Tag : Ankhefenkhons

Strange History Of Stele Of Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu – ‘Stele Of Revealing’ Gave Birth To Thelema, A New Religion | Ancient Pages

Stele of Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu is an ancient Egyptian artifact that is also known as the “Stele of Revealing”. Made of wood and covered with a painted plaster gesso, the stele was discovered in 1858 by François Auguste Ferdinand Mariette at the mortuary temple of the Dynasty 18 Pharaoh Hatshepsut, located at Dayr al-Bahri, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite the… Read more »

Reproduction Stelae from OTO Poland

This from the rather excellent Zero Equals Two! website: Full size reproduction of Stele of Revealing, hand painted by very gifted Sister Agnieszka from Poland. They are made to order, so it may take a couple weeks before we post the item.   Oils on wood.Price: € 150 (inc P&P)   To order, contact treasurer@oto-pl.org. All income from the sales… Read more »

Aleister Crowley: The Prince-Priest

As the result of interest from members of this site, I have placed a copy of a PDF of my presentation regarding the Cairo Working in the Downloads section of this website (look for Downloads under Resources in the main menu – the document is in the LAShTAL ‘folder’). This is the PowerPoint slideshow I used as the basis for… Read more »