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Hall of Two Truths: Ancient Egypt

Does anyone know what the proper ancient Egyptian name for the Hall of Truth, Hall of Two Truths, or Hall of Judgement is? This is the hall where a soul...

Asked on 08/29/2021

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Need translation for a Thor’s hammer pendant

I have a Thor’s hammer pendant that I bought years ago. I’m not sure what is written on it. A translation would be great! ...

Asked on 08/29/2021 by Wulfgar88

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Did Sif (the Norse Goddess) ever become a Warrior in mythology?

In modern recreations of the character (e.g. in the Marvel Universe), Sif is depicted as a Warrior, usually of Justice*), generally associated with the aspect(s) of Justice....

Asked on 08/29/2021

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Are there any examples of gods or people boasting of their ability to engage in multiple acts of sex in succession?

Are there any examples in mythologies of gods or people boasting about their ability to engage in multiple acts of sex (multi-orgasmic) in succession? I am looking for examples...

Asked on 08/29/2021 by Reb Chaim HaQoton

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Tubal-cain (תּוּבַל קַיִן) and Vulcan

In Hebrew, "B" and "V" are the same letter (ב), so without the "Tu", Tubalcain (תּוּבַל קַיִן) and Vulcan are very similar names.The French spelling is "Vulcain", which is...

Asked on 08/29/2021

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Ba'al-Pe'or outside of Jewish sources

In the Tanach, Ba'al-Pe'or was a Moabite deity used by the Moabites and Midianites to cause the People of Israel to sin with idolatry and immorality (...

Asked on 08/29/2021

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Examples of non-Homeric invisibility as clouds

Homer uses the trope of clouds of mist rendering a god or person unseen (even to people right next to them, in the daylight) a number of times throughout the...

Asked on 08/29/2021 by Daniel R. Collins

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Sheep that speaks the day of your death

I once heard a myth which went along the lines that somewhere in the North of England there was a sheep (or other animal) which, if approached at the correct...

Asked on 02/24/2021 by quantropy

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Who came first, Egyptian pharoah Horus-Aha 3100bc, or, Horus the Deity?

Horus-AhaHor-Aha (or Aha or Horus Aha) is considered the second pharaoh of the First Dynasty of Egypt by some Egyptologists, others consider him the first one and corresponding to Menes....

Asked on 02/10/2021 by user7122

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Was the moon god Libulan resurrected?

Libulan is a moon God of the Visayan pantheon. His story is roughly something like this:Kaptan is said to be the father of Lihangin, the god of the wind, while Magwayen sired the goddess...

Asked on 02/08/2021

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