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The Temple in Man: A Treasury of Feasts and Festivals (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. Mai 1982

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R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz (1887-1961) was one of the most important philosophers, mathematicians, and Egyptologists of this century. His elucidation of the temple at Luxor and his presentation of the Egyptian understanding of a special quality of innate consciousness form a bridge that links the sacred science of the Ancients to its rediscovery in our own time.


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wer die john anthony west-bücher kennt, in denen schwaller de lubicz immer wieder zitiert wird ohne dass man die meisten gedankengänge wirklich nachvollziehen kann, hat hier endlich die gelegenheit mal direkt was von diesem außerordentlichen forscher zu lesen und dann möglichst an ort und stelle aufzusuchen, nämlich im tempel in luxor.
viele fotos belegen die genauigkeit seiner untersuchung und gedanken. leider ist der tempel so stark restauriert, dass vieles nicht mehr zu sehen ist, aber das, was noch sichtbar ist, reicht vollauf zu einem sehr vertieften und authentischen verständnis. alledings bleibt das eine oder andere rätsel, aber das macht nichts. interessant ist der ansatz von schwaller aufgrund genauester jahrelanger untersuchung und vermessung des tempels zu seinen ergebnissen zu kommen und dabei überzeugendes über das "pharaonishce denken" zu finden. mir ging es dabei so, dass ich einiges von meiner faszination in bezug auf ägypten verstehen konnte. absolut lesenswert und dabei kurz und kompakt, kein esoterisches geschwalle.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Unheralded genius 9. Februar 2008
Von Mark Gibbs - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Magnificent. This short book is work of genius. It is not surprising that academics ignored it when it was first published in 1949 - and continue to do so. Of course, most thinking people are dubious of Egyptologists - they still can't explain how the pyramids were built - but de Lubicz proves that a profound ideology underpinned Pharaoh's Egypt. Its focus was less on pagan deities and fanciful notions of the afterworld, and more on a comprehensive knowledge of the human being, physical and spiritual. This understanding was inherited by medieval hermeticists and alchemists. This is a positive and uplifting book, and though the language is somewhat dated, don't let that put you off.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Work of a master, awkward to read 14. Februar 2014
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Schwaller de Lubicz basically recovered [aspects of] the original consciousness of KMT at least in regards to their temple building and artwork. People like John Anthony West have further interpreted Schwaller in books like Serpent in the Sky. This entire subject of symbolist Egypt and KMT are a wide field worth your attention if you REALLY want to know what KMT was about.

However, this book is a really awkward tome to slog through. I don't know if it's because of Schwallers original work as I don't read French. I'm suspecting it's a combination of some cryptic phrasing in the original. But the the time it get's over into English this can be painful in parts to read. There is weird phrasing, bad sentence structure, and outright typos throughout the text. The book starts slow and then really does not hit it's rhythm until about the 70% mark. I just cannot really recommend this book if you have at all either heard of Schwallers work or seen the Magical Egypt series that JAW did especially the episode on the Luxor temple. It's laid out in that video much clearer than you will find here.

So, for Schwaller fans, better choices are to re-read Serpent in the Sky and/or save up for The Temple Of Man which is Schwallers main compilation. This book was kinda disappointing to read.

The meat of the book is on the last page in the Conclusions regarding the Temple of/in Man in Luxor. This is the clearest part of the entire treatise.

Conclusions

The elements observed in the Temple of Luxor prove:

1. That the pharonic temple has a didactic purpose; hence every detail has its import.
2. That the entire value is accorded to the teaching; the technical aspect is subordinated to this aim.
3. That there is, in the inscription by means of texts and figurations, a method for translating a philosophically ordained thought.
4. That symbolism is the method of transcription of the thought of the Ancient Egyptians, in writing and in figuration as well as in the architecture.
5. That there is a precalculated program, realized through Time by successive Kings, heirs of the tradition.
6. That the monument is constructed (contrary to our current principles of architecture) on several axes; that each axis has a meaning, and that this meaning dictates the meaning of the parts subordinate to it.
7. That there is, in pharonic Egypt, deogetic, astronomical, and physicological knowledge surpassing that which Egyptology has hitherto been able to concede.

NETER MEANS PRINCIPLE OF LIFE,
AND THE TEMPLE IS ITS HOUSE
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Esoteric Theories About The Ancient Egyptians 31. Januar 2013
Von Jeff Marzano - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is I guess an attempt to explain some of the secret knowledge that the ancient Egyptians possessed. I have no doubt that they did indeed possess such knowledge.

I thought the translator's forward at the beginning of the book was excellent and it captures the essence of the book including the potential problems for us today of being able to think in the same way as the ancient Egyptians.

One point of the book seems to be that once we take these concepts and reduce them to something we can describe using our form of language we have already lost much of the true and original meaning. Translator Robert Lawlor uses the example of how the Egyptians viewed numbers differently than we do now. He says the Egyptians considered numbers to be 'concrete definitions of energetic formative principles of nature'.

In some ways this entire book is like one of those Egyptian symbols which mean much more than the words alone literally explain. There are many mysterious ideas, both literally described and indirectly implied, contained in this short book.

Schwaller felt that the Temple Of Luxor was designed based on universal principles and proportions that occur in the human body. The temple corresponds to a human being at several different ages from childhood up to adulthood. He talks about the Golden Number which people think occurs in living organisms in nature.

Shwaller felt that the Egyptian temples were alive somehow. This reminds me of Christopher Dunn's groundbreaking book The Giza Power Plant which indicates that the Great Pyramid was at one time a working machine.

I don't doubt that the things Scwhaller believed were true in many cases and this knowledge could have profound implications for our world today in the area of medical science.

There's an interesting past life memory in Brian Weiss' book Same Soul Many Bodies. This guy remembered being a priest in very ancient Egypt. He said they used 'energy rods' which generated light and sound to stimulate the human body's ability to regenerate itself. They could for example cause the body to regenerate an arm or leg that had been lost in warfare. These arcane healing arts were practiced in the utmost secrecy in the temples.

This is interesting because regeneration is the new frontier in medicine today. Doctors today are using stem cells and pig tissue to do what the Egyptian priests apparently did using light and sound which are vibrations.

Schwaller believed in the mystical meanings of certain numbers. He uses the terms 'Science Of Numbers' and 'Mathematical Philosophy' in the book.

I definitely feel this book is worth reading for people who are trying to figure out the mysteries of ancient Egypt. However I did not understand everything Schwaller said. Gaining that understanding would probably require repeated exposure to these mystical concepts, perhaps as those concepts are explained by other authors.

Still the book got me curious and I'll probably order another one of Schwaller's books. Even though I didn't understand all the details I feel this book got me thinking in potentially new and different ways.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen what if he is right? 26. März 2003
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This book strikes me as the author's own philosophy projected onto ancient Egypt, which is mysterious enough to allow for any interpretation. But what if he is right? What if they really were the advanced scientists and mystics and founders of alchemy he believes? That would make this an important work indeed.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book! 26. August 2012
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This book and other books that i purchase with amazon is a Eye Awakening to ones being. Reading this book, i have felt as if I've step into the past to receive this wealth of scholared information.
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