17 Mut and 30 Wadj


Mut – Mother

Mut was the consort of the Ancient Egyptian God, Amun. Together they ruled the heavens at the height of Egypt’s ancient empire. The Wadj is a papyrus staff held by goddesses to signify their power as spiritual leaders. Mut’s totem animal is the vulture, revered for it’s keen eyesight and for it’s protection of it’s young at all costs. As Mut shows you the source of her power, she asks you to look into yours. Do you credit the God of your understanding with your life and your own powers, or do you feel that you are a self-made person? Until you can answer this question, your power is diminished.


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