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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Finding My Egyptian Goddess self

Who are YOU really? What do YOU feel ?
Are YOU feeling Pretty, Happy, Confident, Pure, Delicious? 
If no then why not? It's all up to you so what are YOU waiting 
for my friend, My GODDESS!  Don't wait anymore! 
Do your now, NOW!
I've decided to turn ME up. 
No more waiting for Romeo, Prince charming, 
new job or situation.
I'm doing Me!  
My MISSION is Now. 
So here we go! On your mark, Get ready, Get set , GROW!


My favorite Egyptian Goddess, Isis

Who is yours?

Responsible For

  • Motherhood
  • Marriage
  • Love
  • Sexuality
  • Health & Healing
  • Immortality
  • Magic

About Her Cult

Cult Center: Heliopolis, Philae (in Nubia)
Isis was celebrated at one festival called The Lychnapsia, the Festival of Lights, on August 12, to commemorate seeking her spouse in the darkness by torchlight, and her processions resembled those of Bastet.


Isis was the daughter of Nut, wife of Osiris, and mother of Horus. When Set killed his brother Osiris and set his body adrift in the Nile, Isis began her search for him.
When she found Osiris, Set learned of it and stole his body, chopped it into pieces, and threw it into the water again. Isis retrieved her husband and reassembled him. Because of her role in bringing him back to life, she usually appears in funerary scenes, either leading the deceased toward the afterlife (as shown in the photo of her with Nefertari to the right) or standing behind Osiris to greet the deceased.
Isis instituted marriage and taught women the domestic arts of grain-grinding, flax-spinning, and weaving. As mother-goddess, she introduced the practice of agriculture. Her early character as the Great Enchantress was reflected in her magic powers and in her knowledge of the arts of medicine, which she and Thoth taught to humanity.
Isis and Nefertari

Name in Hieroglyphics

Typically Isis' name in hieroglyphics includes the symbol for "throne" as the first character, and the symbol for "goddess" as the last one. The semicircle in between is a "loaf" symbol, which is pronounced like a letter "t". The literal translation of her name means, "She of the Throne," referring to Isis' position as Queen of the Gods. Sometimes the name is abbreviated to just the throne itself.
Other possible spellings exist, but the "throne" symbol is common to all of them.
Name in Hieroglyphics

Depicting Isis

Isis was often depicted in art nursing the infant Horus. With the advent of Christianity, many of the chapels of Isis were converted to churches, and images of Isis with her baby were reinterpreted to refer to the Virgin Mary holding Jesus.
Isis Nursing Horus

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