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The Raga of The Egyptian Gods - How did they come into existence?

Who was the first Pharaoh? (Egyptian mythology)



It all started with nothing. The whole universe was an ocean. The great pyramid Ben Ben came into existence, with a lotus flower which blossomed next to it. Ben Ben brought the most important and most powerful Egyptian God Ra, the Sun God of Egypt, from whom came the great Pantheon of the Egyptian Gods. They form the soul of Egyptian mythology.



Ra, the Sun God of Egypt and the bringer of light, from Ra the first generation of the Egyptian Gods, Shu the God of air, Tefnut the Goddess of the rain, were born.



As the universe was a mass of water, Shu and Tefnut plunged into the water to explore the ocean. Now, Ra got worried that his children hadn't returned from the sea. He sent his messenger to find them. Shu and Tefnat returned safe and sound.

Ra was so happy that from his tears of joy, human beings were born. Shu and Tefnat, the brother-sister, gave birth to the second set of Egyptian Gods. Geb the God of the Earth and Nut the Goddess of the sky.



Ra ruled the whole universe with the title of the first Pharaoh. Ra's most significant gift to Egypt was the creation of the Nile river. Around the Nile river, humans who came into existence from Ra's tears settled.



Ra had a feeling that his grandchildren would give birth to a new set of Gods who would put an end to his rule in Egypt. So, he forbid Geb and Nut to marry and have children. But adamant Geb and Nut gave birth to four children of the new pantheon of the Egyptian Gods. Isis, Nephthys, (female offsprings )- Osiris, Seth -male offsprings. (These four were the main protagonists of Egyptian Mythology.)



These four dethrone Ra, their grand-father. And Osiris becomes the new king. Seeing his brother becoming all-powerful, Seth, the Egyptian God, becomes jealous. Osiris, (the God of the underworld of Egypt) is the new God after dethroning Ra- the Sun God of Egypt. He gets married to Isis, and Seth marries his sister Nephthys and the two brothers' rule in two different parts of Egypt.



Under Osiris, Egypt prospered, making Seth jealous. But Osiris, the good brother, has an affair with Nephthys, the wife of Seth. The two Osiris and Nephthys give birth to Anubis, the God of death in Egyptian mythology.

When Seth comes to know, he is angry. So, he prepares for revenge. One day he calls Osiris to his kingdom for a feast. Seth shows a beautiful coffin to the guest. He declares the person who can fit into the coffin can take it. All the guests try the coffin, for some, it was too big, and for others, it was small.



Osiris tries the coffin, and it is a perfect size. Taking advantage of the situation, Seth closes the coffin and throws it into the Nile. When Isis, the wife of Osiris, comes to know about this. She weeps profoundly, giving rise to the traditional Nile floods.

Nephthys and Isis look for the body of Osiris. They find the body in the river and want to hide it from Seth. But Seth the Egyptian God comes to know. This time he smashes the body into 42 pieces and throws them all over Egypt. The loving wife does not give up, now with the help of Anubis, the God of death, she manages to recover the pieces and mummifies Osiris.



Osiris rules over the world of the dead. After coming back to life. Isis and Osiris have a son. They name him Horus. Who wants to defeat his uncle Seth, the man who had tried to kill his father. But Seth the Egyptian God is the king now, who is ruling Egypt and is very powerful.



There was a belief, Horus, the falcon God, would rule over Egypt and bring it back to light and end the dark rule of Seth. When Horus is an adult, he claims the throne, which Seth, his uncle, has.



A series of clashes happen between Seth and Horus. Ra, the great-grandfather, supports Horus. Horus, with the help of his mother, Isis, take advantage of the situation to kill Seth. But at the last moment, Isis disagrees with Horus leaving him very angry. So, he chops off his mother's head. Later, he feels terrible and replaces his mother's head with a cow's head. However, the clashes between Horus and Seth continue.



Other Egyptian Gods want to reconcile this clash between Seth and Horus. Under this pressure, Seth organizes a feast for Horus. But this time, Horus takes revenge with the help of his mother, Isis. He places a poisonous seed in Seth's food.



Seth finally dies, and Horus becomes the king. And it is believed all the Pharaohs who reigned over Egypt were his descendants.



Conclusion- Egyptian mythology offers a lot of drama. Ra the Sun God of Egypt always wanted to remain in power, but then nature played its role, and his grandchildren produced his enemies. Seth became jealous of his brother and tried to kill him. The trend hasn't changed even now. It is the same, where brothers kill one and another out of jealousy. Time and history repeat what Seth did to Osiris, Horus did to him. The LAW OF KARMA DOES BOUNCE BACK. egyptian mythology WRAP PHILOSOPHIES IN THEM. I STILL FEEL SETH WAS NOT WRONG BECAUSE HIS BROTHER ISIS DECEIVED HIM BY HAVING AN AFFAIR WITH HIS WIFE. WHAT DO YOU THINK? The Raga of The Egyptian Gods - How did they come into existence?

Who was the first Pharaoh? (Egyptian mythology)



It all started with nothing. The whole universe was an ocean. The great pyramid Ben Ben came into existence, with a lotus flower which blossomed next to it. Ben Ben brought the most important and most powerful Egyptian God Ra, the Sun God of Egypt, from whom came the great Pantheon of the Egyptian Gods. They form the soul of Egyptian mythology.



Ra, the Sun God of Egypt and the bringer of light, from Ra the first generation of the Egyptian Gods, Shu the God of air, Tefnut the Goddess of the rain, were born.



As the universe was a mass of water, Shu and Tefnut plunged into the water to explore the ocean. Now, Ra got worried that his children hadn't returned from the sea. He sent his messenger to find them. Shu and Tefnat returned safe and sound.

Ra was so happy that from his tears of joy, human beings were born. Shu and Tefnat, the brother-sister, gave birth to the second set of Egyptian Gods.

Geb the God of the Earth and Nut the Goddess of the sky.



Ra ruled the whole universe with the title of the first Pharaoh. Ra's most significant gift to Egypt was the creation of the Nile river. Around the Nile river, humans who came into existence from Ra's tears settled.



Ra had a feeling that his grandchildren would give birth to a new set of Gods who would put an end to his rule in Egypt. So, he forbid Geb and Nut to marry and have children. But adamant Geb and Nut gave birth to four children of the new pantheon of the Egyptian Gods. Isis, Nephthys, (female off springs )- Osiris, Seth -male off springs. (These four were the main protagonists of Egyptian Mythology.)



These four dethrone Ra, their grand-father. And Osiris becomes the new king. Seeing his brother becoming all-powerful, Seth, the Egyptian God, becomes jealous. Osiris, (the God of the underworld of Egypt) is the new God after dethroning Ra- the Sun God of Egypt. He gets married to Isis, and Seth marries his sister Nephthys and the two brothers' rule in two different parts of Egypt.



Under Osiris, Egypt prospered, making Seth jealous. But Osiris, the good brother, has an affair with Nephthys, the wife of Seth. The two Osiris and Nephthys give birth to Anubis, the God of death in Egyptian mythology.

When Seth comes to know, he is angry. So, he prepares for revenge. One day he calls Osiris to his kingdom for a feast. Seth shows a beautiful coffin to the guest. He declares the person who can fit into the coffin can take it. All the guests try the coffin, for some, it was too big, and for others, it was small.



Osiris tries the coffin, and it is a perfect size. Taking advantage of the situation, Seth closes the coffin and throws it into the Nile. When Isis, the wife of Osiris, comes to know about this. She weeps profoundly, giving rise to the traditional Nile floods.

Nephthys and Isis look for the body of Osiris. They find the body in the river and want to hide it from Seth. But Seth the Egyptian God comes to know. This time he smashes the body into 42 pieces and throws them all over Egypt. The loving wife does not give up, now with the help of Anubis, the God of death, she manages to recover the pieces and mummifies Osiris.



Osiris rules over the world of the dead. After coming back to life. Isis and Osiris have a son. They name him Horus. Who wants to defeat his uncle Seth, the man who had tried to kill his father. But Seth the Egyptian God is the king now, who is ruling Egypt and is very powerful.



There was a belief, Horus, the falcon God, would rule over Egypt and bring it back to light and end the dark rule of Seth. When Horus is an adult, he claims the throne, which Seth, his uncle, has.



god of the underworld egypt of clashes happen between Seth and Horus. Ra, the great-grandfather, supports Horus. Horus, with the help of his mother, Isis, take advantage of the situation to kill Seth. But at the last moment, Isis disagrees with Horus leaving him very angry. So, he chops off his mother's head. Later, he feels terrible and replaces his mother's head with a cow's head. However, the clashes between Horus and Seth continue.



Other Egyptian Gods want to reconcile this clash between Seth and Horus. Under this pressure, Seth organizes a feast for Horus. But this time, Horus takes revenge with the help of his mother, Isis. He places a poisonous seed in Seth's food.



Seth finally dies, and Horus becomes the king. And it is believed all the Pharaohs who reigned over Egypt were his descendants.



Conclusion- Egyptian mythology offers a lot of drama. Ra the Sun God of Egypt always wanted to remain in power, but then nature played its role, and his grandchildren produced his enemies. Seth became jealous of his brother and tried to kill him. The trend hasn't changed even now. It is the same, where brothers kill one and another out of jealousy. Time and history repeat what Seth did to Osiris, Horus did to him. The LAW OF KARMA DOES BOUNCE BACK. MYTHOLOGICAL STORIES WRAP PHILOSOPHIES IN THEM. I STILL FEEL SETH WAS NOT WRONG BECAUSE HIS BROTHER ISIS DECEIVED HIM BY HAVING AN AFFAIR WITH HIS WIFE. WHAT DO YOU THINK?