Hathor. Based off the Egyptian Goddess Hathor, who was known for her happiness, love, and motherhood. Hathor is known throughout the universe by many names is revered as a skilled fighter. 13 more words
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MY FAVORITE WORLD WONDERS (SO FAR) PART 2: THE GREAT TEMPLE OF ABU SIMBEL - NUBIA, NILE VALLEY, EGYPT
Let me start this post with a simple statement: my trip to Egypt was to-date the most astounding travel experience of my life; it is my favorite journey and I don’t think anything I will ever see will be able to match its ancient history, immensity, beauty and overwhelming presence, from both natural and man-made perspectives. 1,240 more words
This place was regal. Beautiful. Completely surreal. And stunningly enveloped within high rock faces of Deir el Bahari. The day we arrived coincided with a strong sandstorm, which, believe it or not, only made the whole experience even more incredible. 222 more words
Summer is the season of the Empress – the sun shines, birds sing and the most delightful fruits, flowers and vegetables are all in season. So in this article we’re going to explore one of my favourite ways to connect with the Tarot, which is to breathe, sleep and 1,197 more words
Isis and Hathor, two of the most popular Ancient Egyptian Goddesses!
These two Goddesses were a joy to design and stitch! In addition to the many colors of embroidery floss, I used a lot of Mill Hill Seed Beads and two colors of Kreinik blending filament in each design to add a really nice texture to the finished product. 233 more words