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The Ancient Egyptian Goddess Isis..the very epitome of femininity!
Found on the Sarcophagus of Amenophis II,
The hieroglyphs surrounding her read:
"To open the eyes and make bright the face"
Isis is the feminine archetype for creation, the goddess of fertility
and motherhood. She has gone by many names and played many roles
in history and mythology, as goddess and female creator.
The goddess Isis was the first daughter of Geb, god of the Earth,
and Nut, the goddess of the Overarching Sky.
Isis was born on the first day between the first years of creation,
and was adored by her human followers.
In the Book of the Dead, Isis was described as
She who gives birth to heaven and earth,
knows the orphan, knows the widow, seeks justice for the poor,
and shelter for the weak.
She is known as the the goddess from who all Beginnings arose,
and as the Lady of bread, of beer and of green fields. Ancient Egyptians
believed that the Nile flooded every year because of her tears of
sorrow for her dead husband, Osiris.
Some of Isis' many other titles were:
Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Gods, The One Who is All,
Lady of Green Crops, The Brilliant One in the Sky,
Her Latin name was Stella Maris, or Star of the Sea, Great Lady of
Goddess of Magic, Fertility, Nature, Motherhood, Underworld,
Mistress of the House of Life,
She Who Knows How To Make Right Use of the Heart,
Light-Giver of Heaven, Lady of the Words of Power,
Moon Shining Over the Sea.
The Ankh, symbol of life or eternal life was associated with water,
the sustainer of all life. One theory suggests that the ankh represents
the sun crowning over the horizon, the path of the sun from east to west
(with the loop representing the Nile), or that it is a combination
of the male
and female symbols of Osiris (the cross)
and Isis (the oval) respectively, and therefore signifies
the union of heaven and earth.
The Eye of Horus, one of the most common amulets of ancient Egypt,
is associated with regeneration, health, prosperity, the esoteric
and the occult.
Horus was the son of Osiris and Isis.
His right eye was white representing the sun while his left eye was
black representing the moon. According to Egyptian legend Horus lost
his left eye during a fight with his murderous uncle, Seth, to revenge
his father's death. Seth tore out his nephew's eye but lost the fight
because the assembly of the gods declared Horus the victor.
The eye was reassembled by the magic of Thoth. Then Horus gave
the eye to Osiris who experienced rebirth in the underworld.
The Sacred Scarab is the Ancient Egyptian
Symbol of Resurrection.
A solar barge (also solar bark, solar barque, solar boat, sun boat)
is a mythological representation of the sun riding in a boat.
Women playing various musical instruments are depicted here
on the wall art of ancient Egypt
Ancient ducks, geese, birds nest with eggs and a butterfly
adorn this wall art from Ancient Egypt.
Ducks, geese and other birds are shown nesting in the
marsh here on the wall art of ancient Egypt.
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