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Thoth

Thoth was the god of learning and art in Egyptian Mythology. (PROSE: The Fall of Yquatine) He was also widely considered the God of Time, although it was Ra's Ship of a Billion Years which symbolised time, and consequently, Ra was sometimes viewed as the God of Time instead. (AUDIO: The Ship of a Billion Years)

In The Legend of Horus, Isis spoke spells she learned from Thoth to awaken Osiris. (PROSE: The Sands of Time)

A story in Book of the Dead told that Thoth removed one of Horus' eyes as they were clouded by Sutekh's storms. He then returned it cleansed and without defects. The cleaned eye represents the sun and the dimmed eye represents the moon. (PROSE: The Spindle of Necessity)

In esoteric tradition, Hermes Trismegistus was the god Thoth. (PROSE: The Ghosts of N-Space)

The Time Lord Jane Templeton was worshiped as Thoth. (PROSE: False Gods) The Great House member Mortegathoth vel-Dvora was known as Thoth and was revered as the "ape-headed" god of time by the Egyptians. (AUDIO: The Ship of a Billion Years)

The planet Jallafillia was run by the Church of Saint Thoth who killed kids with red hair. (PROSE: Christmas on a Rational Planet)

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