In Egypt, Sekmet (Sekhmet, Sakhmet) in the form of lion is the destructive version of Hathor. Sekhmet (F) Egyptian Lion headed Goddess of Vengeance, Battle and punisher of the damned in the underworld. She is also the goddess of female sexual heat. She is a member of the Great Triad of Memphis, the wife of Ptah (discoverer of fire) and the mother of Nefetum ( the egyptian equivalent of the Greek Prometheus) Cited from Sekhmet 1 Sekmet was the daughter of king Daksh and one of the daughters of Dionysius and consort of Zeus. She was slain by lightening when Zeus granted her request of visiting her in all his glory.