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The Egyptian Afterlife is known as the Land of Two Fields.
It is the Egyptian equivalent to Heaven, where there is only happiness.
The Egyptians had a process that needed to be done before you would enter the Afterlife.
First, the body was washed with wine.
The brain was removed through the nose, and all organs except the heart were removed and placed in jars.
After 70 days the body was wrapped in linen and placed in a sarcophagus.
The soul then split into 2, one which watched over the family of the person, and one that would enter the Hall of Maat to have the person's heart weighed.
If the person's heart was lighter than a feather, then they were able to enter the Afterlife, where they would live in happiness for the rest of eternity.
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