The foundation deposits and temple rites

The foundation deposits and temple rites Before building any temple in ancient Egypt, there were a set of religious procedures and rites that were carried out first before construction began. When the king or queen orders the construction of a temple for a god or gods, the appropriate place is chosen first; then the ritual […]

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The phenomenon of the sun’s perpendicularity inside the holy feet of Abu Simbel.

The phenomenon of the sun’s perpendicularity inside the holy feet of Abu Simbel. According to the phenomenon of the spring and autumn equinoxes and the summer and winter solstice, the Earth rotates on an inclined axis about 23.5 degrees, and this causes an equal occurrence between the hours of night and day on March 21 […]

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Egyptian temples between evolution and symbolism.

  Egyptian temples between evolution and symbolism.   All the evidence has proven that the Egyptian people are, by nature, religious. This was summed up by Herodotus, who visited Egypt in the fourth century B.C. and wrote in his book on Egypt: that the Egyptians are distinguished from other people, people, by piety and offering […]

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The most important title of the Kings is (Ka Nakht), the powerful bull in the front.

The most important title of the Kings is (Ka Nakht), the powerful bull in the front. It is one of the most important titles that the king was proud of, which symbolizes his stubbornness and sexual strength and that he still has sexual and physical strength. Of course, you will find it in almost all […]

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This is a scene from the Divine House (the temple) called “Hatt Khanmat Hah.”

This is a scene from the Divine House (the temple) called “Hatt Khanmat Hah.” Means “the palace united with eternity.” What is also called “Medinet Habu”.   What was built by King Ramsso the third? Here the king is standing before the God Amun Ra, Lord of the two lands. The official God of the […]

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What you do not know about “Ast / Isis / Isis”, the archetype of female creativity

What you do not know about “Ast / Isis / Isis”, the archetype of female creativity She is considered a symbol of fertility and motherhood. She played many roles in history and mythology as a female and creative goddess in ancient Egypt and throughout the ancient world. Her name means (Queen of the Throne), so […]

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A tour inside the blue Temple

The Dandara Temple (Qena) is known as the Temple of the goddess Hathor, the goddess of love, beauty and motherhood for the ancient Egyptians. It was built more than five thousand years ago and was considered a sacred city for the Egyptians at this time, and it is made up of several temples and religious […]

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Trajan’s shrine

Trajan’s shrine The parquet stations were resting for the deity’s statue when travelling outside the temple during the festival processions. The deity will inhabit this temporary shrine and bestow blessings on the locals. The first stop was usually inside the temple and the second outside the edifice walls. Other stations were built at greater distances […]

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Part of the roof of the temple of Dendera Temple of Hathor (and its name means Beit Hor)

Part of the roof of the temple of Dendera Temple of Hathor (and its name means Beit Hor) Its concept was associated in ancient Egypt with the Milky Way galaxy and the rhythm of its orbits. The Egyptian artist photographed the decade on the ceiling of the Dendera temple. Decans are groups of stars, each […]

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Hathor / The Seven Hathors

Hathor / The Seven Hathors Everyone plays one symphony. From the temple of Hathor (Dandara), the seven Hathors play music for the newborn child “Horus/Horus” they receive the newborn with a tambourine and the salattle (sings) they receive the newborn on his journey from the spirit world to the world of matter/earth. They stay with […]

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