Egyptian astrology is not something you learn in school, but a tradition that goes back thousands of years.

You have to be a bit of a genius to get it right, says Mohamed, who is based in the Nile Delta town of Khartoum.

“There are thousands of traditions that go back thousands and thousands of generations,” he says.

“You need to know the planets, you need to be aware of the time of the year, and you need the planets and stars to help you understand the universe.”

So you need a map of the solar system and the planets in the sky, he says, and some luck.

Egyptian astrologers also have a lot of help.

They use a device called a pharaoh’s torch that can give them clues to the future.

In the middle of a desert, a pharaonic torch is lit and a pharoah who wears a crown of thorns holds it to the sky and tells the story of the ruler.

If you want to know where the sun rises or sets, you can follow his instructions and see where he’s pointing.

But it’s not a very practical device, Mohamed says, because the stars don’t align with the sun.

And he warns against taking his knowledge too seriously.

“It’s not something to be taken lightly,” he explains.

“The astrological method is not an exact science.

The only way you can be precise is to have a real telescope and to look at the stars and planets.” “

If you want a real astrology device, you must be very clever.

The only way you can be precise is to have a real telescope and to look at the stars and planets.”

A pharaoh was a wise man, and the pharoahs were wise as well.

They knew the stars were aligned, and that the planets were right on their side.

Egypt has the world’s largest pyramids, and is home to the Sphinx and other wonders of the world.

But there is no true astrology in Egypt.

There are, however, a number of myths and legends.

Egyptian hieroglyphics show hieroglyphed animals, like a tiger and a lion, sitting on the suns feet.

But in modern times, the pharaohs have been replaced by Egyptians.

“They’ve become pharaoh,” Mohamed says.

It is also the ancient belief that when the sun sets, the Egyptians rise, and when the stars align, the people of Egypt rise, says El-Sayed, who teaches astrology at Cairo University.

Egypt also has its own calendar, called the Khafre, which is a kind of “couple of days” calendar.

It follows the lunar calendar, which runs from the equinox to the summer solstice, and uses a combination of astronomical calculations and ancient Egyptological knowledge.

It uses the sun’s shadow as a reference point, and there are many traditions that say the sun is aligned with the moon.

The ancient Egyptians had a lot to say about the sun and the moon, El-Shai explains.

The sun is not just a great light, he explains, but the moon has many roles.

One is that the sun makes the earth rise.

The moon also brings life.

The Egyptians also believed in a “living tree” and that it was a tree that was planted in a lake to give life to the land.

There was a theory that if you planted a tree in a river and then the water level rose, that it would make water in the land grow and produce food.

And there are some myths about how the Nile rose, El Sayed says.

There is also a myth about the rising of the moon in the form of a cloud.

And the Egyptians believe that if the moon is not in the right place at the right time, the sun will appear as a black cloud.

So if you are lucky, you’ll see a beautiful moonrise in the evening, and if you’re unlucky, you might see a white moonrise at sunrise.

It’s a very complex myth, El Solomonsky says.

Egypt’s ancient people have always believed that the gods, who are referred to as “the great gods” in Egyptian mythology, live in the heavens, and they give instructions to the human race.

The Pharaohs have always been associated with astronomy.

So it is no surprise that there are a number, like the pharaons, who have a special understanding of the stars, El Shai says.

And Egyptian astrolophics also have their own calendar.

The pharaoh has a special role in the life of Egypt, and he is revered by the people.

He is considered to be the father of astrology and the king of Egypt.

But he’s also very wise.

When the sun has set, the pyramids will come to a complete stop, and people will walk around without any shoes on.

If the pyres have not burned, the fire will burn itself