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Book List

I have a long, long reading list. I am always adding books to the pile with hardly any time to read them. I thought I would store a list here, and you guys could add input to it.

Feel free to let me know in the comments section which books you are most interested in. Is there a book on my list that you’ve always wanted to know more about? Can’t wait to get a second opinion on something you just finished reading? Let me know in the comments below, and maybe I’ll scoot that title to the top of my list!

Kemetic Books
Hathor Rising by Alison Roberts
Symbol and Magic in Egyptian Art by Wilkinson
Rise and Fall of AE: Toby Wilkinson
Daily Life of the Egyptian Gods: Meeks
The Ancient Egyptians Religious Beliefs and Practices: Rosalie David
Ancient Lives: Daily Life in Egypt of the Pharaohs by John Romer
The Boat Beneath the Pyramid by Nancy Jenkins
Lost Nubia by John Larsen
The Secret of the Great Pyramid by Bob Brier and Jean-Pierre Houdin
MK Art in AE by Cyril Aldred
Ancient Egypt: Foundations of a Civilization by Douglas Brewer
Early Civilizations: AE In Context by Bruce Trigger
Eye of the Sun by Kerry Wisner
Mdw Hwt-Hrw by Kerry Wisner
Song of Hathor by Kerry Wisner
Amulets of AE by Carol Andrews
Dancing for Hathor by Carolyn Graves-Brown
Egyptian Archeology by Willeke Wendrich
AE Literature (OK-NK) by Miriam Lichtheim
Literature of AE by William Kelly Simpson
The Presentation of Ma’at: Ritual and Legitimacy in AE by Emily Teeter
Osiris Death and Afterlife of a God by Bojana Mojsov
The Pyramid Builders of AE by Rosalie David
Temples of AE by Byron Shafer
The Graffiti of Pharaonic AE by Alexander Peden
The Complete Temples of AE by Wilkinson
Temples, Tombs and Hieroglyphs by Barbara Mertz
The Admin of Egypt in the OK by Nigel Strudwick
The Mind of Egypt by Jan Assman
The Role of the Chantress in AE by Suzanne Onstine
Shamanic Wisdom in the Pyramid Texts by Jeremy Naydler

Shinto Books
A New History of Shinto by John Breen and Mark Teeuwen
Kami no Michi by Yukitaka Yamamoto
Shamanism in Japan by William Fairchild
Seeds in the Heart by Donald Keene
Ritual Practice in Modern Japan by Satsuki Kawano

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6 responses to “Book List

  1. Aubs Tea

    February 5, 2012 at 9:09 pm

    Wow. I have none of the AE books you have listed. Hm. I wonder if its lack of reading that makes me feel so unsure…

     
    • von186

      February 5, 2012 at 9:13 pm

      It’s possible. I think it helps to read. It gives you some kind of reference to base your practice off of. However, some books are more valuable than others- depending on what your focus is.

       
      • Aubs Tea

        February 5, 2012 at 9:52 pm

        I don’t know what to focus on, honestly. I think I’d like to try and focus on home practices of AE. …Not that there’s much info on that.

         
    • von186

      February 6, 2012 at 7:18 am

      Yeah, finding information on the laymen of AE isn’t easy, because they didn’t leave a written record. Most people say that what was done in the temples influenced what was done in the avg. person’s home. So that might be a place to start- reading on the priesthood and transforming it into daily practice for the layperson. Most of my daily stuff has either been influenced by Reidy, or comes from my gut. However, my reading my influence me more than I give it credit for *shrug*. I can’t say that I’ve read a book that gives a good overall view of daily practice, most of the books I’ve read talk about culture overall, not just practices.

      As for the books above, I’ve not read of them yet. If you want to get a feel for what I Have read, you’d have to look into my book reviews section. I try to post everything I read (all the way through) in there.

       

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