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Pagan Holiday Cornucopia 2016 By Beewine Press
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Every so often I see someone saying they want to know about "all the pagan holidays" and that is sort of a lot, but here's a crack at some of them. Calendar contains: The Wheel of the... More > Year (which includes druidic and the insular Celtic fire festivals); an Asatru basic calendar; a Russian recon calendar; Roman festivals (I seriously do not know enough about the Religio Romana to trim this down, how many festivals do all y'all need anyway?); Hellenic festivals (the Attic calendar); Canaanite festivals; Kemetic / Egyptian festivals; Thelemite festivals; Discordian holydays; some Mithraic stuff for good measure. Art is picked to correspond to things happening in the relevant month. Have fun figuring out which bits go where! Solstices and lunar phases are marked according to UTC.< Less
Kemetic RItual Calendar 2016 By Beewine Press
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A Kemetic festival calendar for the calendar year 2016, using the holiday calendar as worked out by Kiya Nicoll. Goals for the calendar included a decent selection of significant holidays to which... More > people can add their own observances if desired, without overloading the average person with Entirely Too Much To Celebrate. Lunar festivals are based on UTC and with the month starting from the new moon in the relevant civil month, which means that Opet is WAY LATE in 2016. Contains photographs of ancient artwork which include archaeological nudity. All photography used under relevant Creative Commons licenses.< Less
Wonders of Ancient Egypt By Alan MNab
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Photos showing many of the historical wonders of Ancient Egypt including the pyramids and temples of Hatshepsut and Ramesses II. All photos were taken in July 2009 during a holiday.
Hidden Luxor By Jane Akshar
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Want to get more out of your Egyptian holiday or Nile cruise then you need this guide to Luxor. You have done the Karnak, Valley of Kings, Valley of Queens & temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el... More > Bahri and you have another week, what is there to see in Luxor? Jane takes you to her Hidden Luxor, all the place you didn’t know existed. Tombs and temples no one goes to. The temple of Karnak is the largest religious site in the world and now you can explore it all. The White Chapel of Senusret I in the Open Air Museum is the most beautiful object in Egypt, easily rivalling the tomb of Seti I or Nefertari. Want to know where to find it and others like the Botanical Room or tombs of the Nobles like Senenmut or Ramose where you can see decoration done during the reign of the heretic Pharaoh Akhenaton removed by the vengeful priests of Amun. Explore the battles of Ramses the Great at the Ramasseum site of the famous Shelly poem about Ramses II. Jane helps you enjoy ALL Luxor has to offer.< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less
In The Beginning - How We Came To Be On Earth By S. Matthew S.
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A family with two children has invited friends and family over for a holiday. Throughout the event the guests get into discussions about their beliefs with religion, evolution, and... More > extraterrestrials. The children become curious with the ideas presented and wonder why the guests get so upset with each other throughout their discussions. After the guests have gone home the parents have no choice but to answer the numerous questions their children have. They do this by telling 3 unbiased stories, using actual information provided about religion, evolution, and potential extraterrestrial origins.< Less
In The Beginning - How We Came To Be On Earth By S. Matthew S.
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A family with two children has invited friends and family over for a holiday. Throughout the event the guests get into discussions about their beliefs with religion, evolution, and... More > extraterrestrials. The children become curious with the ideas presented and wonder why the guests get so upset with each other throughout their discussions. After the guests have gone home the parents have no choice but to answer the numerous questions their children have. They do this by telling 3 unbiased stories, using actual information provided about religion, evolution, and potential extraterrestrial origins.< Less
One Way Journey By Dean Whitbread
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As events reveal more about himself than he bargained for, an Englishman's spontaneous midwinter break in the Egyptian Red Sea with two beautiful Russian strangers produces an unexpected Christmas... More > gift.< Less
One Way Journey By Dean Whitbread
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As events reveal more about himself than he bargained for, an Englishman's spontaneous midwinter break in the Egyptian Red Sea with two beautiful Russian strangers produces an unexpected Christmas... More > gift.< Less