Computerised tomography (CT) scanners are normally used to create detailed images of the inside of the body, but they have recently been used to scan more unusual patients.

Eight Egyptian mummy exhibits from The British Museum in London have been transported to hospitals across the city under the cover of darkness and placed inside CT scanners, where the high quality imaging has yielded some revealing and rather surprising results.
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Today, we acknowledge the passing of a light and, in a way, the passing of a torch.

Hanny el-Zeini, who wrote in collaboration with his friend, Om Sety, died in November, 2013. Their 1983 book, Abydos: Holy City of Ancient Egypt remains the ultimate guide book to this extraordinary temple.

Hanny was also a collaborator with Jonathan Cott on heir best-selling book, “The Search for Om Sety,” which is easily one of the best documented stories of reincarnation ever told.
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Satellite archaeology researcher Angela Micol has located what could be a very ancient pyramid complex in southern Egypt. The complex could also be the remains of a fortified settlement built in later times, during the Ptolemaic period. From above, though, the structures appear to be far more deeply eroded than would be the case if they were just 2,000 years old. If they are not natural formations, they are probably thousands of years old.
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