The Egyptian Ram headed Water Spirit god Khnemu

The Ram headed god Khnemu or Khnum also had his worshiping centers at Elephantine island temple (Abu = Elephant) in Aswan where is found the first Nile River Cataract, located in the temple of Isna south of Luxor or Ancient Thebes.

Although in Isna is accompanied by other female deities, at Elephantine god Khnemu makes a Sacred-Triad together with the Goddess Satet or Satis and Anqet or Anukis. Since, Khnemu in this Temple is accompanied by two different goddesses than as it is Isna temple, which are goddess Neith, a goddess associated with hunting like Satet and Anqet, which, as well is a Lion-headed goddess associated to goddesses Sekhmet or Bast. Goddess Satet ay Elephantine Temple wears a horns-headdress, is showing that this deity was associated with goddess Isis or Hathor and Sept (the goddesses related to the star Sirius or Sothis (Greek name) and Planet Venus, as well). Goddesses names, change, but their attributes remain the same.

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