The Symbol of Life Author: Stylianos Atteshlis (Daskalos)
*Discounted copy has bumped corners, otherwise new.*
When the well-know Cypriot mystic and healer, Dr.Stylianos Atteshlis, known as Daskalos, passed over in August 1995 he left some manuscripts. The "Symbol of Life" is one of these texts. It has now been published as a facsimile in his hand-writing (including ten of his colored illustrations) with an English transcription and a German translation.
The author describes the beginning of life on Earth, life in the 13th and 14th centuries in Ancient Egypt, and episodes in the life of Moses. He traces the history of the "Symbol of Life" and explains its symbolism. The serious student of this symbol of Christian mysticism will find inspiration and guidance for meditation and the work leading to higher levels of consciousness.
Stylianos Atteshlis (1912-1995), was a Greek-Cypriot Christian mystic and esoteric healer known internationally as Daskalos- the Greek word for teacher. He was educated in Cyprus and abroad, and pursued a career in the Cyprus Government printing office, but he also spent some years in Africa.
For seventy years he had been teaching, trying to wake people out of their spiritual slumber. In the last years of his life, people from all over the world came to Cyprus to hear his lectures and seek healing. Daskalos enjoyed composing and performing music (violin and piano), writing poetry, painting, gardening, studying languages, and authored a handful of books.
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