Shu

Chinese - Emperor of the Southern (some say. Northern) Seas. He is manifest in the lightning that pierced Chaos to form the universe. Occasionally called Shu, Emperor of the Southern Seas, Emperor of the Southern Seas, Shou, Shou or Shu.
Egyptian - God of the air. Son of Atum (Ra) or Khepra. Husband and brother of Tefnut. Father of Geb and Nut. He was created when Ra spat on the gound. He separated the earth (Seb) and sky (Nut) by pushing them apart. In some accounts he became the supreme ruler when Ra returned to the heavens and, when he himself became old, Geb seized the throne and took his mother as consort. In some accounts he became a dual god with Anhur while others identify him with Ra Harakhta. Also commonly identified as Shu, Emperor of the Southern Seas, Emperor of the Southern Seas, Shou, Shou or Shu.

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