Luxor Temple in relation to the different ages of man.
The successive enlargements of Luxor Temple in relation to the different ages of man. This work, written following some ten years of research on Luxor Temple, presents an indisputable case regarding the guiding symbolism applied to the architecture of one of the best known sanctuaries of Pharaonic Egypt. Based on surveys of a precision never previously achieved in the field of archaeology, the book by R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz analyses the successive enlargements of Luxor Temple, relating them to the different ages of man. The entire temple thus takes on the appearance of the Microcosm of man, in other words the morphological projection of the cosmic principles functionally located in different areas of the heavens. Written by a philosopher, the work will reach, through all the precision it offers on Ancient Eastern wisdom, a public far beyond the sole domain of Egyptology, who it provides with an entirely new perspective. Essential reading for anybody interested in the geodetic, astronomic and physiological knowledge of Antiquity.
|Author||R.A. SCHWALLER DE LUBICZ|
|Type of book||Broché|
|Dimensions||14 x 22|