Eye of Horus

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“Eye of Horus” pendant – Tutankhamun’s necklace Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Egypt Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Gothic Jewelry

"Eye of Horus" pendant - Tutankhamun's necklace

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The Eye of Horus is the Eye of God, it is the realization of self as seen in many cultures. For ancient Egypt, the awakening of Uraeus, also known as Kundalini, is the Knowing of Thyself…It is God… Ancient Aliens, Ancient Egypt, Illuminati, Third Eye Quotes, Terre Plate, Master Of The Universe, Pineal Gland, Spirit Science, Eye Of Horus

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The scarab at center is the result of super heated sand. This "glass" came from an area of advanced ancient war technology. Winged Scarab Pendant of Tutankhamun from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, European History, Art History, American History, Collier Antique, Sun And Moon Necklace, Gold Necklace, Egypt Jewelry

TUTANKHAMUN the most famous Egyptian Pharaoh

Tutankhamun, the 11th pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Ancient Egypt, was unremarkable, but is famous due to the discovery of his complete tomb by the British archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922. It was irregular to discover a tomb and treasures in full without any damage and stories of mystery surrounding the circumstances of Tutankhamun death at a very early age, this is abnormal, especially with the presence of traces of a broken thigh bone and skull. Though he appears to have been a minor…

) This piece of Ancient Egyptian jewelry is a rebus pectoral scarab worn by King Tut-ankh-amun from Thebes. It symbolizes the birth of the moon and the sun and was part of the king's coronation regalia. Ancient Egyptian Clothing, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient History, Egypt Jewelry, Egyptian Pharaohs, Egyptian Eye, Egyptian Scarab, European History

Ancient Egyptian Clothing

Ancient Egyptian clothing reflected the splendor and symbolism of its culture. The Egyptians expressed themselves, and the values of their time, through draped, pleated and carefully arra