Naunet

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In Egyptian mythology, Naunet (or Nunet) is the goddess of the primordial, watery abyss of the underworld and one of the Ogdoad. Her name means “Abyss.” Naunet was pictured as a snake or as a snake-headed woman. Sometimes Naunet was thought to have given birth to Ra and Thoth. However, occasionally she was considered to have been created by Thoth. She was married to Nu.

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References

  • Wikipedia. (2005). Naunet. Retrieved on 03/01/2005.

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