Sept. 8, 2013 Menat

Menat

Menat

Today’s card is the Menat, the counterweight that balanced the heavy necklaces worn both for adornment and ceremony by the ancients. The Menat is sacred to HetHer (Hathor) whose love of music, dance, and joy is legendary. Her priestesses wore the menat much like Native American women wear shells, jingle bells, and fancy dance shawls to create a rhythmic sound as they dance together. The Menat is here to remind you of the dance of life. What better way is there to share joy than to dance, first as a performer and then as a partner? Let joy fill your days and flow out to all those around you. Joy is contagious. Pass it on!

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