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Ancient Egyptian lotus amulet - carnelian, single piece

Ancient Egyptian lotus amulet - carnelian, single piece

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Ancient Egyptian lotus amulet - carnelian (note small size)

  • Culture: Ancient Egypt, 1570 - 1070 BCE, New Kingdom
  • Material: carnelian
  • Size: 1.7×1.1×0.4cm
  • Condition: very good

Egyptian white lotus ( Nymphaea lotus) is believed to be the original sacred lotus of ancient Egypt. It, and the Egyptian blue lotus ( Nymphaea caerulea) , were often depicted in ancient Egyptian art. A blue lotus was found spread over Tutankhamun's body when the pharaoh's tomb was opened in 1922.

Lotus amulets were made from different materials, such as gold, silver, bronze and different types of stone. They could be necklaces, bracelets or other jewelry and were worn to protect and bring good luck.

Symbol meaning

Ancient Egypt is known for its symbolic and ritual culture, where various amulets and symbols were a significant part of people's lives. The lotus was one of the important symbols associated with the concepts of life, death and rebirth. The lotus was also a symbol of Upper Egypt. This flower, along with the papyrus flower, was depicted throughout Egypt in tombs and temples to symbolize the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt.

A lotus is a plant that grows out of mud and blooms beautifully on the surface of water. This symbolizes rebirth and spiritual growth in Egyptian culture. The lotus flower opens in daylight and closes at night, which was associated with the movement and continuity of the sun. This made the lotus a powerful symbol for understanding the cycle of life and death.

Amulets were an important part of the Egyptian belief system and had many different meanings and uses. The lotus as a symbol reflected the Egyptian culture's deep understanding of the mystery of life and death, as well as the belief in continuity and rebirth. Lotuses were also associated with funerals, symbolizing the transition to another life.

Ritual use

The lotus amulet can be a powerful symbol when used in ritual or spiritual practice. Here are a few ways the lotus amulet can be used in rituals:

  • Centering your consciousness: You can use the lotus amulet in meditation or at the beginning of a ritual as a centering aid. Hold the amulet in your hands or place it in front of you and focus on its symbolism and meaning. This will help calm your mind and deepen the meditative state.
  • Setting an intention: Before starting the ritual, you can hold the lotus amulet in your hands and set a certain intention or wish on it. Visualize how the power of the lotus and the symbolism of growth will strengthen your goal.
  • Channeling power: The lotus amulet can act as a symbol of power. Use it in rituals where you want to channel the qualities of the lotus, such as rebirth, growth and transformation. You can hold the amulet in your hands or place it on the altar while you perform the ritual.
  • As a ritual object: The lotus amulet can be a ritual object that you wear as part of certain ceremonies or celebrations. You can carry it with you, make it into an amulet worn around your neck, or place it on the altar to emphasize the theme of the ritual.
  • Reminder of spiritual journey: The lotus amulet can also serve as a reminder of your spiritual journey and growth. You can use it daily or whenever needed to remind yourself that you are in constant development and transformation.

When using the power of the lotus amulet in rituals, remember to create a ritual that feels natural and meaningful to you. This will help you connect the amulet's power to your own purposes and needs.

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