Seb

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In Egyptian mythology, Seb is a son of Shu and Tefnut and a god of fertility and the Earth. The Egyptians were unusual in this regard; in other mythologies, the Earth is usually represented by a goddess. Seb is one of the Ennead. He was associated with the goose and the colors green or black. Seb imprisoned the dead souls of evil men and women, keeping them from entering Heaven.

With Nuit, he was the father of Osiris, Isis, Horus, Set and Nephthys. With Renenutet, he was the father of Nehebkau.

Other names

  • Geb
  • Keb

References

  • Wikipedia. (2005). Geb. Retrieved on March 2, 2005.

Document Source

  • This page was originally sourced from Thelemapedia. Retrieved May 2009.