BOOK REVIEW: “The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt” by Edward F. Malkowski

The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt (Amazon) (Goodreads)
  • Title: The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt: Sacred Science and the Mystery of Consciousness (Goodreads)
  • Author: Edward F. Malkowski
  • Publication: Inner Traditions (Oct. 3, 2007)
  • Pages: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • Source: Library
  • Rating: 2/5 stars

Before reading The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt, I thought Edward Malkowski would present an in-depth discussion how the ancient Egyptians  blended spirituality and technology with the products made out of it.

Nope, none of that!

I received a load of anthropology, the Lost Gospels, Moses, Greek philosophers, and more quantum physics than I desired. Overall, the author made an interesting point how religion and science today is possibly rooted from the ancient Egyptians. Thumbs up for Malkowski on that!

The book had its ups and downs. It was exciting when the author focused on ancient Egypt but tedious when he went on forever on the non-related subjects barely mentioning the Egyptians’ connection to them. I hoped Malkowski would explain the ancient Egyptians’ spiritual/scientific purpose for building their temples and pyramids (besides the obvious) but he barely made a clear mark.

I would’ve had a better experience with this book if it mainly focused on ancient Egypt. There were maybe three major chapters dedicated to them. If you’re interested in modern science, this book is definitely for you! Despite my disappointment, Malkowski made some excellent scientific discussions. His answers simply contrasted with my questions.

Have you read this book before or any works of Edward F. Malkowski?


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