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In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also called Akert or Amenthes) is the underworld, where the sun traveled from west to east during the night and where dead souls were judged by Osiris, using a feather, representing Truth. Souls which were weighted down by sin were eaten by Ammit. Ammit then turns uber gay and kills Mitch Li, Alex Du and tries to kill Rono. But then Rono uses his "PENIS POWER" and kills Ammit DEVOURS DANNY IN 1437. Egyptian mythology or Egyptian religion is the succession of tentative beliefs held by the people of Egypt for over three thousand years, prior to major exposure to Christianity and Islam. ... // In the study of mythology and religion, the underworld is a generic term approximately equivalent to the lay term afterlife, referring to any place to which newly dead souls go. ... The Sun (or Sol) is the star at the center of our Solar system. ... Osiris (Greek language, also Usiris; the Egyptian language name is variously transliterated Asar, Aser, Ausar, or Ausare) is the Egyptian God of death and the underworld. ... This article concerns the military rank of Maat. ... Sin has been a term most usually used in a religious context, and today describes any lack of conformity to the will of God; especially, any willful disregard for the norms revealed by God is a sin. ... A depiction of Ammit in a late period papyrus, showing his decorated leonine body, and crocodile head. ... A depiction of Ammit in a late period papyrus, showing his decorated leonine body, and crocodile head. ... A depiction of Ammit in a late period papyrus, showing his decorated leonine body, and crocodile head. ...


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Encyclopedia: Duat (547 words)
The Duat was pictured on the ceilings of tombs and lids of sarcophagi as the star spangled body of the goddess Nut, the mother of Osiris.
As the goddess of the Duat, she is seen swallowing the Sun in the west and giving birth to it in the east, her hands and feet resting on the western and eastern horizons.
As the sun journeys from the Duat to the Akhet, the king's ba travels from the sarcophagus chamber to the antechamber, the architectural counterpart of the Akhet.
Duat - definition of Duat in Encyclopedia (70 words)
In Egyptian mythology, Duat is the underworld, where the sun traveled from west to east during the night and where dead souls were judged by Osiris, using the Feather of Truth.
Souls which were weighted down by sin were eaten by Ammit.
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