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Egyptian goddess of cosmic harmony, truth and justice. Ma'at was depicted as a woman with an ostrich feather on her head, she was sometimes represented only by the feather. Ma'at was closely associated with Ra from the beginning and eventually became known as the ‘daughter of Ra.’ Thoth was sometimes given as her consort. The Pharaohs were said to derive their authority from Ma'at and claimed to uphold the cosmic order embodied in her.

Egyptian goddess of cosmic harmony, truth and justice. Ma'at was depicted as a woman with an ostrich feather on her head, she was sometimes represented only by the feather. Ma'at was closely associated with Ra from the beginning and eventually became known as the ‘daughter of Ra.’ Thoth was sometimes given as her consort. The Pharaohs were said to derive their authority from Ma'at and claimed to uphold the cosmic order embodied in her.

Egyptian Mythology Popular Goddesses

Egyptian Mythology Popular Goddesses

In the Egyptian predynastic period, Neith was known as the goddess of hunting, though her realm of influence also encompassed war and weaving of fine cloths. She is one of the earliest worshiped Egyptian deities and was hailed as the wise Mother of gods. She was often depicted carrying a crossed bow and arrow and wearing the blood red crown representing lower Egypt.   Nephthys was a night goddess and protector of the dead, also representing decay and invisibility. She offered spirits safe

In the Egyptian predynastic period, Neith was known as the goddess of hunting, though her realm of influence also encompassed war and weaving of fine cloths. She is one of the earliest worshiped Egyptian deities and was hailed as the wise Mother of gods. She was often depicted carrying a crossed bow and arrow and wearing the blood red crown representing lower Egypt. Nephthys was a night goddess and protector of the dead, also representing decay and invisibility. She offered spirits safe

Sekhmet was associated with the goddesses given the title ”Eye of Ra”. According to myth, Ra became angry because mankind was not following his laws & preserving Ma’at (justice or balance). He decided to punish mankind by sending an aspect of his daughter, the”Eye of Ra”. He plucked Hathor from Ureas on his brow, & sent her to earth in the form of a lion. She became Sekhmet, the ”Eye of Ra” and began her rampage. #myth

Sekhmet was associated with the goddesses given the title ”Eye of Ra”. According to myth, Ra became angry because mankind was not following his laws & preserving Ma’at (justice or balance). He decided to punish mankind by sending an aspect of his daughter, the”Eye of Ra”. He plucked Hathor from Ureas on his brow, & sent her to earth in the form of a lion. She became Sekhmet, the ”Eye of Ra” and began her rampage. #myth

Cosmic Energy of Balance & Justice: Kemetic Neter Maat #kemetic #spirituality #metaphysics

Cosmic Energy of Balance & Justice: Kemetic Neter Maat #kemetic #spirituality #metaphysics

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Nefertem - Goddess of Perfume Also known as she Who is Beautiful and Water Lily of the Sun, was goddess of both healing and beautification

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