Osiris, as one of the main gods of ancient Egypt, in addition to the God of the underworld, also holds several positions, such as the God of water, the God of land and the God of reproduction and fertility. Osiris has a high status in Egyptian mythology and is even considered to be the successor of the God of La. In the story of God, Isis is ambitious, sinister and vicious, and framed the father of the gods. However, in addition to doing evil, Isis is also an important fertility god with her husband Osiris. There are many legends about the couple in Egyptian mythology.
It is said that when Osiris was born, a voice came from heaven that he would become the Lord of all things. Later, as predicted, after God RAH abdicated, he handed over the rule of the earth to Osiris, who became the ruler of Egypt. At that time, the Egyptian people were still in a backward and barbaric state. Osiris formulated a set of laws to quell the frequent wars between tribes and make Egypt a unified and peaceful country.
Isis was the queen of Osiris. She collected wild barley and wheat and gave them to her husband. So Osiris began to teach humans how to reclaim the land, sow grain, plant fruit trees, and make the wasteland grow plants for human consumption. In this way, the Egyptian people gradually lived a happy life. As a God, Osiris was responsible for the water, land and plant growth of the Nile.