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The month of Thout; The Ancient Egyptian god Thoth and what appears to be the Month of Martyrdom.
This documentary will allow you to know exactly; What Thoth is the god of? But, this is also a history lesson.
Month of Thout
September is the first month of the ancient Egyptian and Coptic calendars. Between September 11 and October 10 of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Thout is also the first month of the Season of Akhet (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt.
Origin of the Month
Thout is also known as Thoth (Greek: Θωθ, Thōth) and Tut.
The name of the month comes from Thoth, the Ancient Egyptian God of Wisdom and Science, inventor of writing, patron of scribes, and “he who designates the seasons, months, and years.”
The Temple of Thoth
Thoth presided over the “House of Life,” which were composed and copied as all texts necessary to maintain and replenish life.
In ancient Egyptian writings and architecture, the House of Life is an institution aligned with kingship, preserving and creating knowledge in written and pictorial form.
This Ancient Egyptian Documentary is a little different; it shows the commemorations for each of the days in the Month of Thout and the main historical events of the Month of Thoth/Thout.
A pattern is something that happens more than once; the intention is “thrice Great.”
There is more Ancient Mystery in the documentary, I have documented and explained each day for you…enjoy!