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Goddess Nut or Nuit: Egyptian Night Sky Goddess Banner
Goddess Noot Banner Goddess Nut or Nuit:
Egyptian Goddess of the Night
Top Quality Rayon Banner
35 inches high + 4.5 inch hanging loops 
x 20.5 inches wide

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Goddess Nut
(pronounced Noot)

In ancient times, after the twelfth month of each year and before the first day of the ensuing year, calendar makers inserted five days to permit the Goddess Nut to give birth to all of her children. (Maspero, Dawn of Civilization, p208.) 

Her name means "Night." Some of the titles of Nut were "Coverer of the Sky," "She Who Protects," "Mistress of All," and "She Who Holds a Thousand Souls."

Nut was the goddess of the sky and all heavenly bodies, a symbol of resurrection and rebirth. According to the Egyptians, the heavenly bodies would enter her mouth, traverse her skies and be reborn with dawn out of her womb. 

A sacred symbol of Nut was the ladder, used by Osiris to enter her heavenly skies. This ladder-symbol was called "maqet" and was placed in tombs to protect the deceased, and to invoke the aid of the god of the dead. 

She was the sky goddess, in contrast to most other mythologies, which usually have a sky father. Nut was also a protector from "all things evil" to those who sought her out.