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Coffin of HorankhEgypt, Thebes, c. 700 B.C. Wood, gesso, paint, obsidian…

Prana, the vital energy present in the air that we breathe, links our inner and outer environments and connects us with all beings and all nature. The volume and quality of prana that circulates within our bodies determines the level of our vitality, and this internal reserve of energy can be increased and purified by pranayama, or conscious breathing. On Pranayama, Nubia Teixeira will guide you through a restorative practice interweaving these b...

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How to make Sudanese Kisra | Sorghum Crepes

Ankh also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "life", a triliteral sign for the consonants ꜥ-n-ḫ. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest.

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Sennefer: Replica Panel Sizes: 24” x 32” | 32” x 48” Tomb of the Vines - Sheikh Adb el-Qurna The Ancient Egyptian noble Sennefer was “Mayor of the City” Thebes, during the reign of Amenhotep II of the 18th dynasty. This Fresco from the burial chamber depicts Sennefer seated beneath a stylized sycamore tree. His wife Meryt is shown much smaller as is the typical of the Egyptian style to show social status. He is holding a lotus flower and a sekhem sceptre as a symbol of power and authority.

Symbol of the K.A----> The "ka" is a very complex part of the symbolism in ancient Kemet and represents many things such as: a symbol of the reception of the life powers from each man from the Neterus; it is the source of these powers...The ka lived within the body of the individual and therefore needed that body after death. This is why WE mummified our dead. If the body decomposed, their spiritual double would die and the deceased would lose their chance for eternal life...! hmmn