Antonio Pellin

Antonio Pellin

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"With his linen scarf and pierced ears, Tutmosis IV maintains a peerless sense of style nearly three-and-a-half thousand years after his reign as the 8th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Ancient Egypt."

"With his linen scarf and pierced ears, Tutmosis IV maintains a peerless sense of style nearly three-and-a-half thousand years after his reign as the 8th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Ancient Egypt."

El olvidado Gigante de 7 metros de Ecuador se exhibe en el Mystery Park, Suiza - NOTICIAS NEWS

El olvidado Gigante de 7 metros de Ecuador se exhibe en el Mystery Park, Suiza - NOTICIAS NEWS

Stone bas-relief of a winged protective spirit carrying a deer, Assyrian, c875-860 BC. Artist: Werner Forman - Stock Image

Stone bas-relief of a winged protective spirit carrying a deer, Assyrian, c875-860 BC. Artist: Werner Forman - Stock Image

Annunaki. The Sumerians were precursors of many religious concepts, cosmological sagas and stories that were then picked up by other Mesopotamian peoples and neighboring regions. Among them we can mention: the creation of the world, the separation of the primordial waters, the formation of man with clay or ideas of paradise and the Flood (listed in the Epic of Gilgamesh). Writings of V. Scheil and S.N. Kramer, consider the creation of Eve from the rib of Adam

Annunaki. The Sumerians were precursors of many religious concepts, cosmological sagas and stories that were then picked up by other Mesopotamian peoples and neighboring regions. Among them we can mention: the creation of the world, the separation of the primordial waters, the formation of man with clay or ideas of paradise and the Flood (listed in the Epic of Gilgamesh). Writings of V. Scheil and S.N. Kramer, consider the creation of Eve from the rib of Adam

Las enigmáticas figuras de Acambaro. Hombre con dinosaurios coexistiendo?

Las enigmáticas figuras de Acambaro. Hombre con dinosaurios coexistiendo?

The pyramids are built over aquifers inside limestone layers. Unique layers of rock transmit electricity upward known as physioelectricity. The gold capstone facilitated a conductive path for the transfer of negative ions to the ionosphere. This way, a useable current was generated. An identical form of this technology was built into the Wardenclyffe Tower by Nicola Tesla.`

The pyramids are built over aquifers inside limestone layers. Unique layers of rock transmit electricity upward known as physioelectricity. The gold capstone facilitated a conductive path for the transfer of negative ions to the ionosphere. This way, a useable current was generated. An identical form of this technology was built into the Wardenclyffe Tower by Nicola Tesla.`

EGYPT ~ Mummified remains of Pharaoh Seti I, 19th Dynasty, one of the best-preserved Egyptian mummies, as photographed by Emil Brugsch (1842-1930). Seti I was the father of Ramses the Great (Rameses II).

EGYPT ~ Mummified remains of Pharaoh Seti I, 19th Dynasty, one of the best-preserved Egyptian mummies, as photographed by Emil Brugsch (1842-1930). Seti I was the father of Ramses the Great (Rameses II).

The remains of Tutankamun’s Parents -- Akhenaten, and the mummy only identified as “The Younger Lady” -- and his grandparents, Queen Tiye and Amenhotep III. It was recently proven that this “Younger Lady” mummy is in fact Tutankamun’s mother, and a full sister to Akhenaten. Thus King Tut only had one set of grandparents.

The remains of Tutankamun’s Parents -- Akhenaten, and the mummy only identified as “The Younger Lady” -- and his grandparents, Queen Tiye and Amenhotep III. It was recently proven that this “Younger Lady” mummy is in fact Tutankamun’s mother, and a full sister to Akhenaten. Thus King Tut only had one set of grandparents.

Glazed djed pillar  Egypt, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC  Djed pillars were among the amulets most commonly placed on mummies. They were used to represent the abstract concept of stability. The pillars were also associated with the god Osiris and were said to represent his backbone.  The spell in the Book of the Dead associated with them calls out to the god: 'Raise yourself up Osiris! You have your backbone once more. O weary-hearted One; you have your vertebrae!'  British Museum

Glazed djed pillar Egypt, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC Djed pillars were among the amulets most commonly placed on mummies. They were used to represent the abstract concept of stability. The pillars were also associated with the god Osiris and were said to represent his backbone. The spell in the Book of the Dead associated with them calls out to the god: 'Raise yourself up Osiris! You have your backbone once more. O weary-hearted One; you have your vertebrae!' British Museum

Djed Pillar Amulet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. It represents stability. The djed pillar is associated with Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead. It is commonly understood to represent his spine.

Djed Pillar Amulet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. It represents stability. The djed pillar is associated with Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead. It is commonly understood to represent his spine.