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Sefkhet-Abwy (Sashet, Sesheta) is an Egyptian Goddess of writing, as well as temple libraries Also called: Ba'alath, Belit, Baltis, Baaltis, and Ba'alat Gebal, "Lady of Byblos". The Romans knew Her by Byblos Goddess of knowledge The Greeks knew her by the name of Kypris she is Goddess of libraries, knowledge, and geomancy, among other things. Spell 10 of the Coffin text states “Seshat opens the door of heaven for you”. she is assocated with cannabis

Seshat – Goddess of writing and esoteric wisdom. This relief in the Amun temple at Luxor dates from around 1250 BCE and shows Seshat, the goddess of temple geometry and scribal arts

The tomb of Ramesses VI, who died in 1137BC, Picture taken by the journalist and the photographer  jakubkyncl.  PHOTOGRAPHY is strictly forbidden inside this ancient burial site, which makes Jakub Kyncl’s holiday snaps pretty incredible.

The tomb of Ramesses VI, who died in Picture taken by the journalist and the photographer jakubkyncl. PHOTOGRAPHY is strictly forbidden inside this ancient burial site, which makes Jakub Kyncl’s holiday snaps pretty incredible.

Sudan - The Black Pharaohs. A very interesting, sometimes forgotten period of ancient Egyptian history.

Sudan - The Black Pharaohs. The National Museum of Sudan is the largest museum in Sudan. Located on El Neel Avenue in Khartoum, the museum contains works from different epochs of Sudanese history. It was founded in

Burial Chamber of the Sety 1st KV17

"Chamber of Djed" (a symbol of Osiris) Seti I tomb, It was discovered in October of 1817 by the Italian explorer, Giovanni Belzoni. It is the longest (more than 120 meters), the deepest and the most elaborately decorated tomb in the Valley of the Kings.

Dendera Temple (Temple of Hathor) - Dendera, Egypt

Hieroglyphics, Dendera Temple (Temple of Hathor), Dendera, Egypt - Goddess Hathor with frame drum

[Fine Art Print of Nefertem and Tyet Knot by Egyptian School]

Fine Art Print of Nefertem and Tyet Knot by Egyptian School [colors of the firmament on the tyet, isis knot or ankh in blue red and gold. Notice the golden path of the sun in the blue and red regions of the Isis knot]

Figura 7 : As cordas da Harpa como representação do Deus Sol no Egito.

The Roman Catholic Eucharist is nothing more than adopted Pagan sun worship. See these amazing pictures of sun worship.

Papyrus of Ani: Theban Book of the Dead c. 1250 BCE

Papyrus of Ani: Theban Book of the Dead -- Circa 1250 BCE -- No further reference provided.

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