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The Eye of Ra is a symbol of the sun god Ra, while the Eye of Horus embodies the god Horus. The Eye of Ra is a right eye, while the Eye of Horus is a left eye. The Eye of Ra is often accompanied by a teardrop or cobra, while the Eye of Horus has markings resembling those of a falcon.


The Eye of Horus was used as a sign of prosperity and protection, derived from the myth of Isis and Osiris. This symbol has an astonishing connection between neuroanatomical structure and function. Artistically, the Eye is comprised of six different parts 

The Eye of Horus is one of the oldest amulets in Egypt. It represents strength, health, safety, life and vigour


the Eye of Ra symbol, which is usually depicted as the right eye and represents power, fury, and violence. In Egyptian mythology, Ra was the god of the sun


that functions as a feminine counterpart to the sun god Ra and a violent force that subdues his enemies. The eye is an extension of Ra's power, equated with the disk of the sun, but it often behaves as an independent goddess.


The Eye of Ra symbolizes Ra's daughter's revenge on mankind and the fury and blood lust behind the act. Its protection is in the form of violence and power. In sharp contrast, the Eye of Horus promises aid and healing to the wearer in the tradition of the moon god Thoth replacing the damaged eye of Horus.

Eye of Horus/Ra Rings

  • All Copper Oxidises over time (gets darker). To deoxidize dip or rub(depending on the sensitivity of your stones) the copper in/with a acidic solution such as Lemon Jucie or Vinegar.

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