The EGYPTIAN BOOK OF THE DEAD - with Hephzibah Yohannan
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About The Event
The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead is among the oldest known religious texts in the world. It describes what happens to us after death and gives a guide to survival after we leave our physical bodies. The book will be explored through talks, slides and practical artwork, and will show its relationship to Eugene Halliday’s seminal work, “Reflexive Self-Consciousness”.
Hephzibah Yohannan is Eugene Halliday’s biographer, literary and artistic executor, and publisher. She has a B.A. Hons. degree in Philosophy and a Diploma in Creative Writing, and is editor of the Melchisedec Press. In the 1980s-90s she taught Egyptology and Ancient Egyptian Art for the WEA and the University of Manchester Extra-Mural Department. Hephzibah has been a member of Ishval since its inception in the mid-1960s and is Chair of the Eugene Halliday Association.
Ishval, the Institute for the Study of Hierological Values, now known as the Eugene Halliday Association (EHA), is sister organisation to the International Hermeneutic Society (IHS). Both were founded by Eugene Halliday: the IHS with Khen Ratcliffe, and Ishval with Dr Fred Freeman and David Mahlowe.
- Sold OutNon-Member£50£500£0
- IHS Member£40£400£0