Kamat Radio – Wisdom for the Ear from Ancient Egypt

Kamat Radio is a podcast network dedicated to teaching facets of ancient Egyptian culture. Our parent organization – Kamat – Reconstructing Ancient Egyptian Culture – provides research and content to our podcast shows.

 

 

The calendar of ancient Egypt is reconstructed using the latest research into Helioplian, Memphite, nomal, astronomical, Delta region and Elephantine mythologies. Its festival days, good and combative days are found in several archaeological and literary sources. The calendar is calibrated with the Heliacal rising of Sapdat (Sirius) that establishes the opening of the year (Wpat Ranpat) over the ancient Capital of Man nafr (Memphis) as it was traditionally established in the Early Dynastic period, c. 2773 b.c.e. The calendar is one of the most important facets of ancient Egyptian culture.

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The gods of ancient Egypt are beings of power, of love, of fear. Known to the ancient Egyptians as the Natjrw, these divine beings inspired obedience and worship from their people, and in return gave them prosperity beyond their wildest hopes and dreams. Learn about the Natjrw, the Gods of Ancient Egypt.

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Writing was considered a sacred practice by the ancient Egyptians. Carved in stone and written on papyrus is a whole world of wisdom, tales of great people, journeys to the afterlife, and much more. Join us, as we unravel the scroll and decipher the hieroglyphics to discover Ancient Egyptian Literature.

 

 

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Ancient Egypt, a land of gods, demons, and heroes. Travel through the sands of time to a time when gods roamed the earth, and magic ruled the day. Tales of power, of love, and of betrayal, these are the myths and legends of Ancient Egypt.

Where the Ancient Egyptian myths and legends come alive.

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