Gerald Massey's Lectures

Gerald Massey's Lectures

by Gerald Massey

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One of the more sensational aspects of Massey's writings (visible in this book) were the parallels he drew between the Christian god Jesus of Nazareth and the Egyptian god Horus. These comparisons are primarily contained in his book The Natural Genesis. Massey's writings on this subject have influenced various later authors such as: Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Tom Harpur, and Acharya S.
In regards to Egyptology, Massey first published The Book of the Beginnings, followed by The Natural Genesis. His most prolific work is Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World, published shortly before his death.His work, which draws comparisons between the Judeo-Christian religion and the Egyptian religion. You can see these themes surfacing in his lecture collection, published hereon.

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BN ID: 2940012637277
Publisher: Ancient Wisdom Publications
Publication date: 02/11/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 401 KB

About the Author

Gerald Massey (29 May 1828 - 29 October 1907) was an English poet and self-styled Egyptologist. He was born near Tring, Hertfordshire in England.
Massey's parents were poor. When little more than a child, he was made to work hard in a silk factory, which he afterward deserted for the equally laborious occupation of straw plaiting. These early years were rendered gloomy by much distress and deprivation, against which the young man strove with increasing spirit and virility, educating himself in his spare time, and gradually cultivating his innate taste for literary work.

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