God Ra

God Ra
God Ra or Re, R  was  the  senior  solar  deity  of  the  ancient  Egyptians,  whose  rage  at Heliopolis, or  Hermopolis Magna, got in the Early Dynastic Period. R was the near standard  solar  deity  of  Egypt,  and  his  cult  united many  of  the  properties  and  mythology  of  various  other temples. Ra looked on the ancient pyramidal stone in the phoenix hall at Heliopolis, as a symbolisation of rebirth and positive feedback. Re cult related itself with material profits:  health,  children,  manliness,  and  the  portion  of  the nation. Representing the sun, the cult was rooted in the raising prospects of nature and light.

The sun was addressed Khepri at dawn, Ra at noon, and deity Atum at night. As Atum the God was showed as a human with  a  double  crown  upon  his  head.  As  Khepri  he  considered the form of the sacred relieved. As R the god was showed as a man with the head of a falcon, overcome by the cobra and the Uraeus. He was also discovered with Horus, then  called  R-Horakhty,  R-Horus.  In  this  figure he was the horizon dweller. At dawn Ra discovered the sky  in  his  solar boat, visited  the  Boat  of  Millions  of Years, accompanied by lesser divinities of his train.

The God Ra looked in the form of Atum in the creation  myths  taught  at  Heliopolis.  Ptah is  suspect  to have determined the egg out of which Ra arose. In the other cosmologic or creation stories of Egypt, R was depicted as rising as a Lotus flower from the waters of the abysm. In turn he begat Geb, the earth, and Nut, the sky. Of these were born Osiris, Set, Isis, and Nephthys. The mounting and declining of the moon was the monthly restoration of the Eye of Ra by the deity Thoth. This eye, alongside the Eye of Horus, grown one of the holiest symbolizations of ancient Egypt.

God Ra was the Real King, as Osiris was the Dead King. During the Old Kingdom the conception of the kings taking  the  powers  of  Ra  took source. The kings  went  the corporal  sons  of  the  deity, a construct  that  would  continue endless throughout Egyptian history. Even Alexander III the great afterwards  he  inhibited  Egypt  with  his Greek forces journeyed to the Siwa oasis in the Libyan desert to  be  took  as  a  son  of  the  deity  R  and  be  given  the powers  of  the  true  pharaohs  of  the River Nile.  During  the  New Kingdom the deity Amun was agreed to Ra to get the most powerful deity in Egypt

Other features of Ra:

Relationship of Ra to other gods
The Role of Ra
Ra as Creator