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We are proudly presenting you the sacred sistrum of Goddess Hathor! The sistrum is one of the most sacred instruments in ancient Egyptian cosmogony. Its name in the ancient Egyptian language was sekhem and sesheshet. It is used in several ceremonies including dances, worship and celebrations especially for the goddess Hathor, goddess of love and intimacy. The handle of the sistrum is in the shape of a U resembling that of the goddess face and horns in her cow form. Under it there is a carved depiction of Goddess Hathor and sacred hieroglyphic letters. It is made of wood with small metal discs that are rattled or shaken by hand. The sound it produces resembles that of the jangling sound when the breeze hits and blows through the papyrus reeds. It was believed that this sound appeases and attract the attention of the gods and goddesses. It was carried by women of higher rank and high priestesses that they played the instrument rhythmically while they were entering the holy temple. It is carried by Hathor in her role as goddess and mythological character of joy, sexuality, fertility, intimacy and dance. There are depictions of Goddess Isis and Bastet that hold it also. Its basic shape resembled the ankh, the Egyptian symbol of life. This unique sacred tool is 100% handmade in Egypt by experienced craftsmen with the use of the finest and most durable materials for long lasting design. It is an amazing percussion instrument and a spiritual tool. Can be an astonishing gift for your friends, family, relatives, co-workers and beloved ones. Claim it now and awaken your divinity and eroticism!

The Golden Sistrum of Goddess Hathor - Various Colors

  • Dimensions D x W x H:
    2 x 10 x 32

    510 g

    Resin, Brass Coins

    Handmade in:

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