Ogdoad. Ogdoad In Egyptian mythology, the Ogdoad are the eight deities worshipped in Hermopolis.
The gods of the Ogdoad were mostly seen as humans with their animals' heads, or just depicted as snakes and frogs. They were arranged in four male-female pairs, with the males associated with frogs, and the females with snakes. [Frogs are assciated with biogenetic experiments. Snakes represent human DNA.] The Egyptians believed that before the world was formed, there was a watery mass of dark, directionless chaos. These deities were Nun and Naunet (water), Amun and Amaunet (invisibility), Heh and Hauhet (infinity) and Kek and Kauket (darkness). The Sungod's Journey Through the Netherworld. Karnak: Temple Complex of Ancient Egypt-Statues of Ramses II as Osiris in Karnak Temple. Karnak: Temple Complex of Ancient Egypt with of Statues of Ramses II as Osiris in Karnak Temple.
[click Enlarge to enlarge] Karnak is an ancient Egyptian temple precinct located on the east bank of the Nile River in Thebes (modern-day Luxor). It covers more than 100 hectares, an area larger than some ancient cities. The central sector of the site, which takes up the largest amount of space, is dedicated to Amun-Ra,[Marduk was Prince Enki's first born son] a male god associated with Thebes. The area immediately around his main sanctuary was known in antiquity as “Ipet-Sun” which means “the most select of places.” Gerald Massey. Excerpts From "Ancient Egypt, Light Of The World" By Gerald Massey.
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Did an ancient civilization live in caves below the Grand Canyon? This is as vague a statement as wondering why some of the ancient Mesoamerican people depicted their gods as white men or the Olmec gods looked African. Stretching the imagination ... perhaps whatever was found in the Grand Canyon caves discussed below, is linked to Ancient Alien Theory. Osiris - Egyptian Mythology for Smart People. Revealing Ancient Egyptian Mystery Teachings. Osiris Myth - Video Documentary. For thousands of years Giza's Great Pyramids have stood, keepers of ancient secrets, harbouring a message that mankind has long forgotten..
Imhotep, Master of Sciences. Imhotep – Maybe no other civilization of the antiquity is better known, from the point of view of the archeological vestiges, than the civilization of ancient Egypt.
With all these, paradoxically, no other ancient civilization is less understood and, so, more mysterious than the Egyptian one. In all Egyptology treaties figures the name of a character, who wasn’t a conqueror or a pharaoh, but an artist and savant. This one is Imhotep, doctor, architect and the main chancellor of king Zoser (approx. 3150 BC). The Egyptologists say that Imhotep was born at Memphis (ancient Egyptian city) but, thanks to his wisdom he did so much for the Egyptian medicine that he was in time, adored as the god of knowledge and worshiped as the founder of sciences and arts.
It is said that Imhotep and Hertataf (the son of pharaoh Keops) were the wisest men in ancient Egypt. Other monuments, especially small chapels, were forming a complex of establishments belonging to the pyramid. We can ask ourselves today: The Mystery of Abydos and the Osirion Temple. Ancient Egypt. Amen (also Amun) - The hidden one 2500 BCE to present Amen comes from Egypt , as a supreme creator God, worshipped as pre-Dynastic, but officially “emerged”around 2500/2400 BCE to 400CE.
Like much of Ancient Egyptian history, the history of worship and meaning of Amen was lost until recent times. Synonyms include Amen kem-atef (snake god), Amen kamutef (fertility god). Land of Osiris: Things Egyptologists won't say.. Did Ra have an female counterpart in the Egyptian Pantheon? Nut, pronounced Noot.
Was the name of RA's Wife, Nut was the God of the Sky and Ra was the Sun God. If you think about the sun being, in the sky it makes sense. When Ra reigned as king of Egypt, Thoth (Djehuty) prophesied that Ra's wife Nut would have a son who would reign as king. Ra cursed Nut and said, "Nut will give birth to no son on any day of any year, nor at night time either.
" Ra's curse could not be broken, but Thoth had a clever plan. Apep (Apophis) In ancient Egypt, the serpent Apep (Apophis) was known as the evil god who lived in the underworld, and was the most wicked enemy of Ra.
Apep was personified with the darkness of the darkest hour of the night, against which the God of light Ra must not only battle, but fight successfully before he could rise in the east in the morning. Ra was worshipped as a savior, and Apep worshipped against as the destroyer. 2,400-Year-Old Coffin's 'Odd' Art Hints at Ancient Egypt's Brain Drain. TORONTO — An ancient Egyptian coffin with strange and amateurish decorations has been revealed, shedding light on a tumultuous period in Egyptian history when the Persian Empire was in control of the region.
In 525 B.C., Persian King Cambyses marched into Memphis, the Egyptian capital, inaugurating a period of Persian rule that would last for more than a century. The Persian Empire was a vast entity that stretched from modern-day Afghanistan to the west coast of Turkey. Ancient texts say that the Persian kings deported Egyptian artists and used them for building projects in Persia. The Lost Gods: The Egyptians. The Descendents of Nun: A Creation Myth From Egypt. King Tut's DNA Results Are Out! Video From 2011. Egyptian Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, names, ancient, tree, animal, snake, world, Roman, creation. Bordered by deserts, Egypt's Nile River valley was relatively isolated from other centers of civilization in the ancient Near East for thousands of years.
As a result, Egyptian religion remained almost untouched by the beliefs of foreign cultures. The religion included a large and diverse pantheon of gods and goddesses, and around these deities arose a rich mythology that helped explain the world. pantheon all the gods of a particular culture deity god or goddess. Egyptian Mythology Names. Gods and Goddesses. Egyptian mythology. Egyptian mythology is the collection of myths from ancient Egypt, which describe the actions of the Egyptian gods as a means of understanding the world. The beliefs that these myths express are an important part of ancient Egyptian religion. Myths appear frequently in Egyptian writings and art, particularly in short stories and in religious material such as hymns, ritual texts, funerary texts, and temple decoration.
These sources rarely contain a complete account of a myth and often describe only brief fragments. The details of these sacred events differ greatly from one text to another and often seem contradictory. When Gods Walked the Earth Among Humans.