The ancient Egyptians were preoccupied with the human condition and fate after death.

As the ancient Egyptian creed tells, the ancient Egyptians were preoccupied with the human condition and fate after death. He believed in a calculation or reward and punishment system after his death. The soul enters the “fields of Ayaro,” heaven in the Egyptian creed, the lake of fire, or Hell. Court of the dead According […]

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Marriage in ancient Egypt

Marriage in ancient Egypt. The family is the strongest bond and the basis of social life in ancient Egypt, which showed the strength of marital relations in Egypt, where the Egyptian took his wife to help him as a friend in life and to have children. In its entirety, it denotes motherhood and the birth […]

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The offerings “Hetep.” 

The offerings “Hetep.” In the ancient Egyptian language, the offerings were pronounced “Hetep”……… and it is a word that contains many meanings. In addition to the meaning of offerings, “Hetep” also means “contentment / peace / tranquility / harmony / balance / harmony.” The concept of offerings in ancient Egypt was not limited to food […]

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Egyptian Cobra

Egyptian Cobra The Egyptian Cobra is a symbol of strength, influence, and sovereignty This is our symbol from seven thousand years… the symbol of the crown of kings Suppose countries choose symbols from the reality of their environment and land that express their power, influence and control. In that case, Egypt, the first country in […]

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Incense  One of the means of communication with the cosmic forces  burning incense

Incense One of the means of communication with the cosmic forces burning incense One of the most famous scenes that the ancient Egyptians filmed was on the walls of temples. The temple was the sacred place where the ancient Egyptians contacted the netru (divine beings/cosmic forces). The burning of incense was one of the most […]

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Burial Ceremonies and Rituals in Ancient Egypt

Burial Ceremonies and Rituals in Ancient Egypt The burial ceremony, so we know it only from the drawings on the walls of the tombs, and the religious rituals begin in their first days with the ritual of washing with Nile water to remove the excess salt. This washing was a ritual act to the greatest […]

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Mysteries of Ancient Egypt’s Sacred Baboons Revealed

Mysteries of Ancient Egypt’s Sacred Baboons Revealed Studies of living and mummified baboons hint at why ancient Egyptians revered these pesky primates and uncover the probable location of the fabled kingdom from which they imported the animals. The Baboon mummy found in tomb K.V. 51 in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings is thought to preserve […]

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The problem of the ancient Egyptian breasts

The problem of the ancient Egyptian breasts There is a puzzling issue about the ancient Egyptians that has not been resolved until today. Most of the statues and drawings that were found for the kings of ancient Egypt show them with prominent breasts and chests – along with the royal beard -. This abnormal appearance […]

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Maat Laws

Maat Laws There are 42 laws of Maat recited by the dead while he is defending himself during his trial in the lower world, and he must be honest to escape from torment. They refer to the deep moral controls in the Egyptian religion and the general social life, and these laws we can call […]

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The legend of the destruction of mankind

The legend of the destruction of mankind The story of mankind’s destruction is considered a mythical thing that ancient Egyptian thought imagined and assumed. It imposes the possibility of humans revolting against the Creator God and trying to undermine him and have fun with him in simplicity and even sarcasm. With the heinous act of […]

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