The Black Pharaohs An ignored chapter of history tells of a time when kings from deep in Africa conquered ancient Egypt.
The Egyptians had many gods and goddesses. The early tombs were mastabas, rectangular structures of mud brick, with slightly sloping walls. By the end of Dynasty II, the interiors of royal mastabas were being constructed of cut stone.
egyptian goddesses hathor and isis
Temple of Horus at Edfu, Egypt.
'The waxing moon and the Eye of Horus at Dendera.' Astronomical ceiling. According to Egyptian mythology Horus lost his eye during a battle with Seth (the murderer of his father Osiris) and the eye (called 'Wadjet') was subsequently healed by Thoth, who is portrayed at the right-hand side of the picture. The destruction and healing of the eye was symbolically coupled by the ancient Egyptians to the waning and waxing of the moon.♔PM
Horus statue with cat at Temple of Edfu, Egypt
The Ancient Egyptians regarded Thoth as One, self-begotten/self-produced. He was the master of both physical/ divine law. He made the calculations for the heavens/stars/Earth. He dir-ected the motions of the heavenly bodies. Without his word, the Egyptians believed, the gods would not exist. He was depicted with the head of an Ibis. He was the Moon God of wisdom, speech, writing, measurement, magic and arbitration
Taharqa - Taharqa was a pharaoh of the Ancient Egyptian 25th dynasty and king of the Kingdom of Kush, which was located in Northern Sudan. Son of Piye, the Nubian king of Napata who had first conquered Egypt. Although Taharqa's reign was filled with conflict with the Assyrians, it was also a prosperous renaissance period in Egypt and Kush.
Statue of Amenirdis, daughter of Kashta, one of the kings of the 25th Nubian dynasty. She was a divine wife of Amon, a title which gave her as much power as the king himself, however only in Luxor. Alabaster on black granite - 25th dynasty - Karnak.
Assyria Crushes the Nubian 25th Dynasty “Queen Amun-dyek-het bows before her captor, King Esarhaddon of Assyria. In her right hand she holds the menat, symbolic of her office as the high priestess of the goddess Hathor.”
Aspelta Pyramid,Black Pharaohs, Nubians, Sudan, Nuri, near 4th Cataract, 25th dynasty Burial Ground, Pyramids, Late Period
The coffin lid of 25th Dynasty Theban Priest, Djeddjehutyiuefankh, on view at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
25th Dynasty Pharoah Shabaka
Statuette eines Priesters mit Hathorsymbol (statuette of a priest with Hathor symbol) | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos
Limestone relief; sarcophagus Queen Kwit (consort of King Mentuhotep II); ca. 2061-2010 B.C.; Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Ptah is one of the great creator gods of ancient Egypt. Khnum created the creatures who live upon the Earth; Ptah created the Earth and the Sky to nourish and support their lives. Ptah created the world from his thoughts. The ancient Egyptians believed that the mind resided in the heart. During the embalming process, they routinely threw away the brain and saved the heart. One of their central myths involves the weighing of the heart against the feather of Ma'at.
Funerary Stela of the Royal Sealer Neferiu. Period: Old Kingdom–First Intermediate Period. Dynasty: Dynasty 8–11. Date: ca. 2150–2010 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Dendera (Dandara; Tentyra), probably.
Bottle, 2675-2130 B.C. Old Kingdom bottle; amethyst quartz
The Goddess Bastet holding a sistrum in her right hand
Antique Gold Horus Stargate Geocoin - Star Gate Spacegate