The study of divinity in ancient religious perceptions introduces us to the reality of the impact of the sacred, which is full of stories of gods and mythological worlds, in the formation of the traits of religious consciousness and in the explanation of the beginnings of creation and of the eschatological ends of the world, which makes us close to the question of the immortality of man after death, this idea could be the reason for the existence of religion.
This impact of the sacred has opened to religious consciousness significant interpretation spaces revealing how one of the religious groups represents the truths of their common religion and eschatological beliefs despite the differences between them. This justified the interest of these ancient religious beliefs in the rituals of salvation, even if they were based on the same eschatological conception, namely immortality after death.
There is no doubt that these ritual practices, although they express a form of communication between humans and the world of the gods, are at the same time the supreme expression of the purpose of human existence, be it to appease the Gods and avoid their wrath, or to obtain ways of salvation and deliverance from this world, which is an acknowledgment of what man disputes about the impulses of good and evil connected with the sin and salvation. We find these facts in the idea of Emancipation in the Brahmin religion, the conception of Nirvana in Buddhism, the Zoroastrian Law of Faith, and the law of Just Reward for the dead among the Egyptians. All these conceptions are the foundations of faith for these doctrines of salvation and as an expression of the sacred, it directs the gaze of believers to the real problems of man and his individual and social behaviors, these behaviors find their highest expression in all binding legislation and ethical systems oriented towards behavioral education and the instructions of the wise...