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Eye of Ra, Eye of Horus Pendant

Sun God & Moon God
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Eye of Ra

This powerful pendant comes with a two sided design, a 36" cord, accent bead and booklet. The "Eye of Ra" or "Udjat" was a popular symbol of the ancient Egyptian people. Legend says that when the eye faces the right, it represents the sun-god "Ra", when the eye faces the left, it represents the moon-god "Aad" or "Horus". Our double sided piece allows the wearer to invoke the blessings of either god while still possessing the magic of both.

Wear for Health, Strength and Protection. The Eye of the Moon which Set stole from Horus is worn to protect against evil, symbolising the Power of Light over Darkness. The Egyptian mysteries hold the key to sacred truth and eternal wisdom. Embracing the ancient secrets of our most magical and spiritual ancestors, these precious amulets are reputed to offer the wearer life-enhancing empowerment.

Measures 1" wide x 3/4" high. Adjustable black cord included.
Hand-crafted of high quality Elcelsior Pewter in the U.S.

Wajet: Wedjat: Ujat: Udjat: Whole One: Eye of Horus: All Seeing Eye: A symbol of perfection and well-being is known for the powers of:

  • Healing
  • Protection Against Evil

This symbol is referred to as the Eye of Ra when right eye, the Eye of Horus or Thoth when left eye. Horus was the solar god and avenger of evil, Thoth the god of the moon responsible for magic and knowledge.

Horus, The Sky God whose eyes are known as the sun and moon became associated with the Sun God Ra. The symbols of both are similar and most known and referred to as the right eye representing the sun and called the Eye of Ra; while the left eye represents the moon and is referred to as the Eye of Horus or Thoth.