Oliver Lee Egyptian Zodiac Sign, Oliver Lee Traditional Egyptian Horoscope
Oliver Lee's Egyptian Horoscope
About Egyptian Traditional Horoscope
The Egyptian Zodiac is very similar to the Pharaoh Zodiac system which also uses twelve 12 signs but with minor differences. An example is the Egyptian zodiac uses different signs then the Pharaoh zodiacs. Egyptians had tremendous knowledge of the twelve 12 zodiac signs but are said not to have actually invented them. It is believed the twelve 12 zodiac signs are from the Babylonians. Egyptians gained knowledge from the Greeks about the zodiac signs during the Ptolemaic period, and from this Egyptians differentiated their zodiacal system using different shapes from the ones commonly used today.
Anubis (Anpu, Inpu, Ienpw, Imeut)
Mummification, and the dead on their path through the underworld.
A man with the head of a jackal-like animal. Unlike a real jackal, Anubis head is black, representing his position as a god of the dead. He is rarely shown fully-human, but he is depicted so in the Temple of Abydos of Rameses II. There is a beautiful statue of him as a full jackal in the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Sympathetic, generous, loving, self-confident.
Trying to control others, very emotional.
Anubis, the god of the dead, also the guide of the souls and the god of the Underworld. Born as Anubis, enjoying black humor and prefer solitude. Anubis people also have a close link to the parallel words. Not to mention being very sensitive and emotional. In the nether world, Anubis is the guardian. Individuals born as the Anubis sign are most determined out of all the signs. Self confidence and having the power to make sure everything stays under control makes Anubis people widely respected. Said to be an incredibly Ancient God, Anubis was the original god of the dead, a position which Osiris is now in control of. Anubis later transformed to be one of many Osiris sons, being a psychopomp in the underworld, meaning conductor of souls. His totem is the Jackal. Jackals hunted near the necropolis near the desert throughout Egypt. He is carved in most tombs in Egypt. Anubis duties included watching over the mummification process, making sure everything was done properly. Also testing souls in the underworld of their knowledge of the gods and their faith. Placing their hearts on the Scales of Justice, during the Judging of the heart. Feeding some souls to Ammit.