Channeling the Magic of Ptah and Sekhmet at Karnak Temple

Channeling the Magic of Ptah and Sekhmet at Karnak Temple

The Ptah Temple at Karnak – where the spooky Sekhmet statue stands in her shrine. Laura stands beside headless granite statue of god Ptah at Ptah Temple, Karnak By Laura Ranieri Roy Hidden in a remote area of Karnak Temple, the Ptah Temple precinct holds magical...
Queen Elizabeth & Ancient Egypt’s Greatest Pharaohs

Queen Elizabeth & Ancient Egypt’s Greatest Pharaohs

Elizabeth II and Ancient Egypt’s Kings: how they compare by Laura Ranieri Roy The death of 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth has plunged Great Britain and most of the world into a long period of mourning. This extraordinary Queen, with us throughout our lifetimes, has...
Immersive Tut in Toronto: A cinematic trip to the Afterlife

Immersive Tut in Toronto: A cinematic trip to the Afterlife

Immersive Tut in Toronto: A cinematic trip to the Afterlife No Tut, no golden mask  – but a fun, evocative ride to the Egyptian afterlife. By Virginia Martos Armenteros (& Laura Ranieri Roy)   On Tuesday, August 9, 2022, Ancient Egypt Alive attended the...
The Allure of Egypt’s Pyramids in Post Pandemic Times

The Allure of Egypt’s Pyramids in Post Pandemic Times

How Egypt’s enduring antiquities give us hope, insight, and inspiration. Ahhh…The pyramids of Egypt. Their magnificence, antiquity, and unfathomable human accomplishment inspire awe and amazement. Can you imagine how divine they would have appeared when still covered...
The Whys of Wonderful Things

The Whys of Wonderful Things

By Laura Ranieri Roy _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mysteries around Tutankhamun’s Great Legacy – 100 years after the tomb discovery Tutankhamun was a minor king. Very minor. He ruled Egypt for...
Who were the Black Pharaohs?

Who were the Black Pharaohs?

By Francois Roy Who were the Black pharaohs that became the 25th Dynasty of Egypt? What did they accomplish and what is their legacy? For a short time in the 8th century BCE, their dominant presence was felt from what is now Khartoum north to the shores of the...
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