January 22, 2012

Amun God (King of the Gods)

Amun : 'King of the Gods'

Other Names: Amen, Amun, Ammon, Amoun Amun-Ra

Symbol : Goose , Ram and Bull

Appearance : Human Body with with a ram head , wearing tall feather crown and ostrich plumed hat

Mythology of Amun God : Amun was the important in ancient Egypt - Who in the form of Amun-Ra major of the most involved program of theology in Ancient Egypt. While left hypostatic, Amun listed and , whilst in Ra he displayed divinity. As the creator divinity "par excellence", Amun was the champ of the poor or and central to individual piousness. Amun was created, without father and mother, and inside the New Kingdom he the expression of transcendental divinity in Egyptian theology. Amun wasn't considered to be immanent creating nor was creation seen as an extension of him. Amun-Ra didn't physically engender the universe. Amun's ranking as King of Gods developed to the point of virtual monotheism where other gods became manifestations of him. With Osiris, He was the most generally recorded of the Egyptian gods .Amun was also widely in the border regions of Ancient Nubia and Libya.

Amun Ra
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Egyptian Gods and Goddess : Amun , Anubis , Aten , Atum , Bastet , Bes , Geb , Hapy , Hathor , Horus , Isis , Khepri , Khnum , Ma'at , Nephthys , Nun , Nut , Osiris , Ptah , Ra , Ra-Horakhty , Sekhmet , Seshat , Seth , Shu , Sobek , Tawaret , Tefnut , Thoth


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