Origin: Egyptian mythology
Thoth could be considered one of the most important gods in the Egyptian pantheon, representing wisdom and divine intellect. He has numerous forms which conveys a different aspect of his being.
As the scribe of all gods, he is credited with authorship of science, religion, philosophy and knowledge. One of his forms, a man with the head of a bird, he is the lord of time who measures the days and seasons. He is believed to have invented the calendar, and without his words the gods themselves would not exist.