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Ankh   The Egyptian ankh Hieroglyph, (symbolized in Egyptian hieroglyphics: ☥ ), also known by  the various names of annealed cross, cross of life, key of  life, Egyptian cross, Nile cross, is a hieroglyph  representing the word ˁnḫ, which means "life". It was used by the ancient Egyptians to symbolize life.  The Egyptians believed that their time on earth was only  a part of a greater eternal life. The cross of life therefore  symbolizes not only mortal existence on Earth, but also  their immortal existence in the afterlife. Its origins and  meanings are not certain.Since the end of the twentieth century, the ânkh is...

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From a spiritual point of view, the ankh represents a key. The key to all hidden knowledge, the key to solving the mysteries of life and death. The loop symbolizes the eternal soul because it has no beginning and no end, the cross represents death. The egyptian ankh cross is a symbol that can be found on various ancient Egyptian artifacts. From the pharaohs’ royal anklets to vase lids, every artifact with a cross or cipher on it has been associated with the egyptian ankh. Although this article will focus on the egyptian ankh cross, we must not overlook other...

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Ankh Tattoo Designs - Meaning of the Egyptian cross symbol Ancient Egypt is considered one of the cultures that created the art of tattooing. Egyptian tattoos are becoming more and more popular in our lives. They are elegant and socially acceptable at the same time. This type of tattoo is really nice and bright images of the old history.  One of the most famous Egyptian tattoos is the Ankh, also known as the Egyptian cross or the key of life. It brings together the ankh cross as a symbol of life and a loop that signifies the infinite or cyclical...

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The ankh (☥; also ansata cross and also known as the key to life), is an ancient and sacred Egyptian symbol. The Ankh cross essentially symbolizes life and immortality. The ankh represents the union of male and female (the opposites) and the eternal cycle of life. The Ancient Egyptians believed that the human soul was made up of five parts: the Ren, the Ba, the Ka, the Sheut, and the Ib. In addition to this, they believed that everyone had a Ba-bird with which they would be reunited after death.. Ancient Egyptians often portrayed and depicted the Egyptian gods and...

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The ankh is a symbol of Egyptian royalty, strength, and wisdom in Ancient Egyptian culture and Ancient Egyptian religion. It is a cross that represents the pharaoh and was used to represent the king’s power. The ankh can be used to represent many different things including the Egyptian god Ra, the sun god Heliopolitan, and the moon mother-goddess Isis. It is also used as a symbol of life in general.The ankh was first discovered in Egypt in the late first millennium BCE. It was believed to have been made from the bones of a dead animal or person. Ankh crosses...

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