Eyes of Horus Scrying Bowl Set
Each carefully hand-crafted and inscribed ritual Eyes of Horus altar bowl is an original work of art (not a mass-produced import) and features a sacred motif. Excellent for home decor and ritual work, these multi-functional bowls may be used to hold salt, water, herbs, stones, jewelry, and other sacred objects on the altar and elsewhere. The larger bowl measures approximately 6+" in diameter @ $19.50 and the medium one, approximately 5" in diameter @ $15.00. These beautiful bowls are suitable for use in protection rituals and to attune to Egyptian mysteries. Filled with water, they may be used for scrying.
Details“…the Eye of Horus hath made me holy…I will hide myself among you, O ye stars which are imperishable. My brow is the brow of Ra.” The Pyramid Texts
The “Eye of Horus”, also known as the Utchat, is a powerful Egyptian talisman against evil and for protection against harm of any kind. The word utchat, sometimes spelled udjat, refers to Egypt’s sacred eye symbol. It is said that the right eye is called the Eye of Ra, possibly male oriented symbolizing the Sun. representing factual information controlled by the left brain. It deals with logic, mathmatics, concrete concepts, things which are describable in terms of sentences or complete thoughts. Whereas the left eye, possible symbolizing the Moon and often called the Eye of Thoth, may represent abstract esoteric thoughts and feelings and intuition of the right brain.