Your Charm for Monday, May 5th is The Tet

Your Charm for Today

The Tet

Today’s Meaning:
This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistible, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:
The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistible. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremony, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Busiris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stability.

 

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Your Charm for Monday, April 28th is The Tet

Your Charm for Today

The Tet

Today’s Meaning:
This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistible, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:
The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistible. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremony, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Busiris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stability.

Your Charm for Friday, April 4 is The Tet

Your Charm for Today

The Tet
The Tet

 
Today’s Meaning:
This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistable, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:
The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistable. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremoney, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Busiris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stabiltiy.

Your Charm for Wednesday, Jan. 29th is The Tet

Your Charm for Today

The Tet

Today’s Meaning:

This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistible, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:  

The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistible. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremony, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Bus iris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stability.

Your Charm For Today

The Tet

Today’s Meaning:  

This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistible, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:   

The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistible. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremoney, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Busiris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stabiltiy

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Your Charm for August 28 is The Tet

Your Charm for Today

Today’s Meaning:   

This aspect is influenced by someone who finds you irresistible, yet they will say nothing of it.

General Description:

The Tet, or Tat, amulet was most popular with the ancient Egyptians, among whom the power of charms was believed to be irresistible. They were worn to protect the human body, living and dead alike from evil influences, and from attacks of invisible and visible enemies. The Setting up of the Tet (the reconstruction of the body of Osiris the god of vegetation and everlasting life) was a religious ceremony, celebrated annually at Abydos, in Upper Egypt, and in the Delta at Bus iris. Worn as a talisman for protection from evil also for strength and stability.