Curated. Occult. Enlightening.
“Magical Egypt - the best documentary series on the real mysteries of ancient Egypt...``
The Magical Egypt Series
A new counterculture of scientists, authors, and researchers is emerging around these unexpected discoveries. The focal point of this counterculture centers on an alternative interpretation of ancient Egypt – not as humankind’s earliest attempts at primitive civilization, but as a fully developed and inexplicably advanced culture, whose scientific and metaphysical achievements we are only beginning to appreciate fully.
Magical Egypt Series Two attempts a forensic reconstruction of this scientific and spiritual knowledge through a study of Ancient Aesthetics.
Featuring and based on the work of John Anthony West.
``I Felt Like I Was Holding Something That Would Incinerate After Viewing``
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OVER 20 FILMS ON SUBJECT INCLUDING
It’s like each series makes a contribution in it’s own right. I’m still processing X, but each time I watch it, it takes you to another level. This is another expansion of the mind, just in a different direction. The focus in ME1 was more of a connection between the external influence on the internal, ME2 was more of an explanation of how they were connected. X seems to focus more on the development and explanation of the internal energy. All, are magnificent.
A beautiful collection of perspectives, with questions and propositions that prod the mind of the thinker to dig deeper, to reflect and experiment. An amazing contribution to the ever evolving knowledge base of this catalytic series.
In a sense it is quite astonishing that it has taken us so long to reach this level of re-understanding our past brilliance. I salute the entire staff of this series for the beautiful rendering of a very complex story-one we really need right now. In an age of almost perfect materialism (including spiritual materialism) it felt highly refreshing and liberating to remember who I am. Many thanks Chance and Vanese especially for this great contribution to esoteric unfolding. Bravo!
There is a quote I like that describes the essence of friendship being the sudden recognition of, “Oh, you too? I thought it was just me.”
There are so many layers to this series, from the music, to the visuals, to the aesthetics, to the intellectual and intense connection of the dots between ancient teachings to perhaps reveal their ultimate wisdom; but it’s a like a comfortable walk in the garden (Gardner?) with a friend and musing philosophically about how and why?
Evoking the amazing insights into Egyptian art and connecting them to these other ancient systems in a way that can truly be called a “sacred science” makes for a very immersive and engaging experience – almost transcendent.
Perhaps the most amazing thing about these episodes is that one would be hard pressed to put them into a category or genre but instead seem a new sort of poetically constructed ode to science and spirituality that is truly unique in my experience.