Hathor ascended with Ra and became his mythological wife, and thus divine mother of the pharaoh.
Raet or Raet-Tawy was a female aspect of Ra; she did not have much importance independent of him. In some myths she was considered to be either Ra's wife or his daughter.
Ra had two children Shu, the god of air and Tefnut, the goddess of morning dew. They had two children named Nut, the goddess of the sky and Geb, the god of earth.
Hathor was one of the goddesses who played the role of the Eye of Ra. This role was also tied to her position as a goddess of motherhood. Symbolically, Ra entered Hathor every day, impregnated her, and she gave birth to the sun every dawn. This sun had a feminine aspect, the eye goddess, also a form of Hathor.
When the snake bites Ra, only Isis can save him, but she does this only when Ra reveals his secret name to her. He does this on condition that she reveal it only to her son Horus.
Ra could also take the guise of his fierce daughter, Sekhmet or his loving daughter, Hathor. He moved the sun across the sky as the beetle Khepri and brought it back through the underworld on a mythical barge.
According to legend, when the goddess Isis was pregnant with Horus, she had to hide from her brother Set because he was hungry for the throne, even killing her husband Osiris to usurp it.
Horus of Khem, Harsiese and Horus the Elder (sky gods) are cited in different texts as being their father. As sons of Horus of Khem, the Four were linked with Khem (Letopolis), a place of storms, flint and meteoric iron.
Hathor was married to Horus-Behdety and had a son called “Ihy,” who was the god of dancing and music.
Among the first and oldest gods, Ra has existed for eternity. He brought all creation to life and in addition to creating many gods, he brought to life two sons: Osiris and Set.
Isis is part of the Ennead of Heliopolis, a family of nine deities descended from the creator god, Atum or Ra. She and her siblings—Osiris, Set, and Nephthys—are the last generation of the Ennead, born to Geb, god of the earth, and Nut, goddess of the sky.
For example, Isis' reason for poisoning Ra is sometimes because Ra (the sun) is too close to the earth and burning people up, so she tricks him to help others. In another version, Isis poisons him to get the power needed to either make her husband, Osiris, king of Egypt, or to miraculously give birth to her son Horus.
Definition. Ra (also given as Re) is the sun god of ancient Egypt. He is one of the oldest deities in the Egyptian pantheon and was later merged with others such as Horus, becoming Ra-Horakhty (the morning sun), Amun (as noonday sun), and Atum (the evening sun) associated with primal life-giving energy.
In an act of auto-procreation, Ra created his children Shu and Tefnut. Shu was the god of the air, while Tefnut was the goddess of mists.
When the breath of life was strong and ready, the entity called Atum decided it was time for Creation to begin. An island emerged from the water to support this divinity, who manifested itself in the form of Ra, the sun god of Egypt.
Unis is lord of semen, who takes women from their husbands to the place Unis likes according to his heart's fancy. The origin of his name, Sbk in Egyptian, is debated among scholars, but many believe that it is derived from a causative of the verb "to impregnate".
Horus was often the ancient Egyptians' national tutelary deity. He was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man wearing the pschent, or a red and white crown, as a symbol of kingship over the entire kingdom of Egypt.
Isis was the sister and wife of the god Osiris, ruler of the underworld. It is said that she and Osiris were in love with each other even in the womb. Isis was also the mother of Horus, the protector of the pharaoh.
Osiris's murderer, his brother Set, usurps his throne. Meanwhile, Osiris's wife Isis restores her husband's body, allowing him to posthumously conceive their son, Horus.
In ancient Egypt, Ra (the Sun) was born of a virgin mother, Net; Horus was the son of the virgin Isis. The Phrygo-Roman god, Attis, was born of a virgin, Nana, on December 25.
Horus was the son of Osiris and Isis, two of the nine primeval gods of the Egyptian Ennead. The story begins when Osiris reigned on earth and married his sister Isis.
Muscle weakness is commonly reported by patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Intrinsic muscle weakness is important in the underlying mechanisms of muscle weakness associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
One of the most powerful gods from the ancient legends, God Ra, is an ancient Egyptian deity of the sun. During the Fifth Dynasty, Ra became one of the most important deities in Egyptian civilisation. People identified him with the noon-day sun.