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Wed, Jul 27



Hathor Goddess Activations

The next in 13 Goddess Activations

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Hathor Goddess Activations
Hathor Goddess Activations

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Jul 27, 2022, 8:00 PM


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Hathor is next in our Goddess Activations tapping in to receive messages and then a Activation to embody and align with her energy and powers which are many and powerful. A good time I intuitively had this come to me that July shall be when work with her and seeing the tie to Sirius and Pleiades and knowing the lions gate culminating the Sirius portal that opens in July it kind of just makes sense to be doing this 7 27 22 1111 as I write that and 22 on the battery... can't make this up lol

The Sirius portal opens in July and on 8/8 is when the lions gate is most potent and will be when we are getting ready to work with Sekhmet who as I read about Hathor has been connected and even merged as one so I'm sure there is a reason I wanted to do them in this way. I knew Sekhmet was needed to be done August because of the 8. Lions and 8 is connected in my world due to Lyrans the feline beings and the lion head goddess is Sekhmet

Hathor was a sky goddess, known as “Lady of Stars” and “Sovereign of Stars” and linked to Sirius (and so the goddesses Sopdet and Isis). Her birthday was celebrated on the day that Sirius first rose in the sky By the Ptolemaic period, she was known as the goddess of Hethara, the third month of the Egyptian calendar.As “the Mistress of Heaven” Hathor was associated with Nut, Mut and the Queen. While as “the Celestial Nurse” she nursed the Pharaoh in the guise of a cow or as a sycamore fig (because it exudes a white milky substance).As “the Mother of Mothers” she was the goddess of women, fertility, children and childbirth. She had power over anything having to do with women from problems with conception or childbirth, to health and beauty, to matters of the heart. Yet, she was not exclusively worshipped by women and, unlike the other gods and goddesses, she had both male and female priests.Hathor was the goddess of beauty and patron of the cosmetic arts. Her traditional votive offering was two mirrors and she was often depicted on mirrors and cosmetic palettes. Yet, she was not considered to be vain or shallow, rather she was assured of her own beauty and goodness and loved beautiful and good things.She was known as “the mistress of life” and was seen as the embodiment of joy, love, romance, perfume, dance, music, and alcohol. Hathor was especially connected with the fragrance of myrrh incense, which was considered to be very precious and to embody all of the finer qualities of the female sex.Isis borrowed many of her functions and adapted her iconography to the extent that it is often difficult to be sure which of the two goddesses is depicted. However, the two deities were not the same. Isis was in many ways a more complex deity who suffered the death of her husband and had to fight to protect her infant son, so she understood the trials and tribulations of the people and could relate to them. Hathor, on the other hand, was the embodiment of power and success and did not experience doubts. While Isis was merciful, Hathor was single minded in pursuit of her goals. When she took the form of Sekhmet, she did not take pity on the people and even refused to stop killing when ordered to do so.She was the patron of dancers and was associated with percussive music, particularly the sistrum (also a fertility fetish). She was also associated with the Menit necklace and was often known as “the Great Menit”. Many of her priests were artisans, musicians, and dancers who added to the quality of life of the Egyptians and worshipped her by expressing their artistic natures.Hathor was the incarnation of dance and sexuality and was given the epithet “Hand of God” (referring to masturbation) and “Lady of the Vulva”. One myth tells that Ra had become so despondent that he refused to speak to anyone. Hathor (who never suffered depression or doubt) danced before him exposing her private parts, which caused him to laugh out loud and return to good spirits.She occasionally took the form of the “Seven Hathors” who were associated with fate and fortune telling. It was thought that the “Seven Hathors” knew the length of every child’s life from the day it was born and questioned the dead souls as they travelled to the land of the dead. Her priests could read the fortune of a newborn child, and act as oracles to explain the dreams of the people. People would travel for miles to beseech the goddess for protection, assistance, and inspiration. The “Seven Hathors” were worshiped in seven cities: Waset (Thebes), Iunu (On, Heliopolis), Aphroditopolis, Sinai, Momemphis, Herakleopolis, and Keset. They may have been linked to the constellations Pleiades.Hathor was one of the forty-two state gods and goddesses of Egypt, and one of the most popular and powerful. She was goddess of many things: love, beauty, music, dancing, fertility, and pleasure. She was the protector of women, though men also worshipped her. She had priests as well as priestesses in her temples.She was originally a personification of the Milky Way, which was considered to be the milk that flowed from the udders of a heavenly cow (linking her with Nut, Bat and Mehet-Weret). As time passed Hathor absorbed the attributes of many other goddesses but also became more closely associated with Isis, who to some degree usurped her position as the most popular and powerful goddess. Yet, Hathor remained popular throughout Egyptian history.

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