Tag Archive: 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…
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)…
Anyone lucky enough to be in Luxor this September is likely to be interested in this conference to be held over 5 days at the Mummification Museum. An interesting variety of lectures, including some with potentially direct relevance to the life and times of our own Ankhefenkhons I.
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…
An astonishing artwork – Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly in the Cairo Museum 1904Reproduced by kind permission of the artist © Mitchell Nolte Related Images: