Today’s pair of gods from Ancient Egypt are Djehuti (also called Thoth), the scribe of the gods, and Hapi, the god of the river Nile. Djehuti is the record keeper for all that mankind does. He works with your dreams, both while you are asleep and while you are daydreaming. Hapi lets you know that all this creativity does not come easy. Like the Nile, there are times there is almost no flow, and at other times there is a torrent that floods the land. They both encourage you to take advantage of that flood of creativity when it comes, and store up ideas where it is a drought.