Albert Churchward - Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man - 1910

Albert Churchward - Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man - 1910
Esoterie, Religie - Aantal: 1 - Boek

Churchward, Albert Dr. (Author of "Origin and Antiquity of Freemasonry", etc.)
Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man - Being an Explanation of the Evolution of Religious Doctrines From the Eschatology of the Ancient Egyptians. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co. /
New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1910. With 186 Illustrations

1 vol big in-8° (25,5 x 18 x 4,5 cm). Red linen hardcover, gilt embossed front board. XXIII+449 p. One long (24,5 x 80 cm) fold-out plate as frontispice, reproducing an Egyptian papyrus of the "Judgement Scene — Ani's Heart Being Weighed in the Balance." 17 full-page illustrations in collotype (some folding), and 168 monochrome text illustrations.

"In writing the explanation of the Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man, I have gone back to the foundation of the human as a beginning, and traced these signs from the first Pygmies, and their then meaning, up to the latter-day Christians, and shown the evolution and meaning of the same, back to the Primordial Signs and Symbols and Sign Language, which have never been studied or taken into account either in Freemasonry, the Christian doctrines or the Eschatology of the Egyptians."

Contents: Freemasonry Generally, Totemism; Hieroglyphics; Remains of Ritual found amongst the Zapotecs, Mexicans, People of Yucatan and Central America; Myths and Legends same as Egyptian; Tribes of West Africa; Birthplace of Man and various Exodes; The Pygmies; Druids and Israelites; Chaldeans; Origin of the Zodiac; Oriental Origins; The Incas; The Buddhists; Steller to Solar Mythos; Origins and Explanations of Other.

Condition: Red linen cover with traces of fading, particularly the spine and back board. Interior clean, in excellent condition, exempt of any foxing.

Weight: 1,9 kg.

Aantal boeken
Esoterie, Religie
Auteur/ Illustrator
Albert Churchward
Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man
Publicatiejaar oudste item.
Eerste druk
Oorspronkelijke taal
London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co
Harde kaft
Aantal pagina‘s.
25,5×18 cm
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