This issue of the Rosicrucian Digest presents a compendium of materials that provide a solid introduction to the most important aspects of the Isis Mysteries....
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isis digest rosicrucian order amorc kindle editions Reviews
A Compendium of Knowledge about IsisThis article contains a plethora of information about Isis from ancient times to modern times. Lucia Chiavola, Ph.D., wrote a wide ranging article about the African Dark Mother--Oldest Divinity We Know. It was excellent. Arthur Versluis, Ph.D., wrote about the Egyptian mysteries of Isis. Caitlin Matthews considered Isis as the "savior goddess the out a very long time in history. An interesting article was Apuleius in the Underworld by John Carey, Ph.D. The most excellent article was by Steven Armstrong, who wrote about The Veil of Isis. It focused on the article in the sense that it was an evolution of an archetype hidden in plain sight. It was a lengthy article, but we'll worth the effort and time. The actually applies to the entire issue. It's well worth a five star rating!
This is definitely an interesting and informative read. There is some information which is slightly inaccurate and the author reaches quite a bit in order to express Isis as everything, but I felt some of it was resonant as true. I would have appreciated more information about Isis as Aset in her Egyptian form, since that's where my primary focus is. I feel this could have done well as a much longer book but it is good for the purpose of covering the basics. I did learn quite a bit from this, so it's definitely worth a read if you get the chance. It's not too long, either, so it can easily be read in a day.