Ipy (Apet, Ipet, Opet) was a hippopotamus goddess known as a protective and nourishing deity. Her name meant 'favored place' and she was depicted as a combination of human, hippopotamus, lion, and crocodile. This combination of attributes shows both her protective and nourishing aspects. Ipy was one of several goddesses, including Taweret, Reret and Heqet, … Continue reading Ipy the Hippopotamus Goddess, Mistress of Magical Protection
Heku – Magical Stories Part 4
The final section of the Westcar Papyrus continues where the story of Khufu and Djedi, the magician ends, telling of the birth of the first three pharaohs of the fifth dynasty, Userkaf, Sahure and Neferirkara Kakai, to Reddjedet wife of the Priest of Ra. "It was a day when Reddjedet was suffering as her labor … Continue reading Heku – Magical Stories Part 4
The Book of Heku
Heku (Hekau) is a type of magic that Egyptian priestesses and sorcerers performed in the ancient Egyptian religion. The Heku energy came from the powers of the gods/goddess Heka, Hu, and Sia - all representative of the natural world, birth and re-birth. Generally, Hekua is seen as the Ancient Egyptian reverence for language and knowledge. … Continue reading The Book of Heku
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