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How to Defy Sinful Desire

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

01:56 min | 2 months ago

How to Defy Sinful Desire

"By faith moses when he was grown up refused to be called the son of pharaoh's daughter choosing rather to be mistreated with the people of god rather than enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. He considered the reproach of christ greater wealth than the treasures of egypt for he was looking to the reward. Hebrews eleven twenty four to twenty six or boil it down to the essentials by faith moses left the fleeting pleasures of sin for he was looking to the reward. Faith is not content with fleeting pleasures. It is ravenous for joy. Joy that lasts forever. And the word of god says in your presence there is fullness of joy at your right hand are pleasures forevermore so sixteen eleven so faith will not be sidetrack into the deceitful pleasures of sin. It will not give up so easily in. Its quest for maximum joy. The role of god's word is to feed faiths appetite for god and in doing this it wanes my heart off of the deceptive taste of lust at first lust begins to trick me into feeling that i would really miss out on some great satisfaction. If i follow the path of purity. But then i take up the sword of the spirit and begin to fight.

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The Freezation of Pam McGee

Stories Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

The Freezation of Pam McGee

"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.

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The Freezation of Pam McGee

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

01:52 min | 2 months ago

The Freezation of Pam McGee

"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil the pharaoh's tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam mcgee now. Panicky was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why she left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always haute but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner sooner swim a well well. It all happened. Because i was her. Captain we joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camels stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day. We tracked our way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open eye. Rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire. The canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We've reached the edge of a waste hedge or else we'd both be dead

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The Legend of the Sphinx

Mythical Monsters

02:13 min | 3 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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Bargain Hunters Pounce as Trump Condo Prices Hit Decade Lows

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Bargain Hunters Pounce as Trump Condo Prices Hit Decade Lows

"Lows. It's a stunning reversal for a brand that once lured the rich and famous willing to pay a premium to live in a building with Trump's gilded name over the door. We check your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Come on, news me me, but also you, the Pharaoh, fast forward

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Growing Number Of U.S. Male Survivors Talk About Being A Sex Trade Victim

Morning Edition

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Growing Number Of U.S. Male Survivors Talk About Being A Sex Trade Victim

"Flourishing sex trade. Ah, lot of them are vulnerable to traffickers and sex buyers because of homelessness and poverty. Jenifer McKim of GBH News Center for Investigative Reporting says male victims often go unseen and unhelpful. Warning. This story contains descriptions that are disturbing. Sale. Faro was 16 years old and homeless when he was lured into the country's illegal sex trade. It wasn't until years later that the now 30 year old Boston hairstylists realized he wasn't to blame. I didn't see myself as a victim. I saw myself as someone who participated in this business with him. Alfaro says his parents kicked him out of their house because he was gay. He met a man on the Internet who offered him a place to stay and then forced him to provide clients sexual massages, some that became violent. He eventually ran away. There were many times where Didn't have food to eat. I don't have anywhere to go. And so I began what people call survival sex. I needed to find a way to survive on my own, and I did what I was taught. Pharaohs is a common story that is rarely heard boys and young men captured in the sex trade and victimized and weighs the public generally assumed supplies mostly two girls and young women. Now a small but growing fraternity of male survivors across the United States are talking about their experiences. They're adding poignant details to what many researchers say is a vastly under reported problem. A 2016 national study found more than a third of young people involved in the U. S. Sex trade were boys and young men. More than previously thought. Black and brown males and gay and LGBT Q. Young people are at higher risk. We need to get rid of this error of silence. That's Christopher Bates,

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Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

CNBC's Fast Money

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

"We are all over. The pharaohs action shares a roadblocks and simon property group. Post docs on the move on results will bring it in numbers but we start off with a bloodbath for big tax. The nasdaq plunging two and a half percent today for its biggest loss since mid-march the selling widespread across technology and intensifying into the clothes and nasdaq finishing app session lows and it wasn't just the high fliers crashing back to earth tech. Titans all seeing massive losses. Facebook netflix amazon apple alphabet losing a combined seven hundred billion dollars in market capitalisation. Today alone. That is more than one whole berkshire-hathaway wiped out in a single trading session.

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The Institute of Illegal Images

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:55 min | 5 months ago

The Institute of Illegal Images

"According to mark mcleod the origins of blotter art come from the criminalization of lsd. Lsd was originally distributed at liquid before becoming illegal in all fifty states after nineteen sixty. Six underground drug dealers. Started using something called blotter sheets. They dip these paper sheets and lsd and let them dry then they cut it up and sell it that way pretty soon. They were printing artwork onto these blotter sheets and eventually artists were designing images specifically for the broader sheets. They were fun. Little codes clues as to where the blotter might have come from and who might have made it. And it's all this blotter. Art mark mcleod collects and displays in the blotter barn. The barn is just the a skeletal formation of the entire history of blotter which has a very small history from november nineteen. Sixty eight to return and i tried to get examples with sprint across. I put the. I fit up there. A judge Have a skeletal formation. That you can hang more flesh on each blotter. Sheet is divided into perforated taps or pits and each tab about a quarter of an inch across sometimes a portrait spread out among several tabs on the same sheet like a mosaic or a multi piece puzzle other times. An entire image fits within one tiny tab and it's best seen beneath a magnifying glass. Either way the images from many different artists are impressively detailed and precise. There's a portrait of the pharaoh. Mikhail gorbachev in nate picture of alice peeking through the looking glass. These are just some of the tens of thousands of images on display. Mark doesn't even have a full count

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Is fair. look how many of the of you there are Hollis moves over here and magic missiles and says stop putting us. I think i'm up to five. I mean you chanting tone gesture purple street from your fingertips sell across the distance and then impact on some shield protecting form. How really really. That's my turn farewell. The forgotten pharaoh flies off vocally talk to leave from sudi and masika jeez carols natural one. I roll a fourteen four eight thirty three thirty three. We'll strike your target. That is fourteen points of damage on lethal chip. Chip chip and away cells around circles pass masika. turns tops extends hand embossed off a rainbow of programmatic channing. Me with this. I mean if i had this fellow cast. If i if i had this spell every round every round on the party is that that's three so far. When a sorcerer gets a a new spell level they only get one spell of that level your also. I'm not going to say it. I'm just gonna roll. What are we doing better well. That's three so far. So how many more could she have right plenty. Nah this one might work out for you. I will need a reflex. Save from hollis. we'll save from masika. I want to reflect safe from sitra and against struck by to raise lange. Come on your end. Reflect save and will say from. Cd all right. You've got to be kidding me right. So that's a perfect twenty on the reflex. Save for a thirty two and a natural one on the will save for a fourteen like oh it was bound to happen. Attend for twenty on that reflex. Masika rolls a seventeen for thirty four on her citric on eighteen for thirty two people left. So hollis your struck by a red ray taking twenty points. A fire damage centrally. You managed to avoid this entirely as a duck out of the way of the yellow electricity. Ray masika you managed to resist this indigo beam washes over you. Then as the pragmatic color shift in the indigo indigo and orange. Raise both strike. Sudi sudi managing to avoid the orange one entirely before being struck by the indigo ray file as suda has been driven insane as this wave passes over him yep played. I might have something for this. Unless it's he'll. Ms used hers to save her. But earlier after those yep greater risk. Works until then i'm going to be. I'm going to be a real pain though. Sudi this wash of confusion. That just rolls over you as suddenly everything just turns into various shades of violet and read it. Just kind of turn things around masika right. Masika is gonna castle living and then float five feet four to the pharaoh and pooper no right and rela perfect twenty folks automatically hit threat role to confirm raw twelve twenty four confirm on such. Ac twenty four will confirm. He's make a flat out killing her real upset at this point it's us or her and quite frankly i know it sucks but students insane in other cities insane. You don't know that yet. This is four two will it's a fortitude. Save thirty five passes still double damage which is basically the same as failed or is it one of those loud. The saves a lot less six three six. Yeah so sixty six. So i do fifty damage. They narrow their is at messina's this pulse of energy tears through them. Perhaps i will exclude you from the monument. From seco we go to city contact percentile. You are confused. I am four forty eight babbling coherently so yes a suitor. U-turn stare up is become vacant as you. Just sways for a moment and then begins to speak strangely in ancient serianni. Although it's nothing any of you can truly understand all right. That's a problem. Also i apologize heather right now. That's not yet from sudoku battles incoherent. Go to citra. I shall move toward the forgotten. Pharaoh ascending as i go i am also hosted much as i don't want to stab them. I think i'm going to kill killer like normal. It's fun because i can pay to bring her back. Backup plan sister. Who's going to stab it. I just don't have a lot of things that i can even use on. I rolled Not well though. I rolled a five. Which gets me a twenty one. Plus two is a twenty. Three in haste gives me plus one yes twenty four will not strike the forgotten pharaoh as you fly up circle round stab out unfortunately over five so mode again you just kinda plunger blade ford and fill it hit like again this. Almost supernatural reflexes of them Before plunging in almost glancing off of the shield spell plunging further hitting off of whatever magical deflections there and then by the time you finally pushed through that you're not able to get through the actual major armor. That's protecting her. So many layered defenses ellis. Stark weather has studious swaying. Their masika has just blast off one of our most powerful spells strike in the forgotten faira full on in the chest which doesn't seem to have stopped them cetera trying to plunge blade for but can't get a good angle to see how this is a little figure dancing around the screen like why move and i was just thinking i don't wanna be next the suit that's smart. I wanna make sure that someone else's closer to sudi just stay like hidden behind one of the pillars No i'm gonna run around. So host runs around. She needs to be able to see sarah that she can go and then she's going. I mean it's not gonna work. She'll try and then she's gonna cast siphon might and.

Masika twenty points masika thirty five eighteen Sudi seventeen five feet three twenty one fourteen thirty four sarah fourteen points twenty six four thirty two thirty two people one spell
"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Of this quickly. hollis will kind of step central. I think that puts me within thirty feet of people. It may not be able to hit masika and cast haste on the front line and myself. I guess the whole route. Oh can i make any sort of check to know what the heck is going on. Maybe without mask and the ghosts reflection and any of that stuff. You're talking artifact level magic so there's nowhere maybe like if you manage to pin down sarah thad and castle legend more. You could possibly determine something pertaining towards the heart's powers but yet but think plan of beaten her to the ground and taking our stuff and tyner up is the best plan. I have so far so as the party brings us the forgotten pharaoh. We gotta don't love it. She soars back flying pass. Masika uh-huh turns spins cups hands and blessed rainbow color out striking the entire party as it rolls across the room. Many of those honey like Let's see what we got to roll here at least sits to magic condign. Rest easy on that goodness stupid fair on their stupid good saves. definitely a sorcerer. Yeah i think zach hall hollis. I'm going to need you. Make reflect save as an orange race strikes. You sudi i'm gonna need you to make a fortitude save is keen race strikes. You boy citra. I'm going to you to make a will save as an indigo race strikes. You and i'm gonna need a reflex save from masika as a strikes you seventeen for a twenty-seven role a thirteen for a twenty six unless it is a fear death negative level poison Poison okay no. This is twenty six. See carol's sixteen. Twenty four got super lucky enrolled in nineteen four eight twenty eight so all of you succeed. Hollis you take twenty points of acid damage. Forty points of electricity damage. Oh my gosh. That's the safer half. Oh jeez successfully save against the poison Avoiding the instant the initial effect of death. I it's such a resisting sanity. Ray j permit i spray. Spray summit love the spill so much because it is so fricking ran. He's when it's i like being on the cast e side of it not the receiving end you. Can you put her on the ground. No everything. I've got us to kill her. You don't have a dispel magic. I have one but she's just going to fly again. Yeah because then she'd be on the ground and i can maybe stunner so for the forgotten pharaoh surely not that many jeez. I'm starting to think or sir. I have to start using lethal force. We're going one of us. Has eventually knocking to get lucky. With one of those saves masika. The beckon. Rain all tried to dispel the fly route. As you begin to chant and tones she will use an immediate action to bless the ray from crowd soon. Actually i don't know secrets touch as he's probably decent. That's a twenty one. hits your toucher. Say oh yeah that hits me. he's awful. Oh no i don't actually. Yeah that is right. You're all that armor so yeah the race streaks across the distance hits you know those middle. That's eleven points of damage as the race streaks across the distance and slams into you outcry that's a bad sign spells a third level spell so that say twenty few are injured while casting a dc of ten plus the damage dealt which is twenty one plus the spells level. Which i don't get it. I rely only twenty this race streaks across the distant slams into your chest interestingly untucked. I just ray damage into you with enough force. Probably enough surprise that your spell fizzles headdress right so cool. You still have a move action. Or you're gonna have to make a hubbard check going to stay in place This is probably going to be real dumb. But i'm gonna get me you know i'm gonna get into boy to be doing malay. She has a spear mris circles around closing in spinning her. Mace going is probably a great idea to kandahar. Okay if i have done my math correctly that's yes exactly fifty feet to get Not in based contact with her. But could you jump. Oh wait no. She's fifteen up right so she's still not you have a ten foot reach so she's rich. All right cool. I'm or hastening skipped. No because you're action your turn move behind okay okay So yeah i'm going to try to stunner and maybe that will drop her but will so sudi. Russia's ford close to the distance many lashes the fist Okay so that is a thirteen. I'm not getting a flank from masika. So that is a thirty two to hitter. Thirty two will strike your non lethally. If it matters that is fifteen points of damage and she needs fortitude. Save ford suit says. That's a twenty nine. Oh yeah that'll do it as a pretty middle enroll actually a really good. Wow nuts while that's unfortunate pulling her she. But i don't think it's probably a is most appropriate. But you know. Sarah that is she. Who's i does the one. You're trying to save however technically it is currently they because there's actually two people inside a pretty good banishment or something. I don't know how you papa somebody out of somebody but that that'd be a cool thing i mean it's an artifact level spell fault. Yeah so sudi rush ford slam your fist home. They recoil from the impact. You would note by the way that While you did manage to enter the forgotten pharaoh not to the extent that you expected as your fists slams in its there's the sound of stone cracking into stone as you impact interesting from sudi. We go to citra. I'm going to have to get out mice girl. Okay so i will reach into my handy haversack. Pull my scroll of fly and then cast the scroll of fly badgen snapping your Your main hand to free action reduce. Your weapons spoke with nice so use magic bus Sixteen or my number today. rolled a sixteen four. Thirty two nice to beat the dc twenty-five you fill a a lightness on your feet. Unfortunately only have a five step left five feet forward they will you step forward your toes beginning to drag crosses to begin to levitated up into the air. Hollis stark weather.

Sarah fifty feet two people carol Forty points today fifteen points seventeen eleven points five feet twenty six Masika hollis twenty points sixteen Thirty two twenty ten twenty few masika
"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

08:30 min | 5 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Yeah it's fine And then is within less than thirty feet away from you. Yeah okay cool then. This close range will work Hollis looks up And it's going to cash chains of light to see if i can rapper and holder still for a second reflex save. It's not bad but it's not great. Twenty one right so she is held in mobile by glowing golden chains composed of pure light. She has paralyzed and held in place. she commits saving. Throw each round while held. She can't use any sort of extra mental travel on. She's not in ethiopia blah the wrestler. She's paralyzed paralyzed and held in place by of light. We gotta get her down here so we start punching her. I'm hoping that if we can hold still maybe we can knock her out or it so a whole issue chanting tone. These glowing change just burst from thin air and a wrap around her. She continues to Technically maintaining the fly think is mental action creature flying in the air at the time that becomes paralyzed cannot flap its wings and falls. That's only for wings. Creature paralyze swimmer can't swim. Yes it only. It says winged creatures flying fall. I think she's does festival. Held in place which i just wanted to check and then it says each round. I don't know if that's at the end of her. Turn or at the start of mine or the doesn't specify it the way that hold person does because whole person is your We'll save on your turn. Yeah this one just says you may attempt saving through each round to end. The effect whole person specifies that it's on their turn and so since it says round. I would assume that it tracks the same initiative tracker as hollis. Okay cool so she stuck until my next at least so that takes us to the forgotten pharaoh which with just a quick perusal. I don't see any purely mental abilities. So floats their spiff cool. They stare down towards hollis. We don't want to hurt you. You have to stop fighting. The gleaming ruby is of the falcon headdress begin to police surprising number of lasers in this adventure. Seek of the beckon. Masika is Use her heck's that lets her fly to fly so yeah i guess. I'm fly sixty feet towards the forgotten pharaoh ascending up at the angle. I need to to not have to make check. So you could ascend up to a height of fifteen feet of light thirty feet. So do we have a plan because we need to stop them. Unconscious is the plan. I think yeah but how is that going to do anything. Looks like a job for will not going out and then we'll figure it out then we can take all our stuff ver- and you know. Make a better plan from masika. We go to the disciple all right back. This guy does a thirty one. beat citra ensued. Come comment meteoroid defenses. nope bill he provokes tech of opportunity from sudi as he flips past. Unfortunately for citra does not that is a nine for a twenty eight. Twenty eight will strike your target. That is thirteen. Points of damage launches himself for flying. Kicking at hollis man. They're really gun in for you. Kick buddies stunning flying kick twenty two yup. That hits me hopes are those a actually. I was twenty six so definitely regardless fortitude safe and also pinpoints to damage not twenty. Save twenty seven. Now i'm looking rough so he dives four kicks you with enough force to slam you against the wall. Specially rebound stumbling free. Read the room. He did read the room. You just paralyzed his fair. Share citra in the hummer. The forgotten farrow is floating above and sicher is going to move out wide and move into the flank next to hollis Or what will be the flank whenever she ready for action and waits for city step. Yeah fortunately there's not a way that you can circle around to get fully in the flank without provoking and then i'll provoke okay. That is however natural ones that will not hit. And then you're ready readying for sudi to step into the flanks so that i can get him now right. So you contact. You'll take five foot step forward. Putting himself into the flank which is ready to action goes off yep citrus oh stabby stabs. I rolled a twelve. Which gets me a twenty eight. Plus two thirty thirty will strike pretoria. I'll be thirty seven points of damage. Oh who hit your opponents still stands which means it's my turn. I'm in a flurry of blows tax man and you know what. I'll throw another stunning fist at him. Sure have one safer. Sarah or oh. That's perfect twenty. He will automatically hit threat role to confirm. That is a twelve four. A thirty three to confirm a thirty three will confirm your critical hit boy as you slam your fist home. Wow that was terrible for damage So i i wrote five on forty-six so that's fun. Plus sixteen is twenty one points of damage. I do imagine there's a moment as sicher russia's four kicks off the pillar tumbles past ducks under this guy's arm slides into place. At like oh thank god citrus here and then suit steps forward and then citrus stabs and then he punches explosion of state will need a reflect safe from hollis and sitra fifteen for twenty-five ipad. I also cyril to thirteen for twenty nine So tremendous to get out of the way entirely. Hollis you still take fourteen points a fire damage so half of that would be or would be seven points fired image. I take no fire damage. Because my after i will they need a fortitude save from hollis sudi. Let me make at least one okay. That's an a decent role the twelve for nineteen for a twenty five twenty thirty days. All of you safe but all of all right one target. Let's turn city yes. I mean yeah. I took a pipe steps. Yeah so do you slam your fist. Home at this figure detonate you. Step back turning your gaze up that heartbeat sound intensifies. You fill this odd tug before this cold sensation. That's for all the rest of you. Almost as if flowing down from the headdress. As the masks lille but also problems doing jordan thinks it's cool suit. He's going to be terrified of this. Sudi as you as you blink. Your one i and shake your head filling this cold sensation. You look up to see the forgotten pharaoh sarah fat floating there and then immediately behind her this floating go sleep figure smo- sion's mimicking perfectly the figure directly in front of him and barrow floating in the air face fully obscured by a mask and headdress identical to the one that you've been caring beyond the crimson liked that already colors most of this room. There is a transparency in the center of the pharaohs chest where you can see this beating glowing crimson heart From there we go to hollis to believe means it's been one round so syrup that will attempt a we'll say for two table was i'm sorry a ry plex twenty get. Yep that'll do man okay. Fine cheeseburgers a shattering sound of chains as sarah misuse wiggle. Her way. free editor is something else. Well i'm trying to think of the best hitter with old disintegrate now. But i don't want to disintegrate my friend. I think we should take care.

Sarah sixty feet fifteen feet twenty seven seven points thirteen Twenty eight forty sixteen five Twenty one fourteen points twenty six nine Masika each round twenty two less than thirty feet thirty one jordan
"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

07:16 min | 5 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Your. That's that's good. I really hope that doesn't sika. Sika rolls a fifteen for twenty three. Which saved against her chain lightning. But it's not going to be high enough to save against a higher level spell. Citra these are. You're also rolled a seventeen for thirty three. Okay nice all right so sudi. You're struck by violent race. You're struck by a yellow ray and masika. You're struck by a blu ray. All three of you save again. My previous statement was barely saved against the chain lightning. You actually say like you didn't roll exact rolled. However you you really barely saved against the petra fixation ray own. Avoid the last of electricity. That goes searing past you entirely with your evasion. Suty you feel yourself disconnect for a moment before managing to reassert yourself through sheer force of will as your nearly banished to another plane of exist. How cool would it be to be in the bonar though. No oh out lewis going on your and you hang out with all of our friends. A local falls forever. And it's like. I've been i've been falling from. I don't love this. The forgotten pharaoh. This is not good for me. Oh we go to masika. Do the thing masika. Save hollis save all this mono mono this monk. I don't have anything. That's i can really do to save. Hallet's hollis four is about fifty feet away from the mic in front of me stunned right. Yes so they're not gonna stop you from doing anything. She's been blasted off. Arcane spells really highly powerful ones to that last one is not on any spell list. Other than sorcerer wizard source. I think well all right. Screw it the more on the forgotten fair yes. Take the kitty with us yet. Make them something slow like a turtle. Maternal bustle various. Then we can put them in our box and take them with us. When we do the things he's a fortitude save. This is very good. I'm greatly pleased if He eight yeah. That doesn't oh. But i thought maybe chance there's probably a good chance. Remind me in the after party to talk a little bit about the forgotten stats. they're bonkers. But i was like. Maybe maybe you never know and have drawn the forgotten fares attention so that oh goody that's what you want actually now that you're this close one interesting thing about her cooperman. That snake are banned that she wears actually constantly slithers and slides. That's so cool nifty. I really want it. And but i'm going to take it off a snake. I've gotta. I'm gonna take a five step so i'm further behind the pillar. Aren't we still in search of your mentors snake friend. Yeah oh pursing know. It's an armband are made it an armband like that'd be interesting all right so masika slides a little. Bit further away that brings us to the disciples. One of them is stunned. The other one the uninjured one stands next to hollis and we'll we'll pull out attack sunny vest now lawyers blow actually only a sixteen with that first attack. Mrs. foes that up with a twenty three. I mean yes. Twelve nope the twenty-five yes so two punches still come slamming into hollis four fifteen and fourteen respectively so good hits as you are no longer stunned however you are discombobulated from just getting punched repeatedly. I don't love it. But at least i'm still standing and also and that's done freedom but takes us to such a hammer Gonna dumble back toward the pillar hall is in trouble and then just kind of like inch my way using the pillar to to get closer all this but so you're able to stumble back. You can hear hollis for sudi before you grab place a hand on the pillar and start to circle around the outside of it hoping vision clears hopefully. Oh that works to that. Works too nice job from scituate. Also sit your vision clears because these guys keep blowing up on cd stern. Yeah i'm responsible for so much death up sued. He's kind of the finisher there. Actually i think the first one was finished because sister got a opportunistic. Okay so i will try to respond this Cultist that's next to me. And see if i can't finish them off because he has no one stunned hobo hero. I'm not gonna flink anymore because masika step back. She doesn't want to be mostly. Don't want to be forgotten pharaohs line of sight full cover really fair role to for twenty one twenty one. We'll show toward the heo. That is thirteen points of damage and i will need a fortitude save say twenty three for his suits is made he makes it all right fine kill fashioned way. I continued to punch art expansion. That is a seven for twenty six twenty six. we'll strike. That is eighteen points of damage he explodes in a massive fiery snakes. I will need a replay from sudi spiff. That's natural one that will fell. Fortunately this is not second edition so it's not a critical failure. You sound so sad you l. Ever do take fifteen points a fire damage. Our as it sears. You i will need a safe from sudan masika. The fire blasts five feet but the flashbang is ten. Okay i roll a nineteen for a big thirty plus number come on jordan. It's fourteen which gets a twenty. Two twenty two will succeed. So neither of your blinded sudi park somewhat from the The explosion low crispy Then i'll take a five footstep. Is back toward citron. hollis hollis. you're no longer stunned. Hollis is gonna try to acrobats around this cultist what what is happening now wizard. She doesn't really great seven for twenty. One will provoke an attack up as you try to move.

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Archeologists Unearth an Ancient Pharaonic City in Egypt

John Williams

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Archeologists Unearth an Ancient Pharaonic City in Egypt

"A 3000 year old lost city south of Cairo. Complete with brick houses, artifacts and tools from ancient times, noted archaeologist So he Hawass said today that an Egyptian mission had discovered the city in the southern province of Luxor. It dates back to what is considered to be a golden era of ancient Egypt. He also said the city was built on the western Bank of the Nile River and was once the largest administrative and industrial settlement off the Empire of the Pharaohs. WGN Sports David and

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Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

Richard Eeds

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Cairo's Mummy Parade Goes Smoothly

"Cairo over the weekend, stirring up concerns about a so called curse of the pharaohs, 18 kings and four queens were paraded in special shock, absorbing vehicles for about three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations. The move reignited talk on social media about the curse, which has been blamed for recent incidents like the ship blocking the Suez Canal, a train crash that left dozens dead last month and a building collapse in Cairo. Thicker stems from a warning on the tomb of King Tut, that red death will come on quick wings for those who disturb the King's peace. Michael Kastner, a prank a couple pulled that Disney world

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22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

22 Mummies Are Moved in a Glittering Display in Cairo

"Mummies have been paraded across the streets of Cairo in a ceremony fit for Kings and Queens, Theo 18 kings and four queens were transported three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations in special tank like Shaq. Serving vehicles. The multi million dollar event came complete with an orchestra dancers, a massive police escort and a visit by the Egyptian president. It reignited talk on social media about the curse of the Pharaohs, which has been blamed on recent events, including a deadly train wreck a month ago and the ship that blocked the Suez Canal for more than a week. Egyptian officials say there is nothing to the curse and the transport went off without a hitch. Amy

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Mummies Paraded In Cairo, Spark Concerns Of A Curse

BTV Simulcast

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Mummies Paraded In Cairo, Spark Concerns Of A Curse

"Egyptians are worried about the curse of the pharaohs. After 22 ancient royal mummies were paraded across Cairo Saturday, the 18 kings and four queens were paraded in special shock, absorbing vehicles for about three miles to their new home in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilizations. But the move reignited talk on social media about the infamous curse, which is blamed recently for the ship blocking the Suez Canal and a train crash last month that killed dozens. Curse stems from a warning on the tomb of Tutankhamen that says death will come on quick wings for those who disturb the King's peace.

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The Lord Fights For Us (Exodus 14:13-14)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:59 min | 7 months ago

The Lord Fights For Us (Exodus 14:13-14)

"Exodus chapter fourteen versus thirteen and fourteen and moses said to the people fear not stand firm and see the salvation of the lord which he will work for you today for the egyptians whom you see today you shall never see again the lord will fight for you and you have only to be silent yes. Don't you love these words. Don't you love these two versus think about it. Gods people have been delivered out of slavery in egypt there now standing right on the edge of the red sea this massive body water in front of them with the egyptians who've enslave them for years now threatening to overtake them pharaoh and his army have now come after the egyptians. Try to bring them back and the people are worried concerned. Afraid what do we do. Where do we go. And we're trapped with a c. In front of us and all this army behind us. In god says moses fear not stand firm and see the salvation of the lord. Now think about that. Stand firm and see the salvation lord. How are they going to see the salvation of the lord by just standing there and seeing god work which he will it says work for you today. The lord will fight for you and you have only to be silent. Is there any clearer. Picture of faith in god that leads to salvation from god. This is this is the essence of what it means to be saved by god from sin to stand and seeds. Trust to believe that the lord fights for you that jesus has done the work that he has died on cross four. You're saying that he is risen from the grave and that if you trust in him you will be saved. You don't have to do anything. But trust in jesus it's by grace alone through faith alone in jesus alone that we are saved all glory. Be his name. He is the ultimate battle for us. And he has prevailed and then so now think about this. This is our life day in and day out. You and i face challenges you face. Struggles with sin struggles with trials in circumstances in life and it's end those struggles with sentenced in those trials in circumstances reface in life that god calls us to do the same to trust in him to trust that justice. Jesus fought for us on the cross. He fights for us

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Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

"Woody Allen responds to a damning new docuseries the early nineties. Allegations that Woody Allen molested is then seven year old daughter, Dylan Farrow are the main focus of the HBO docuseries Alan V. Pharaoh, which includes extensive interviews with Dylan, her mother, Mia Farrow, and a bunch of others that lead viewers to believe Dylan was abused by Alan. The filmmakers say they reach down Talyn to tell his side, but he never responded. Now he's out with a statement, saying the documentarians had no interest in the truth, calling the allegations categorically false and the Syriza's a

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"Welcome to the very one hundred and thirty first episode of the shut up and sit down. Podcast a podcast about games games. Oh the wonderful games on this podcast. We're gonna be talking about the game. That is fyrom freeman freezer special. If you will and we are going to be joined on this journey. I say we are going to be joined. We are the journey and we are joined by a fox fought. What and matthew lease. Swear am i. It's time to get into the portal and talk all about the game that is fire little little says the portal..

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Explosive Woody Allen Documentary Series Coming To HBO

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Explosive Woody Allen Documentary Series Coming To HBO

"Jason the controversies of Woody Allen's Life Getting the miniseries Treatment from HBO. Careful saying is being done to kid Kallen v. Pharaoh will do a deep dive into the marriage of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow and the allegations of sexual abuse by their daughter. Dylan says he molested her when she was seven. Couldn't believe it little feature interviews with Mia Dillon and more, but it appears Alan is not involved, and he's denied the allegations. For decades. Allenby Pharaoh was shot in secret, and it debuts two weeks

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"A letter here from danielle about our women in the construction industry. Podcast she writes. I was excited to see the title of the podcast. Because i have a more than a few stories on the subject. First of all my mom was the first female to work at a construction site in ontario. Canada definitely hazed and couldn't use the outhouse for fear that the men on her crew would pick it up with a forklift when she was in it which apparently happened regularly. she did say that. After some time the men she worked with became close like big brothers and looked out for for myself. I've worked in the are bora culture and forestry industries for the past seven years or so i found school to be an amazing experience and never felt different from the men i vote. The my teachers encouraged me and motivated me to work just as hard as the voice and they never single me out based on my gender once i started working in the field however i encountered men who seemed to loathe me just for being female and others who are completely in awe that i would do a physical job. I'm more skill than some of the men. I've worked with when it comes to handling a chainsaw. And i believe that having to teach myself. Technique has helped. I agree with your points that women don't get the mentorship that men do and so we have to learn the hard way. I've heard some of the most ridiculous disgusting things from co workers and have also worked with some that seemed to think i was invisible. I've also noticed that. If i shorten my name danielle to danny on resumes. I get way more interview using callback. Which i assume because the company believes i mail thankfully most of my job positions have put me on small cruise. So eventually the minute. I become close and in some cases good friends. I always joke with my female friends. That when i start to work with new people i'm only seen as a woman for two weeks and then i become a man at that point. No one else to carry anything or does any favors they get that. I'm working just as hard as them. And sometimes because of my small size even harder i think even at the higher corporate level. I find myself now. Women don't get the same pay respect or job opportunities as men however. I'm optimistic that this next generation of female workers like the six year old mentioned in your podcast. Chinese will continue to break down the gender barriers in the male dominated jobs so thanks daniel and i have a letter here from mary. She says first off. Thank you thank you. Thank you thank podcast. You all did over women. Construction was fantastic. It was ruthless brutally truthful and enlightening. I'm emailing because i'm a current senior pursuing a degree in construction management. I was previously an engineering major. But i changed because construction is the perfect blend of hands on organization creativity. Essentially i see it as architecture slash engineering slash contractor combined into one. I haven't had any first hand experience on a job site yet. But i will say i am one of two girls in the entire program at my school. All the rest are gents. It was the same in my engineering classes and it was the same in my technical classes in high school. Hardly any girls and to be honest. I've never known why there is more opportunity in this field than practically any other companies are fighting to hire women because there is such a low percentage of us applying. When i graduate. I can be an estimator specialist. Scheduler safety coordinator project engineer project manager. The list goes on and on have i experienced prejudice. It depends on how you see it or take it. If someone says something inappropriate. I often fire something. Witty rightback women have to be ready to face these kinds of situations. It's important not to take it. super personally. Harassment rarely happens in school. My classmates respect me and they learn to. Because i work my butt off and i complete really quality work as a woman. I'm more motivated to do. My best represent the gender and gain a higher level of respect. It's sad but the reality is some of the guys. Don't know how to react with a strong tomboy. Woman who likes to play in the dirt drive nails with a hammer and wants to kick butt in this industry from what. I've seen the guys who do understand. All of this are the ones. In management and supervisory positions. The construction management field seems to be way less brutal than the trades field from a woman standpoint. I'm thankful for women like nicole. Curtis on hdtv's rehab addict who are trailblazers. She's making the field more open to women. And i hope to do the same someday. Dude i love nicole. Curtis and rehab attic. My boyfriend sit around the house and watch it all the time. So if she is she is a good figure. And i'm glad you're getting out there and doing what you love to do. Thanks for writing in and thanks to everybody. Who's written into us. We've gotten so many letters in particular about women in construction. So keep all of them. Coming mom steph at works dot com is.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

08:06 min | 8 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Context as well. yeah. I teach a class. Ucla called women in power in the ancient world. In the first two weeks we go through a discussion of how much power women have today. Always try to keep ancient history as topical and useful and applicable to the modern world as possible because humans are humans. we have the same general systems Shame patriarchal system for certain. So how can we use these women from. The ancient world is role models as cautionary tales. Whatever how can they help us out today and you know it's it's an interesting thing when you when you look at patriarchal society as a whole it does systematically bar women from power and i start my own talk about how chips that i put. I put it in context. I start my own lecture with four slides where i show how today women have so little political power. There are very few leaders of state prime ministers or presidents around the world who are female. Why are we so hostile that why are we so ambivalence that power. There's even fewer female ceos and leaders of fortune five hundred companies. Who are women's united states. It's four percent candidates. Just over six percent female ceos. It's nothing when we allow the free market and the human organism to pick who they want to have leadership over money. We do not choose women. It's extraordinary The military is improving. Because you have a very top down hierarchical System in the united states that you do see female officers except for the marines but in the air force the army and the navy at twenty percent and rising so that's improving ideological power in females. There's just none judeo. Christian islamic traditions do not suffer females in leadership positions. So all of this is applicable. All of this is useful and in my class women. In power in the ancient world we look at cognitive differences between males and females brain differences How how a female thinks forgives versus a man how a female might think of her survival versus a man. All of these things. I think are important to bring out the open and understand so that they can be transcended for example. Did you know that women hold grudges longer than men do for. Somebody cuts you off or betrays you politically. A woman is more likely to hold the grudge and cut that person off a man and that if we learn as females not to burn our bridges to get over those those impasses we would be better political leaders but we have other. We have strengths as well. For example micro loan lenders. Don't like to give micro loans to men. They like to give to women because the woman will buy the cow make the cheese make the business and take care of her family too. Many microloans that go to men are brought into a bar in exchange for political capital for drinks at the bar and then often think that way because our brains work in different ways. I like to look at the biological sources of it all. I like to think about how the female hunter out you know. The human origins are sources for how we think and feel her. Survival depended on her connection with her sister her mother. With her close shanley a man's hunter-gatherer survival depends on finding game far away making connections with other troops far away warfare troops far away. The these are things that he depends on so he is automatically going to be more politically inclined genetically perhaps the cognitively than a female who is going to be genetically cognitively more interested in in looking towards her inner circle all of those things translate into how we perceive political power. So when and i put a slight up in my my lecture or put up an image of maggie faster. Hillary clinton condoleeza rice Merckel all of these women inaction at a podium talking and i put up a male flight next to it and the females look angry and the males lee and strong and we have these visceral reactions. These emotional reactions misperceptions even or just perceptions of what power is for males or females without even thinking about it and a lot of time we think females can't have power there to hormonal their to their turn to more mercurial. They won't be able to to have a consistent leadership style. we need the men. We can't trust this. We're hostile towards it or ambivalent more intellectually inclined or open about female power. But for me just like a baby might be if it's a white baby more inclined and attracted to white faces or a black baby might be more interested in cognitively looking at black faces like itself. That doesn't mean that can't be transcended later in life. So but at the same token female might actually be misperceived as being self interested as being selfish or be seen as angry or hormonal. But if we're open about how we feel about female leadership then these things can be transcended. So i like to look at the biological roots of it at the sources of our distrusting power source of it all is the fact that women can have babies and men cannot and i always go back to the story. Marissa mayer ceo donahue and. Everyone was was freaking out that she had that baby. How can she possibly be. Who have a baby simultaneously. You had feminist pundits on tv. And of course you can have a baby. Nbc o of yahoo simultaneously. When that story came out. I was at home on leave. Breastfeeding my child. And i have five months off. And i remember holding my kid looking at the tv and state. And there's no way she can do. She can't do it. Because i had little support and help in that moment i was going through postpartum depression entirety and these are the things that women have to deal with. We need help to transcend our own bodies to maintain power i needed. Ucla my university to give me time off to go a little bit crazy. Go hormonal comeback to the real world. My kid into daycare systems. So that could be that powerful female is. We don't have governmental systems. Societal help we cannot transcend our bodies have children and have it all. These things are all very interesting to me. I don't like to deny the biological and say of course can do it all. I like to bring all of that in and say okay. Now what are we going to do next. The long issues gave you an insight into how i think about all of this absolutely well. It reminded me of one thing that jumped out to me at the end of the book. The acknowledgments you're talking about that period of time when you had just had your son and the book comes along and you're dealing with writing a book while grappling with this new thing that is childcare in your life but you you right. I could not have understood at ships. It before motherhood happened and i was just wondering if you could especially because the podcast is called stuff. Mom never told you. I was just wondering if you could sort of explain that in a little bit a little bit another you already did somewhat in that previous answer but that was something that really jumped out to me. I have never felt more isolated and more confused and in a darker place than then. When i had my son do that. Post-partum year. It was a very tough year. And i actually in nineteen ninety nine one through cracks in it and have you read trauma and almost died and that year was worse arguably than than that that year post head trauma. It was tough because everything that you thought as a that. I thought as a woman that i could have was made intensely vulnerable in a way that that i'd never experienced before that child. Having that child stripped me bear. In a way that that i've i still in grappling with an thinking about because you're never more vulnerable and you're never more of a slave to your own body and i think that in western culture not only do we like to deny death and pretend that it will never happen. You know we like to live forever and plastic surgery and people die in hospital outside of.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

07:21 min | 8 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. i'm caroline and i'm kristen and today the podcast. We have a really special guest chris. You're talking to egyptologist. Professor and pretty much all around amazing person character. Cuny's the author of the woman who would be king hatshepsut's rise to power all about this amazing figure in history shops at who was the sixth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty. And you know honestly. We don't know a lot about her. Inner life her personal life but we do know quite a bit now about how she ruled and she definitely wasn't interesting and different figure for history unique if only in the fact that she was a female fair or a woman king which seems like an oxymoron. Almost and we're going to talk to kuni about is just how she was such a powerful and effective ruler who really maintained her empires position in the world. And we're going to find out more about how she came to that power and also how her gender played such a strong role not only in the path that she had to take to grasp that power but also in her legacy being diminished and a lot of ways and the reason that we don't know more about sort of the inner workings of how she came to power beyond the actual steps that you have to take to become king has to do a lot with the fact that those darn egyptians did not record anything other than their super official histories and facts about their rulers. They weren't writing down who was sleeping. With whom or how had ships that clawed her way to power and so there's been a lot of conjecture over the years about how this woman came to be a leader but so one important that we can turn to to answer. Some of the questions is character and so without further ado. Let's let the interview role. First of all dr kuni. Could you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell us a little bit about why you wanted to write a book on hatshepsut. Sure thing my name's cara cooney. And i teach at ucla a professor ucla and didn't want to write a book on how i was actually approached by live agent. Who said you should write a book about hot chefs. It and i just thought why does this woman content me what is going on. Why does i done this. Tv show for discovery about hot chefs. That a couple of years. Before which i assume he had seen otherwise he wouldn't have asked me to write the book and academics like to stay in their own little niches their own. Little little boxes and he said i said i can't write a book about chefs and he's like why not and i said because i do. The nineteenth twentieth dynasty and hot chef is the each and the more. I thought about Silly that wasn't how we stick too much to our. Our work expected research and the more i thought about senile power. And how interesting it is that. This woman was able to surmount so many obstacles and able to climb to the very highest pinnacle of political authority. I thought okay yeah. I'll like to write this book. And i'd like to do it differently than anyone else senate before. Could you talk a little bit about the egyptian attitude toward women. Rulers general in how powerful women could come also sort of the available avenues to power for women the time ancient egypt is an unusual place. It's it's unique in the world in many ways It's a it's a giant oasis if you like and it's protected on all four sides geographically mediterranean sea to the north better on the other three sides cataracts down south. I mean it's just it's a place that can develop in a microcosm zone for thousands of years and it encourages a culture that enjoys status quo and continuity and doesn't like to have a lot of upheaval and coups and and they don't have to deal with a lot that because we have a culture that enjoys continuity they created a political system that given ice kinship beyond anything that that had ever been seen and arguably anywhere in the world it's it's more given ice kingship and then Perhaps any other system anywhere in the world and when you have a culture that is very interested in king solomon king falling king in the same family and the ad nauseam forever demonize if there's a problem with the succession the king is too young if there's an issue then because you have a culture that's really averse and interested in continuity they'll allow a woman to come to the throne to serve as regent for young king or in some cases to even as act as king in her right and more women were allowed to roll and come to the center of the wheel if you like in egypt than than any other place any other place in the world and so you can talk about women like hot chips that you can also talk about. How wall new talkers to some extent. You can talk about a woman named the coach. You can talk about. Cleopatra never tedi. There are many female names known from egypt and that is an anomaly that is that is unusual and different arrested the wall. We would love to hear some more details especially about the avenues through which these women could attain power. I know for instance in hot shoppes. Its case that there was a lot to do with religious avenues and being queen regent. So could you talk a little bit more about those avenues. Well it's it's an interesting things that the avenues to power are generally connected chew to king so woman acts in support of the kings first and then can catapult herself into power in her own right chefs its case. She was regent for a very very young king. And when i say young. I mean one. And a half years old two years old when they crowned him as probably chewing on his crook and flail and his crown wouldn't fit and they probably couldn't keep him on the throne for longer than a minute and he wasn't paying attention to anything probably couldn't really speak any of the incantations opposed to it was probably a pretty messy affair. She's the one in control and she was then at the age of sixteen Perhaps in control of egypt until he came of age which would have taken other fourteen fifteen sixteen years extraordinarily within that amount of time. She then used her ideological power. As egypt's highest priestess the guy's wife vomit to then catapult yourself into the kingship itself no other women had had different methods but no one will dj for as long as such upset with with as much power Systematized centralized power is chefs. It but other women like Like chris or so big no food. They came to power at the end of a dynasty when their father. The king was unable to sire son. For whatever reason there was only daughter left than they would allow A woman to be king and comes to throw in that way Another woman an effort. Td she came to the throne after the death of her husband cannot in. Perhaps there's a lot of arguments surrounding her kinship but she came to the throne into time extreme ideological crisis and she's holding onto the remnants of this tattered.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Rock is a scripted comedy. Podcast except gay and with black people so actually really not but it is about friends and musical sorta. But that's all the time we have been all the episodes now. An iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. This zanny and welcome to stuff on told your perspective. I heart radio. So today's question samantha. I very important to now of like the kind of classic stereotypical monsters. Which is the one that scared you the most scared me the most do ghosts count. Oh wow it. I was thinking. More of like the universal acres zoomed. But i don't think i ever really scared of any of those things because it seemed also caricaturists. Yeah that i never thought of it but to me goes could be real. That's like not the best example but like you know the idea that there's an unknown about death death in itself. Yeah it oh what happens after death who exists and whatnot and because also going in a very religious home people come back to life apparently raised from the dead. So that's what i assume. But i guess maybe the most scared of like vampires. Yeah but of course. I also had the girly like. Oh also sexy and romantic. Feel about them. Oh sure they mixed feelings on that. That's very confusing. Which are those monsters. I guess it depends certainly in a lot of these horror movies. They are right. So i guess because like the blair witch project stuff like that really scared the hell out of me. Oh yeah that was good stuff. What about you i agree. I think everyone has similar vein. Where like i always thought mummies. Were really kind of silly. Especially in older movies because technology they moved very slowly. Kind of fought was funny there. Adaptions of where wolves that really scared me. But in general they did in their adaptions of vampires. That really scared me. But in general they didn't and and if you do this but for a while growing up. I had this. I wouldn't call it an imaginary friend but it was like a nightmare that had that was recurring about this vampire named divine gar. I named him that because he smelled like vinegar. And if i saw in iger foot freak out it was a whole thing. Wow yeah yeah. Very detailed like perception of a monster. Oh yeah my friends who grew up with me. If i bought up buying are they would know who. I was talking about like one time. We tried to talk to him on the ouija board. And after that. I like through and i we board because it scared me so all right. Oh you played. I don't think i've ever played the war. Because i was scared of that. Yeah oh it scared me. It scared me good. But the classic episode. We wanted to bring back this one. No that kristen. Carolina did way back on the woman. Pharaoh named was an interview episode. And we want to bring it back because we just did our episode on one a feminist adventure action adventure movies of our time. The mummy the nineteen ninety nine. One which would be as i said that. I don't think the mummy scared. The bugs scared me right but definitely more frightening than the slow walking kind of bandage wrapped won the ride. Scared me more.

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How Desi Invented Television

Planet Money

05:26 min | 8 months ago

How Desi Invented Television

"Does he says was born in santiago cuba rich powerful family. He loves to joke about it on old talk shows here. He is on the tonight show with johnny carson. My father was the mayor of my hometown. My uncle was chief of police. We had that town prewar really. My great grandfather was appointed mayor of my hometown by queen. Isabella way gone. I'm sure is that always makes you laugh. But there was a revolution not the castro one the one before that and the arneses fled to miami. Miami in the thirties is growing hugely and a young desi tries his hand at theatre and music and movies. Eventually he becomes a popular bandleader as well. This is the preview of a new ban. And we're confident that in a very short time you'll be hearing a lot more about desi arnez and his orchestra not just hearing about them dancing to them. Desi arnez started the craze of the congo line. Boop boop boop of robert. This is a scene from the movie called. Too many girls in the ad for it literally goes to many girls film on the arcadio sound lot in nineteen forty and in this same a young gorgeous desi arnez is leading a line of dancers to the congo. Now robert i do not wanna overestimate how crazy nuts. This scene is. It looks like i dunno. Imagine a halftime super bowl. Dance number with congas fire jugglers trapeze artists studying. There's no such thing as too many congolese. now now. this is just the movie version. In our memoir. He talks about how he would be playing a gig and how a conga line with breakout out and go through eight or nine different clubs in south beach with a line stretching for blocks and blocks the movie too. Many girls is notable for another fact. A co starred this up and coming red-headed comedian lucille ball. Desi by the way didn't get the girl in the picture he's as the eye candy. Lucy ends up with somebody else but on the set of the movie but two of them hooked up fell in love and would eventually marry. They set their sights on a way to spend more time together. That's two people in love. Did they wanted to do. And this was pretty new at the time a television show. Now i wanna take a moment to tell you what. Tv was like before. I love lucy. It was pretty close to people being just a cardboard box with a cutout they do little plays facing one camera and at the time most television shows were live and broadcasts from new york so tv was sort of like radio but with pictures and just as ephemeral they had this technology called kinase co which was a way of sort of recording a video screen and it looked terrible. Grainy and most importantly it didn't last they used to record the shows alive in new york and then replay them via kim scope three hours later in california could barely see it on tiny. Tv sets and then it would disappear but doesn't really wanted to capture the magic from the movies they had done. They wanted to make tv shows as good as a hollywood movie and they didn't wanna move to new york but i they had to convince the t. v. executives. This is not going to surprise you but there were no interracial couples on tv. In the nineteen fifties. Lucille ball had a popular radio. Show with a white actor playing her husband and as deputy tells it the tv execs. Were like wait. A minute why you do a tv show with lucy and that guy. The husband and the radio show was richer then was a tall blonde brew. I vice president of a bank or sometimes you'll be able to get away with that part you know. Say who the hell is going to believe this Baba loo pharaohs. yeah cheap. it american girl you know. Yeah he ain't. Bob lou fellow and she certainly is not a typical american girl so dizzying lucy decide. Hey let's go out and prove it. So they went on tour across the united states remembered as e is a bandleader. And so at the end of the shows lucy would come out and do little skits dot com now in this famous scene. Lucie is dressed as a showgirl and she's singing so every time she goes boom sticky. Boom she swivels her hips and every time she does disease hat falls off. I laugh every single time and across the country people love the real crazy chemistry between two of them proves to the television executives and the network sponsors that yes

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Woman Accused of Starting Washington DC Fire in Oxon Hill That Displaced More Than 60 People

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Woman Accused of Starting Washington DC Fire in Oxon Hill That Displaced More Than 60 People

"Who lives in an Oxen Hill apartment building that caught fire on New Year's Day has now been arrested in charge with starting it by investigators later question. The suspect who admitted to starting the fire, Michael Eurasian, with Prince George's County, Fire and E. M s, says Qui Ana to Pharaoh faces more than 30 years in prison. If convicted. The fire left 65 people out of their homes and cause $2 million in damage to the building on Alice Avenue.

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Herbert Sets NFL Rookie Record, Los Angeles Chargers Clinch 30-27 Victory Over Raiders

America's First News

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Herbert Sets NFL Rookie Record, Los Angeles Chargers Clinch 30-27 Victory Over Raiders

"Brilliant rookie record setting season continues, he scored on a one yard plunge, giving the L. A Chargers 30 to 27 overtime victory over the Los Vegas Raiders that Thursday night, setting a rookie record with his three with this 7th 300 yard game. And you know, as 27 scores passing scores on the year that ties a Baker Mayfield, the record set in 2018 for the most by a rookie in NFL history. Las Vegas, meanwhile, dropping to seven and seven and lost quarterback Derek Carr to a left groin injury in the first quarter. Uh, Las Vegas has lost 45 all but killing its playoff chances. Raiders tight end Darren Waller. He did have a monster night again, even though it was on the losing, and he dedicated his performance to his former Baltimore Ravens teammate and close friend. Lorenzo. Tell a pharaoh.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Gather Moms

Gather Moms

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Gather Moms

"Give him milk. Okay now don't you wish that we could see inside the house when miriam comes back to jock bed. Oh her mother. Yes and you're not going to believe what happened. You're a nurse come with me. Yes and then literally the baby that she is just putting a basket. She's holding again in her arms. Yes and she gets to give him her mill guest watch over him. Yes yeah and similar to the story of hannah. It says that she weaned him. She kept him until he was weaned. And then she took him back to pharaoh's daughter and so we think that's about age three. Yeah again. I can't imagine that moment of having the let your child go away. You know the the beauty of this woman this birth mom as what we call her to her to go in the pharaoh's house is just amazing so he goes into pharaoh's house and it says that the he was named then so it's win. Pharaoh's daughter brings the baby into the house about h three that she names him moses. Okay so i don't know. Did he have a different name for that. To jack abed. Call him something different. I don't know. Okay all these questions. And i'm like i wish i had like four one. One jesus yeah two one one four one one nine one one call him up. Hey can you tell me jesus okay. So here's what i think is so amazing. We know moses now if you are familiar with the bible moses basically wrote the first five books of the bible and he leads the israelite people out of egypt from slavery and the promised land and this is god's chosen race like moses plays a huge part in this huge and so the idea that he would have been adopted when he had a birth. Mama would seem strange to ask. But i want to tell you what happens. Because he's in pharaoh's house for forty years. I want to tell you what happens while he's interferes house so obviously pharaohs daughters got to stand up for this kid. He is a foreign kid inside a fairus house. I'm not sure that anybody that houses looking at him kindly who are you. Why are you here. He has access to all the royal everything. The finest close the finest food the finest educators and so he was taught to speak and write the egyptian language correctly. Okay which we're thinking. What's the big deal on that. The bible's not written interception. But he wrote the first five of the bible with such beautiful writing uh-huh pharaoh's house would he have learned to be that kind of a writer just growing up in a hebrew home interesting. He had access to amazing education to learn to read and write. He was taught to speak it his education of also included a rhythmic and geometry. Which again we kind of think. Well what's the point in that. But y'all he led an entire nation a million people through the desert. Yes he was the sole dude in charge. Yeah that specialized education. God was able to use that in so many ways yes It also says it. He acquired a knowledge of the egyptian law. Remember he right. He wrote the mosaic law. Yeah so he was the not only the leader but the arbitrator. I mean the things that he learned in the egyptian house to me. It's like on the other side of the story. I'm looking at it going..

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"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

"And the fact that they can say she probably killed the fair. Yeah makes it much easier for the people to blame her. Cleopatra's treated as if she did all kinds of horrible things and that's the Romans telling us this. It's it's really hard to accept the story when all the blame was placed on the female because it happened so much in history and we know the female had nothing to do with it or very little or was in the wrong place the wrong time or like Jazz Avila at the Lions just an easy mark. I have to be careful with how Australia too. I don't know how far her ambition extended and for all we know I mean SIP. Tops was an inbred kid with a club foot. It's it's quite possible. The kid died an early death so at this point once again we know almost nothing about what is going on but this new challenger to the throne appears in southern Egypt. His name is set knocked and set knocked is it's challenging. Thomas vets thrown there are two texts that we we work with the Harris papyrus being one of them Britain potentially after his death so that makes it problematic as well and I mean after the death of Setina suggests that he took power and then pushed back back against Taiwa strap. Maybe took power in the south and then push back against her rule. I mean which seems to imply something more like a civil war in just a coup that this is a drawn out process where people are having to take sides and yes. I'm a north versus south thing it could oh be factions within the rams had family one son's family versus in other sons family it. Maybe an actual civil war going on between these two rulers Thomas Rhett in the north and set knocked in the south game might be another brother of SIPTAH and Seti. He might be a cousin or some relative who is using using bat to claim power. He might be a random military leader who has decided that he is going to be in charge. We don't now what happens. What eventually set knocked becomes the Pharaoh. our threat is removed. We don't know it's a war. We don't know if it's a coup. We don't know if it's an assassination. All we know is that he begins proclaiming himself emperor in the South Um and a few years later. Thomas Rhett is gone. Wow we don't even know she's dead or not. No no longer in power. We assume she said but that's the end of her story. That's all we know. She just disappears so powerless. Rat gets blamed for the end of the nineteenth dynasty and she is the last ruler of the nineteenth dynasty from then on. There's going to be tiny these short dynasties that are two or three generations but of course they never would have handed power to tell us right if there was any other option yeah. It's very easy to to blame the female and we still do this today and this is this is one reason I like to make Egyptology is relevant to the modern day as I possibly can because I see these things repeated. It's a still figured out. Why in my mind is cracked exactly why but it is so much easier to blame a female for the crisis rather than look at the crisis and say oh? That's why there's a female in power at all will say oh. They have the crisis because she's emotional. She's week. She's this. She's that they find. CRAXTON chinks in the in the female armor. The females win situation if she tries to masculine. Is They say oh. Why are you wearing that. If she tries to lower her voice you know she gets in trouble for that. The more she tries to act like a man the more problematic people signed her leadership. These are problems that I think we are. We are dealing with more overtly vertically than we ever have before and these women women like Taiwa still have a great tool to teach us on this score they will accept her as long long as she is ruling alongside Siptah but as soon as she begins to show ambition when she names herself Phero. It's utterly in yeah. That's when the guy from the south gains momentum yeah and his character any points out. This seems to be a recurring theme yeah and there's there's so so much sociological research on this to which I find really fascinating that we actually really like powerful women until the moment they begin to show ambition. Um in twenty-first-century. US You can watch the approval rates of women in power and they will be very high until the moment they announced they're running for something or they try to upgrade their position of power and they instantly tank interesting and we hate hate them when they show ambition but as soon as they for example win that office we like them again until they decide to run for something else that we we cannot cope with women showing ambition. It is so odd. It's baffling into me. She's not removed from monuments like hot. Chips at famously is awesome chipped off of monuments after she died she is erasing. Egypt doesn't usually go to that extreme what they will do is is just stopped talking about. We have to piece together these clues from people who don't want to use the name anymore and so you'll have oblique references princes to Thomas Rhett but nowhere is an official explanation given of what happened set knocked creates monuments proclaiming that he has bravely bravely rescued Egypt from false rulers. You does not name Thomas Rhett. He does not name by Gypsies. Don't like to mention they hate. I'm still like this about my ex husband actually mention him by name so he was like a code word for this for this guy set off the first King of Dynasty Twenty also talks about the ruler who was on the throne before in very vague terms in how that ruler had to be removed that must be towers and maybe by yeah but there's no way he would be referring to sipped off for example. The names are not given and the stories the details are not told you wouldn't want to legitimize them by referring to seven by naming and of course famously right having your name on your things on your mummy on your tomb is a really important part of how you maintain maintain your immortality. Oh yeah that you're immortality is linked to your name surviving on just your mummy surviving. You need to have your name on your stuff and on your body so take away their moving their name. You're removing their power so so in the end we don't really know who she was or what she did or why she did it or whatever and that's how we dipped. US history aw.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Of years after by is killed slashed removed from power the furrowed is we don't know how we don't know the details of this but just you know couple years. Later sipped is gone himself and guess who is king after this Taiwa stretch she takes the reins of Egypt into her Hanjin names herself as Queen King Ness suit a tomb in the Valley of the Kings who started for her as the grow wife and the Gaza by vomit and she has this redone for Kerr has now whether she killed him or not right. Everyone believes that she killed him. Oh boy it's very very easy for the people at this point to decide that clearly Thomas House version responsible for this right. He was sickly. He was sickly. It's it's very possible that he just die. That could have been like a disaster disaster for her. If she was sending being his region right she she may have overstepped in her ambition and got tired of of having to deal with this teenage boy taking him out or she may have been utterly horrified when he died and left her are in the position to take the blame and sense females are never allowed to be pharaohs that would take some serious outside the box thinking if she's GonNa kill him to try to take over herself exactly ever happened. Women know that they have after rule differently. I'm chair of my department at UCLA the Department of Near Eastern Languages and cultures and I know that I can't go around and just tell people what to do in a particular way. I know that I have to couch a certain way. I know that I can't push it too far. I know I have to do it with a smile and I'm not trying to oversimplify. Just this know how I am perceived and I know that my gender colors so much of what I do tell. Washer must've known the scene so for her. They just go out and have SIPTAH. Murdered seems rather foolhardy. When she's the one that's probably pulling all the strings anyway. She has to know that the people are not. GonNa put up with this and of course they don't so she declares herself Farrow and starts. It's putting her name as Pharaoh on monuments which might be a point in favor of her getting ambitious and deciding to remove Siptah but it might also there'll be a sign that she's just is scrambling to try to figure out what to do because there's nobody left. This is the end of the dynasty dynasty and she suddenly has dropped in her lap the responsibility to keep things together when the whole world is falling apart because all of Europe at this point is falling apart huge mass migrations of people are coming from all of the neighboring areas to northern Africa trying to survive this completely destabilizes this Egypt. There are tens of thousands of people pouring in that this country has no idea how to receive and contain an integrates. It's time periods of migration and massive social change bring up the worst in people the most fear the most St humanisation of the other the most cruelty to keep people out the bronze age collapse it used to be just isolated scholars seeing families crises in different places but not connecting them all together and it's still really controversial. They might be all connected. It might be coincidence. We don't really you know what caused it still working out. What on Earth happened. We see that the Mycenaean abandoned their cities. That's all we know we. You don't know where they went. We can't find the evidence of where they ended up. They could've died it could have been the eruption of all Keno like we just don't know and even sometimes fees see people get mentioned in records. We have no idea who they are for came from. It's awesome it abyss huge mystery that caused the collapse of every civilization in Eurasia and we don't know what triggered it all of it. It's crazy bunkers so whoever they are and wherever they're from we have this massive influx of people flooding into each during this one thousand nine hundred dynasty and Egypt equipped to handle this especially. The Rams had rulers. There's are not equipped to handle this which is hilarious because the rams had rulers are not Egyptian and you could even say that the rams said Family itself owes itself to the Bronze Age collapsed the RAMS CID's and this is this is coming from an article that I'm writing right now and work with one of my graduate students suit stand y'all Candelora who planted this idea in my mind. The Rams are like Hicks O.'s part too if you know anything about the Hickson these are people of the Levant who took over Egypt as foreign kings the delta at least during the second intermediate period around seventeen seventeen hundred BC e fourteen fifteen sixteen dynasties and we've talked about them as he's foreign Lebanon kings read very different tribal structures of rule. What's et Cetera well. Ramsey's the I was probably a mercenary whose family came from Canaan. He's an eastern in Delta Guide and they're essentially a bunch of foreign mercenary immigrants. These men come into Egypt as as mercenaries as immigrants immigrants on the back foot but they're scrappy and they work their way forward and they settle in the Delta this family and eventually that military power in this time period of upheaval evil and invasion from the sea peoples and constant migrations of what are we gonNA do now on the military gets stronger and the mercenaries take the power and so the family from the Levant aunt settled in the Eastern. Delta takes power so again in the middle of all this military competition its the most unexpected time for a woman to be put in power yeah so probably she is a puppet but if she's a puppet whose puppet and who takes over the she it kicked by out. Is someone else pulling the strings of everyone behind the scenes. We have no idea we just can't know and it's so fascinating. There's a different puppet master who killed by and who killed the Boy Pharaoh. There could be someone who is smart enough not to put themselves loves. Hatton monuments or is buys ingrained sexism and unwillingness to see her as a worthy adversary Mary what brings him down these harassed this disposable manipulable Papa and cannot see her moving behind the scenes to remove him coal rule. It's completely possible that he puts her in as a placeholder and then she finds a way to push back. I like that version. I choose that version choose. The version starts out as a totally innocent clueless puppet and then she steps into her power and she outs evil vilify and she's all set to rule with this boy king and then he dies and then he is yeah then now. What does she do right but I don't want to remove ambition as a possibility from the female just because she's a female. I don't want to oversimplify the gender to such an extreme extreme so whether she did or not it doesn't really matter yeah because society thought she had and this is the perfect excuse to remove her from power. This is especially important because Egypt really dislikes removing pharaohs from power they will put up with a lot of chaos from pharaoh because of this really deeply held belief that the gods have decided who is in charge of the most famous example being that the fair the heretic King Yeah completely turns Egyptian in society upside-down. Care Kuni points the the best example for you know. Western history is probably Henry the eighth if we look to for the most aspirant Egyptian male ruler before Tomas Right I think we could go back to dynasty eighteen and look at a man who changed the religious system at its core for kind of a Henry the eighth of ancient Egypt but probably with a lot more religious conviction who closed temples diverted funds and took treasures and took all of the gods statues Scott choose into his own hands and use them to fund his regime right new options called him a heretic after his death but he ruled for seventeen a years and he was able to install his wife never td on the throw next to him and it seems that Never TV was able to act as king after his death. So it's an interesting comparison. Harrison you make because this man was ripping Egypt of heart at its core and yet he was allowed to do it and the fact he was a man. I must believe as a part of that story. The people let it happen because he's the feral because he's the Pharaoh but the fact that she's she's a woman.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Power at the time so this time period is marked by wild infighting scandals from behind the scenes. Yeah I kind of think of it as traditionally or in the grand scheme of things this is the time period when Egypt starts to fall apart right yeah the the idea of these very long dynasties where you have hundreds and hundreds of years of one family ruling that stops here the sort sort of the last long dynasty and everything starts to fall apart and Thomas Rhett sees out this dynasty yeah. She is the last one and this often happens that. A woman is the last one who depending on your perspective destroys a dynasty or or gets the crisis dumped on her and then blamed for oh because it's only when you are just truly deep been crisis that you'll accept a woman ruler right yeah so this rejection of female authority and power this time makes it even even more unusual that tower threat will end up in power but how does she get there well. She is a wife. She's in the background. She doesn't seem to produce any children or at least children that live and so when said he the second dies she should just fade away right somehow she ends up standing as regent essentially for for the next king who is a young boy named Siptah who is no relation to her at all. She's not his mother. She's not his sister. She's nobody so. How does she get here right. Then you see how Australia acting you alongside the next king she's not his queen. She's not his mother but she is labeled. As mistress of the two lands alongside this boy it King Siptah Siptah whose mommy we have found seems to have been a sickly king he actually it's like dis just a few years later his body shows that he was quite young at the age of his death which means that he was quite young during his kingship and so it seems that Hawass rod and was there as his regent fairly quickly after we start seeing towers and Siptah together together on monuments as the rulers we have the addition of a random strange man named by to be a wife so it looks like babe you pronounce it by Kay who is a chancellor. His origins are very very murky. It's not clear he may have been Syrian and not Egyptian. His name. Actually has a Semitic tone origin to it and there's much egyptological discussion on that score start showing himself on full scale with to- Wasserman and with Siptah so you actually have have this weird triumvirate power two of the people with informal power one of them with formal power but the king with floral power is child doesn't seem to be exercising exercising much actual power and then all of a sudden this chancellor dude this by is depicted all over the place in a way that shows that he he has great power on equal footing with the king equal size and stature is the king and all of these reliefs. Something is going on Uh Siptah. The Pharaoh is young. He is sickly. He seems to possibly have cerebral palsy and he has a club foot and so you can see why this boy may have needed a regent but the selection of Tawaf threat for this is bizarre yeah yeah and there's no explanation given because this is a public monument. The general belief now is that by this chancellor is deeply ambitious and trying to place himself in power and using to wash threat to get himself affair that she is the puppet he can use her as a royal female whereby has no standing whatsoever to be in charge yeah but wouldn't it make sense if he was choosing a puppet wouldn't choose a more a less controversial puppet. It's so hard to know right because we just we have no records. We have no information at all about what was going on side. She may have been deeply popular. Maybe smart yeah. We don't know maybe they were in love. Maybe she was super easily manipulated and he decided hey that one will be easy and only certain power yeah now. Let's pause for word from our sponsor. 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There's a place called Daryl Medina which is an artisans village out in Western thebes housed the workmen artisans and their families of the the men who built and decorated the tombs in the Valley of the Kings in the valley of the Queens and these men were literate and they wrote down all kinds of things about their daily lives. We have divorced documents seats. We have all kinds of information about them and I've actually devoted a huge part of my career to this village of during the nineteenth the twentieth dynasty village out in the middle of the Desert Ireland survives. It's like a perfect preservation Holland's and from this place one text just recently discovered the last fifteen years says that the enemy has been killed that Siptah the king has killed five and his name and he's named is being removed from power so we see that by was thought of as transgressive aggressive as aberrant in his own power grab. 'EM that the king had to remove him from power. Wow so this is. It's a very exciting turn of events. The king has killed the chancellor. There's a problem now. We also know we have the money of SIPTAH. We know how old he was when he died. We know what it needs to be a a young king and the nine year old son myself and let's imagine and I fight all of your listeners who have fourteen year old sons in the house to thank how strategic they're able to be and if they would be able to put together a coup against their puppet master pulling their strengths. I'm not so sure they'd be able to do it alone and I think they would need help and it seems that Taiwa stret- This is all circumstantial argument. This is all working from just the tiniest little fragments tiniest little pieces of the puzzle when we only have ten percent of the pieces but it seems teams that tell Wasser must've been and she's definitely the one who benefits because now she is is alone in charge with this so she's got the means and the motive in this is all speculation but it's informed speculation and it's the best we can do so maybe Thomas Rhett has grown. I'm tired of being a puppet and decided to take over. I like it. Maybe she was never a puppet at all yeah. Maybe he was the one in charge. Maybe maybe he was her puppet. We can't know and that's the fun part but whatever plan may have been something goes was wrong..

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"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on What'sHerName

"By girls can create girls can create is a unique subscription box inspiring girls to believe that they can be and do anything how do they do it like like us. Girls can create believes that real women make the best heroes and every month they deliver to your doorstep. ooh I Katie I love you so today. We are going and to my very favorite place. ooh. My very favorite time in the history of the world six exciting. Can you Guess Rover going okay. So are we talking about your very favorite place. Since childhood sin Yes lake ask ever posters on your wall and books on your okay yes ancient Egypt and we are going to talk about one of the only women to rule ancient Egypt Pharaoh nefer tiete wait now. She's too famous. Yeah no not never TEDI okay. Hot ship suits no good guess okay I got nothin'. We are GonNA talk about it. say that again the wildly famous yeah email fair l'esprit no actually say it again. I can't Taiwa threat or people who may have seen it as toast. Threat Toss Red Tooth threat because in hieroglyphics of course they write the vowels yeah so we actually have no idea what any Egyptian words it's sounded like or what roles they used and we kind of change our minds every few decades. We're going to pronounce but I like Tomas Threat. Talk to us about what we're doing T. T. A. W. O. S. R. E. T. Okay to us right never heard of her. You are not alone. Muslim people have never heard of her those people who have heard of her. It's very likely because I've a woman named Cara Kuni. She's a a wildly popular egyptologist with a huge social media following really Hereto book called when women ruled the world and to us is in that book call so gave her a call as you do has you do this is being extremely cool and not at all fan girling over my favorite Egyptologists. I just want everyone to be clear. My name is Cara Kuni. I'm an Egyptologist at Ucla Care Kuni is also the author of a fantastic book on ships. It called the woman who would be king. Call is one of the most neglected stories from ancient Egypt and to me. She's one of the most fascinating ones her story might be a story of ambition and regicide and deeply flawed strategic thinking it might be one of an obscure woman used as a puppet by a powerful man or it might be both hot on so in this episode. We're GONNA dig into the possibilities cool. I'm Olivia Nickel and I'm Katy Nelson and this is what's name fascinating women. You've never heard of so. We're going back to eleven hundred. BC Okay so that's new kingdom Egypt yet. This is the Ramaphosa period so Ramsey's what a lot of people think of as sort of UH golden age of Egypt the Great Service Okay so first. We need to explain the stories of anyone from ancient Egypt are very hard to tell Egypt kept it secrets very close to the vest and they did not make any public references to anything anything that might tarnish the shine of the court of the Pharaoh of the King you let out the kind of rail politique. It's happening any behind the scenes that will get you nothing but dead or threaten your entire family and so you don't write it down. It's going to help you. You May verbalize it me talk about it and that's why we end up having to tell this history through circumstantial argument of who was raised from this temple and who was putting their place whose name was added over the cartoonish whose tumors humus changed and all the comes an exercise of trying to remove the veils of the perfected story. Egyptians are telling us you are not going to allow any hint that there is drama behind the scene now yeah so most of what we have to go often is just this very strict propaganda in public narrative that is posted on monuments that is posted on temples. I'm not sure had to tell you how shocked I was when I had finished my phd when I realize that I was studying an authoritarian. Dan Almost totalitarian type regime that I had to look at them with that jaundiced of an eye before that period I had really drunk the egyptological logical kool-aid celebrating people and beautiful things and all that they had created now I look with with much more of a side ice action figure out what's going on and it's opened up to history for me in a in a new way and it's astounding to me to read the Egyptologist talent who just believed the state narrative so egyptologists have two choices they can accept that public narrative and just go with what is written written or we can speculate with the Info that we do have. That's more fun. We're going to speculate hey in the public. Record of two Washer at story is so limited that we don't even know where she came from or when she enters her husband spend was the pharaoh Seti the second he became the Pharaoh when he was very old. His father just refused to die and carried on until study was quite elderly when he finally became the feral. I watched her story is really tough to tell because you don't even know when she first shows up except that she's queen of Seti the second but said he the second has another queen a and by Queen I mean great royal wife which is a very particular Egypt title which connotes the the first queen in the Harem. If you like Blake being I dunno I cello orchestra. She's the one that gets to rule every and to have two great royal wives as aboriginal. It's strange so that that already speaks to something going on. He's supposed to make more kids after he becomes the Pharaoh because those kids kids are more likely to carry on so presumably said he's wife is also quite old so said he takes a second great royal wife and this is where Thomas Rhett enters. She is this new young wife who is brought into the court. She seems to be a nobody. She's not a daughter or a sister of looking. She's not daughter sister of the previous king right yeah the Farrow's are today renowned for sometimes marrying their sisters and daughters right. Yes mostly marrying their sisters and daughters. Yes for a long period of time. It's actually a really clever way to consolidate power within the family. Really you're not marrying out. You're not allying yourself to other families and increasing their power and prestige right but of course there are problems with that. It's a tricky balance because in dynasty eighteen when you have so much female power you also have incest which weakens the dynasty because the more power you give to a king's daughter. King's sister the more they're marrying the king in the more they're having children with the king then the more those offspring ringer chosen to be the next king and then you have to comment was the product of Insys you have hardships at herself who's probably the product of incest but her daughter nephew certainly the product of incest and while this keeps power within the family very securely it creates a long term problem for that mm-hmm in terms of genetic health right and the ancient. Egyptians knew this. Everybody knew this helped animals procreates. People knew what it meant to breed read with relatives and what the problems beat the rams did period you don't have that kind of inbreeding in the family but then you lose the king's greatest protector the king's greatest protector is in many ways a strong and powerful female all of her agendas wrapped up with his easyjet and she can't take power as king very easily so it's it's less of a threat to him so in some ways when the rams says push that female power away they're pushing their greatest protector away. Maybe then it's fitting that at the end of the nineteen ninety in the middle of that civil war you see female power cropping clean up again when Egypt's crisis is the greatest is often when you see the female power coming to the but this time period this ramesses period. They really start to reject that idea. They're wary of female power. It reduces the problems with of course inbreeding but it also creates a huge problem politically for the pharaohs and for their families because suddenly all of these other outside people have accessed power our ways that they haven't before. Ramseys also makes the mistake of allowing his sons his extra sons who aren't the air you're to announce who they are to sort of be out in society and announcing. I am the king's Son I am very big and important and that's never happened before it. Extra sons are just sort of blended in to society and they don't get a role and they don't get to announce their identity and be seen as important so suddenly have all of these princes for lack of a better term who are out there competing with one another and vying vying for power and vying for authority and mercy's in society that's hugely dangerous for the people who actually hold the.

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"pharaoh" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast

"That pharaoh was scientific the beauty of having scientists work on your show how long was because they had a secret language language hidden around the show as well and it was i think it has the countless episodes i got like little like luca. Danni ages for people to actually actually translate it. It's the language you see some of the slim and yellow and the advertisements daily language with people like it was a made up language which by the futurama team but people actually were able to translate it the alphabet what they use and then people just went took the outbid okay a an okay. This is this i think actually did actually release it alphabet all of it because i remember them actually releasing an alphabet. I'm pretty sure people translated without it alphabet and then they actually released the album dedicated in that incident autism is i think of someone actually doing that. That was the hunter hunted series where it had its own language and basically fans actually tested the awful by sending because what they read invokes of how the characters told they still talk to each other in japanese obviously the hell the arms and everything how they say what it is. People actually wrote back letters in that language to the ofa la yes correct. That's exactly what this means that i translated. She'll just commentaries all talking about the the the the spaceship itself the planet express ship. There's people that have blueprints online and say oh yeah you know the spaceship looks and whatnot and whenever they changed something in the spaceship ship they get really mad. That doesn't surprise me. One shot of likes the kagera in the wrong direction made no sense something like the please like spec it easily say well. It gets smashed. Overtired gets completely trashed. Just be night completely trashed the bobble. It's the same logic simpson houses like some mischief doors. Sometimes it's a basement sometimes closet. Just people need to get it over that guy from that from either from the living room all in the kitchen. Thanks for the future. Sometimes it's way to guard should be but it's gonna go straight into one episode ii into because i always remember the episode way by mill house state in the tree house legal fight right and hamas sydney and cozy to the side was the door that he usually went down to fool the garage but then he goes into one pot goes state into the garage instead. Hey wait a minute minute not know that they have garage. They have a basement and they also have a. I haven't adding somehow and they have a <hes> so the one on the side is actually a hurricane thing. Well said that that's a separate thing from the basement basement. It's just an outside access. He's now. I think it's a separate room. Actually it looks. It looks different. F._o._l._s. shelter yet another one yeah. I believe it was a separate room. I think this one room in simpson's tested of that's only been used once in the entire series <hes> it's it's the episode where <hes> the kids are in the tree house and the storms blowing home is looking at the window. I'll check on the boys. See if the findings season findings define that even the blueprints prince of the house and that's the only time it's dedicated room. Has it been begging. You don't see them ever again. It was a guy so way coming up to the two hour mark by the way so i think what we should do is not mention disenchantment. Talk talk about tranche yeah but i think this is actually good spot to end our show today. It's already alley two hours to say <unk> out. Just get some last little thing come in full. If we're gonna talk about anything else i say this to you simpson video game people. Let's talk about him. <hes> it's the simpsons arcade game by konami. Oh yeah that's a nominal as it is at play with friends and everything else like that and really fun game played on the tom tom sawyer again because of develop hasn't copyright issues. I haven't had a release originating outside that another one is for another good simpson game. We're not gonna talk about the game terrible experience i own <hes> bought versus space mutants and it was not good. It was a pretty bad pretty terrible has no directions <hes> understanding of any field that even in the manual then tell you exactly how the game but the one i would recommend commend for simpson fans to check out is the simpson hit and run series. They really good really good <unk>. Well everyone kind of ripped up other open the game before g._t._e. <unk> shut up by the next part comes out of the references that happened in that <hes> from the shelter. The gameboy advance game is actually used as seven graphics the f. zero and sexual springfield. That's that's cool yeah. Please take truck crazy taxi. That's what the game that loyd pants one and actually play on the game and it's a fool probably like a free tiago will just driving random coup another <unk>. A substantial sabino is recommended that one game is simpson hitting on. I would actually say <unk> the simpsons game of what it was cold that was done by nerissa announcement lunches all would immediately say is actually a pretty decent beat them up on a lot of old classics simpson references other recruiters for added thing including one rockstar <unk> masuda amazing pot they had of the side of game code. One game called grand theft scratchy. You had basically they're like no sound too much like grandpa or oh. You can't do that interview. Even though it's in a setting button itchy scratchy said there's actually a pop where they actually go into the video game world where homer and lisa become pok mon trainings the pokemon battles and stuff and the actually fight against like oh we're going through the fighting games section is actually glides. The japanese guys in karate's conduct defeat off eyeballs. Ooh ooh yeah. It's actually a pretty fun game. I would say okay and the last level the two loss pots of simpson's running today eight a bit earlier versions of themselves in like look look like block garbage in the the blocking budge. I'm march and then the end way you go <hes> to heaven basically and you run into god and he's just like all you gotta be regarded. Gaming office is wrong on just regular god. We'll right is the god of gaming. The the only simpson's game bite up is the simpson's case won't get which is awesome add simpson and ron. I ought to another simpsons game today. 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"pharaoh" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"pharaoh" Discussed on Giants of History

"From what we can tell they all spoke greek never bothering to learn the language of the people that they ruled over and this might not be the best analogy but it will get the point across here that would be like the united states having a president that didn't speak english but clear patrick changed all that she was the first farrow and ferro is just another word for king or queen essentially but she was the first to pharaoh in three hundred years to learn egyptian and this of course played a large role in her endearment to the people of egypt who had for centuries resented being ruled by foreigners who didn't even bother to learn their language cleopatra didn't stop there though as it is said that cleopatra could speak nine languages some say more all of which she learned out of strategic ambition she was a cunning linguist as the old joke goes and if you don't get that one look it up and speaking of the pharaohs of ancient egypt there were approximately a hundred and seventy feroz total that ruled ancient egypt throughout its long and storied history that's the number one hundred and seventy think about all the times you heard the word ferro and all that you associate with the word ferro will love the approximate 100 in seventy that ruled over egypt cleopatra was the last pharaoh now some historians and scholars might argue this point and this could be posed as a trick question at a dinner party or something but some historians will say there was one pharaoh after cleopatra and the reason they would say this is because famously cleopatra had a son with julius caesar whose name was to syrian or son of cesar now unclear patrick died on august twelfth in thirty b c e her son says syrian inherited her thrown as the sole ruler of egypt.

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