Egypt Wigs, headdress, clothes
The lady in the green dress.
A Priestess wearing a green dress, carrying the Neteru symbols of Eternal Life, Divine Power of the Number and the Uas Scepter, symbol of the Power of Deconstruction - in its unmitigated form (by Maat) Destruction.
This is the reason Cleopatra and ancient Egyptians used essential oils every single day
Ancient Egypt was a culture renowned for its knowledge and use of cosmetics and ointments. Cleopatra was famed for her beauty as well as her unusual beauty regimes. The ancient Egyptian god of perfume was Nefertum, who was also the god of healing. This inextricable link between aroma and healing spread through many aspects of... View Article
Sebayt is the ancient Kemetic term that literally means 'teachings' or 'instructions' and refers to formally written ethical teachings focused on the "way of living truly". It's comparable with the Old Testament Book of Proverbs which has in part been connected to the Instructions of Amenemopet.