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Colour Mirrors 9 Egyptian God Special Duals Created By Hayden Crawford and Melissie Jolly

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1. E1 Nun                     E1 Nun Dual

Description per Web: Nun, oldest of the ancient Egyptian gods and father of Re, the sun god. Nun's name means “primeval waters,” and he represented the waters of chaos out of which Re-Atum began creation.

2. E2 Amun-RA            E2 Amun-RA Dual

Description per Web Amun was one of the eight ancient Egyptian gods who formed the Ogdoad of Hermopolis. He was the god of the air & his consort was Ament (Amaunet). In Egyptian mythology, Amun was a mighty god.

Ra was one of the most important gods worshipped in ancient Egypt. He was the sun god & the creator of all other gods & humans. He was worshipped starting in around 2600 BCE & was a major part of ancient Egyptian religious life. In art, Ra was usually depicted as a man with a hawk's head

3.E3 Atum                   E3 Atum Dual 

Description per Web: Atum the Egyptian God of the universe, is at the center of the Egyptian Creation story. The story of the creation of the universe is a part of a larger story of competition & war between the gods. Atum is thought of as the ultimate creator since he created himself, other gods, and the entire universe.
4. E4             E4 Mut Dual
Description per Web: Mut is the Egyptian mother goddess. She married the sun god, Amun (later Ra), and mothered all creation. Some considered Mut to be the queen of heaven. Her main temple was located at Karnak close to the temple of Amun.

5.. E5 Hathor      E5 Hathor Dual

Description per Web: Hathor was one of the forty-two state gods and goddesses of Egypt, and one of the most popular and powerful. She was the goddess of many things: love, beauty, music, dancing, fertility, and pleasure. She was the protector of women, though men also worshipped her.

6. E6 Bastet             E6 Bastet- Sekhmet Dual

Description per Web: Bastet was the goddess of protection, pleasure, and the bringer of good health. She had the head of a cat and a slender female body. Bastet was the daughter of Ra, sister of Sekhmet, the wife of Ptah, & the mother of Mihos. Since 2nd Dynasty, Bastet was worshiped as a deity, most commonly in Lower Egypt!

7. E7 Matt           E7 Maat /Sekhmet Dual

Description per Web: Maat, in ancient Egyptian religion, the personification of truth, justice, and the cosmic order. The daughter of the sun god Re, she was associated with Thoth, god of wisdom
Description per Web: Sekhmet whose name means: “She who is powerful” or “the One who loves Ma'at” was the goddess of the hot desert sun, plague, chaos, war, and healing. She was created from the fire of the sun god Ra's eye when he looked upon Earth

8. E8 Tefnut        E8 Tefnut Dual

Description per Web: Tefnut was a goddess of rain, water, and moisture. She was also at times a lunar deity, associated with the cycles and power of the moon. As a water goddess in a desert civilization, Tefnut was more directly responsible for maintaining life than nearly any other deity

9. E9 Ptah           E9 Ptah Dual

Description per Web: Ptah ancient Egyptian god of creation. He was chief deity of the triad of Memphis deities that included his wife, Sekhmet, & their son, Nefertum. It’s said that Ptah created the cosmos, first creating himself out of the void then creating the physical universe to live in.