|"Once again, we return."|
Thoth probably joined the Pantheon sometime in the early 1830s. He was killed under suspicious circumstances in Paris, by an ape that took his heart.
Thoth had the head of a raven and wore a red jacket.
Thoth is the Egyptian god of knowledge. He plays many roles in Egyptian mythology, being the inventor of reading and writing, and all written works are attributed to him. He serves as scribe to the gods and is often considered an arbitrator, associated with the judgement of the dead. In this role, he appears as an ape, and weighs the heart of the deceased against a feather.
- Thoth is based on Edgar Allan Poe. The circumstances of his death are inspired by The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart and The Murders in the Rue Morgue.