Shu is the egyptian god of winds and air. He keeps winds blowing to enforce Ra's punishment against his own children, which are Nut, the godess of the sky, and Geb, the god of the Earth. Shu keeps them apart. Legend says that if Shu lets his children meet again, it will bring chaos to the universe.
Shu always seems to be exhausted and wears an ostrich headress, carries an ankh, the symbol of life, and has windblown hair.