The Ankh

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The Ankh is one of the most well-known and widely used symbols of ancient Egypt. It is in their myths, hieroglyphs, texts and art. What is the Ankh symbolizing? Mainstream ideas are “life”, “breath of life”, or “death and resurrection”. As you will see, they are all way off base. The Ankh has to do with you, your higher self to be exact. Continue reading “The Ankh”


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Sekhmet is one of the oldest known Egyptian deities. She is very closely associated with Hathor. Her name is derived from “sekhem’ and it means power or might. Sekhmet is often translated as “She who is powerful”. The Egyptian texts show that Sekhmet had good and bad aspects. What makes Sekhmet very interesting to me is that some scribes stole a story about her in an ancient Egyptian text and put it in the bible. Continue reading “Sekhmet”




What is a god? Gods are all over the myths world-wide. If you ask me we are all gods and goddesses, but this world is all about you not knowing you are divine. Even for those of you that are “awake” this may come as a surprise. If you have read my previous work you know who I am about to reveal, but at least know you will know where I get my conclusions. This post will mainly be about the monotheistic god, but I will touch on the religions with multiple gods too. Everything in our modern world comes out of Egypt(which goes back to Atlantis) and god(s) is no exception. Continue reading “God(s)”

Hunger Games


The Hunger Games is a novel by Suzanne Collins and was made into a blockbuster film series. I will use the movies because let’s face it, no one reads anymore. This story is written like an ancient myth, but the fictional time and place is this planet right now. I remember when the movies first started coming out, the conspiracy buffs were all over the internet saying this is going to be the new world if the Illuminati has their way. I got news for you. This has been going on for a long time, but not it the way you think. Continue reading “Hunger Games”


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Cupid is the Rome equivalent to Eros and their names basically mean ‘desire’. Desire is the reason we humans have time. It is also said the Cupid is the god of erotic love, attraction and affection, hence we say he is the god of love. It is because of misinterpreting the myths and legends that we think the ancients were obsessed with sex. The myths are way more beautiful when they are translated correctly. Continue reading “Cupid”

Turin Shroud


The Turin Shroud is a length of linen cloth bearing the image of a man, supposedly it is the burial shroud of Jesus. The shroud is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. The Catholic church neither formally endorsed nor rejected the shroud, but Pope John Paul II called the Shroud “a mirror of the gospel”. You are about to find out why I love Leonardo da Vinci so much. Continue reading “Turin Shroud”