Egyptian Divinities: The All who are the One

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Tehuti Research Foundation, 2001 - History - 127 pages
This brief examination of Egyptian religion, as opposed to mythology, argues that the ancient Egyptians believed in only one god and that each of the many divinities were created to represent or symbolise different aspects of that one supreme deity. Gadalla examines the role and symbolism of each god or goddess in turn, highlighting their place within Egyptian theology. Each divinity is illustrated.
 

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The need to worship superior beings comes from inferior minds. Moustafa Gadalla makes it plain why Egyptian worship systems were one major foundation used by western minds to indoctrinate the masses of people. Idol worship is idol worship. It should be noted as such but not revered as anything other than a tool for social control. 

Contents

Preface
10
Standards and Terminology
11
Map of Egypt
13
Chapter 1 The ONE is ALL
17
Chapter 2 Common Misrepresentations
29
Chapter 3 Cycle of Neteru
35
Chapter 4 PreDawn Neteru
37
Chapter 5 Conceptual Neteru
41
Chapter 8 Heru and HetHeru
73
Chapter 9 Growth and Prosperity
85
Chapter 10 Regeneration Stage
99
Further Reading
109
Glossary
110
Selected Bibliography
114
Index
116
About Our Books
124

Chapter 6 Supreme Nine
51
Chapter 7 Production Stage
67

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About the author (2001)

Moustafa Gadalla was born in Cairo. He graduated from Cairo University with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering in 1967. His wife's name is Faith.

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