THE BOOK DOCTOR
This incredible story begins in the desert prior to conception, during the return journey from the Northern Greek realm, as the Father, the Egyptian Warrior Pharaoh Amunhotep, is escorting the Princess Tyah, his chosen bride, to her new home. We watch with a birds-eye view the splendid entrance into Thebes, and the welcome the Egyptian people give their new Queen who in time will become Tutankhamun¹s moth.
We re-live the birth of the Crown Prince, and recall his sudden death. Through his eyes we see Œolden-day¹ Egypt: its government, war machine and economics, its customs, philosophies and beliefs, and the peoples¹ total understanding of each lifetime and the next. We see Egypt¹s splendour in its buildings, its people, their clothes and jewellery; and witness the balance and harmony of life from lavish banquets with noisy entertainment, to reflections on sadness, decay and sorrow. We also see its treachery, envy and jealousy, intertwined with malicious actions, which eventually bring the Golden Age of Egypt to an untimely end.
We meet Tutankhamun¹s sister Sasha, and Kalaf, their minder and cousin by birth to Tutankhamun¹s mother, along with Nishie, his much-loved attendant for outings and excursions, and Mei¹ha, Kalaf¹s once school mate, friend and helper. We also meet Ohmar, Amunhotep, Tutankhamun¹s and Sasha¹s teacher, and the unnamed Traveller who assists him during his Initiations, along with his trusted friend, the Vizier and the Seer who helps him with the transition from his physical life. There are his Uncle Akenaton and his famous or infamous wife Nefretiti and their many daughters, one of whom would become Tutankhamun¹s bride Ankhsenamun and who would lose her two unborn children to her own mother¹s jealousy. And there is the head of the garrison, Horemhed, cousin to Tutankhamun¹s father, implicated with the Amun priests and Nefretiti in the deaths of both Amunhotep and Tutankhamun.
Through the Great Mysteries in the Initiation chapter, we see how Tutankhamun returns to the beginning of time as a spirit, to be again as one with the Almighty One, along with the OverSeers or OverLords who are the guardians of the universe. We find out, via his memories, how the pyramids were built and by whom, why the sphynx was built for and why Tutankhamun¹s tomb was not found until early this century - and, we find out who the one to be called Sananda might have been, and how if Sananda had been born at the time, then not only Egypt but this planet may have had a different and better future.
Tutankhamun becomes, in the eyes of the Egyptians, one of the honoured ŒTwice Born¹, and finds, somewhat too late, that his mission in life is over.
I was TUTANKHAMUN¹, way back then in Egypt. We are one and the same spirits, helping to prove re-Incarnation and thus Immortality is a fact, not a fantasy. We all can remember our pasts, when we are guided and instructed correctly by others who know.
This is one of my stories . . .