Isis GoddessIsis is the most famous god of entire Egypt and she was the sister of Osiris, Nepthys and Seth, and the proud daughter of Nut and Geb. She was also the affectionate mother of Horus, the famed child! Symbolized as the woman, she is wearing vulture-like headdress and a permanent solar disk interspersed with a pair of horns. She is also fond of wearing double crowns of North and the South, adorned with the well-known feathers of Maat or a pair of ram’s horns. As the proud wife of Osiris, she was always eager to assist her husband. In fact, she brought the dead Osiris back to his life, so that he could make her pregnant to give birth to her son Horus. Isis is also the vital link between the earthly people and the heavenly gods. Living Horus is the almighty pharaoh and he is visible as suckling Isis’ heavenly breasts. Isis protected and preserved Horus when he was a child; his mean uncle Seth always wanted him dead. Isis is also a great magician and her magical skills were the folklore of the entire country; she created the first cobra and extracted its venom to cajole Re to reveal his secret name. Isis is also a god known for her role in providing life and food to the deceased.

Apart from being the greatest of all Egyptian goddesses, she was also a highly beneficial goddess and a dear mother, whose kinship encompassed all living creatures. She also represented the entire woman folk with her love and affection. Strangely, her worship spilled over to the far way borders of England too!


The goddess Isis (the mother of Horus) was the first daughter of Geb, god of the Earth, and Nut, the goddess of the Overarching Sky, and was born on the fourth intercalary day. …”

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The Powers of Isis

Isis, one of the most recognized and celebrated goddesses in Egypt, was not a simple woman.  Not only was she the sister of Osiris, but she had to become his lover in order to give birth to Horus, her son.  She is frequently associated with being a goddess of motherhood, magic, and fertility as a result.

Isis’ Many Faces

Isis was also a goddess who was tasked with protecting the dead and with watching over children in many  magic spells.  She is also considered to be the ideal wife and mother to all, while also being a patron of nature for the world.  Isis does not limit her magic spell power to those that are rich or who already have what they need.  She listens to the poor, to those in pain, and to those who are desperate in their lives.

The Tears of Isis

Isis is not without her own sorrow, it is said.  She cried many tears when her husband died and some say this is why the Nile continues to flood to this day, as her tears filled the river. Osiris’ death and rebirth is a part of many magic spells by Isis and with her presence.  All that dies can be reborn once more, she seems to tell us.

The Magic of Isis

A magic spell with Isis is one which can be simple, but powerful. Her serene presence and her dedication to all people allows her to listen to the woes of people, while also bringing hope.  She is known as the Queen of Heaven, the Mother of all Gods, and the One Who is All.  Isis helps the crops to grow with her fertility powers, just as your own seeds can begin to grow with her guidance and assistance.

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The powers of Isis are many, a magic spell with her on hand grants the person the ability to birth into being their greatest wishes.

Correspondences of Isis

  • Sacred Animals: Snakes, Cows, Crocodiles
  • Gemstone: Bloodstone
  • Color: Black, blue
  • Element: Water
  • Metal: Silver
  • Planets: Moon, Earth, Uranus
  • Zodiac: Virgo
  • Plants: Vervain, Myrrh, Fig
  • Celebrations: Birthday of Isis, Ostara, Yule
  • Offerings: Isis likes milk, flowers, honey, incense and candles

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