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An Ancient Jewish Community on Elephantine Island, Aswan

One of the most interesting interludes in ancient Egyptian history concerns the Jewish community that inhabited a portion of Elephantine Island, located in southern Egypt adjacent to the town of Aswan, during the 5th and 4th centuries B.C.E.  458 more words

Egypt

Episode 8: the Neo-Elamite Kingdom

Well, here it is FINALLY! I got things to work, and meanwhile everything has changed (the feed is still the same)

This episode goes back to the Elamites and their adventures with the Neo-Assyrians, and their murky last century. 102 more words

Iran

The Freemasonry Jesuit Connection

It is not so easy to identify the hierarchy system of the earthly powers but generally, the older or more historical the fundamental ideologies and beliefs of the organization, the more powerful and authoritative they are. 144 more words

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"And This too shall pass."

According to Talmud, the holy scripture of Banu Isra’els, King Solomon chose to test his most loyal and trusted minister, Benaiah Ben Yehoyada, by asking of him an impossible task. 761 more words

Israel

March 6, 1913: Irrigation in Ancient Babylon

March 6, 1913:  Engineering News article. The Reclamation of Ancient Babylonia By Irrigation. by Edgar J. Banks. “‘Egypt is the gift of the Nile,’ is a true saying and as old as the history of Herodotus; but the Nile is not the only river which has given a great and famous country to the world. 221 more words

Water

When Men Get Addicted To Women - How Have Great Empires Fallen

By : Mohammed Jehan Khan

Empires have risen and fallen at the hands of Women. It took many men to build civilisation and empires but a single woman to destroy them all. 1,324 more words

Islam

Mythic Monday: Water Bearer

Aquarius is the water bearer or cup bearer. It is symbolized by a man holding a vase of overflowing water. In ancient Babylonia 2000 B.C.E. it was the god Ea holding the vase, and the image was associated with regularly occurring destructive floods. 241 more words

Mythic Monday