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Depiction of Tut on the walls of the Rakote Temple Complex in Irkawa
Title Maker of Gods and Men
Honored in Arkhē, Arkhē Mumenhes, Arkhē Laboi

Tut is a god of reproduction and creation whose cult originated early in Ancient Irkawa's predynastic era. Tut is represented as a human with an erect penis which he grips in his left hand while holding a flail aloft. Tut is always depicted with pitch black skin as an indication of procreation's association with the infinite universe, life's emergence from the Primordial Waters, and the life-giving enrichment of humanity by the Sun God Mumenhes, except in rare instances when Tut is depicted in gold of which gods' flesh and body are thought to be made in Arkhē theology.

Tut is considered the aboiu or "soul" of Mumenhes due to his focus on fertility and reproduction. The two gods are often merged together as Tutmumenhes, in which state they are jointly referred to with the epithet, "The Maker of Gods and Men." Tutmumenhes can be just as easily divided again, after which Mumenhes is considered to retain his focus as Lord of the Universe, having temporarily set aside the ba or "vessel" of Tut's body which Mumenhes had inhabited during the procreative act. The cyclical recombination and division of Tut and Mumenhes is heavily associated with kingship and the royal family, as it is thought essential for the monarch to become possessed by the spirit of Tutmumenhes during sexual intercourse so that any child conceived will be a Son of God or Daughter of God, and therefore inherit the right and character of rulership.

In the underworld, Tut takes the form of a judgement god called Tūt who punishes homosexuals for their subversion of procreative processes.

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