|Title(s)|| God of Evil|
God of Chaos
|Consort||Nephthys, Tawaret (some accounts), Anat, Astarte|
|Parents||Geb and Nut|
|Sibling(s)||Osiris, Isis, Nephthys|
Set (Ancient Greek: Σήθ (Seth), alternatively spelled Seth, Setesh, Sutekh, Setekh or Suty) is the god of chaos, evil, the desert, and foreigners in Egyptian mythology. Set is the brother of Osiris, Isis and Nephthys. As well as the son of Nut the sky goddess and Geb the god of the earth. Regarded as the Lord of Lower (Northern) Egypt, Set was represented by a big-eared imaginary animal with red hair, resembling a donkey or maybe an aardvark. The Greeks associated Set with their god, Typhon, a personification of a huge mostrous storm and Disaster.
Murder of OsirisEdit
Set was most famous for the murder of his brother Osiris, specifically cutting him into pieces and tossing them into the Nile, before Osiris then awoke again.
Symbols of SetEdit
Set was the symbol of drought, perversity and famine. He was feared most Egyptians but was an image they had to come to terms with, seeing as some Chaos will come around in ones life.