First light through the ancient pillars of Karnak Temple 🏛✨
Karnak Temple is the largest temple in Egypt built around 2055BC, and is also the second largest in the world 🌍 Everything we have experienced so far has made me speechless. Nothing can compare to the history of this awe inspiring country 🇪🇬 @traveltalktours#traveltalkegypt#traveltalktours
Mind Unto Hermes
Hear then, My child, how stands God and All:
God; Aeon; Cosmos; Time; Becoming.
God makes Aeon; Aeon, Cosmos; Cosmos, Time; and Time, Becoming or Genesis.
The Good - the Beautiful, Wisdom, Blessedness - is the essence, as it were, of God; of Aeon, the essence is Sameness; of Cosmos, Order; of Time, Change; and of Becoming, Life and Death.
The energies of God are Mind and Soul; of Aeon, lastingness and deathlessness; of Cosmos, restoration and the opposite thereof; of Time, increase and decrease; and of Becoming, quality.
Aeon is, then, in God; Cosmos, in Aeon; in Cosmos; Time; in Time, Becoming.
Aeon stands firm round God; Cosmos is moved in Aeon; Time has its limits or is accomplished in the Cosmos; Becoming does become in Time.
The source of all is God; their essence, Aeon; their matter, Cosmos.
God’s power is Aeon; Aeon’s work is Cosmos - which never has become, yet ever does become by Aeon.
Therefore will Cosmos never be destroyed, for Aeon’s indestructible; nor does any portion of things in Cosmos perish, for Cosmos is enwrapped by Aeon round on every side.
Art: ‘The Vision of Hermes Trismegistus’ by Johfra Bosschart ( #JohfraBosschart )
A daughter of Akhenaten (r. 1353–1335 BCE) and Queen Nefertiti, she was born to the royal family in the city of 'Amarna. Ankhesenamon was married to Tut'ankhamun and became queen when he succeeded Smenkharéin 1333 BCE. The royal couple ruled only 10 years. Tut'ankhamun was eight years old when he took the throne and Ankhesenamon was 13. At ‘Amarna she was called Ankhesenpa'aten. During her marriage to Tut'ankhamun, she gave birth to two stillborn babies who were buried with the young pharaoh.
The man chosen to succeed Tut'ankhamun was Aya, who was master of horse in Thebes. Ankhesenamon was given to Aya as his bride. Together, they assumed the throne before Tut'ankhamun was buried. Some question has been raised as to the possibility that Aya was the father of Nefertiti, which would have made him Ankhesenamon’s grandfather. Aya died in 1319 BC, but Ankhesenamon disappeared before his death.
I try this again since I didn't finish this on fb.... Day 1 of 10 of the #martialartschallenge
Every day (for 10 days), I will select an image from a day in the life of martial arts that has had an impact on me, or been a memorable moment and post it without a single explanation.That's 10 days, 10 martial arts photos, 0 nominations, 0 explanations. Be active, be positive, be passionate. Help martial arts grow.
Happy Monday! I'm on a quest to get better with my Spanish in doing so I didn't know I freaking sound like BLOOMBERG DUDE WTF!? I warn you DON'T LAUGH AT ME Link down below