Tag Archives: Egypt

A Study On Passover

Some have accused me of being a fool for God…. To them, I reply.  Why yes, thank you, I am… but I am your fool.  Dedicated to God and to serving my fellow humanity.   It matters not how little … Continue reading

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First Principles: Those Citing Scriptures In Support of the Bondage of Slavery Are Reminded of Its Consequences to Egypt

“[E]ven the sacred Scriptures had been quoted to justify this iniquitous traffic. It is true that the Egyptians held the Israelites in bondage for four hundred years, . . . but . . . gentlemen cannot forget the consequences that … Continue reading

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Dagger of Set

Dagger of Set by Michael Romani Erased from history Still there in the legacy The gods are angered And all of our lives endangered The dagger of Set Jagged edge of death It’s a curse we endure From which there … Continue reading

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Egyptian Dawn

Egyptian Dawn by Michael Romani Mercury drips Leading to madness Shake of her hips Only leads to sadness Death Is not the end Evil held down To where it was meant to descend Out of time Out of place A … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Delta – Anubis On the Golden Delta

For the weekly challenge:

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