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Man, Know Thyself is a non-fictional account of the Ancient Egyptian notion of the soul. The material covers twelve of the most important elements of the human soul in ten chapters. The author expounds on the elements of soul such as Khaibit, Ba, Ka, Khat, and Sahu as the foundational aspects of being. The book explains the soul using the actual terms used in Ancient Egypt, therefore, to facilitate the transition between the Eastern knowledge paradigm and the Western knowledge paradigm, the author uses Holy Scripture as a tool to demonstrate how both systems center on the same understanding of the soul. As the material progresses from a discussion on the soul's shadow existence, to the living soul, and into the notion of the soul's immortality, the book covers the true meaning behind the Egyptian idea of transcendence and why it was so important to their world view.

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