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Gridded sketch for an artist - Egypt, ~1479–1458 B.C.E.

Join us this week for a discussion about "The Perfect Cubit"! What is it? Was it real? It's an interesting discussion which relates to the physical building of Solomon's Temple. We also have Ill. Bro. Steven L. Harrison, who stops by for The Masonic Minute and we wrap it up with another piece and a famous Freemason. App extras include the paper we read as well as a Masonic wallpaper for your mobile device. Thanks for listening and have a stupendous week! Stay Warm!

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Painted wooden figure of Ptah-Sokar-Osiris From the burial of Hornedjitef, Thebes, Egypt Ptolemaic Period, around 220 BC. © Trustees of the British Museum

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Sketch of a dancer - Limestone painted. New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX (ca. 1200 BC)

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Everything they teach about Egypt in most schools is distorted. The people of Egypt called their country Kemet not Egypt. Kemet means black land. Egypt is a Greek concept. Egypt is derived from the Greek word Aegyptos. The greeks called the kemetians language hieroglyphs, but the people of Kemet called their language Medu Neter. Even the names we learn of the gods are wrong.

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Menat (counterpoise) - Necklace with Queen Tiye as the goddess Hathor - 1390–1352 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Wild Bull Hunt Scarab of Amenhotep III. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III

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Black Woman Holding Beauty Implements Egypt (19th Dynasty; 1292-1187 B.C.E.) Oxford, the Ashmolean Museum, Department of Antiquities

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