Egyptian Spell for Being Transformed Into a Phoenix

The following spell is from the Egyptian Book of the Dead for being transformed into a phoenix or Benu Bird.phoenix

Spell 83: Spell for being transformed into a phoenix.

I have flown up like the primeval ones,
I have become Khepri,
I have grown as a plant,
I have clad myself as a tortoise,
I am the essence of every God,
I am the seventh of those seven Uraei who came into being in the West,
Horus who makes the brightness with his person,
That God who was against Seth,
Thoth who was among you in that judgement of Him who presides over Letopolis together with the Souls of Heliopolis,
The flood which was between them. (more…)

Underworld Hall of Judgement

The word Dead or Ded, means “firm,” “established.” This quality or condition was greatly desired by the ancient Egyptians for their dead. After death the heart was said to lead an independent existence, journeying alone through the Underworld (Duat) until it met the deceased in the Hall of Judgment presided over by the great God of the dead and King of the Underworld, Osiris.

Divine pardon at judgement in the underworld was always a central focus of the Ancient Egyptian religion and rituals.  (more…)

Egyptian Prosecutor to Start Investigation of Zahi Hawass for Alleged Theft from Khufu’s Cartouche

The Belgian author best known for his Orion Correlation TheoryRobert Bauval has been Zahi Hawass and Robert Bauvalunrelenting in his accusations against the former Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, Dr. Zahi Hawass. For the past year, Bauval has detailed a strong case against Hawass for his alleged involvement in the theft of the Khufu Cartouche.

Hawass has been striking back in the media against Bauval by accusing who he calls ‘the Belgian adventurer’ (Bauval), of ‘paying the Germans’ to steal the Khufu Cartouche in order to prove that the pyramids were built by foreigners 15,000 years ago. He also blames the ‘foreigners’ for the corruption and all the problems that were caused to antiquities. (more…)

The Ancient Egyptian Demon Worm Apep

In ancient Egypt, the serpent Apep (Apophis) was known as the evil god who lived in the underworld, and was the most wicked enemy Apepof Ra. Apep was personified with the darkness of the darkest hour of the night, against which the God of light Ra must not only battle, but fight successfully before he could rise in the east in the morning.

Ra was worshipped as a savior, and Apep worshipped against as the destroyer. Ra was the bringer of light and order, and upholder of Ma’at. Apep was the bringer of darkness, and Lord of Chaos. Apep was often depicted as a giant snake/serpent, and was sometimes called the Serpent from the Nile and Evil Lizard. Some accounts even said that his body stretched 16 yards in length and had a head made of flint. (more…)

Ancient relics from ‘End of the World’ Ebola type virus plague discovered in Egypt

Our earth has seen what some would call “end of the world events” many times in its history. Cataclysmic natural disasters, and horrific flesh eating plagues have wreaked havoc on humanPlague-of-cyprian kind such as the one described in this story. They have happened before, and may happen again in the future with devastating diseases like the modern day Ebola virus.

Recently, a group of Italian archaeologists discovered some telling evidence of an ancient plague at a funerary complex in Luxor, Egypt on the site of the ancient city of Thebes. LiveScience reported the human remains that archaeologists found at the site were covered with a thick layer of lime, used historically as a disinfectant. The MAIL researchers also found three kilns where the lime was produced, and more human remains scattered over an area that appears to have been a giant bonfire, in which many of the plague victims appear to have been incinerated.

This lime they found covering the bodies and in these kilns is a very telling clue to the science and medical practices used by the ancient Egyptians, which I will explain a bit more below. But first let me please give you some background on this ancient Ebola type plague. (more…)

New Evidence Challenges Dating of First Egyptian Mummies

Mummification is otherwise known as the preserving process that cultures such as the Ancient Egyptians had practiced on dead bodies in order to carry Mummy King Tutthem into the next life. It has been thought to have originated approximately 4,600 years ago or in the year 2,600 B.C. Sources such as the Smithsonian, have maintained that the earliest mummies from prehistoric times were probably accidental and formed naturally from the hot and dry environment of the desert.

However, a recent article from Live Science pointed out  an analysis from the science journal “Plos One” that uncovered new evidence which shows mummification was intentionally being practiced by humans using chemical means over a thousands years before the Fourth and Fifth Dynasties, between the years 4500 B.C. and 3100 B.C.. (more…)

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