The Egyptian Book of the Dead: A guidebook for the underworld – Tejal Gala

Ani stands before a large golden scale where the jackal-headed god Anubis is weighing his heart against a pure ostrich feather. Ani was a real person, a scribe from the Egyptian city of Thebes who lived in the 13th century BCE. And depicted here is a scene from his Book Continue Reading

ORIGINS OF ANCIENT RELIGION — The Religion of the Sun

For at least thousands of years people practiced the Religion of the Sun right across the Earth the evidence for this once-great global religion can be found in the most ancient sites sacred texts and legends in the world, stretching long before recorded history and even further back than the Continue Reading

Pyramids and solar religion

[MUSIC PLAYING] INES TORRES: Pyramids are one of the most common of all human architectural forms, and one of the most stable. But the reason for building a pyramid is also related to a set of religious and funerary beliefs that the Egyptian espoused. Some of these beliefs are intimately Continue Reading

“Fear the Boom and Bust”: Keynes vs. Hayek Rap Battle

>>HOTEL CLERK: Lord Keynes! Welcome, sir. It’s a pleasure.>>KEYNES: The pleasure’s all mine. >>CLERK: Your agenda–>>KEYNES: That won’t be necessary. I am the agenda. >>CLERK: [laughs]>>KEYNES: Tell them I’ve arrived– >>HAYEK: And then tell them I’ve arrived.>>CLERK: And, your name is?>>HAYEK: Hayek. F.A. Hayek. With an “H”.>>KEYNES: Freddy. (yeah) Keynes. Continue Reading

Стела Сна

1397 BC. Ancient Egypt, reign of Pharaoh Amenhotep II. One of his sons Thutmose IV, who is not the heir to the father’s throne, went for a walk. Its consequences soon will change his fate… “Dream Stele” – granite slab between the paws of Great Sphinx on which this story Continue Reading

Why Japan's Great Pyramid of Giza Can't be Built Until 2110

(I'm Kento Bento) This video is made possible by Skillshare. Home to over 23,000 classesto teach you a new life skill. London. October, 1992. A Japanese man entered agovernment building near Chancery Lane, and made his way up to an office on the first floor. This was the London branch Continue Reading

Bizarre Cultural Practices Of Ancient Egypt