Normandi Ellis: Magic and the Sacred Manifesting Arts of Ancient Egypt
Normandi Ellis’s books on Egyptian myth, ritual and magic include The Union of Isis and Thoth, Imagining the World into Existence, Invoking the Scribes, Words on Water, Feasts of Light, and Dreams of Isis. Her translation from the hieroglyphs, Awakening Osiris, is considered a spiritual classic. Of Imagining the World into Existence, Jean Houston said: “Quite simply, this is a masterpiece. It is the life work of a numinous poet, writer, and Egyptian scholar. To read this work is to be planted with the seed of once and future mysteries.”
An arch-priestess of the Fellowship of Isis, she facilitates trips to Egypt, is a Spiritualist minister, clairvoyant and astrologer and teaches in the School of Metaphysics at Camp Chesterfield.
In addition to her studies in Egyptian mysticism, she is a poet and fiction writers, having won awards from the YMCA Writers Voice, the Bumbershoot Award, and awards from the Kentucky Foundation for Women, the Kentucky Arts Council and the Colorado Arts and Humanities. She has been the recipient of fellowships from the Kentucky Foundation for Women, from the Virginia Center for Creative Arts as well as activism sgrants for her work in the environment and with elder women and youth at risk.
For more information on her writing, workshops, or travel schedule visit www.normandiellis.com.