Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest
Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types - Witch Chest

Egyptian Gods Incense - 11 Types

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These premium incense sticks are made with a base of the purest essential oils. They help create an atmosphere and incorporate a specific god or goddess into your rituals and ceremonies. Made in Canada.

Thot - Thot was the god of wisdom and a god of the moon. He was depicted as a man with the head of an ibis bird or a baboon. With the help of his light, he tried to dissipate the darkness at the fall of day.

Isis - Isis was the wife of Osiris. She was gifted with great magickal powers. One of her main beneficial functions was that of protection during childhood, which made her the most popular of Egyptian Goddesses.

Horus - Horus was the god with a falcon's head, who with an ankh in his right hand, symbolized life. He was the son of Isis and Osiris. Most of the Egyptian pharaohs identified themselves with him.

Osiris - Osiris was the god of the earth and vegetation. In his death, he symbolized the yearly drought and in his miraculous re-birth, the periodic flooding of the Nile and the growth of grain.

Hathor - Hathor was a horned cow deity, patron of love, dance, music and song and all the pleasures of touch. She appeared as the seven Hathors at the birth of a child and foretold its destiny.

Sobek - Sobek was the crocodile god, He was worshipped in cities whose livelihood depended on waters, such as the oasis city of Crocodilopolis where reptiles, adored in jewelry, were the guardians of the ponds.

Ptah  - Ptah was the local god of Memphis, patron of artisans. According to some beliefs, by calling out the names of all the things of this world, he created the heavens and the earth.

Nephthys - Nephthys was the goddess of feminine sex "Lady of the House" is the meaning of her name. Goddess of death and life renewal, she assisted Isis in the resurrection of Osiris.

Anubis - Anubis was the Jackal god of embalming. He was present at all ceremonies which conducted the souls of the dead to their judgement. He held in his the divine scepter common to pharaohs and divinities.

Ammon - Ammon was god of Thebes. Usually, he was represented by the human figure, but sometimes by a goose or a ram. He was later adored and consulted by the Roman people under the name of Jupiter Ammon.

Re - Re was the God of the sun. He became the state's god during the fifth dynasty. According to some traditions, he was the creator of the human race. The Egyptians recognized themselves as belonging to the flock of Re.

*20 sticks of incense in each package

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