Kristine Øjken

Kristine Øjken

Kristine Øjken
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Egyptian Goddess Symbols | Lexa Cain: Egyptian Gods

Egyptian Goddess Symbols | Lexa Cain: Egyptian Gods

Ankh, Djed pillar and 8 pointed cross appearing on an amulet Dutch national museum of antiquities, Leiden

Ankh, Djed pillar and 8 pointed cross appearing on an amulet Dutch national museum of antiquities, Leiden

Glazed djed pillar  Egypt, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC  Djed pillars were among the amulets most commonly placed on mummies. They were used to represent the abstract concept of stability. The pillars were also associated with the god Osiris and were said to represent his backbone.  The spell in the Book of the Dead associated with them calls out to the god: 'Raise yourself up Osiris! You have your backbone once more. O weary-hearted One; you have your vertebrae!'  British Museum

Glazed djed pillar Egypt, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC Djed pillars were among the amulets most commonly placed on mummies. They were used to represent the abstract concept of stability. The pillars were also associated with the god Osiris and were said to represent his backbone. The spell in the Book of the Dead associated with them calls out to the god: 'Raise yourself up Osiris! You have your backbone once more. O weary-hearted One; you have your vertebrae!' British Museum

The Temple of Isis – Egypt

The Temple of Isis – Egypt

1919 Ahmed Soliman Bottles

1919 Ahmed Soliman Bottles

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Ankh, Key of Life, Key of the Nile)

Ankh, Key of Life, Key of the Nile)

Egyptian Bronze Ba-Bird Figurine, Roman Imperial Period, 2nd Century AD harpy siren ruh soul

Egyptian Bronze Ba-Bird Figurine, Roman Imperial Period, 2nd Century AD harpy siren ruh soul

Un sogno italiano: octobre 2012

Un sogno italiano: octobre 2012