The Egyptian myth of Isis and the seven scorpions-PART 2
Updated: 11/2/2020
The Egyptian myth of Isis and the seven scorpions-PART 2

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  • Returning where they were already turned into humans and stayed to sleep in the house of a noble lady who gave them what she could. . . . . . . . .
  • The scorpions were infuriating by the rich lady of such rudeness and decided a scorpion all had the combination of the other poisons.
  • The scorpion went to the mansion and went into a room where he saw a child, so the scorpion nailed his sting where all his poison was.
  • Isis was sleeping in the straw with her son but suddenly there were some crying and she was the rich Woman Iris knew she was passing by. Isis realized that the scorpions poisoned the son of the rich as revenge so she became a goddess again to save the child by saying all the names of the scorpions and asking that the poison not spread.
  • When the rich woman realized who healed her son, she told her that in apologies she would give her all her wealth, as well as the humble one was shocked by who I let through her door.
  • They say that since then cures for scorpion poisons have been manufactured and when the person was cured, the words Isis said to heal the child were said. The end
  • The End