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Do All Societies Have Religions?

Do All Societies Have Religions?

From Morreall, John; Sonn, Tamara (2013). "Myth 1: All Societies Have Religions". 50 Great Myths of Religion. Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 12–17: The phrase "World Religions" came into use when the first Parliament of the World's Religions was held in Chicago in 1893. Representation at the Parliament was not comprehensive. Naturally, Christians dominated the meeting, and Jews [...]

The Scientific Method In Kemet

The Scientific Method In Kemet

This article is done to briefly address a claim was made on Facebook which states: << Indigenous people DID NOT conduct a study, create a hypothesis, test it, draw conclusions in order to received their myths. Their words are passed down fro the people that was actually there during the event/event(s). There's a different, trying [...]

The Calendars

The Calendars

Helpful information toward a better understanding of the calendar systems in Ancient Kemet.   (6th Dynasty Old Kingdom Tomb of Mereruka ca. 2345 BCE)  Unlike today's dating methods where we count the years in sequence from a fixed historical point, the Remetch began calculations from a king's ascension to the throne. Using this system in [...]

7 Chakras In Judgement Scene?

7 Chakras In Judgement Scene?

Is there a picture showing the 7 chakras found in ancient Kemet's Book of Coming Forth By Day (Book of the Dead)?   A question was asked related to Chakras in ancient Kemet.  It was pointed out that on page 124 of The Pert Em Herew by Dr. Muata Ashby, there are two pictures of [...]

Is “Hotep” a foul word?

Is “Hotep” a foul word?

There are several claims being made related to the word Hotep. 1) Hotep is a foul word. 2) Hotep doesnt mean peace. 3) Hotep is used out of context.  Are the claims true? Is there any support for these claims?   The above video is from a Google+ Hangout dated February 27th 2015 and posted [...]

Is Your Lifestyle In Harmony With the Care of Your Life-Force?

Is Your Lifestyle In Harmony With the Care of Your Life-Force?

  The Care of the Life Force, its replenishment, conservation, free flow, and the equilibrium of its modalities was a subject of a recent G+Hangout. The Life-force is the vehicle of energy that powers the activities of our physical body and our mind. Obviously, then, it is the force that enables the activities of our physiological [...]

Muslim Prayer From Kemet?

Muslim Prayer From Kemet?

  There are a few pictures circulating on the internet such as this to the left, making the claim that the Muslim's Sujud prayer position is stolen from Kemet.  Such pictures with this comparison are misleading and inaccurate.  Although the two pictures appear alike, the top figure is that of a Kemetic person drinking water [...]

Colossal Statue of Djehuti Hotep

Colossal Statue of Djehuti Hotep

  Recently, a lot of attention has been given to the tomb of the ancient Egyptian provincial governor Djehuti Hotep (Thothotep) of Wenet (“The Hare Nome”) c. 1900 B.C.  Djehuti Hotep lived under the reigns of Amenemhat II, Senusret II, and Senusret III and was one of the most powerful nomarchs of the Middle Kingdom. [...]

Adjectives

Adjectives

Adjectives are words that describe qualities, such as size (“big,” “narrow”), color (“black, “red”), and value (“good,” “cheap”). In English, adjectives are mostly used to modify nouns — that is, in a noun phrase that specifies what kind of noun is meant: a big house, red ink, the cheap hats. Adjectives are words that describe [...]

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