Other Me's

My other identities ...

Mahet/ Master Mahet

In the beginning, there was the university. They stole my name, “Markus Heitz”, and rebuilt it into a great computer identifier for the university computer network. While today, four letters and four numbers are slapped together artlessly, they did some tender crafting back then. This is how MAHET was born as an abbreviation of MArkus HEiTz. I liked it. I only added the “Master" after gaining the eponymous degree – for now I was a true master worthy of carrying that title.

G. I.

Some nice folks gave me that moniker because I was the first of our circle of friends to have to go to the military.

Poolitzer, Mortva Nesreca

Characters from my books whose names I use as forum nicks.


I owe this chat nick to my predilection for black tea from the eponymous region in India. Once, another chatter asked whether I was a Turkish female ... *sigh*

Other Mahets (fakes of course), found on the internet ...

1. Kerri was born in the state of eastern Daas, in the country of Esium. Her father Mahet was the Maze keeper of Cabal – a land poised on the edge of the Suraanese Empire. Cabal had been designed to fend off any land attack by Suraanese forces; its land turned into a perfect battleground filled with trenches, pits and other nefarious traps. As a daughter of Mahet, Kerri spent much of her childhood in Cabal's underground maze. Traitors, prisoners and Suraanese invaders would be teleported into the maze by Lord Araith of Cabal. It was Mahet's duty to rearm and service all of the maze's deadly traps. Suffice as to say, Kerri learned a lot about instruments of torture and death. The Daasin people were never ones for tact.

2. Sravasti has two villages, Sahet and Mahet. From the Balrampur-Sravasti road one can enter Sahet, which is spread over an area of 400 acres and has a number of ruins. A little north of Sahet, towards the Rapti River, is the ancient fortified city of Mahet. The entrance to the mud fortification of Mahet is constructed in a beautiful crescent shape. Though an ancient structure, its five gates and walls are still visible. Pakki Kuti, Kuchhi Kuti and many other stupas tell the story of the great monasteries that once stood here.

3. Welkom op de website van Mahet. Vanwege problemen met de juiste server zijn wij op dit moment nog niet in staat de goede layout van de website aan u te tonen. Binnenkort zult u kennis maken met de complete website. Onze excuses.

4. The most peculiar element in this Samaritan cult theology, of course, was the offspring that the ancient Egyptian “Tefnut-Mahet” hypostasis has engendered-the Ennoia. (20) It is necessary to review for a moment the Egyptian prehistory of this feminine dimension in the godhead. The association of Tefnut with Mahet is as ancient as are the Coffin Texts. (21) In later Egyptian times the goddess Mahet, as a personal manifestation of justice, right, rightness, order, and truth has been brought into companionship with Thoth, the masculine patron of knowledge and scribalism. She has become the feminine associate of Thoth. Some kind of reconciled male-female relationship, such as was supposed to exist between Mahet and Thoth, appears also to have stood as model for the theology and soteriology of Simon Magus. But there was another important dimension to divine womanhood-already embryonically present in traditional Egyptian religion. It went beyond the intellectual virtues expressed by the personification of Mahet. Isis, as mother of Horus and member of the Heliopolitan Ennead, represented divine womanhood in Egypt like no other goddess. She did so generally under the guise of her anthropomorphic ba, wearing a horned headdress. As the Enneadean goddess nearest to humankind, Isis embodied the basic function of feminine creativity as well as confidence. In offbeat traditions she did so even to the point of self-sufficiency in procreation.

5. In the Netherlands, we do so in cooperation with the MAHET, short forMaatschap Acute Hulpverlening Education en Training”.

6. Marie, born Mahet, entered the Dominican order of Flavigny-sur-Ozerain in 1861 after studying at the seminary in Dijon.

7. Montsorel, Mahet “Maud”, Birth: 1185 Lincolnshire, England, Gender: Female, Family: Marriage: ABT 1210 Lincolnshire, England