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The Goddess in Egypt

Sky Goddess Nut Nut From the World Mythology site. "With her mouth in the western sky and her womb in the eastern sky, Nut was the great facilitator of the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth as it played out in the heavens. When the sun, moon, and stars disappeared from the sky, it was often said that Nut had swallowed them. When they reappeared, she had given birth to them once more." Read more about the Egyptian goddess Nut.