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Amulet of Collar of Gold (Usekh-t)

Amulet of Collar of Gold (Usekh-t)

The Amulet of the Collar of Gold is also called The Collar of Pectoral (Usekh-t). It was tied to the neck of the deceased and provided an immense strength and power to free oneself from the surrounding swathing. It also provided freedom from all fetterings about the...

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Amulet of the Vulture

Amulet of the Vulture

The Amulet of the Vulture (Ner-t) possesses the extreme powers of Isis, and it acts as the divine mother that provides protection for the dead and deceased. On the day of the funeral the Amulet of Vulture was tied around the neck to give the dead the strength and...

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Amulet of the Pillow

Amulet of the Pillow

This rare amulet is in the shape of a pillow or head-rest and placed under the neck of the mummy within the coffin. Its main purpose is to lift and protect the sensitive head of the deceased in the Other World and to prevent  the decapitation of their heads. The...

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Amulet of the Tet (Djed)

Amulet of the Tet (Djed)

The Amulet of the Tet symbolizes the resurrection of Osiris and is a symbol of rebirth, new life and hope. It is the oldest symbol of Osiris and considered the counterpart of the ankh symbol.  The word tet means preservation, balance, firmness and stability. It has...

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Amulet of the Buckle – Knot of Isis (Tyet)

Amulet of the Buckle – Knot of Isis (Tyet)

The Knot of Isis  looks similar to and represents the girdle of Isis. It is also known as the Girdle of Isis, the Buckle of Isis, the Blood of Isis., and as the tjet or tjed. The origin of the Knot if Isis is not known. It is often translated to mean welfare or life...

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Amulet of the Scarab (Kheper)

Amulet of the Scarab (Kheper)

A Scarab is a unique insect that influenced the entire Egyptian civilization for many thousands of years. In fact, the basic idea of using a scarab as an instrument of amulet goes as far back as the time of the building of the Pyramids in the early Egyptian times. It...

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Amulet of the Heart (Ieb)

Amulet of the Heart (Ieb)

In ancient Egypt, the heart meant the seat of power and the life. It was also the source of both good and the bad, and in many cases, it mentioned the conscience part of the mind. The heart was a too precious thing to loose and people guarded it with a strong sense of...

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The Story of Re

The Story of Re

Ancient Egyptian Creational Myth In the beginning, before there was any land of Egypt, all was darkness, and there was nothing but a great waste of water called Nun. The power of Nun was such that there arose out of the darkness a great shining egg, and this was Re....

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The God: Thoth

The God: Thoth

Thoth is the ultimate god of wisdom, knowledge and learning; he is a self-created god during the beginning of creation along with goddess Maat. Two of them produced eight children, the most important among them being god Amon. Thoth is an accomplished writer and the...

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The God: Sobek

The God: Sobek

A crocodile god of the ancient, oasis city of Arsinoe always wanted plenty of water to survive and thrive.  He is also known as Sobk, Sochet, Sebek, and Sobki. Besides being the God of Crocodiles, Sebek is also the great God of the Nile, the Military and Fertility....

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