Eye of Horus Pendant with Lapis Lazuli, Egyptian Jewelry
Eye of Horus Pendant with Lapis Lazuli

Eye of Horus Pendant with Lapis Lazuli, Egyptian Jewelry

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Part Number:SE-P0728

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Accented with Genuine Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Chips, this Eye of Horus Pendant was hand-made in the United States of lead-free, nickel-free and cadmium-free pewter. The image shows the front and the back sides of the double sided pendant. Though the image shows multiple pendants, they are sold individually. As these were hand-crafted with Natural Gemstones, please expect slight variations.

Approximate Product Specifications:
Shape: Eye of Horus
Overall Pendant Size: 2" x just over 3/4" x 1/3"
Hole Size: 4mm
Sold by : Pendant or Necklace

'Let the Eye of Horus come forth from the god and shine outside his mouth.' --The Pyramid Texts

The Right Eye of Horus represents concrete factual information controlled by the left brain. It deals with words, letters, and numbers and those things which are describable in terms of sentences or complete thoughts.

Eye of Horus Symbolism | Eye of Ra Symbolism - During his battle with Set to avenge the murder of his father, Osiris, Horus' eye was plucked out and torn apart. After his victory, the eye was pieced together by Thoth who added a small bit of magic to make up for the 1/64th of a piece that was missing. In ancient Egypt, it the symbol was a powerful amulet. The eye was painted on boats and other objects in need of divine protection. Jeweled copies of the eye were placed with the dead and painted on sarcophagi.

The Eye of Horus was believed to have healing and protective power, and it was used as a mathematical device to prepare medications. The masonic all seeing eye, the eye symbol found on American money, and our modern Rx symbol are all derived from the Eye of Horus.

The Eye of Horus is also known as: Udjat, Wedjat, Eye of God, Eye of Ra, Eye of Thoth, The All Seeing Eye

The word utchat, sometimes spelled udjat, refers to Egypt's sacred eye symbol. The right eye is called the Eye of Ra, symbolizing the sun. The left is called the Eye of Thoth, symbolizing the moon. Both eyes together are the Two Eyes Of Horus The Elder. The eye is the part of the body able to perceive light, and is therefore the symbol for spiritual ability.

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