Sarah Vonderhaar Egyptian Zodiac Sign, Sarah Vonderhaar Traditional Egyptian Horoscope
Sarah Vonderhaar'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.
Nut (Nuit, Newet Neuth)
Cow whose great body formed the sky and heavens
Progress and technology
Strict and determined, rarely romantic
Nut, the wife and the mother goddess of Amun. Born in the sign of Nut, considered to be obsessed with progress and technology. Individuals born under the Nut god sign are said to be strict, determined, and rarely romantic. Sky is her translated name, one of the oldest deities, her creation found in a story of Heliopolis. Originally the goddess of sky nighttime. Simple known as sky goddess. Sometime depicted as a cow, forming a great body in the sky and heavens. Ladder was a sacred symbol used by Osiris to enter the heavenly skies. Also considered an Enigma in the mythology world, due to the direct contrast of other mythologies.