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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 83, Ua Zit Summary

Merlin Stone
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Chapter 83, Ua Zit Summary and Analysis

Ua Zit is the Cobra Goddess. She existed before Egypt was born and before the Creation and is known as the Uraeus serpent, the eye that appears on the foreheads of other Egyptian deities and royalty. She is associated with images of Au Set (Isis). Some legends say that she took Au Set as a daughter, protected her in childbirth, and protected Isis's child. Ua Zit is credited with creating the first stylus for recording on papyrus, bone, or clay.

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