The Lost Art of Resurrection
For centuries, every esoteric and Gnostic sect knew that the literal interpretation of the
resurrection promoted by the Church was a fraud and with good cause. Thousands of years before Jesus, people from Egypt and China to Celtic Britain and North America practiced a secret, mystical ritual, and its initiates-from Plato to Zoroaster-regarded the experience as the pinnacle of spiritual development, a life-altering awakening that disclosed insights into the nature of reality and the self. But more importantly, as discovered in a text inside a
restricted chamber in Egypt, the experience of resurrection was not meant for the dead but for the living.
Blending ancient traditions, science and rare accounts, this book offers a unique insight into living resurrection, the revelation of Jesus as a reenactment of earlier resurrected gods, the purpose of initiation, the cultures and societies who practiced it, why initiates protected its secrets with their lives, and why the Church preferred you didnít know about this.