God family

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A depiction of the Ennead, the nine god family of Heliopolis, Egypt, home of the Heliopolis creation myth, which is the most-influential and dominate god family and creation myth ever.

In religio-mythology, god family (LH:5), aka “paut” (Egyptian)[1], refers to a family or group of gods, related according to the specific creation myth of a given city, state capital, or country, generally centered around one supreme god, e.g. Ra-Atum of the Egyptian Ennead, or chaos of the Egyptian pantheon[2]; or, alternatively, a god family can be found headed by a male and female god pair, such as Nun (god) and Naunet (goddess) in the Egyptian Ogdoad. God family can be as small as three or included a dozen or more divine family members.

Theta | Theos | Thermo-dynamics

The word "theta", which has a numerical value of "9", in the Greek numbering system is symbolic or code for the Ennead of Egypt. The isopsephy sum of the letters of theta equals "318", which is the same isopsephy value of the word "Helios", the Greek sun god, and the root of the city named Helio-polis (Heliopolis), aka Anu (Egyptian), the home of the Ennead god family. The symbol of theta is the Greek letter "Θ", sound "Th-", which is the hieroglyph of the Egyptian sun god. The letter / symbol "Θ" is the root letter of of both theos (god) and thermodynamics (science of heat, work, and energy), aka "ΘΔics" (Maxwell, 1878).

References

  1. Paut – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Egyptian pantheon – Hmolpedia 2020.

External links

  • God family (redirect → Kamisama Kazoku) – Wikipedia.
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