Egyptian

NUT

An Egyptian Goddess:

Night | Sky | The Enclosure


Origin:

Nut, already a primordial deity herself, is said to be the child of Shu and Tefnut


Purpose:

She is the personification of the enclosure of stars around us, which the Egyptians believed to be a hard physical shell, and her brother Geb, the masculine element, is trapped inside; the figure of Geb being shown pinned in place by Nut in depictions.


Etymology:

It's been proposed that the term Nut is what's come down to us today in the commonly identifiable sense due to the legendary mother deity figure, Nut, having entrapped Geb, the seed, within her enclosure. Though any firm truth behind the pronunciation of any aspect of ancient Egypt's spoken language is notoriously hard to come by due to the lack of vowels in their surviving written language.


Offspring:

She had five children (in thanks due to a trick played by Thoth on the moon, as mentioned below). Isis, Set, Osiris, Nephthys, and Plutarch.

 

 

 

 

 

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