Egyptians believe that owls are guardians and protectors of the dead. This is Horus.  The British Museum http://www.britishmuseum.org/

Bronze kneeling figure of Horus of Pe: there are many falcon-headed deities in the Egyptian pantheon, but the posture of this figure, who wears a short kilt and long wig, makes it clear that it represents a divine being known as a Soul of Pe.

Horus, a partir de los guardianes de la cubierta de la tarjeta de Oracle Luz, por Kyle Gray, ilustraciones por Lily Moisés

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This set of Canopic Jars is an excellent example of the practice of carving the stoppers into the heads of the guardians of the internal organs, the 4 sons of Horus

This set of Canopic Jars is an excellent example of the practice of carving the stoppers into the heads of the guardians of the internal organs, the 4 sons of Horus

Horus, a partir de los guardianes de la cubierta de la tarjeta de Oracle Luz, por Kyle Gray, ilustraciones por Lily Moisés

Horus, a partir de los guardianes de la cubierta de la tarjeta de Oracle Luz, por Kyle Gray, ilustraciones por Lily Moisés

Guardians: The Eye of Horus

Guardians: The Eye of Horus

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Antelopes. Boats decorated with antelope heads were dedicated to the god Soker, guardian of the desert and of the royal cemeteries near the northern capital Memphis. At first the goddess Satis, Mistress of Elephantine, was worshipped in the form of an antelope, in historic times she wore a headdress consisting of the crown of Upper Egypt and two antelope horns. The Egyptians seem to have made a symbolic connection between the waters of the Nile and the antelope. Just like Satis, another…

Antelopes. Boats decorated with antelope heads were dedicated to the god Soker, guardian of the desert and of the royal cemeteries near the northern capital Memphis. At first the goddess Satis, Mistress of Elephantine, was worshipped in the form of an antelope, in historic times she wore a headdress consisting of the crown of Upper Egypt and two antelope horns. The Egyptians seem to have made a symbolic connection between the waters of the Nile and the antelope. Just like Satis, another…

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