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Shhh! Seshat is the world's oldest librarian, and you know she can hear you chewing that gum while you do your homework. She's also the world's oldest accountant and the world's oldest architect. If Thoth can teach it, Seshat, the ancient Egyptian goddess of knowledge, can do it. She's a builder and a thinker, and her specialties are math and science. In her second job as divine reporter and historian, Seshat writes down everything that happens on the leaves of a tree in Ra's courtyard, so he can catch up with the news during his morning walks. Sounds like a pretty important gig.
Seshat ("female scribe") or Sesheta ("secrets")
Lady of Builders, Mistress of Libraries, Ms. Know It All, Babe the Builder, The Seven-Horned
Khmun (Hermopolis Magna)
Chief Knowledge Officer
Personally tutored by Thoth, the god of wisdom. He also happens to be my boyfriend.
People who write in books
In a relationship with Thoth
"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."
Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand
We Didn't Start the Fire by Billy Joel
Back to the Future
Books, books, and… did I say books?