Winged Pharaoh Author:Joan Grant In ancient Egypt, a pharaoh who was also qualified, by extrasensory powers and special training, to be a priest, was called a "winged pharaoh." This facinating novel,which has had eighteen hardbound printings in England, is the first-person story of a princess of ancient Egypt who becomes such a ruler. — Winged Pharaoh re-creates the life of anci... more »ent Egypt with a color and force reminiscent of Marguerite Yourcenar's Memoirs of Hadrian. At the same time, it affirms the immortality of the human soul as Sekeeta, the princess, expands the power of her mind, freeing it from her body to travel in time and space, and masters the secrets of reincarnation--to help herself rule wisely, and with justice.
"Interesting, very well written, with plenty of variety and many vivid scenes...a book of fine idealism, deep compasion and a spiritual quality pure and bright as flame."