Dark Magic Papyrus

A Dark Fantasy Thriller set in Ancient Egypt – Middle kingdom (King Mentuhotep’s reign political and historical context). During New Year’s Eve, Nomarch Menes’s house begins to be the theather of tragic and violent events. Neith, A young and intelligent maid witnesses strange and very disturbing facts all over the following days. While crimes continue to terrorise the propriety unhabitants, Neith and a friend of hers (Ahmes the priest disciple) try hard to figure out all aspects of the tragedy. A Detective investigation in the middle of an Ancient Egypt full of mysteries and intrigues….

Meet Mounia Lakehal Meribout

My name is Mounia Lakehal Meribout, I work as a Neurologist at a Teaching hospital, in Algeria. I had a short story “The Wish” published in the sixth issue of Curiosities. My first Novel “Dark Magic Papyrus” was published by ‘Private Dragon Publishing’ in 2021. Then I got back the rights on the book then I self-published it. Another short story « The Man with the Newspaper » was hold for Volume 4 of « Kandisha Press », it figures in one of its Twitter posts over there : « MMeribout » “The Whispering Well”: http://departuremirror.com/issue-3/ And recently: “Infinite Repetition”: https://www.amazon.com/SHEER-Fantasy-Anthology-Ivana-Sanders-ebook/dp/B09KNMV674/ref=sr_1_12?dchild=1&keywords=sheer+anthology+stories&qid=1635636541&s=books&sr=1-12

Earth’s First Civilization, Antarctica, 55 Million B.C.

Explore evidence of an Advanced Civilization that existed on the Antarctic Continent in the Paleocene Epoch, and other mysterious cultures of prehistory. To explore these remarkable finds, this book has four primary purposes: 1) to present archaeological and other competent evidence demonstrating that civilizations of tremendous antiquity once existed on our planet—evidence either known, inexactly known, or currently tentative; 2) to examine evidence regarding the true age of those civilizations; 3) to explore the possible origins of those civilizations; and 4) to reveal the profound esoteric knowledge and technical abilities possessed by the cultures of those civilizations. For decades the archaeological community labored under the theory that human civilization began after the last Ice Age. The theory conjectured that, prior to that time, humans were no more than primitive hunter-gatherers incapable of communal organization or sophisticated abilities, and it was only after the last glacial period—following the melting of the 10,000 foot thick ice sheets that covered much of the northern portion of the world’s continents—that our human ancestors began to develop agriculture and complex economic and social structures, sometime around 4000 B.C. Contemporary discoveries have dramatically undermined those theories. Modern research has unearthed buried civilizations and discovered hidden cities one after another—archaeology now reconstructs an unsuspected antiquity of man and paints a canvas of stunningly mysterious dimensions. Previous academic accounts of the origins of civilization have fallen forfeit to evidence from archaeological sites worldwide, including Thebes (c. 37,900 BC), Edfu (c. 18,000 BC), Turkey (c. 12,000 BC), Bolivia (c. 15,000 BC), Indonesia (c. 22,000 BC), and, most intriguingly, on the Antarctic Continent. The stunning discovery in Antarctica, if fully confirmed, will represent the greatest archaeological find of history. Organization & Content: Part I of this book explores the true antiquity of civilization on this planet, examines the ancient traditions and theogonies that shed light on the existence and age of prehistoric civilizations, details the substantial evidence for a Paleocene civilization on the Antarctic continent 55 million years ago, and takes an inside look at recent astronomical and cosmological discoveries. As the study of antiquity is properly accounted purely academic except as it may be made living knowledge which illuminates and enriches our contemporary life, a comprehensive Special Bonus Supplement containing Parts II and III of this book explore the extremely rare arcane knowledge of the ancient world, along with the powerful abilities that can be attained from the study of that knowledge, ones that convey benefits of great value in our modern world. Doubtless many of the very earliest chapters of our planet’s history will lie forever silent under her most desolate soil and deepest waters, yet extant legends and traditions have been too readily set aside—academic pundits love to brand as mythical the accounts which have endured the millennia, and which mischievously persist. We invite you to explore amazing discoveries and knowledge that for long millenniums has remained concealed under layers of legend, myth, and secrecy. A truly incomparable book for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge and personal power, and especially fascinating for anyone interested in the realities behind the ubiquitous legends of antediluvian civilizations and the possibility of ancient extraterrestrial influences. 2021 Edition, for more information, please see the ‘Look Inside’ feature on the book’s Amazon page. Thank you.

Meet Michael Hawking and Jenna Wolfe Ph.D.

M.G. Hawking is an avid traveler, adventurer, and writer. Devoted to exploring remote areas of the globe to discover regions unknown to the Western world, always in search of extraordinary people and experiences, he has found many, especially in the Great Range of the Himalayas, the setting for most of his books. His focus is documenting profound wisdom traditions and revealing the knowledge and power they convey. Hawking is the author of the book series, ‘In The Valley of Supreme Masters,’ along with its associated companion volumes. When not traveling, he spends his time working on projects related to presenting books of an esoteric nature with his wonderful team in Northern California. Heather Cantrell, M.Litt., contributor and editor for Wisdom Masters Press, is an experienced world traveler. Having been born in Nepal to British parents who were teachers in various parts of Asia, she has extensive experience in the Himalayas, and is a devoted equestrian and animal lover. Amber Chellings, M.Phil., contributor and newsletter director, is an avid photographer, outdoor enthusiast and ardent equestrian. Jenna Wolfe, Ph.D., our exceptional research expert, contributor and book content supervisor, is a primary link to our numerous academic technical advisers.