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Em hotep" (EM ho-TEP) actually has several meanings, but when used as a salutation or parting phrase, it means "in peace". An extended version -- "ii-wy em hotep" -- means "Welcome in peace!" and was one of the most popular greetings in Kemetic.
Egypt unearths eight ancient mummiesEgyptian archaeologists have discovered eight mummies dating back over 2,300 years at a pyramid complex south of Cairo, authorities said Wednesday."The Egyptian archaeological mission working at the south…Continue
Mummies of cats, scarabs found in newly discovered Egyptian tombsA sealed tomb, believed to be some 4,400-year-old, has been discovered at the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Saqqara. Archeologists also unearthed mummies of cats and scarabs in other…Continue
Mystery is no stranger to the Great Pyramid of Giza. For centuries, scientists and archaeologists have probed inside the…Continue
Researchers confirm: Giant Ancient Egyptian underground Labyrinth exists and could rewrite historyThe Incredible Ancient Egyptian underground Labyrinth has been found and confirmed by has been suppressed by mainstream history.It can be easily…Continue
Ancient book contains detailed drawings of a fourth pyramid in GizaAccording to ancient texts there was a fourth pyramid located at Giza plateau and it was made of a dark or black granite-like stone.During the 1700’s, Frederic Norden, a Danish naval…Continue
Isis was first an Atlantean High Priestess of the Alta Ra priesthood who ruled the Egyptian colony after the sinking of the Motherland, Atlantis. In time, her memory merged with the archetype of the Great…Continue
From: https://www.sliptalk.com/heracleion-city-found-underwater/Off the coast of Egypt, divers have discovered something that was thought to be lost a long time ago. It was…Continue
A severed right hand discovered in front of a Hyksos palace at Avaris (modern-day Tell el-Daba). It would have been chopped off and presented to the king (or a subordinate) in exchange for gold. This discovery is the first archaeological evidence of…Continue