In Egypt, a rather unique relationship developed between humans and Nephilim. After The Great Compromise, even though Nephilim began to hide their themselves, and their very existence fell into legend, the Egyptian priesthood saw the value in the Nephilim’s wisdom and power. Known as the Pact of Menes, they allowed, even encouraged, Nephilim to incarnate into their Pharaohs. This allowed the priesthood to uphold the divine nature of their leaders.
Only the innermost circle of the priesthood, called the Pharonic Brotherhood new of this relationship. They worked to both maintain this relationship as well as act as a balance of power in case any Nephilim Pharaoh became too powerful. This fact came into play when the radical Pharaoh Akhenaten openly defied the ancient pact and tried to undermine the power of the priesthood. This ultimately lead to all out war that ended in the destruction of Akhenaton and his replacement by his son Tutenkamen.