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Book Review for "Nefertiti" by Michelle Moran

After reviewing Cleopatra’s Daughter by Michelle Moran last week, I decided I wanted to reread and review my favorite book by her, Nefertiti. I mentioned in my review of… 1.052 mais palavras

Yes, you can type in hieroglyphs

Read “Typewriter Man,” Ian Frazier’s story about Martin Tytell.
Read Mr. Tytell’s New York Times obituary.
Learn about Akhenaten, a pharaoh who might have embraced monotheism.


The Aten Appears (Episode 110)

Akhenaten (Part 3): Revelation of a Religion.

Soon after he came to power, Amunhotep IV (later Akhenaten) began to reveal his unique vision of god and the world. 289 mais palavras

New Kingdom

Roman Matt Sibson and his Polytheistic Faith

There was an ancient Sun cult at Giza. And now we know likely the original identity of the Sphinx, it explains why there were ancient sun temple between his legs.

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The Nine Sun Spirits & Akhenaten's Promise

In February of 2019, while our Crestone Johannine Templars were together meditating, I had an inner vision of a man – obviously to me a High Illuminari.  1.168 mais palavras


Book Review: Religion and Magic in Ancient Egypt

Review of Religion and Magic in Ancient Egypt by Rosalie David. Published by Penguin in 2002


This book, while different from what I had been expecting, was a well written and insightful read. 337 mais palavras

Book Reviews

Akhenaten: Heretic, Madman or Visionary? - A glimpse of my favourite Pharaoh

Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) – Reigned 1353–1336 B. C. (18th Dynasty)

Akhenaten was known as Amenhotep IV up until his fifth year as reigning Pharaoh, when he chose instead to be named Akhenaten meaning “Effective for Aten”. 516 mais palavras