Tag Archives: Egypt

Is this Egyptian Symbol also a Gnostic Christian One?

The Ankh I’ve looked at this symbol before, but in relation to Sharon Tate’s friend, Jay Sebring’s use of it in his advertising. But I haven’t explained its significance to me, personally. Perhaps this chapter from Jesus and the Lost … Continue reading

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Yesterday in History VIII

Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty (March 26, 1979) On this day in 1979: Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin, and Jimmy Carter sign the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty in Washington, D.C. And a ‘cold peace’ broke out between those two nations. The timing is randomized. … Continue reading

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Was King Tut’s Tomb Protected by a Curse?

Howard Carter Opens King Tutankhamun’s Sarcophagus I know it sounds strange to buy into the idea of a curse, especially today, but these things were long rumoured to be true, especially with respect to an Egyptian King’s last resting place. … Continue reading

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The Double Irony of an Agent Mossad called “Angel”

Ashraf Marwan (February 4, 1944 – June 27, 2007) I watched this film on Netflix last night. Other than the fact that almost half of it was subtitled, it proved fascinating viewing. The point-of-view taken by the producers was that … Continue reading

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Is This the Real Thing, or Just a Fantasy, Too?

Dorothy Eady (Omm Sety) (January 16, 1904 – April 21, 1981) My friend, Ian, sent me the link to the History Channel’s page about Dorothy Eady, last night. I’d heard of her before, but actually didn’t pay her any attention, … Continue reading

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They Just Wanted to Be Alone Together for Eternity

Searching for Cleopatra (2021) I didn’t see this CBC “The Nature of Things” program when it first aired in January, but I caught the repeat last night. It was difficult to watch. When the archeological dig finally broke through the … Continue reading

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The Last Battle of the Republic of Rome

Battle of Actium (September 2, 31 BC) This final chapter of the Civil War between Mark Antony and Octavian, which was undertaken to rid the Roman world of the son of Julius Caesar and Cleopatra, took place off the coast … Continue reading

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Spiritual Discretion or a Darker Intention?

Elizabeth Wilcock (April 29, 1979?) I’m usually very good with research when it comes to finding out someone’s birth details. In fact, if there is any record of a public figure’s birth, it is normally a simple matter of looking … Continue reading

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Meet the Man who Proved the Maxim “As Above, So Below”

Claudius Ptolemy (100 AD – 170 AD) You might reasonably expect that the man who brought the ancient art of astrology into the ‘modern’ age would at least have a horoscope. Unfortunately, none exists, so I cannot show you his … Continue reading

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Beware the Ides of February

Tiberius Julius Alexander (10 AD – 70 AD) Let’s be clear here: I said that I was finished at looking for my past life in the 1st Century AD. I even stopped writing about Rome heroes and villains. But one … Continue reading

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