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THOTH:   Thoth is the "Lord of Divine Words." He is the scribe of the gods, and was considered the inventor of the alphabet and writing (in the form of hieroglyphs). Both the Egyptians and the Greeks considered him the patron god of science, mathematics, religion, philosophy, and magic. He acts as an arbitrator between the gods when there are conflicts, particularly between good and evil. In such a case, he tries to maintain the balance between the two sides rather than having one triumph…

"Thoth served as a mediating power, especially between good and evil, making sure neither had a decisive victory over the other." --Thoth is neutral.

isis with winged disk in her head

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The acquisition of knowledge concerning spiritual beings or the future enhanced a person's control over his destiny. One path to such knowledge was the interpretation of dreams, which was also used for justifying one's actions or legitimizing one's power

The reconstructed body of Osiris is attended to by his wives/sisters Isis and Nephthys. Egyptian Book of the Dead.

Koning Sethos I en Hathor, godin van de liefde ~ Negentiende dynastie ~ Beschilderde kalksteen

Pharaoh Sety I and the goddess Hathor Dynasty: BC) painted relief Florence, Museo Archeològico.

'Ramses III in the tomb of Amenherkhepshef.' This coloured relief portrays Ramses III in the tomb which was made for his son prince Amenherkhepshef, who was a royal scribe and commander of the cavalry.

'Ramses III in the tomb of Amenherkhepshef.' This coloured relief portrays Ramses III in the tomb which was made for his son prince Amenherkhepshef, who was a royal scribe and commander of the cavalry.

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