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Egypt (エジプト Ejiputo?), also known as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a country located in Northern Africa.[1]

BackgroundEdit

The history of Egypt goes back as far as the 6th-4th millennia BCE, one of the longest among the world's countries. The civilization of ancient Egypt, forming around 3100 BC, was responsible for some of the earliest developments of key aspects of human civilization, such as writing, agriculture, urbanization, organized religion and central government. Egyptian Mythology was the mythology and religion of this culture. This civilization lasted for several millennia, eventually disappearing around the beginning of the Common Era, as Egypt was annexed by the Roman Empire.

In the past, Egypt has been visited by various European magicians who had reached a dead-end in their research and sought new material elsewhere to make a breakthrough, with various records on Egyptian Mythology left behind and Egypt being geographically convenient for them, positioned at the top of Africa.[2] Like many other magicians, Aleister Crowley traveled to Egypt and incorporated the names of Isis, Osiris and Horus into his concept of Aeons.[2]

In 1904, while in Egypt on his honeymoon, Aleister Crowley contacted the entity Aiwass using his wife Rose Edith Kelly as a medium and obtained secret knowledge which he would compile into the Book of the Law.[3][2]

ChronologyEdit

Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no IndexEdit

Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no Index SSEdit

Main article: Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no Index SS

Leep, the magician who targets Index Librorum Prohibitorum for her knowledge of the Book of the Dead, is Egyptian.[4]

Return to England ArcEdit

Following the temporary sealing of Coronzon and the evacuation of Academy City, Aleister and Kamijou Touma's group travelled through several countries on their way to the United Kingdom. In Egypt, they left Lilith Crowley in Mina Mathers' care.[1][5] Heaven Canceller later made his way to their location, after healing Kihara Noukan who subsequently accompanied him, in order to create a proper body for Lilith.[6]

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