The Origin Of The Pharaohs
The word “Pharaoh”
was originally used to refer to the royal palace in ancient Egypt.
This word was first used in the 18th Dynasty in 1539-1292 and was adopted as a sign of respect by the 22nd Dynasty of the ruling family.
The Egyptians were believed that the pharaoh was the mediator between them and the gods,
while the Pharaohs were the first to be crowned.
After death the pharaoh becomes the goddess of death,
and the Son crowns The Pharaoh’s divine situation is depicted as being able to kill his enemies through the serpent on the crown,
and his ability to crush the thousands of enemies on the battlefield,
and he has the power with his hands, that is, that he is able to kill his enemies.
He can control nature and change it to suit it.
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