The Egyptian Book of the Dead contains a series of statements of morality known as the Forty-Two Declarations of Innocence, upon which the ancients believed that they would be tested after death. Today these statements have found renewed interest among modern Pagans, New-Age spiritualists and students of comparative religion. Here at last is an updated English version, with explanations and commentary for each Declaration. A must-have for those interested in ancient Egyptian religion, as well as how it relates to modern faiths.
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