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Egyptian Magic
  • Egyptian Magic

    Egyptian Magic

    Author - E. A. Wallis Budge

    15cm x 12.3cm, 234 pages, Paperback

    Arkana, Penguin Books / 1988


      Although a belief in magic predated a belief in God in ancient Egypt, study of the religious texts has revealed that for the Egyptians, religion and magic were inseparable.

      Throughout their development into one of the most highly intellectual peoples, the Egyptians had a widespread belief in spells, magical names, amulets and enchantments that gave them the reputation of being at once the most religious and the most superstitious of races.

      In this highly informative study, Sir E. A. Wallis Budge examines the close connection between magic and religion in ancient Egypt and describes many of the religious-magical ceremonies and practices, including details of spells, formulae and so on. Covering all aspects of magic-dreams, ghosts, lucky and unlucky days, horoscopes, and a great deal more - Egyptian Magic, first published in 1899, is a fascinating and comprehensive work that elucidates a little-explored subject and remains the standard authority in the field.


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