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Within this highly sculptural sarcophagus in the image of the falcon god Sokar, lies an ‘Osiris mummy’ fitted with a gilded beeswax mortuary mask and protected by sacred/magic earthenware balls. Possibly Fayum, Dynasty 26. 664 BC–525 BC. This ‘Osiris mummy’ is not a real mummy, but rather a figurine made of earth and grain seeds representing the god Osiris.

Within this highly sculptural sarcophagus in the image of the falcon god Sokar, lies an ‘Osiris mummy’ fitted with a gilded beeswax mortuary mask and protected by sacred/magic earthenware balls. Possibly Fayum, Dynasty 26. 664 BC–525 BC. This ‘Osiris mummy’ is not a real mummy, but rather a figurine made of earth and grain seeds representing the god Osiris.

Maravillas Del Mundo: Google+

Maravillas Del Mundo: Google+

Egyptian wood Ptah-Sokar-Osiris. Late Period - Ptolemaic Period. .Collection particulière française.

Egyptian wood Ptah-Sokar-Osiris. Late Period - Ptolemaic Period. .Collection particulière française.

A new genetic study suggests a lineage of Egyptian pharaohs were subjected to willful genetic manipulation by a technologically advanced civilization. ...

A new genetic study suggests a lineage of Egyptian pharaohs were subjected to willful genetic manipulation by a technologically advanced civilization. ...

AN EGYPTIAN GLASS HEART AMULET -  NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XIX, 1307-1196 B.C.

AN EGYPTIAN GLASS HEART AMULET - NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XIX, 1307-1196 B.C.

Abu-simbel-Ramesses-the great

Abu-simbel-Ramesses-the great

GIFT: oxyrhynque

GIFT: oxyrhynque

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L' Ancien Empire (2778-2065 avant J.-C.) - " L'égypte un don du Nil "

L' Ancien Empire (2778-2065 avant J.-C.) - " L'égypte un don du Nil "

(from Chaco Canyon - photo by Daniel Bianchetta of Esalen Institute)    The Hopi usually depict Kokopelli, the Humpback Flute Player, as a stick figure in the act of walking. He has antennae on top of his head. He is usually bent forward, blowing into a flute that he holds between his hands. His back is bowed, filled with sacred cargo. Kokopelli is a traveler. His luggage or humpback contains the seeds to be scattered. His flute calls the rains to nourish the seeds.

(from Chaco Canyon - photo by Daniel Bianchetta of Esalen Institute) The Hopi usually depict Kokopelli, the Humpback Flute Player, as a stick figure in the act of walking. He has antennae on top of his head. He is usually bent forward, blowing into a flute that he holds between his hands. His back is bowed, filled with sacred cargo. Kokopelli is a traveler. His luggage or humpback contains the seeds to be scattered. His flute calls the rains to nourish the seeds.

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