'Sutekh' Chapter

Sutekh

The god of frontier towns in the Egyptian empire and started out as the primary deity of the southern kingdom of Egypt. Unlike the other neter or gods, Sutekh / Set is not linked to an identifiable natural animal. Instead, he is represented by the typhonic beast. Set is a god of storms as well as of gold and progress and foreigners.

The path of Set would involve progressive thinking, open social interaction, avoidance of partisan politics, and strong individualism.

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