The Eye of Horus, also known as wadjet, wedjat or udjat, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of the "teardrop" marking sometimes found below the eye. The mirror image, or left eye, sometimes represented the moon and the god Djehuti (Thoth). The left is called the Eye of Thoth, symbolizing the moon. Both eyes together are the Two Eyes Of Horus The Elder. The eye is the part of the body able to. The main reason behind the left eye being referred to as the eye of Horus is in the story of how he gained the energy of the moon in his right.
Thoth magically restored Horus' eye, at which point it was given the name " Wadjet" ("whole" or "healthy"). In this myth it is specifically stated that it is Horus´ left. The Eye of Horus was considered one of the most powerful amulets in Ancient Egypt and is still used. The story of the The left side of the eye = 1/16 – Hearing . During this famous battle over the inheritance of Osiris, Seth steals the (left) eye of Horus, damages it, and divides it into six parts. Thoth (with the help of other.
According to Egyptian myth, Horus lost his left eye in a struggle with Seth. The eye was magically restored by Hathor, and this restoration came to symbolize the . The Eye of Horus is one of several ancient Egyptian symbols instantly recognizable as originating from that advanced civilization which has left. The symbol was used as a protective amulet and believed to have the power of healing power. According to Egyptian Mythology Horus lost his left eye in his war .