Egyptian Ankh Carvings
Ankh Symbol Of Power And Protection
The ankh symbol conjures life and immortality. The Egyptian hieroglyph of the ankh is one of the best-known and most popular of all the amulets and good luck charms. Some say the original cross, as many religions have adopted a form of the ankh for their own cults and purposes. Ankh protection symbol wards away evil spirits and harm associated with malevolent thoughts of others directed towards you.
Mirrors were magically used for purposes of secret Divination in Ancient Egypt metaphoric life and death as the Egyptians believed they mirrored each other. Ancient Egyptian mirrors are often found in the shape of an ankh symbol. The ankh amulet or talisman is a powerful symbol of protection and eternal life mimicking the transition into the astral plane after physical death. Or being able to communicate with the other world bringing forth its wisdom.
Ankh Meaning Spiritual And Metaphysical
The ankh symbolizes the birth of life itself here on earth and life after death. The ankh spiritually guides in healing and promotes psychic communication with the dead. Egyptian art depicts a priest or priestess placing an Ankh in the middle of their forehead in front of the third eye as a means to connect to the spirit world for communication and channeling. Spiritual healers often place an Ankh over wounds or areas that require medical attention, to promote regeneration and self-healing.
The loop at the top of the ankh is a symbol of the sun, the line going across and underneath the loop represents the earth’s horizon. The rising sun after the dead of night and moonlight. The ankh symbol represents a key that unlocks the gateways into the realms of magick and mystery – even the realms of the dead.