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The wisdom and stability of Ancient Egypt has captivated the imagination of the centuries. What was behind their incredible 3000 years dominance or profound influence over the often troubled Middle East? These questions still haunt us and the answer lie in many mysteries about their spirituality, understanding, traditions and political ability that still surprises us. Lizla is a beautiful, intelligent psychic young princess selected by the goddess Isis to bring protection to her country at the beginning of the perilous XXI dynasty. The elaboration on Indian teachings on Vedic Astrology, Eastern Mysticism framework a poetic tale of romance and mysticism

"From the US Review of Books, November 2012:
"The evening came in glowing pinks over the sandy dunes. Shadows of purple fingers ran down through the dark elevations, caressing the ancient slopes where the long-standing shapes of the great pyramids of Giza evoked a past of mystery and wonder."

(Written in beautiful, flowing prose throughout, this book delivers more on inspiration than story. The story itself begins with Princess Lizla, the daughter of the slain Pharaoh Ramses IX and destined to one day rule Egypt. In addition to the very special role laid before her, Lizla must also learn how to deal with the formidable psychic abilities she was born with and which continue to increase in strength with her training. As she goes through this process, she must also deal with the pressing politics of an empire threatening to burst at the seams and her budding interest in romance and the confusing feelings she experiences at the attentions of male students around her. Although the story line follows Princess Lizla as she enters into her study of the mysteries, there is more focus on her lessons than on the activities of her life. Delving into the energies of the chakras, the powers of the gods, and the value of self-awareness, Nirupa provides valuable insights for personal journeys of discovery and understanding. While this is a fictional account of the ancient Egyptian civilization, Nirupa does a wonderful job of explaining how such diverse cultural and religious backgrounds might have come together to create a thriving empire that survived a millennia. Reading this book is not a process of immersing oneself in the identity of a fictional character. Instead, it is an act of introspection, reflection, and meditation that can enhance one's immersion in oneself."
Daughter of Isis
by Lilian Nirupa
reviewed by Wendy Strain.