The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health. The eye is personified in the goddess Wadjet. It is also known as the Eye of RA.

The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health. The eye is personified in the cobra goddess Wadjet. It is also known as the Eye of RA.

In Egyptian mythology Horus is the hawk-headed god who was born to Isis. He and she are often shown in statues in a way echoed much later by those of Mary with the baby Jesus. Like Jesus, Horus is the product of divine conception.  The Eye of Horus was a symbol for resurrection, power, protection and health!

Eye of Horus by Anita Inverarity - In Egyptian mythology Horus is the hawk-headed god who was born to Isis. The Eye of Horus is a symbol of resurrection, power, protection and health.

Eye of Horus tattoo that I had already found and wanted but I made the mistake of showing it to my sister who stole it and pinned it before I could -_-

Interest tattoo ideas and design - Seahorse Tribal Tattoo Stencil. If you want to make a tattoo, look how it looks from other people!

The point is: The story! What are the stories tellin you, thru ages, eras, cultures, times? The truth is inbetween the lines and YOU are the book! Those who have ears, let them hear! x

Most Jews, Christians, Muslims and Mormons would kill the truth if truth would kill their idolatry.

Ra (Egyptian Mythology) God of the Sun

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Just some stuff I found on my computer of the Egyptian gods.HD Wallpaper and background photos of Egyptian gods C: for fans of MenphiliesTheDark images.

Egypt: Hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera  Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk

Egypt: Hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera Paul Smit Mick Palarczyk

Wristband, Tanis-Protective eyes of Horus adorn bracelets found on Pharaoh Sheshonq II's mummy, but engraved names indicate they were made for Sheshonq I, who is mentioned in the Bible.

Wristband, Tanis-Protective eyes of Horus adorn bracelets found on Pharaoh Sheshonq II's mummy, but engraved names indicate they were made for Sheshonq I, who is mentioned in the Bible. Tombs of Tanis

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