Meskell writes: One may envisage a priest or priestess coming and collecting the offerings and then replacing the baskets, some of which have been detected archaeologically.
The god Re, however, disagreed: he said that delivering the hieroglyphs to humanity would cause them to contemplate their memory and history through written documents rather than relying on their actual memories passed down through generations.
There the oracles took place and the priests answered petitions" Evidence shows that Ankhesenamun later married Ay, before disappearing from history.
A third key site for the followers of Osiris was Biggah Senmet. Much of what is known about Tutankhamun today derives from the discovery of his tomb in This was important throughout one's life and remained equally significant after one's death since, in order to progress on toward an eternal life of bliss, one's heart needed to be lighter than a feather when one stood in judgment before Osiris.
All three of these works deal with how the soul is to navigate the afterlife.