35 Burst results for "Egypt"
Ignore the Howlers Wanting a 'Quick & Easy' Gun Bill
"Folks we can't continue to do this I mean we can't continue to go down this road We have to do my best advice for you right now If my advice means anything Anything to you I hope it does You spend a lot of time here I spend a lot of time with you Ignore the howlers right now screaming about some quick and easy answer or some Bill There is no bill to fix this folks We are a collective complicated group of 330 million people and billions around the world Nothing that we have done to ourselves over the last 30 years is going to be fixed by a bill you can not legislate morality You can not legislate a fixing of the culture crisis in the United States Ladies and gentlemen I swear to you on my life I would solve my right arm and send it to you to show you my sincerity If I thought for a moment anything they were doing on guns or knives or blow torches or firearms or anything else Would stop one of these things from ever happening again I'd be the first one on the radio and say let's hear them out If I thought any one of these things would do that Ignore this stuff They are not interested in fixing what has happened to this country This isn't the only place in the world this happens Don't believe the talking point It's happened in Norway Egypt Mexico all over the world But that doesn't mean either that we should ignore it and pretend it doesn't happen all too much here because it does And we can't say on one hand we first America first and then ignore that yeah this does happen an awful lot here We're not the only place Don't believe that nonsense
Proving the Link Between Egypt and the Hebrew People
"Back. I'm talking to doctor Douglas, petrovic, who is putting forward a thesis with a lot of evidence that, in fact, the world's oldest alphabet is Hebrew or what eventually became the Hebrew alphabet going back so far that it's almost incomprehensible to the 19th century BC. If you know anything about the evolution of language and alphabet, and we're going to get into that, it's gigantic news. And it proves the link between Egypt and the Hebrew people. So a lot of what you've discovered doctor petrovic, and by the way, thank you for being with us today. The reason it's so controversial is because it supports the Bible as history and there are a lot of people deeply invested in that not being right. And so you become their enemy and what you're putting out there. They want to debunk it. When did you in the course of your studies begin to see that you had something here that you could make this case? It goes back to 2012 and 2013. It all started when I was studying for my comprehensive exams for my PhD at the university of Toronto, which by the way, the major of my program was serial Palestinian archeology and the first minor was Egyptian language ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language. And then the second miners ancient near eastern religions, but all goes back to 2012 when all of a sudden out of nowhere I fell into evidence for Israelites in Egypt at the time of the exodus. I already knew the right time frame for this that it's the middle of the 15th century BC that they exit has happened in 1446 BC. And I knew the right place, which is the site of a virus. And what was discovered there were animal remains consisting of four different animals that you read about in excess 11 and 12, the time of the first Passover, the tenth plague on Egypt, dogs, cattle, sheep, and goats, and most of them were sheep and sheep and goats, and almost all of the sheep and goats died in their first year of age, which is exactly what the Hebrew Bible says was a requirement for the sacrificial animals. So in studying this in falling into this, you know, I consider it kind of like a gold mine that I fell into.
Douglas Petrovich Has Uncovered Fascinating Archeological Connections
"Now the headline here, and I should have started with this. Is that, I mean, this is so fascinating. It's always the more fascinating something is that more difficult it is to sum up. But this has tremendous implications with regard to the historicity of the scriptures. The stories of Joseph. Again, going way back, talking to the 19th century BC. It's amazing. The 19th century BC so far back, the time when Joseph would have lived. But we didn't really know this until fairly recently and you've been at the forefront of showing this. There are a lot of directions to go in, but I think isn't that the most controversial aspect of what you're putting out there that there are people that just don't want to believe that some of what the Bible says is true. It's history and by discovering this language, this alphabet I should say so far back long before we thought there was an alphabet, you make it difficult for those who don't like to believe that the Bible is history. Absolutely Eric and you would not believe the amount of flak that I have received in light of all of this because it is giving credence to the history of the Bible and if you think about it and I don't know, you are academic background, but in most colleges and universities, both across the United States and around the world. Professors have been using their platform to kind of mock the historical view of the Bible. And one of the greatest mockeries that's used is, hey, the Bible says the Israelites were in Egypt for 430 years. Why do we have no proof of that? And for all of this period of modern history with archeology and the study of ancient inscriptions, epigraphy, we have no examples that show us that the Israelites were there. And that then becomes a springboard to creating disbelief within our kids and our
Douglas Petrovich on Hieroglyphics and the Hebrew Alphabet
"So you're telling me that we know and everybody would agree that whatever the first alphabet was, the first written language that uses alphabetics was derived we know from Egyptian hieroglyphics. Now, is that because of is it the letter a that looks like a bull or an upside down bull? How do we know that Egyptian hieroglyphics lead to the first alphabet? Well, we know for several reasons. One of which is that in its earliest form. And by the way, the earliest inscriptions were found in several sites in Egypt and several sites in Sinai southwestern Sinai. So from those early inscriptions, we know that at that stage, at that phase, the alphabetic script was extremely what we call pictographic, which means it's as if you were drawing something and anyone looking at the drawing could clearly tell what you were drawing because of the picture. So that is what was borrowed very clearly and again, agreed on by all scholars. That was drawn from hieroglyphics. And as time went along, Eric in the second millennium BC and by the way, that's the 19th century BC is when it started. Our earliest attested alphabetic letter is 1842 BC and the oldest inscription is 1840 BC. So as then time went along, the script evolved if you don't mind the term, in such a way that it became less and less pictographic. And if you think about it, that's really logical because you wouldn't want people to spend so much time writing every single letter drawing a well, you know, with good curvature, all of the forms of a picture. But if you could make it more abstract if you could write it faster, then it would speed up the entire writing.
Douglas Petrovich and Eric Discuss the First Ever Alphabet
"The first alphabet in the history of the world is Hebrew. This is the more you learn about this, the more fascinating and strange and amazing it is, he has a new book out, doctor petrovic called origins of the hebrews, new evidence of Israelites in Egypt from Joseph to the exodus, a previous book is called the world's oldest alphabet, Douglas petrovic, welcome to the program. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be with you today. I am really so fascinated by this. How do we start? I mean, if somebody knows nothing about this, and most people really don't think about this kind of thing. If somebody had asked the question ten or 20 years ago of some scholar, hey, what's the first alphabet? What would they have said? Well, they would have said it's clearly a semitic language that's behind it. And so all scholars agree with that. And it's clearly a script that evolved or derived from Egyptian hieroglyphics, so there's clearly a physical visual basis or foundation in hieroglyphics. Everybody would agree on that. The question would just be which is the semitic language behind the world's surface. I've just learned something
US set to remove 5 groups from foreign terrorism blacklist
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Robert Morgan on the Historical Pattern of Attempts to Destroy Israel
"What do you make of people who say that when antiochus epiphanes did something like this that that's what John is writing about in the latter part of the first century? You're saying maybe that's a pre figurine, but that he's nonetheless writing about something in the future as well. He is the biblical type of Antichrist. John is the one and his first and second epistle that used the word Antichrist. And he said the spirit of the Antichrist is already in the world. I mean, John has a remarkable verse, just I can't get over this first in chapter four of first John that we are the children of God and the whole world is under the control of the evil one. The whole political world, the whole academic world, the whole military world. And so antiochus epiphanies, antiochus the fourth was a forerunner. If you want to know what the tribulation is like, you can look at feiro with Egypt. You can look at antiochus epiphanes between the old and new testaments. You can look at Hitler. There is a pattern in history, Heyman. In the days of ester, a pattern in history of people trying to destroy the nation of Israel, which is God's channel of redemption, bringing them messiah into the world.
Author Robert Morgan Discusses the Book of Revelation
"Things that we can talk about? What are some of the events that we can talk about? Well, in revelation, four and 5, we see a great celebration in heaven. And there is the father, the son, the Holy Spirit, and then Jesus receives the scroll, and it has 7 wax seals. And when he began snapping that seal, that is the beginning of what we call the tribulation, the 7 year period. And there are 6 and 7 different events that occur. One is the emergence of a powerful military leader who goes out trying to solve big problems and to conquer the world. And the light of that there is warfare and the light of that there's famine and a lot of that there is death. But also interesting leader during this time, millions of people are going to come to the lord Jesus, many of them will be martyred, and we call these the 7 seals, and it's the 7th great events that will take place. And that's followed by 7 trumpets, and as these trumpets blow, then events take place catastrophic events that are very reminiscent of the plagues of Egypt. In fact, if you want to know what the tribulation period will look like, just go back and study Moses and the plagues of Egypt. That's a miniature version.
Why Did Journalist Lara Logan Seemingly Disappear?
"Fox as promised from an undisclosed location, we have the joy of speaking with Laura Logan, Laura, welcome to the program. Thank you very much. I want to talk to you about everything. So I don't know where we should start. Let's start with the fact that I came to know you as a really a star reporter at CBS. You were rising like a rocket in the world of journalism. You were given this sort of the plum political assignment. You're not just a reporter at CVS, but you get to be on 60 minutes with all those people who are four and 5 times your age. And then suddenly you seem to have disappeared a little bit. I guess take us back. Was it because of what happened to you in Egypt that you went off the radar a little bit as a journalist? No, not at all. And it was because of Benghazi actually. It was because I naively did a story that for me wasn't political at all, but for the Clinton campaign in the 2016 election cycle was, of course, nothing but political.
The New Iran Deal Is Sinister for Many Countries
"Now imagine what Israel would have to do if the Russian air force if they had to engage the Russian air force And that's why this deal with Iran is so sinister For not just Israel but Egypt Jordan Saudi Arabia all these countries It's because now Syria is going excuse me now Russia is going to have a special relationship with Iran because Iran is going to provide it with a financial backdoor to get around the sanctions And Iran is going to provide them apparently with under the deal that the Russians negotiated XS nuclear materials that they develop And so what are these Arab states in Israel going to do now So that's why I haven't focused on what it is we're doing about this Israel scared to death They're not sure what the hell to do about all this Because the Biden administration has put them in a horrific position As it has everybody so I don't take second place to anybody when it comes to Biden and this administration and the destruction they are doing overseas and here But I want to stay focused on this which is putting everything aside the Ukrainian people are being slaughtered They didn't provoke anything Vladimir Putin has explained why he's trying to take over Ukraine In a multi thousand word essay in July of this past summer And it has nothing to do with NATO and has nothing to do with anything else He wants that territory because he believes it's Russian territory It doesn't even have to do with the old Soviet Union He goes back to the 9 to the 900th century 1200 years ago That's what he writes I encourage you to read it And he's not done after Ukraine according to this essay He doesn't believe Poland He doesn't believe hungry are fairly considered sovereign nations and so forth he believes that they manipulated the map way back when and so this guy is serious about what he wants to do We ought to read what he says and listen to what he means
Libya coast guard: Migrant boat capsizes; 19 presumed dead
"Abates carrying around two thousand migrants capsized off the coast of Libya and the Mediterranean Sea every dozen people are now missing and presumed dead Libya's coastguard said that a group of twenty three migrants mostly from Egypt and Syria sets off from the Libyan town of Tobruk so far only one body has been found dead three migrants were rescued and taken to hospital such efforts are continuing in the latest tragedy at sea involving migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean into Europe I'm Karen Thomas
'Let My People Go!' Author Steven Collins on the Queen of Egypt
"Author of let my people go, doctor Stephen Collins. Doctor Collins, okay, things got so bad after the 18th dynasty's collapsing. That the widow of king Tut reaches out to their enemies. Kind of amazing to the hittite king. How do you pronounce it? That's a great dog name. I think it's a great dog name. Oh my God. Anyway. Yeah. But anyway, so here's the queen of Egypt. Whose husband has just died king Tut. And they're young, and so she writes this letter to super lily, you may the enemy hittite king, and she says this. Let me quote it for you. The letter says, my husband has died. And of course, it probably said dear soupy or something like that on the front of it. But my husband has died. We have no sons. I hear you have many sons. If you will send one of your prince sons to me to marry me, he will sit on the throne of Egypt. Can you imagine that? The queen of Egypt just offered the enemy hittite king. An opportunity to make Egypt a vassal state by having one of his own sons sitting on the throne of Egypt. That is the probably the most bizarre scenario you can imagine in the ancient near east. Well, he flies off the handle, he doesn't know why he's staying because Egypt does not is not honest about how bad things are because those dynasties those empires were never honest. They only told you the good news. Obviously the hittite king doesn't even believe that this really is the queen of Egypt. Why would you be a basing yourself? He didn't believe it, frankly. And so they do a little corresponding back and forth and he sends envoys down to talk to her in person and she flies off the handle. What he doesn't believe me, you think I would you think I would degrade myself in front of any other king, you know? So anyway, they finally come back to super lilium, and they say, you know, hey, king, it's a real deal. She's offering you by one of your sons of Egypt. Oh, he says, okay, so he lines up his sons. He picks the sun, Zidane, and he sends the envoys emissaries back with his son's Zidane's to Egypt and as he crosses into Egypt he's assassinated. That's a
Why Did Archaeologist Steven Collins Want to Research the Pharaoh?
"And here he is, my friend, doctor Stephen Collins, doctor Collins, welcome. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate it. Listen, I read this book that you wrote on the subject. And I just thought, we have to talk about this because it's at least fascinating. It's even if some people I'm sure will quibble with your identification of who the pharaoh was. But I learned so much in the process. I mean, I end up agreeing with what you say, but it's just fascinating to learn about the history of Egypt. So let's start at the beginning. How did you get involved in thinking about the question of who the actual pharaoh is? During the time of the exodus and deal with the question of what people have said about that over the years. Because so many people dismiss the whole liberal scholars say there was no exodus, forget about it. It's all made up. Well, of course, everybody's seen the movie, right? The ten commandments, Yul Brynner, the fairly exodus, who was your representing ramses the great ramesses, the second and the 13th century, the problem with that is that there are a whole lot of evangelical scholars and have been a whole lot of non evangelical scholars, egyptologists through the years who have suggested other pharaohs of the exodus. Ramses, the great wasn't the only game in town. And what I began to look at that, it bothered me a bit that even amongst the conservative Bible believing evangelicals, there was a 200 year swing in the time of the exodus. And when the exodus might have happened, going all the way back to the middle of the 15th century and all the way down into the middle of the 13th century.
What Does It Mean to Honor Your Parents vs. Love Your Parents?
"What does it mean to honor your parents versus loving your parents? Well, that's my point that I made when I first started teaching the greatest document in history, the ten commandments. Again, this is why I'm in love with the Bible and especially the first 5 books. Which I'm writing my commentary on. There is a law to love your neighbor. Love your neighbors yourself. There's a law to love the stranger, love the stranger, because you were strangers the land of Egypt, there's a lot of love God, love the lord your God with all your heart with all your soul and the layer Mike. But there's no law, there's no law to love your parents. You don't have to love your parents. It's so liberating that fact because people are racked with guilt if they don't love their parents. But you have to honor them, and I'll give a non parental example and then go back to parents. I was in many years ago I was in a radio studio. And Jimmy Carter walked in. I can't stand Jimmy Carter. But Jimmy Carter had been president of the United States. And I Dennis stand up for a president or ex-president of the United States. I stood up and shook his hand. I honored the president. I didn't honor Jimmy Carter. I have no desire to honor Jimmy Carter, but I honored the president, if you don't want to honor your mom or your dad, that's fine. But you have to honor the father and mother of your life. If it's sometimes impossible, there truly evil human beings or one of them is, all in every instance in life, exceptions are not the rule. Seat belts save lives. Sometimes they kill people. If your car is on fire and it crash and your seat belt is broken, you're trapped and you will die of being burned alive. But it is fair to say seat belts save lives. As a rule, you honor your father and mother.
Dennis Prager's 'The Rational Passover Haggadah' Is for Everyone
"So I'll give you an example of what I do. I ask a question that any thinking person would ask and would like an answer to. If God took the Jews out of Egypt, why didn't God take the Jews out of Europe? So that's an example of an issue I discussed. That's not a Jewish question. That's the great question of why does God allow suffering? That's for everybody. Everything in the book is for everybody. You know, you'll love this, Charlie. So whenever I'm asked about this question, I say, from when I was a kid in India Shiva, Jewish religious school. I remember thinking, this can't be just for Jews. And later, I came up with this idea. The notion that the Torah only speaks to Jews is as bizarre as Beethoven only speaks to Germans or Shakespeare only speaks to the English. Either I go further, either it speaks to everyone or it doesn't speak to anyone. That is my deepest belief about everything that I write that has to do with Hebrew scripture.
'The Rational Passover Haggadah' with Dennis Prager
"Welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. Super thrilled and honored to have with us today. A mentor of mine and a teacher of mine someone who I have listened to hundreds of hours of his content, his fireside chats have literally changed my life and he's the author of an exciting new book. The rational Passover hagada did I say that right, Dennis? Perfectly. And I encourage everyone coming along in your Judea. I still gotta get some of these other words right. The trust me. It's tough. But that I just want to say your rational Bible. Genesis in particular, it really is life-changing. Truly. It's meant to be. Thank you. Coming from you, that's a big deal. But as I said, that's the reason I worked so hard on this is to change lives. This one is part of the series and not part of the series. I've used the term the rational because I only use reason. But it's not about a biblical book. It's about the Passover Seder, the most ancient ritual that is still practiced in the world. We're talking about something that has taken place. For over 3000 years, it's astonishing when you think about it. In the Passover Seder, recounting the exodus from Egypt and this is the 2000 year old book that is used to this day and I explain it like I do genesis and exodus and now later in the year deuteronomy. And that's why it's for everybody like my Bible books. It's for Jews, Christians, and everybody else. And so
Dennis Prager Previews His Book 'The Rational Passover Haggadah'
"Your book, the new book is called the rational Passover Haggadah. Now you've written all these books, the rational Bible. For whom did you write this book? And you know it's like a half a joke question, because I know, in a way, no, it's right. I know you know my answer, but the question is very serious and very important. Yeah. Literally everyone. Ideal in the book with the biggest issues of life because the Passover raises it. So for example, I have I have a lot of little essays in there. So that people will have substantive things to talk about. If they read it together. And one of them is this. If God took the Jews out of Egypt, why didn't he take them out of Europe? I mean, everybody certainly every Jew has asked that question, but they don't ask it out loud, or they certainly not going to discuss it at the Passover Seder. But that's the elephant in the room. And it's the elephant in the room for Christians. If God did ex for Jesus cured the blind, why doesn't God cure the blind today? I mean, it's everybody can ask this. And it's a completely legitimate question. And I deal with it. Why doesn't God solve all the problems of evil? That's essentially it. But that's an example of one of the many issues I raise and discuss in this book. So that's why it's for everybody.
Olympic Updates: Xi to meet with leaders of Serbia, Egypt
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"egypt" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Tournament, but getting there, I think Egypt's slightly favorite, but I would personally I would put money on molecule. I like this more consumer. It's a very divisive manager. Everywhere he's been there was the ones who loved him and the ones who hated him, we know about older clashes with akin to the edge, for example, and a few other players who he didn't feel had the right mindset and attitude for playing for the treatment for the rest of the team. That's why he dropped them. And I think this is a huge game frame. I think if there were to be Egypt, the confidence and the momentum that we bring to them, I think then they could go really far. Hakimi free kicks your sit better and better. Elsewhere. There's another goalless draw, fresh. After a 120 minutes, Equatorial Guinea though advancing 6 5 on penalties after sako missed the 6th and lolly. Colin, this is a tough launch just two shots in target in the entirety of the match but Ecuador Guinea will not care. And it's a bit disappointing for me because I talked about Molly. You know, as one of my dark horses to go all the way. And this was a very, very tough love for them. But I mean, if you don't go to a regulation time, you leave yourself open to the possibility of penalties and for Equatorial Guinea. First I'm not making it to the quarterfinal outside of when they hosted. So look, I'm not sure they would go much further than that. But I do think that it's a great day for them. And then they will be happy with what they've done so far. Let's take a look, shall we? And the other side of the bracket and how things set up then for the quarterfinals is this competition.
"egypt" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"And there's no answer blindly. They said i have to go to a doctor. Well how long do you wait on god before you bail out and say look. I've got to have this taken care of. I had a life to live. I have a ministry to do. What i do is important with my family. All you're thinking like an egyptian thinking like a christian. Have you ever waited on god for anything or have you made your own deliverance in your own plans and gone about your life and just basically say yes. I pray that god doesn't answer so i have to go do it myself. God helps those who help themselves. There has never been greater lie. God does not help them help. Those who help themselves he leaves. He leaves them to their own devices and to their own flesh. God real yes is jesus who says he is. Yes does he care about you. Yes is about you. Yes what does he want from you. Once you leave egypt you want you to turn off the television. He wants you to turn off the entertainment. You want you to turn off the lust for food. We eat way way way too much food so we have high insulin levels. We become fat in heavy. Why because we eat too much we lust after the satisfaction for the flesh of the sugars of the food. frankly we way too much protein way too. Many carbohydrate carbohydrates and way too much sugar. Sugar is addictive. If you were to say okay for the next two weeks i will eat. No sugar will eat nothing. That has sugar in it. I will eat small portions of protein. I will eat small portions of carbohydrates once a day. What really what do you think moses eight on the far side of the desert. He didn't eat gour- meal meals out. There all assure you you see when we begin to walk away from the pleasures and the murders the oppression the wickedness of egypt. And when we walk away or run away and we go to the far side of the mountain where the mountain of.
"egypt" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Salvation comes from. Jesus christ by the blood. I come in obedience to the word of god to my heart to share with you. What he's given me. As i have prayed fasted waited before him for he gives me the word and then i come and i share it with you. It's not a popular word. But i'm not looking for a popular word if i were. I would employ all of the devices and agencies of the modern world marketing campaign. No i'm interested in people coming and listening to this broadcast who are willing to humble their hearts before god. Who are we willing to leave behind. Egypt and the sophistication of egypt and the money of egypt and the wickedness of egypt are willing to travel to the far side of the desert to the mountain of god. This is not an easy transition. Everything within us says we must be successful. You must have your to do list. You must have your bucket list. You must know that you're being profitable. I've spent many hours in the last week. In my prayer chamber reading the word crying out to god waiting upon him and there has been a colonel in my heart. That says ray what are you doing..
"egypt" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"You have been to the back side of the mountain the backside of the desert god calls those who would serve him into a place where they are no longer playing to the crowd in egypt. We're pride is dealt with where ambition is cast aside. God cannot use a proud ambitious man or woman. God cannot use as an instrument of his grace a man filled with self who loves money and wealth. Who sees himself as somebody who walks about with something to prove. And i would ask you the very sobering question today and it will require a great deal of personal understanding. Do you still have something to prove. You have something to prove to your mother or to your father. Do you have something to prove to your wife or to your husband. You have something to prove to other men or other women. Are you still struggling to somehow gain the recognition to gain the approval. Are you crippled because you need the approval of somebody when you go to the far side of the desert you no longer hear the music of the world now. I know many christian people who refused to leave egypt but are in church every week. They love being looked upon as important. They love to have their opinions considered. They love to look at their finances. Nc have prosperous they are and they have their plans all laid out. I'll do this by this time. And then at this time i'll do this. I'll do this. i'll do this. And they have their life kind of planned out. That's all from egypt. A man who goes to the backside of the desert no longer. Here's the music of egypt. No longer sees the dance. He no longer has anyone to impress. Now god chose the perfect place.
"egypt" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"To their father and rule their father said why have you returned today and they. They said an egyptian rescued us from the shepherds. He drew water us and he wanted the flock and rule says where is he will. We left him sitting back at the. Well why go invite the man to come and eat with us. So they do. So moses now is the object of great interest to these seven beautiful daughters. I don't know how long it took. But i'm sure the poorer was making is at this man. She was very interested and somehow in conversation. Daddy decided that he would offer this daughter. This eldest daughter to moses as a wife if he would stay and take care of the sheep he agreed. She gave birth to a son. She named him gershom. Saying i've become an alien in a foreign land. Now let's talk about this. Just a moment. Moses now has a flock of sheep to care for but unlike checa who worked twenty years and then was able to build his own heard and his own prosperity. Moses will serve for forty years as a shepherd to the sheep and he will not own one of them. Please understand god was in this. God cannot use a man who stays in egypt every man who will be used by the holy spirit must enter into the school of the holy spirit and he must go to. The backside of the desert cannot live enjoying the entertainment of egypt. Enjoying the social life in the privilege of egypt the lord must draw him out and so we find moses as become a kneeling in a foreign land. But in the meantime the king of egypt dies and god here's the groaning of his people and he remembers his covenant. With abraham isaac and jacob please all redemption is based on a covenant and the covenant must be sealed with blood.
"egypt" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Aside from it. He was not interested. He sees an egyptian taskmaster beading one of the hebrew slaves. He intervenes in the process. He kills this the slave driver the next day he goes again to look upon his people with compassion and mercy and he sees an egyptian but he doesn't seem hurting the slave he sees one of the hebrews beating up a weaker hebrew and he steps in and intervenes and says to them. Why are you hurting one. Another well the man replies. Who made you ruler and judge over us. Are you going to kill me like you killed. The egyptian heart is frightened. Because he knows now. it's being talked about. The gossip is spread everywhere. And he knows it's just a matter of time until phero here's the word and so he flees. i'm sure in his mind and we're told this in scripture. He thought the children of israel would rally to him and he would lead a rebellion against the favor of egypt. But that's not what happened. I want you to hear this. As he runs he runs all the way through the desert and he finally comes to million and there he sits down beside a will and besides that well he's exhausted. He's thirsty and waits knowing that he has no way of drawing water but knowing that shepherds will come and he will ask them for a drink. He still dressed in his egyptian outfit. He was clearly identified as an egyptian and a wealthy egyptian even though now he was not wealthy. You had left all of that behind their seven. Beautiful women come with their sheep. Draw water filled the troughs and then men who are shepherds come and drive the women away and drive the women's flock away and this angers moses it is an injustice so he stands up in defense. These.
"egypt" Discussed on The Bible in a Year
"We're let we left that that was yesterday. That is not today. It is a two hundred and we were reading isaiah. Eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty. Nick whom the prophet home one and two and proverbs tend versus twenty five through twenty eight book of the prophet isaiah chapter eighteen Land of wearing wings which is beyond the rivers of theo pia which sends ambassadors by the nile in vessels of papyrus upon the waters. Go you swift. Messengers to a nation tall and smooth to people feared near and far a nation mighty and conquering whose land the rivers. Divide all you inhabitants of the world. You who dwell on the earth when a signal is raised on the mountains look when trump is blown here for thus the lord said to me. I will quietly look from my dwelling like clear. Heat in sunshine like a cloud of do in the heat of harvest for before the harvest when the blossom is over and the flower becomes a ripening grape. He will cut off the shoots with pruning hooks and the spreading branches. He will hugh away they shall all of them be left to the birds of prey of the mountains and to the beasts of the earth and the birds of prey will summer upon them and all the beasts of the earth will winter upon them at that time gifts will be brought to the lord of hosts from people tall and smooth from a people feared near and far a nation mighty and conquering whose land the rivers. Divide to mount zion. The place of the name of the lord of hosts chapter nineteen and oracle concerning egypt an oracle concerning egypt behold the lord is riding on a swift cloud and comes to egypt and the idols of egypt will tremble at his presence and the heart of the egyptians will melt within them and i will stir up egyptians against egyptians and they will fight every man against his brother and every man against his neighbor city against city kingdom against kingdom the spirit of the egyptians within them will be emptied out and i will confound their plans and they will consult the idols. And the sorcerer's and the mediums and the wizards and i will give over the egyptians into the hand of the hard master and a fierce king will rule over them says the lord the lord of hosts and the waters the nile will be dried up and the river. we'll be parched and dry and it's canals will become foul and the branches of egypt's nile will diminish in dry up reads russia's will rot away. There will be replaces places by the nile on the brink of the nile. And all that is sewn. By the nile will dry up be driven away and be no more the fishermen will mourn and lament all who cast hook in the nile and they will languish who spread nets upon the water the workers in combed flax be in despair and the weavers of white cotton those who are the pillars of the land will be crushed and all who worked for higher will be grieved the princess of zone are utterly foolish the wise counsellors of pharaoh give stupid council how can you say to pharaoh i'm a son of the wise a son of ancient kings we're then are you're wisemen let them tell you and make known what the lord of hosts has purpose against egypt..
"egypt" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"Our story was a sad one today for the land of egypt every firstborn was killed traditionally the firstborn is the one who inherited the family's land and wealth and also became the leader of the family. So this was an enormously. Tragic event for all of egypt are memory verse. Today is important to remind us of the consequence of sin that they and we are going to have a brand new reader here to help us read the memory verse earth's exodus chapter twelve verse thirty be. Can you help us do that. Yeah so wonderful. I right so here. Are the words see if you can read them and there was a great guy in egypt for there was house was someone was dead. Good job of reading. That and miss beggar.
"egypt" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"You now reading through these plagues the last few weeks here on donuts and devos. I can't help but wonder if the surrounding lands around egypt had heard about everything that was happening and if they did what they have thought of forty got all costs danger zone. Red alert alert for real. Though the first nine plagues could be thought of as just phenomenons of nature by outsiders but this final plague was different. God himself came into egypt's deliver this final tragic punishment but first we read them. Moses and aaron told the people about god's words regarding passover this was the way god would save his people from the death that was about to happen throughout the land. This was going to be a tradition that they would continue and tell their children about and the people listened. They believed and they did what they were told. And they worshiped god. Then the lord came at midnight when all of egypt was sleeping god came through and struck down all the firstborn of every single egyptian including the first born of all the livestock. The animals do yes. Every living thing was affected sin affects everything in the world. What a horrible night. that must've been in. There was a great cry in egypt for there was not a house among the egyptians where someone was not debt. That's so sad is always sad. Because it's not what god plan for us. The consequence of phero ston and faithlessness was death and death is a consequence of sin for all of creation. I'll of earth suffers under the consequence of sin but who was saved from the angelo death at night. Do you remember those who painted the blood of the lamb on the doorpost of their houses audit. Now we're all in bondage of sin as just as romans. Six twenty three says the wages of sin is but but the gift of god is eternal life through christ. Jesus our lord. Maybe we should make this a new challenge and donuts. Divas find the cross reference version and we can laugh yes. We can laugh too because we are freed. We're free food christ's death and resurrection. His blood covers us. Saves us from sin for giving us so. We are no longer prisoners of death. In fact you know death passes over us and we are children of life. Through god's love and mercy as the israelites were freed from their slavery we too are free through. Jesus christ the blood of the lamb. Let's pray dear heavenly father dear father you saved.
"egypt" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"I'm so excited to be episode. One with fara. She is from cairo from egypt. And we met at nepal yoga home in katmandu back in july of two thousand seventeen. We were yoga teachers together. In training it was amazing and we immediately bonded from the first day. I knew wanted her to be my best yoga friend and we have stayed in really good touch ever since i visited far in egypt and we had an amazing trip together and we're trying to organize an opportunity to get together again soon. So she is with me here today and we are going to dive into yoga and yoga and egypt and far as journey so far. Thank you so much for being here with me today. Thank you so much for having me so excited to do this. I am so excited to do this as well. Thank you episode one. Yes we are trying out all these new technologies together. We're learning so. Of course our let's die then just to your story right so i started to deal back in two thousand sixteen by the end of two thousand thirteen back than i used to do with and i had a very bad back. Injury lower back injury to her native. This in i was in so much pain. I didn't get. Why did i get injured in nice. Like doing physiotherapy in cited doing things in searching how to recover from this end by the end of my physio sessions. I was advised to do yoga. And i started going to yoga classes and i love how upset i mean. Not just physically. I love how felt spiritually. Because i was so depressed about my injury as so stressed than i was eating so down so i love how made me feel And it was so interesting to see what my How my body's i was very connected to my body so even though i used do lots of sports i did. I did move a lot. But i wasn't really connected to my body and it's interesting how.
"egypt" Discussed on Underrated
"They did. Come out and apologize. Afterwards zero controversy exodus had the same thing happened to and like around the same time that exits. It's just like what. If moses was this guy named christian bale visit at the same thing as well there is a movie called. No there is no no exit was yet cushion. Unveil exodus was exit exodus. Noah's noah noah no other big. They came out there. Is this weird phase in hollywood. I swear to god when like the studios were making these weird versions of like it'll local stories. You got noah which was like really weird They have emma watson and gardner to right across noah. Yeah that movie is. That would definitely a big swing. Because it's like what if the that will be about his faithful to that movies about faithful to the story of noah as this movie is to like the horse story. Weird big swing interpretation of it. You know exodus gods and kings. Oh i know what you're talking about. Now i was like exodus the godly. I didn't watch it just literally saw the title. No but the story of exodus ramsey's is like gyp shen and then the other and then this is. Moses is christian or like a prince of persia when literally. The only person who isn't and the entire movie is ben kids villain. Yeah exactly like oh great. Look guys that's what they david exe could gig. It was a weird phase in hollywood weird. I'm god is moving to do like the harry house in kind of era about day where they're like doing clash the titans and they did like all these biblical stories back then. The camera will move. The rivers ran with blood. And all that shit ben her. Yeah all that say in here is technically the local well. It's like that same line of moving. I'm glad that this movie got to be a part of that. Kind of attempted resurgence at the harry. Housing sometimes like the monsters whenever fighting them. They had that kinda weird like stop. Motion animation kinda. Like look to it. All the three day are also league when he that the scorpions moving and what were there on the waterfall and they fight them in like porsche. Cut their heads off and shattered. The can have this weird leg death kind of thing and it looked funny but now the lead again which mean so. I would like to know you guys is closing thoughts Particularly on whether or not you think this is worth a watch for anybody and if so under what conditions if you know what i mean so if you i'd just like to hear you guys just thoughts on that if you'd like to start great over assert okay. Yeah i would say yeah definitely watch it and probably i think i was to sober when i watched it honestly like i i into that that before but i mean if you're gonna watch this movie don't it's over watch it in an altered state you know whether it be drunk or like you said sergio. You thought it would be fun to watch if you're a high you know whatever whatever your drug of choice might be whether it's alcohol or pot or whatever just go into it with a little bit of an altered state of mind and i think it will really help your viewing experience and it'll make it worth it. Yeah i mean for me. I i mean of course like i. I recommend all movies of just check. Them out can get your own opinion on them for personally for me. It was just like it was a definitely a big swing. I'm sure like yeah it. It's it's enjoyable for what it is It just didn't grasp my attention as much as other big swings for some reason. Maybe it was because like i wasn't feeling it but Yeah definitely check it out and see for yourself Definitely i just go watching this film swings the fucking hardest compared to all the ones. We've seen it really really swings for the fences and more like it's trying to swing at the fucking galaxy so get sober. I roger drunk than watch it high. Whatever you gotta do just watch it man. It's it's so much fun. It's it's a great popcorn flick like it's his Fun ahead a great time watching it. Like i watched it right before this phone call sober and we just had a great time with the hold. It receiving a point where i was just like dude. This budget fun like it's a good movie like it's If anything here leave your brain at the door that's all you gotta do. Leave your bring. Don't expect it to be you know fucking godfather or or like that. Not a thinker. It's under bigger. Move on fucking say. I can't even think about it. Because i was just. That's just going to have a good time with. It will have gods of egypt party. Whatever it legit everybody. Your favorite god grows a new business. You know this twenty two new big orgy. Jamie lancaster did at the beginning picture. Antagonise let us know how your gods of egypt experience was. Please please do it was. It was so much fun as like. This is the finale right for the definitely like watch all of the films that we've we've referenced. In order watchmen and gods of egypt. They're going to be like yes. This booker swung hard on. All routes a good job proud of this movie. I appreciate you guys letting me let this movie enter your lives so thanks for listening and also everyone listening Hope that this movie enters your life the same way. It's entered mine so thanks for listening. Everybody hit that. Subscribe button on your podcasting app to make sure you are always notified when the new episode of this show releases. We have two other podcasts A hosted by areo talk about that. Yeah mine is um you've never seen. It's where i introduced What am i under under cast company. Cohorts or else maybe down the line To a movie that's considered a part of pop culture or cinematic history or ones that i just consider as being shocked as they've never seen it So yeah trainspotting came out Earlier this this month on the first By this one the next one's going to be coming out pretty soon is going to be the mask and by the borough with the bro featured it and I haven't in a long time. I only seen as like a really small child. That's gonna be part of our discussion because is we. Yeah we'll go and listen to that. And then i'll go and more in depth than to why i still consider that you've never seen and derek also has a podcast. She likes to talk about that. Yeah i do one call.
"egypt" Discussed on Underrated
"Not all of it works. I really would like to hear what you guys say about it before i go any further. Yes all kind of get into it because this is a movie like i remember seeing a trailer for it back in twenty fifteen with my friend usually and i was just like we got to see this movie. This looks fucking insane and weird and like. I didn't think it was going to be good. But i was like this movie is going gonna be fucking fun to watch because it looks absolutely bonkers of all the movies that we've talked about our big swings. This one i think is the most just weird leg it's bonkers and crazy because it's like yeah there's like the gods are nine feet tall and they bleed they bleed gold and it's just like there's all like geoffrey rush lives in the sky like there's all this insane shit and i was just. I wish i need to go back and re watch this movie drunk. I feel like because. I think i might enjoy it a lot more. It seems like a really cool. Just fun drunk movie. And that's kind of thing about these big swings that they're just weird and this one's not necessarily. I didn't like it as much as you know movies. But i still like. That was like that was something. I've never seen before. And i i really liked that aspect I'm a really big mythology buff. Like i love studying and like pouring over different world mythologies and more often than not. It's usually by greek. Mythology like greek slash roman mythology is what can i guess represented in like storytelling films and stuff were like chope like in representations like they'll be like whatever the centaurs will show up all that stuff a little sometimes north mythology and then kinda like third tier way below the other ones is probably gyp with all your so. It was cool to see this kind of other thing. You know this other kind of mythology be represented even though all gods were still white people for some reason Except for chadwick. Boseman recipe's but it so i was interested to see that and i kind of like know the story of horse because of that and to see it kind of like presented in this way like jerry butts is set like that was that was just like the scottish man is like a god of egypt and his own yes. I'm gonna have to take your either there now and it's just like what it's so i can't. I don't even know how to describe what i was viewing. I really gotta go back and watch this movie drunk because it is just an. It's an experience. I i do. I feel like it should have been more fun and maybe alcohol it would have been because it is just wild but yeah i. I don't know if you guys want to go more into that. I got that. I watched this three hours after i watched because like i don't know i mean it it it was. Okay you know it was like a it was very bonkers movie. I mean like. I wouldn't expected like i wouldn't expect like to be living among humans like that and like oh like oh they're just right there kennedy thing. They're just nine tall. That's what we're gonna go with that. That's what makes them god. Oh that ender transformers you know no. Yeah it's so so yes. Oh yeah it was definitely over. Top the yeah. I'm not really familiar with with egyptian mythology. That much like you know. Horace in that So i really know the story and stuff but but yeah it was just like it. It was always like just over the top. You know jeffrey russia's character just like as As raw was just like okay like You're here on a i. I remember the boat of from my small amount of of knowledge of myth of egyptian mythology. So i knew. I remember the bull but yes i was like it was. It went pretty fast. Like that's i think why. Why was kinda like forgettable for me was kinda like it was. It went pretty fast. Really quick story The character that was like most impressed by was actually Nukus like that either. A new interview. He's my beer chips. In god's for sure kerley a book. I i but no like even his design was like very a lot more like i mean i guess the new business kind like more mainstream of the region gods Yeah i mean like definitely like the whole relationship between back in his his girl was right. Like yeah like the start curve if i was just getting frustrated because like your you know becky could like You could break into this this like you know place that that your girl is like you know held up in. Why can't you just take her away. You know like you could totally steal your way and stuff like that and yeah. It was just like an actor. Unfortunately like you know like he's had he's had his bad run of his and stuff before he's like kinda like found some success with Titans with this and another big swing of of the Pirates care being series playing old will. He's he's willing lights an yeah. Yeah and so so yes. It was definitely like was the most bonkers of our big swings in hot saint. A larry. they think. I would still put valerian as more bonkers and the semi opinion. At least this was like light. Hot lighthearted oh shit. I'm starting to talk like an egyptian god. it hotted no. This was more of a lighthearted bonkers. That's why i like this a little bit. More than valerian. Because valerian honestly took itself a little bit too seriously. At least this movie was like it was much more fun and enjoyable. Oh man i love this movie bonkers. I'm a i'm a. I'm a sucker for mythologies alike Like derek editing has to do with mythology egyptian norse greek or whatever roman i i love that stuff like me and my girl. We love watching that stuff. And it's such a fun movie it's it's so bonkers it's a cgi fuck fest and it's so shiny. And i was just like we were having a great time with it like i. I heard so many bad things about it so was like art. It's going to be garbage. I'm hoping i'm hoping it's like bad. Gold and mob Battle i loved. It was so much fun. I love the transformations. I didn't think they transformers. Just like the makes sense. God's cool rate armor who jerry butler's character Is like final form set said.
"egypt" Discussed on Underrated
"Everybody welcome to the underrated podcast. This is a podcast where we discuss. Films that we feel are underrated or perhaps underappreciated or even ones that have just slipped under the radar that passed most people by a show is a collaboration of friends and together. We already under company with me. Here is my sister. Ariel ortiz and from district six. No no and eric macduff allen's days and so today we were going to be discussing movie for our new series big swings and basically these are movies that all were quite curia in which we've created where they have where they are hugely imaginative Have a massive special effects budget. So the movie will be littered with tgi Very very ambitious world building It's the the moments in this in the films are kind of kind considered bonkers. That's part of our criteria and also they're not part of an existing franchisees. Nothing like like star wars or Spy kids or whatever could be here. We are we. You're not making the cut. I know is franchise. Shit made a second one. I'm just kidding today. We are going to be talking about my pick. Gods of egypt does twenty sixteen film director by alex pariahs and written by matt size zama and burke sharpness. Yeah that's the way to describe it. Everybody knows birch pless the film sharply short untold and the last winter. Yeah wow that's kind of impressive. I am last lynch rich hunter within diesel. I thought it was along with the artem. Desire crazy man nicholas cage. That's another one. So with gods of egypt twenty sixteen movie that came out and it was a stand alone movie released by lionsgate Like i said directed by alex preez and when it was first released obviously faced a lot of backlash even to the point where the director himself actually came out and responded to journalists and movie. Reviewers telling them that they Discrediting them and saying that they like they don't you like they're just dumb and stupid And so this movie is very interesting. I picked it because honestly in terms of big swinger movies. A this one isn't one that a lot of people know or at least people that i've talked to you know so it's it's it's also a little bit under the radar got got married by classes. The titans movies. I think this okay so during the time of this movie came out. It felt like this movie came out a little bit late if i. It's obvious that. I wanted to be along the lines of something like clash of titans or the you know. It's a big hollywood movie about egyptian mythology. So he clash of the titans. That's what what. Greek mythology roman mythology there was. I don't want to say three hundred is that's great. Yeah yeah yeah this egypt mythology so. The movie consists of this giant world. I mean it starts off with An exposition dump Narrated by the older version of Robin from titans. Yeah see i would never see his. Never see the older version. And does he make at the end. Yeah that's how. I became like his. It's like how this guy is reagan. How much or is worse. That's how i saved the gods of egypt. Egypt the just from the momon. Yeah even when it says gods of egypt in that that titled card. That's the anime. The three d animated title. Carling i think is a has been a trend that we've seen in all a big leagues have been a i o card even tomorrowland humans moorland. Valerian is one that i remember very specifically it has that very. It's very. yeah the class. The titans are that too. So with this movie i remember very specifically when it first came out. I seen it in a theater. Of course not really knowing what i knew that it was supposed to be Along the lines of like. I said clash of the titans or something like that. It's a big hollywood movie. With a bunch of your. I knew it was going to be this movie movies. About god's egypt on the promise of the title it will take in egypt. And there's gods of egypt i would like going into the movie and you see how they present certain things. It's kind of weird. It starts off pretty standard enough. You've got some three d. rendered statues of things narration. in the nasdaq. Fly through of this. This ural desertion hieroglyph. Oh yeah and then it cuts to the cameras. Flying over the this beautifully rendered beautifully like a very A dashes realization of ancient egypt. And it's all bright and colorful and it's in the desert and it's like a giant oasis and and it's like okay. This is the world and start simple enough it starts with like a whimsical seen with Robin back his. Name's beck the character who is narrating the movie. Even though his voice only comes in from the beginning to the end But what makes this movie. Different for me is is pretty much everything that happens afterwards. It's it's very out there. I would say it's not like clash of the titans moments were tries to be. But it's very very curious at how different this movie and of is it's i really. I really can't say i've ever seen anything like it. It tries to be a lot of things. It's obviously it's it's going for something really big but.
"egypt" Discussed on Reds Ramblings
"Check anchor out. Welcome by the reds ramblings. I will meet today. Hammeed from over in egypt alexandria to be exact. Go ahead and introduce yourself. My name is hamid alma. twenty two. i'm jordan at the law school. The view i study portuguese and spanish but the something you get To write bites. I have a bike. And the i like it so much. All right. that's cool man. That's cool you born and raised in alexandria. Yes yeah so you know in talking with you earlier media have gone back and forth on read a bit. We were not asked you. What part of egypt you a from. You said proudly from alexandria. What because i'm assuming you've been into other areas of egypt or other areas of africa in general what to you makes alexandria stand out among the rest of these cities. It's not a specific thing. But if you ask any edits under a man or to this special atmosphere in his andrea that's not exist now. The police in egypt okay. Can you explain that. First of all We have we have. We are across the okay and this one on one of our benches so all the people from around the country the come to in summer to enjoy the beaches So lots yeah plus plus. Oh here we have a very nice restaurants and move world and by the beach is fantastic with buildings. Freeze nipples.
"egypt" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Of streams. But there are many of these rivers in syria and many also in libya. They are affected. Did no such manner as the nile. The second way shows more ignorance than that which has been mentioned and it is more marvelous to tell fo it says that the river produces these effects because it flows from the ocean and that the ocean flows round to whole us. The third of the ways is much the most speeches but nevertheless it is the most mistake can go for indeed. This way has no more truth in it than the west. Alleging as it does that. The nile flows from melting snow when asked it flows of libya through the midst of the ethiopians and so comes out into egypt. How then should it flow from snow. When it flows from the hottest parts to those which are kula and indeed most of the facts are such as to convince a man one. At least who is capable of reasoning about such matters got it is not at all likely that it flows from snow. The first on greatest evidence is afforded by the winds which blow hot from these regions. The second is that the land is lang this always and without fast whereas after snow has fallen rain must necessarily come in five days so that if it snowed in those politics may would fool that the third evidence is a folded by the people dwelling there who of a black colored by reason of the burning heat moreover kites and swallows remain there through the air and leave the land and cranes flying from the cold weather which comes on in the region of sylvia. Come regularly to these parts for wintering. If then it snowed episode little in that land through which the nile flows around in which it has its wise none of those things which take place as necessity compels us to admit. Ask for him. Who talked about the ocean. He carried his tail into the region of the unknown. And so he need not be refuted since. I m i know of no river ocean existing but i think that home or one of the poets who were before him invented the name and introduced it into his bus..
"egypt" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"I'm alice. Lloyd and today we're talking about ancient egypt yup to each allstate's interesting. Yeah it was interesting. Wasn't it yeah. Lots of information off there crazy amount of information. I mean it was long. It was around for a long time. Yes a lot of stuff out there and they did a good job Like keeping track the do it. There are and of course the tombs and mummies all their hieroglyphs. Yes they a lot of young clues behind visit day. Yes yes and you hello bit information about kind of goes an idea about egypt and all that can stop. Yeah when i started researching i really needed to visualize. We're egypt lousy understands what ancient meant shawn so with a little bit of history to of get us there and then go into what they eat said nutrition. Liz addition views see registan. Because i know. All about the mummification process because i watched a lot of things.
"egypt" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"The. Welcome to bed time history. Imagine the year is nineteen thirty two and you are in Egypt with a team of archaeologists exploring the ancient pyramids as you enter a dark dark hallway use torches to light. The way ahead is your guide a local AGIP Shen who is showing the way deeper and deeper into the pyramid. It is dark and you are scared, but you keep on going the hallway smells, very, musty. There has not been fresh air in this hallway for many years as you turn a corner you see the door to a tomb. You push back stones and other debris and after pushing forward with your torch, the next room lights up, and it's overflowing with ancient treasures, you can't believe your eyes. You see gold and gems and more artifacts than you had ever imagined and lying in the center is the greatest discovery of all a mummified gyp shin. King. Gyp shin. Pyramids are some of the most amazing man made structures in history at the time. They were built Egypt was one of the richest and most powerful civilizations in the world. A civilization is the society culture, in a way of life of particular area, gypsum, pyramids were built over four thousand years ago. But they still remain mysterious. An amazing piece of history. They also give us an idea of the wealth and glory of ancient Egypt. Thousands of years ago. Egypt was a poor country. Then it started to grow in population and wealth around three thousand BC the Nile river is how Egypt became more wealthy as it could farm using the river and trade with other people's. As Egypt's power and wealth grew so did the power and wealth of its kings kings in ancient Egypt held unique position they were seen as being half, human and half. God the Egyptian people believe that the king was someone who has chosen by the gods to work between the gods and people on earth. Ancient Egyptians believed that when the king died part of his spirit remained in his body because they saw the king as working with the gods. They believed they needed to take care of the king's body after his death, and preserve it as much as possible. This is why the ancient Egyptians started to make mummies they wrapped the king's body to keep it safe mummies our bodies of a human being animals that have been preserved. After a king died, the people mummified the body and buried the king with the things that they thought he would need in the afterlife this included gold, food and other valuable things the gypsies believed that the riches would go to the afterlife with the king. And that the king could use the things he was buried with to care for himself and his relatives and the afterlife. Around five thousand years ago. Gyp Shen people began creating Royal tombs called Stobbs, which came before the pyramids Mustafa's were caves carved into rock and covered with a flat rock roof Egyptians at the time put the mummified dead body of a king after he passed away into the must've and covered it with the flat rock roof this became preserved little room for the mummy and his things before he moved to the afterlife. Eventually must stop as were made into bigger structures that were more beautiful and could house more things. In two thousand six hundred thirty BC an architect and priest named 'em hotel designed Mustapa for the king. Joe's earlier it was built up into a small step pyramid. And was later considered to be the oldest known pyramid in Egypt. It was building the city of Kara at that time kings, usually started the building of their Mustapa while they were still alive and would oversee the work. King. Joe's are asked IMO TEP to design the structure, which pyramid builders, then put together it had six step layers of stone and was two hundred four feet or six d two meters high. It was the tallest building of its time after king. Joe's are the stepped pyramid became popular, and he gyp kings going forward had similar buildings constructed because these tombs were built while the kings were still alive and ancient Egyptians lived much shorter lives than many people to today. Pyramids were often started for kings, but not finished many kings died before they were complete and the project would then be abandoned.