23 Nesu Bit and 55 Auset

Auset (Isis)

Auset (Isis)

Nesu Bit is the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for the office of pharaoh, who was Egypt in one person. While pharaohs as a rule were males, there were some famous exceptions, such as Hatshepsut. The mythology of the story of Ausar (Osiris) put Auset (Isis) into the position of being both a regent and protector for the infant Heru (Horus). Whether you are male or female, life can give you a position or title. Wearing this title is more than just having a name tag on while you are at work. You have a responsibility and a delegated authority while fulfilling this role.


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