3. Eye of Ra

Also known as the “Eye of Horus,” or more formerly as “wedjat” or “utchat.” The eye is an ancient symbol that carries with it the meaning of protection, royalty, and good health. Horus was the Egyptian god of the sun and one of the oldest deities in the Egyptian pantheon.

The sun was thought of by the Egyptians as an “all-seeing eye.” In other words, the wedjat could be a window to the soul. The spiral on the end of the eye also represents an expansion of consciousness.

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