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Ancient Egyptians Spells
Egyptian Magic "Heka" is the greatest ancient way to heal a sick body, also give prosperity in life, and mainly for protection purposes. These spells are the greatest resourceful ways through which a person can prosper and gain better health. In Egyptian myth, magic was among the forces utilized by the creator to make the world. The most revered users of magic had been the lector priests, who can read the early books of magic kept in temple and palace libraries.
The "Book of the Dead," tells readers a number of magic spells intended to assist a dead person's journey through the Duat, or underworld, and into the afterlife and written by many priests over a period of about 1000 years.
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Egypt’s Red Sea ranked world’s third-best scuba diving destination
The scuba diving magazine, DIVE, ranked Egypt’s Red Sea third in terms of global scuba diving destinations in its annual DIVE Travel Awards which are decided by readers’ votes. Indonesia got the first place and it was followed by Philippines.
The Red Sea is renowned for its reefs, which remain stable and healthy at a time when other major systems are suffering from the effects of climate change and marine pollution. These corals provide the basis of an ecosystem that offers both food and shelter to over 1,100 species of fish, almost a fifth of which are found nowhere else on Earth.
You can also try some of our Scuba diving tours through the link below
https://www.tripsinegypt.com/egypt-red-sea-tours/
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Queen Nefertari "The Beloved of the Goddess of Mut”
The lovely queen Nefertari was a very educated queen who used some unique skills in diplomatic relations. She married pharaoh Ramesses II when she was only 13 years old and he was 15 years old & he loved her so much that he constructed for her some magnificent tombs, statues, and temples "just like her temple in Abu Simbel".
Her tomb in the Valley of the Queens is the largest one in the valley and the paintings inside show her deep devotion to her goddess Isis & Hathor.
That is not all about queen Nefertari so check our link to know everything about her history and don't forget to share our post.
https://www.tripsinegypt.com/queen-nefertari/
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