Which Egyptian Deity Are You?

 The ancient gods of Egypt are still remembered to this day. They were complicated and strange deities, with each its own history, responsibilities, wisdom and shape. Answer these 10 questions to see which of these ancient gods may match you in spirit...
 
Which of these things is most important to you?
Power
Justice
Rule of Law
Nature
The Economy
Self-Sacrifice
 
Pick the animal you feel drawn to
 
How do you see death?
As the end of all things
As a new beginning
As a great mystery
As part of the cycle of life
 
You find yourself given a project along with seven other people. What role will you play?
I will probably take the lead
I will be quiet and hidden
I will carry the weight for those who can't or won't
I will be a disruptor to break their mundane thinking
 
Which power is the strongest?
The power of giving birth
The power of taking a life
The power of wisdom
The power of judgement
The power of leadership
 
What would you like to happen to you after you die?
Nothing. I want complete oblivion.
I would like to live forever in the paradise I believe in
I would like to reincarnate and live another life
I would like to become a spirit and roam the world
I would like to become a demigod or god of some kind
 
What kind of power do you covet the most?
I'd like to have power over other people
I'd like to have the power of money
I'd like to have the power of growing anything I wanted
I'd like the power of reincarnation
I'd like the power of spreading light and radiance
 
Pick the photo you think as the most glorious
 
Within a social group, what role do you play?
None. I don't like groups. I'm a loner.
The social leader
The quiet one
The one who gives the best advice
The one who mothers the others
 
What are your thoughts of the relation between justice and vengeance?
Justice is moral while vengeance is immoral
Justice is slow while vengeance is fast
Justice and vengeance are the same thing
Justice is for humans. Only the divine can truly judge and deliver vengeance
 
Pick an Image that symbolizes LIFE
Osiris
 
Osiris was the god of fertility, agriculture, the afterlife, the dead, resurrection, life, and vegetation - a busy god. Classically, he is seen as a green-skinned god who has a pharaoh's beard, is partially wrapped like a mummy and wearing the symbolic atef crown, holding a symbolic crook and flail. Through the hope of new life after death, Osiris began to be associated with the cycles observed in nature. <br><br> Like Osiris, you are a constant source of renewal. You always find more love, kindness and imagination within you, like a spring that never goes dry. You love creativity, you feel as though you are a part of nature and the great cycle of life and humanity. You love animals and nature and in your heart of hearts you hope for an everlasting life after this one.
Isis
 
Perhaps the most important goddess of all Egyptian mythology, Isis assumed, during the course of Egyptian history, the attributes and functions of virtually every other important goddess in the land. Her most important functions, however, were those of motherhood, marital devotion, healing the sick, and the working of magical spells and charms. <br><br> Like Isis, you put great stock not only in family, but in self-sacrifice. You are always happy to help shoulder someone's burdens and offer help. In fact, we're willing to bet you've put other people's best before your own many times before. You feel a deep connection to nature and to the cycles of life and death it represents. You are also deeply spiritual, and there is, inside you, a place of wonder and magic you will never let go of.
Anubis
 
According to legend, Anubis would weigh the heart of the deceased against the 'Feather of Truth'. If the heart was 'heavy with evil', it would weigh heavier than the feather. If the person was pure of heart, it would be lighter than the feather, buoyed by goodness. More than any other deity, Anubis is associated with the transfer from life to death, the judgement of your life and everything to do with tombs, graves and the underworld itself. <br><br> Anubis is a fascinating deity in the Egyptian pantheon. He seems to take too much on himself, like perhaps you do. He is most concerned with defending those that cannot be defended - the dead, and keeps watch over graves and cemetaries. Like him, you respect the cycle of life and death, and you find that your opinion carries much weight with others, so you try to give it carefully and when it's needed. You have done a lot in your life, and you're not shy about sharing your lessons.
Thoth
 
Thoth was a deity of scribes and intellectuals. He was said to have been born from the skull of Set and the heart of Ra. According to legend, Thoth was the voice of Ra, the mightiest god, translating his indomitable will into words and commands. <br><br> Like Thoth, you have a great admiration for intelligence and logic. You know there is no problem that cannot be solved with some early thinking and pondering. Such is the way of all things, whether they be science, relationships or your work. You pride yourself on your sharp mind and wish nothing more than to develop it instead of losing it to boredom. That is why it's improtant you keep yourself stimulated as often as possible.
Horus
 
Horus is the son of the god Osiris and the goddess Isis. He is usually depicted with the head of a falcon. Horus was an extremely important god, and the Eye of Horus, also known as Wadjet or Udjat Eye, is a powerful Egyptian symbol of protection, wellbeing, and royal command. His right eye represents the sun while his left represents the moon. <br><br> Like Horus, you believe in the rule of law, justice and that the world must be protected from those who wish to destroy our society. Your goal is equilibrium; you want to heal, to reset, to return things to their natural place. This is a good attitude towards life, but what happens when change is necessary? Sometimes bending is better than breaking, and people like you must learn that before they commit to hopeless actions.
Amun-Ra
 
Amun-Ra is a little bit like a Zeus of the Egyptian pantheon. He is by far the most powerful. He used to be two separate gods: Amun and Ra, but around 11-16th centuries BC, he became one powerful entity. <br><br> Like Amun-Ra, you are a natural leader. When you speak, others listen, and if they don't, they often end up missing out on the most important part of the conversation. Like Amun-Ra, you bring light with you to any room you enter. You immediately take over as social leader, make people laugh and make sure everyone's having a good time. When someone is hurt or a fight breaks out, you are the first one there to arbiter between the two parties. In other words, you often put yourself at risks you don't have to. Remember that next time...
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