EGYPT 232 - MAAT & SESHAT *Egyptian Goddesses II * (by Egyptahotep)




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Published on Jul 9, 2012

MAAT was the Goddess of truth and justice. The name Maat means truth in Egyptian. Her followers believed that after death their hearts would be weighed against her white feather of judgement. If the heart weighed the same they would be allowed to cross into the kingdom of Osiris (Paradise). This Goddess helped the sun God Ra/Re steer his boat across the sky each day, guiding his direction.
SESHAT was the goddess of wisdom, knowledge and writing whose following date back as early as the Second Dynasty. She hailed from Lower Egypt yet her following embraces the whole nation. She is the seen as a wife, daughter and sometimes a female aspect of the god of writing and moon, Thoth and mother of Hornub., her name means "she who scribes". She is credited to be the inventor of writing.She is the goddess and patron of architecture, astrology, astronomy, building, measurement mathematics, historical records and surveying. She is also patron of all types of writing like accounting, the taking of census and auditing. According to a certain myth, Seshat invented writing, but it was her spouse, Thoth who brought and taught writing to the people.

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