It's fascinating how ancient civilizations have left behind a legacy that continues to captivate us to this day. Egyptian mythology, in particular, has always held a special place in my heart. The stories of gods and goddesses, the intricate rituals, and the complex belief system are all sources of endless fascination for me.

Growing up with an abusive mother who blamed me for the death of my brother was not easy. I learned early on to be submissive and let others push me around. It wasn't until Spector became my alter that I found some semblance of strength within myself. And it was through our shared love for Egyptian mythology that we bonded even more deeply.

Working at the museum gift shop has allowed me to immerse myself in this ancient world on a daily basis. From replica artifacts to books filled with myths and legends, every item tells a story waiting to be uncovered.

One of my favorite tales is that of Osiris, Isis, Set, and Horus - a family drama full of betrayal, sacrifice, resurrection, and ultimate triumph over evil. The symbolism behind each character speaks volumes about human nature - our desires for power and control but also our capacity for love and redemption.

As I delve deeper into these stories during quiet moments at work or late nights at home reading by lamplight...