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Seeking refuge from hostile Medusa, he fled to the House of Life, where Horus and Isis were gathering. He asked if he could join the Egyptian pantheon.
When Horus heard Zeus's request to join the pantheon, he went to the bedroom where Serapis was sleeping.
Horus zapped Serapis awake, and questioned him about his ideas. Serapis, being a Greco-Egyptian deity himself, didn't have an objection to the request.
But Ra, old and tiring, opposed this. Ra, old and tiring, has refused to rise in his glory out of the under-world until Zeus's request is rejected, and many of the immortal gods side with him.
I am Bast Mnemosyne, goddess of cats and goddess of memory. I am Bast; and I am Mnemosyne.
As Mnemosyne, I have founded a school on Olympus, but even there, the gods of Greece argue about the fate of Zeus. As one of the campers at Mnemosyne Academy, you hold the fate of Ma'at in your hands.