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Uadjet, Wadjet, Uajyt or Edjo, goddess of Buto, "the papyrus-colored one", meaning "the green one", which was a general name for the cobra, the uraeus, her sacred animal. Later she was connected to the ichneumon. In one Pyramid Text it is...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
The Book of the Law, Liber 220, Part I
I;1. Had! The manifestation of Nuit. I;2. The unveiling of the company of heaven. I;3. Every man and every woman is a star. I;4. Every number is infinite; there is no difference. I;5. Help me, o warrior lord of Thebes, in my unveiling before...
Thelema >> The Book of the Law

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Justin Trudeau doesn't deserve headdress
The photos made the rounds on social media and when I first saw one, I nearly spat out a mouthful of coffee. There was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posing on a stage in a blazer, denim pants and a headdress.
Trudeau Honoured With Headdress From Tsuu T'ina Nation, But Chiefs Urge Action
High-pitched chanting and the rhythmic pounding of drums were all part of an elaborate ceremony in which the prime minister was presented with his own headdress and blessed with the aboriginal name "Gumistiyi," which means "The One Who Keeps Trying ...
Prime Minister Trudeau Awarded Honorary Tsuut'ina Membership, Crowned With
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's initial strides into office have been so promising that the Tsuut'ina Nation made him an honorary member and awarded him the name Gumistiyi, “The One Who Keeps Trying.” Trudeau's outreach to Indigenous Peoples in ...
Around Town: Pastafarians have right to headdress photo, DMV acknowledges
Michael Schumacher, a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and a practicing Pastafarian, has been allowed to wear his religious headdress in his driver's license photo. He's pictured above in an interview with WISC-TV/Channel 3 earlier ...
8th-century headdress featured at exhibition
The highlight is a type of headdress called “shisshakan,” made of fabric coated with lacquer, which was worn by court nobles and officials in the late eighth century capital in southern Kyoto Prefecture, and a lacquered storage case for the headgear.

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