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Egyptian Mythology for Kids and Teens: Captivating Myths of Gods, Goddesses, Pyramids, Sphinxes and Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt

Thousands and thousands of years ago, there was no Earth or Heaven, and humans were not yet born. Only an enormous mass of boiling water existed, a kind of primordial soup. It was an immense ocean that contained all the elements of the Universe and the potential to generate everything. It had neither shape nor size, but it extended to infinity and in all directions... How were the universe and humans created according to Egyptian culture? Why did the Egyptian gods have animal appearances? This captivating picture book answers these and many other questions about the ancient Egyptian civilization, telling fabulous mythological stories of gods, pharaohs and sacred animals. The mystery of hidden mummies and immortal pharaohs is still alive and amazes kids and adults alike. Mythology has always held a great fascination for Western civilization, inspiring art, literature, and theater. This is because myths are captivating narratives of gods and heroes that are lost in the mists of time, handed down by word of mouth to the present day. They tell the origin of the world and the birth of humans and nature itself. Children especially love mythological tales because they are fantastic and mysterious, but also because they answer fundamental questions about the cosmos in a poetic way. The book is also suitable for any adult showing interest in Egyptian mythology because of its highly informative and educational nature. What you’ll learn: ◆ The eternal love between Isis and Osiris, whose eternal passion has so deeply influenced even Christian culture. ◆ The intense passion between the sky (the goddess Nut) and the earth (the god Geb). ◆ The creation of the world. ◆ The battle between the god of the heavens Horus and the evil god of chaos Seth. ◆ The secret name of Ra that only Isis was able to reveal. ◆ The Egyptian calendar and the three seasons. ◆ The weighing of the soul and the cult of the dead. ◆ The pharaoh, a god on earth, and the myth of the last queen Cleopatra. ...and more. Immerse yourself in the culture of the pharaohs and sphinxes.





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