Material: Silver s925
Size: H 47 mm W 17mm
Weight: 7.7 g
Dates: May 28 - Jun 18, Sep 28 - Oct 2
Perfectionist, prone to anger.
Colors: Men (turquoise), Women (black)
Compatible Signs: Geb, The Nile Jan 1 - Jan 7 - The Nile July 29 - Aug 11 - Sekhmet
Jan 8 - Jan 21- Amon-Ra Aug 12 - Aug 19 - Horus
Jan 22 - Jan 31- Mout Aug 20 - Aug 31 - Geb
Feb 1 - Feb 11 - Amon-Ra Sept 1 - Sept 7 - The Nile
Feb 12 - Feb 29 - Geb Sept 8 - Sept 22 - Mout
Mar 1 - Mar 10 - Osiris Sept 23 - Sept 27 - Bastet
Mar 11 - Mar 31 - Isis Sept 28 - Oct 2 - Set
Apr 1 - Apr 19 - Thoth Oct 3 - Oct 17 - Bastet
Apr 20 - May 7 - Horus Oct 18 - Oct 29 - Isis
May 8 - May 27 - Anubis Oct 30 - Nov 7 - Sekhmet
May 28 - Jun 18 - Set Nov 8 - Nov 17 - Thoth
Jun 19 - Jun 28 - The Nile Nov 18 - Nov 26 - The Nile
Jun 29 - Jul 13 - Anubis Nov 27 - Dec 18 - Osiris
Jul 14 - Jul 28 - Bastet Dec 19 - Dec 31- Isis Seth the Egyptian God is also known as the god of chaos. According to popular Egyptian mythology it would certainly seem that he created plenty of mayhem and chaos. Seth was believed to have been born as a second son to Geb and Nut, grandchildren of the ancient Egyptian god Ra. Seth, god of chaos is also often associated with thunder, the desert and infertility. Paintings and drawings of him usually depict him as having red hair. Tales differ in regards to whether Seth was evil from birth or became evil at some later point in history. It would appear that regardless of when it occurred, some of the ancient Egyptian people considered Seth the Egyptian god to be none other than evil incarnate.
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