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Helen: “Blessings Commander Ashtar and thank you for taking the time to speak with me.

Illustration by Mar del Valle for the young adult novel "Rumbo a Thuban" written by Susana Fernández Gabaldón, third part of "Mas allá de las tres dunas".  { Ancient Egypt Egyptian Egyptians Nile craftsmen wall painting art flora fauna artisan gods History historical art hawk falcon Horus god wings }

Illustration by Mar del Valle for the young adult novel "Rumbo a Thuban" written by Susana Fernández Gabaldón, third part of "Mas allá de las tres dunas". { Ancient Egypt Egyptian Egyptians Nile craftsmen wall painting art flora fauna artisan gods History historical art hawk falcon Horus god wings }

Goddess Isis Ancient Egyptian Hand Carved  Altar Statue Egypt Theme Decor Figure. $65.00, via Etsy.

Goddess Isis Ancient Egyptian Hand Carved Altar Statue Egypt Theme Decor Figure. $65.00, via Etsy.

Horus - God of the Sun Sky War and Protection / Egyptian Mythology

There is a story in Egyptian mythology that goes like this: The goddess Isis married her older brother Osiris and they were deeply in love.

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Anubis is the name for a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in Egyptian mythology. Anubis was the most important god of the Dead but he was replaced during the Middle Kingdom by Osiris.

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Ra (Egyptian): Sun God, the most important of all Egyptian Gods. Described as a man with a hawk like head and headdress with a sun disk.

Творческая мастерская "Денира"

Deity of the Day Isis Mother Goddess of Ancient Egypt Mistress of Magic: Isis (called "Aset" by the Egyptians), a daughter of Nut and Geb, is known in Ancient Egyptian mythology as a goddess.

I spent awhile trying to source this one, but came up short. It’s too cool not to post. Dressed a little inappropriately for the weather? Perhaps, but the sense of power and intent is awesome. Also, helmet!  If you’ve seen it before, help me out.  [Edit] Tracked down! Art is by Mitchell Cotie. Thanks, Keith!

Dressed a little inappropriately for the weather? Perhaps, but the sense of power and intent is awesome. Also, helmet! Art is by Mitchell Cotie.

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