The ankh symbol—sometimes referred to as the key of life or the key of the nile—is representative of eternal life in Ancient Egypt. Created by Egyptians long ago, the ankh is said to be the first–or original–cross. The ankh is often shown in the hands of important Egyptian figures, such as pharaohs and kings, preserving their immortality. Moreover, the ankh is commonly depicted in temples and in the grasp of major Egyptian gods such as Osiris, Isis, and Ra. It could also have a more physical connotation: the ankh may represent water, air, and the sun, which were meant to provide and preserve life in Ancient Egyptian culture. Additionally, ankhs were traditionally placed in sarcophagi to ensure life after death. While the ankh is a widely known hieroglyph, its origins are somewhat unclear. Because the ankh shows similarities to the Knot of Isis, some speculate that the ankh and the Knot of Isis represent the same thing: an intricate bow.
The Legendary Eye of Ra is capable of repelling all negative energy and restoring harmony. That’s why the pharaohs used them to defend themselves against any element or enemy.
The eye of Ra represented the sun to the Egyptians. It was often associated with the destructive power of the sun, but in fact the Egyptians used it to protect buildings and themselves. The eye of Ra was a symbol of royal authority.
The Eye protect against evil entities or spells and attract good health.
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