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Harpocratēs Harpocratēs Greek name for the Egyptian god Horus .

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Iconography of Deities and Demons: Electronic Pre–Publication 1
Dec 22, 2010 1/16. Last Revision: 22 December 2010. IDD website: http://www.
Freemasonry and Ancient Egypt A Quick Trail
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Isis, Nephthys and Harpocrates, dedicated by Pedeneshmet P3-dj-nšmt, Neith seated, with Horus (= Harpocrates) standing, dedicated by Wehebre W3h.
The Doctrine of Silence in the New World Order One of the primary
The Greeks had their own God of Silence as well: Harpocrates, a version of the. Egyptian God of Silence.
1 A hematite statuette of Horus in the form of a falcon now in the
typically modern (to him) apotropaic image of Harpocrates.

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Des scientifiques mettent la deesse Isis a l'honneur
Ce cinquième colloque sur les études isiaques (centré sur la déesse égyptienne Isis et ses compagnons Sarapis, Anubis et Harpocrate) était organisé par l'Université du Littoral par Jean-Louis Podevin, directeur du département d'histoire de l'ULCO.

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Harpocrates - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In late Greek mythology as developed in Ptolemaic Alexandria, Harpocrates is the god of silence.
Thelemapedia: The Encyclopedia of Thelema & Magick | Harpocrates
Oct 25, 2004 As 0, Harpocrates represents "the female Principle, the fertile Mother.
HARPOCRATES : God of Silence | Greek mythology, Harpokrates
HARPOKRATES (or Harpocrates) was the god of silence.
Harpocrates publishing - home page
Harpocrates Publishing is a small, independant publishing house bases in Alexandria, Egypt. Books about the city of Alexandria, Siwa and Cairo.
Harpocrates Speaks
5 days ago After careful thought and consideration, she agreed to let her narrative appear on Harpocrates Speaks.

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