";s:4:"text";s:3776:" Most were generally benevolent but their favor could not be counted on. She was usually depicted as a woman bent over Earth with her head in the West and feet in the East. Kek's female form is known as Kauket. He was represented in many different forms, but was most often represented in male human form, shown with an erect penis which he holds in … In Egyptian religion, Tefnut (alternate spellings Tefenet, Tefnet) is a goddess with a connection to moisture. She was the daughter of Shu, god of vital breath, and his wife Tefnut, goddess of heat. Tefnut, Goddess of Moisture and the Moon, and Dryness and the Sun by Caroline Seawright November 26, 2001 Updated: December 6, 2012 Tefnut (Tefenet, Tefnet) was the lunar goddess of moisture, humidity and water who was also a solar goddess connected with the sun and dryness (more specifically, to the absence of moisture). Tefnut (Tefenet, Tefnet) was the lunar goddess of moisture, humidity and water who was also a solar goddess connected with the sun and dryness (more specifically, the absence of moisture).
She was sometimes depicted as a celestial cow. The offspring of these two are Nut, the sky and Geb, the earth. Some gods were spiteful and had to be placated. Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. Together with Shu, the god of air, Tefnut is one of the twins who were the first born of Atum. See more ideas about Egyptian, Ancient egypt and Egyptian goddess. She was the daughter of the creator god, mother of the twin sky and the earth deities and the 'Eye of Ra' as well as a creative force as the 'Tongue of Ptah'. According to ancient Egyptian mythology, Nut (pronounced “newt”) is the goddess of the sky and heavens. Over millennia the trees and vegetation of Egypt and North Africa were cut down to provide food, fuel, transport and shelter. Tefnut is the Egyptian goddess of rain, dew, moisture, and moist air. When Tefnut was worshipped the landscape of Egypt and North Africa was totally different. Tefnut (Ancient Egyptian: tfnwt) is a deity of moisture, moist air, dew and rain in Ancient Egyptian religion. Heh – Personification of infinity and a member of the Ogdoad; Kek – The god of Chaos and Darkness, as well as being the concept of primordial darkness. Ancient Egypt was a land of rich farmland, vast grasslands and savannah when Tefnut was a popular Goddess.