Constructed Mythology
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"Our river, Nylus, gives us life... and its goddess is Isat, sister to Usir, protects us from the great evil of the betrayers Seht, Shezmu, and Apephis." -Thlarotep of Ghiza

Origin[]

Mysticism[]

Like most religions of the world, there is no universal orthodox, but reoccuring names and figures appear in the polytheistic faith. Through out the times local deities from cities and villages have changed the god's names, but the most wide-spread names relate to the names they are called in Men-nefer by the Pharaoh.

Rah-Atun:

Thot:

Jusaaset:

Usir:

Isat:

Haru:

Seht:

Nebt-het:

Mehturt:

Anupu:

Gebeb:

Nuith:

Shu:

Tefenet:

Sahket:

Ptah:

Apephis:

Shezmu:

Unas:

Nit:

Nu:

Chnum:

Satji-Nylus:

Anuqet:

Hik:

Pharaoh and the Theocrats[]

Cities[]

Inebou-Hedjou, Ghiza, and Peru-Nefer (Men-nefer):

Ain-Shams:

Pai-yum:

Ra-katit:

History[]

Warfare[]

Appearance[]

Landscape[]

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