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Ancient Egyptian Gods; Weret- Mehit-Weret (Cow goddess of the sky) from Tutankhamun's tomb Mehit-Weret (Cow goddess of the sky) from Tutankhamun's tomb The bed Mehet Weret of the king Tut Ankh Amun 18th dynasty New ...

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'The Great Flood'. Goddess of the primeval flood out of which life emerged and the sun god appeared. She was often depicted as a great cow with the sun disc between her horns, as such she was linked to Hathor and called the mother of Re. There was no cult...
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There are two aspects of this concept. The first one is the name of the deity Heka. The other one is the act of using heka. Heka the deity: One of the three creative powers of the Sungod Ra, which were neccessary for Creation to come about. Thus Heka was the...
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Chungar (Arica)
The skeletal remains of Queen Weret of the Twelfth Dynasty (circa 1880 B.C.
_Egyptian Serpent Power_
Weret-Hekau had her own priesthood, as reliefs and statues show.
_Egyptian Serpent Power_
A 'voice' whispered itself into my mind's ear, “Weret-Hekau”.
Royal-Name Scarabs
The Newsletter of the Friends of the Egypt Centre, Swansea
Mehet-weret, with whom she is frequently connected, particularly Mehet-weret were often almost interchangeable.

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Ancient Egyptian Gods; Weret-hekau
Weret-hekau (Urthekau) was a lion headed goddess who was also depicted as a snake with the head of a woman.
Werethekau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Urthekau and Weret Hekau, was the ancient Egyptian personification of supernatural powers, weret hekau meaning "great of magic" or "great enchantress".
Mehet-Weret, Celestial Cow, Goddess of Waters, Creation and
The skeletal remains of Queen Weret of the Twelfth Dynasty (circa 1880 B.C.) were examined.
Egypt: Mehet-Weret - Cow Goddess of the Sky
Mehet-Weret was a cow goddess of the sky. Her name means "great flood".

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