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  • Ashley Webb

    Pineal and Pituitary interface between the two brain hemispheres, portal to the crown chakra Egyptian culture

  • Sally Harrison

    correspondence of the human brain to ancient Egyptian head dress representing papyrus bundles (the means of transmitting knowledge through writing)

  • tatyana aza

    The Gate of God, by Gary Osborn. | Idea Solar

  • Kether Saturnius

    The Royal Cartouche that surrounds the names of Egyptian Pharaohs is an adaptation of the Shen Ring. But it has been said that the ‘oval cartouche’ is also an “egg” – which means that all Egyptian cartouches with the names of their Pharoahs are really names etched inside the “cosmic egg” of rebirth – the “cosmic egg” also represented by the thalamus in the brain of every individual. -

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Relief fragment with a cobra on the royal head- Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11 Reign: reign of Mentuhotep II, later Date: ca. 2020–2000 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Mentuhotep II Medium: Painted indurated limestone

Egyptian bronze statuette of Osiris. Ptolemaic Period. 3rd - 2nd century BC. This sizeable bronze figure depicts the god standing upright and mummiform on an integral trapezoidal base. He holds the traditional symbols of royalty, the crook and flail, to his chest and wears the plumed and horned Atef crown with frontal uraeus. A braided beard at his chin and a broad collar incised. The eyes retain their original silver inlay. Height: 34 cm

Ancient Egyptian slate fragment portraying an enthroned Osiris, wearing an plumed atef crown and holding a crook and flail. (Walters Museum)

Abydos, Carving, Egypt Pharaoh wearing the blue war crown and getting the breath of life from the ankh held by one of the gods of Egypt.