As the god of the earth, Geb was god of the crop. For this reason he was sometimes depicted in green colour with flowers growing from his body. God Geb was often depicted lying beneath bent body of sky goddess Nut as well. In Myth about Heliopolis' creation were Geb and Nut the children of god Shu and goddess Tefnut. They were lovers, who their father Shu (air god) separated violently. God Geb was also depicted with human body, sometimes with erected phallus.
Occasionally Geb wore red crown of Lower Egypt, but more often he had his head decorated with white goose. Therefore his daughter Isis could be descripted as "Goose egg". She had - as well as Shu - negative relationship with Geb. This situation was reflected in funerary religion, she was allegedly able imprison the deads in their body. Earthquake was descripted as "Geb's laughter".
|Geb the illustrations in two (left bent body lying under the sky goddess Nut)|