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Library - Theology - Egyptian (or Ancient Egyptian; a.k.a., Kemetism, and Neterism)

Egyptian theology is an ancient polytheistic religion that is believed to have originated before c. 4,000 BCE from an egg on an ocean which hatched Ra, the god of the sun, and so ancient Egyptians worshipped the sun along with eight other deities, most of whom were known to be the direct descendents of Ra.

Deities:   Supernatural agents:   Beliefs:   Traditions:
  • Ra, a.k.a., Re (creator deity; god of the sun, long life, and good health)
  • Geb (god of Earth; son of Shu and Tefnut)
  • Isis, a.k.a., Ast (goddess of fertility and motherhood; daughter of Geb and Nut)
  • Nephthys, a.k.a., Nebet-Hut (protector of the dead; daughter of Geb and Nut)
  • Nut (goddess of the sky; daughter of Shu and Tefnut)
  • Osiris, a.k.a., Usir (god of the afterlife; son of Geb and Nut)
  • Seth, a.k.a., Set (god of chaos and the desert; son of Geb and Nut)
  • Shu (god of air; son of Ra)
  • Tefnut (goddess of rain; daughter of Ra)
  • Heka (god of magic and medicine)
  • Heka (a.k.a., ma'at), which is sometimes mistaken as a god of magic and medicine, is actually a principle of magic and meaning, which life depends on and has always been a part of reality before even Ra was hatched
  • Ra, the god of the son and of all creation, was hatched from an egg on an ocean
  • embalming and mummification

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