Eye of Horus

Egyptian - The left eye of Horus. Horus lost this eye, which was the moon, in his battles with Set but it was restored by Hathor. As the wedjat (or wedjat-eye), it became the symbol of healing. At times, identified as Eye of Horus, Thoth, Thoth, Dehuti, Djeheuty, Djehuti, Hermes, Lord of Magic, Lord of Sesennu, sacred birds, Tat, Techu, Thaut, Thot, Thout, Thouti, Zehuti, Zhouti, Aah(-te-huti), Dhouti, D(j)ehuti, He Zur, Khons, Lord of Sessenu, Lord of Time, Tongue of Ptah, Trismegistus, Greek Hermes, Tahuti, Tehuti, Phoenician Taaut, Esden, udjat, udjat, Eye of Horus, Eye of Horus, Eye of Ra, Eye of Atum, udjat-eye, wedjat eye, Edjo, wedjat-eye or wedjat-eye.
Egyptian - A name of Thoth as the moon, regarded as the weaker eye. On occassion, known as Eye of Horus, Thoth, Thoth, Dehuti, Djeheuty, Djehuti, Hermes, Lord of Magic, Lord of Sesennu, sacred birds, Tat, Techu, Thaut, Thot, Thout, Thouti, Zehuti, Zhouti, Aah(-te-huti), Dhouti, D(j)ehuti, He Zur, Khons, Lord of Sessenu, Lord of Time, Tongue of Ptah, Trismegistus, Greek Hermes, Tahuti, Tehuti, Phoenician Taaut, Esden, udjat, udjat, Eye of Horus, Eye of Horus, Eye of Ra, Eye of Atum, udjat-eye, wedjat eye, Edjo, wedjat-eye or wedjat-eye.

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