Hermes Seer

KA - TENEMI - IHY, Devotee of Djehuti, Divine Scribe, Lord of Khemenu * * *
KNOSCE TE IPSUM. QUOD EST SUPERIUS SICUT QUOD EST INFERIUS, . HOMO DOMINATUR ASTRIS. * * *
Know Thyself. As above, so below. A wise man conquers his Stars.

In Shamanic understanding, all words are spells. Everything we think or say cascades into reality. When I repeat to myself the thought that I’m not that smart, or beautiful, or deserving, I’m literally cursing myself. Those thoughts go out into the world and bring me situations and outcomes that prove the thoughts. Let’s watch our words today and become aware of how words affect our bodies and our lives…

—Mia Genis (via magickkitchen)

(via intaier)

invocado:

When opening my bedroom window I see this wonder of God

invocado:

When opening my bedroom window I see this wonder of God

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intaier:

Karnak temple - photos (c) Tatiana Matveeva (In-Taier), 2010
Released to Creative Commons 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
feel free to use
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artemisdreaming:

Hathor, Museo Egizio
Basalt statue of the Ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor. From the New Kingdom, 18th dynasty (reign of Amenhotep III 1388-1351BC).
The statue was commissioned by Amenhotep III to celebrate his Sed Festival. Uniquely, in this depiction she holds a was-sceptre (not shown here), a symbol of power normally associated only with male gods. The statue was brought to Turin in 1753.
Hathor is the goddess of music, dancing, joy etc. and is often represented as a cow, hence the horns.
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artemisdreaming:

Hathor, Museo Egizio

Basalt statue of the Ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor. From the New Kingdom, 18th dynasty (reign of Amenhotep III 1388-1351BC).

The statue was commissioned by Amenhotep III to celebrate his Sed Festival. Uniquely, in this depiction she holds a was-sceptre (not shown here), a symbol of power normally associated only with male gods. The statue was brought to Turin in 1753.

Hathor is the goddess of music, dancing, joy etc. and is often represented as a cow, hence the horns.

WP08

(via magick-from-the-moon)