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Cobra goddess, whose name means 'the feeding snake' ('renen-utet'); the Greeks called her Thermuthis.

Renenutet was a fertility goddess and protectress of the harvest; in the temple of Dendera, for example, she is called 'lady of the fields, who nourishes (us) with good things and gives an abundance of food'.

One of her common epithets was 'lady of the granary'. Through her association with grain, she was linked with the corn god Nepri and with Osiris.

The goddess also had a function as protectress of clothing and mummy wrappings.

She also formed part of a triad there with Sobek and Horus. Renenutet was depicted as a snake or as a woman with the head of a snake.

RENENUTET - Master-$10.00

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Satet (Also known as Sati or Satis meaning One Who Shoots is the principal female counterpart of Khnum.

Satet was worshipped with him at Elephantine (Abu).

She was the mother of the goddess, Anuket. Her name comes from the root, sat (to shoot, to eject, to pour out, to throw).

With her arrows, she protected the pharaoh. Further, in the Pyramid Texts, Satet is described as cleansing the king with four jars of water from Elephantine.

Satet - Master-$10.00

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The ancient Egyptian goddess Isis has many gifts to share with modern women. Isis embodies the strengths of the feminine, the capacity to feel deeply about relationships, the act of creation, and the source of sustenance and protection.

The myths of Isis and Osiris caution us about the need for occasional renewal and reconnection in our relationships. Isis also reminds us to acknowledge and accept the depths of our emotions.

ISIS - Master-$10.00

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Sopdet was the goddess personifying the dog-star Sirius, the bright appearance of which in the July dawn sky announced the annual flooding of the Nile.

The Egyptian name of the goddess was "Sopdet", from which came the Greek Sothis, normally used in Ancient Egyptian studies. She is portrayed as a lady with a star on her head.

Sopdet - Master-$10.00

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Bast is first and foremost a protectress; specifically of the royal house and the Two Lands. Later she got the life-preserving goddess of joy and protector of women. However, Bast's original role did not include the "cat as sex symbol" archetype. Worshiped in the Delta city of Bubastis and usually depicted as a cat or in human form with the head of a cat, Bast was seen as a protector of cats and those who cared for them.

Bast - Master-$10.00

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Seshat (Sesha, Sesheta or Safekh-Aubi) was a goddess of reading, writing, arithmetic and architecture who was seen as either the female aspect of Thoth, his daughter or his wife. They had a child called Hornub. This actually means "gold Horus", so Seshat was sometimes associated with Isis.

She was the scribe of the pharaoh, recording all of his achievements and triumphs including recording both the booty and the captives taken in battle.

Seshat - Master-$10.00

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Tefnut, meaning moisture like rain, dew and clouds, was according to myth created by the primeval god Atum of the Ennead in Heliopolis together with her brother Shu, air. With them duality started and the sexual cycle was begun.

In the beginning Tefnut was regarded as the lunar eye, but in myth she developed into the solar eye and later the uraeus. She then aquired the name "lady of flame" and "the uraeus on the heads of all the gods".

TEFNUT - Master-$10.00

ALL Egyptian God Series - Master-$55.00

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