MOON

The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite, orbiting our planet at an average distance of 384,400 km (238,900 mi). It measures about a quarter of the diameter of the Earth and lacks any significant atmosphere, hydrosphere, or magnetic field. Its surface gravity is only about one-sixth of Earth's, however its...

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WATER RIPPLE

The ancient Egyptian ripple of water is one of the oldest language hieroglyphs from Ancient Egypt. Egyptian written languages didn't have symbols for all of the vowel sounds, and were only partially phonetic. Our best guesses as to ancient Egyptian pronunciation come from references to Egyptian words from ancient texts...

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SCARAB

Even though “scarab” applies to a whole family of beetles, it is the scarabaeus sacer, the dung beetle of the western desert that has captured the mythopoetic imagination. The dung beetle has the remarkable instinct of rolling balls of animal dung along the ground to its underground cache where it...

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EYE

As you probably know, the eye symbol's history is far-reaching and intertwines with many peoples. It is so deeply embedded in culture that, in spite of its potentially pagan connotations, it even finds a place within religious texts, including the Bible and the Quran. It was the ancient Egyptians who...

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