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This book contains the first published results of Schwaller's 12 years of research at the temple of Luxor and its implications for interpreting the symbolic and mathematical processes of the Egyptians through their sacred architecture.? This book contains the first published results of Schwaller's 12 years of research at the temple of Luxor and its implications for interpreting the symbolic and mathematical processes of the Egyptians through their sacred architecture.?


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This book contains the first published results of Schwaller's 12 years of research at the temple of Luxor and its implications for interpreting the symbolic and mathematical processes of the Egyptians through their sacred architecture.? This book contains the first published results of Schwaller's 12 years of research at the temple of Luxor and its implications for interpreting the symbolic and mathematical processes of the Egyptians through their sacred architecture.?

30 review for The Temple in Man: Sacred Architecture and the Perfect Man

  1. 5 out of 5

    David Beers

    I found as Schwaller De Lubicz by reading the bibliography of works by Graham Hancock and others. This is true esoteric knowledge here, and in my opinion De Lubicz is light years ahead of everyone else as far as understanding Egyptian mythology, religion, and culture. This work is an "entry level" into De Lubicz's work, simply wetting your taste for more. As you read this, you will feel your brain being stretched and pulled into a different configuration, as the knowledge within operates on many I found as Schwaller De Lubicz by reading the bibliography of works by Graham Hancock and others. This is true esoteric knowledge here, and in my opinion De Lubicz is light years ahead of everyone else as far as understanding Egyptian mythology, religion, and culture. This work is an "entry level" into De Lubicz's work, simply wetting your taste for more. As you read this, you will feel your brain being stretched and pulled into a different configuration, as the knowledge within operates on many levels of understanding. One of the hermetic and alchemical masters, his work is a treasure of knowledge.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Giacomo Mantani

    Un riassunto del famoso ed enciclopedico libro Il Tempio dell'Uomo sempre di R.A. Schwaller De Lubicz. Ovviamente per la brevità dell'opera, molti dei concetti sono stati solamente accennati e si è cercato di fare trasparire nel modo più sintetizzato possibile il messaggio che voleva trasmettere l'autore. I concetti fondamentali ripresi sono: Noi dobbiamo, una volte er tutte, concepire il tempio faraonico come un seme che ha in gestazione il proprio frutto. Per loro la costruzione deve vivere, He Un riassunto del famoso ed enciclopedico libro Il Tempio dell'Uomo sempre di R.A. Schwaller De Lubicz. Ovviamente per la brevità dell'opera, molti dei concetti sono stati solamente accennati e si è cercato di fare trasparire nel modo più sintetizzato possibile il messaggio che voleva trasmettere l'autore. I concetti fondamentali ripresi sono: Noi dobbiamo, una volte er tutte, concepire il tempio faraonico come un seme che ha in gestazione il proprio frutto. Per loro la costruzione deve vivere, Herbert Ricke la considera addirittura come "vegetale".La crescita avviene in tre dimensioni; una gestazione è una trasformazione costante sino alla perfezione del seme nuovo. Il mito è un tutto, la sintesi di ogni scienza, dato che trascrive la Conoscenza fondamentale delle Leggi di Genesi che si applicano a tutto. Così i Neter hanno il loro significato, sia in medicina che in astronomia, o in teologia che è la metafisica del Divenire con Ritorno. La mentalità faraonica è tipicamente indiretta. Ci si servirà di una forma definita per evocare l'Idea di questa forma, cioè il complesso astratto che presiede a questa forma definita. Tutto nella Natura che è Viva, è provocato dall'azione del complemento. Questo costituisce l' "incrocio" e il gioco della resistenza. Quando gli Antichi tracciano una figura, non è più la figura che guardano, ma ciò che vi proiettano da se stessi: fisicamente la guardano come un'ombra, un traforo nella luce della sua assenza. Individuano i suoi contorni. Quando tracciano una figura geometrica, non è più questa figura ad interessarli, la la Legge fatale che la impone e la conseguenza fatale che esse provoca. Così la geometria assume lo stesso carattere di vita delle immagini che scolpiscono o tracciano. E' impressionante vedere dalla moltitudine di raffigurazioni riportate nel libro, come ogni dettaglio avesse un senso, una Causa, diventando quindi Simbolo vivente.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mrekhy ET

    «إن الغموض لا يكمن في الشيء نفسه، ولكن في نتيجة فهمنا، وقدرتنا العقلية، وذكائنا الذي لا يتناغم ولا يتوافق مع العقلية التي صنعت الفكرة، وكل ما هنالك أن تعليمنا الحالي يمنعنا من الإعتراف بهذا.» الكتاب ده تجربة ظريفة. هو بيتكلم عن فكرة محورية وهي إن المصريين القدماء كانوا بيبنوا المعابد بأشكال معينة لإيصال فكرة معينة من التصميم، وإن التصاميم دي بتعكس البنية الجسدية للإنسان، وقد إيه إن كل تصميم مليان رموز. رينيه أدولف هنا عايز يوصّل من الكتاب الصغير ده إن المصريين القدماء كان عندهم علم بالفلك والفيز «إن الغموض لا يكمن في الشيء نفسه، ولكن في نتيجة فهمنا، وقدرتنا العقلية، وذكائنا الذي لا يتناغم ولا يتوافق مع العقلية التي صنعت الفكرة، وكل ما هنالك أن تعليمنا الحالي يمنعنا من الإعتراف بهذا.» الكتاب ده تجربة ظريفة. هو بيتكلم عن فكرة محورية وهي إن المصريين القدماء كانوا بيبنوا المعابد بأشكال معينة لإيصال فكرة معينة من التصميم، وإن التصاميم دي بتعكس البنية الجسدية للإنسان، وقد إيه إن كل تصميم مليان رموز. رينيه أدولف هنا عايز يوصّل من الكتاب الصغير ده إن المصريين القدماء كان عندهم علم بالفلك والفيزيولوجيا أكبر بكتير مما كان متعارف عليه في وقت كتابة الكتاب، وبيحاول ينقل على قد ما يقدر روح الحضارة المصرية. الكتاب لغته مش صعبة، ولكن لغة بتحاول تشرح الفكر اللي وضحته فوق، فهي لغة هندسية بشكل كبير، وده اللي هيمنع ناس كتير من الفهم المباشر لقصد وشرح الكاتب، ولكن في نفس الوقت الكاتب عنده بُعد فلسفي وروحي ومفيش نقاش هتشعر قد إيه هو عنده فهم لروح المصريين القدماء، وده اللي بيحاول يعكسه بالفعل طول الكتاب. اللطيف كمان في الكتاب إنه مليان صور ورسومات توضح كلام الكاتب. للأسف الكتاب محتاج حد مهتم أكتر علشان يستثمر وقت أكبر في فهم البعد الروحي في التصاميم الهندسية المصرية القديمة، وأعتقد كمان محتاج فهم ولو بسيط للهندسة والبناء والتصاميم. كان نفسي الكتاب يكون شرح أكتر لفلسفة المصريين القدماء اللي أنا متأكد إن الكاتب متمكن منها؛ لأنه قدر يجذبني بشدّة بملاحظاته البسيطة اللي بين السطور. والترجمة جميلة جدًا.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Frank

    There aren't words for this book. I had the joy of taking it to Luxor and walking through all of SdL's insights. A must for anyone into esoteric Egypt -- who is looking beyond and beneath the beautifully painted facades of this culture. There aren't words for this book. I had the joy of taking it to Luxor and walking through all of SdL's insights. A must for anyone into esoteric Egypt -- who is looking beyond and beneath the beautifully painted facades of this culture.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Impenetrable! It might be genius but from my point of view was just numbers & data not explained in any meaningful way.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Denis Donnelly

    Great information. Unfortunately I am too stupid to understand some of the information.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cesar Alexander Lara

    Muy interesante los estudios y los simbolismos descritos. Ahora toca investigar y no dejar solo la aceptación sin dudar.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Wallace

    Mind blowing

  9. 4 out of 5

    Viktor Shchedrin

    quota = quota=

  10. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Quite hard to read in places (the math places mostly) but overall very interesting. It was weakest where it left math and surveying and went into mystical of the style of turn of the century spiritualists.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    There is much to learn from the ancients -- in many ways they (especially the architects of Luxor) were ahead of us in understanding of the spiritual nature of man and the secrets of the brain. The temple of Luxor is a an architectual puzzle meant to convey wonders of the human body and brain.

  12. 4 out of 5

    AJami Craig

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bryan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  15. 5 out of 5

    Karsten Uphill

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karl

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bob Ladle

    reading this in tandem with De Lubicz's Sacred Science. Both convey a world view that is hermetic. Has whet my appetite to read his Temple of Man. reading this in tandem with De Lubicz's Sacred Science. Both convey a world view that is hermetic. Has whet my appetite to read his Temple of Man.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Paul Harrison

  19. 4 out of 5

    Larry

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bert B.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Devang Parekh

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sidewalk Labs

  23. 5 out of 5

    Terra Triplett

  24. 5 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Romario Campbell

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gareth Fakhry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda Welch

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ross

  29. 4 out of 5

    P.D. Maior

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jack

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