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Het-Heru is the divinity of the power of the Imagination as the source of joy. She corresponds to the divinity Oshun in west Africa, who represents the same power. - Het-Heru is always depicted with her Devine horns, which symbolizes her divinity and royalty. Did you know that horns symbolized wisdom in the ancient African spirituality? It has been demonized later by Europeans and Arabs but in the beginning it was a positive symbol. It was related to Amen (a ram) and Het-Heru ( a cow). Many of the early biblical representations depict characters like Moses with goat horns on their heads. Proof of the positive meaning that it possessed and also of the African influence back in the days. It really sounds scary when we look at it today, but that’s a fact. - - Above in the first slide top left coner is a royal Tutsi family from Rwanda wearing the Devine horns of Het-Heru and in the 3rd and 4th pictures are African women from Ethiopia and Togo wearing the Devine horns of Het-Heru. - . . ATTENTION PLEASE . Make sure to get our children's book to teach children about the true history of Africa. Get it here: Amazon: Imhotep Store:

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