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A hieroglyph of Set.

Ancient Egyptian god of the South desert winds and storms. Variously described as the brother of other gods such as Horus (sometimes his enemy), he is depicted with the head of what is called, due to its unknown character, 'The Set Animal', somewhat resembling an Aardvark.

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A statue of Set in a museum.

Organizations such as the Temple of Set designated this god as the actual entity behind what is called 'Satan' and pursued a quasi-Satanic alternative movement based on their own interests and this appropriative re-embedment.