egyptian hieroglyphs


Ancient Egyptian lapis lazuli ring inscribed with the names of Thutmose III and Hatshepsut, dating to the 18th dynasty, or c. 1479–1458 BCE more specifically. The ring is currently located in the Met.


Venus, the Pentagram and the Zodiac.

The orbit of Venus is such that it produces a very strange but interesting effect when viewed from Earth against the backdrop of fixed stars that we know as the zodiac. The planet appears to move in the form of a five-pointed star (pentagram) with the sun at it’s center, taking a 40-year cycle to repeat the process…if one knows the position of Venus, one knows the time and date to a precision measured in seconds over hundreds of years.

Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas- Uriel’s Machine

Image 1- Egyptian hieroglyphs that incorporate the five-pointed star to demonstrate knowledge.

Image 2- Venus draws the shape of a pentagram as it progress through the zodiac. 

Egyptian concept of time is represented by the hieroglyph ‘Neheh’, which means ‘eternal repetition’, or, in a more esoteric sense, “repetition of the original” which is the definition of a fractal process unfolding.  

Shekinah is the English transliteration of a grammatically feminine Hebrew/Egyptian word that means ‘the dwelling or settling’, and is used to denote the dwelling or settling of the Divine Presence of God, especially in the Temple.

Neheh Shekinah then, appears to mean the “eternal repetition of the original divine presence of God”.  And shows a fundamental quality of God that is cyclical, eternal, and changing.  The very substance of reality as a ‘process fractal’ or Monad.   




Decided I would be productive this weekend, so I’m starting Saturday off with a nice breakfast (toast and some fresh orange juice) and a quick revision of Egyptian hieroglyphs!! 

Egypt is the best tbh 💕

What are you guys doing this weekend?