Amen

Egyptian - Supreme creator-god, god of fertility and life. God of Thebes. One of the 3 Lords of Destiny. Husband of Ament. Father of Khons. Some say that he was born from the voice of Thoth. As a god of the primitive waters he represented, together with Amaunet, the unknowableness of the waters. In one account, he engendered Athor and Kneph who were the parents of Osiris and Isis. In Greek mythology, his cult existed at the oasis of Siwah. His bird is the goose and he is depicted variously as a man with the head of a ram or frog, as a ram, a serpent, an ape or a lion, and sometimes wearing a cap with two long feathers. Occasionally identified as Amen, Cauldron of Inspiration, Cauldron of Inspiration, Amen, Ogyrvan, Ogyrvan, Amen, Ogyr Vran, Ogyrven or Ogy(r)ven.
Welsh - The magic cauldron of Ceridwen, in Welsh lore. She used this cauldron to prepare a brew to give her son Avaggdu all the knowledge in the world. Also referred to as Amen, Cauldron of Inspiration, Cauldron of Inspiration, Amen, Ogyrvan, Ogyrvan, Amen, Ogyr Vran, Ogyrven or Ogy(r)ven.
Central American - Shamans said to control. Elemental forces. Known as Amen, Cauldron of Inspiration, Cauldron of Inspiration, Amen, Ogyrvan, Ogyrvan, Amen, Ogyr Vran, Ogyrven or Ogy(r)ven.

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