#1
The casual Was-scepter. In early summer, I was interested in ancient Egypt. Today I’m ready to provide an analysis of its culture in a series of articles. If you like the information and its flow, I’ll upload new articles as they are nesting.

The casual Was-scepter. Myths and Realities. What was it in reality. The volume of the evidence base is very large, so I give the links
djed.su/was/
djed.su/barelefi/
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#2
wow they had some messed up dildos back in the day
It's over simplified, So what!

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#5
Damn, at first sight it looked like djent had a part in the story of Egypt...
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Back scratcher.

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They're still around, mate.

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#12
Anyone ever been interested in history, culture or religion of the Ancient Egypt, is familiar with the "iconic symbol" Djed . Its image can be found on almost every second bas-relief , and we have become so accustomed to it that we do not wonder, what was it and how did it look like in reality? I think we can immediately reject the theory that Djed was a stylized form of the backbone of Osiris (could the ancient Egyptians, familiar with medicine and the process of mummification, be so ignorant of the anatomy?) . You’ll be surprised, but for a correct understanding of the true essence of Djed, you just need to ... demount it!


Djed - Symbol . Installation: 1. We need a Djed (consumer) and four cone-shaped stand. 2 . We put on a "stand" on Djed (consumer). 3. We take the four halo and put them on Djed . 4 . Voila, the Djed - Symbol is ready!


Jed - Consumer .


"Stand " and "Teapot".

In order not to overload the forum the other evidence, I give the link - http://djed.su/djed/
#13
Quote by Dolzhenko
The casual Was-scepter. In early summer, I was interested in ancient Egypt. Today I’m ready to provide an analysis of its culture in a series of articles. If you like the information and its flow, I’ll upload new articles as they are nesting.

The casual Was-scepter. Myths and Realities. What was it in reality. The volume of the evidence base is very large, so I give the links
djed.su/was/
djed.su/barelefi/


So evidently the Egyptian scepter was developed in the same way as the Irish shalaylee.