Mideast in Pictures: Egypt’s Abu Simbel temple fills visitors with wonder; Xinhua — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Xinhua Visitors flocked around the ancient Abu Simbel temple in southern Egypt Aswan to witness the sun alignment phenomenon of the famous Nubian monument on Tuesday. Source: Mideast in Pictures: Egypt’s Abu Simbel temple fills visitors with wonder

Mideast in Pictures: Egypt’s Abu Simbel temple fills visitors with wonder; Xinhua — All About World Heritage Sites

What was the Egyptian Religion of Atenism? — Bishop’s Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy

Amenhotep IV, who later renamed himself Akhenaten (“Effective for Aten”) after his conversion, was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh (r. fourteenth century BCE) remembered for establishing a cult dedicated to the god Aten. In later writings, he is despised as the “heretic king” for the reforms he put into place across ancient Egyptian religion.  Religious Reform […]

What was the Egyptian Religion of Atenism? — Bishop’s Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy

Saving the Temples on the Nile; Deutsche Welle — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Arte France A timeless treasure, nearly lost forever. Without the UNESCO‘s unprecedented rescue operation, future generations might have only seen the stunning temples of Ramses II and Cleopatra in the pages of history books. Read more from source

Saving the Temples on the Nile; Deutsche Welle — All About World Heritage Sites

Nut – Mistress of the Heavens — The Curious Egyptologist

Figure 1: Pectoral of the Sky Goddess Nut, with her name circled. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV62), Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE 61944https://old.egypt-museum.com/post/638403734538518528/pectoral-of-sky-goddess-nut This week I decided to explore an ancient Egyptian goddess who played a pivotal role in Egyptian mythology and the cosmos at large. This goddess […]

Nut – Mistress of the Heavens — The Curious Egyptologist

Guidebook to the Underworld: Egyptian Funerary Texts — Myth Crafts

The texts from which we gather knowledge of the Egyptian Underworld (Duat) include the various funerary texts which also served as guides to the underworld.

Guidebook to the Underworld: Egyptian Funerary Texts — Myth Crafts

A New Interpretation and Dating of the Sphinx based on the Moon — Before Atlantis

This article explores the possibility that the Great Sphinx in Egypt was conceived as a temple to a lunar deity in the form of a lion facing the rising of a full moon circa 21,000 BCE. We hypothesize an alignment at the fall equinox with the sun setting behind the Sphinx instead of in front […]

A New Interpretation and Dating of the Sphinx based on the Moon — Before Atlantis

The Valley Temple and Osireion: Echoes of a Bygone World Culture? — zoomeboshi

Seeing is believing. It was deja vu all over again, as a famous American Yogi once said. I gawked at the Valley Temple of Khafre in Giza and the Osireion in Abydos. Though they are in Egypt, they reminded me of monuments I saw in Peru, halfway round the world. Cyclopean blocks of unadorned stone […]

The Valley Temple and Osireion: Echoes of a Bygone World Culture? — zoomeboshi

HOUSE OF OSIRIS : THE GIVER OF EVERLASTING LIFE – THE GODS HOLD THEE IN FEAR — OUTOFTHISWORLDX FOREVER

. . OSIRIS ISIS and NEPHTHYS . . AND IT ALL BEGAN WITH YOU 1 – 18 . . Ancient Lost Kingdom of Osiris Discovered Egyptologists Immediately Call for it to be Dismantled . Viper TV – FILMS 12/03/2021 . The traditional image of Osiris sitting, wearing his Atef crown, with the crook (heqa) and […]

HOUSE OF OSIRIS : THE GIVER OF EVERLASTING LIFE – THE GODS HOLD THEE IN FEAR — OUTOFTHISWORLDX FOREVER