Egyptian Magick

Egyptian Magick

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Images of an Egyptian Gods, Goddesses or Iconic symbols inspire our imaginations and may serve as an emblems or symbols of Spirit Guides, Divinties, Messengers and/or Magickal Intentions. These pendants may be worn or carried for object links to specific Egyptian magicks. In Witchcraft and mystical practice a link can be forged with the Spiritual Power that the image represents, and it can also serve as a home for a Spirit which is welcomed to reside within it.

  • Witch's Wisdom:

    Pewter: a gray alloy of mostly Tin (ruled by Jupiter) with Copper (ruled by Venus) and antimony used as a hardener.

    Scarab: the ancient Egyptians believed that the scarab was the earthly manifestation of the god Khepri, who was believed to push the Sun across the sky each day, only to disappear and magically re-appear the next morning. They were worn or carried by the living, and also buried with the dead over their hearts to help and protect their journey to the afterlife.

    Ankh: the  "key of life" is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol made up of a cross and loop, depicting the fertility of male and female connected, as well as representative of eternal life. Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand with their arms crossed over their chest. It is also known as the Egyptian Cross, or as crux ansata, Latin for "cross with a handle." Wear this amulet to connect with the power of Egyptian Magick.

    Eye of Horus: also known as wadjet, wedjat or udjat, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health. Wear or carry this amulet as a powerful Egyptian talisman against evil and for protection against harm of any kind.

    Bast: call upon Bast, Sacred Egyptian Cat Goddess, protectress of home and family, for emotional healing and sensuality, and also to protect your feline familiar(s).

    Thoth: the Egyptian god of writing, magick, science, art, judgement death,wisdom, and the moon, often depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or a baboon, animals sacred to him, he is one of the most important gods of ancient Egypt.. Many stories of his works abound. It was said that he created heieroglyphs so than humanity could communicate with Great God Ra.

    Bez: the ancient Egyptian god of childbirth, fertility, sexuality, humor, and war,  serving primarily as a protector of pregnant women and children. He is regularly depicted as a dwarf with large ears, long-haired and bearded, with prominent genitals, and bow-legged.

    Hawk-headed God Horus: call upon and invoke Horus, the Crowned and Conquering Lord of the Sun, Spirit of Life, Light, Love, and Liberty, to master all life challenges.