An ancient Egyptian mother goddess and a goddess of love, beauty, and the heavens. She is also the patrones of fecundity, infants, and music. Hathor is often depicted as a woman with a cow's head, wearing the heddress of two plumes and a solar disc decorated with stars and surmounted bye the curved horns of a cow. The "mother of all Egyptian pharaohs," her sacred symbols include the lion, the snake, and the papyrus reed. According to many ancient writings, Hathor possessed seven aspects known as the "Seven Hathors". They were often invoked by special magickal incantations and spells in order to predict the fate of newborn children.
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