Origins of Fasting

Origins of Fasting

Origins of Fasting Originally posted here  and was written by Prophet Neb Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig, on February 1st, 2013 When we take a closer look at religions that were created in the last two millennia, we see that all their programs included causing fanaticism in the public and a period of fasting. Most of these religions…

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Does Our Understanding of Egyptology Need a Paradigm Shift?

Egyptology

Does Our Understanding of Egyptology Need a Paradigm Shift Sacred texts have revealed the path of the initiate to be one that is not easily followed, but can be rewarding beyond measure. The greatest figures in history have achieved enlightenment through the self imposed path toward higher consciousness. What can we gleam from the riddles…

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The Seshu-Hor

The Seshu-Hor We are told by academic scholars that Khemitian (Egyptian) civilization began around 3,000 BCE and before that there were primitive neolithic settlements that suddenly developed within a few hundred years into a great culture. This “dynastic” civilization was already at some sort of height during the “old kingdom”(2,700-2,200 BCE). In fact, nothing produced…

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Researchers have discovered 16 previously unknown Pyramids believed to be over 2000 years old

discovered Pyramids

Researchers have discovered 16 previously unknown Pyramids believed to be over 2000 years old Researchers have discovered 16 previously unknown Pyramids believed to be over 2000 years old British archaeologists have discovered an ancient cemetery in Sudan with the structural remains of at least 16 pyramids that are believed to be at least 2,000 years…

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Sunken Treasures from Ancient Egypt heading to British Museum

Sunken Treasures

Sunken treasures from ancient Egypt heading to British Museum More than 200 spectacular ancient Egyptian treasures buried beneath the Mediterranean seabed for more than 1,000 years are to travel to the British Museum for a blockbuster exhibition in 2016. The museum announced a six-month show that will tell the remarkable story of two lost cities…

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R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and the Intelligence of the Heart

schwaller

R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and the Intelligence of the Heart René Schwaller de Lubicz (1887–1961) is known to English readers primarily for his work in uncovering the spiritual and cosmological insights of ancient Egypt. In books like Esotericism and Symbol, The Temple in Man, Symbol and the Symbolic, The Egyptian Miracle, and the monumentalThe Temple…

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The Dawn of Kheper

Kheper depiction at Karnak, Egypt. Original Photography by Anyextee

The Dawn of Kheper The Khemitian (Egyptian) indigenous oral tradition, brought forward by Abd’el Hakim Awyan, Indigenous Wisdom Keeper and Archaeologist, teaches that the ancient Khemitians (Egyptians) of pre-history established the original teachings that the sun goes through five daily stages. The stages of the sun coincide with human development, levels of consciousness, degrees of evolution and cycles of…

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Zep Tepi and the Mystery School System of the Edfu Temple, Egypt

Edfu

Zep Tepi (The First Time) and the Mystery School Teachings of the Edfu Temple (consecrated to Horus) – On the walls of the Edfu Temple, the story of ‘Zep Tepi’ – the ‘first time’ – displays the rule the Archons, who came to Egypt and proceeded to give the people of the Nile the benefits of civilization and…

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