By : Pierre Fasseaux    Thélès Editions. Paris.

This story is based on a true event, the terrorist massacre committed in Egypt, Deir el-Bahari on the 17th November 1997, in Hatshepsut temple by a group of the Gama’a Al Islamiyya, where 58 tourists were killed.

During the massacre, two historian professors are killed. A criminal investigation service (CIS) records the surprising testimony from a survivor. The two professors were expected to visit the archeological site on this bloody day! The terrorist group has apparently been informed of their arrival on the site.
Following the testimony, the CIS discovers the existence of a fundamentalist religious Italian faction, the “Fazione” which, during two thousand years, has hidden the original Isis Manuscript stolen in Philae, in Rome, named by the Vatican “L’Opus in Septem”. The two historians were working in a Swiss university, on the influences in Europe and in Egypt, of the ancient Isis cult on primitive Christianity. However, it seems that a part of the Manuscript was copied before being stolen, and still exists. The “ Fazione” is aware of  this  and was asked to hide this evidence. There is a strong suspicion suggesting that the terrorist massacre also aimed at covering the double murder.

In the middle of this turmoil, two Egyptian colleagues, a Muslim and a Copt, as well as an Irish lady undertake an unusual initiatory trip.
Step by step during the initiation, the Prof. Abd-Ajaby, an Egyptian professor in Cairo, member of a very ancient community, reveals those influences and confirms that Christianity evidently took its roots from the Isis cult and dogma.
Moreover, the sacred texts from the Manuscript might divulge the disconcerting Egyptian origins of the Illustrious and Glorious founder of the Christians, Îsâ-Jesus and his parents.
It is therefore understandable that many aspects of the Christian cult, religious feasts, prayers and dogma, draw their inspiration from the ancient Isis and Osiris cult. Îsâ is indeed the real name of Jesus, name coming from an old Egyptian language origin (references are provided by the author), Aramean and Arabic. Some sources even seem to suggest that Îsâ was most probably trained in Egyptian temples before starting his ministry in Palestine.
In the book, the author makes information, arguments available (from archeologists, historians, theologians) as well as footnotes on those historical subjects.

A Cardinal in Rome discovered the Manuscript in the hidden archives of the Vatican and was busy translating it in order to publish the document.  Indeed, the Manuscript contains seven authentic teachings from both Jesus-Îsâ and Isis, and for this reason it could not be destroyed. The Cardinal was immediately dismissed and sent back to Urfa, the ancient Edessa city in South-East Turkey, the area from which he originated. Consequently, the “Fazione” was asked to transfer the Manuscript from Rome to a safe and secret place in Egypt.

The results of the CIS investigations in Egypt will show that the “Fazione” is based in a remote area of Egypt and made up of strange Italian monk-soldiers. They are in charge of the protection of the Isis Manuscript ( L’Opus in Septem) and  proceed with kidnappings and criminal actions against those who  undertake research on the content of the Manuscript.

The “Fazione” uses all means necessary to search for the copy of the Manuscript.

According to the CIS findings, the concerned group of the Gamaa al ‘Islamiya  carried out  a contract  negotiated with the “Fazione”. A secret meeting in Rome will light the way of the occult links between the highest authorities of the Vatican and the fundamentalist religious Italian faction, the “ Fazione” which broke away from the “Justin Flavia Neapolis Order”.


In the book « L’Opus in Septem », historical details and fiction are mixed. During the initiatory trip, the personages will learn step by step the considerable influences of the ancient Egyptian Dogma on primitive Christianity, dogma, cult and  feasts like Easter (Souvenir of Osiris’s death), Christmas (Souvenir of Horus’ birth, on Dec.25th  by an enactment of Ptolemy III)… Within this framework, the author synthesizes some researches from a contemporary historian. Some historical fundamentals have indeed been drawn from three books recording the researches of an Egyptian historian and Doctor in Law, Dr. Sarwat Anis Al-Assiouty, recently deceased. In various circumstances, the Prof. Abd-Ajaby, the main personage of the book identifies himself with Dr. Anis Al-Assiouty and brings him to life again. It might be concluded that, through its universal values, Christianity identifies itself with the Isis Dogma and philosophy.

At the bottom of the pages, the book indicates various references from historians, theologians, archeologists…. Subjects of discussion includes: dialogue on polytheism, man’s invented dualism, contradistinction between the monotheism and the philosophical attitude, between the human and divine nature, the Isiaque Trinity compared with the Christian Trinity. Therefore, the author leads the reader to new thoughts, reflections. On some subjects, the author points out question marks on the meaning of some letters, names, symbols and the secret etymology of the so-called alphabet ( Alif-beth issued from the hieroglyphs and Phoenician / protosinaïtic origins).  As well as various words used in both the French and English languages but of Egyptian/hieroglyph origin.


1 : L’ Opus In Septem by PIERRE, FASSEAUX: SODIS 9782303003827 …, FASSEAUX –

Available now at – ISBN: 9782303003827 – BROCHE – SODIS – 2011 – Book Condition: New – 2303003822 Language: French

2: Not available from April 2014.

P.S: Thélès Editor: the Book is not available anymore.The author has recovered his exclusive copyright from April 2014.


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