Hathor

Once Upon a Darling

embodiment femininity, love and the joy of motherhood, Goddess of the Underworld, and of music, dance, foreign lands and fertility(helped women in childbirth)
the patron goddess of miners

Also Known as: “Lady of the House of Jubilation”, “Mistress of the West”
 
 
 
Folk lore: 
  • She is sometimes identified as the mother, sister, or wife of Ra.
  • She wears a crown of serpents.
  • She turns the Nile red when she bathes in anger.
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Other Info:
  • Hathor is represented by the cow, and is typically portrayed with a pair of horns on her head, as well as a solar disc.
  • She wears a neckless of two feathers along with a menat.
  • She welcomes the female dead in to the next life

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