With all of the Egyptian books I’ve reviewed I can normally get a superb sense of the content material, the authors information, and sense of the writers style. It seems from the beginning that this guide will likely be religious by nature. The guide opens with quite a few quotes together with from Leonardo Da Vinci however extra regarding is a quote from fiction author Dan Brown creator of the Da Vinci Code which left me cringing as I’m no fan of contorting historical past to suit right into a narrative regardless of how entertaining.
The creator is seemingly a descendant of Celtic Irish kings and a former United Kingdom police detective the latter offers me some hope of a skilled inquisitive thoughts. The creator believes in paranormal and supernatural powers and on a few events has witnessed dimensional portals open up in entrance of him and different hallucinations. I’m solely on the biography of the creator and trepidation is speeding over this reviewer.
Within the introduction, Mr. Freeley places ahead the very fashionable perception that a complicated civilization has left a message to humanity encoded inside the monuments. This nineteenth-century concept is normally linked completely to the Nice Pyramid. The reader is met with a hieroglyphic alphabet of twenty-two letters which I’ve by no means seen earlier than and are something however Egyptian hieroglyphics. The creator offers dictionary definitions of enlightenment, consciousness, and Kundalini Awakening within the idea of Dharma.
Previous to the authors journey to Egypt, he’s contacted by a UK Psychic who lacks the flexibility to spell correctly. In her notice contains the sentence ” You want to first look handed the tourism” in massive letters. Chapter one opens with Mr. Freeley’s journey to Egypt together with the hope to fulfill the well-known Dr. Zahi Hawass whose final title is misspelled. The chapter ends with one other instance of the misspelled phrase handed when the phrase meant was previous.
In chapter two the creator presents a superb conventional view of Egypt with the idea that slaves constructed the pyramids of which there isn’t any proof for this. Mr. Freeley then begins with explanations of the which means of phrases together with the well-known so-called helicopter discovered carved in a lintel of the temple of Seti I at Abydos. Heli which means Helios/solar and copter with Coptics collectively which means “Christian Egyptian”, and together with the god Horus whose title is an anagram which means hour(s).
The guide strikes ahead to the gods of historic Egypt and the roots of Egyptian royalty and authorities. We for some motive are on to the transcript of the 1953 coronation ceremonies of England’s Queen Elizabeth II which occupies greater than thirty pages of a 131-page guide.
The creator is all over on this guide and can’t be beneficial as severe studying for Egyptologists, and Egyptology lovers. Sadly, the guide is stuffed with spelling errors and doubtful theories that aren’t appropriate for younger folks to study from nor was it significantly entertaining. In the long run “The Secrets and techniques of the Pyramids” ought to stay a secret.