Arthur Weigall has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. Arthur Weigall’s most popular book is Alexandre le Grand. More by Arthur Weigall. Tutankhamen, and Other Essays. Arthur Weigall. Paganism in Our Christianity. Arthur Weigall. from: $ A History of the Pharaohs. Arthur Weigall & the Curse of King Tut! Visit this site dedicated to providing information, facts and history about Arthur Weigall & the Curse of King Tut. Fast and.
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Of course, Jehovah’s Witnesses who suggest such things have never held the actual book in their hands or read it for themselves.
At Luxor, Arthur Weigall threw himself with immense energy into aspects arthr the job that in his view had been somewhat neglected by his predecessor — athur the protection and conservation of monuments that were steadily vanishing into the ravenous markets of Europe and North America. Jewish Sabbath and the Sunday Lord’s Day both of pagan origin: So Arthur Weigall went from an unconventional home life in Salford to Wellington Collegea school with strong establishment and military connections.
To ask other readers questions about A Passion for Egyptplease sign up. As his granddaughter shows in this perhaps overly defensive biography, he labored tirelessly to save Egypt’s archeological treasures from thieves, antiques dealers, public work projects such as the Aswan Dam and amateur excavators. January Learn how and aryhur to remove this template message.
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Your contact arthhur Loyalty Scheme. Let me give you two examples of what Weigall actually believes himself about what he calls, “true Christianity. Arthur Weigall then came into almsot immediate opposition with Lord Carnarvon due to the exclusive rights on the story that Lord Carnarvon had granted to the rival, The Times newspaper. Books by Arthur Weigall. Invalid email or password combination.
Weigall, Arthur: The Paganism in Our Christianity
An association with film began: Almost all of Christianity is weigalp pagan origin! The finding of the tomb of Yuaa and Tuau during these excavations was an event only eclipsed by Lord Carnarvon’s recent discovery, and one which came somewhere near to the standard of romance set by the novelists.
Xavier Alexandre rated it really liked it Jan 17, Then once more we descended, and made the preliminary arrangements for the cataloguing of the antiquities. The origin of the seven-day week which was used by the Jews and certain other peoples, but not till, later by the Greeks or Romans, is to be sought in some primitive worship of the moon The Paganism in Our Christianity, Arthur Weigall,p, Views Read Wiegall View history.
At LuxorArthur Weifall threw himself with immense energy into aspects of the job that in his view had been somewhat neglected — the protection and conservation of monuments that were steadily vanishing into the ravenous markets of Europe and North America.
As Weigall says himself in his extensive introduction:. Mat rated it liked it Oct 14, Alexandre Croteau-pothier rated it really liked it May 30, The Egyptian staff regarded the incident as a warning from the spirit of Tutankhamun against further intrusion on the privacy of the tomb. Bethany marked it as to-read Jun 28, Weigaol only screened from the teeming life of the Nile valley by a wall of cliffs, it seemed to be infinitely remote and unearthly–a sterile, echoing region of the Underworld or a hollow in the mountains of the moon Paul, whose figure, like a cloud, intervenes between the Christian and the [true] historic Jesus.
He was after all a great mind and a powerful spirit. This page was last edited on 30 Octoberat The truth is, Wiegall really does trash the whole of Christianity.
Want to Read saving…. Perhaps people felt that weigal excavation was a disrespectful act of violation and that the idea of the Curse of King Tut was a justified form of revenge on any invaders of his tomb.
For example, she cites Carter’s biographer regarding the Carter-Weigall conflict and then analyzes it for anti-Weigall bias. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. View Full Version of PW. I think we all felt we were face to face with something which seemed to upset all human ideas of time and distance.