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MUT which means mother, was an ancient Khemitian/Egyptian  mother goddess with multiple aspects. The English word mother was derived from the hieroglyph "mut." Mut is associated with the waters from which everything was born through.The hieroglyph for Mut's name was that of a
white vulture which the ancients believed were very maternal creatures. Vultures have no markings for male or female and so the ancients believed all were female who conceived there offspring by the wind herself.The temple in Karnak was a central temple where her statue contained her real Ka (spirit).WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU: The Neter Mut is a beautiful expression of the power of the Divine Feminine Principle, loving, nurturing and soaring to great heights spiritually.