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Comment from Lewa Aye:

In Egyptian mythology Sekhmet is known as the goddess of war. She acts as the dispenser of justice and is known as a very exacting judge. She either decides that you are guilty or not guilty with no in between. She is also known as a healer. Like Bastet, she is shown with the head of a lioness with the sun above her and the body of a woman. The Sekhmet is the twelfth sign of the Egyptian horoscope. People born under the Egyptian astrology sign of Sekhmet have two sides to their personalities. On one side they are disciplined and strict. On the other side they are free and love to just go with the flow, without any restrictions. These people can be either or at any time and many people may think they are dealing with two different people. For the side that is more disciplined, they can be very strict and expect nothing but the best out of themselves and others. They have a lot of pride and like to go about things with grace, intelligence and beauty. These people are perfectionists and are good in business. They have a high sense of accomplishment, justice, and values. They are very observant and do not waste idle time doing things that are not efficient. They would make good judges or CEO’s. The Sekhmet Egyptian zodiac signare very professional and can maintain confidentiality. It is easy to feel you can trust them because they have such a hospitable and honest nature. They will have many people who respect them for their discipline and grace. Their presence demands respect and their personality is like a magnet. They are down-to-earth and approachable. Their perfectionist nature along with their intelligence makes them a success at whatever they wish to pursue. Their main goal is to always maintain their pride in whatever they decide to do. To them, this is just as important as achieving the goal itself. The Sekhmet people do best when they are in positions of authority. They are very optimistic and can see the bright side of any obstacle. They are easy to talk to and most people find them to be charming with a sunny disposition. #part1 #sekhmet #kemet #egypt #egyotian #goddess #war

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Comment from Por aí e Por aqui:

Uma das nossas paradas no Camboja foi no Campo de Extermínio, mais conhecido como Killing Fields. Achamos que ir primeiro na S1 e conhecer a história do local onde as pessoas eram torturadas e depois ao campo de extermínio foi bom pra entender a lógica dessa época terrível dos Cambojanos. A última parada da visita guiada do Killng Fields é em frente ao memorial que foi erguido em homenagem a todos que foram executados lá.

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