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Hurghada, Egypt

Hurghada, Egypt

Assuan Egypt

Assuan Egypt

az EGYIPTOMI nyaralóhelyek BIZTONSÁGOSAK a Külügyminisztérium szerint is! részletek: http://konzuliszolgalat.kormany.hu/afrika?egyiptom #egyiptom #külügyminisztérium #utazás

az EGYIPTOMI nyaralóhelyek BIZTONSÁGOSAK a Külügyminisztérium szerint is! részletek: http://konzuliszolgalat.kormany.hu/afrika?egyiptom #egyiptom #külügyminisztérium #utazás

Egyptian Scarab Necklace - CUSTOM Made to ORDER - Bead Embroidered Necklace, Statement Necklace, Collar Necklace

Egyptian Scarab Necklace - CUSTOM Made to ORDER - Bead Embroidered Necklace, Statement Necklace, Collar Necklace

Heka literally means activating the Ka, which is the aspect of the soul which embodies personality. Egyptian beliefs held that activating the power of the soul was how magick worked.

Heka literally means activating the Ka, which is the aspect of the soul which embodies personality. Egyptian beliefs held that activating the power of the soul was how magick worked.

Bastet, the feline goddess of Ancient Egypt, is beloved as a protector and mother. Within the Egyptian pantheon she is the fierce protector of the two kingdoms, shown often as a lion. Bastet was also revered as a motherly goddess, and often depicted alongside her kittens. In Egyptian culture, Cats were highly revered, and a families often had them mummified when they passed, with those of wealth even decorating their cats in gold jewelry and jewels. Here Bastet is shown as a royal feli…

Bastet, the feline goddess of Ancient Egypt, is beloved as a protector and mother. Within the Egyptian pantheon she is the fierce protector of the two kingdoms, shown often as a lion. Bastet was also revered as a motherly goddess, and often depicted alongside her kittens. In Egyptian culture, Cats were highly revered, and a families often had them mummified when they passed, with those of wealth even decorating their cats in gold jewelry and jewels. Here Bastet is shown as a royal feli…

A painting of an Egyptian priestess or queen wearing the vulture crown of Nekhbet. This piece was the cover of Gnosis magazine around 1992.

A painting of an Egyptian priestess or queen wearing the vulture crown of Nekhbet. This piece was the cover of Gnosis magazine around 1992.

The parentage of Anubis himself is sometimes unclear. Some versions credit his father as Ra, while others state He was sired by Seth, the adversary of Horus and His Father, Osiris. The identity of Anubis' mother also varies from tale to tale and region to region. Some folklores tell that Anubis was born to Bastet, while others indicate it was instead Hesat. In versions involving Osiris as His Father, Anubis' mother is Nephthys; Wife and Sister of Seth.

The parentage of Anubis himself is sometimes unclear. Some versions credit his father as Ra, while others state He was sired by Seth, the adversary of Horus and His Father, Osiris. The identity of Anubis' mother also varies from tale to tale and region to region. Some folklores tell that Anubis was born to Bastet, while others indicate it was instead Hesat. In versions involving Osiris as His Father, Anubis' mother is Nephthys; Wife and Sister of Seth.

Mummy of Ramesses II (Ramesses or Ramses the Great 1303 BC - 1213 BC). His advanced age at death (over 90) is evident in his features.

Mummy of Ramesses II (Ramesses or Ramses the Great 1303 BC - 1213 BC). His advanced age at death (over 90) is evident in his features.

Egyptian Jackal Anubis Leather Mask by B3leatherdesigns on Etsy, $150.00

Egyptian Jackal Anubis Leather Mask by B3leatherdesigns on Etsy, $150.00