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Dorothy Eady: A Woman Reincarnated as an Ancient Egyptian Priestess

Reincarnation is a fascinating idea that has fascinated people for a long time, no matter where they come from or what they believe. It’s the belief that souls can be born again in new bodies, such as the story of Dorothy Eady.  This mysterious concept has interested scholars, religious thinkers, and philosophers who have tried ...

Viena Abdon

The Temple of Seti I.

A Glimpse Into the Beauty Secrets of Ancient Egypt

Egypt has always remained a land of mystery and exoticism. Mention ancient Egypt and the images of gigantic pyramids and vast dunes conjure up your mind. The other thing you might think about is the unique beauty of its women and, in particular, Cleopatra. While the queen of Egypt (51-30 BCE), Cleopatra actively influenced Roman politics ...

Jack Roberts


Is This Irrefutable Evidence That the Sphinx Is 54,000 Years Old?

The Great Sphinx of Giza is the oldest, largest, and best preserved monumental sculpture in the world. The earliest known documentation for it comes from an inscription on a limestone stela (an upright stone slab) made during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmose IV in 1400 B.C., which refers to the “Sphinx” as Horemakhet-Horus-in-the-Horizon (“Horus upon ...


54,000-year-old Sphinx.

The Lost Name of the Ancient Empire of Egypt

Long before our current historic dating of the dynasties in Egypt, there was already a highly advanced civilization living in the region. According to the late knowledge keeper, Abdel Hakim, the members of this prehistoric civilization are the ones who actually built the pyramids and created the sphinx long before the time and dates officially ...


Woman walking down hallway in ancient Egyptian building.

18,000 Potsherds Document Life in Ancient Egypt

Egyptologists have recovered more than 18,000 inscribed potsherds in ancient Athribis — the remains of vessels and jars that served as writing material some 2,000 years ago. The potsherds, known as ostraca, document lists of names, purchases of food and everyday objects, and even writing from a school, including lines written by pupils as a ...

Troy Oakes

Athribis ruins.

Polish Researchers Uncover First-Ever Pregnant Mummy

In ancient Egypt, people were particular about preserving the remains of their dead and the tradition of mummification has aroused the curiosity of historians for centuries. Several types of mummies have been discovered over the years, but never a pregnant mummy. The Egyptians mummified their emperors and their family members, while mummies of people belonging ...

Jack Roberts

A pregnant mummy.