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Isis, the Graeco-Egyptienne serpent goddess descended from Nammu/Tiamat

Isis, the Graeco-Egyptienne serpent goddess descended from Nammu/Tiamat

The ancient Egyptian god of the sun, son of Osiris and Isis, represented as having the head of a hawk.

The ancient Egyptian god of the sun, son of Osiris and Isis, represented as having the head of a hawk.

Sun Worship Sphinx representing Orion.  Older , higher dimensional beings came from there. Seed planters.

Sun Worship Sphinx representing Orion. Older , higher dimensional beings came from there. Seed planters.

Symbolic frieze with ankh (cross with a handle) and was sceptres, Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom-Ombo. Egyptian Civilisation, Ptolemaic Period.

Symbolic frieze with ankh (cross with a handle) and was sceptres, Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Kom-Ombo. Egyptian Civilisation, Ptolemaic Period.

Heluan Ka-palette Helwan Early 1st Dynasty Cairo Museum

Heluan Ka-palette Helwan Early 1st Dynasty Cairo Museum

The Djed, Ankh and Was Sceptre

The Djed, Ankh and Was Sceptre

First Chamber: Nefertari's Tomb   Djed Pillar

First Chamber: Nefertari's Tomb Djed Pillar

THIS URAEUS: was discovered by Petrie in 1920 during his work around the Pyramid of Senwosret II at Lahun.The rearing cobra know as a Uraeus,a symbol of royalty,worn at the forehead.This piece was thus likely part of a headdress or crown.It is made from gold w/ additions of precious stones. It was believed that the Uraeus was the Goddess Wadjet of Upper Egypt in the form of a cobra,+that it would spit fire at enemies. CairoEgyptianMuseum-Uraeus of Senwosret II-12th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom.

THIS URAEUS: was discovered by Petrie in 1920 during his work around the Pyramid of Senwosret II at Lahun.The rearing cobra know as a Uraeus,a symbol of royalty,worn at the forehead.This piece was thus likely part of a headdress or crown.It is made from gold w/ additions of precious stones. It was believed that the Uraeus was the Goddess Wadjet of Upper Egypt in the form of a cobra,+that it would spit fire at enemies. CairoEgyptianMuseum-Uraeus of Senwosret II-12th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom.

AN EGYPTIAN AGATE SCARAB -   LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, CIRCA 664-332 B.C. -   Naturalistically modelled with finely striated wing-case, strap loop on the underside  1¼ in. (3.2 cm.) long

AN EGYPTIAN AGATE SCARAB - LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, CIRCA 664-332 B.C. - Naturalistically modelled with finely striated wing-case, strap loop on the underside 1¼ in. (3.2 cm.) long