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The Search for Omm Sety [Anglais] [Broché]

Jonathan Cott

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16 novembre 1989
The story of one woman's search for the previous life she led in ancient Egypt, written by a Rolling Stone and New Yorker journalist.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating story, excellent book 15 juin 1999
Par S. A. Felton - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is an absolute must-read for anyone interested in ancient Egypt, reincarnation, astral travel, transpersonal psychology, or even if you want to read a fascinating, mysterious love story over eons of time!
Dorothy Eady, a 3-year old child in England, suffers a fall on some stairs in her home and is pronounced dead by a doctor. She probably has a near-death experience, though this is not claimed in the book. When she regains consciousness, it is as if her current personality has been merged wih the personality (purportedly) of a previous incarnation she had as a temple virgin in Abydos, Egypt. Bentreshyt, her name in that incarnation, had a short-lived affair with Sety the First (father of the famous Ramses II), and became pregnant at the tender age of fourteen. Forced into a confession by the temple priests, Bentreshyt then committed suicide.
Dorothy, just as the central character in "The Wizard of Oz," becomes fixated in finding her true self, and thus spends the rest of her life obsessed with ancient Egypt. She eventually lives in Cairo for 20 years, working in the Antiquities Depaartment, and then moves to Abydos, where she lives for the rest of her life, working at the same Temple of Sety where she had lived 3,000 years before.
Now called Omm Sety, which simply means "Mother of Sety" (she has a son during a short-lived marriage to an Egyptian), Dorothy makes significant contributions to Egyptology as an expert draftsman, writer, and scholar, as well as healing and aiding the local villagers in her "external life." Yet her "internal" life is one that few if any people could ever match! To put it very briefly, she has many meetings, both on the physical and astral planes, with her soulmate, Sety the First.
I will leave it to anyone who reads this review to get the book for the incredible details. The writing and the telling of the story are excellent from beginning to end. The epilogue is also a very stimulating, mostly psychological discussion of such "occult" issues as reincarnation, the nature of the astral body, astral projection, remote viewing, even Shelldrake's morphogenic fields, and more!
Get this book from your library if it is out of stock, as was shown here when I added this review.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindred spirit 2 août 2003
Par Lazaro Lopez - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have to give this book 5 stars, only because when I first read it I felt that sweet Dorothy Eady (Omm Sety) was a kindred spirit. I completely connected with her heart felt love for Ancient Egypt. I am in the process of re-reading this book after 16 years. It lifts my spirits and intrigues me still. I can remember as a child of 7 the enormous flood of emotion when I first saw pictures of Egypt in the encyclopedia. I felt (as Dorothy experienced in the British Museum at the age of 4) that I had once again found my long lost friends and my true "home".I recommend this book for anyone interested in reincarnation, spirituality, astral travel, Egyptian History....or even if you would just like something interesting to read.This book really has the power to transport you to another place & time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 extraordinary love story of 3000 year old link to egypt 1 février 1997
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Jonathan Cott tells his own story of discovering the life of Omm Sety, a twentieth century woman who devoted her entire life to a love affair that began 3000 years ago with the Pharaoh Seti 1. The story is firmly planted in the present but presents a relationship to the past which is as intriguing as it is informative. In reading this book, I learned of a remarkable englishwoman named Omm Sety, a great deal of egyptian history and archaeology, as well as an intriguing glimpse of twentieth century Egypt. Yoko Ono recommends this book and I can understand why, as it speaks to collapsing the barriers we usually experience in our relationship with time, and loss through death. If you experience curiosity on any of the topics I have mentioned you will not be able to put this book down
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 BUY THIS BOOK if you love Egypt! 4 août 2003
Par Naomi Stewart - Publié sur Amazon.com
I had the luck to find this wonderful and EXCELLENT book about an English woman who has an ancient soul-in Egypt!
I read parts of this book all the time. This book is special to me in that I love Egypt and the people who made it thousands of years ago. Omm Sety (Dorothy Eady) will tell you her experiences with her lover, Sety I. There is factual material on Abydos and the temples of Osiris (the Osirion). Any information you want about King Sety I that you will not find anywhere else, is included here.
It is co-written by Hanny El Zeini, an Egyptologist, who owned his own company in Egypt.
Omm Sety has extensive knowledge about hyroglyphics and Egyptian temples.
I love this book most because it brought out a long ago memory of a love I once had, a forbidden one (tee-hee).
Buy this book, or at least, check it out!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing 24 août 2005
Par kevertkuhn - Publié sur Amazon.com
One of the most entertaining books I have read in a long time. Interesting detailed look into the life of Omm Sety. A lot of educational information as well. Loved it!
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