Horus: is the ancient Egyptian God of the Sun, Sky, and Kingship, he is also known as the national patron god. He is commonly portrayed as a falcon-headed man donning a red and white pschent as a symbolic representation of kingship over the entire kingdom of Egypt.
Text provided by: Wikipedia The Myth of Osiris and Isis, concerning the deities of Egyptian mythology Osiris, Isis, Horus, and Set, became one of the most important and powerful in Egyptian mythology during the New Kingdom. The myth concerns the death of Osiris and the birth of Horus.
The Eye of Horus. The Eye of Horus, also known as wadjet eye, wedjat eye or udjat eye, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health.The Eye of Horus is similar to the Eye of Ra, which belongs to a different god, Ra, but represents many of the same concepts. According to Egyptian myth, Horus lost his left eye in a struggle with Seth.Horus, Egyptian Hor, Har, Her, or Heru, in ancient Egyptian religion, a god in the form of a falcon whose right eye was the sun or morning star, representing power and quintessence, and whose left eye was the moon or evening star, representing healing. Falcon cults, which were in evidence from late predynastic times, were widespread in Egypt.Ever since ancient Egypt, the Eye of Horus has been used as a protective amulet against evil spirits and bad luck. Its divine power comes from Horus, the Egyptian god usually represented as a falcon. According to Egyptian mythology, he faced Seth in a battle in an attempt to recover his father's throne and lost an eye in said battle.
Horus, the falcon-headed sky god, succeeded the anthropomorphic god of vegetation, Osiris, as the king, the pharaoh of all Egypt. This legend possesses archetypal significance: just as Isis was the archetype of the dutiful and mourning wife, so is Horus that if the dutiful son.Read More
Horus was the Ancient Egyptian god of the sky. He was also considered Egypt’s ruler and protector. The Ancient Egyptians believed that the pharaoh was “the living Horus.” He was the first national Ancient Egyptian god worshipped by all of Egypt.Read More
This Egyptian Goddess list, covers many of the fascinating Goddesses that you will encounter Egyptian mythology. For each Goddess I have included a brief description of her areas of influence. Please note that many of these roles evolved overtime and that major Goddesses, like Isis absorbed the characteristics of minor deities.Read More
The Ancient Alien Anunnaki Gods Of Egypt. The discovery of the Egyptian Pyramid Texts at Saqqara brought to light some of the most Ancient written records of mankind’s Religious belief. In particular, the Pyramid Texts provide a window into Ancient Egyptians’ understanding of their own History and Cosmology raising the possibility that the First Gods of Egypt recorded in the Pyramid Texts.Read More
Horus the god Horus was one of the oldest of the Egyptian gods. He was worshiped for 3,000 years, and over that time belief about him evolved and took many forms. Originally he was the god of light in the upper kingdom; later he was the God of the sky, sun and moon, war and hunting for the whole of Egypt.Read More
Horus had the head (and sometimes the body) of falcon, and was the god of the sky. He was also the god of kingship and the special protector of the pharaoh. Horus was the son of the god Osiris and the goddess Isis. Osiris was murdered by his brother, Seth, before Horus was born.Read More
Image of Horus and Horemheb This temple image shows the god Horus and the Egyptian pharaoh Horemheb (1319-1305 BC) sitting side by side. Horus carries a falcon's head as a heavenly power. The king is the same size as the god, because according to the Egyptians he is equally powerful.Read More
This myth, and the gods involved, is the most significant story in Egyptian mythology. Osiris description. Osiris was king of Egypt, brother and husband of Isis, the most powerful goddess in ancient Egypt. He was also the father of Horus, who avenged his death by killing Seth and became king of Egypt. Horus is also one of the most famous gods.Read More
Horus The Ancient Egypt God:Falcon-headed god of Ancient Egypt,Son of Isis Horus was a falcon-headed god of Ancient Egypt, with whom all the kings associated themselves. Hours was amongst the most important Egypt God, particularly because the Pharaoh was supposed to be his early embodiment.Read More
The falcon-headed god, the kings of Egypt associated themselves with Horus. Egyptian Horus was among the most important gods of Egypt, particularly because the Pharaoh was supposed to be his earthly embodiment. In ancient Egyptian mythology, Horus was one of five offspring of the original pair of Egyptian gods, Ra and Rhea.Read More