Entering the Sancturies of the main god - Osiris in Abydos, Egypt.
You will notice the face of the gods are defaced, because after this religion fell, a lot of coptic christian egyptians moved into the temples and started living there. These coptic egyptians believed that these “old gods” were evil spirits and there was no need for this religion anymore. So they defaced the pictures of the gods in order to destroy the remains of the old religion and ward off evil spirits.
about illuminati, new world order, aliens, pyramids, 2012, monarch programming and the agendas of the government. There’s nothing I can really do about it, but let try and spread the word about all of these things.
Controlling you through fear the government gives you a false sense of safety. Taking advantage of you and now watching your every move. They can detain you without reasonable cause. All the TV networks and music labels are run by the same people. They control everything you see. Since you were little putting subliminal messages in your Disney movies.
Seriously educate yourself people. Read the lyrics in the songs you listen to, pay closer attentions to music videos you watch.
Sumerian Records, the sphinx is real.
Born of Osiris.
Every heard of the Illuminati Card game?
it explains their plans in detail, and a lot of the plans have already carried through.
An acrylic screen print onto linen of 3 shabti statues with the pyramids in the background, painted with ink and the pyramids stitched into by hand representing the great efforts put into ctreating the pyramids themselves. finished with a border of the text ‘I am here and i will come wherever you bid me’ repeated over and over representing the amount of statues each pharoa would have had
Something is seriously off in the Watkins home. And Julie Seagle, college freshman, small-town Ohio transplant, and the newest resident of this Boston house, is determined to get to the bottom of it. When Julie’s off-campus housing falls through, her mother’s old college roommate, Erin Watkins, invites her to move in. The parents, Erin and Roger, are welcoming, but emotionally distant and academically driven to eccentric extremes. The middle child, Matt, is an MIT tech geek with a sweet side… and the social skills of a spool of USB cable. The youngest, Celeste, is a frighteningly bright but freakishly fastidious 13-year-old who hauls around a life-sized cardboard cutout of her oldest brother almost everywhere she goes.
And there’s that oldest brother, Finn: funny, gorgeous, smart, sensitive, almost emotionally available. Geographically? Definitely unavailable. That’s because Finn is traveling the world and surfacing only for random Facebook chats, e-mails, and status updates. Before long, through late-night exchanges of disembodied text, he begins to stir something tender and silly and maybe even a little bit sexy in Julie’s suddenly lonesome soul.
To Julie, the emotionally scrambled members of the Watkins family add up to something that … well… doesn’t quite add up. Not until she forces a buried secret to the surface, eliciting a dramatic confrontation that threatens to tear the fragile Watkins family apart, does she get her answer.
Rafe is a normal teenager from Boulder, Colorado. He plays soccer. He’s won skiing prizes. He likes to write.
And, oh yeah, he’s gay. He’s been out since 8th grade, and he isn’t teased, and he goes to other high schools and talks about tolerance and stuff. And while that’s important, all Rafe really wants is to just be a regular guy. Not that GAY guy. To have it be a part of who he is, but not the headline, every single time.
So when he transfers to an all-boys’ boarding school in New England, he decides to keep his sexuality a secret – not so much going back in the closet as starting over with a clean slate. But then he sees a classmate break down. He meets a teacher who challenges him to write his story. And most of all, he falls in love with Ben … who doesn’t even know that love is possible.
At the dawn of the Roman Empire, when tyranny ruled, a daughter of Egypt and a son of Rome found each other…
Selene’s legendary parents are gone. Her country taken, she has been brought to the city of Rome in chains, with only her twin brother, Alexander, to remind her of home and all she once had.
Living under the watchful eyes of the ruling family, Selene and her brother must quickly learn how to be Roman – and how to be useful to Caesar. She puts her artistry to work, in the hope of staying alive and being allowed to return to Egypt. Before long, however, she is distracted by the young and handsome heir to the empire…
When the elusive ‘Red Eagle’ starts calling for the end of slavery, Selene and Alexander are in grave danger. Will this mysterious figure bring their liberation, or their demise?
So I actually started writing a new novel, at last, its a romantic comedy between these two babies <3 The girl on the left I haven’t found a name for yet, but on the right is Egytian demigirl Sebastian. The two of them are sort of unlikely friends who society rejects and who find comfort both in each other and on the little farm they start. I love these babies.
From the day we explored Greenwich, simply seeking fish and chips but stumbling upon unexpected astounding beauty. Love you, England, and all your lovely little towns! 💙🙌🌆 #greenwich #london #england #city #town #cutetown #europe #oldroyalnavalcollege #royal #needle #tower #egytian #cleopatrasneedle #cleopatra #obelisk #greenwichuniversity #sightseeing #globetrotter #vacation #vacay #tourist #adventure #travel #wanderlust #takemeback
Yes racism exists very broadly in our society but I personally as a black female do not see how Until Dawn is in anyway racist like you suggest. More than half of the main cast aren't "white".. Josh and his twin sisters are Egytian, Emily is Asian and Matt is African American? Also it's a game where you make your own choices so the characters make stupid decisions based on your stupid decisions.
Oh my god chill it was a joke literally calm down no need to get pissy