Thoth Tarot & comparisons The Thoth Tarot- Key 15-The Devil & The Night Sun Tarot-Key 15-The Devil: represent a concept that it is so subtle it is easily misunderstood. In fact the early Christian theologians, so misunderstood this concept that it is now considered synonymous with evil.....like the Evil Twin of a One or Monotheistic God... or some such nonsense. As modern person who knows the first law of physics, we know there is only "one energy that cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed [and transmitted]". Therefore, evil is not and energy, it is a form of upside down thinking, which is often depicted as an upside down pentagram. The Hebrew letter Ayin, shown bottom left on the Thoth card, and top right of the Night Sun Tarot card, is attributed to this card, meaning Eye, which is a metaphor for "I": the "All Seeing Eye", which is the All Seeing Identity shown on the Thoth- goat's forehead. The Path of Ayin (meaning Eye, which is a symbol for The "I"), is the Twenty-sixth Path and is formative.
Housing - Ancient Egypt There are no forests in Egypt so wood is scarce and is not used for house building. The earliest inhabitants of Egypt lived in huts made from papyrus reeds. However, it was soon discovered that the mud left behind after the annual flooding of the Nile (inundation) could be made into bricks which could be used for building. Bricks were made by mixing mud and straw and leaving them to dry in the sun. Real life experiments that reveal the ancient art and techniques of building Egyptian pyramids Copyright © 2006 by Mike Molyneaux New insights into ancient pyramid construction techniques presented in this article include the following:-  The use of battering rams to create acoustic energy for quarrying, shifting and positioning stones.  The use of counter-ramps with counter-weight principles for hauling massive stones uphill.  The use of overlapping planks and rollers to create an auto-aligning, auto-braking system for the ramps.  The use of leveraging towers with counter-weights for lifting stones out of a quarry and onto rollers.  Submerging large stones in watery mud for transporting them down rivers or along canals.  Partially completed courses of the pyramid forming a spiral staircase to support a ramp to the inner chambers. 1 Actual experiments using scale models A new, realistic set of trials and experiments using scale models or children have now revealed how easily large stones can be transported with rather primitive technology.
Isis, Nephtys, Neith and Serket. Four Divine Egyptian Mourners? Last week we saw that in some cases Egyptian art offers images, whose meaning seems not clear, but which are based on well known practices from Ancient Egypt. That was the case of two scenes, one from the Book of the Caverns in the tomb of Ramses IX and the other one from the temple of Osiris in Abydos. In both cases four mourning women appear pulling and shaking a front lock of hair.
ISIS and OSIRIS posted May 20, 2014 04:38 PM ISIS (42) and OSIRIS (1923) ISIS is the personification of the Divine Feminine "Shakti" or Power that seeks to Unite with Her Infinite God-Source by completing the Divine "Union". The entire Kundalini Yoga Process is nothing but Shakti at the base of the Spine uniting completely with the Divine "Shiva" center in the Crown Chakra. The Egyptian Myths speak of a patient Isis searching for the missing parts of her beloved Osiris. Egyptian astronomy Egyptian astronomy begins in prehistoric times, in the Predynastic Period. In the 5th millennium BCE, the stone circles at Nabta Playa may have made use of astronomical alignments. By the time the historical Dynastic Period began in the 3rd millennium BCE, the 365 day period of the Egyptian calendar was already in use, and the observation of stars was important in determining the annual flooding of the Nile. The Egyptian pyramids were carefully aligned towards the pole star, and the temple of Amun-Re at Karnak was aligned on the rising of the midwinter sun. Astronomy played a considerable part in fixing the dates of religious festivals and determining the hours of the night, and temple astrologers were especially adept at watching the stars and observing the conjunctions, phases, and risings of the Sun, Moon and planets.
Top 10 Myths About Ancient Egypt History The Ancient Egyptians are shrouded in an aura of mystery and intrigue, cultivated by continuing archeological discoveries. Unfortunately, the sense of awe that pervades Ancient Egypt has also produced countless myths. This list will investigate the most common misconceptions about Ancient Egypt, and include some interesting digressions that will illuminate new areas of their advanced culture. Cleopatra Was Beautiful Leylines of Earth Energy: Earth Magic - Tuning into Our Mother at Rajuna's Refuge Alfred Watkins, discovered leylines in 1921 from his realization that a series of straight lines could link all of the Earth's various landmarks into a network of ancient tracks. "Watkins believed that this alignment could not be due to mere chance. He believed that prehistoric man had deliberately made the tracks as a sort of road network, using the various landmarks as sighting points. Many of them are situated on hilltops where they could be seen against the horizon, and thus made excellent reference points for the Neolithic or Bronze Age traveller. He first voiced his discoveries in public at a slide-show and lecture to fellow members of the Woolhope Club where, although treated with some scepticism, they were well received and aroused keen interest.
Smenkhare Statue from Musée l’Egypte et le Monde Antique, Monaco Ankhkheperure Smenkhare Djeserkheperure Smenkhare followed Akhenaten on the throne. Egyptian mathematics Ancient Egyptian mathematics is the mathematics that was developed and used in Ancient Egypt circa 3000 BC to c.300 BC. Overview Written evidence of the use of mathematics dates back to at least 3000 BC with the ivory labels found a Tomb U-j at Abydos. These labels appear to have been used as tags for grave goods and some are inscribed with numbers. Further evidence of the use of the base 10 number system can be found on for instance the Narmer Macehead which depicts offerings of 400,000 oxen, 1,422,000 goats and 120,000 prisoners. The evidence of the use of mathematics in the Old Kingdom (ca 2690–2180 BC) is scarce, but can be deduced from for instance inscriptions on a wall near a mastaba in Meidum which gives guidelines for the slope of the mastaba. The lines in the diagram are spaced at a distance of one cubit and show the use of that unit of measurement.
Cracking the Hieroglyphic Code" The earliest attempt at translating hieroglyphics came well before the discovery of the Rosetta Stone. A fifth-century scholar named Horapollo set up a translation system based on hieroglyphics' relation to Egyptian allegories. After Horapollo's hypothesis, 15 centuries of scholars dedicated themselves to a false translation system. De Sacy, who had translated the Demotic portion, tried his hand at the hieroglyphic inscription, but he failed, too. The Official Anubis Oracle Site: The Tarot Cards of Shamanic Egypt ∴ Glossary of the Gods The neteru (nature spirits/deities) featured in Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt and the Anubis Oracle are archetypal guides and principles from the Egyptian pantheon. With ancient wisdom and abiding love, they lead us on our shamanic journey of transformation—a journey designed to awaken the healing power of our hearts. You can find many wonderful interpretations of these deities—both scholarly and anecdotal—in the Egyptian literature. Our work approaches the neteru from a more personal point of view. It is concerned with a deep rich inner experience of the neteru based on our own spiritual communion with these ancient gods.
Nefertiti's Eyes Did the queen's distinctive feature become a symbol of Egyptian royalty? Found in 1912 in the studio of the sculptor Tuthmosis at Amarna, and now in Berlin, this painted bust of Queen Nefertiti shows her with unusually shaped eyes, probably an actual physical trait. (Nina Aldin Thune) All eyes were on the Valley of the Kings the morning of February 5, 2006, when our expedition first looked into the chamber now known as KV63, the first tomb found in Egypt's Valley of the Kings since that of Tutankhamun (KV62) in 1922. Press speculation was rampant over what the tomb might hold.