The Book of Doors Divination Deck

An Alchemical Oracle from Ancient Egypt
By (author) Alison Davidson
By (author) Athon Veggi
The Book of Doors Divination Deck
An Alchemical Oracle from Ancient Egypt
By (author) Alison Davidson
By (author) Athon Veggi

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Pages : 256

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9780892815128

Imprint : Destiny Books

On Sale Date : November 01, 1994

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This entirely new divination system accesses the ancient knowledge of Egypt, enabling you to unlock your intuitive abilities and call upon the energy of the Egyptian deities, whose powers transform both matter and spirit. Includes paperback book with 65 full-color cards and die.

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About The Book of Doors Divination Deck

The Book of Doors presents an entirely new divination system that accesses the ancient knowledge of Egypt, enabling you to unlock your intuitive abilities and call upon the energy of the Egyptian deities, whose powers transform both matter and spirit. 
Table of Contents

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The Book of Doors Divination Deck
An Alchemical Oracle from Ancient Egypt

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1   Alchemy: The Sacred Science of Ancient Khem
2   Neter, Number, and Sound
3   The Art of Divination: Approaching the Oracle
The Doors
4   Neter Neteru
5   Tepi-Aui-Un: The Family of the Eight Primordials
6   Pet: The Family of Heaven
7   Aakhut: The Family of Fire
8   Aah: the Family of the Moon
9   Ra: The Family of the Sun
10  Nef: The Family of the Wind
11  Ta:  The Family of Earth
12  Duat:  The Family of Duat
13  Divinatory Meanings of the Doors
Appendix: A Comparison of the Doors with the Traditional Tarot
Reference Works
Index

Author Bio
Italian artist and architect Athon Veggi has conducted extensive research into the archetypal relationships between place, art, and architecture in Egypt, the Middle East, and India. Alison Davidson, a teacher of esoteric traditions in her native New Zealand and the United States, is a writer and editor for the Borderland Sciences Research Foundation.
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