God Heh

God Heh Hieroglyphic Name

God Heh
God Heh was the god of infinity and formlessness. He was showed as a bowing man enduring two palm pokes fun in his hands, for each one of which done with a tadplole and a shen ring. This shen ring was a established symbol of infinity. The palm ribs were symbols of the transition of time, in the temples they were serrated to record cycles of time. The tadpole was a hieroglyph that was the number 100,000. The realize of Heh himself was with his arms grown was the hieroglyph for the come one million.

God Heh was a member of the Ogdoad of Hermopolis. He and his consort Hauhet together were the views of formlessness and endlessness that went in the population anticipatory to the Creation. In Hermopolis, he was described as a snake.