Spiritual philosopher Paul Brunton narrates his fascinating encounters with the mysteries and magic of Egypt in the 1930s, including an illuminating night spent alone inside the Great Pyramid. Alongside his explorations of ancient Egypt's monuments and gods, Brunton encounters a variety of occultists, fakirs, and dervishes, and even manages to become initiated into the deadly art of snake charming. His frank interviews with Muslim leaders remain relevant today, and his description of the Hajj reflects the beauty and inspiring faith of Mohammad's true followers. In the end, Brunton turns his attention to his own spiritual journey, connecting all of his experiences into a single discovery: that we are more than the body and that the freedom of our spirit can be experienced here and now. Written with the page-turning appeal of an adventure novel, A Search in Secret Egypt captures an "Indiana Jones" spirit of early-twentieth-century explorers while revealing profound spiritual insights. This new edition has been updated to incorporate Brunton's final revisions and includes an introduction by the Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation.