35 Burst results for "Egyptian"

Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last month or two, we've been hearing about people who want to avoid COVID-19 who want to help minimize the symptoms rather than getting the COVID-19 vaccine have been using what's called the horse de warmer Ivermectin. So I was curious to see where this all started. And of course, you start digging through the Internet and Fox News has helped promote Ivermectin to people. But where it really started with a couple of small studies that were posted online, one of them was an Egyptian study, and the other not really talked about, but what they found out was number one in some of these studies, the number of people that were tested on was too small a sample, and the other one when you started digging into the research, it found the dose that worked and their tests could actually be deathly to most people. I don't understand why people are looking for reasons not to take the vaccine. But we'll take something you get from farm and fleet or a farm store or veterinarian. It doesn't make sense to me. We realize that humans and animals are different. But why we're so anti vaccine is so strange when you take something that's never been tested on people.

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Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last month or two, we've been hearing about people who want to avoid COVID-19 who want to help minimize the symptoms rather than getting the COVID-19 vaccine have been using what's called the horse de warmer Ivermectin. So I was curious to see where this all started. And of course, you start digging through the Internet and Fox News has helped promote Ivermectin to people. But where it really started with a couple of small studies that were posted online, one of them was an Egyptian study, and the other not really talked about, but what they found out was number one in some of these studies, the number of people that were tested on was too small a sample, and the other one when you started digging into the research, it found the dose that worked and their tests could actually be deathly to most people. I don't understand why people are looking for reasons not to take the vaccine. But we'll take something you get from farm and fleet or a farm store or veterinarian. It doesn't make sense to me. We realize that humans and animals are different. But why we're so anti vaccine is so strange when you take something that's never been tested on people.

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Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

All Songs Considered

02:06 min | Last month

Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

"This is iron maiden the new album is called. Sent jitsu this is the song days of future past and here to talk about what is An absolutely epic album from iron maiden his npr music. Lar- scotch which. I have two full disclosure. I was listening to iron maiden maybe forty years ago and they've been together longer than that you know and if you told me we'd still be talking about new music from them this far along. I probably wouldn't have believed that like you said. Listen to that rift guitars on this. The songs their vision. Everything i think our i. It's just all fully intact seventeenth album in forty six years from one of the greatest heavy metal bands full time. That's not hyperbole. it's a fact. Album is ten tracks over eighty two minutes so it is long and at times help lead but this has been iron maidens mode lately these grand sweeping epochs that tell these larger than life stories are made may arenas but their music lightly has been more tailored to concert halls. Most of these songs are like eight ten minutes long. Each vase sprawl had many movements. I can. I can imagine like quite a stage. Production for whenever iron maiden contura gone. They do use a lotta runway to get these songs going but but it works. So i think it's still pulls you along. I never found myself feeling tired or like the sound was getting tired. And there's also an assist something has been doing a little bit more lately but there's also a little bit nostalgia. My favorite song written here by the basis. Steve harris is called the parchment. But it's a song that gnaws to the egyptian themes of iron mates nineteen eighty four album power slave. So that's like a nice. It's a nice little easter egg for iron maiden fans and also kind of ties into kind of like a broader idea about iron maiden that history mythology and religion have always played the matic roles in their

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After Months, Egypt Frees Reporter, Activist, YouTube Star

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

After Months, Egypt Frees Reporter, Activist, YouTube Star

"Two Egyptian lawyers say that authorities have released an online comedian a journalist and political activist offer these spent months in pretrial detention in Egypt the lawyers say the three detained could walk free late Sunday for the police headquarters in Cairo prosecutors ordering the unconditional release pending separate probes into charges ranging from disseminating false news and misuse of social media platforms to joining the terror group is the latest in a series of releases in recent months amid rising concerns by the U. S. and international groups over the arrests and harassment of rights activists and critics of president Abdel Fattah el Sisi sees government I'm Charles hello this month

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The History of Experimental Research in Psychology

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:06 min | 2 months ago

The History of Experimental Research in Psychology

"Psychology has been an important topic of study for centuries the ancient greeks and egyptians had their schools of thought on it as did the people in ancient india and china. it wasn't until the nineteenth century. Though when psychological research turned from the philosophical to the experimental german psychologist gustave thickener started testing human brains response to various stimuli around the eighteen thirties from their experts. Such as herman ebbing house went on to study other functions of the mind from memory to introspection to classical conditioning psychology became a bustling industry of experimentation. Eventually scientists didn't just want to learn the limits of the brain. They wanted to understand what made people tick. Why were some individuals able to say no while others were more closers. Stanley milgram of yale university tested this in his famous milgram experiment in nineteen sixty one. He invited participants to administer electric shocks to someone in another room. As the shocks increased in power the screams of the unknown party got louder and more intense until they stopped completely. But don't worry nobody died. The electric shocks weren't even real but the effects on the subjects pushing the buttons certainly were milgram wanted to test how far a person would go in following orders from an authority figure even if those orders involved hurting or even killing someone else. He based his experiment. On the actions of the nazis during world war two the stanford prison experiment of nineteen seventy-one took things further by placing college students in a simulated prison environment. The purpose was to study. How power affected one psychological states one group of students was given the title of guard while another subset was placed in the prisoner role. Three guards were pulled out of the experiment early after demonstrating what were described as genuine sadistic tendencies. The prisoners also suffered they were referred to by numbers rather than their names. They were stripped naked and sprayed with a hose in shorts. They were humiliated the two week experiment was terminated. After just six

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Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

"Israeli warplanes bombed hamas sites in gaza in response to incendary balloons launched from the palestinian end. Clave that caused brushfires in southern israel. Its military said early on tuesday. There were no immediate reports of casualties in the ass. Strikes that targeted what the military said was a weapons production facility and a rocket launch site belonging to hamas the islamist group that rules gaza since egyptian mediated. Ceasefire halted eleven days of israel. Hamas fighting in may gaza militants of sporadically sent balloons laden with incendiary material into israel drawing israeli strikes on hamas facilities palestinians say the balloons aimed to pressure israel to ease restrictions on gaza and permit aides to reach the territory. Balloons launched monday set off fires in israeli fields along the gaza border border. Violence has spiked despite an israeli announcement last week of a resumption of qatari aid to gaza. A move that had been seen as bolstering. The fragile truce confronting gaza protesters' budding ties and throwing explosives along the border on saturday. Israeli troops shot and wounded forty one palestinians critically injuring two medic said palestinian gunfire seriously wounded an israeli soldier. The military said days before saturday's violence gaza militants launched a rocket towards israel. That was shot down by. Its iron dome anti missile system in the first such rocket attack since the may twenty-first cease-fire.

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A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

Planet LP

01:49 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

"With sisters. My sister laura loves disco. She was that was her jam. Funk soul disco earth wind and fire is probably the one record or the one group that really reminds me of her. I mean she's into the teenyboppers stuff to andy gabe and the osbournes and stuff like that. But when earth wind and fire were super-popular in the disco era chewed often come home from school work and she'd put on some earth wind fire songs and just dance just dance. It was like a stress reliever for her. But stephen i would just kind of sit there and watch her dancing. She seemed so happy to be lost in this music. And when i started seventh grade we had school dances as you know. You probably had them to john and it didn't know how to dance very well so she showed me how to do. Some basic moves with like earth wind and fire songs and then progressive other moves. That were little. More advanced beginner disco. But it worked and i never had problems asking girls to dance. Because i wasn't embarrassed by my lack of rhythm on the dance floor. I wish older sister damn should've gotten the begged her for it. Man i needed so much help in that period of my life. The record that i really love by the band is their nineteen seventy seven album all in all and like many earth wind and fire records. It has this egyptian theme. It's almost sifi which i love. I love sci-fi stuff but it has solid and varied songs from start to finish. Of course there are some huge hits on this record. Serpentine fire and fantasy and jupiter was at the top of the charts. Peaked out at number three on the billboard. Hot one hundred triple platinum so telling folks to listen to nine hundred seventy seven earth when fire all in all. It's not much of a risk. You're not risking much. Listen to this record. So all in all from earth wind and fire from nine hundred seventy seven. That's my that's my sibling. pick thanks to laura. Thank you laura. What a great choice and a

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Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A

Bitcoin Audible

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A

"Bitcoin gives palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies. One day last week. I spoke to a bitcoin user inside the gaza strip he asked to remain anonymous and go by the name of calm the arabic word for eagle as he took a large personal risk to talk to me. We spoke on telegram and had to time our call as uqaab only has a few hours of 'electricity per day for him. Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea

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Container Ship That Blocked Suez Canal Finally Sets Sail

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Container Ship That Blocked Suez Canal Finally Sets Sail

"Given is finally sailing again. It blocked global trade after it got stuck for nearly a week in the Suez Canal last spring. Joanna Cock icis reports. Egyptian authorities released it today after agreeing to a compensation deal with its owners. Tugboats escorted the ever given through the canal and onto the Mediterranean Sea. The ship had been docked since being dislodged at the end of March, as the Southwest Canal Authority and ship representatives worked out a compensation deal. Authority chairman Osama Robbie told reporters that the authority will receive the compensation in the next couple of months. He did not specify how much money because the parties have signed a non disclosure agreement. Media reports have put the figure at around 200 million for NPR news. I'm Joanna Cock icis. Wall Street has turned to

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The Legend of the Sphinx

Mythical Monsters

02:13 min | 5 months ago

The Legend of the Sphinx

"Anyone who went through in egyptology phase probably knows the sphinx. A winged lion with the head of a human while popular tradition suggests that sphinxes are always feminine. That's not necessarily the case. The egyptian great sphinx of giza reportedly represented the old kingdom pharaoh. Qafra lion and human composite creatures can be found in legends from all over the african and asian continents. So while they're generally wise and protective they come in quite a few different variations. In fact it's not until the greeks imported the egyptian version of the sphinx into their own legends. That the creature picked up its most notorious characteristic. Love of tricks and riddles. If you can solve one of its puzzles you might not be devoured own. Mount olympus gates had been barred to fix the sphinx for as long as she existed creatures like her were deemed too inconsequential to find a home here. The gods viewed her as little more than a conquest for their half human children so when fixed received a scroll of summons she considered not going a belated invitation was worse than no invitation at all plus the gods were probably just calling her because they were angry. She had eaten the goddess artemis sacred deer. Still curiosity had a way of wriggling under her skin. Fixed couldn't resist the chance to see the gods home. She glided between the ivory gates on her white wings. Her golden for glinting in the sun. She loved the breeze and the smell of fresh fruit and wine in the air. She dipped her head to enter the palace of olympus and marveled at the white marble columns that held up the stone. Roof above fix would have been happy to call olympics home. Were it not. For the god's that infested it

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Hamas Defiant With Military Parade, Appearance of Top Leader

All Things Considered

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Hamas Defiant With Military Parade, Appearance of Top Leader

"Hundreds of masked Hamas fighters brandishing rifles paraded through the streets of Gaza City today has the group's top leader appeared in public for the first time since the war began. Defiant show of strength came on the first full day of the ceasefire. Also, Egyptian mediators held talks to firm up the truth.

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With the Fighting Suspended, Assessing the Destruction in Gaza

It's Been a Minute

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

With the Fighting Suspended, Assessing the Destruction in Gaza

"A cease fire between Gaza militants and Israel is now in its second day. For most of the fatalities, they were fighting in Gaza. But NPR's Daniel Estrin in Gaza City reports Hamas militants are staging victory rallies. A couple dozen masked Hamas militants of just marched down the main thoroughfare. Holding up AK 40 guns wearing military fatigues. Hamas is celebrating the end of the war with Israel as a victory. This is the second day that the ceasefire continues, and Egyptian mediators are in Gaza, working out the terms of the cease fire with Israel. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Antony Blinken is scheduled to be in the region to meet with Israeli leaders and The Palestinian Authority leader in the West Bank, go to bus as Palestinians in Gaza survey the damage and the rubble from the destruction of 11 Days of fighting.

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"egyptian" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:41 min | 5 months ago

"egyptian" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You so much carol. This is the world. i'm carol hills. This is the world dr anthony. Fauci is the nation's top infectious disease specialist. He's helped lead the us response to the pandemic through the low points and now the cautious return to some normal activities. But what's happening here in the. Us is just a slice of the picture. Parts of the globe namely india are struggling with the worst outbreak. We've seen we met with vouchers on zoom today to hear his take on how the globe is doing overall in trying to control the pandemic. It's a mixed bag. Globally for the most part developed nations like the united states and the uk progressively. Doing better and better. But as you alluded to there are other countries that are very difficult straits including india. Ah lodge country of about one point. Four billion people where they only have about two to three percent of the population that fully vaccinated and about ten to eleven percent that have received harsh vaccination so we have a long way to go. It's a big planet. Their countries that are very diverse in their resources and their capability of responding to this outbreak. So we have a long way to go before we get the equity. That's important to out the world to get this under control from a global standpoint not just an individual country standpoint. I wonder if you worry that. Americans with all our optimism for a fresh start that we may be missing the big global picture. As long as there's disease elsewhere in other countries we have viral dynamics that continue to allow transmission at a high degree in different countries. There's always not only the difficult time for the countries in question but also the generation of variants which can then come back and even in a country that has the outbreak on the very good control. It can actually set you back if you do get a very not covid very well. I vaccine thank goodness rossing. We're very fortunate in that vaccines that we are now distributing in the united states and in the uk in another developed nations handle variants. Really quite well. For example the b. one one seven which is dominant in the united states. Right now is handled very well by the antibodies that are induced by the vaccines that we use. But that's not a guarantee that all variants that might potentially arise going to be handled as well and of course to the point you're making is that as long as the rest of the globe isn't vaccinated at a high rate. We run the risk of variants. The hope that any subsequent vaccine is also robust enough to not be affected by that variant. That's true let's look at the global need for vaccines. President biden has promised to send a total of eighty million vaccine doses abroad so far but meanwhile the vaccine manufacturer in india that much of the world was relying on has said it stopping exports until the end of the year. Is the us doing enough to meet the need in poor countries. What we're doing a lot. There's always can be done more. We would like to see other countries chipping in as you know we. Apart of the kovacs a consortium we have either given or promised four billion dollars. We've given to india a considerable amount of supplies in the form of oxygen oxygen generators. Ppe's antiviral drugs sending advisers from the cdc to india. We are going to be giving by the end of june two beginning of july. A total of eighty million doses. Obviously there are other ways of getting even more done and that is by discussing with and partnering with the pharmaceutical companies to see if we can get them to scale up manufacturing so that they could supply billions of doses to the rest of the world particularly those countries. That don't have the resources to do. So but also to get involved in was called transfer of technology to allow the developing world certain countries such as those in africa south america in certain countries in asia to be able to produce vaccines that are made by the lodger pharmaceutical companies. That have already developed successful back scenes. So there's a lot of ways to approach this and we certainly feel a commitment to help out on the global problem you mentioned conversations with pharmaceuticals to ramp up production. Are those conversations going on. Is there any timetable for a real accelerated production of vaccines to get around the world. Discussions are certainly going on as a matter of fact and that's the whole purpose of it to see if we can really scale up the manufacturer of enough doses to the tunes of several billions of doses. We know from the pharmaceutical companies moderna. And that have already said they'd be able to do that in at least a couple of years to get up to a few billion doses. That's a very good start together with all the other things that we're talking about. I want to go back to variants for a second. India was swamped by a variant. It couldn't control despite are improving vaccination rates. Couldn't that happen here. Theoretically it could but we are really quite fortunate in that the vaccines that we used particularly the aren't vaccines but also the jj vaccine that they seem to cover the variance really quite well if not for actual infection certainly for the prevention of severe disease so although theoretically always be as case where you get a really problematic variant thank goodness thus far that has happened but a virus job is to stay alive and to replicate and that means to mutate. That means there's really no relaxing right. Well the easiest way to relax is to stop the virus from replicating. There's a very firm tenant environment that viruses don't mutate unless they're allowed to replicate so if you can suppress to a great degree the virus replication throughout the planet. You would give the virus a very very small chance of mutating and within that scope an even smaller chance of mutating to a variant. That's problematic so that means vaccine vaccine vaccine. That's exactly my point. That's dr anthony. Fauci the nation's top infectious disease specialist will hear more from him later this hour including his thoughts on.

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"egyptian" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"egyptian" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And i agree. This is a result of a policy. That is containment when it comes to the hamas ruling over the gaza strip says israel needs to help with rebuilding in gaza for the benefit of the two million palestinians. Living there but also to prove that hamas doesn't really look out for their best interests if the international community if the united states is president biden said come in reconstruct build futures and homes. What the hamas have never done in the fourteen years that they've will bear a rule to terrorize israel. This could bring a different future. The details of the ceasefire agreement are still unclear. Hamas says it received guarantees that israel will change its policies in east jerusalem and the among sc. Israeli officials say that is not true but without any long-term ceasefire arrangements. It's hard to see how the two sides don't end up in another round of violence in the not too distant future for the world are real. Oh saran in tel-aviv. The tokyo summer olympics are inching closer and calls for cancelling them are getting louder but calling off. The world's biggest party isn't just a matter of updating and yvette the world's bianca hillier explains there's a laundry list of groups involved in organizing this summer's olympics the international olympic committee. The japanese olympic committee the tokyo organizing committee and the japanese government..

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Israel and Hamas Agree to Ceasefire

BBC Newsday

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Israel and Hamas Agree to Ceasefire

"Now two a.m. local time a ceasefire finally came into effect with air strikes and rocket fire Silence for the first time in 11 days. Violence scene between Israel and Hamas. The scene tit for tat attacks on deceit being the worst violence since 2014 is left more than 232, Palestinians and 12 Israelis dead. Well. Israel has accepted an Egyptian initiative mutual cease fire without preconditions on the Iranian Palestinian armed groups in Gaza. Hamas and Islamic Jihad have also confirmed the truth. Well, Egyptian state TV reported that the president Al Sisi is dispatching two delegations to Israel and Palestine to monitor the ceasefire and work out the fine

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Israel, Hamas agree to cease-fire to end bloody 11-day war

Charles Adams

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Israel, Hamas agree to cease-fire to end bloody 11-day war

"Gaza. President Biden think Egyptian leaders for helping broker a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. After 11 days of rocket attacks and air strikes. I extend my sincere gratitude, the president's easy and the senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role in this diplomacy. President Biden says he has

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Biden Applauds Gaza Ceasefire Agreement Between Israel and Hamas

Fresh Air

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Applauds Gaza Ceasefire Agreement Between Israel and Hamas

"Jack's fear. President Biden is praising the ceasefire reach between Israel and Hamas, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The agreement comes after nearly two weeks of fierce exchanges of rocket fire and airstrikes that killed more than 200 people. President Biden is crediting the Egyptian government which helped mediate the ceasefire. I extend my sincere gratitude to President Sisi The senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role in this diplomacy. Also priest appreciate the contributions of other parties in the region who have been engaged in working toward the end of hostilities. President Biden on Wednesday stepped up the pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to put an end to the violence. Biting also spoke with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Both sides have warned that they could resume attacks if the

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Biden Hails Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire, Sees 'Opportunity'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Hails Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire, Sees 'Opportunity'

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting president Biden hails the ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas after eleven days of fighting Israel and Hamas announced the cease fire late Thursday ending a war that caused widespread destruction in the Gaza Strip at the White House president Joe Biden I extend my sincere gratitude to President LCC and the senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role in this diplomacy the ceasefire came about after Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office accepted any Gyptian proposal Hamas quickly said it would honor the deal in his remarks Biden was hopeful that the page can be turned on a new chapter in Israeli Palestinian relations I believe we have a genuine opportunity to make progress and I'm committed to working for at least two hundred thirty Palestinians and twelve people in Israel died in the rocket attacks and air strikes Mike Rossio Washington

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Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues

5 Things

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues

"An israeli air raid in gaza city. Early saturday killed at least ten palestinians including mostly children. It's the deadliest single strike since violence between israel and hamas militants sparks earlier. This week the strike hit a three story house in a refugee camp killing eight children and two women from extended family. They were celebrating aid. El fitr children's toys and monopoly board game were seen with the rubble and pleats of uneaten food. From the holiday gathering a neighbor said there was no warning before the attack there were also palestinian protests friday in the occupied west bank where israeli forces shot and killed eleven people in gaza. At least one hundred twenty six people have been killed including thirty one children and in israel seven people have been killed including a child but latest violence began in jerusalem when israeli police used heavy handed tactics at an important holy site. As israel continued to threaten the forced removal of dozens of palestinians from their homes hamas militants have fired rockets into israel. This week and israel has continued with airstrikes. Egypt keeps leading truce negotiations but israel turned down a proposal for a one year. Truce that hamas leaders had accepted along with the violence living conditions in gaza or dire. The palestinian territories infrastructure has struggled for years. Since and it's rayleigh egyptian blockade was imposed after hamas took power in two thousand seven. Currently the only power plant in gaza is at risk of running out of fuel in the next few days and the un says gazans or seeing daily power cuts of eight to twelve

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The June War Led to the Suez Canal’s Worst Stuck-Ship Fiasco

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:22 min | 6 months ago

The June War Led to the Suez Canal’s Worst Stuck-Ship Fiasco

"On june fifth of nineteen sixty seven israel went to war against egypt and syria in what came to be known as the june war however due to the surprising length of the fights it also went by another name the six day war. The conflict was over by june tenth with egypt retreating west however as they crossed the canal egyptian forces blocked it on both sides to keep the israelis from using it. What they didn't realize was that their actions had inadvertently stranded convoy fifteen ships travelling through the canal at the same time. Every vessel dropped anchor as egypt's sunk various other boats and even destroyed a bridge to prevent israeli access. They also deployed underwater minds for good measure. The ships having originally come from places like britain. America sweden germany and bulgaria among others were stuck crews use. Their radios to reach family loved ones to alert them of what had happened. But were forced to cease communications at the request of the egyptians. Times got tough after that first month which initially seemed like a vacation as the days and weeks moron however crew men grew lonely and isolated boredom eroded their mental health the weeks turned into months and countries negotiated crew swaps for their respective ships though. They were moving. The vessel still require maintenance in order to stay afloat so one crew would stay on for three or four months until another crew could be brought in to relieve them. The men with nowhere to go and very little to keep themselves occupied eventually got to know each other in a way. Each vessel became like a house in a small community. And that's how all the crew members treated their situation. Every ship served a different purpose. The largest one with its enormous deck became a soccer field. The men watching movies on the bulgarian freighter and printed stamps on the polish ship which the egyptian authorities were kind enough to honor legal. Postage many of the crew race lifeboats in the canal and attended church services on board the west german ship. And if they want to unwind. They took a dip in the pool on the swedish vessel. Supplies were delivered regularly. During the brutally hot summer months one could look out at the ships and see hundreds of beer bottles floating alongside their hulls after a year without movement. The convoy even created its own version of the olympics with the various crews representing eight countries. Across fourteen sports

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"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"The pylons in the walls but in course of time the houses encroached upon this ground and or even built up against the boundary wall destroyed and rebuilt century after century upon the self same spot the debris of these surrounding dwellings so raised the level of the soil that the temples ended for the most part by being gradually buried in a hollow formed by the artificial elevation of the surrounding city. Herodotus noticed this at put bastos and on examination it is seen to have been the same in many other localities at ambos at edfu at dende era the whole city nestled inside the precincts of the divine dwelling at el kab where the temple tamino's formed a separate enclosure within the boundary of the city walls. It served as a sort of dungeon or keep in which the garrison could seek a last refuge at memphis. And at the cbs there were as many keeps as there were great temples and they sacred fortresses each at first standing alone in the midst of houses were from the time of the eighteenth dynasty connected each with each by avenues of sphinxes these are commonly andro. Sphinxes combining the head of a man and the body of a lion but we also find creo sphinxes which united rams head with a lion's body elsewhere in places where the local worship admitted of such substitution. A coup shot ram holding a statuette up the royal founder between his bent. Forelegs takes the place of the conventional sphinx. The avenue leading from luxor to karnak was composed at diverse elements. It was a one mile and a quarter in length and there were many bends in it but this fact affords no fresh proof of egyptian symmetric phobia. The enclosures of the two temples were not oriented alike and the avenues which started squarely from the fronts of age could never have met. Had they not deviated from their first course finally it may be said that the inhabitants of themes saw about as much of their temples as we see at the present day the sanctuary and its immediate surroundings were closed against them but they had access to the facades the courts and even the hype style halls and might admire the masterpieces of their architects as freely as we admire them. Now and at that natural break in the taxed. I think we'll end this evening's reading from the manual of egyptian agency and guide to the study of antiquities in egypt. I read a lot of books for this podcast. But i can i. This is one of my favorites. I've always loved ancient egypt and this book is full of interesting information. If you'd like to read it for yourself and see the many illustrations and diagrams as always you'll find a link to a free book from project gutenberg in the show description if you'd like to connect or suggest a boring book you'd like to hear read the best place to catch me on twitter at boring books pod or drop me an email via our website. Www dot boring books pod dot com. I always love hearing from you. Thank you so much for joining me for this evening's rating until our next boring book goodnight..

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"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

07:48 min | 10 months ago

"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Without capital base and the two facades front and back being supported by two columns with the lotus pod capital both pillars and columns rose a direct from the parapet except on the east front where a flight of ten or twelve stabs enclosed between two walls of the same height as the platform lead up to the sela the two columns at the head of the steps were wider apart than those of the opposite face and through the space thus opened was seen a richly decorated door. A second door opened at the other end beneath the portico later in roman times this feature was utilized in altering the building the intercom nurse. Space at the end was filled up and thus was obtained a second hall rough and bear but he useful for the purposes of the temple service. These elephants eighteen sanctuary spring to mind the peripheral temples of the greeks and this resemblance to one of the most familiar forms of classical architecture explains perhaps the boundless admiration with which they were regarded by the french civilians. Those machines of el cobb and of sharona are somewhat more elaborate. The building at el kab is in three divisions. I call four columns next a chamber supported by four half are headed pillars and in the end wall opposite the door a knee. Sh-she approached by four steps of these small oratory. He's the most complete model now. Remaining belongs to the ptolemaic period namely the temple of hathor at deir. al madina. Its length is just double its breath. The walls are built a batter inclining inwards and are externally bear. Save at the door which is framed in a projecting border covered with finely sculptured scenes. The interior is in three parts a portico supported by two lotus flower columns. A halos reached by a flight of four steps and separated from the portico by a wall which connects the two lotus flower columns with to hathor headed pillow stirs in antis lastly the sanctuary flanked by two small chambers which are lighted by square openings cut in the ceiling the assent to the terrace is by way of staircase very ingeniously placed in the south corner of the portico and furnished with a beautiful open window. This is merely a temple in miniature but the parts though small are so well proportioned that it would be impossible to conceive anything more delicate or graceful. We cannot say as much for the temple. Which the pharaohs of the twentieth dynasty erected to the south of karnak in honor of the god con su but if the style is not irreproachable the plan is nevertheless so clear that one is tempted to accept it. As the type of an egyptian temple in preference to others more elegant or majeste take on analysis it resolves itself into two parts separated by a thick wall in the center of the lesser division is the holy of holies open at both ends and isolated from the rest of the building by surrounding passage ten feet in width to the right and left of this sanctuary are small dark chambers and behind it is a hall of four columns from which open seven other chambers. Such was the house of the god having no communication with the adjoining parts except by two doors in the southern wall. These opened into a wide and shallow hyper style hall divided into nave and aisles. The nave is supported by four lotus flower columns twenty three feet in height the aisles. Each contain two lotus. Bud columns eighteen feet high. The roof of the nave is therefore five feet higher than that of the sides. This elevation was made usov for lighting purposes the clerestory being fitted with stone gratings which admitted the day. I'd the court was square and surrounded by a double colonnade entered by way of foresight gates and a great central gateway flanked by two quadrangular towers with sloping fronts. This pylon measures one hundred five feet in length. Thirty three feet in width and sixty feet. In height it contains no chambers but only a narrow staircase which leads to the top of the gate and thence up to the towers four along grooves in the facade reaching to a third of its height correspond to four quadrangular openings cut through the whole thickness of the masonry here were fixed. Four great wooden masts formed joined beams and held in place by a wooden framework fixed in the four openings. Above mentioned from these masts floated long streamers various colours. Such was the temple of concert to and such in their main features where the majority of the greater temples of deepen and ptolemaic times as luxor. The ramesseum medina taboo edfu and defender though for the most part half in ruins. They affect one. With a strange and disquieting sense up oppression as mystery was a favourite attribute of the egyptian gods even so the plan of their temples is in such wise devised esten lead gradually from the full sunshine of the outer world to the obscurity of their retreats at the entrance we find large open spaces where air light stream freely in. The hyper style. Hall is pervaded by a sober twilight. The sanctuary is more than half lost in.

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"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:24 min | 10 months ago

"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"I hope you'll take a moment to check them out and thank you so much to everyone who's already done so now. Let's get to the reading this week or returning to one of our favorite history books. The manual of agip shen archaeology and guide to the study of antiquities in egypt for the use of students and travelers written. By gaston camille. Charles must sparrow. Dc hell oxford member of the institute of france. Professor at the colledge defreitas ex director general of egyptian museums translated by melia be at words. A new edition revised and enlarged by the author with three hundred and nine illustrations first published in eighteen ninety five. Let's pick up where we left off. In chapter two religious architecture with section to the temple most of the famous sanctuaries bender edfu upper dose were founded before meena by the servants of horror becoming dilapidated or ruined in the course of ages they have been restored. Rebuilt remodelled one after the other till nothing remains of the primitive design to show us. What the first egyptian architecture was like. The funerary temples built by the kings of the fourth dynasty have left some traces that of the second pyramid of giza was so far preserved at the beginning of the less century that my as saw four large pillars standing. It is now almost entirely destroyed but this loss has been more than compensated by the discovery in eighteen. Fifty three of a temple situated about fifty yards to the southward the sphinx. The facade is still hidden by the hand and the inside is but partly uncovered. The core masonry is a fine tura limestone the casing pillars arbitrators and roof were constructed with immense blocks of alabaster or red granite. The plan is most simple in. The middle is a great in shape of the letter. T adorned with sixteen square pillars. Sixteen feet in height at the northwest corner of this hall is a narrow passage on an inclined plane by which the building is now entered at the southwest corner is a recess which contains six niches in pairs one over the other own gallery opening at each end into a square chamber now filled with rubbish completes the plan without any main for without windows and entered through a passage too long to admit the light of day the building can only have received light and air through slanting air slits in the roofing of which traces are yet visible on the tops of the walls. On each side of the main hall inscriptions barbie leave paintings such as we are accustomed to find everywhere in egypt are all wanting and yet these bare walls produce as great impression upon the spectator as the most richly decorated temples of thieves. Not only grandeur but supposedly has been achieved in the mere juxtaposition of blocks of granite and alabaster by means of purity of line and exactness proportion some few scattered ruins in nubia. The fayoum and sinai do not suffice to prove whether the temples of the twelfth dynasty merited the praises lavished on them in contemporary inscriptions. Or not those of the in kings of the ptolemies and of the caesar's which are yet standing are in some cases nearly perfect while almost all are easy of restoration to those who conscientiously study them upon the spot at first sight they seem to present an infinite variety as to arrangement but on a closer view. They are found to conform to a single type. We will begin with the sanctuary. This is allow small obscure rectangle chamber inaccessible to all save farrow and the priests as a rule it contained neither statute nor emblem but only the sacred barque or a tabernacle of painted wood placed upon a pedestal. A niche in the wall or an isolated shrine formed of a single block of stone received on certain days the statue or inanimate symbol of the local god or the living anima or the image of the animal sacred to that god. A temple must necessarily contain this one chamber and if it contained but this one chamber it would be no less temple than the most complex buildings very rarely however especially in large towns was the of the gods thus limited to the strictly necessary around the sanctuary own divine house was grouped a series of chambers in which sacrificial and ceremonial objects were stored as flowers perfumes stuff's and precious vessels in advance of this block of buildings were next built one or more halls supported on columns and in advance of these came a courtyard where the priests and devotees assembled. The courtyard was surrounded by a colonnade to which the public had access and was entered through a gateway flanked by two towers in front of which were biased statues or obelisks the whole being surrounded by an enclosure wall of brickwork and approached through an avenue of sphinxes every farah was free to erect a hall still more sumptuous in front of those which his predecessors had built and what he did others might do after him thus successive series of chambers courts of pylons porticos or added rain after rain to the original nucleus and vanity or piety prompting the work the temple continued to increase in every direction till space or means had failed. The most simple temples were sometimes the most beautiful. This was the case as regards the sanctuaries erected by almond tip the third in the end of elephant teen which were figured by the members of the french expansion at the end of the last century and destroyed by the turkish.

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"egyptian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reassured by the bridge. One man tells us he's been searching for his brother for months after he became addicted. Our mother died because of the stress, he tells me. Within stability, continuing the amount of meth being produced in the number of lives being ruined is likely to rise. That report from Afghanistan was from our correspondent Sikander, commanding Egypt has dismissed international criticism of the arrest of four members of one of the country's leading human rights organizations. Theorists came after they had met with foreign ambassadors, several European states. The U. S and the U. N have also condemned the detention this week of members off the Egyptian initiative for personal rights. And today another prominent pro democracy activist in Egypt, Allah Abdulfattah, has been put on a terrorism list along with more than 20, others accused of having joined the Muslim Brotherhood. I've been speaking to Hossam Bahgat, who is thief, founder and president off Egyptian initiative for personal rights. He told me his colleagues is suffering from inhumane conditions in prison and can't even buy food. Nora given blankets at night we were never told, of course, or a case. We will never give him one version. Our senior staff that were arrested are three. So far. Three directors, including The organization's top executive. They were all arrested in the span off last week, like one day in between, and you know they were interrogated initially on a visit earlier this month to our officers by 13 ambassadors off different Western countries. Credited in Cairo that actually requested to come and visit the organization and discuss our work and our methods and the different aspect off the human rights situation. But then, once they appeared before the prosecutors, the line of questioning moved away from the visit in tow. All of what we have been doing all of our activism over the last 18 years, particularly in the last six years under President Sisi and looking specifically at Shows off documentation, in fact, finding on police brutality, the criminal justice system, unfair trials and the mass executions and the death sentences that have been handed down in terrorism related on the political trials. Of course, the government has publicly the Foreign Ministry in Egypt has even a third line, which is that we are being interrogated because our papers are not in order. We don't have the right NGO permissions, etcetera. It comes down to One thing. Whatever the context, the pretext the public line we know we are now being interrogated and in an attempt to decapitate the organization for all it has been doing over the past few years and no charges. As far as you're concerned, have been brought No all three off. Our senior directors have been charged with membership over terrorist organization now it it sounds laughable and ludicrous, of course, because we are an organization that has been pushing for fighting for 18 years for open society and universal human rights values. We are known for our work on defending free speech, freedom of artistic expression. Sexual and reproductive rights off all Egyptians as well as protection off freedom of religion. What's happened to your colleagues in the E i, P R is part of a larger crackdown. Is it not? Because there are others who have been arrested under the same pretext off course. When President Sisi first came to power, he changed the anti terrorism law so that law after the change now it quits terrorism with literally any effort to under. Mine, National security or public peace on the public peace. Part, of course, has been used to designate people as terrorists for anything and nothing. Is it the case that they can all be held, including your colleagues in remand for two years, the lucky ones can be held in remand detention for up to two years. Unfortunately, President Sisi did not want toe copy Mubarak, who used a state of emergency that lasted 30. Years toe, you know, use administrative detention to keep thousands and thousands off political prisoners without charge or trial. So currently the system pretends that this is a judicial persons pretends that this is pretrial detention pretends that there are charges that are being examined. But in reality, these thousands of political prisoners way more than Mubarak ever kept in detention are actually in open ended, you know, remind detention and even when they meet The cap off the two years and they are ordered released by the power of the law that prosecutors immediately bring in new charges. That's exactly the same charges, but just to the different case number so we start the clock again from day one after the two years there are people that have been in detention for four or five or six years. Actually 1/4 member off my organization off the I P R, a researcher working on gender and LGBT issues. Has been detained on similar charges since last February, purportedly in pretrial detention, But there is no interrogation. There is no new evidence he has not been brought before. Any court. He just sits in jail and every 40 days he gets another renewal for another 45 days. This is the cautionary tale, of course, and we are calling for all four. Our staffers to be released immediately before they get sucked into and swallowed into this black hole off, you know, pretrial detention with no end. I wonder is just very briefly. If you are hopeful with that President elect Joe Biden is going to be occupying the White House in January. He has famously said that there would be no more blank checks for Donald Trump's favorite dictator, referring to General Sisi Of course, it is going to be an improvement. And I mean the bar is so low and the last four years have been so terrible in terms of not just turning a blind eye from the Trump administration, but even encouraging and cheering and loading and congratulating President Sisi and his government for being so firm and which, of course, ah reads, you know, so authoritarian and brutal with his people. We are encouraged by President elect Biden's public signaling during his campaign that he wants to end this favor of dictator status and end the blank check. We are encouraged as well. By Tony Blinken. Before he was designated as the next secretary of state, and we hope we know, of course, that the Egyptian regime is using us and using our stuff to signal tow the West and particularly to the incoming Biden administration that there is a price for showing any concern collective or individual for human rights conditions in Egypt. And that Egypt will not tolerate or welcome such collective action or collective attention to its human rights record. So it could, of course work in our favor if Western governments and the vital administration Take this challenge seriously, or the new administration could actually work against us because we would be used as a pawn in a war or at least a signaling from the Egyptian government tow their American counterparts. Was Hossam Bahgat, too, is Thief, Founder and president off Egyptian Initiative for personal rights of Egypt's leading human rights organizations..

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"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"Walking and talking and. Bad at it. I'm not mad at it Okay I'm failing terrible. Not I'm so sorry, it's quarter I. I. Think I put you on the spot I my. Shitty no, it's. It's my. Allow me to apologize for this. You'll. You'll get another shot because I feel like. We might have to do a redemption new show. Is it.

"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"That final scene with the conveyor belt. So we're going to the final scene already. Lake duo may so so oh oh, the break in in the whole thing I forgot I forgot she got she got mannequin napped was all just very uh smashed in the end also. 'cause. They in one thing I don't like about how they couldn't. Find the mannequin that they were looking for that was causing all this. They should have known what it looks like the whole time 'cause they both work. And they were terrible employees. Yeah. But. They're like this is what we need to get what we need to get. What does it look like? And then then the jump from. Because it does jump right from there too do. It gets put into. No Rock. Rock. Loses her shit over like this fake. Like Hold a job and he's like lusting after a mannequin like please move on. So she's just like. Let me destroy. Yeah. He'll come back to me. Yes, because that works. And then. He shows his true love. For this piece of wood wood. Here. So. So put weight The scene where Emmy gets to fly. Here's here's my other issue with. And the Every wants to fly and she's she's a big old hunker would So Emmy like. Defined this hang glider in the department store and she attached herself to it in the most awkward way it just it's not awkward awkward, but it looks wrong. It's just stupid like her legs are in this thing to keep them straight in back but it's like A. A weird cocoon thing for her legs and it just looks. Dumb and don't hide him Charles Lakes like fascistic crime. So So. So throughout the movie, She's like Oh i Wanna fly and I want to explore our do all this shit and it's like. She finally gets to fly she super soaked about it and then like. The climax happens and like the whole thing and then and then we'll talk about that again in a minute but okay so Roxie. Compiles all these mannequins because all the mannequins have been stolen by Richards and. Felix Right. So They're all gone and then everybody's like, oh. My God mannequins end. And so they're they're in this lake does every department store have like a? Mannequin destruction like room. I that's what I WANNA know 'cause I. Yeah. Do we how do we get on board with that? Like. Given that Hori. Mandatory. Like. It's been two years you've got to destroy. Ocean was involved with that was on. Machinery like people we're just fallen in all Willy Nilly. Yeah. They they would have been find like you know. Hey. You need to put up no. That's A. In why didn't you destroy Manikins in a proper way? Can I ask you a question? Okay and only because of of. Just kind of I wonder how self aware was You're familiar with our civil history. What are your? Hollywood. Back the cops with a fire hose as he's a gay. Black Man. As you get satisfaction from that moment. And do you think it was intentional? Currently. This climate I got real satisfaction from that scene because I'm like Hell Yeah Dude. And Yeah it was I would say that would be one of my and is. One better. Really wise it was it was really satisfying to like because he he comes in and help us his friend like you know save big girl and Blah Blah Blah and I thought that that was Sticks by his friend even though exactly he loves. A mannequin. He does not know his real. Right, those expire. Right right. So yeah, I would say Hollywood probably the most solid character of this whole thing. Oh, Yeah Richards. Yes. Yes. So B the mannequins are on the convertible and one of them is emmy and Emmy is not yet alive and But We go back to the flying oh. Okay. Yes. So so Okay. Yes. I mean. Can we just we just? Done. Completely thrown out thrown out for the. Was it was it like the spinning in a circle like a half a degree lower at a time Yeah and then like there's no wind. I mean there's probably going. But the wind in a department store or Just drop. Four stories like WHO and why don't you? Why don't they show that? That's what I wanted to see like you know it. Give me the physics. None of this. Yeah. Coming from like where's this tunnel? That wind has strictly like writing a little tease like It's going the opposite direction. Like honors technical or stunt shots or anything like that was just orally executed in I don't know if it was budget restrictions or if it was like. Directors ability. Restriction. Will will. Yeah either way either way I I just. Out Our I laughed at the same. Thing. But I know it's supposed to be. Her winning moment? Flying Right right like super empowering super empowering. So then. Once again like..

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"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"Them antics in falls in love with it. I mean, it's kind of. Well. It is not even that you're by it's just you're thinking. Okay. Maybe it'll be something more, but it's literally just that. Surface level. So surface level. It It's very interesting. It's. Not Quite. Sure. How To. Gosh. Don't mind me I'm. I'm a little nervous. Oh Okay wait wait wait wait wait. So this is. Intro cold open. According to the note, right so we're in this Murray now. Oh, Armenians Oxus. Kinda instant ops I kinda did the intro cold open separately. Because I was trying out alad. Did I just I just. Know, this is kind of a cold open because this is. Old. I. I'm so sorry. No I. Think I'm GonNa ruin this but let's say keep this. Okay wait. Yeah. So This. Year it was a movie and it was a dude that build a mannequin and then. Chaos in sued. And then there was a wedding. Yes. metality yes. Though the whole thing we get everything. But I mean. Stars a young artist played by Andrew. McCarthy. WHO Is Searching for his? He makes Mannequin Excel Perfect Finding this mannequin store window, he gets a job there. In creation comes to life but how he got that job was also interesting. Is still getting one of the Golden. Girls. Yes. Yes. There was the boss. Got The job as swigging from sign and gets electrocuted in the but. It was. Yeah no that's exactly I remember that but it was it was like an acme like looney tunes style light. Rate. Hanno like fell or something or Was it not a new? Okay. Yeah. So the piano fell. I. Think than the rope got. The. Yeah those the Stein surge swinging, and then Andrew McCarthy was like Oh. Hey. Hey. I'm one, hundred, twenty, five pounds I can get at. Six hundred pound signing lake I didn't. Not believable that was not believable at all. And they did speed it up to to make a little bit more comedic and. Okay, were you I'm so glad you thought that because I was thinking about this today I was I was in the shower this morning and I was like, oh, but I was still really really tired. So I was like this is a stupid thing to think but. Wasn't. It wasn't quite camp enough for to make sense right for it to be that campy. It wasn't serious enough where you felt anybody was like in real peril. It was it was poorly executed, right? Like that's. It was also something that was like seemed like it was like, oh, it's like an everyday thing. She hires people like this normally when everybody else got into the store and She's eccentric like obviously eccentric because 'cause nobody trusts her judgment but. Like I don't know. But let's talk about. How this curse actually happened. His. Emmy. The Mannequin. Become. I mean. All she wasn't she's not manic and she's actually it was an injection of curse. Let's talk about the opening seat. It was dumb. I like Enj- I. CRINGED DRINK I'm like why why you could have written anything in this is. Okay. And did you notice how they had a very? Brooklyn. Accent. No I didn't pick up on that at all I just not like they just picked up every single like. I feel like the eighties had like this weird resurgence with late. Egyptian like culture and artifacts and of. And I feel like that was just like Oh. This is the thing that's popular now so we. have so many problems with how this was written. Like Walkers Moon. It was just. Yet. It was it was it was right like rate there and. Just mad at it. But Yeah I mean how did? You feel about it has you feel about it. How I'm just wondering how the curse. Got Her from Egypt, all the way to a piece of wood. In. Philadelphia. So. That was that was just saying that like. It bothered me because she talked about in between there. She traveled and fell in love with people in all this other stuff and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah, and it's like why not just do like a time machine movie like you could have done anything. It was two years. After Back to Huger. So I guess they're trying to do something new. Quite. Upset with the open your team Oh and then the whole fact that. After the opening scene. Andrew McCarthy can't hold a job anything. Okay. Lakes I. You know what? I do have feelings about this movie i. Mad for a lot of this movie. Honestly. Big Mad. Just, let me hear it I. That's what I'm here for we're here to. Why People? And I feel like I was a kid, I love. Oh. I was such an idiot. I was just I was every kid racist. Eiffel. Would I was a kid I saw it. I'm like Oh. Hey, mannequins come to like. They're pretty integrate. Also that also that. But by. Like I think my imagination as a kid was probably like yours did not respect where like you kind of were like Oh we have mannequins in real life like maybe something pool would happen but. Now. This movie was bullshit. I'm sorry. Let me know. I mean besides the opening scene redistributed throughout the whole thing like no, like I eventually relaxed a little bit actually like enjoy the ride of the movie itself. Insolent a bit later but but I. Live here, there's something if you'll get it off your chest of this movie. It was just..

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"egyptian" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

"And Make Decisions Aka dream incubation. Like inception yes. Right and don't they do. It's like literally dream incubating there. So. There were dream temples built specifically for this reason. Can you imagine that? The temples were open to everyone who believed in God. The temple was dedicated to as long as they were considered to be pure Let's so to be pure to achieve this. The person often went through a ritual of cleansing that included fasting, and since for several days prior to entering the Temple to assure their purity Cecilia have you ever fasted or abstain for a spiritual revelation. A sorority. So. Gosh I I did ended up quitting. That's so. Don't ask me. On my goodness. Okay. So after they spent a few days, not eating and not doing the horizontal Horizontal Monster Mash. The person was ready for dream incubation. The name of God the person hoped to contact the temple was written on a piece of linen and linen cloth was burned in a lamp while at the temple to help call the. God. The Dreamer would often recite special prayer to him or her once they visited the ancient Egypt dream temple. That was just so funny to me. The person would often go to a priest or dream interpreter dream analysis. So they would keep dream books essentially a dream journal where they recorded the dream and interpreted them so they would order laws on Amazon or. No we don't have that, but it's just nuts to me how much. Like. How important this was to them I don't know what I should do with my crops this year. I'm going to have a dream of yeah. Right Raw. Can you help me with that? So what Kinda dreams would they have? So this is very interesting to me. Common Dreams included teeth falling out. Yeah right or stones breaking 'cause it's kind of similar drowning in the Nile and this one was really weird. Once faced turning into a leopard was coming. I wonder if that had something to do with the fact that many Egyptian and Goddesses goddesses had human bodies, an animal heads. So. Leopards were really popular in Egypt and they represent a determination power. So last year archaeologists working in an Acropolis near one and discovered a sarcophagus with a leopard painted above where the mummy's head would have been. The animals representation in the tomb was likely intended to strengthen the spirit of the recently deceased for the journey to the land of the debt. You know I too would very much like my cats to be paid for them. Now now now. Forget the Viking burial bill this is to my husband forgot the by Viking burial I. Want Cats painted carpet good. Yes. I mean why can't you have both well, he wants to be shocked space so. You know my ninth Grade Social Studies Teacher Pablo talks about his viking funeral but it was for his cat. was that cat's name but it was a cat who had a viking funeral kind of like both worlds collide. Shout out to. Ask mortician Archie. I came across her because I was looking to see if I can funerals were legal in fact, they're not. The coastguard. Guy. Shut you down. Free. Sure. That's also golden girls reference in some. Season one episode the Egyptians were great believers in dreams and their power and influence..

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"egyptian" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia

"Objections. Amelia I know that ancient Egypt is near and dear to you to your heart. You were a history major in college. Correct. Yes yes, I was. So did you study ancient Egyptians? Our College Truman State University go bulldog shoutout. We were never a history major and we were one of few universities who did a up a more well rounded approach to the major. So it was a lot of. You like ancient Egypt too bad. You get to study it for a class. I did when I could. I fell in love with ancient Egypt a very long time ago. I was one of those Weirdos kids, Weirdo kids, and then I saw the mummy in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine with Brendan Frazier another shout out to the Renaissance Brendan Fraser Fan Group on facebook. They're pretty awesome. I'm really happy to know. I'm not alone in this world. I know you're my people. I saw that you had the exact same pencil case like the. Mummy, Pencil, case from the Art Museum. We had the same one from about the same time in period and was like Oh. Yeah. That and the what are those books? The Princess? Royal diary out every single one I got so. Did your house and you had every single one and I was like, Oh, my God. Have Anybody remembers those the the dear, dear. America. was at the boy books but it was like it was like diaries for. Yeezy yeah about like history and there's one about the titanic. That's kind of whatever. But there was one ends. For, you know rich people not just the plea biens. which was really cool. That's why I like the diaries better. Let's say we're just like talking about a cool product like they had the. Little Ribbon. Okay. So anyways, taken away a Amelia. Tell me about ancient Egyptian Happily, so like a lot of early societies, ancient Egyptians believed dreams were messages from the Gods and would make important decisions based on these dreams. They would visit dream temples. To elicit dream to. Learn..

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"egyptian" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

The Fantastic History Of Food

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on The Fantastic History Of Food

"We move across the atlantic now to a large white house in washington. Dc the year is eighteen. Twenty nine and andrew. Jackson has just been elected as the seventh president of the united states of america. It seems that he had a fair few admirers and possibly none more so than a prosperous dairy farmer. From new york named colonel thomas meacham meacham decided that the best way to celebrate the new president and in doing so show off. The prosperity of his region was to present jackson with a two ton wheel of cheese. It had taken the book of one hundred and fifty dairy cows. Having been mocked for four days straight to create this behemoth of dairy product. It was such a sight to behold that before sending it to the white house it had its very own national tour that included new york philadelphia and baltimore once it had done. Its requisite service to the public. It was finally delivered to sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue where jackson kept it on display in the foyer for over a year there it sat and it continued to be in the musty during the eight years of andrew jackson's presidency during the final farewell party that through as president in eighteen thirty seven he brought the behemoth of a cheese up for everyone to see he raised a glass and decreed that every man and woman president should take their full of giant cheese before them upon first cutting into cheese. One onlooker had this to say when the cheese was served. They arose and exceedingly strong. Smell sore strong as to overpower a number of the dandies and lackadaisical ladies. I think it's safe to say however that never before and i'm pressed to think of a time. Since has any party produce such a great description of cheese eating frenzy that went on that night as this one here's hard was described for hours. Did a crowd of men women and boys hack at the cheese many taking large chunks of it away with them when they commenced the cheese weighed one thousand four hundred pounds. Only a small piece was saved for the president's use. The air was redland with cheese. The carpet was slippery with a soft creamy layer sports and trampled as they went. Nothing else was talked about in washington for many days. After even the scandal about the wife of the president's secretary of war was forgotten in the tumultuous jubilation of that great occasion it takes a lot to divert attention away from a good scandal in washington. But.

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"egyptian" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"You know we'd probably have to just break through the bedrock and use cranes to hoist that sucker out like. I'd I don't know how we do it and of course they're dealing not only with you know. How do we move this stuff but you know? How do we see down there? Had We breathe down there once in? If you take the weight of those boxes and figure out how many humans would take and then you stuff that many humans into a tiny little passage like that where they can barely stand in some cases on either side of the box. And they're supposed to move that hundreds of meters and drop it down. You know eight or ten feet into God. It's crazy like it's really quite impossible. Think of like imagine back then the when another civilization would go to Egypt and they'd be like man these people were on some shit you know. Let's say they are gone? They're just they're like the Romans or some of these guys are on some shit because like I think the old people too I think as a culture they told people I think they gave very simple explanations for very difficult things they did because other cultures would come and go. What the Hell did you do this? And then they go home and try to do it and they couldn't do it Egypt celts. Now it's easy to do it like this and nobody can replicate it. I think there's there may well have been a degree of trolling. Yeah makes sense. That makes sense. That's I mean so the interesting thing about Sarafian is many interesting things. First of all is that we're only allowed to see a very small part of it. There's much more to that that that they either have an excavator. Uninterested in excavating or have excavated. And don't want anybody to see but there's clearly a tunnel that they filled with rocks. That goes into another area. That's further on if you look in the history of this supposedly multi-levels of that you know of that place and in a Yousef and I were looking through that he goes you know. He's I improved to you without a doubt that this wasn't built in the Middle Kingdom when they say it was built you know Sam Tech or whoever they actually give it to you because it was repaired. Dan and like here like three reasons. Why and one of the reasons are a couple of reasons. All the reused blocks that we see that have writings on turned around and put in a different place in in whatever. So he's like they're using stuff from all these different times so they're already recycling stuff but he's like look at the boxes look at how they're set in in the floor and you look at it. You can see that what they've done is. They've tried to renovate the place and they've redone the floors but they can't move the boxes so they just build the floor up at the edge of the boxes. Now if you are doing if you built the place you would build two floors and then you would put the box in there. That's just how you would do it so if you've built the floor around the box year renovating most likely so. There's a lot of good reasons for that. And of course if you've watched any videos minor anybody else's people will point out that the boxes incredibly hard have been machined beautifully. They are cut. They're not quite right angles. But they're very very very close. Every readily smooth and the Polish is still reflects. Light like a mirror even covered in dust. It's amazing and so when you you look at the writing that's on it. It's chicken scratch. So it's another one of those situations where they they have the tools to cut and Polish finish. But they don't have a tool to ride on that they can't they don't have anything hard enough to cut into the stone to write on it but they have something hard enough to cut into the stone to remove the entire center of it that near right angles and then. Polish it and one of use discoveries his personal discovery Was looking at these boxes. We've been looking at the the Polish the finish on this. How are they? How are they achieving and finished? Good for six thousand years or more even two thousand years. How are you giving that finish? And their signs on an indications were underneath the late is not polished but the side and the top of the latest polished but where the latest been pushed and you can see the underneath the lid. You can see that what looks like a liquid has run down the side at the Polish side and come underneath like liquid does to run along surface before dripping and were. It's done that. It his polish the stone but everything around that drip is not polished so it looks like it looks like a liquid that they were using the produced like an incredibly long lasting Polish. If you see the the ass one quarry video idea I actually show Show you like pompey's pillar in that. Which is a massive red granite obelisk all one piece you know. It's just amazing. And the Polish on large parts of that is still fantastic thousands of years later and a lot of sites that you go to I was at Baalbek. Lebanon the only things there that still have a good Polish on the murder. The Egyptian Columns that they you know brought put over. Newsday amazing like the Egyptians were absolutely apart from the Indians. No-one no-one king close Io some. There's some really crazy per with an India where to there's lot of very interesting stuff. I really can't wait to go there. I just get so sick when they go. They're not really looking forward to whether in India everybody everybody at some point or another has some kind of brutal gastritis who well that doesn't happen. let's talk about Rx awash. That's The pyramid under the military base. What's that about people? Go see that at all or okay. It's on the pyramid. It's under the military base however it's twin there Zoya Aryan is on a military base. Is Why have you on the show because your expert witness actually complicated sites and when I first started because they're so similar when I first started looking into stuff and and finding bar santis reports and other archaeology reports and looking through the stuff because they look so similar I would get them confused in my mind all the time? It's very specific type of construction where he built a central Oblong pit with a a long ramp going down into the center of the bedrock mound because all the old pyramids that built on bedrock mound. Sperry important for them somehow to to anchor the structure into the earth and I think not just for stability. I think has some kind of energetic Process in involved in as a reason for that that you wanNA ground device and so this is almost like a reverse. It's like they. They got the bedrock core but they've hollowed out and they've built you know a shaft down in there and when this was found by Dr Santi in nineteen O wallner. Whenever it was he started to find the pit and as they were starting to excavate it. This pit was entirely filled with interlocking pieces of red granite and limestone. I mean twenty eight meters worth down and he was really excited is he? Thought I'm going to pull all this stuff out. And he spent years pulling that stuff out like Texas trying to get it up because the super heavy and interlocked into everything else like this where it's all just a big slab of all that stuff too. Yes a big. It's like a big Jenga like block. You know all the way down like somebody's put together like interlocking Jesse blocks of granite and limestone and And so he got down to the bottom what he thought was the bottom layer this and when he pulled that out There is this massive stone just off of the middle massive block granite block that had a an Oval Vat cut in it that had laid on it and that lid was still sealed with a lime and plaster so it had never been opened. And I mean. It'd been under twenty meters Brandon Limestone. There's no way anybody's opened that like since that was put there so he was excited. He thought he was either. GonNa find a body. It's a little small for body you'd have to be like fetal position. But he thought he was gonNA find Something like that or treasurer or at least the name of Pharaoh or something and when they open it up it was it was actually empty but there was a ten centimeter ring of black material around the side of the VAT so there was some kind of black liquid or material that was inside a sealed. Vat and I don't I don't know what that is. Is You know when the Egyptians wanted to make offerings leave offerings or have something like that like they had at the side of the Bent Pyramid. They build a little place for it or at the side of cowardice pyramid. There was an offering area that was constructed. This isn't an offering so this is something that was either integral to whatever that buildings function was words or it was something they wanted to stay buried forever. Yeah like for all time and cruiser and that that pyramid is really weird. Because I don't I don't really have a problem with heights. I don't suffer from Vertigo. Half the group had vertigo. That day. Half the group had vertigo. Couple had vertigo at the bottom of the shaft. I went up to the top to get video like hang my video camera over the side. You know thirty meters up and Like my stomach was flipping. I mean I've been to the top of the Empire State Building. I went to the twin towers had been top of the Eiffel Tower. I looked over. I don't have a problem with that but at Abreu wash either real problem with that and so there's sort of like a energy around that area. There's something going on. That's why you asked me the other day. What are the you know? What the sites that you think most energetic and I I think aber washes just simply for that. There are a couple of people in that group who put in the bottom of that pyramid for like fifteen minutes when we were done with their own out trying to find like that that kind of balanced Poitou. So it's really interesting. The other thing is that there is evidence in that pyramid. The shaft in the building down the bottom of repairs now bar. Santi didn't do those repairs and these repairs that were done four thousand years ago or more third dynasty. Maybe fourth INNOC- if we believe you know the these youtall juice but I'm thinking it's you know it's it's a lot older net maybe in the third and fourth Tennessee's they were repairing that trying to do something with it and so about eight months looking into that site. Zoya L. Aryan now Zoya Aryan. Its twin like it's just a little bit bigger so it's almost identical The same Oblong shaped chap the same Ramp going down into it The ramp comes north. It's it's an interesting design. It's very different from every other pyramid. Impacter people who are like these weren't pyramids Anyway so I did this research on this. And the one on the military base caught people's attention because They used that. I think supposedly the Brumer is snide. Look Google Earth. I don't know how they I haven't actually seen pictures. I don't doubt it but apparently it's been used as a garbage fill. They've just dumped a bunch of garbage central Shat. I don't know if that's true in Egypt. there's no real garbage infrastructure And so gorgeous blows around and collects in places anyway so it could be also something like that. I've gone to places the crawl into teams and we've spent fifteen minutes in being Plastic bags and stuff from around the entrance just collected from wind out in the desert. You know so it could be something like that but like it's on a military base you know these buildings all around what's underneath there. What have they built the military base into it became like a bit of a conspiracy thing and that sort of? What caught my attention about that? I thought well 'cause I you know. I talked to us about that. And when he served in the army he spent time on that base is not far from his house but they weren't allowed in to stuff that was in there so while I was in Egypt A year and a half ago or something. I was introduced by a friend of a friend. They say oh. You've got to talk to this person. I'm not going to mention this person. We'll just call him X. Let's just legal stuff to go down to. It's a manner woman. But this person has Has a master's in egyptology? This is not a and is working on a PhD. This is not a person who doesn't know anything or is just kind of making things up. I mean maybe but they also have all this knowledge. I mean could just talk rings around me. You know about Egyptian stuff ancient Egyptian stuff so I I.

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"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"He allowed the courses vary and the vertical joints two or three deep to come one over the other. The rough work done the masons dress down. The stone reworked the joints and overlaid the whole with a code of cement or stucco colored to match the material which concealed faults of the real work. The walls rarely end with a sharp edge bordered with Taurus around which a Sculpture Ribbon District Wind. They are crowned by the cuff. Eto cornices surmounted by a flat band or as it Semnan a by a square corners or as it Medina top boo by a line of battlements. Thus framed in the walls looked like enormous panels each panel complete in itself without projections and almost without openings windows. Always rare in Egyptian architecture are mere ventilators when introduced into the walls of temples being intended to light the staircases as in the second pylon of Haram Heb at Karnak or else to support decorative woodwork on festival. Days the doorways project but slightly from the body of the buildings except where the lintel is overshadowed by a projecting cornices. Real windows occur. Only in Pavilion of meta-net Harpo but that building was constructed on the model of a fortress and must rank as an exception among religious monuments. The crowned level of the courts and hough was flagged with rectangular paving stones well enough fitted except in the Inter column nations. Where the architects hopeless of harmonizing. The lines of the pavement with the curved basis up the comms half filled in space with small pieces set without order or method contrary to their practice when house building. They have scarcely ever employed the fault or arch in temple architecture. We know where meat with it. Except at the year El Bahri and in the seven parallel sanctuaries of Abydos even in these instances the arches produced by core bullying. That is to say. The curve is formed by three or four superimposed horizontal courses of stone. Chiseled out to the form required the ordinary roofing consists of flat paving slabs when the space between the walls was not too wide these slabs bridged it over at a single stretch otherwise the roof had to be supported at intervals and the wider the space the more these supports needed to be multiplied the supports were connected by immense stone. Arche trades on which the roofing slabs rest hid. The supports are of two types the pillar and the column some are cut from single blocks thus the monolithic pillars of the Temple of the Sphinx the oldest hitherto found measure sixteen feet in height by foreign one half feet.

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"egyptian" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

The Good Fight Radio Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

"He's a a bunch of Dust and he turned the dust and by his divine power turn into lice and nats and so forth just attack the Egyptians and the Lord God who created the Heavens to the earth caused the does seem to become lice and with plagued Egyptians and Gab. was nowhere to be found. He could stop it and this was the play. The guess what the Egyptian magicians couldn't imitate eight. which is almost hilarious trying to imitate plagues? The promoted themselves to show their power but it was more important to magicians and the construct of worship these demons. It's the lives of the people because that's what it is really about. Saint about his glory and he doesn't care about people so it's interesting exodus. Eight nineteen it says that the magician said said to Pharaoh this is the finger of God but the Pharaoh's heart was hearted and he's not listen to them as the Lord had said so we might ask what what the world's going on here there say this the finger God. We can't do it. There's supposed to be figure of God and it just blew away so it's quite interesting when you look at this. Because they're dealing with the finger of God and remember God's bringing these plagues so they might recognize the one true God is now these magicians can't repeat these this particular plague and they confess to Pharaoh because he eighty two explanation this a finger in other words. Guess what this is beyond us and it was pointing to the work of the one true. God I think it's really heavy when we we think of it this way now. It's interesting because God was actually accomplishing very objective. He said out to was what they recognize. The one true God through the narrative and then you get the fourth plague you realize there's another judgment and the fourth plague is consists of substantive flies but the Hebrew were swarms so we don't know exactly what types of insects that could have been various insects but most translations say flies but Hebrew were just swarms there was a swarm of different insects. Six and the Hebrew word simply as swarms speaks of a plague be directed against the The Egyptians but very likely it was the flight scarab head the flight headed God a Capri was had the head of a fly or a scarab I should say there was also the Egyptian God. It is depicted with wings and she wears a Cobra symbol around ahead and and she's a lady the Marshes Guard the insects of the Nile. You know so. I'll send you know all these insects which are under her power right and the stirrups you know these beetles with wings and so forth whatever was swarming at them. They realize these gods they worshiped were powerless in manipulating the insect world. Beyond what the Supreme God was doing so I think that's quite interesting. The fifth plague was brought brought the death of the Egyptian cattle and Egypt's his worship cattle. They worshiped APIS. Who is the Bull God? And they worshipped Hathor. who was the Cao God? And also they're finding the death of their cows and they find the death of bulls and they're really because all this is going on so it's quite interesting. The six plague was a plague that God is struck. Dead Moses two through ashes into the air as the ashes were taken by the wind throughout the land of Egypt. The Egyptians suffered painful boils and sores and this judgment was against the God. I got this. I should say Isis. Everyone of levesque's book our biggest I work was called Isis unveiled and she's glorifying Egyptian mystery religions and so forth It's interesting nineteen because these guys get boils all over source Egyptians have and guess what where is Isis. She's the God of healing. She actually had revived with Cyrus. She healed horace according to Japan with algae and all these Gypsies are cried out to these false gods. Let's guess what they're not hill. They're not being held. What's going on what's happened to Isis? Guess what this is Kinda crazy too because guess who else got a flick with these things. God's people did it God's people think it afflicted with the magician court who were later named Janis jamborees their afflicted and guess what. They're considered unclean even by Egyptian standards. There aren't clean. They could serve as priest anymore. So guess what you never see them from that plague gone where the rest of the genesis narrative with Ferro standing before Mero Faira argued. Uc Moses's interest is an interest. And you see Ferro and you. And you see Moses he C- Erin and God is making a statement here and it's just quite fascinating because God is clearly coming against the rest of the guys. Aw Hey if you're me Fox in on the other end of this because I love this stuff I sure some that I love so I'd be like eat it up. You know. This is great so this this is part. One of the Egyptian could action and Next week we'll do the Nixon episode. Next ask him with the last three plagues actually directing them at royal worse which is worshipped by all these many of these societies. And we'll see how god gets the supremacy out of this and then we'll see how it ties to the future with Johnny's Jamborees and what's going on today in the society. It'd be even better once it's on a video your video because a lot of sharing with you. We'll we'll fight itself with the cutting floor with more episodes after.

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"egyptian" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

The Good Fight Radio Show

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"egyptian" Discussed on The Good Fight Radio Show

"For instance. We're GONNA get into Time now check this out and I know go a little bit faster this because I want to get a a lot in but I understand this. There was a war against Egypt and the magicians in Pharaoh's court and the demonic entities that upheld that satanic cost of the worship of false gods in the Egyptian Pantheon of Demon Gods in fact. It's important that we understand that God's word tells us that the gods is it the nations worship there are really demons. There's there's the you know the idol which is basically nothing wood or stone or tree but behind these these these these images that are nothing are actual demonic entities fallen angels demonic beans deuteronomy thirty two seventeen states. They sacrificed to demons not to God. To God's they had not known to newly arrived. God's which your fathers did not fear. The Apostle Paul wrote the first ten twenty rather the things that the gentile sacrifice sacrifice they sacrificed to demons and not to God and not what you have fellowship with demons quite interesting when the Lord God is dealing with the Egyptian Egyptians a lot of while. He's making more on farrow guests. Egyptians said if you free what we what most people miss is no. He's also making war against the corruption. God's this is a spiritual war we flesh and blood but it gets principalities and powers. We read in Exodus. Twelve twelve FRY will go through the land of Egypt on that night that will strike down the firstborn in the land of Egypt. Both man and beast and listen to this at against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments I I am the Lord number thirty three or four says while the Egyptians were burying all their first born whom the Lord has struck among them the Lord had also executed judgments judgments on their gods. I think that's really really heavy. Because there's a spiritual war going on and these demon gods were holding people's hearts captive through the magicians who were operating with sorcery and basically bring counterfeit signs and miracles wonders to get people people's hearts to be beholden. What do these demon gods? So they die. They're not no the one true God who created all things and they were worshiping the images of these false gods in many cases. God's word stated that they were to be no image that was be worshiped in his place. So it's interesting. One of the most important Egyptian gods is Rah Rah was basically the sun. God God he's the head of the Pantheon the chief God of the Egyptians they also held Fairuza God incredibly high esteem. Raw is often merged together and worshipped along with Horace. I lot of times. They're considered the same God because they're morphed together in different periods of of Egyptian mythology in thought. But it's interesting the secret secret societies many of them have it radically affinity for Horace and he's represent because he represents a coal power with the eye of horse and so forth which is also called IRA era and he's portrayed as in the eye of the triangle often in a coal societies like freemasonry. You often see the all seen. The eye of Horus in freemasonry Crowley used the eye in the triangle the Ot oh uses the eye of the triangle. Row Secretions use the eye of the triangle. I have horses. Well if the freemasons influenced I our government to the fact that you can pull out a dollar bill and see the great of air conceal and turn it over and see the other side of it and you see the eye in the triangle at the top of the pyramid mid. That's the eye of Horus battling thyroid theology. She wrote Isis unveiled which was a Egyptian got healing but she she states in her book the secret doctrine which remember the secret doctrine is a doctrine that we shall be as Gods as we obey Satan. And and submit ourselves to occult knowledge. I just a big lie under the heading Holy Satan in this book she says Satan has a key to the sanctuary and she said he's also quote the ancient Egyptians God Horus Chris isn't that interesting Lesser Crowley. The satanist claim that when he was in Cairo Egypt that his wife Rose was contacted by a spirit entity may I wass and that spirit entity began to dictate things. Too and subsequent days they had seen through the eyes of the spirit a a stelle written S. t. e. l. e. and it's pronounced sell when you're dealing with One of these These wooden or or rock tablets and this still had a picture reports on it and they felt they were directed by Iowa to this depiction of Horace and Crowley felt that was confirmed because the name of the catalog number at that image in the museum. Ziamin Cairo Crowley said was six six six the number of the beast the advocates of revelation and Crowley felt that he was being directed that this would be the new God of the new Aeon and Horace and he states when he wrote the book of the law that it was dictated to him by. Iowa's who identifies himself as horse in the book as well and that Horace Chris would violently replace the Lord. Jesus Christ and that thirty on the age of horse would replace the age of Christ in Christianity at in Chapter Three of the book the Law we read this from the spirit speaking through Crowley cursing him cursed him. Cursed him with my hawks head I pick out the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the across quote unquote and the head of horses often depicted as that of a falcon or Hawk so The deeming got horace by the way plays a significant picket role in the largest of the Rosa crucial secret societies known as the A. M. O. R. C. where Ancient Mystical Order of the road secretions or rosy cross and we read in the expose NYC. Marcy unmasked the Hidden Mind Control Techniques of the row secretion order quote a page. Seventy one seventy two quote. The the eye of Horus has a special place in Marc's temples and chapters. Isn't that interesting so it's really fascinating that I have a lot of quotes will give partout from freemasons so forth. They talk about the importance of the ancient Egyptian at mystery religions to Freemasonry by the way we have a picture. We can't show here but it'll be in our video and secret societies where Anton the. Va you start at your to say. Say Tannock Bible where he's doing I of Horace track with his fingers looking through with his eye and so forth so God brought judgments on the Egyptians and their adoption. God's He did it in such a way to show retribution judgment upon on the Pharaoh and the Egyptian Egyptian gods. We also did it in a way that was instructive. Because he's a god of love and mercy as well wanting them to repent and turn from these false gods judge who were damning their souls may lead them straight into a court worldview and abominable practices. He also did it to show his superiority over them so they know who the one true God is so they could come to know the one true God just Israelites at and be saved. who see that over and over again through the narrative of Genesis but one of the fascinating features that I'm GonNa take you through now? I think really interesting is every plague. All the ten plagues we're actually each and every one of them were directed in one way or another against the Egyptian gods. You're sneaking in typology Tuesday. I feel like we did a really cool. Typology was typology Tuesday here on this show but we did one a couple of months ago two or three months ago. Where are we show the parallel between the plagues in Egypt with the revelation plagues that go with Wales with the The Sun? Intensifying being blotted out and the locust and so for for this just going to be on a more of a universal level Egypt when that happens so that fits. I'm glad you brought that up because an oncologist throughout all those pillows today obviously because but that fits with what you mentioned Chad because that points. These all pointed the Times as well and God's judgment on the the the the the demonic gods and they'll be a resurgence of all those guys there already is in our culture culture so it's kind of interesting guys that When you think about it when God was bringing his plagues thinking about it this way when he was bringing retribution and injustice? Why do you think the first plague was on the Nile? Why do you think the last leg of ten was on the first born of Egypt? Why do you think after that took place has got wiped out the Egyptian army? The Nile. Guess what was going on what. What was the wickedest thing that the Egyptians were doing to Israelites? There were drowning their their babies in the Nile River. So you really powerful when you really see what's going on here as got seen okay. You know what he turned to blood and the first plague the last plague the death after their first born after the last plate destruction of their armies in the now river quite interesting but now it's interesting as well because we also have with regard to the first plague when it turns to blood we have a judgment against the Nile. God happy. which wasn't you know? We're talking about a diva here. H H. API was pronounced happy and it was a judgment against the now God showing that the law got no power over the true one supreme. God of all Y'all way so this is quite interesting again again. We read this common. Refrain this phrase over and over again. Listen quote that the Egyptians may know that I am the Lord. That's that's exodus seven five For Seventeen eight ten twenty two nine fourteen. Nine twenty nine repeats over again through the narrative that he wants to know who the true God. What is so? It's interesting to and people say well. God just loved the Israelites. And and and the Jews and he didn't love the Egyptians the Egyptians he wanted nothing to do with them no over and over again God unwanted Gypsies accompanied him. God chose his Rolex he chose Abraham and is the sentence that through them all the nations earth would people from every nation people had done they come to know the seed of Abraham come to know Jesus and they got US prophecies Isaiah were Egypt will come to him in the end and that we people remnant from Egypt that'd be restored to the Lord which I think is really beautiful and it's interesting because each of these ten plagues has mentioned is directed at different God first God the God of the Nile happy. The second plague consisted of mass frog coming from now river you know and there. Can you imagine the entering into your homes. They weren't there sheet in their beds in their food. He go to your basket. You grab some food and frogs would be in there just disgusting you know and this was directed against the Egyptian frog headed goddess of fertility. He kept he kept was the goddess of fertility and again. Let's let my people go. But they may serve me. And he's judging their gods say the God of the frogs that you guys worship has no power our the frogs the true God. y'All way 'cause Moses standing before Erin are standing before Pharaoh and God's say let my people go and by the way the magician's are repeating the first couple lakes saying. Hey we have this kind of we have power to because they're trying to uphold the worship of these falsely tenant. God's there'd be empowered but he's false gods please understand this. We love our audience because people love truth we want you to understand the depths of what the scriptures talking about so you can see the spiritual and you can see that. It's not just a physical thing they have in the past. Here's a spiritual thing going on. Its tip illogical. It's also apocalyptic employs the future. That released everything. That's going on right. Now for instance the secret societies and the rise of a Colt is today. The third plague God judges the Egyptian. God Gab who had a viper round his head and he was the father snakes but gab was a protector protector of the earth you know and the protector of the the ground that the dust the earth and guess what the Lord God he he..

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"egyptian" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

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"egyptian" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"So. Now, they go to chapter fourteen the Israelites have camped at I know, you guys know this pie. Roth come on. We went to school to Faulk between you on the tip of my tongue between middle and balls Afon. Yeah. What it says? Well, there's a KOA there. Right. That's a guarantee of quality. I I've played balls Ifan. That's it's fun with other boys never mind. Go onto go on. Okay. So at this point, they've escaped Egypt. The has come to terms with this. So God hardens Pharaoh's heart and mentally makes him decide to chase after the Israelites and slaughter them. We got God makes pharaoh chases. God changes Feroz mind. Like they're out. They've made it Feroz. Okay. With it. Okay. He wants he just engineered these fucking exactly, you know, what the story got boring. It's he God. And he says he wants to destroy the Egyptian army to show everyone that he's the man. Okay. So he's got a again, just zap them. All they've got to be pursuing do ramp up the drama setting them up to fail. I got. Okay. All right. So off they go with six hundred chariots to murder all the Jews the juicy them coming and instantly turned on Moses. Jabber fourteen Bush eleven they said to Moses was it because there were no graves in Egypt that you brought us to the desert to die. What have you done by bringing us out of Egypt? Did we say do you need you leave us alone? Let us serve the it would have been better for us to serve in the in Egypt than today. The desert whereas you got now, Moses. These people. Yeah. Yeah. All these done is lit our way through the night with pillars of fire leagues and firstborn deaths at cetera et cetera. This Moses has been calling in airstrikes for just destroying Egypt. And you're like suddenly got no faith in this. Have you done for me this afternoon? Right. Okay. So Moses answered the people do not be afraid Stanford, and you will see the deliverance. The Lord will bring to you today via gypsies you see today..

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