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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Weigall’s lovely wife Hortense wrote to him soon after she’d been informed of the discovery, and described her reactions upon reading his letter about the tomb and its contents: In early Howard Carter was staying with Arthur Weigall at Saqqara a vast ancient burial ground, home to the step pyramid designed by Imhotep for King Djoser c.
Views Read Edit View history. I think we all felt we were face to face with something which seemed to upset all human ideas of time and distance. Books by Julie Hankey. When Corinna Smith, artist Lindon Smith’s wife, first entered KV 46, the sight of the ancient relics and mummies proved too much for her altogether, and she burst into a crying fit so severe that she had to be taken from the tomb.
But around this historic figure a mass of pagan legends collected, and a great theological structure grew up [ this theological structure to which Weigall refers, is the idea that Christ died for our sins, which he also rejects, see ‘Blood Atonement’ below ] and today these have to be removed, so that we may get back to the real and credible Jesus.
Vasil Krstevski rated it liked it Oct 06, This was answered by a distant call, and after some moments of alertness on our part we observed two figures approaching us.
BookDB marked it as to-read Nov 16, Want to Read saving…. Later, one of his novels was made into the film Burning Sands by the producer George Melford. It just leaves you wondering how will the world be today if he had lived longer.
JW’s leave the impression that Weigall would exempt JW’s from his comments! Terri added it Jul 27, Weigall, is a modernist and doesn’t believe the Bible is God’s word.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. If a Bible doctrine is found in pagan religions, then the Bible doctrine had its origin in Paganism. Nice book, especially for the readers who love Alexander the Great as a historical character!
For example, she cites Carter’s biographer regarding the Carter-Weigall conflict and then analyzes it for anti-Weigall bias. Susan Morris rated it really liked it Jul 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Arthur Weigall said he felt “pity” for the “ordeal” the mummy faced. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Margaret whiteford rated it it was amazing Jun 30, He remained in Luxor until amidst a time of intense activity — the discovery of the tombs of Yuya and Tuya, KV55 and the tomb of Horemheb – and during this period wrote both a popular biography of Akhnaten and ‘A Guide to the Antiquities of Upper Egypt’.
Jehovah’s Witnesses who try to “rescue their beloved watchtower booklet”, Should you Believe in the Trinity, by saying we misrepresent what Wiegall is actually saying, are merely continuing the long tradition that the Watchtower has in engaging in Satanic deception and misrepresentation. His second marriage to the pianist Muriel Lillie, sister of the comedian Beatrice Lillie returned him to the world of show business as a talented writer of lyrics. The finding of the tomb of Yuaa and Tuau during these artur 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.
Weigall describes emotional reactions even more drastic than his own. Paul, whose figure, like a cloud, intervenes between the Christian and the [true] historic Jesus. Claudiu-Mihai Dumitrescu rated it it was amazing Jul 01, This was a time of intense activity — the discovery of the tombs of Yuya and Tuya arthir, KV55the tomb of Horemhebtravels in the Eastern Deserta popular biography of Akhnatena Guide to the Antiquities of Upper Egypt. Jehovah’s Witnesses must either accept or reject the entire book as a whole.
Although not the most visually spectacular of books on ancient Egyptian art all of the images are weigaol and therefore in black and whitewhat ‘Ancient Egyptian Works of Art’ sought to achieve upon publication was to bring to the public’s attention the artistic evolution of such a great culture. It was too much for him. Egyptology, being in its youth, has had of necessity to remain in the hands of archaeologists; but the time has come for it to submit its material to the scrutiny of ordinary persons of taste, so that Egyptian antiquities may cease to be regarded merely as curios, and that the best may be recognised as glorious weigzll of art.
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After reading the book it becomes clear that whenever Weigall shows “parallels” with Christian doctrine and paganism, what he is really saying, is that the doctrine is false and truly not part of genuine Christianity! In all directions stood objects gleaming with gold undulled by a speck of dust, and one looked from one article to another with weivall feeling that the entire human conception of Time was wrong.
The idea of a ‘Curse of the Pharaohs’ was born following the death of Lord Carnarvon after the tomb of King Tut was excavated and the ideas of people like the Egyptologist and newspaper reporter Arthur Weigall.
Soon after breakfast the wall at the mouth of the tomb was pulled down, and the party passed into the low passage which sloped down to the burial chamber. Return to Book Page. The premise of the entire book is that if something was taught before it was written in the Bible, it is of pagan origin.
In the end, it’s hard to know just what legacy Arthur Weigall left behind—he played too many roles, and this biography reflects that lack of focus.
Alexandre le Grand
As a young widow, his mother, the former Alice Henrietta Cowen, turned missionary in the inner-city slums of late-Victorian England. The Egyptian staff regarded the incident as a warning from the spirit of Tutankhamun against further intrusion on the privacy of the tomb.
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, Gavin marked it as to-read Sep 04, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Christianity has concerned itself so much with this mythical devil” On Page Weigall rejects Paul’s writings as false.