Basic Jurisdiction of this Wiki
On this site, you will have access to different information on the subject of mythological cartouche presentations. It should be established that there is a difference between Cartouche and Temples. A Cartouche is a production of mythological nature that builds upon the spiritual realm of the soul, endoctrinations, liturgical observation, prayers, afterlife, theological and the sarcophagus as a whole; while a Temple may contain both mythological adherents and one or more human voices.
Rendered Works Galleries
Nefertiti Wiki also hosts an exclusive gallery of Pseudominimalism, a form of art which deconstructs a completed rendering into two or more nuclear components. Seen below is a sample gallery of Nefertiti Wiki Pseudominimalistic works.
- Nefertiti Wiki: Pseudominimalist Gallery
- Nefertiti Wiki
*For the main article information page on this section; goto
This section of the site provides information for adherents, (parties strongly influenced or studying) seeking resources for cartouche-related topics. Such information may include statistics, employment data, lesson books, performer profiles, auditorium capacities, training and social demographics.
New Temples & Mansonries
This section is for our newest temples and shrines; hosted in part by our adherent members and proxeums. A temple is a project or other exclusive taskforce that focuses on a particular subject or theme. An example would be in observing waterworks in ancient times, you would create the article
Nefertiti Temples and Masonries: Ancient Waterwork Systems
Remember: Always use the correct namespace for your article that it might be documented accordingly. Also remember to add your proxeum's name in the article's category; i.e.:
Category: Nefertiti Temples and Masonries; Proxeum of the Nile Articles
Downloads & Redistributables
In this section, you will be able to participate in our Downloads & Redistributables project, which allows an exchange of various media between our members. There may be symphony-related music, images, videos and other re-distributable material and content from members such as yourself.