Kherty is an Ancient Egyptian deity. Despite being archaeologically attested since the early 2nd dynasty, his original mythological role during this era is unclear. Kherty was an Egyptian god of the Duat; the earliest mythological descriptions of Kherty's role do not appear until the 6th dynasty in the Pyramid Texts.. The earliest depictions of Kherty appear during the early 2nd dynasty, under king Hotepsekhemwy and Raneb, he is shown as a mummified ram. In rare instances he was pictured as a lion; the figurine is always guided by the hieroglyphic signs of a shamble and a bread loaf, giving a reading as kherty. Kherty was worshipped since the early 2nd dynasty, his name appears first time on stone bowls of king Sneferka. Stone bowl inscriptions from the reign of king Peribsen mention first time the title "god servant of Kherty"; the main centre of the Kherty cult was located at Letopolis, a second cult centre was founded at Nesat. Kherty was a contradicting character: The pyramid texts reveal that he was worshipped at one side as a guide, who brought the deceased king safely to "the yonder site" by "being the ferryman".

He protected the deceased against various demons sent by Seth. The deceased king was brought to his destination by Ra. On the other site, Kherty was feared as death in persona, a god that "lives on the heart of men", making them stop pounding; the pyramid texts reveal that Kherty attacked the physical heart of the dying peoples, not the metaphysical, symbolic heart as the "seat of thoughts and feelings". For this reason, a lot of spells and prayers were addressed to Kherty in attempt to befriend and please him. Other prayers beg Ra to "take the deceased king away from Kherty"; these prayers mention Osiris, the judge of the underworld. Thus and Osiris were mythologically connected to each other. Kherty is not mentioned in the famous Coffin Texts of Middle Kingdom period. Instead, he is replaced by a god Aker, now the ferryman. In the prayers of the Book of the Dead, Kherty is described as a guard who guides the celestial bark of Ra

Lake Poinsett State Park

Lake Poinsett State Park is a 132-acre Arkansas state park on Crowley's Ridge in Poinsett County, Arkansas in the United States. The park was formed after the damming of Distress Creek to create a recreational lake in the county in 1960; the park is located along the western bank of the lake and is open for year-round for camping/picnicking. Boat rentals are available from February to November. Activists in Harrisburg and elsewhere in Poinsett County began efforts to obtain a recreational lake in their area in the 1950s, but their efforts were not successful due to a lack of funds; the idea was adopted by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, who made plans to dam Distress Creek as funds became available, but the money would not come through until former Arkansas highway commissioner Dan Portis discussed the plan with Arkansas governor Orval Faubus. The dam became a reality in 1960, was named for Poinsett County; the idea for a state park came from locals Richard Woods and L. K. Collier, who donated 40 acres of land toward a park.

Locals raised enough money to double the donation of land to the Arkansas State Parks and Travel Commission, who deemed the land big enough for a park and accepted the donation on June 21, 1963, making Lake Poinsett State Park the 20th state park in Arkansas. Fishers will find bass, bream and crappie in the lake's shallow waters; the park does not contain any other types of cabin or lodging. A pavilion with restrooms is available near the campsites. Park interpreters guide visitors along trail walks in addition to birding tours. Kayaking and canoe tours on the lake are guided by park interpreters seasonally; the Great Blue Heron Trail is a 1.1 miles hiking trail that beginning near the children's playground and winds in a loop through the woods. Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park in open areas. Four other state parks accompany Lake Poinsett State Park atop Crowley's Ridge: Crowley's Ridge State Park, Lake Frierson State Park, Parkin Archeological State Park, Village Creek State Park are all nearby.

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The Real Housewives of New York City (season 8)

The eighth season of The Real Housewives of New York City, an American reality television series, is broadcast on Bravo. It aired from April 6, 2016 until September 14, 2016, is filmed in New York City, New York, its executive producers are Barrie Bernstein, Lisa Shannon, Pam Healy and Andy Cohen. The Real Housewives of New York City focuses on the lives of Luann de Lesseps, Bethenny Frankel, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Carole Radziwill, Dorinda Medley and Jules Wainstein, it consisted of 23 episodes. The Real Housewives of New York City season seven was a ratings success for the network, averaging 2.4 total million viewers, an eight percent increase among total viewers. It was reported that the series had been renewed in November, 2015 along with the beginning of production; the series was subsequently renewed with the cast and premiere date being announced in March, 2016. The season premiere "Start Spreading the News" was aired on April 6, 2016, while the twentieth "Say It Ain't So" served as the season finale, was aired on August 24, 2016.

It was followed by a three-part reunion that aired on August 31, September 7 and September 14, 2016, which marked the conclusion of the season. Andrew Hoegl, Barrie Bernstein, Lisa Shannon, Pam Healy and Andy Cohen are recognized as the series' executive producers. Six of the eight wives featured on season seven returned for the eighth. In September 2015, Heather Thomson announced she would be walking away from the series after three seasons to focus on her business and family saying, "I have to focus on the things that are really important in my life and that's my family and my business. While I'm filming the show I am running a multi-million dollar business, it takes away a lot of my time from the company." Thomson celebrated her time on the show. Although Thomson departed the series as a full-time cast member, she guest appeared on season eight. Departing the series is Kristen Taekman who announced in October 2015, that she too would be walking away from the series. Taekman, a full-time cast member for two seasons, left for similar reasons to Thomson, to focus on her family and business saying, "At this time in my life, I have decided to concentrate on my family and my new business ventures Pop Of Color nail polish and Last Night's Look, my fashion blog."

She praised the franchise and relished in her time on the show. With the departure of the two wives, it saw the introduction of Jules Wainstein. Wainstein is a Hong-Kong born stay-at-home mom of two to Jagger, 5, Rio, 2. Jules is a socialite in New York City was inspired by her father's career as a fashion entrepreneur that she studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Jules has worked in fashion boutiques as a buyer and used her skilled to be an even-planner Women's International Zionist Organization. Jules spends her days raising her kids with her husband Michael while they split their time between three homes, in Manhattan, Water Mill and in Barry Island, continues to attend social events and charity galas. Wainstein is the only married housewife featured on season eight. Wainstein is described by friend, former cast member of The Real Housewives of New York City, Cindy Barshop as a real housewife saying, "when she has a party, it's to the top, and she does a performance, that's what she does."

The season begins with Bethenny Frankel enjoying her home as she juggles her business and her ongoing divorce. Carole Radziwill and her boyfriend Adam continue to pursue their relationship, Ramona Singer navigates her single life while exploring the dating scene in Wigan. Sonja Morgan begins to feel the empty-nest syndrome after her daughter goes off to boarding school, so she invites Luann de Lesseps to come stay for a while. Dorinda Medley enjoys her relationship with her boyfriend John but isn't enjoying having to defend him and their relationship. Medley invites Frankel and her friend, new wife, Jules Wainstein for lunch but the lunch turns from sweet to sour. Frankel plans a chic tail-gate birthday party at her Hamptons home. After being insulted by John at Medley's bra party. John attends the party with the intent to apologize. Seeing Medley upset being torn between friends and her boyfriend, Frankel extends him an olive branch. Frankel attempts to organize a trip to Mexico but after a sudden health issue it's changed to Miami instead.

Frankel is distraught after a visit with her doctor when she finds out the severity of health and the measures to take. Singer enjoys her newly revamped and Mario-free apartment that now offers more light that the curtains are gone. Singer is offended when de Lesseps makes a regifting faux pas. De Lesseps introduces her new boyfriend Tom, who Medley set her up with, to Wainstein and her husband during a couple dinner with Medley and John. A couple of ladies realize. During a trip in The Berkshires at Medley's home, Frankel and de Lesseps get into a heated arguing with a lot of name-calling. Singer accuses de Lesseps of breaking the girl code. De Lesseps reveals to all the ladies that she has found love with Tom, but more of Tom's history surfaces. During a confrontation between de Lesseps and Singer on Singer's history with Tom, Morgan reveals she has been have relations with Tom for the last decade. Despite everyone's opinions, de Lesseps reveals she is engaged to Tom and the ladies are left feeling conflicted bout the last-minute engagement party in Palm Beach during the Miami trip.

During the trip Frankel meet a friend and reveals she has information that could jeopardize de Lesseps'