Horus the Elder is a sky god. In some variations of the myth, he is the son of Geb and Nut, making him the brother of Osirus, Set, Isis, and Nepthys. Indeed, in some specific versions of the myth, Horus is Set's twin brother, thus forming a light/dark, day/night dichotomy. Horus the Elder is typically depicted as human with a falcon head. It is said that his right eye was the sun and his left eye was the moon. He once got into a terrible fight with his brother Set, and Set gouged out his left eye. The moon then became the dominion of the god Thoth.




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