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Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Anubis

Anubis is the Protector of the gates to the underworld, Osiris replaced him as the god of the dead. He looks like a man with the head of a jackal (a jackal is a scavenging and hunting animal, native to Africa, that is closely related to wolves). 295 more words

Various

The Uninterrupted Chain of Beings Ascending

(Copyright © Jack Cain 2016, text and images)

Jack: Because we’ve been working now for a long time it seems there’s a part that knows what needs to be let go of. 2,132 more words

Hypnosis

Gods of the Dead: A Comparison of Anpu (Anubis) and Ah Puch

Looking at how different cultures perceive death, we can start to understand how they embrace it. Especially when it comes to how they shape their afterlife, the gods who run it, and the roles those gods play in everyday life. 712 more words

Inspiration

Nessun's friend, Anubis

Nessun needed a companion in my estimation. I wanted a little more story from her. She has an Egyptian look to her and I had Cleopatra in mind when I made her. 328 more words

Art Doll

Breath of Life, Breath of Change (Guest Blog)

I wasn’t sure how to approach the subject of this post initially. His Nibs is standing by with a neutral expression, so no help there. For people who are unfamiliar with the inhabitants of my Shed, His Nibs (aka Anubis) is a regular visitor apart from the Trickster Hare. 996 more words

Breath

Top 5 Dogs From Myths and Legends

 

  1. Black Shuck

Rumoured to roam the countryside of East Anglia, the Black Shuck is one of many mythical dogs witnessed in the British Isles. This ghostly black dog is usually an omen of death and is frequently described as having large red eyes and shaggy black fur. 330 more words

Maha F

Hari ini, U-Turn Maha F didapati masih cuba mengulangi pembohongan lamanya, suatu perbuatan yang amat tidak sesuai dengan usia yang sudah hampir sebelum beliau pulang menemui Anubis, dewa kematian Mesir Kuno. 139 more words

What Da F***!!