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    obstacles, like fighting other gods and monsters, and magicians. Also Set traps their dad in a magical coffin, which results in him being trapped with no way to get free, or getting saved by Carter or Sadie. So with the help of the Egyptian gods, Isis, Horus, and some others, they go to Phoenix, where the Red Pyramid is located, and use a spell to take control of Set and tell him to go away until he is called upon if his help is ever needed. Then they destroyed the pyramid with a powerful spell. Theme:

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    The Red Pyramid was the book that was chosen for a coming of age novel. The main characters are Carter, the big brother, Sadie, the little sister, Amos, the Uncle, and Julius, the Father. The book first takes place with Carter and Julius. Sadie is with her grandparents in England, because those two would be much too powerful together. Sadie and Carter have been separated most of their lives, except for a few occasions. Julius was with Sadie and Carter after a talk with her grandparents. Julius wants

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    Set: A Treacherous, Powerful God

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    365 days. Back then, the moon was able to shine fully every day. But Thoth took the moonlight to make five new days so the moon only has e... ... middle of paper ... ...ds like Osiris and Horus. To the people, Set was treacherous, cunning, tremendously powerful god who slayed his own brother in the Horus and Set story. But before that legend, the people look at him as a good guy because he was the strongest defender of Ra’s ship. No matter what people think of Set, he is still a god and the one

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    Mummification In Egypt

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    when his son Horus defeated Osiris’s evil brother, Seth, he followed his father’s footsteps and became King of Egypt. This was reinforced by the association of the pharaoh’s name with the falcon hieroglyph that stood for Horus, who was the son of Isis and Osiris (Olszewski 2016). In ancient Egypt, the falcon was the only animal that was able to look directly at the sun, which represented Horus as well as other gods such as Ra, who was believed to be the sun, and Montu (Cicarma 2013). Horus was not only

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    Egyptian Rulers and their Gods

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    point to his importance; whereas, his sandal-bearer and defeated rivals are smaller in size and thus, less important. Horus, the falcon god of sky and kingship, is also very large and is shown at Narmer’s head height, showing his importance as a god. The relationship between the two characters is depicted as that of a partnership. Narmer subdues the ruler of Lower Egypt while Horus holds captive symbols of Lower Egypt, six papyrus plants. Also notable is the frontal views of the heads of Hathor

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    figure that stands out, just like Jesus Christ. To be in fact there were religions that had people who were similar to Jesus Christ. Deities like Hercules, Buddha, and Attis are all similar to the savior Jesus Christ. Dionysus, Tammuz, Osiris, and Horus all are similar to Jesus Christ also. These deities happen to be real close in relation to the Jesus Christ as we know today. Dionysus is the Greek god of wine. He is the son of Zeus and Semele. Hera wanted to kill Dionysus because he was the son

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    Isis And Osiris Analysis

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    five days in which to give birth, wherein Osiris, Horus, Seth, Isis, and Nephthys were born. Osiris and Isis were married, and ruled the land. Seth became jealous of Osiris, and in his role as the trickster archetype, he created a a beautiful chest in which to trap Osiris at a great feast. After acomplishing that goal, Seth sealed the chest with molten iron and cast it into the river Nile. This created the call to adventure for Isis (and later, Horus), who knew instantly when her husband was killed

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    Carter Kane has been traveling around the world since he was eight years old. He was homeschooled by his father, Julius Kane, who was Egyptologist. Julius Kane was hiding a huge secret, he was an Egyptian magician. On Christmas Eve, Carter and Julius head to London to visit Carter's sister, Sadie, who lives as a British student. Both siblings (who look nothing alike) were separated at a very young age, Sadie to live with her grandparents, and Carter with his father. Julius picked up Sadie, and discovered

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    In the text of Unas {line 70} he is associated with the Eye of Horus, and his duty as the guide of the dead in the Underworld on their way to Osiris was well defined, even at the remote period when this composition was written, from we read, Unas stands with the Spirits, get thee onwards, Anubis, into "Amenti {the Underworld}, onwards, onwards to Osiris." In the lines that follow we see that Anubis is mentioned in connection with Horus, Set, Thoth, Sep, and Khent-an-maati. From another passage of

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    acceptable in the lives of the Egyptian Gods as it kept the sacred bloodline of the gods. Isis was also regarded as the mother and protector of the Pharaohs. Isis was the daughter of Geb and Nut and became the consort of her brother Osiris, their son was Horus. Isis is generally depicted as one of the human-like goddesses and is depicted with a crown or headdress that resembled steps but been the royal throne of Egypt, occasionally she was illustrated with a crown consisting of cow horns enclosing a sun

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