God Atum

God Atum
God Atum was one of  the  earliest  deities  in Egypt,  an  earth  god  also  called  "Tum",  deity Atum existed  alone  in  the  getting  of  time,  floating  inert  in the  watery  chaos  of Nun or  Nu.  A  self-generating  deity, open also of self-impregnation, his name meant Completed One. Atum raised alone on the site of his temple at Heliopolis.

A 20th  Dynasty  (1196-1070  B.C.E.)  papyrus that was replicated in the Ptolemaic Period (332-30 B.C.E.) nations that Atum developed alone, placing of the chaos of Nun. He engendered the gods Shu and Tefnut. They created Geb and Nut, who begat Osiris, Isis, Set, and Nephthys. These  gods  processed  the  Ennead of  Heliopolis, joined by Horus or Ra. For this reason Atum was named "the plural of the plural".

In the Old Kingdom period (2575-2134 B.C.E.), Atum was related with the cult of Ra, idolized as Atum-R. He was drawn as a man hard the double crown of Egypt and having a royal scepter and the Ankh. Atum was a work of the deity Ra as the setting sun, and he also come out  as  a  mongoose. The  creator  of  all  of  the  Nile deities, Atum was later connected with cults of Ptah and then Osiris.