Do You Believe in Magic?
The Ancient Egyptians did.
Or did they?
Did they really know some technical knowledge that has since been lost.
You know, kinda like what someone from maybe a hundred years ago would think of a Bic lighter.
If you believe in Magic, come along for the ride while young Prince Tut begins to learn the basics.
The Boat of a Million Years has arrived.
And is picking up passengers.
The Solar Boat is about to depart.
Are you ready for the ride of your life?
The Sun Child, Prince of Egypt
What do Harry Potter and King Tut have in common?
Magic! Magic School!
- Both young boys,
- both in school,
- both learning Magic,
- both with natural magical powers, and
- both with powerful enemies on the side of Darkness.
The Ancient Egyptians stressed the power of words, their symbols. Their Sacred Symbols, what we now call hieroglyphs, had to be used precisely and correctly. The way they were written, pronounced and used, had to be the same.
Modern day “Magick” practices stress the same thing. So does computer languages, scientific formulas.
If you’ve seen the Harry Potter movies, did you notice what happens when a spell is mispronounced?
In this series of novels about King Tut, there is Magic, Ancient Egyptian Magic secrets.
When 10- year-old Prince Tutankhaten became King of Egypt, he also inheritied the role of Master Magician.
The Ancient Egyptians were known as a Land of Magicians, and the Pharaoh was also known as the ‘Master Magician in the Land of Magicians’. How does that apply to our modern-day world? What could possibly be the basis for that ancient belief?