Ancient Egyptian Mummification and the Afterlife
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It was believed that in the afterlife, the Akh, or supernatural powers, would begin a journey to the Hall of Judgement.
In the Hall of Judgement, Anubis, god of Death, would weigh the person's heart against the feather of Ma'at, goddess of order and justice. The heart would weigh more as the person had committed more crimes.
If the heart was heavier, the Gobbler, a much feared Egyptian monster would eat the heart.
If the heart was lighter, the person would live in Osiris's paradise, an Egypt-like paradise.
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