civilization of Ancient Egypt lasted longer than the entire span of
what we have come to accept as 'recorded history': over three thousand
years. During these millenia the Egyptians
developed a multitude of gods and goddesses, as well as esoteric
practices that we are still unravelling
the meaning of. Besides this, Egypt
was the source of the first true monothestic
religion, under the pharaoh Akhenaton. This rich tradition was mostly
unknown until the early nineteenth century, when the Egyptian language
was finally deciphered.
The Pyramid Texts Samuel A. B. Mercer,
is the oldest sacred text in the world that we know of, dating back to
3100 B.C.E. The Pyramid Texts are funerary
inscriptions from the early pyramids. This was the first translation of
the Pyramid Texts into English, and this etext
is the first time it has appeared on the Internet.
The Egyptian Book
of the Dead E. A. Wallis Budge, translator .
The best known Ancient Egyptian sacred
text, which describes the journey into the afterlife.
The Egyptian Heaven and Hell by E. A. Wallis Budge
A journey through the night side of the
Ancient Egyptian cosmos.
Vol. I: The Book of the Am-Tuat
Vol II: The
Book of Gates
Vol III: The
Egyptian Heaven and Hell
The Liturgy of
Funerary Offerings by E. A. Wallis Budge .
Also known as "The Book of the Opening of
the Mouth", this book contains a large extract from the Pyramid Texts,
the oldest known Ancient Egyptian sacred text.
Legends of the
Gods: The Egyptian Texts by E. A. Wallis Budge 
Translations of key Ancient Egyptian
myths. Includes Plutarchs' De Iside et Osiride.
The Burden of Isis by James Teackle Dennis 
A translation of a set of hymns to the
The Wisdom of the Egyptians by Brian Brown 
Includes the Ptah-Hotep
and the Ke'gemini, the Wisdom of Hermes Trismegistus, and the Book of Thoth.
Tutankhamen: Amenism, Atenism
and Egyptian Monotheism by E. A. Wallis Budge 
Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity
Egyptian Ideas of
the Future Life E. A. Wallis Budge .
E. A. Wallis Budge .
Egyptian Myth and
Legend Donald A. Mackenzie .
Legends of Babylonia and Egypt by Leonard W. King 396,030