Daemons and Protective Deities of the Egypt Centre

The word ‘daemon’ generally means good spirit or demi-god; those living being who are not easily categorised as humans, nor animals, nor gods with cult centres. Often the way they look symbolised their characteristics and otherness. It is important to realise that in ancient Egypt, daemons could be good, bad, or indifferent. The trail starts in the House of Death, before moving upstairs to the House of Life.
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