Moevenpick Hotel & Casino Cairo-Media City
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... pyramid is only a meter or 2 smaller than his fathers but built on slightly higher ground to make it appear larger! The third and smallest of the great pyramids, is Kafra's sons (therefore Khufu's grandson) Menkaure's (Mikerinos). I can not describe the feeling of standing beside these amazing feats of construction and actually placing my hand on the stones. We climbed up a small ways on the pyramid but did not enter as they have been ...
... word is very threatening. It is all our fault. Natural disaster are even worse, for example, how we drill so much oil, makes the plates not stick together as well so we have more earthquakes. More than the world being threatening, we are threatening, we create so many chemicals, abuse, etc. ...
... month and I hope to see many of my kids participate. We also talked about what peace means and if it was really necessary to fight or wage war. They, like kids all over the world, were sensitive to the plight of those affected by war; their own country in turmoil.
I watched a video the other day, and a mystic from India made the statement that if 25 of the top leaders would change their mental state by one percent - just one percent, he believed we could ...
... Apophis - was represented as a snake, was the snake enemy of Ra which had to be defeated during the darkest part of the night
Hathor - the great mother was represented as a woman with a disk and horns on her head, she was the cow goddess of the sky, goddess of love, music, beauty and joy; greeter to the hereafter; wife of Horus
Horus - was represented as a man with a falcon head, was the guide of the hereafter, protector and guide in ...
... lifted into place to construct this edifice.
The average pyramid block weighs 2.5 tons. Many weigh more. Lifting tens of thousands of such blocks and fitting them so precisely would be a huge job even today. In Egypt of 2600 BC, the wheel did not exist. The block & tackle did not exist. Without either, lifting huge blocks –some to a height of 341 feet on the Red Pyramid - is almost impossible to imagine. The power to move objects came ...