Winged Pharaoh (1937 novel)
From Kook Science
|Followed by||Life as Carola (1939)|
Winged Pharaoh is a 1937 English-language "previous life autobiography" by Joan Grant, relating events that dictated while the author was in a trance-state that were claimed to be Far Memory of the author's past life as Sekhet-a-Ra, or Meri-Nyet (Merneith), an Egyptian royal and descendant of Meniss (Menes) during the Egyptian First Dynasty period (3100 BC - 2900 BC) who, in the course of the story, becomes a co-Pharaoh with Neyah (Den), her brother, at the city of Me'n-atetiss (Memphis) and participates in the defense of Egypt against an invasion by Zuma (Sumer).
- Grant, Joan (1937), Winged Pharaoh, London: Arthur Baker
- Grant, Joan (1937), Winged Pharaoh, New York: Harper