In the beginning, there was only darkness, and Rod was like a bud, trapped in the egg.
He cut the umbilical cord and separated celestial waters from the waters of the ocean, putting the land between them.
“Apedemak headed the ancient Nubian pantheon and together with the Egyptian god Amun, Apedemak was the most important deity in the period of the Nubian kingdom and the Kingdom of Meroe.
Our research could be quite astonishing because it appears that the building may have been dedicated to Sebiumeker.” What was his role?
This seems to be somewhat of an overstatement, but underlines his primary position within religious texts throughout Egyptian history.
It is sometimes proposed that the pyramids represent the rays of light extending from the sun and thus these great monuments connected the king with Ra.
“The site of Wad ban Naqa is one of the most important archaeological sites in the territory of the ancient Kingdom of Meroe.
Most of the structures that are located there, some of them were already archaeologically surveyed in the past.
He was often considered to be the King of the Gods and thus the patron of the pharaoh and one of the central gods of the Egyptian pantheon.
When freed from the egg, Rod continued with the creation.
Then he created a Mother Earth that entered the ocean. At the end of creation, Rod made celestial bodies, nature, and natural phenomena.
Slavic mythology – Like all people and all religions, Slavic religion too has a creation story. In modern Slavic languages, the word “rod” means “kin”, and “rozhenitsa” is “a woman in childbirth”.
When he gave life to the goddess of love, Lada, the shell was broken and love was spilled out (This way of creation of the Universe is very similar to the Big Bang).“Rod” just as similar to word “rozhanitsa”, is derived from the Common Slavonic root word meaning “birth”, “origin”, “kin”.