Egyptian Mythologies

Egyptian Mythologies

Egyptian Mythologies

Egyptian Mythologies depict and talk about Egyptian culture in detail. It has been believed and followed by Egyptians from at least 4000 BCE to 30 BCE.  This era ends with the death of Cleopatra VIII, who is known to be the last ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt. The major significance of Egyptian mythologies was in their development and building of the concept of eternal life after death and reincarnation

Both the Plato and Pythagoras of Greece have been said to be influenced by such beliefs and roman religious cultures along with life after death and reincarnation. The Egyptians believed and understood human existence as a small segment of an eternal journal presided over by some unknown supernatural forms of deities that comprised the Egyptian pantheon.  

There are thousands of deities and even more stories that have been prevailing in Egyptian mythology relating to birth, death, and creation. There is only one myth being the story of Osiris which has been found to have a complete account. 

Egyptian mythologies are based on several myths and lies primarily on their deities, Isis, Osiris, Horus, Amun, Ra, Hathor, Bastet, Thoth, Anubis, and Ptah. There were several more, some became state deities while others got associated with specific religion, ritual, or role. This Egyptian culture influenced many other cultures through transmission via trade and was boosted especially after the opening of the Silk Road in 130 BCE. 

Egyptian mythology believes that one’s life spent on earth isn’t a prologue for something bigger, but is a part of the entire journey. They believed and feared eternal darkness and unconsciousness because both these conditions belied the transmission of light and movement evident in the universe. 

Their concept of the afterlife was a mirror world of one’s life on earth which has to be lived with one hope, which is to be able to enjoy the rest of one’s eternal journey. Although there are several myths, one element that has been standard is the concept of harmony which is definitely disrupted and must be restored. 

The mythology of ancient Egypt reflected several myths as well as joy in living by getting inspired by mountains, pyramids, temples forming a vital part of Egypt’s legacy. The admiration for Egyptian mythology and the culture that it created is significant to part of the life-affirming message that is inherited in these ancient tales.

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