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Giza, A Timekeeper of the Ages (Video)

A video for you all from Andras, who says: “I have been working on Egypt and Giza for the past 8-9 years. Based on my research I have concluded some new and interesting facts that will make the real purpose … Continue reading

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Egyptian Obelisks Abroad

EGYPTIAN OBELISKS ‘LOST’ AROUND THE WORLD (photos): http://members.tripod.com/obeliscos_egipcios/images_en.htm The Cleopatra Obelisk from Alexandria “Cleopatra’s Needle” (Obelisk) was sent from Alexandria to England in 1860. Huge cylindrical steel casing, in which it was transported to England, was close to the shore … Continue reading

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Heracleion City, Lost and Found

HERACLEION, the City of Heracles, Egypt. I have brought these two picture here, with respect, purely for the purpose of promoting the amazing work of the archaeologists, divers and photographers who have brought to light the remnants of this lost … Continue reading

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The Egyptian ‘Labyrinth’ at Hawara

Herodotus (fifth century B.C.) and other Greek and Roman writers described a magnificent labyrinth in Egypt, containing three thousand rooms on two levels. Pliny the Elder (first century A.D.) related that the Egyptian labyrinth was already 3600 years old in … Continue reading

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Updates for Abd’el Hakim Awyan, Sufi Master, Ancient Khemitian Wisdom Keeper: links

Here is Hakim giving a lecture in 1998: http://youtu.be/RbR33uy7GKE Hakim’s son, Yousef Awyan, and his wife Patricia,  continue the Khemitology tradition and are participating in a special tour in April, 2013. Their web-page is: http://khemitology.com/ Their pdf newsletter is here: … Continue reading

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Hypatia – Philosopher’s Daughter

Hypatia of Alexandria was a woman of grace and eloquence, of beauty and wisdom. She was born before her time, and she died before her time. Regarded as the first woman astronomer, Hypatia was also an accomplished mathematician, an inventor, … Continue reading

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Pharaohs – Complete List of Dynasties and Time-Line

Pharaohs (list) Dynastic Genealogies: 4th 12th 18th 19th 20th 21st 25th 26th 27th 31st Ptolemaic Protodynastic Period (prior to 3150 BC) Lower Egypt Hsekiu Khayu Tiu Thesh Neheb Wazner Mekh Double Falcon Upper Egypt Scorpion I Iry-Hor Ka Scorpion II … Continue reading

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The (Electric) Power of Ancient Egypt

Thanks to many independent researchers, it is now thought that the Egyptians of the old civilisation used electricity. The Great Pyramid, and possible all the large pyramids around the rest of Egypt…and the World… may have been used as power … Continue reading

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The Library of Alexandria

Much mystery surrounds the great library that was established in Alexandria. We do know that it existed and was an important centre of learning and we know that it was destroyed. There are some who suspect that many ancient documents … Continue reading

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Tomb of the Chantress – New

Unashamedly, I have brought this wonderful news here from ARCHAEOLOGY.ORG It is not only exciting but an important detail to add to the mysterious history of Egypt’s past. Egypt’s enlightened civilisation, with their incredible building skills, art and spiritual depth, … Continue reading

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