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Sekhmet Tattoo sekhmet by soni alcorn-hender. the only way to stop her ...

Sekhmet Tattoo sekhmet by soni alcorn-hender. the only way to stop her .

Lakshmi deusa Hindu da riqueza, prosperidade (material e espiritual ) , luz, sabedoria, da fortuna , a fertilidade , a generosidade e coragem ; e a personificação da beleza, graça e charme

Just to gaze upon the Goddess Lakshmi with a loving heart will bring her blessings to you . Lakshmi ~ the Hindu Goddess ~ "Beloved Goddess, make my eyes ever aware of beauty, make my heart ever open to love.

A3 Goddess Sekhmet Print  Original painting by Amanda Lindupp of Sacredpathart 2015. Acrylic on canvas.  Printed on 350 grams high quality silk card, signed on the back by the artist. Print size A3, 11.5 x 16.5 inches.  Print posted flat. First class tracking.  © does not appear on the actual print.  Thank you for looking.

A3 Goddess Sekhmet Print Original painting by Amanda Lindupp of Sacredpathart 2015. Acrylic on canvas. Printed on 350 grams high quality silk card, signed on the back by the artist. Print size A3, 11.5 x 16.5 inches. Print posted flat. First class tracking. © does not appear on the actual print. Thank you for looking.

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Sekhmet (detail) Katnak

Ancient Egypt: Sekhmet, the lion-headed goddess of war, Sekhmet Temple, Karnak, Egypt.

the Goddess Sekhmet wearing the Solar Crown with the Uraeus; detail from the II Hypostyle Hall of the "Great Temple" of King Sethi I at Abydos

The goddess Sekhmet wearing the Solar Crown with the Uraeus; detail from the II Hypostyle Hall of the "Great Temple" of King Seti I at Abydos.