The Canopus Revelation: Stargate of the Gods and the Ark of Osiris: Stargate of the Gods and the Art of Osiris Paperback – 1 Apr 2004
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About the Author
Philip Coppens (1971-2012) was one of the leading contributors to the History Channel's popular series Ancient Aliens and authored six books, including The New Pyramid Age.
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The Author, Phillip Coppens, has applied himself dilligently to the facts and has unearthed what must be one of the most startling re-examinations of Egyptian stellar lore of recent times. The main thread of his argument, that we should radically re-establish our understanding of Ancient Egyptian stellar lore, is based upon his belief that Canpous held an equally important role in Egyptian belief to Sirius - a fact that has been sadly over-looked by Egyptologists due to the star not being visible in the Northern Hemisphere. Not only an our understanding of the Egyptian culture open to question but also all offshoots from the Osirian legends, such as Freemasonry for example, - ideas which may cause many traditional occultists heart palpatations!
I thoroughly recommend this book. It takes a couple of reads to digest the main thesis because it is so new but it is a very satisfying insight into man's esoteric connection to the universe and the mythological themes that even today play through our lives.
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Reading a book by Coppens is much like having a conversation with a really good friend who's super stoked about something but is able to see all sides. You can feel his excitement and passion as you read his words, and it gets you excited, too. At least, it does for me.
Coppens has, through his writing, encouraged me to look at things differently, even though I thought I did. I mean, I did, but he adds a new dimension to things, almost baiting you to look harder. I enjoy this challenge.
He's one of my favorites, one of my Top Go-To guys when it comes to the subject of The Great Unknown. I do enjoy watching him in the Ancient Aliens series as he fires me up as he seems to trip over his own tongue, trying to get his viewpoint across. It's actually quite endearing.
I have great respect for Coppens, and I wish he was still around to let us know more about what he thinks. He has, however, passed into The Great Unknown, and I'm sure he's having a wonderful time!
EXELENT WORK ! (MORE 5 STARS)!
DON'T FORGET IT !!!
MUST BE READING !!!