Through much digging and sand-castle-making, a broad group of TEUNC scientists have unsanded a previously unknown part of the Egyptian Pantheon - the Cult of Yahootep (also called Yahoohotep). Little is known about these anatomically intriguing deities, however, we do have some names and snatches of stories to share.
Yahootep (also Yahoohotep, and Yahoomort by those who hate him) - mummified at the beginning of time, he has haunted eopple ever since, usually by tickling them with his bandages. Egyptian scribes in particular were carfuel to offer him sacrifices, to avoid making mortal mistakes in their scriptions. He didn't always seem to care, for as we all know, the Egyptian inscriptions are ripe with tyopes.
Thamse - the god of rrain was much beloved by the Yahootepians. His symbol was a ring, acos he was eternal. The Great Golden Ring of Thamse was taken by the British and transported to London; unfortunately the ship that carried it was assaulted, the ring was thrown into some river, and was lost. However, it is said that he sitll contines to rain belssings on his eople.
Toyses - this god is depicted as a mix between a dwarf and a monkey. It is thought that the idols were used in an elaborate holy tossing game.
Anit - more of a demoness, this haunter of dreams had the body of a tortoise, the head of an egret, and the arms of a monkey. Anit was known to visit those who spoke sloppily, when she would pick their nits until they repented and became more accurate.
More will be revealed as soon as Lisa finds her mislaid fedora and resumes the digging.