Wedjat The Eye Of Horus



The awakening of consciousness and inner elevation has always been the central preoccupation of very ancient civilizations: Egyptians, Sumerians, Persians, Celts, Mayans, many ancient peoples have followed this tradition and reproduced this education. Follow me on the trail of signs of awakening. They only show themselves to those who open their third eye.

There is not only the pine cone of the pineal gland to connote awakening in ancient representations. Many other symbols are used in different countries and eras. In Egypt, the Wedjat Eye or the Eye of Horus rather fulfills this function.

It was noted that the drawing of the Eye of Horus clearly evoked the shape of the epiphysis and the complex formed with the hypothalamus, thalamus and the dura at the core of the brain. All anatomical details are in place at real size, impossible to invoke coincidence – no more so, because chance does not exist, coincidences either.

“According to the myth, Horus, son of Isis and Osiris, had lost an eye in battle against his uncle Seth to avenge the murder of his father. During the fight, Seth pulls his left eye, cut and throw the pieces into the Nile. Thoth fished all the songs except one. It compensates miraculously missing fragment to the eye works again.”

This is what the legend tells us about Horus and his lost eye. Now, who said that the eye of Horus was the one lost by Horus? As will see below, Udjat mean anything else, this does not prevent wikimerdia continue without comment: “The Eye of Horus was a magic function related to prevention, restoration of wholeness and vision of the invisible. He was represented on sarcophagi and the chest. The countless Wedjat shaped amulets protected their wearers.

During mummification, the embalmers placed Wedjat on the incisions they had practiced. The Eye of Horus was also painted on the prows of ships, allowing them to “see” and to take their course.” (source)




In the light of this text, the similarity between the Wedjat and the cervical complex of the third eye is voluntary and valuable obviously. It shows us where it stands, and it shows at the same time the anatomical and functional knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. If by chance Dr. Melvin Morse comes to reading this article, I’m sure he will see in the Eye of Horus, as in the cervical device called third eye, the famous direct line to God, according to his successful formula.

Here is the beginning of the article that Wikipedia dedicated to the Eye of Horus “in transliteration of hieroglyphic writing, irt means eye and wḏȝ means to preserve or protect. Irt wedjat or more commonly wedjat in transcription therefore means: preserved eye, the Eye of Horus in this case.”

As it has the bad taste to boast, Wikipedia chose to follow the dominant theory, neglecting at the same time a staggering internal knowledge coming from tradition and fierce science of myths. So, reading the text above, we say “hey? Wikipedia change their tune?”  Because the preserved eye will naturally lead them to the third eye, this subtle eye is preserved inside the brain as in a nest. 

On the contrary, the two eyes are unprotected on the face. So Wikipedia understand the language of birds, it’s new, that! But our joy was short-lived, because after this promising start, Wikipedia became Wiwipedia again: “Egyptologists generally consider the representation of the Eye of Horus is a hybrid of human eye and keen eye: it combines parts of the human eye, conjunctiva, pupil and eyebrow, with likely spots below the eye of the falcon.” 




If resemblance to the Eye of Horus with the thalamus-hypothalamus-pineal complex is obvious, much more than with a falcon eye. That is the way academic is functioning in all its vicious horror. Postgraduate student Lambda learned that it is the eye of Horus, and also that Horus is a falcon.

Without question these two statements inherited from generations of scholars as naive as he, Lambda forget essentially the transcript of Eye of Horus = eye preserved, and consider only the academic interpretation, Eye of Horus, so look human + hawk eye. Like his fellows who will recognize him, Lambda is not a hawk, but a turkey.


But as for you, initiated into the sacred mysteries, take confidence because divine is of origin the race of the mortals and with those who know how to awaken in their soul the divine which slumbers there, nature reveals all things.