FEATURE IN APP :1. Support all languageif you have google translate in your phone, you can easily hold a tab in article and translate to your language from app.2. Favorite You can mark your favorite article and open it in Favorite form. make a better way to read egypt mythology.3. Last ReadIn the top right of main menu, you can find one icon with a clock refresh, just click the icon to open the last content you have read.4. Share Content To your FriendShare what you see to your friend with just one click.5. Remove AdsYou can remove ads by watching a video so you can read the mythology without adsMore than 80++ gods and goddest you can find in the app.TRY THE BEST WAY TO READ EGYPT MYTHOLOGY NOW :)Egyptian mythology is the collection of myths from ancient Egypt, which describe the actions of the Egyptian gods as a means of understanding the world. The beliefs that these myths express are an important part of ancient Egyptian religion. Myths appear frequently in Egyptian writings and art, particularly in short stories and in religious material such as hymns, ritual texts, funerary texts, and temple decoration. These sources rarely contain a complete account of a myth and often describe only brief fragments.Inspired by the cycles of nature, the Egyptians saw time in the present as a series of recurring patterns, whereas the earliest periods of time were linear. Myths are set in these earliest times, and myth sets the pattern for the cycles of the present. Present events repeat the events of myth, and in doing so renew maat, the fundamental order of the universe. Amongst the most important episodes from the mythic past are the creation myths, in which the gods form the universe out of primordial chaos; the stories of the reign of the sun god Ra upon the earth; and the Osiris myth, concerning the struggles of the gods Osiris, Isis, and Horus against the disruptive god Set. Events from the present that might be regarded as myths include Ra's daily journey through the world and its otherworldly counterpart, the Duat. Recurring themes in these mythic episodes include the conflict between the upholders of maat and the forces of disorder, the importance of the pharaoh in maintaining maat, and the continual death and regeneration of the gods.*****Disclaimer/Legal Notice*****We do not own any of these materials in this app. We made this app to help people reading Egypt Mythology easier, if there is any trademark or copyright violation that does not follow within the Fair Use, please contact us and we will take action immediately.