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Scarab – a holy sign of Egypt

ScarabMysterious Scarab in Ancient Egyptian – Khepera. The same name – Khepri – wore the rising sun god, the creator of the earth and man, is portrayed as a man or as a scarab beetle with a head.

Why the scarab did was the sign and personification of the sun god? People saw: just pass on the way a herd of horses, leaving behind heaps of manure – and then go fly a swarm of black beetles. Each of them begins to wield hard legs, head and full body, clinging manure balls that plus extra, and heavier than the preponderance of the pest. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on November 29, 2014 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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Old tomb(3300 year) of the pyramid at the entrance found in Egypt

old tombArchaeologists have unearthed in the ancient cemetery at Abydos tomb. Its age is approximately 3300 years old, and over the entrance to her once supposedly towered seven-meter pyramid.

In one of the vaulted burial chambers team of researchers has discovered the sarcophagus of sandstone, painted red. It was created for a scribe named Horemheb. On the sarcophagus preserved images of several Egyptian gods and hieroglyphic inscriptions with spells from the Book of the Dead, helping to move the deceased in the afterlife. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 1, 2014 in Historical, Mummy, Pyramids

 

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Gods of Ancient Egypt

EgyptRich diverse and exotic pantheon of Egyptian gods. Pyramid Texts, inscribed inside the monumental tombs of the kings, and the surviving papyrus – the most ancient part of the Egyptian funerary and religious literature containing information about the period of the First time and the profound respect for the ancient Egyptians to their gods. Texts speak of the power and wisdom of the gods, their mysterious high-tech devices, about the objects of unknown purpose and function. In the trappings of Amun, Nute, Khonsu, Iha and numerous other gods revered in Egypt closer to our era of Ancient and Early Kingdoms, nothing of the sort occurred. First, who ruled in Egypt The ancient Egyptians believed that their civilization and all the knowledge of the priests got to them a legacy of the gods, who were the first to rule in Egypt. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on September 13, 2013 in civilization, Mysterious, Pyramids

 

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The port and the ancient papyri

papyriA team of French and Egyptian archaeologists found traces of the ancient trading port, 180 kilometers south of Suez. Port functioned during the reign of the pharaoh of the 4th Dynasty of Cheops – about 2580 years. BC According to archaeologists, the port played an important role at the time. Through him, the trade routes by which imported copper and precious minerals. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 12, 2013 in civilization, Historical, Mysterious

 

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The White Gods of Egypt

Egypt godA stone with an inscription carved in Hebrew. This incredible find is dated 1650 BC. In the Indian tribes who lived on the land, where they found an unusual stone, passed around the ancient tradition of “selecting a preacher.” Ostensibly he came from the east, healed people, taught crafts and sciences, as well as spread “divine revelation.”

These myths about the bearded White Gods of Pocono century occurred on the territory of South America. For example, the supreme deity of the Empire of the Incas believed the White God, whose name was Kon-Tiki Viracocha.
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Posted by on January 26, 2013 in Mysterious

 

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Cleopatra-the last queen of Egypt

last queen of EgyptThe capital of Cleopatra to make a decision the fate of the queen and her kingdom. With his cunning Cleopatra devise a plan. Hiding in a carpet walked into the room of Caesar. In front of him and using all her charms captivated the Roman conqueror. No help of any soldier, she managed to preserve his throne by defeating one of the most powerful generals of the time.

During the next twenty years Cleopatra proves his sagacity, intelligence and ambition that would lead to the summit of power.
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Posted by on July 30, 2012 in Historical, Human, Mysterious

 

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Egypt-found a boat burial of the First Dynasty

boat burial The duration of routine excavations at the ancient Egyptian cemetery of the early kingdoms in Abu Ravashe to the north-east of the Giza plateau, a French archaeological assignment of the Institute of Oriental Archeology at Cairo came across a funeral boat, which probably belonged to the First Dynasty king, named Den (about 3000 BC. e.).

On these boats crossed the dead Pharaohs of the earth in eternal life.

An artifact found in the northern part of the ancient Egyptian burial structure with a flat roof prior to the pyramids, consists of 11 large boards and is six meters high and 150 wide.
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Country of Pyramids

PyramidsThe river slowly carrying its waters to the sea on the banks of the river stood the temples and temple workers in the linen skirts treated field, in the courtyard of the temple sat on his haunches and skinheads scribes were reporting. Just as in Sumeria, ruled by the king-god, collecting tens of thousands of workers in the construction of dams and built like a pyramid.
This country was called Kemet, Egypt, and the great river – Hapi, the Nile. Each year in early June, the river overflowed, and, rising to ten meters, flooded the valley. Above the water were just standing on the hills, villages and temples, connected by narrow strips of dams. In November, the water subsided, leaving behind a black layer of fertile silt, because of which the country was called Kemet – “Black Land”. In December, the workers went out on the field units, loose black earth with hoes and sowed wheat. In March, sickles with flint teeth cut the ears and attributed the sheaves into the temple courtyard.
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Posted by on May 5, 2012 in Pyramids

 

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Egypt promises to solve the mystery of Tutankhamen

In an interview with French news agency AFP Hawass pointed out that these data will shed new light on the secrets of the family of Pharaoh and his pedigree.

Recall that the tomb of a young pharaoh, who died aged 19, was discovered by British archaeologists led by Howard Carter in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor – the most famous cemetery of the Egyptian monarchs.

This discovery has become an international sensation because of the untouched tomb robbers contain extremely rich funeral utensils, as well as a gold sarcophagus and 11-kilogram gold mask, inlaid with precious and semiprecious stones.
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Posted by on February 3, 2010 in Pyramids

 

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