Author: Patrick A. McCoy, M. A.

Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt – The Destruction of Mankind

Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt – The Destruction of Mankind

Ra becomes old, and sees mankind conspiring against him. So he sends his eye Hathor who in his rage at the betrayal, becomes Sekhmet https://media.blubrry.com/kamatradio/p/pdcn.co/e/kamatradio.com/radio/myths/destruction_of_mankind.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

Gods of Ancient Egypt – Ra

Gods of Ancient Egypt – Ra

Discussion of the sun-God Ra or Re, the concepts of his essence, the prominence of his worship, myths, and hymns https://media.blubrry.com/kamatradio/p/pdcn.co/e/kamatradio.com/radio/gods/ra.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS

Ancient Egyptian Literature – Pharaoh Khufu and the Tales of the Haka’yw-Magicians

Ancient Egyptian Literature – Pharaoh Khufu and the Tales of the Haka’yw-Magicians

An ancient Egyptian Tale from the Papyrus Westcar that tells of the Old Kingdom Pharaoh Khufu hears his sons tell him of the wisdom of the Magicians

Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt: Horus Behdety and the Winged Disk

Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt: Horus Behdety and the Winged Disk

Horus Behdety tells his father Ra-Harakhty the followers of Satash/Seth are conspiring against him, and becomes the winged disk to punish them. https://media.blubrry.com/kamatradio/p/pdcn.co/e/kamatradio.com/radio/myths/myths.horus.behdety.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Email | RSS

Great Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Thuthmose III

Great Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Thuthmose III

Considered to be one of Egypt’s greatest pharaohs, Thutmose III was the sixth ruler of the 18th Dynasty, with a reign lasting from 1479 to 1425 BC. Thutmose III took the throne after his father’s death, but was not considered old enough to rule on 

Ancient Egyptian Literature – Great Dispenser of Pleasure

Ancient Egyptian Literature – Great Dispenser of Pleasure

A recitation of poems from Papyrus Harris 500, the ‘love songs’ from Ancient Egypt