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The Ancient religion of the Greek and Egyptians are both polytheistic as they worship multiple deiti

The Ancient religion of the Greek and Egyptians are both polytheistic as they worship multiple deiti

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Fernand Celestino 7815047 ICA#1 Page1 The Ancient religion of the Greek and Egyptians are both polytheistic as they worship multiple deities, unlike the Christian religion that is prevalent today that professes only one God. Each mythology house a variety in their pantheon are commonly the personification of concepts that they are attributed to; for example, Aphrodite of Love. Gaea of the Earth, and Ra of the Sun. Also, in this mythologies it is common to have a power struggle between gods; as the Titans overthrow their father Sky/ Uranus and Isis blackmailing Ra in order to obtain his true name. Another recurring theme between these mythology is incest. For example, Uranus fathered his mother’s offspring and Osiris and Isis are siblings. As per the creation of the Universe in Greek Mythology, all existence came from the Chaos a primordial force where primordial deities such as Gaea/Earth came into existence. Such
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