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Sacred Symbols of the Dogon
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Table of Contents

Foreword by John Anthony West

Acknowledgments


ONE Introduction to Dogon Science in the Egyptian Hieroglyphs

TWO Science and the Structure of Matter

THREE Dogon Cosmology

FOUR Dogon Symbols and Egyptian Glyphs

FIVE Defining Egyptian Glyphs

SIX Egyptian Concepts of Astrophysics

SEVEN Egyptian Glyphs, Words, and Deities

EIGHT The Nummo Fish

NINE Symbolic Structure of the Egyptian Language

TEN The Tuat

ELEVEN Egyptian Phonetic Values

TWELVE Revisiting the Symbolism of Dogon Cosmology

THIRTEEN Conclusion

Afterword

APPENDIX A Egyptian Glyphs by Concept

APPENDIX B Ideographic Word Examples

Notes

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

Laird Scranton is an independent software designer who became interested in Dogon mythology and symbolism in the early 1990s. He has studied ancient myth, language, and cosmology since 1997 and has been a lecturer at Colgate University. He is the author of The Science of the Dogon and also appears in John Anthony West's Magical Egypt DVD series. He lives in Albany, New York.

Reviews

"Sacred Symbols of the Dogon will challenge the reader to seriously consider that ancient civilizations possessed a scientific sophistication rivaling our present-day theories of matter and the fundamental forces of physics. Highly recommended for anyone who has questioned the mainstream view of ancient civilization as scientifically primitive." * John Dering, chief scientist for lasers and special projects at Scientific Applications & Research A *
"Scranton relates complex and difficult topics in a simple and straightforward manner that, while requiring attention to detail, leads to significant and rewarding realizations." * David Paulsen, New Age Retailer, Mar/Apr 2008 *
". . . an important tome in a larger body of work which points towards a 'lost chapter' in human history, pre-dating the last ice age." * Neil Hudson, Yorkshire Post, Apr 2008 *
"An exciting thesis to make us all think." * Nexus New Times Magazine *
" . . . here the Dogon symbols are revealed in a discussion of ancient Egyptian languages and scientific parallels sure to interest any New Age collection interested in scientific foundations of early Egyptian history." * The Midwest Book Review, Jan 2008 *
"From consideration of the scientific components of matter, the massless waves through to the nature and form of the atom the author weaves an eye-opening and challenging vista upon ancient and supposedly primitive, cultures whose true nature and form we have yet to fully comprehend." * Mysteries of Sirius, October 2013 *

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