The hoary Epic of Gilgamesh, which has puzzled many an academic scholar, is best seen, according to this author, not only as the world’s oldest poem, but also as the oldest written saga of Body, Mind & Spirit, now revealed, for the first time in history.
How to Become Immortal ~ The Adventures of King Gilgamesh and the Wild Man, is a remarkably different interpretation of the world’s oldest poem, myth, or allegorical story, depending upon your view, of the 4,000-year-old Sumerian Epic.
In this dynamic portrayal, King Gilgamesh, Enkidu the Wild Man and all of the Epic’s major characters, are seen as living, breathing, embodied spiritual creatures. The great King of Sumer is actually the epitome of Body, Mind & Spirit, as are You. Perhaps that is the ancient authors great message, seen anew in this New Muse book.
“You are not a human being in search of a spiritual experience.
You are a spiritual being immersed in a human experience.
We are one, after all, you and I. Together we suffer,
Together we exist, and forever will recreate each other.”
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
Steven A. Key, in a former technological life, had a career taming the largest computer systems in the world—those mysterious mainframes. Now, he writes mysterious books. As a deep-researching computerist and technocrat, he was readily primed to combine his investigative skills with his deep personal interests in all things pertaining to Body-Mind and Spirit. Combining unique approaches to neuroscience, psychology, consciousness, and ancient history, Steven created the New Muse Book Series. His initial book, The Vikings Secret Yoga; The Supreme Adventure, is the first book of its kind in that it reveals the hidden Yoga of the tenth-century Norse poets.