Friday, February 06, 2004

Ancient Vocabulary Lesson, Part One

In ancient Egyptian, there were two words for "to die." One was kheper (looked like a beetle), which meant "to die" but also "to transform." The other was mut (looked like a vulture), which meant to really die. It also meant "mother."

On a related topic, two great tastes that, uhh, are weird together: The Open Source Order of the Golden Dawn.