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Waleed Yassin é um artista egípcio nascido em 27 de agosto de 1961.

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Os escravos loiros de olhos azuis da Europa – História sem Fim História sem Fim

Os egípcios da Antiguidade escravizaram os judeus, enquanto os Romanos escravizavam pobres, bárbaros e criminosos, muitas vezes sem distinção étnica (entre os séculos I e V, a maioria dos escravos eram nascidos na Itália). Depois da queda do Império Romano, foi mais uma questão de cristãos contra muçulmanos: uns escravizando os outros, de acordo com o domínio que possuíam. Não é por acaso que muitos extremistas do Estado Islâmico defendam atualmente a escravidão dos “infiéis”: não…

"Nobody is born into this world a child of the family of God. We are born as children of wrath. The ONLY WAY WE ENTER into the family of God is BY ADOPTION... when we are UNITED to God's only begotten Son BY FAITH." " ~ R.C. Sproul

Neferefre (also called Raneferef) was a Pharaoh of Egypt during the Fifth dynasty

PTAHHOTEP, vizir da V dinastia (2680-1540 a.C.) egípcia autor da "Doutrina da Sabedoria" propôs orientações à educação e à organização da escola em duas classes: para o povo e classes superiores

Good if you have children or just to hone up on the basics. Personally, I like the Egyptian garden bit.

Waleed Yasin (1961 - …..) – Pintor Egipcio_7

Ra (Re) is the creator of light and all things. It is believed that humankind was born from the tears of Ra and that he created the first couple: Shu and Tefnut. They were the parents of the earth and sky. Ra was usually depicted in human form with a falcon head, crowned with the sun disc and encircled by a cobra. The sun itself was taken to be either his body or his eye.

Dynasty 18, joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III – (ca. 1473-1458 B.C.) From Thebes, originally from Hatshepsut’s temple at Deir el-Bahri. According to the inscription on the base, “Maatkare” (Hatshepsut) is represented here as “the one who gives Maat to Amun”. Maat was the goddess of order, balance and justice. When a pharaoh offered an image of Maat to another deity, it was a reaffirmation that honor was the guiding principle of his/her rule. The Met, New York