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Sobek- Egyptian myth: the god of water and the Nile river. He was depicted with the head of a crocodile. He protected the people from the dangers presented by the Nile river.

Sobek- Egyptian myth: the god of water and the Nile river. He was depicted with the head of a crocodile. He protected the people from the dangers presented by the Nile river.

Ancient Egypt. Meretseger, meaning "she who loves silence", was cobra-goddess of tomb builders and protector of royal tombs. She was considered to be both a dangerous and merciful goddess.

Ancient Egypt. Meretseger, meaning "she who loves silence", was cobra-goddess of tomb builders and protector of royal tombs. She was considered to be both a dangerous and merciful goddess.

Nephthys - Greco-Roman era painted image on a linen and tempera shroud - c. 300-200 B.C. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nephthys - Greco-Roman era painted image on a linen and tempera shroud - c. 300-200 B.C. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also Tuat and Tuaut) (also called Akert, Amenthes, or Neter-khertet) is the underworld. The Duat is a vast area under the Earth, connected with Nun, the waters of the primordial abyss.  The Duat is the realm of the god Osiris and the residence of other gods and supernatural beings. It is the region through which the sun god Ra travels from west to east during the night

In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also Tuat and Tuaut) (also called Akert, Amenthes, or Neter-khertet) is the underworld. The Duat is a vast area under the Earth, connected with Nun, the waters of the primordial abyss. The Duat is the realm of the god Osiris and the residence of other gods and supernatural beings. It is the region through which the sun god Ra travels from west to east during the night

There are many cosmic archetypes in this picture of Horus, with his sidelock of youth, often depicted holding two dangerous animals.  Bes is above his head.  304-30 BC

There are many cosmic archetypes in this picture of Horus, with his sidelock of youth, often depicted holding two dangerous animals. Bes is above his head. 304-30 BC

Sobek (also called Sebek, Sochet, Sobk, and Sobki), was an ancient Egyptian deity with a complex and fluid nature. He is associated with the Nile crocodile and is either represented in its form or as a human with a crocodile head. Sobek was also associated with pharaonic power, fertility, and military prowess, but served additionally as a protective deity with apotropaic qualities, invoked particularly for protection against the dangers presented by the Nile river.

Sobek (also called Sebek, Sochet, Sobk, and Sobki), was an ancient Egyptian deity with a complex and fluid nature. He is associated with the Nile crocodile and is either represented in its form or as a human with a crocodile head. Sobek was also associated with pharaonic power, fertility, and military prowess, but served additionally as a protective deity with apotropaic qualities, invoked particularly for protection against the dangers presented by the Nile river.

seth, egyptian god of chaos, incarnate in obama WILL THE CURRENT CHAOS IN EGYPT BRING DEMOCRACY OR WILL IT BRING IN A NEW AND MORE DANGEROUS TYRANNY? THE ANSWER IS UNCERTAIN AND THE WORLD IS WATCHING UNABLE TO CHANGE THE UNFOLDING EVENTS.

seth, egyptian god of chaos, incarnate in obama WILL THE CURRENT CHAOS IN EGYPT BRING DEMOCRACY OR WILL IT BRING IN A NEW AND MORE DANGEROUS TYRANNY? THE ANSWER IS UNCERTAIN AND THE WORLD IS WATCHING UNABLE TO CHANGE THE UNFOLDING EVENTS.

Sekhmet is the most important of the Egyptian lioness Goddesses. She has two distinct aspects to her personality–one dangerous and destructive, and the other protective and healing. Her name means “the female powerful one”, and she is a daughter of the sun God Re. Sekhmet was said to breath fire and could also send plagues to the king’s enemies. However, in her protective role, she had the power to ward off plagues and pestilence, gaining her the epithet “mistress of life“.

Sekhmet is the most important of the Egyptian lioness Goddesses. She has two distinct aspects to her personality–one dangerous and destructive, and the other protective and healing. Her name means “the female powerful one”, and she is a daughter of the sun God Re. Sekhmet was said to breath fire and could also send plagues to the king’s enemies. However, in her protective role, she had the power to ward off plagues and pestilence, gaining her the epithet “mistress of life“.

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