Egypt from the esoteric Symbolist perspective. Translated into English for the first time, The Temple Of Man represents the culmination of twelve years of intensive fieldwork on the Temple of Luxor by one of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century.

This beautiful two-volume set reveals the mathematical, medical and metaphysical sophistication of Ancient Egypt. It demonstrates clearly that Ancient Egypt, not Greece, was the cradle of Western science, culture and civilization!” Moreover, Schwaller de Lubitz was THE first to propose an advanced preexisting civilization before Egypt, and to suggest that the Sphinx is water eroded; which has only been scientifically demonstrated beyond doubt in the last few years. These ideas have become popular recently through writers like Graham Hancock and others.

If Sacred Science and Ancient Mysteries fascinate you, if you want to delve deep into the secrets of Ancient Egypt, then The Temple of Man is indispensable. It is the grandfather, the sourcebook, for most of what has been written since about Ancient Egypt from the esoteric perspective. Highly Recommended.

Published by Inner Traditions. 1088 Pages. 2 Large Volumes.

 

 

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