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The Real Cult of Isis or The Cult of Greg is a religion based on Isis and Negus Nagast Gregory II, two of the main goddesses of the religion, whose worship spread throughout Ethiopia becoming official on the 18 of June 2021. It is based in the Cult of Isis practice by old Nile kingdoms in real life.


History

When TearlessMist308, (Abba Gada Negusa Nagast Gregory II of Ethiopia) first joined the server, he was building and expanding the city. Abba Gada Negusa Nagast Gregory II of Ethiopia was digging some sand and terraforming the land near the claims when he saw a burning bush that moved. With a lot of curiosity he followed the burning bush across the vast desert, suddenly the burning bush finally converted to dust and ashes. He was so exhausted and hungry about the long walk that he made for nothing. When he decided to return back home, the flaming Lion of Judah called him. He was so scared that he didn’t move, but the voice said that he only need to calm down, Gregory II did what the voice asked. The voice presented like Isis, a goddess that came to the world that explain his eternal fight with the evil forces, she explained that he needed a person that is the chosen one to completed her mission and she chose Twomoo1119 to lead her crusade. But this had been a mistake, Twomoo1119 had accepted her offer and turned to the dark side destroying Africa. Isis said that Gregory II should lead Africa and return her to a good path and he will rule a vast empire from north to south establishing peace and unity in the Africa. Finally, the Lion of Judah disappeared by the fire and he decided to return to the city. He told the story to Negusa Nagast JackJackson who decided that Gregory should lead this Holy Crusade to save Africa and made Gregory II Negusa Nagast of Ethiopia.

Religious Buildings

Obelisks

Two obelisks have been built in honour of Gregory II and Isis. Negusa Nagast Gregory II stele is the largest one at the height of 36 blocks and stand tall over the city of Addis Ababa.

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