The 3 Frogs in Revelations and the Frog-Cult in Egypt By Andre Austin The frog appears to have been worshipped in primitive times in Egypt as the symbol of sex, generation, birth and fertility in general. The frog-goddess (heqet) was identified with hathor. The great antiquity of the cult of the frog is proved by the fact that each of the four primeval gods Heh, Kek, Nau and Amen is depicted with the head of a frog, while his female counterpart has the head of a serpent. The frog-god and the frog-goddess were believed to have played very prominent parts in the creation of the world. According to Harapollo 9i.250 the frog typified an imperfectly formed man because it was generated from the slime of the river, whence it occasionally happens that it is seen with one part of a frog, and the remainder formed of slime, the animal would be left imperfect,; the half-formed creatures referred by (Diodorus i. 10) seem to have been frogs” –see The Gods of the Egyptians volume 2. P.378-379 In a previous essay (I can prove 3 Jesus Christ in the NT). In Revelation 1 of the three frogs was referred to in a derogatory manner. Joe Atwill makes this frog who was exposed naked as Titus and was linked with 666 because he was commoningly known as a second Nero. Plus Titus Greek name was Teitan and it did equal 666. We know that Titus battle with the Jews he suffered a permanent injury to his arm and his father Vespassian suffered a near fatal wound to his foot but it heal producing the pun and analogy as the beast who suffered a wound to his head but it healed. In the four gospel this gave the NT writer the ideal to recreate Vespassian miracle of healing a blind man by spitting in his eye from ancient Egyptian literature. Well I’m trying to get to another point. The number 6 was considered incomplete or imperfect while the number 7 was perfect and complete. So it seems interesting Titus was linked with a fog suffering a life-long injury 666 and sexual immorality with young boys now being exposed in mark 15 and in Revelations.