This Egyptian Goddess list reflects the importance of nature and it's cycles on Egyptian society.
She eventually absorbed the roles of many lesser Goddesses.
Those wishing to invoke her help doing magic or attracting love leave of mead, honey, meat and more.
Samael also has more noble roles within the literature, but the darker, more Satanic connections are probably what was of import here.
She is both darkness and light—birth and death.
Most often people see her as a dark goddess because she is a psychopomp one that guides souls to the other side , but often we forget she is also a goddess of childbirth and maternity which is her light aspect.
And she was known to have a temper and a lustful appetite unparalleled by any other woman of the time.
She is a practitioner of magic with an aptitude for manipulating reality to suit her desires.