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This particular Egyptian myth functions in this time frame for this culture by the people believed strongly this is how everything around them was created The myths grew and functioned in a way that parts of it would stay active when they were needed in this or that ceremony According to the Priests the myths withstood all the knowledge and immense secrecy Many details of myths remain in the memory or once relevant precedent that would never see the light of day The myth would create order out of chaos by in the myth some parts had been mentioned in particular centuries some cults did dominate over time and their beliefs were able to spread farther than their localized areas They say the reason was political because the pharaohs were already known gods and considered to be reincarnated in the after life Which created an order which the levels of people could live Also within the myth Egypts geographical location also help created the way the land was laid out which made it hard to leave with mountains to the South seas to the North and desert to the East and West They had floods constantly which put a reoccurring theme for both civic and religious groups Temples of the deities were over barred by ordinary mortals which was said could only be entered by the gods and families The myth doesnt really give any set of rules of the Egyptian creation myth The gods were in power but with the temples made it easier for the gods to cross over into more of formal mythology There were nine godsgoddesss that the myth centered on which were Ennead Ra the sun god then the four pairs of all his decedents Shu and Tefnut Geb and Nut Aset Isis and Osiris and Set and Nebthet Ra the sun god was brought about by Atum the creatorTheir purpose was the parts of the
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