Race and The Prince of Egypt

      Picture above taken by Patrick Gray from flickr and uploaded January 18,2016. When it comes to pop culture and Ancient Egypt there are times when movies can either get things right and get things wrong. Especially when it comes to race. I feel that a movie that got the race of Ancient […]

Trip to the Rosicrucian Museum

          Picture above was taken by me, this is an area in the Shasta-Hanchett Park where initiated Rosicrucian members can relax and pray in the park.       Last Saturday I was able to go on a field trip to the Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose, California. However right when […]

Aten, Monotheism, and Henotheism

MCAD Library posted a picture on Flickr of Aten overhead Nefertiti and Akhenaten. The original photographer is Allan T. Kohl.     If you ever took a history of Egypt class your professor or teacher would most likely have gone over the Amarna period. In that class you would have learned that Nefertiti and Akhenaten played a […]

The Role of Horus

Here is a picture taken by our friend Vernon Fowler in Edfu. It is a statue of Horus being represented as a falcon. If you have ever visited a Museum with an Ancient Egyptian section you might have come across names of the different Gods in Ancient Egypt. One of those being Horus. He was the son […]