Egyptian Gods - Eye of Ra
Egyptian Gods - Eye of Ra

Egyptian Gods - Eye of Ra

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The Eye of Ra Candle - the first in our Egyptian Gods series.  The main symbolism of this candle is to: BRING GOOD LUCK AND PROTECTION!  To have the ability to voice OUR truth whilst still having protection and luck against those who would not agree.  A powerful candle for those who need strength and good luck!

The crystal is Lapis Lazuli!  Favoured by the Egptians as much as GOLD! The Pharoahs covered their thrones with Gold and Lapis.  They ground it to a powder and wore as eyeshadow! (do NOT attempt this as Lapis can be toxic!) Associated with the throat chakra and assists in Communication!  It assists to 'bring out the truth!

Additional crystal chips of Citrine!  The prosperity crystal and associated with the Solar Plexus chakra - the energy centre of 'how you SEE yourself".  

The EYE OF RA Candle is to assist you with empowerment.  See yourself as powerful.  Be 'all seeing' to what is around you.  Lapis will 'pull out the truth' and help you to communicate that YOU are powerful, you hear and see all and anything hidden that does NOT serve your hightest good will be revealed and dealt with with!!

Fragranced with Egyptian Amber.



The Egyptian Eye of Ra represented the destructive power of the sun, which nevertheless was one of the most important parts of Egyptian life. This is because it represented all life, since without the sun they would not be able to grow crops and live as a society.

It also represents truth and justice, and its power over nature (life) is seen in many places throughout Egyptian history. It was often used as a symbol of royal authority, along with the crook and flail.

The Eye of Ra was also believed to be able to see anything, which is why it was often placed above doorways or entrances in temples- so that no one could escape its watchful gaze.

Its destructive power can also be seen as a warning against evil deeds; if you did something wrong, then the Eye of Ra would see you and punish you.

Amun-Ra, a God known to the Egyptians as titles such as the “Supreme God” was truly someone who Egyptians dare not offend. Symbolized by the ram expressing fertility and war, two powerful forces that both create and end humans. Originally, Amun-Ra was known as Ra who was recognized as the “Sun God.” He not only created himself, but he was the creator of the entire universe.

The Eye of Ra or Eye of Re is a Being in ancient Egyptian mythology 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.

Ancient Egyptians viewed her as an overprotective mother over her people and land. Also, the Eye of Ra was regarded as the symbol of royal authority and protection, since it was painted on amulets worn by pharaohs to defend themselves against evil entities, spells, or enemies.