Judy K. King, M.A. English. Semiotician, Instructor, Author, Lecturer, Literary Theorist. Research Focus: Ancient Egypt and New Science.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Biosemiotics in Ancient Egyptian Texts: The Key to Long-Lost Signs Found in Myth, Religion, Psychology, Art and Literature

New study of Ancient Egyptian sign system reveals that the origin of the work of art is grounded in biosemiotics.

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Man the MisInterpretant: Will He Discover the Universal Secret of Sexuality Encoded Within Him?

Research showing that human activities (religion, sexuality, science, sports warfare, biopower) are cultural biosemioses (biological message flows) explaining fundamental reality related to species survival and viral genetics.

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From History’s Dustbin: A Semiotics of Evolvability Discovered within Man and his Mountain of Transformation

A comparative study of Teilhard de Chardin’s philosophy, Mesoamerican myth, and the Book of Revelation presents biophysical evidence supporting a Semiotics of Evolvability found in Ancient Egyptian texts.

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Cosmic Semiophysics in Ancient Architectual Vision: The Mountain Temples at Deir el Bahari, the Dead Sea Temple Scroll, and the Hagia Sophia

To approximately verify natural law via induction, as well as the meaning of form and the value of function in geometric intuition, this preliminary paper explores the ancient mountain temple.

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Cosmological Patterns in Ancient Egypt and China: The Way to Unify the Universe through Knowledge, Mind, Energy, and the Beneficence of the Elements

Ancient Egypt and China share a realist process metaphysics related to afterlife transformation based on knowledge and observer-participancy. This semiotic approach explores both cultures’ similar use of psychic transformative signs.

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Unraveling Mountainway Ceremonials: Is Navajo Eschatological Ritual Another Semiotic Pattern of Ancient Invisible Magic Veiling a Complex Information System?

This research draws together threads of Navajo eschatology similar to that of ancient Egypt and early China, illuminating a coherent system of evolution to cosmic mind-energy in three diverse cultures.

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Death or the Powers: The Future of the Human Experience

This study uses a thematic cyber-meter to estimate the strength of radical enhancement theories in American culture versus alternative visions preserving the human experience in Pulitzer-winning fiction and music.

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Published online: April 10, 2014

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