Stana Katic Egyptian Zodiac Sign, Stana Katic Traditional Egyptian Horoscope
Stana Katic'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.
Horus (Heru, Hor, Harendotes/Har-nedj-itef, Har-Pa-Neb-Taui)
The living Pharaoh, rulers, law, war, young men, light, the sun, many others depending on the particular variant.
His most common form is that of falcon-headed man, but he is also shown as a falcon, a lion with the head of a falcon, or a sphinx. He is also shown as a falcon resting on the neck of the pharaoh, spreading his wings to either side of the pharaohs head and whispering guidance in his ear.
Optimistic, brilliantly sociable and motivated to win the best in life.
Unrealistic, stubborn and reluctant to confront problems.
The Ancient Egyptian falcon god, Horus, patron of the stars and sky. Born in the sign of Horus, describes being a protector, having a vivid imagination and also being very close to nature. Individuals born as a Horus are hardworking and responsible in life. Also being the god of the shining sun. A Horus would sacrifice his life to avenge his fathers death. A Horus is also courageous. Horus has many forms, as Horus is used for many other number of falcon gods, many which were worshipped all over Egypt. Regarded as the prince of gods. Worshipping of Horus was brought from neighboring tribes, who invaded Egypt and then later settled. Also referred to as god of war. He provided protection to the Pharoahs. There is a popular story about Horus, where he battles against Set to avenge his fathers death Osiris. It is said he continues to battle Set to provide and ensure safety to the world.