Thoth was a god in ancient Egypt who had the head of an ibis and was born from the lips of Ra at the beginning of time. He was the god of the moon, writing, magic and wisdom and the master of balance.
Thoth played games with the Khonsu the moon because Nut (The goddess of the sky) couldn't bear children. In the games Thoth asked for 1/72nd of light ( which equaled 5 days) and won. During the 5 days Nut gave birth to 5 children.
Thoth played many vital roles such as maintaining the universe.
Thoth played a crucial role in the design of many famous pyramids .
Thoth is credited with creating the 365 day calendar.
Thoth's chief temple was located in the city of Khmun, later called Hermopolis. Thoth was described as wise, fair and equal. Thoth's story is spread through historical texts, movies, books, videos, and stories.