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The Heretic Queen - Michelle Moran

Title : The Heretic Queen

Author : Michelle Moran

ISBN-10: 0307381765

ISBN-13 : 978-0307381767

Paperback : 416 Pages

The Plot :

In ancient Egypt, a forgotten princess must overcome her family’s past and remake history. 275 more words

Historic Fiction

Worship of the Aten

In the sixth year of  Amenhotep IV’s reign the status started to change dramatically, he announced the foundation of his new capital and cult center Akhet-Aten. 245 more words



“How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it.”

-Marcus Arelius

Although this blog is going to be about how useless holding on to anger is, I am not going to tell you that you should never experience anger. 899 more words

Everyday Spirituality

Romina Power, Tyrone Power

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Judging by these two comments, you can see the sort of times we were living in. On the left side we have the president of the United States, and on the right side there is a brilliant example of the communism.

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“I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is I know nothing.”


Although upon first reading this it may appear to be a contradiction, it is actually one of the more profound statements any philosopher has ever made. 929 more words

Everyday Spirituality


The standard-sized small stone blocks used to build the ancient Egyptian temples of Aten at Karnak and Akhenaten’s new capital city of Akhetaten, in the 1300’s B.C.E. 34 more words

Akhenaten: The Icon I Fashion My Lifestyle By

This pharaoh placed family and spirituality over material wealth and individualism. His principles are an icon for my lifestyle. I inherited this name via an ancestral epiphany and am honored to carry it with me through my life.