- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
Bryon Gysin, Sachiko, Helm, Ecclesiastical Scaffolding, Inez Lightfoot and more.
On the front Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu a priest of Montu can be seen; he is presenting offerings to the falcon-headed god Re-Harakhty ("Re-Horus of the Two Horizons"), a synchronistic form of the gods Ra and Horus, who is seated on a throne. The symbol of the west, the place of the Dead, is seen behind Re-Harakhty. Above the figures is a depiction of Nut, the sky goddess who stretches from horizon to horizon. Directly beneath her is the Winged Solar Disk, Horus of Behdet.