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The most mysterious sarcophagus in the Museum of Cairo, it is believed to be the coffin of the long-searched for Akenaten. It has a commoner's wig, but has been fitted with a beard and uraeus (strong indication of a royal). Found in January 1907 in tomb 55 by Theodore Davis and Edward R. Ayrton, the names on the sarcophagus have been erased. Click to read more...

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Pyramidion (top of a pyramid) dedicated by Amenemhet III , ruled 1831-1986 BC. The winged sun disk depicted in the center of the stone, carving art on the black granite is amazing. Found among debri on the eastern side of the pyramid in 1900 the capstone of the pyramid was carved from a block of black granite. A pair of eyes similar to those on the eastern side if his sarcophagus, together with some other hieroglyphic components are inscribed on the eastern side of the capstone.

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Sacred places are not triads of visual places but rather human self of three demensions - third eye – (thoughts) -throat voice (sound) and heart (emotions)

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An ancient Egyptian gold, lapis lazuli, turquoise, faience and glass pectoral found into the mummy of Tutankhamun; at the centre is a wedjat/eye of Horus, a symbol of wholeness and protection; flanking it are Nekhbet, the vulture goddess of Upper Egypt, and Wadjet, the cobra goddess of Lower Egypt.

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King Tut's tomb - Horus, son of the Goddess Isis, conceived by penetrating herself with her husband/brother's penis after he was murdered by their brother Set, and his body parts scattered. Called the Savior God of Egypt, for restoring his father to life. Often depicted as a falcon. The Eye of Horus watches over mankind.

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To embrace our shadow derail the possibility of the Shadow Effect taking us down, we must open up to a greater truth about our humanness what lurks beneath the surface of the person we believe ourselves to be.- Debbie Ford,The Shadow Effect

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