Posts Tagged ‘pharaoh’

Psusennes: The Silver Pharaoh with Treasures to Rival Tutankhamun’s

Amidst the chaos of the Second World War in Western Europe, a French archaeologist named Pierre Montet unearthed a stunning treasure in 1940 in Tanis, Egypt. The find was on par with the legendary discovery of the intact tomb of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, made by Howard Carter two decades earlier. But, despite the […]

After 10 Terrible Plagues, Pharaoh Proudly Announces Plagues Are Now Down 100%

EGYPT — After enduring 10 horrible plagues that ravaged the kingdom due to his stubbornness and pride, Pharaoh proudly announced that plagues in Egypt are now down 100%. “Hey, folks, we did it! I did it! I brought the plague rate down! This is because of my policies. No joke! Come on, man!” said Pharoah […]

After 10 Terrible Plagues, Pharaoh Proudly Announces Plagues Are Now Down 100%

EGYPT — After enduring 10 horrible plagues that ravaged the kingdom due to his stubbornness and pride, Pharaoh proudly announced that plagues in Egypt are now down 100%. “Hey, folks, we did it! I did it! I brought the plague rate down! This is because of my policies. No joke! Come on, man!” said Pharoah […]

After 10 Terrible Plagues, Pharaoh Proudly Announces Plagues Are Now Down 100%

EGYPT — After enduring 10 horrible plagues that ravaged the kingdom due to his stubbornness and pride, Pharaoh proudly announced that plagues in Egypt are now down 100%. “Hey, folks, we did it! I did it! I brought the plague rate down! This is because of my policies. No joke! Come on, man!” said Pharoah […]

After 10 Terrible Plagues, Pharaoh Proudly Announces Plagues Are Now Down 100%

EGYPT — After enduring 10 horrible plagues that ravaged the kingdom due to his stubbornness and pride, Pharaoh proudly announced that plagues in Egypt are now down 100%. “Hey, folks, we did it! I did it! I brought the plague rate down! This is because of my policies. No joke! Come on, man!” said Pharoah […]

After 10 Terrible Plagues, Pharaoh Proudly Announces Plagues Are Now Down 100%

EGYPT — After enduring 10 horrible plagues that ravaged the kingdom due to his stubbornness and pride, Pharaoh proudly announced that plagues in Egypt are now down 100%. “Hey, folks, we did it! I did it! I brought the plague rate down! This is because of my policies. No joke! Come on, man!” said Pharoah […]

Top Stories This Week: Child Snatchers, Haunted Mirrors & A Pharaoh’s True Face

In this top story overview, we highlight our most read articles this week, including a look at the Erkling, a strange mythical snatcher of children, and the fascinating mythology and superstitions around mirrors. Among our most popular this week were also three breaking news stories – the recovery of the shattered skeletons of a man […]

Explaining the Weirdly Alien Looking Statues of Pharaoh Akhenaten

In the history of Ancient Egypt, Akhenaten occupies a very special place. Of all the pharaohs over the many centuries, he was by far the most controversial one. His radical policies, major religious reforms, and social changes, all caused a lot of instability in the Ancient Egyptian state. His reign and the changes he put […]

Amenhotep II Confirmed as the Pharaoh of the Exodus

Two videos that confirm 1.) the historical reality of the Exodus and 2.)  confirmation of who the Pharaoh was. Episode 1: [embedded content] Episode 2: [embedded content] All of this information confirms the historical analysis of CI author, Mrs. Sydney Bristowe, in her book, “The Oldest Letters in the World.” Here is an online link […]

Secret Connections Between Yom Kippur and Pharaoh Akhenaten

As Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar approaches, this article delves into the religious traditions that are followed by millions at this time of year. But it goes further, noticing that some of the traditions seem to correlate very neatly with some more ancient customs of Egypt. What rituals and traditions found […]

Solomon and Sheba: Were a Famous Pharaoh and Queen the Real Protagonists in this Love Story?

The story of Solomon and Sheba is well known as one of love. But it is only when we learn their true identities that we see how much affection and adoration Solomon had for his favorite Queen. He literally moved mountains to express that love for her – well mountains of sand and soil to […]

Pharaoh Blames Plague Of Locusts, Water Turning To Blood On Climate Change

PI RAMESSE—In a press conference today, the divine ruler of Egypt confirmed what many feared: the locusts and the Nile River turning to blood—plagues that have tormented the nation for several weeks—are likely the result of climate change.  “My astrologers and magicians have confirmed it,” said Ramses. “It’s an undeniable fact that human impact on the environment has made the sun […]

Akhenaten Heretic Pharaoh: The New Osiris

Did Egypt’s Heretic Pharaoh outlaw the God of the Dead, or become him? Akhenaten has been called ancient Egypt’s ‘Heretic Pharaoh’. From 1354-1337 BC Akhenaten so drastically altered his country’s religion, art, and mythology that his monuments were afterwards destroyed and his name was effectively erased from history until the 18th century AD. He has […]

From Peasant To Pharaoh: The Popularity of ‘Pizza’ in the Ancient World

Since the ancient times, people have been eating pizza in one form or another. By 2200 BC, Egyptian flatbread was topped with a spread called dukkah and evidence of flatbread consumed in Italy also date back to 2000 BC. Although it is known that the Persians, Etruscans and Greeks were producing something that can loosely […]

Pharaoh’s Parade: Mummified Display of Egypt’s Glorious Past

When you utter the name “Egypt,” the first thing that comes to the mind is the storied past hidden in the deep recesses of fantastical pyramids. Not to forget, unending expanses of beautiful, golden desert. To commemorate this rich history, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is organizing a Pharaoh’s parade on Saturday, April 3, […]

CT Scans Reveal Ceremonial Execution of Pharaoh ‘Seqenenre the Brave’

A professor of radiology from Cairo University has uncovered new and fascinating details about the death of the famed Egyptian Pharaoh Seqenenre-Taa-II (or Seqenenre the Brave), who ruled the southern region of a divided Egypt in the 16th century BC. Using an innovative technique known as paleoradiology, Dr. Sahar Saleem deployed computer tomography (CT) technology to […]

Hatshepsut: The Queen Who became Pharaoh

Hatshepsut was the longest reigning female pharaoh. Under her reign, Egypt prospered. Known as “The Woman Who Was King,” the Egyptian economy flourished during her time as pharaoh. She directed the construction and repairs of many buildings, memorials, and temples. However, upon her death, Hatshepsut’s successors tried to erase any memory of her. While the […]

Surprising Links Between Pharaoh Akhenaten and the Jewish New Year

The origin of Jewish New Year celebrations has long been shrouded in mystery. Families around the world celebrate it during autumn with sweet delicacies, joyous prayers, and the blasting of the shofar ram’s horn. Called Rosh Hashanah (“Head of the Year”), it is also Yom Hazikaron (“Day of Remembrance”). However, what exactly is being remembered? […]

‘Hamas is your Pharaoh’, Israeli military liaison tells Gazans

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Passover is a reminder the battle between Moses and the Pharaoh is still raging

Tonight marks the first night of Passover, and so I’d like to ask my Jews reading this to take a few minutes to ponder the meaning of this day, beyond a day of Matzoh and singing with family members around the dinner table. Passover celebrates the resistance and liberation of the Jewish people from the […]

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