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Gates of life

Edwin Björkman

Gates of life

by Edwin Björkman

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Published by Alfred A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Sequel to : The soul of a child.

Statementby Edwin Björkman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.B554 Ga, PS3503.J6 Ga
The Physical Object
Pagination384 p. ;
Number of Pages384
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6659646M
LC Control Number23026336
OCLC/WorldCa963533

  THE MAJOR GATES THAT OPEN UP THE LIFE OF A MAN. 1. The head gate: The Bible says, “Lay hands suddenly on no man, so that you will not be a partaker of his iniquity” (1 Timothy ). Generally, people pray for others while laying hands on their heads. Likewise people are generally anointed on the head.   Now, the original language translated as “gates” in the King James Version is transliterated as shahar. It is used in expressions such as “gates of death” (Psalms ), “gate of the Lord” (Psalms ), and “gate of heaven” (Genesis ).” [ii] There is something most intriguing about this word. Ugaritic is a language.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Latest printing, "--Title page verso. Description: x, pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility. In structure the Book of Gates similar to that of the Amduat. However, there are some notable differences; the last three hours contain depictions of the judgment of the dead; only Sia and Hu and Heka consistently travel with the sun god; four human beings tow the sun barque; instructions for the use of the book are replaced by instructions regarding offerings; and (most notably) each hour in.

"Tarot and The Gates Of Light is an artfully creative book that is inspiring in its originality. Blending the ancient wisdom traditions of Judaism and Buddhist practice with the oracle cards in a novel and practical way, it is an essential volume for a wide range of readers--ideal for tarot readers who are new to Kabbalah as well as those, like. “an excellent example of Gates’s ability to maintain high standards of scholarship while making a broad, dense subject accessible to a modern audience A remarkable accomplishment that should endure through many editions. Highly recommended.” –Choice “Reading Life Upon These Shores is like walking through history one day at a time.


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