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Kama Sutra

Kama SutraWhether it’s a mind-blowing, bed-rattling orgasm you’re after or a supersensory, soulful lovemaking session, our collection of steamy illustrations and step-by-step instructions has been tweaked and tailored by sex experts to help you reach your peak every single time. Climb on top of your cutie and take control with these sizzling strategies and sex positions.

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The Tao Of Sexology

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This is the only book that deals with human sexuality on physical, mental, and spiritual levels. Readers will discover extraordinary methods or healing, complete satisfaction, controlling birth naturally and safely, controlling the intelligence of succeeding generations, controlling the sex of children, preventing venereal disease naturally (including AIDS), etc. It provides secret knowledge and incredibly techniques. Such as Million-Dollar Point (improves climax without depletion), Nine steps to orgasm for women, male and female exercises for sexual strength, and much, much more. Overwhelming reviews and testimonies throughout the world.

$29.95 

 

 

Sexual Magic

Vegetarian Recipe BookSex magic is a term for various types of sexual activity used in magical, ritualistic, or otherwise religious and spiritual pursuits. One practice of sex magic is using the energy of sexual arousal or orgasm with visualization of a desired result. A premise of sex magic is the concept that sexual energy is a potent force that can be harnessed to transcend one’s normally perceived reality

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Money and The Law of Attraction

 

moneyThe Law of Attraction  is the name given to the belief that “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results This belief is based upon the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from pure energy, and the belief that like energy attracts like energy. One example used by a proponent of the law of attraction is that if a person opened an envelope expecting to see a bill, then the law of attraction would “confirm” those thoughts and contain a bill when opened. A person who decided to instead expect a cheque might, under the same law, find a cheque instead of a bill.

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African Dark Mother

9780595208418_p0_v1_s260x420African Dark Mother — Oldest Divinity We Know Slave traders, slaveholders, and imperialists (european, arab, and north american) enslaved Africa’s peoples. African resources were stolen, african treasures sacked, icons and other art objects were looted and taken away. African traditions were appropriated, destroyed, distorted, or suppressed. What remains in Africa today is what could not be stolen: the memory of the dark mother in rock engravings, cave paintings, other art, and rituals

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Women in Ancient Egyptian:

The Status of Women part 1-1In ancient Egypt, women’s rights reached a level that has rarely been equaled in any civilization right up to modern times. This was unusual in the ancient world and led to condemnation from neighboring states.Rather than being seen as the weaker sex, some women were often portrayed as being just as violence as men.  Queens are shown crushing their enemies; executing prisoners and firing arrows at male opponents in battle.

Part 1 and Part 2

 

 

christianity before christChristianity Before Christ:  Nothing is new or original in Christianity. That is the important thesis demonstrated in Christianity Before Christ. The least important features, as well as the most important components, were all well developed in cultures that flourished before the time that Christ is alleged to have walked the parched paths of Roman Palestine. This book is a must read for all truth seekers. John Jackson has a laid an incredible foundation of facts that cannot be denied. Read this book to be enlighten and you will be eternally grateful that you did.

African Origin of Civilization

African Origin of CivilizationAfrican Origin of Civilization, this classic presents historical, archaeological, and anthropological evidence to support the knowledge that ancient Egypt was a black civilization.

 

 

Hetheru Rising, Kemetic Serpent Power

Egyptian Serpent Power2HetHeru Rising Egyptian Serpent Power Not only is location of a region important, environment is also a cue to identity of three important cobra goddesses, as in where they were likely to be encountered: marshes (Wadjet),cornfields (Renenutet), and desert hills (Meretseger). However, not all snake deities are female, there is one exception, Nehebu-Kau, who is an extremely powerful deity. In contrast to the other snake deities, Nehebu-kau (Nehebkau) is male. In early depictions, he is fully serpentine, while later on he appears with a human body and a snake head.

The Reign of Cleopatra

cleopatra_sThe Reign of Cleopatra Ambitious, intelligent, and desired by powerful men, Cleopatra VII came to power at a time when Roman and Egyptian interests increasingly concerned the same object: Egypt itself. Cleopatra lived and reigned at the center of this complex and persistent power struggle. Her legacy has since lost much of its former political significance, as she has come to symbolize instead the potent force of female sexuality and power.

 

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The 16 Crucifed Savior’s

Book-Worlds-16-Crucified-Saviors-by-Kersey-GravesThe 16 Crucifed Savior’s is an 1875 book written by Kersey Graves. It asserts that Jesus was not an actual person, but was a creation largely based on earlier stories of deities or god-men saviours who had been crucified, and descended to and ascended from the underworld.

 

 

Destruction of Black Civilization

Destruction of Black CivilizationDestruction of Black Civilization.A widely read classic exposition of the history of Africans on the continent—and the people of African descent in the United States and in the diaspora—this well researched analysis details the development of civilization in Africa.

 

 

Stolen Legacy

stolen legacyStolen Legacy Greek Philosophy was the Offspring of the Egyptian Mystery System1. The Egyptian theory of salvation became the purpose of Greek philosophy; 2. Circumstances of identity between the Egyptian and Greek systems are shown; 3. The abolition of Greek philosophy with the Egyptian Mysteries identifies them; 4. How the African continent gave its culture to the Western World.

 

Zulu’s Egyptian Ancestors

egyptiansZulu’s Egyptian Ancestors Around the Great Lake regions of Central and East Africa lived the Bantu, which in the language of the Zulus is a collective noun for ‘people’. The Ngumi people also lived in this region and they were the direct ancestors of the Zulu people. They were called Zulu after the individual who headed a migration from Egypt to the Great Lakes via the corridor of the Red Sea. In Zulu folklore links are said to exist between the Zulu people, Egypt,

 

On the Origins of the Alphabet

origins-of-alphabets-bookOn the Origins of the Alphabet The origins of the alphabet are unknown, but there are several theories as to how it developed. One popular proposal is that the history of the alphabet began in Ancient Egypt, more than a millennium into the history of writing. Under this theory, the alphabet was invented to represent the language of Egypt , and was at least influenced by the alphabetic principles of the Egyptian hieratic script. If correct, nearly all alphabets in the world today either descend directly from this development or were inspired by its design.

The Secret Teachings of All Ages

The Secret Teachings of All AgesTHE SECRET TEACHINGS OF ALL AGES An Encyclopedic outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Kabala.  Being an Interpretation of the Secret Teachings concealed within the Rituals, Allegories, and Mysteries of all Ages By Manly Palmer Hall

 

 

A Natural History of the Bible

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 A Natural History of the Bible: vol 1, A-D
A Natural History of the Bible: vol 2, E-K
A Natural History of the Bible: vol 3, L-P
 A Natural History of the Bible: vol 4, Q-Z
It has an articles for every single name and place both in the Bible and in its traditional Apocrypha, as well as for each of the books of these, together with many improper nouns appearing in these (such as ‘nebi’im’ [one of the two types of prophet], ‘mole’, ‘owl’) and other more general subjects (such as ‘music’, ‘tents’, etc.). Many of these articles are given in great detail, and usually include mention of the various spellings for each word as used by the Masoretic Text, Septuagint (differentiating between each of the most important ancient manuscripts), and by other ancient versions; the largest article is that on the Gospels

The Autobiography of Malcom X

malcom xThe Autobiography of Malcolm X was published in 1965, the result of a collaboration between Malcolm X and journalist Alex Haley. Haley coauthored the autobiography based on a series of in-depth interviews he conducted between 1963 and Malcolm X’s 1965 assassination. The Autobiography is a spiritual conversion narrative that outlines Malcolm X’s philosophy of black pride, black nationalism, and pan-Africanism. After the death of his subject, Haley authored the book’s epilogue,a[›] which describes their collaboration and summarizes the end of Malcolm X’s life.

Malcolm X: Make it Plain

malcomMalcolm X: Make It Plain is a 1994, English language documentary by PBS about the life of Malcolm X, or El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.The documentary was narrated by Alfre Woodard, produced and directed by Orlando Bagwell, written by Steve Fayer and Orlando Bagwel and co-produced by Judy Richardson.[1]The documentary has been screened on the BBC, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Biography and PBS.Interviewees include Ossie Davis, Alex Haley, Betty Shabazz and Wallace D. Muhammad, among others.

Making A Slave

The-Willie-Lynch-Letter-and-the-Making-of-a-Slave-Making a Slave  The William Lynch speech is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch (or Willie Lynch) to an audience on the bank of the James River in Virginia in 1712 regarding control of slaves within the colony. The letter purports to be a verbatim account of a short speech given by a slave owner, in which he tells other slave masters that he has discovered the “secret” to controlling black slaves by setting them against one another. The document has been in print since at least 1970, but first gained widespread notice in the 1990s, when it appeared on the Internet. Since then, it has often been promoted as an authentic account of slavery during the 18th century, though its inaccuracies and anachronisms have led historians to conclude that it is a hoax.

 

 

 

 

Think and Grow Rich

Think-and-Grow-RichThink and Grow Rich is a 1937 motivational personal development and self-help book by Napoleon Hill  and inspired by a suggestion from Scottish-American businessman Andrew Carnegie. While the title implies that this book deals with how to get rich, the author explains that the philosophy taught in the book can be used to help people succeed in all lines of work and to do or be almost anything they want. Jim Murray (sportswriter) wrote that Think and Grow Rich was credited for Ken Norton’s boxing upset of Muhammad Ali in 1973. The Reverend Charles Stanley writes, “I began to apply the principles of (Think and Grow Rich) to my endeavors as a pastor, and I discovered they worked!”  The book was first published during the Great Depression. At the time of Hill’s death in 1970, Think and Grow Rich had sold more than 20 million copies and by 2011 over 70 million copies had been sold worldwide. It remains the biggest seller of Napoleon Hill’s books

 

 

 

Sirius Mystery

Sirius MysterySirius Mystery  The “mystery” that is central to the book is how the Dogon allegedly acquired knowledge of Sirius B, the white dwarf companion star of Sirius A, invisible to the naked eye. Temple did not argue that the only way that the Dogon could have obtained what he understood to be accurate information on Sirius B was by contact with an advanced civilization; he considered alternative possibilities, such as a very ancient, advanced, and lost civilization that was behind the sudden appearance of advanced civilization in both Egypt and Sumeria. He personally found the theory of alien contact more convincing, but he did not claim certainty about it.

Let The Ancestors Speak

Let-the-Ancestors-Speak-1Let The Ancestors Speak This is simply THE BEST book out in terms as a introduction to conversation and written R- N Km and Mdw Ntr (Re En Kam and Medu Neter) i.e. the Ancient “Egyptian” Language of the Nile Valley, a Black or “African” Classical Language. It covers vocabulary, grammar, numbers and mathematical notation and representation, pronunciation and example literature and translations from artifacts of the Nile Valley Civilization. Bro. Hnkh My Rh (Ankh Mi Ra) of the Karmiac Institute with Anthony Browder. did an excellent job on this papyri, and it is a testament to his legacy. He recently expired in the Summer of 2007, so this book may be hard to come by because of availability, however there are plans for it to be republished

World Great Men of Color

worlds-great-men-of-colorJ A Rogers – World’s Great Men Of Color Vol 1
J A Rogers – World’s Great Men Of Color Vol 2. Rogers’ work was concerned with “the Great Black Man” theory of history. This theory presented history, specifically black history, as a mural of achievements by prominent black people. Rogers devoted a significant amount of his professional life to unearthing facts about people of African ancestry. He intended these findings to be a refutation of contemporary racist beliefs about the inferiority of blacks

 

 

 

 

 

 

They Came Before Columbus

they_came_before_columbusIvan Van Sertima –  They Came Before Columbus in 1976, as a Rutgers graduate student. The book deals mostly with his claims of African origin of Mesoamerican culture in the Western Hemisphere, but among other things also writing that the kings of the 25th Dynasty of Egypt were Nubians. The book, published by Random House rather than an academic press, was a bestseller and achieved widespread attention within the African American community for his claims of prehistoric African contact and diffusion of culture in Central and South America. It was generally “ignored or dismissed” by academic experts at the time and strongly criticized in detail in an academic journal in 1997

 

 

 

 

 

Precolonial Black Africa

pre coloneal black africaCheikh Anta Diop – Precolonial Black Africa  “The generation that followed did not have the same concerns; none of its members attempted to follow the example of the past generation. There was no longer anyone with the noble determination to get to know the great men of the world, or if there were some individuals consumed with this curiosity, they were few in number. From then on, there remained only vulgar minds given over to hatred, envy and discord, who took an interest only in things which did not concern them, gossip, slander, calumny of one’s neighbors, all those things which are the source of the worst of our troubles.”
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The Civilization or Barbarism

Civilization-or-BarbarismCheikh Anta Diop – Civilization or Barbarism Challenging societal beliefs, this volume rethinks African and world history from an Afrocentric perspective. His books were largely responsible for, at least, the partial re-orientation of attitudes about the place of African people in history, in scholarly circles around the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life After Life

000b7230.jpegRaymond-Moody-In Life After Life, Raymond Moody investigates more than one hundred case studies of people who experienced “clinical death” and were subsequently revived. First published in 1975, this classic exploration of life after death started a revolution in popular attitudes about the afterlife and established Dr. Moody as the world’s leading authority in the field of near-death experiences. Life After Life forever changed the way we understand both death — and life — selling millions of copies to a world hungry for a greater understanding of this mysterious phenomenon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make Women Laugh

make women laughMake Women Laugh Martin Merrill Psychological studies have shown that during an initial contact, it’s psychologically impossible to dislike someone who has made you laugh genuinely for 5 times or more. (According to my experience, the word “dislike” should be replaced by “resist the attraction of”.) Think about it. It’s basic human nature to avoid pain and gain pleasure. What do we do when we experience pleasure? We smile or laugh! Laughter means pleasure, and humor is what creates laughter. Humor is powerful - much more powerful than most people have ever imagined and will ever know. However, most men will get stuck in a place called“Average, Dull And Boring” for their entire lives.

The Temple of Man

TempleOfManR.A. Schwaller de Lubicz The Temple of Man In his chief work, The Temple In Man (1949), he proposes, and argues in great detail, for an interpretation of the Egyptian outlook rooted in numerology and sacred geometry; in several of his other works, he makes a corresponding case for the metaphysical richness of various mathematical concepts. As with much ancient mathematics, the Egyptian research of Schwaller de Lubicz became quite complex. The complexity of his various ancient mathematical concepts as covered in his book provided an ongoing source of debate amongst mystics. His elucidation of the Temple of Luxor and his presentation of the Egyptian understanding of a special quality of innate consciousness form a bridge that attempts to link the sacred science of the Ancients, to its modern rediscovery in our own time.

 

 

The Pale Fox

the pale foxThe-Pale-Fox Robert KG Temple has an amazing book about this because the Dogon have based their religion on a synchronization with the rotation of a dwarf star around its partner and they couldn’t have possibly been able to see that or have that concept, yet they do! This is probably one of the weirdest anomalies in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

Temples of the African Gods

african godsTEMPLES OF THE AFRICAN GODS  New archaeological and scientific discoveries made by Michael Tellinger, Johan Heine and a team of leading scientists, show that the Sumerians and even the Egyptians inherited all their knowledge from an earlier civilization that lived at the southern tip of Aftrica more than 200,000 years ago… mining gold. Full color photographs throughout.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Yellow Emperors Internal Medicine

yellowyellow emperors internal medicine  is an ancient Chinese medical text that has been treated as the fundamental doctrinal source for Chinese medicine for more than two millennia. It is comparable in importance to theHippocratic Corpus in Greek medicine or the works of Galen in Islamic and medieval European medicine. The work is composed of two texts each of eighty-one chapters or treatises in a question-and-answer format between the mythical Huangdi (Yellow Emperor or more correctly Yellow Thearch) and six of his equally legendary ministers.

 

 

The Queen of Sheba

The Queen of ShebaThe Kebra Negast and  The queen of Sheba has been called a variety of names by different peoples in different times. To King Solomon of Israel she was the Queen of Sheba. In Islamic tradition she was called Bilqis or Balqis by the Arabs, who say she came from the city of Sheba, also called Mareb, in Yemen or Arabia Felix. The Roman historian Josephus calls her Nicaule. The Luhya of Kenya call her Nakuti while the Ethiopian people claim her as Makeda or Maqueda. She is said to have been born some time in the 10th century BC. Traditionally her lineage was part of the Ethiopian dynasty established in 1370 BC by Za Besi Angabo, which lasted 350 years; her grandfather and father were the last two rulers of this dynasty. According to the Kebra Negast her mother was known as Queen Ismeni and in 1005 BC, Makeda’s father appointed her as his successor from his deathbed.  It contains an account of how the Queen of Sheba/Queen Makeda of Ethiopia met King Solomon and about how the Ark of the Covenant came to Ethiopia with Menelik I (Menyelek). It also discusses the conversion of the Ethiopians from the worship of the Sun, Moon and stars to that of the “Lord God of Israel”. As the Ethiopianist Edward Ullendorff explained in the 1967 Schweich Lectures, “The Kebra Nagast is not merely a literary work, but it is the repository of Ethiopian national and religious feelings.”

 

books (1)1. Hebraic Tongue Restored:and the true meaning of the Hebrew words re-established and proved by their radical analysis(1921) The author’s interest in Pythagoras and the resulting works started a revival of Neo-Pythagoreanism that would later influence many occultists and new age spiritualists. He attempted an alternate interpretation of Genesis, based on what he considered to be connections between the Hebrew alphabet and Egyptian Hieroglyphs

 

9781597312004_p0_v1_s260x4202. Hermeneutic Interpretation of the Origin of Man. Hermeneutics began as the science of interpreting ancient documents, making a consistent picture when the parts themselves drew their meaning from the document as a whole, but has become important to Postmodernism and literature in general.

 

 

3. egyptiansZulu’s Egyptian Ancestors Around the Great Lake regions of Central and East Africa lived the Bantu, which in the language of the Zulus is a collective noun for ‘people’. The Ngumi people also lived in this region and they were the direct ancestors of the Zulu people. They were called Zulu after the individual who headed a migration from Egypt to the Great Lakes via the corridor of the Red Sea. In Zulu folklore links are said to exist between the Zulu people, Egypt,

 

money4. Money and The Law Of Attraction is the name given to the belief that “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results This belief is based upon the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from pure energy, and the belief that like energy attracts like energy. One example used by a proponent of the law of attraction is that if a person opened an envelope expecting to see a bill, then the law of attraction would “confirm” those thoughts and contain a bill when opened. A person who decided to instead expect a cheque might, under the same law, find a cheque instead of a bill.

 

as-a-man-thinketh6. As a Man Thinketh The title is influenced by a verse in the Bible from the Book of Proverbs, chapter 23, verse 7: “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” The full passage, taken from the King James Version, is as follows:
Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats:
For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he:
Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee.
The morsel which thou hast eaten shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy sweet words.

kybalion7. The Kybalion was first published in 1908 by the Yogi Publication Society. The book is based upon ancient Hermeticism, The book itself early in reading makes the claim that it makes its appearance in one’s life when the time is appropriate and includes variations of material found in the book of Proverbs

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Untitled-18. Egyptian Temple OrientationThe Egyptian pyramids were carefully aligned towards the pole star, and the temple of Amun-Re at Karnak was aligned on the rising of the midwinter sun. Astronomy played a considerable part in fixing the dates of religious festivals and determining the hours of the night, and temple astrologers were especially adept at watching the stars and observing the conjunctions, phases, and risings of the Sun, Moon and planets.

 

karnak9. Karnak Alignment  Evaluation of the site of the temple of Amun-Re at Karnak, taking into account the change over time of the obliquity of the ecliptic, has shown that the Great Temple was aligned on the rising of the midwinter sun. The length of the corridor down which sunlight would travel would have limited illumination at other times of the year.

 

The Secret Teachings of All Ages10. THE SECRET TEACHINGS OF ALL AGES An Encyclopedic outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Kabala.  Being an Interpretation of the Secret Teachings concealed within the Rituals, Allegories, and Mysteries of all Ages
By Manly Palmer Hall

 

 

9780595208418_p0_v1_s260x42011. African Dark Mother — Oldest Divinity We KnowSlave traders, slaveholders, and imperialists (european, arab, and north american) enslaved Africa’s peoples. African resources were stolen, african treasures sacked, icons and other art objects were looted and taken away. African traditions were appropriated, destroyed, distorted, or suppressed. What remains in Africa today is what could not be stolen: the memory of the dark mother in rock engravings, cave paintings, other art, and rituals

 

art12. Egyptian Art in the age of the pyramidsThe astonishing sculpture, reliefs, paintings, and works of decorative art on view were created in Egypt during the third millennium B.C.E., the period of the Old Kingdom, when the famous pyramids at Giza were built. Youthful vigor, confidence, and joy in life are reflected in the distinctly lifelike images of the pyramid builders, whose sculptors and craftsmen defined once and for all the essence of Egyptian art.

 

saoc26_513. Parkers Egyptian Calendars Parker demonstrates that the Egyptians had three calendars, two lunar and religious, one civil. Parker begins with a consideration of the lunar day and month, passes on to an analysis of the later lunar calendar, then discusses the probable nature of the early lunar calendar, and, finally, suggests a possible origin for the civil calendar. In three exercises he offers solutions to various problems which arose naturally out of the calendarial material.

 

Egyptian- Babylonian and Jewish calendars14. Egyptian, Babylonian and Jewish calendars in Egypt one of three calendars consisted of 12 months of 30 days each, plus 5 additional epagomenal days…The ancient Babylonian calendar, like the ones in Egypt, began as an empirical lunar calendar. Each year contained 12 months,…Hebrew calendar used an empirical lunisolar calendar in which the new year began at the first new Moon after the autumnal equinox.

 

exaltation15. Origin of the Egyptian Hyposomata (exaltations) Specific Egyptian decan stars that were venerated in Middle Kingdom Coffin Texts appear to have survived as the “places of secret” in later Babylonian astrological texts and as the corresponding planetary exaltations or hyposomata of Hellenistic astrology. This paper explores the history of these honored decans and examines their relationships to one another within the decanal system. The decanal relationships appear to account for the pattern of the exaltations for four of the planets

 

oldest16. Dating the Oldest Egyptian Star MapThe earliest known star maps in Egypt are found as a main part of the decor in a tomb (No. TT 353) at Thebes on the West bank of the Nile. The tomb was constructed during the first half of the Egyptian 18th dynasty, probably about 1490 BC, and it belonged to Queen Hatshepsut’s vizier and calendar registrar Senmut (or Senenmut).

 

constellations17. the constellations How often do you think about the constellations? Really think about them, as in where did they come from? As in why do we group the stars as we do and why do we refer to them as animals and birds and figures from Greek mythology? Find out in this book.

 

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nut18. The Depictions of Nut the Sky Goddess Nut was considered the sey-goddess par excellence in ancient Egypt. Unlike other Mediterranean civilizations the sky was conceived as a female divinity by the Nile dwellers. She was thought of as an amniotic cocoon inside which the pharaohs would regain life and immortality in the hereafter. Hence, being perceived as a Universal Mother archetype, she would bestow rebirth in the afterlife to the kings, who were considered her children.

 

secrets19. Secret’s Of the Great Pyramid One hundred and seven pyramids are scattered throughout Egypt, but the pyramids on the Giza Plateau are the famous ones. They are the largest, best preserved, and most visited of all the pyramids. The Great Pyramid is on y a few feet taller than the one next to it, but because of its unique maze of internal rooms and passages, it is the one with all the legends.

 

9781570626302_p0_v1_s260x42020. The Hermetica dealt with in this book may be described as those writings which contain religious or philosophic teachings ascribed to Hermes Trismegistus ‘. It does not much matter whether we say ‘religious’ or ‘philosophic’; The writers in question taught philosophic doctrines, but valued those doctrines only as means or aids to religion.

 

 

corpushermeticum121. Corpus Hermetica These ancient writings come out of Egypt during a time when Greek and Latin philosophy were at their peak. The people to whom they were addressed are thought to be fictitious, much as the Greek writers wrote to fictitious characters, but the content of the treatises was largely responsible for waking up Europe before the Renaissance. They have long been the influence for the Hermetic way of life.

 

stolen legacy22. Stolen Legacy Greek Philosophy was the Offspring of the Egyptian Mystery System1. The Egyptian theory of salvation became the purpose of Greek philosophy; 2. Circumstances of identity between the Egyptian and Greek systems are shown; 3. The abolition of Greek philosophy with the Egyptian Mysteries identifies them; 4. How the African continent gave its culture to the Western World.

 

 

51+aMZixhpL._SY300_23. Anacalypsis Vol 1
24. Anacalypsis Vol 2This work is the product of more than twenty years of research, during which Higgins tried to uncover “a most ancient and universal religion from which all later creeds and doctrines sprang”. It includes several maps and lithographic plates of Druidical Monuments. The book itself details many of Higgins’ beliefs and observations about the development of religion. Among these was his theory that a secret religious order, which he labeled Pandeism (from Pans- or Pandu- referring to a family of Gods, appending with -ism), had continued from ancient times to the present day, stretching at least from Greece to India, and possibly having once covered the entire world

Ancient Egyptian Calligraphy25. Ancient Egyptian Caligraphy A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO. WRITING HIEROGLYPHS. By Henry George Fischer. The aim of this book is twofold: first, to provide beginning students with step-by-step guidance in drawing hieroglyphs; and secondly, to supplement the observations of Gardiner in the Sign List at the back of his Egyptian Grammar. The examples include all 24 of the common forms of “alphabetic” (monoconsonantal) signs, and a selection of other signs that are either difficult to draw or that call for additional comment—a total of about 200 in all. Comparative material, emphasizing Old Kingdom models, is presented in 175 line drawings. By familiarizing themselves with this material, along with the points made in the Introduction, students will, at the same time, learn a good deal about hieroglyphic palaeography.

 

167768526. The Golden verses of Pythagoras (1917) are a collection of moral exhortations. They comprise 71 lines written verses and are traditionally attributed to Pythagoras. The exact origins of the golden verses are unknown and there are varying opinions regarding their dating. It appears that the verses may have been known as early as the third century BC but their existence as we know them cannot be confirmed prior to the fifth century AD. The golden verses enjoyed great popularity and were widely distributed in late antiquity being often quoted. Their renown persisted during the medieval ages and into the renaissance.

SEVEN27. Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved the American People THE Earl of Chatham, England’s great statesman, once said, “ Show me the laws of a country and I will show you the condition of its people.” Starting upon this proposition, we are led to the conclusion that the laws of our country are not in accordance with the principles of justice and equality, for there is nothing in the condition of the masses that denotes prosperity, but rather a tendency to poverty and demoralization. No period of our history has been marked by such general dissatisfaction.

 

origins-of-alphabets-book28. On the Origins of the Alphabet The origins of the alphabet are unknown, but there are several theories as to how it developed. One popular proposal is that the history of the alphabet began in Ancient Egypt, more than a millennium into the history of writing. Under this theory, the alphabet was invented to represent the language of Egypt , and was at least influenced by the alphabetic principles of the Egyptian hieratic script. If correct, nearly all alphabets in the world today either descend directly from this development or were inspired by its design.

@@29. Ancient Egyptian Literature Volume 1.: The Old and Middle Kingdoms
Volume I outlines the early and gradual evolution of Egyptian literary genres, including biographical and historical inscriptions carved on stone, the various classes of literary works written with pen on papyrus, and the mortuary literature that focuses on life after death.

 

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@30. .Ancient Egyptian Literature Volume 2 The New Kingdom Volume II shows the culmination of these literary genres within the single period known as the New Kingdom (1550-1080 B.C.).

 

 

Book-Worlds-16-Crucified-Saviors-by-Kersey-Graves31. The 16 Crucifed Savior’s is an 1875 book written by Kersey Graves. It asserts that Jesus was not an actual person, but was a creation largely based on earlier stories of deities or god-men saviours who had been crucified, and descended to and ascended from the underworld.

 

13tribe32. The Thirtheenth Tribe is a book by Arthur Koestler, which advances the thesis that Ashkenazi Jews are not descended from the historical Israelites of antiquity, but from Khazars, a Turkic people. Koestler’s hypothesis is that the Khazars converted to Judaism in the 8th century, and migrated westwards into Eastern Europe in the 12th and 13th centuries when the Khazar Empire was collapsing.

 

 

308806-M33. The Book of the Dead: The Chapters of coming forth by Day Vol: 1 is an ancient Egyptian funerary text, used from the beginning of the New Kingdom (around 1550 BCE) to around 50 BCE. The original Egyptian name for the text, transliterated rw nw prt m hrw is translated as “Book of Coming Forth by Day”. Another translation would be “Book of emerging forth into the Light”. The text consists of a number of magic spells intended to assist a dead person’s journey through the or underworld, and into the afterlife.

 

308806-Mn34. The Book of the Dead: The Chapters of coming forth by Day Vol: 2 was part of a tradition of funerary texts which includes the earlier Pyramid Texts and Coffin Texts, which were painted onto objects, not papyrus. Some of the spells included were drawn from these older works and date to the 3rd millennium BCE. Other spells were composed later in Egyptian history, dating to the Third Intermediate Period (11th to 7th centuries BCE). A number of the spells which made up the Book continued to be inscribed on tomb walls and sarcophagi, as had always been the spells from which they originated. The Book of the Dead was placed in the coffin or burial chamber of the deceased.

 

History of Egypt from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest
is the 5-volume work by James Henry Breasted

ancient-records-of-egypt235. Ancient Records of Egypt Vol-1 The 1st to 17th Dynasties
36. Ancient Records of Egypt Vol-2 The 18th Dynasties
37. Ancient Records of Egypt Vol-3 The 19th Dynasties
38. Ancient Records of Egypt Vol-4 The 20th to 26th Dynasties
39. Ancient Records of Egypt Vol-5 The Indices

 

 

badarian40. Badarian Civilization and Predynastic remains in Africa Specialists in predynastic archaeology have recently proposed that the last climate-driven expulsion impelled the Saharans…into the Nile Valley ca. 5000-4500 BCE, where they intermingled with indigenous hunter-fisher-gatherer people already there (Hassan 1989; Wetterstorm 1993). Such was the origin of the distinct Egyptian populace, with its mix of agriculture/pastoralism and hunting/fishing. The resulting Badarian people, who developed the earliest Predynastic Egyptian culture, already exhibited the mix of North African and Sub-Saharan physical traits that have typified Egyptians ever since

Lahun 1 The Treasure41. Lahun 1: The Treasure is the workers’ village associated with the pyramid of Senusret II (also spelled Sesostris II). It is located near the modern village of el-Lahun, and is often known by that name. Also nearby is the pyramid itself, known as the Pyramid of Lahun.

 

 

Qau and Badari42. Qau and Badari The resulting Badarian people, who developed the earliest Predynastic Egyptian culture. The Badarian culture provides the earliest direct evidence of agriculture in Upper Egypt during the Predynastic Era. It flourished between 4400 and 4000 BCE, and might have already existed as far back as 5000 BCE. It was first identified in El-Badari, Asyut.

 

 

gods 143. The Gods of the Egyptians Vol 1 is a list of gods and goddesses who were worshipped in ancient Egypt. The beliefs and rituals surrounding these gods formed the core of ancient Egyptian religion, which emerged along with them sometime in prehistory. Deities represented natural forces and phenomena, and the Egyptians supported and appeased them through offerings and rituals so that these forces would continue to function according to maat, or divine order. After the founding of the Egyptian state around 3100 BC, the authority to perform these tasks was controlled by the pharaoh, who claimed to be the gods’ sole representative and managed the temples where the rituals were carried out.

 

gods 244. The Gods of the Egyptians Vol 2 The gods’ complex characteristics were expressed in myths and in intricate relationships between deities: family ties, loose groups and hierarchies, and combinations of separate gods into one. Deities’ diverse appearances in art—as animals, humans, objects, and combinations of different forms—also alluded, through symbolism, to their essential features.

 

 

bible45.  A Natural History of the Bible: vol 1, A-D
46.  A Natural History of the Bible: vol 2, E-K
47.  A Natural History of the Bible: vol 3, L-P
48.  A Natural History of the Bible: vol 4, Q-Z
It has an articles for every single name and place both in the Bible and in its traditional Apocrypha, as well as for each of the books of these, together with many improper nouns appearing in these (such as ‘nebi’im’ [one of the two types of prophet], ‘mole’, ‘owl’) and other more general subjects (such as ‘music’, ‘tents’, etc.). Many of these articles are given in great detail, and usually include mention of the various spellings for each word as used by the Masoretic Text, Septuagint (differentiating between each of the most important ancient manuscripts), and by other ancient versions; the largest article is that on the Gospels

Riqqeh and Memphis VI49. Riqqeh and Memphis VI Dynasty is a village in Egypt. It is located about 80 km south of Cairo.Close to the village, in the desert, was excavated a series of cemeteries. The cemeteries ranging in time from the Naqada-culture to modern times. Most important are those tombs dating to the Naqada-culture (the relevant cemetery is published under the name Gerzeh) and those of the Middle and New Kingdom. The cemeteries were excavated and published by Reginald Engelbach in 1912 to 1913.

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Handbook of Egyptian religion. With 130 illustrations

50. Handbook of Egyptian Religion.With 130 IllustrationsTHE volume here translated appeared originally in 1904 as one of the excellent series of handbooks which, in addition to descriptive catalogues, are provided by the Berlin Museums for the guidance of visitors to their great collections. The handbook of the Egyptian Religion seemed especially worthy of a wide circulation. It is a survey by the founder of the modern school of Egyptology in Germany, of perhaps the most interesting of all the departments of this subject.

 

heretic text51. Egyptian Hieratic Text of the new Kingdom A Cursive form of the Egyptian script, created virtually simultaneously with the hieroglyphic script and closely related to it. Hieratic was the result of writing on papyrus, ostraca and other smooth surfaces with a reed pen – many details of the signs were lost as a result. At the start of Egyptian history, scribes tried to include as many of the characteristic elements of the hieroglyphs in hieratic, but as early as the Old Kingdom some signs had become so ‘cursive’ that the shape of the original hieroglyph often could no longer be recognized.

 

Notes on the Story of Sinuhe52. Notes on the Story of Sinuhe The Story of Sinuhe is considered one of the finest works of Ancient Egyptian literature. It is a narrative set in the aftermath of the death of Pharaoh Amenemhat I, founder of the 12th dynasty of Egypt, in the early 20th century BC. It is likely that it was composed only shortly after this date, albeit the earliest extant manuscript is from the reign of Amenemhat III, ca. 1800 BC.

 

 

memphis 153. Stories of the High Priest of Memphis vol 1 The term “high priest” (or, high priestess) usually refers either to an individual who holds the office of ruler-priest, or to one who is the head of a religious caste.
High Priest of Ptah. The main temple of Ptah was in Memphis.

 

memphis254. Stories of the High Priest of Memphis vol 2(plates) The term “high priest” (or, high priestess) usually refers either to an individual who holds the office of ruler-priest, or to one who is the head of a religious caste. High Priest of Ptah. The main temple of Ptah was in Memphis.

 

 

magic 155. The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden (v. 1) Dating to the second or third century [AD], this papyrus was key to the decipherment of the Demotic Ancient Egyptian dialect. It is also of great importance for the study of magic in antiquity. Included are spells to cure diseases, obtain visions, raise the dead, etc., as well as a number of spells for erotic purposes. The text contains invocations to a wide range of deities and other entities, with names drawn from the Ancient Egyptian pantheon and the Gnostic Aeons.

 

magic256. The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden (v. 2) Dating to the second or third century [AD], this papyrus was key to the decipherment of the Demotic Ancient Egyptian dialect. It is also of great importance for the study of magic in antiquity. Included are spells to cure diseases, obtain visions, raise the dead, etc., as well as a number of spells for erotic purposes. The text contains invocations to a wide range of deities and other entities, with names drawn from the Ancient Egyptian pantheon and the Gnostic Aeons.

 

magic357. The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden (v. 3) Dating to the second or third century [AD], this papyrus was key to the decipherment of the Demotic Ancient Egyptian dialect. It is also of great importance for the study of magic in antiquity. Included are spells to cure diseases, obtain visions, raise the dead, etc., as well as a number of spells for erotic purposes. The text contains invocations to a wide range of deities and other entities, with names drawn from the Ancient Egyptian pantheon and the Gnostic Aeons.

 

Hieratic Papyri text58. Hieratic Papyri from Kahun and Gurob (Text) is the oldest known medical text of any kind. Dated to about 1800 BCE, it deals with women’s health—gynaecological diseases, fertility, pregnancy, contraception, etc.The text is divided into thirty-four sections, each section dealing with a specific problem and containing diagnosis and treatment; no prognosis is suggested. Treatments are non-surgical, comprising applying medicines to the affected body part or swallowing them. The womb is at times seen as the source of complaints manifesting themselves in other body parts

 

Hieratic Papyri Plates59. Hieratic Papyri from Kahun and Gurob (Plates) is the oldest known medical text of any kind. Dated to about 1800 BCE, it deals with women’s health—gynaecological diseases, fertility, pregnancy, contraception, etc.The text is divided into thirty-four sections, each section dealing with a specific problem and containing diagnosis and treatment; no prognosis is suggested. Treatments are non-surgical, comprising applying medicines to the affected body part or swallowing them. The womb is at times seen as the source of complaints manifesting themselves in other body parts

 

Explorations in Bible lands during the 19th century60. Explorations in Bible lands during the 19th century a brief historical sketch on the explorations in Bible lands, which would convey to the public a clear conception of the gradual resurrection of the principal ancient nations of Western Asia and Egypt.

 

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The Earliest Version of the Babylonian Deluge Story61 The Earliest Version of the Babylonian Deluge Story flood myth is a deluge story in the Epic of Gilgamesh. Many scholars believe that the flood myth was added to Tablet XI in the “standard version” of the Gilgamesh Epic by an editor who utilized the flood story from the Epic of Atrahasis. A short reference to the flood myth is also present in the much older Sumerian Gilgamesh poems, from which the later Babylonian versions drew much of their inspiration and subject matter.


Epic of Gilgamesh62. The Epic of Gilgamish an epic poem from Mesopotamia, is amongst the earliest surviving works of literature. The literary history of Gilgamesh begins with five independent Sumerian poems about ‘Bilgamesh’ (Sumerian for Gilgamesh), king of Uruk. Only a few fragments of it have survived. The later “Standard Babylonian” version dates from the 13th to the 10th centuries BC and bears the incipit Sha naqba ?muru (“He who Saw the Deep”). Fragments of approximately two thirds of this longer, twelve-tablet version have been recovered. Some of the best copies were discovered in the library ruins of the 7th-century

 

The seven tablets of creation 163. The Seven Tablets of Creation vol 1 or “Enuma Elish”, is the Babylonian creation mythos (named after its opening words). It was recovered by Austen Henry Layard in 1849 (in fragmentary form) in the ruined Library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq), and published by George Smith in 1876.

 

 

The seven tablets of creation 264. The Seven Tablets of Creation vol 2 or Enûma Eliš has about a thousand lines and is recorded in Old Babylonian on seven clay tablets, each holding between 115 and 170 lines of text. Most of Tablet V has never been recovered, but aside from this lacuna, the text is almost complete. A duplicate copy of Tablet V has been found in Sultantepe, ancient Huzirina, located near the modern town of ?anl?urfa in Turkey.

 

 

sumerian65. Tablets from the archives of Drehem; with a complete account of the origin of the Sumerian Calendar The Sumerian calendar was a lunisolar calendar with years consisting of 12 lunar months, each beginning when a new crescent moon was first sighted low on the western horizon at sunset, plus an intercalary month inserted as needed by decree. The calendar is based on a Sumerian (Ur III) predecessor preserved in the Umma calendar of Shulgi (c. 21st century BC).

 

 

 

murray_mastabas166. Saqqara Mastabas contains the first edition of several important mastabas from Old Kingdom date at Saqqara, including the well-known offering-niche of Khabauseker and his wife Neferuret, both now at Cairo Museum. Texts and representations are all studied in-depth and finely reproduced in line-drawings and photographic plates. Let us note that this edition also includes the work by L. Loat, “Gurob”, so that it is two-fold interesting. Take note that the title has been out of print for a long time, so that it is much searched for.

 

The Osireion at Abydos67.The Osirion at Abydos The ancient builders of the Ausarian Temple took advantage of this fact, and excavated passages and halls with steeply sloping, almost perpendicular, sides. These were lined and roofed with great blocks of stone, and the hollow at the top filled up with sand; the building was then completely hidden from the·outside.

 

 

Egyptian Serpent Power268. HetHeru Rising Egyptian Serpent Power Not only is location of a region important, environment is also a cue to identity of three important cobra goddesses, as in where they were likely to be encountered: marshes (Wadjet),cornfields (Renenutet), and desert hills (Meretseger). However, not all snake deities are female, there is one exception, Nehebu-Kau, who is an extremely powerful deity. In contrast to the other snake deities, Nehebu-kau (Nehebkau) is male. In early depictions, he is fully serpentine, while later on he appears with a human body and a snake head.


 

fung shui69. Feng Shiu 26 Secrets from the Orient Although Feng has been practiced in the Eastern hemisphere for thousands of years, it is relatively new to western civilization. Feng Shui may seem mysterious and foreign to our western culture, but it is actually a very sensible collection of ideas and actions. Once you understand its principles, you will be able to produce harmony, comfort and balance in almost any situation or environment.

 

 

African Origin of Civilization70. African Origin of Civilization Now in its 30th printing, this classic presents historical, archaeological, and anthropological evidence to support the theory that ancient Egypt was a black civilization.

 

 

 

The-Tao-of-Sexology71. The Tao of Sexology This is the only book that deals with human sexuality on physical, mental, and spiritual levels. Readers will discover extraordinary methods or healing, complete satisfaction, controlling birth naturally and safely, controlling the intelligence of succeeding generations, controlling the sex of children, preventing venereal disease naturally (including AIDS), etc. It provides secret knowledge and incredibly techniques. Such as Million-Dollar Point (improves climax without depletion), Nine steps to orgasm for women, male and female exercises for sexual strength, and much, much more. Overwhelming reviews and testimonies throughout the world.


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Ancient Egyptian Science72. Ancient Egyptian Science Calenders Clocks and Astronomy This volume is part of Marshall Clagett’s three-volume study of the various aspects of science of Ancient Egypt. Volume Two covers calendars, clocks, and astonomical monuments. Within each area of treatment there is a fair chronology evident as benefits a historical work covering three millenia of activity. Includes more than 100 illustrations of documents and scientific objects.

 

 

Destruction of Black Civilization73. Destruction of Black Civilization.A widely read classic exposition of the history of Africans on the continent—and the people of African descent in the United States and in the diaspora—this well researched analysis details the development of civilization in Africa.

 

 

 

odyssey_butler-207x30074. Odyssey is one of two major ancient Greek epic poems attributed to Homer. It is, in part, a sequel to the Iliad, the other work ascribed to Homer. The poem is fundamental to the modern Western canon, and is the second oldest extant work of Western literature, the Iliad being the oldest. It is believed to have been composed near the end of the 8th century BC, somewhere inIonia, the Greek coastal region of Anatolia

 

Iliad-197x30075. Homers Illiad  is an ancient Greekepic poem in dactylic hexameter, traditionally attributed to Homer. Set during the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of the city of Troy (Ilium) by a coalition of Greek states, it tells of the battles and events during the weeks of a quarrel between King Agamemnon and the warrior Achilles.

 

 

 

Cover-TeachingsOfPtahhotep-192x30076. The Teachings of PtahHotep: The Oldest Book in the World is an ancient literary work attributed to Ptahhotep, a vizier under King Isesi of the Egyptian Fifth Dynasty (ca. 2414-2375 BC). It is a collection of maxims and advice in the sebayt genre on human relations, that are directed to his son. In the introduction, the author explains the reason for writing the instruction, namely his having reached old age and wanting to pass on the wisdom of his ancestors who had, in his words, listened to the gods

 

 

Cover-11Laws-192x30077. Maat: The 11 Laws of God An important theme of this book is that the essence of these 11 Laws must be programmed into the Spirit of the individual through specific meditation techniques. Impressing these Laws upon the spirit will ensure that an individual’s identity is with his or her true Self when he or she is confronted with a challenging situation rather than with the false self-image that gives control over to the emotions.

 


Cover-Message-192x30078. The Message To The Blackman In America is a book published by Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad in 1965, and reprinted several times since. After the death of Elijah Muhammad in 1975, it was first reprinted by UBUS Communications Systems. Beginning with a brief autobiography of Muhammad, it also covers his philosophies on race, the religion of Islam, politics, economics, and social issues, and how they relate to the problems of African-Americans.

 

 

Cover-PsychicTrama1-188x30079. Slavery: The African American Psychic Trauma Are African Americans part of the “Lost Tribes” mentioned in the Bible? Discover the true 10,000 year history of Black people — and why others tried to erase it! What happened to the doctors, writers, scientists, builders, educators and spiritual leaders from Africa’s Golden Age? And who did they really capture and sell into slavery?

 

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Cover-AncientFuture-196x30080. Ancient Future Wayne B. Chandler Chandler explains how applying the Seven Hermetic principles of living (mentalism, correspondence, vibration, polarity, gender, rhythm, and causation) can enhance our modern understanding of social, political, psychological, and spiritual matters.

 

 

 

Cover-MelaninKeyToFreedom-189x30081. Melanin: A Key To Freedom Richard King M.D. The study of Melanin in the human form and through nature is a precious key that will unlock the chains of mental slavery that presently imprison the minds of African people throughout the world. Despite the current small dance of the tunes of intentional use of miseducation, massive destruction of ancient African university libraries, scientific multimedia brainwashing propaganda, unconscious distortion of inner vision Black Symbolism, and beastly nutritional practices that produce chronic states of illness with fragmented and poorly developed inner visualization, nature’s own records of Black Melanin remain quite intact and in step to a vast and far greater cosmic tunes.

How-to-build-a-website-cover82. How to build your own website This book shows you how to make or create a website. It is intended for the beginner and layperson, taking you step by step through the whole process from the very beginning. It makes very few assumptions about what you know (other than the fact that you know how to surf the Internet, since you’re already reading this article on the Internet). As some steps are more involved, this guide also links to selected relevant articles on thesitewizard.com that you will need to click through to read for more information.

 

Vegetarian Recipe Book83. Initiation into Hermetics – F Bardon The book itself is divided into two sections: the theory section and the practical section.
The theory section outlines esoteric theory and Hermetic philosophy to help the student when following this course.
The practical section is divided into 10 steps. Each step contains physical, astral and mental exercises which the student must master

 

 

Vegetarian Recipe Book84. Sexual Magic Sex magic is a term for various types of sexual activity used in magical, ritualistic, or otherwise religious and spiritual pursuits. One practice of sex magic is using the energy of sexual arousal or orgasm with visualization of a desired result. A premise of sex magic is the concept that sexual energy is a potent force that can be harnessed to transcend one’s normally perceived reality

 

Vegetarian Recipe Book85. Duncans Masonic Rituals Masonic ritual refers to the scripted words and actions that are spoken or performed during the degree work in a Masonic Lodge. Masonic symbolism is that which is used to illustrate the principles which Freemasonry espouses. Masonic ritual has appeared in a number of contexts within literature including in The Man Who Would Be King by Rudyard Kipling and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.

 

Pyramid-Power-The-Millennium-Science86. Pyramid-Power-The-Millennium-Science Pyramid power refers to the properties of the ancient Egyptian pyramids and objects of similar shape. With this power, model pyramids are said to preserve foods, sharpen or maintain the sharpness of razor blades, improve health (some people “were so energized that they could not cope with the dynamo effects they experienced”), function “as a thought-form incubator,” trigger sexual urges, and cause other dramatic effects.

 

 

Vegetarian Recipe Book87.vegetarian recipies Fresh produce abounds this time of year, so we’re bringing you meatless recipes that take advantage of nature’s bounty. Don’t miss out—head on down to your local farmer’s market and start cooking.

 

 

new-Front Cover88.Early America Revisited The change of dating does not fundamentally affect the main proposition. It does not alter the situation in any major particular. The Egypto Nubian ritual and technological complex was roughly the same in both periods of proposed contact. Archeologists discovered in the late seventies, it is Nubia, not Egypt, that is the creator of pharaonic civilization. No expedition under Ramses II or Ramses III (and here it should be noted again that South American cocaine has been detected in the mummy of Ramses II-see part 3 on South America) no expedition under the Ramessides would have excluded the Nubian although it would have been dominated by the Egyptian. The physical features of the two peoples in 1200 a.c. would have been the same.

Vegetarian Recipe Book89. How I Lawfully Claimed 3 Houses Free and Clear How you can LEGALLY turn the tables on your lender to STOP the foreclosure How the banks are getting paid 3 times (and more) the value of your home.

 

 

the-oxford-history-of-ancient-egypt_1 (1)90. History of Ancient Egypt uniquely covers 700,000 years of ancient Egypt, from c. 700,000 BC to AD 311. Following the story from the Egyptians’ prehistoric origins to their conquest by the Persians, Greeks, and Romans, this book resurrects a fascinating society replete with remarkable historical information. It investigates such subjects as the changing nature of life and death in the Nile valley to some of the earliest masterpieces of art, architecture, and literature in the ancient world.

timbuktu91 The_Meanings_of_Timbuktu The Meanings of Timbuktu Contradicting the popular notion that African history survived only through the oral tradition, this collection of essays examines the rich legacy of written history on the continent, specifically in Timbuktu. It brings together articles written by a number of leading international scholars from Europe, the United States, and several African countries, covering a wide range of areas in the study of Timbuktu, from archaeology and literature to the intellectual life, libraries, and private collections in Timbuktu and West Africa.

NUBIAN-PHARAOHS-AND-MEROITIC-KINGS92. NUBIAN-PHARAOHS-AND-MEROITIC-KINGS The history of the Kingdom of Kush begins with its earliest kingdom of Kerma in 2500 BC. It continues with the conquest of Egypt by the Nubian Pharaohs in 750 BC, reluctantly recognized as the Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egyptian Pharaohs. They ruled as black pharaohs from their Kingdom at Napatan until they were forced one hundred years later to retreat to Napata by the Assyrians who assumed control of the Egyptians. It was at Meroe, the last empire of the Kush, that forty generations of Meroitic kings and queens continued the Kingdom of Kush reaching monumental and dynastic heights. Their symbiotic relationship with Egypt was over, allowing them to develop their own indigenous culture with a language and script of their own. Their architecture, arts , politics , material and spiritual culture in the minds of many scholars surpassed that of Egypt. Over two hundred pyramids have been investigated. It is an epic that will be long remembered. The dawn of Christianity in the Kingdom of Kush has been found in the treasure cove of the Frescoes of Faras.

African-Mythology-a-to-Z93. African Mythology A to Z African Mythology A to Z The series is designed for young people in junior high and high school, and it is appropriate for younger children who are better readers or interested in mythology. There is not much storytelling since the volumes are intended to be encyclopedias rather than collections of stories. They will help students to make connections between mythological characters and images and compare similarities between cultures. The indexes are constructed to help make those connections, too. Although the pronunciation guides in the introductions are excellent, a young audience also needs pronunciations at appropriate entry headings. It is difficult to remember strange pronunciations or to flip to the front of the book to figure out how to say foreign names.

Nefertiti94. Nefertiti In thinking about ancient Egypt, certain images come to mind the pyramids, the Sphinx, the vast Sahara Desert, the mighty Nile River, and the image of the lovely Queen Nefertiti. Officially called the Great Royal Wife of the Pharaoh Akhenaten, she was related to King Tutankhamen and may have even wielded great power, sharing the throne with her husband for a time. She was known for her great beauty, evidenced by a painted bust discovered in the early part of the 20th century. But much of Nefertiti’s life remains shrouded in mystery. Ongoing archeological research may one day reveal answers to the many questions that surround the beautiful queen who lived so many centuries ago. Read in Nefertiti about a queen renowned for her beauty during a tumultuous time in Egyptian history.

cleopatra_s95. The Reign of Cleopatra Ambitious, intelligent, and desired by powerful men, Cleopatra VII came to power at a time when Roman and Egyptian interests increasingly concerned the same object: Egypt itself. Cleopatra lived and reigned at the center of this complex and persistent power struggle. Her legacy has since lost much of its former political significance, as she has come to symbolize instead the potent force of female sexuality and power.

 

 

Mortgaging the Ancestors96. Mortgaging the Ancestors The book looks briefly at European and North American theories on private property and the mortgage, then shows how these theories have played out as attempted economic reforms in Africa. They affect not just personal ownership and possession, he suggests, but also the complex relationships that add up to civil order and episodic disorder over a longer history. Focusing particular attention on the Luo people of Kenya, Shipton challenges assumptions about rural economic development and calls for a broader understanding of local realities in Africa and beyond.

 

African-Proverbs-photo97. AFRICIAN-Proverbs A collection of proverbs, fables, riddles, songs, poetry, and quotes shares uplifting African wisdom and includes such tidbits as, “Do not look for speed in a cheap horse–be content if it neighs.”

 

 

Axioms of Kemet98. Axioms of Kemet This volume is a selected introductory literary interpretation of ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) literature organized in thematic sections based on literal translations of the Medu Neter into English, self-consciously organized to bring a new audience to the splendiferous wisdom of ancient Kemet.

 

 

word_document_121818147_canonical_050d50309799. Ausarian Legend The Ausar legend is the bedrock of the ancient Kemits religious mythology. A testament to Ausar’ impact on the ancient Kemits is given by R. T. Runnel Clark in his book Myth and Symbol in Ancient Kemit, wherein he writes:1 “once synthesized, he lived on for nearly three thousand years in the hearts of the people as a symbol of the great human drama.”

 

 

Vegetarian Recipe Book100. Neferkaptah-and-the-Book-of- Tehuti . The Kemits stored many texts, on a wide range of subjects, in “Houses of Life”, the libraries contained within temple complexes. As Tehuti was the god of knowledge, many of these texts were claimed to be his work. The Kemetic historian Manetho claimed that Tehuti wrote 36,525 books.

 

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