From Light Into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt
Have popular modern religions developed out of practices in ancient Egypt? Did religion in Egypt represent only a shadow of the spiritual practices of prehistoric people? This work explores the teachings of the King Akhenaten and the real Moses, the true identity of the Hyksos, and Akhenaten's connections to The Exodus and the Rosicrucian Order.
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