God Baal

God Baal
God Baal was a God of Thunder, earlier from western Semitic. This god was worshipped in Egypt from the 18th dynasty of the New Kingdom. His name Baal likewise spelled as Baal. Baal just way "Lord or Owner". Sometimes, god Ball was named Reammin, meaning Thunderer, or Aleyin, thinking Most High, Mightiest, Most Right or Excellent. His coming into court portrayed as man standing with a straight beard of Syrian style, hard a horned helmet and carrying weapon in his up hand such as a sword, a nine made from a cedar tree, or a thunderclap.

According to myth, Baal was the son of a senior northern Semitic god, Dagan. He was killed by the deity of death, Mot but he was resurrection by his sister or fan Anat, the severe war goddess.

As the God of thunderstorms, he was known to be a rider of clouds, most open during storms but was also took to be a lord of heaven and earth, even finding earths richness. He was also given various titles such as Most High Prince/Master, Vanquisher of Warriors, Mightiest, Most High, Excellent, Strong, Puissant, the Warrior and Prince, Great of the Earth.

He is a famous god at Memphis and other different areas. His cult center was established for him at Baal Saphon good Tanis in the north Delta of Egypt.