Multiple Publications Based on the Papyrus of Ani Now Available

This month, Chronicle Books published the 20 anniversary revised edition of The Book of Going Forth by Day aka the Papyrus of Ani, coordinated and overseen by noted occult author, James Wasserman.  Like the original 1994 edition, a crucial difference between this edition and earlier presentations of this document was to paginate according to content as opposed to merely, measuring out uniform segments from the original scroll this work appeared as. This new edition includes: an essay by occult teacher J. Daniel Gunther, discusses the history of academic research in Egyptian religion and philology over the passsed two centuries; an annotated bibliography by Dr. Ogden Goelet, that replaces and expands upon his work in the original edition; finally, there’s been a series of upgrades to the color images of the Papyrus itself. You can purchase it via this link:

There’s also a  limited, number of signed and numbered quality hardcover copies. These collector copies are custom bound in T-Saifu, a silk-like, rayon, Japanese fine-binding cloth, with 4mm binding boards, black endpapers, ribbon markers.$200.00 plus shipping. Order from

Additionally there’s a The Book of Days Perpetual Calendar With Images from the Ancient Egyptian Papyrus of Ani And Zodiacal Signs from the Temple of Isis in Denderah Hardcover, Smyth-sewn, 136 pages (including 9 blank pages), full color throughout also available form

The projects own website, , includes a number of interesting resources including a series of interactive color plates from the book that you cursor over to pull up English translations thereof . Also a lengthy essay by James Wasserman discussing the origins of the original scroll, it’s discovery in the 19th century and its subsequent treatment as part of the collection of the British Museum, initially under the supervision of noted, and controversial Egyptologist Sir E.A. Wallis-Budge



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