Gold Horus The Falcon Ankh Necklace, Silver Gold Filled Ankh Falcon Horus Pendant, Egyptian Antique Jewelry
Horus, the son of Isis and Osiris, was the falcon god who flew between heaven and earth, bringing help and justice to the world of humans. Isis ruled the Universe and Osiris ruled the Afterlife, but their son Horus was in charge of the solar system, the sky, the earth and its people. Of all the gods, Horus had the most affection for the human race. Horus was the god who cared about people and their problems, because he had many problems in his childhood. As a child, Horus was weak and sickly. He was bitten by insects and scorpions, had many accidents and injuries, and sometimes he went hungry for days. He was saved and healed many times by the magic of his mother Isis and her sister Nephthys. Horus knew what it was like to have trouble, but the problems of his youth only made him stronger and more determined. This is why people invoked Horus to help them if they were sick or in trouble. Horus was known as the very first pharaoh, and this is why all the pharaohs compared themselves to him. They imitated his strength in battle and his fairness to other, Horus' domain was the sky and the solar system, but his heart was with the people of earth who needed help
The ankh or key of life is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol that was most commonly used in writing and in Egyptian art to represent the word for "life" and, by extension, as a symbol of life itself. The ankh has a cross shape but with a teardrop-shaped loop in place of an upper bar.
. Available purchase Pendant only or full Necklace.
. The pendant dimensions 55x55 mm, including the loop. ( 2.2 x 1 inch )
. Necklace available lengths 16, 18 "inch (40,45)cm.
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