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From Light into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in



5 thoughts on “From Light into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt

  1. Theresa Crater Theresa Crater says:

    How religion developed out of spirituality


  2. James Williams James Williams says:

    WOWmind blowing and revolutionary read about the evolution of religion and what existed before man tainted spirituality This book reuires individuals who are in search of the truth andor who are trying to have an experience with the alpha and omega that transcends manmade ideals or theories You will be taken on a journey into pre literacy times Khemit and the advent of religious practices It also explores the origins of Judaism oldest documented religion and how other religions share remnants of each other and the hidden truth five stages of the sun I highly recommend this book to people seeking God not religion and those trying to understand the nascent of religion; and the difference between religion and spirituality Dr James Arthur WilliamsAuthor of From Thug to Scholarwwwunmaskytpcom


  3. Derek McPhail Derek McPhail says:

    Stephen Mehler's brilliant book on Kemet provides a uniue insight into the evolution of the Egyptian priest class that explains the original matriarchal culture's transformation into the patriarchal foundation for the later Abrahamic religions Christianity Islam and Judaism I found fascinating his explanation of the complex political situation that evolved with the rise of the revolutionary Akhenaten and his wife and partner Nefertiti who struggled to undermine the power of the priests of Isis and return Egypt to its matriarchal golden age


  4. Steven Lawrie Steven Lawrie says:

    Stephen Mehler From Light Into sic Darkness The Evolution of Religion In sic Ancient Egypt Kempton Adventures Unlimited 2005 229ppThis publication starts off badly and becomes progressively worse Apart from the fact that the author is unable to follow the rules of English grammar in terms of the use of upper and lower case letters in titles p 0 verso a minor sin perhaps the reader already senses a number of alarm bells before the author even gets to grips or otherwise with his subject whatever the latter may be In the ‘Acknowledgements’ section Mehler expresses his thanks to ‘the sprit of Akhenaten without whose life experience and influence this book could never have been possible’ pxiii but Mehler fails to explain by what miraculous means Akhenaten who died ca1336 BC managed to rise from the dead and convey his ‘life experience and influence’ to the author Mehler This curious statement pales however into insignificance in comparison with the preposterous nonsense which follows Already on p2 we are erroneously informed that ‘recent research in uantum and theoretical physics is inexorably heading to a fusion of physics and metaphysics’ No it most certainly is not and Mr Mehler would be well advised to study the works of respected natural scientists such as Lawrence Krauss before firing off such ludicrous claims There are further attempts to hijack the work of real scientists later in this work p6 et alAs an aside Mehler’s deployment of the term ‘inexorably’ reveals much about his failure to understand the nature of scientific enuiry Natural scientists just like genuine academics of every ilk do not ‘inexorably’ head towards a conclusion but rather they test out hypotheses again and again and maintain a healthy sense of doubt and uncertainty The reader already wary given Mehler’s attempted usurpation of uantum physics for his own metaphysical aims is further alarmed by the author’s uestioning of Darwin’s analysis and explanation of evolution Those conversant with Darwin’s On the Origins of Species will be familiar with the manner in which Darwin presents his thesis in a rational manner and develops his argument on the basis of evidence Mr Mehler it would appear has not bothered to read Darwin the title is not listed in what is presumably his bibliography he terms it ‘Selected References’ whatever that is supposed to be; one assumes he means ‘Bibliography’ otherwise he would be familiar with the notion of presenting evidence for one’s arguments Mehler however presents no arguments and no evidence for his assertions One is nothing less than startled to discover on the ‘About the Author’ page p229 that the writer of this work has attained university degrees and one can only conclude that he missed the tutorials which dealt with the topics of academic discourse and the use of evidence to support one’s thesis Mehler continues and presumably he erroneously considers the sentence to constitute evidence for his assertions re Darwin ‘There are researchers currently arguing against all theories of Darwinian evolution that there is no evidence for evolution at all’ but he absent mindedly forgets to state the names of these ‘researchers’ in a footnote Who one wonders are these ‘researchers’? Surely not Richard Dawkins or any of the myriad of other respected evolutionary biologists who would presumably fall over laughing at Mehler’s unfounded assertions Mehler employs this approach ad nauseam The reader is presented with an untiring series of assertions ‘the bias of academia’ ‘the whole incorrect conception of evolution’ p7 and so on and so on without the slightest shred of evidence Instead Mehler discusses ‘statements he completely disagrees with’ p9 Very good Mr Mehler but sadly ‘I disagree with a statement’ is scarcely an argument and Mr Mehler should be aware that he can disagree with a statement until the cows come home but he will impress no thinking person with the expression of his own private and unfounded opinions By page 20 Mehler has also rejected the Big Bang explanation of the universe but again without the slightest vestige of evidence This just happens to be his opinion Having opinions however no matter how improbable and printing them on paper is not the same as expounding a scientific theory Instead of evidence arrived at on the foundation of scientific research Mehler presents the unfortunate reader with a series of scientifically worthless and wholly gratuitous assertions and opinions His evidence if ‘evidence’ be the appropriate expression consists in the ‘teachings’ this word is altogether revealing in terms of the unscientific nature of this publication of one Mr Abd’El Hakim an individual who appears as we learn to have some special and unexplained connection to deeper wisdom or perhaps shallower delusion No one is tempted to state some bloke called Hakim standing on the Giza Plateau spouting pseudo profundities is not a credible source of evidence As if all of the above were not enough Mehler goes on to uestion the generally accepted age of the pyramids against the prevailing scientific consensus and as usual without a shred of evidence for his assertion He then propounds a theory whereby the pyramids were connected by water ‘to produce hydrogen gas for energy’ sic And so on This is not an academic work Nor is this work about ‘The Evolution of Religion in ancient Egypt’ as it is misleadingly subtitled Readers interested in an assortment of unfounded assertions opinions pseudo profundities and metaphysical claptrap should of course go ahead and purchase this work The rest of us should stick with trustworthy academic publications on the subject such as Stephen uirke and Jeffrey Spencer The British Museum Book of Ancient Egypt Nicholas Reeves Echnaton etc etc etc The publication From Light Into sic Darkness The Evolution of Religion In sic Ancient Egypt dwells in its superstitious preoccupations upon the cyclical nature of all things and Mr Mehler will be delighted one assumes to note that at least one copy of his publication will be confirming the cyclical nature of all things by being disposed of in a paper recycling container The author of this review will sadly never again see the £1499 he suandered on this ridiculous book but is cheered in the thought that others will not make the same mistake


  5. Todd Hayen Todd Hayen says:

    Excellent book on the topic of ancient Egyptian alternative history Most material is from the teachings of the Egyptian sage Abd’El Hakim


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From Light into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ From Light into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt By Stephen S. Mehler ✸ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From Light into Darkness Building on the esoteric information first revealed in Land of Osiris this exciting book presents of Abd'El Hakim's oral traditions with radical new interpretations of how rel into Darkness: MOBI í From Light into Darkness Building on the esoteric information first revealed in Land of Osiris this exciting book presents of Abd'El Hakim's oral traditions with radical new interpretations of how religion evolved in prehistoric and dynastic Khemit or Light into Darkness: The Evolution Kindle - Egypt Full description.

5 thoughts on “From Light into Darkness: The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt

  1. Theresa Crater Theresa Crater says:

    How religion developed out of spirituality

  2. James Williams James Williams says:

    WOWmind blowing and revolutionary read about the evolution of religion and what existed before man tainted spirituality This book reuires individuals who are in search of the truth andor who are trying to have an experience with the alpha and omega that transcends manmade ideals or theories You will be taken on a journey into pre literacy times Khemit and the advent of religious practices It also explores the origins of Judaism oldest documented religion and how other religions share remnants of each other and the hidden truth five stages of the sun I highly recommend this book to people seeking God not religion and those trying to understand the nascent of religion; and the difference between religion and spirituality Dr James Arthur WilliamsAuthor of From Thug to Scholarwwwunmaskytpcom

  3. Derek McPhail Derek McPhail says:

    Stephen Mehler's brilliant book on Kemet provides a uniue insight into the evolution of the Egyptian priest class that explains the original matriarchal culture's transformation into the patriarchal foundation for the later Abrahamic religions Christianity Islam and Judaism I found fascinating his explanation of the complex political situation that evolved with the rise of the revolutionary Akhenaten and his wife and partner Nefertiti who struggled to undermine the power of the priests of Isis and return Egypt to its matriarchal golden age

  4. Steven Lawrie Steven Lawrie says:

    Stephen Mehler From Light Into sic Darkness The Evolution of Religion In sic Ancient Egypt Kempton Adventures Unlimited 2005 229ppThis publication starts off badly and becomes progressively worse Apart from the fact that the author is unable to follow the rules of English grammar in terms of the use of upper and lower case letters in titles p 0 verso a minor sin perhaps the reader already senses a number of alarm bells before the author even gets to grips or otherwise with his subject whatever the latter may be In the ‘Acknowledgements’ section Mehler expresses his thanks to ‘the sprit of Akhenaten without whose life experience and influence this book could never have been possible’ pxiii but Mehler fails to explain by what miraculous means Akhenaten who died ca1336 BC managed to rise from the dead and convey his ‘life experience and influence’ to the author Mehler This curious statement pales however into insignificance in comparison with the preposterous nonsense which follows Already on p2 we are erroneously informed that ‘recent research in uantum and theoretical physics is inexorably heading to a fusion of physics and metaphysics’ No it most certainly is not and Mr Mehler would be well advised to study the works of respected natural scientists such as Lawrence Krauss before firing off such ludicrous claims There are further attempts to hijack the work of real scientists later in this work p6 et alAs an aside Mehler’s deployment of the term ‘inexorably’ reveals much about his failure to understand the nature of scientific enuiry Natural scientists just like genuine academics of every ilk do not ‘inexorably’ head towards a conclusion but rather they test out hypotheses again and again and maintain a healthy sense of doubt and uncertainty The reader already wary given Mehler’s attempted usurpation of uantum physics for his own metaphysical aims is further alarmed by the author’s uestioning of Darwin’s analysis and explanation of evolution Those conversant with Darwin’s On the Origins of Species will be familiar with the manner in which Darwin presents his thesis in a rational manner and develops his argument on the basis of evidence Mr Mehler it would appear has not bothered to read Darwin the title is not listed in what is presumably his bibliography he terms it ‘Selected References’ whatever that is supposed to be; one assumes he means ‘Bibliography’ otherwise he would be familiar with the notion of presenting evidence for one’s arguments Mehler however presents no arguments and no evidence for his assertions One is nothing less than startled to discover on the ‘About the Author’ page p229 that the writer of this work has attained university degrees and one can only conclude that he missed the tutorials which dealt with the topics of academic discourse and the use of evidence to support one’s thesis Mehler continues and presumably he erroneously considers the sentence to constitute evidence for his assertions re Darwin ‘There are researchers currently arguing against all theories of Darwinian evolution that there is no evidence for evolution at all’ but he absent mindedly forgets to state the names of these ‘researchers’ in a footnote Who one wonders are these ‘researchers’? Surely not Richard Dawkins or any of the myriad of other respected evolutionary biologists who would presumably fall over laughing at Mehler’s unfounded assertions Mehler employs this approach ad nauseam The reader is presented with an untiring series of assertions ‘the bias of academia’ ‘the whole incorrect conception of evolution’ p7 and so on and so on without the slightest shred of evidence Instead Mehler discusses ‘statements he completely disagrees with’ p9 Very good Mr Mehler but sadly ‘I disagree with a statement’ is scarcely an argument and Mr Mehler should be aware that he can disagree with a statement until the cows come home but he will impress no thinking person with the expression of his own private and unfounded opinions By page 20 Mehler has also rejected the Big Bang explanation of the universe but again without the slightest vestige of evidence This just happens to be his opinion Having opinions however no matter how improbable and printing them on paper is not the same as expounding a scientific theory Instead of evidence arrived at on the foundation of scientific research Mehler presents the unfortunate reader with a series of scientifically worthless and wholly gratuitous assertions and opinions His evidence if ‘evidence’ be the appropriate expression consists in the ‘teachings’ this word is altogether revealing in terms of the unscientific nature of this publication of one Mr Abd’El Hakim an individual who appears as we learn to have some special and unexplained connection to deeper wisdom or perhaps shallower delusion No one is tempted to state some bloke called Hakim standing on the Giza Plateau spouting pseudo profundities is not a credible source of evidence As if all of the above were not enough Mehler goes on to uestion the generally accepted age of the pyramids against the prevailing scientific consensus and as usual without a shred of evidence for his assertion He then propounds a theory whereby the pyramids were connected by water ‘to produce hydrogen gas for energy’ sic And so on This is not an academic work Nor is this work about ‘The Evolution of Religion in ancient Egypt’ as it is misleadingly subtitled Readers interested in an assortment of unfounded assertions opinions pseudo profundities and metaphysical claptrap should of course go ahead and purchase this work The rest of us should stick with trustworthy academic publications on the subject such as Stephen uirke and Jeffrey Spencer The British Museum Book of Ancient Egypt Nicholas Reeves Echnaton etc etc etc The publication From Light Into sic Darkness The Evolution of Religion In sic Ancient Egypt dwells in its superstitious preoccupations upon the cyclical nature of all things and Mr Mehler will be delighted one assumes to note that at least one copy of his publication will be confirming the cyclical nature of all things by being disposed of in a paper recycling container The author of this review will sadly never again see the £1499 he suandered on this ridiculous book but is cheered in the thought that others will not make the same mistake

  5. Todd Hayen Todd Hayen says:

    Excellent book on the topic of ancient Egyptian alternative history Most material is from the teachings of the Egyptian sage Abd’El Hakim

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