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Presenting you the finest and most realistic Egyptian Canopic Jars ever! Each Jar is precisely handmade and designed to match the authentic ones and is made of stone. Our jars are also hand-inscribed with mystical hieroglyphic letters to unleash the Pharaonic blessings into your space and to shield your soul from any evil or harm. Canopic jars were containers in which the separately mummified organs would be placed. The best known versions of these jars have lids in the shape of the heads of protective deities called the four Sons of Horus. The human-headed Imsety was the guardian of the liver; the baboon-headed Hapy looked after the lungs; the jackal-headed Duamutef was responsible for the stomach; and the falcon-headed Qebehsenuef cared for the intestines. It was believed that all of these were needed for the afterlife. There was no jar for the heart: the Egyptians believed it to be the seat of the soul, and so it was left inside the body. The lid of the jar here is removable, but the cavity is not large enough to hold an organ. The jar dates to a period during which the internal organs were mummified and then placed back into the mummy, but canopic jars continued to be included as part of the burial equipment in order to ensure the protection of the four Sons of Horus. They are activated to be used in all kinds of spiritual rituals, ceremonies, past lives regressions and protection for the soul's journey in the afterlife. This exquisite set is also perfect for home/office decoration and can be a wonderful gift for your beloved ones.

The Four Sons of Horus Golden Canopic Jars - Set of 4

  • Set of:
    4 Jars

    Dimensions D x W x H:
    7 x 7 x 20 cm

    Set Weight:
    2860 g


    Handmade in:

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