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I feel as though I have lived many lives experienced the heights and depths of each and like the waves of the ocean never known rest Throughout the years I looked always for the unusual for the wonderful for the mysteries at the heart of life Leni Riefenstahl Throughout this lifetime weve learned that mysteries are meant to be solved But what if there wasnt an answer No matter what we have learned there will always be knowledge that escapes us To many of us we seem intelligent but to most we are inexperienced and we know nothing of the history that surrounds us We are young to the world to the universe we are young to our past lives As we know there are many unanswerable questions within our universe A question Ive seen that hasnt been answered that has been forgotten How have the ancient Egyptians evolved from their beliefs of the afterlife to influence todays religions And how did they come to believe in this ideology of the afterlife I ask this question because I wonder what the Egyptians taught us was it nothing Or is it a hidden influence on the way we act or even the way we think today The final question is what did the egyptians change about the modern worldWhat made the Egyptians beliefs different from the other religions was they never feared death It wasnt an end to a life it was a beginning to another life Most religions today revolve around the idea that when youre dead there is nothing else and you cant live a second time in death According to ancient Egyptian beliefs the soul was a perishable entity which meant that it was at great risk at all times This is why the Egyptians had elaborate burial rituals the purpose of which was to ensure the preservation of the dead bodies and the various elements of the soul Some of the
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