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 Eye of Horus meaning

 
The eye of Horus is also known as Horus or udjat. In ancient Egyptian mythology, Horus was one of five children of origin of the Egyptian gods, Ra and Rhea. Siblings were Osiris, Horus, Set, Isis, and Nephthys.

Osiris succeeded Ra as king of Egypt and married Isis, his sister. Their brother, Set, slew Osiris, who descended to the presidency of the land of the dead. The widow, Isis, called his brother, Horus, Set to destroy, what he did after many battles. Finally, Osiris was resurrected.
 
 

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Eye of Horus symbol meaning
Eye of Horus symbol



Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning



Eye of Horus symbol meaning

Eye of Horus symbol meaning



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