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Photography: King Tut Exhibit Pt.2

Did anyone else see that article talking about King tut’s golden mask being destroyed?? May sound dramatic, but that’s how it feels to me. I cannot even wrap around my head just how messed up this whole situation has come about. 266 more words

Ancient Egypt

Discovering Albion- Day 2: Merry meetings and Manchester airport

Friday was a good day. We had a late and leisurely start after a fair amount of talking and a little wine…note the restrained understatement on both those counts… The car was packed and ready to go… we would not be back for some time… but first there was School business to attend to; the directors of the Silent Eye converged on the little village of Great Hucklow and the Queen Anne for a meeting. 595 more words


On King Tut and the “Botching” of His Mask

You no doubt heard the upsetting news about the famous mask of King Tutankhamun last week: In attempt to clean it, the beard was broken off and incorrectly glued back on, in what is roundly being dubbed a “botched” job. 528 more words

The Anubis Oracle: A Journey into the Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt By Nicki Scully & Linda Star Wolf

A Very interesting Alternative to Tarot Cards.

I got a Tarot Deck first, long before getting this deck, and I never quite connected with it. I’m not sure if it was just too advanced of a deck, or the imagery didn’t ‘fit’ quite right with the theme in my opinion, but I connected much better with the Anubis Oracle Deck, and this companion Book is a wonderful source of information on the cards and how they fit together. 52 more words

Ancient Egypt

Ideographic, Totemic and Gnostic Influences in Matthew 7:6 "Do not cast pearls before swine"

© 2015 D. Catherine

According to the late Gerald Massey, totemism and totemic rites originated in the ritual recognition of the “coming of age”1 of the pubescent girl at the onset of her first menstrual “period” (the socio-anthropological context being the “Mother Blood” and various taboos—first established in matriarchal societies—effectively safeguarding prepubescent girls from sexual exploitation, regulating sexual practices or reproductive efficacy (keeping “periodicy”), and as a way of identifying and distinguishing members from different tribes). 5,861 more words

Religious History

Way Back in Time

Reading is good, but we all have our favorites. Books, magazines, journals, there’s so much. But one thing that I love is history especially what happened thousands of years ago. 146 more words