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Looking for Little Egypt By Donna Carlton
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Little Egypt was a pre-Hollywood sex symbol. She was created by & personified the Western obsession for the exotic. She was born in an age when showmen, in deliberate Barnum-esque fashion, outdid... More > each other to manipulate the press & mislead the public by fabricating larger-than-life personalities. More than 27 million people came to Chicago in 1893 to tour the great World’s Colombian Exposition, & many of them delighted in the “dancing girls” of the Egyptian theatre. One such dancer, known professionally as “Little Egypt,” found notoriety through her involvement in a spicy scandal. Was there any truth to the stories circulated about Little Egypt, or was it just sideshow spiel? Why were so many different woman later proclaimed as “the original” Little Egypt? Carefully researched & lavishly illustrated, Looking for Little Egypt also documents the Oriental exhibits at the 1893 fair, providing a detailed look at entertainers who fascinated-and scandalized-audiences of the day.< Less
Set, Beset By Anand Madhu
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In his voluminous writings, J R R Tolkien speaks about the mysterious kingdom of Numenor. Working on a hunch, I compared his account of Numenor to ancient Egypt, and found a perfect match. The story... More > of Numenor, which looks meaningless by itself, was, when decrypted, found to be the encoded history of ancient Egypt! Putting the little data that is available here and there (archaeology, Egyptology, decrypted Tolkien etc.), the remarkable story of what went on in the courts of the Egyptian kings has been found, and it is a grand story which everyone should know, the story of Egypt, the story of its Gods and Kings (who were actually Kings of all Midgard, not just the Kings of Egypt).< Less
Off to see the Wizard (play) By Dapo V. Akers
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Little Kemet was a peaceful city located in central Virginia. Since the city was founded by Africans who had come to America during the 1940’s in search of a better life for themselves and... More > their families, a lot of African American flocked there in search of their heritage. Statues of the great pharaohs that once ruled over ancient Egypt, pyramids and obelisks lined its streets to give it the look of ancient Egypt. However, when Rodney(the Wizard) Bolden moved to town he brought hell with him. This once God fearing city became filled with all sorts of ungodliness. Drugs, prostitution and violence now controlled the city. The Wizard had half of the police force and nearly all of the court officials on his payroll so prosecuting him for his crimes was out of the question. After losing his mother and brother by the hand of the evil Wizard, Osiris decided it was up to him to restore the city to its original beauty. In order to accomplish this he went, “Off to See the Wizard.”< Less

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