Showing Coven Pride and Loyality
I will hope that all of my Coven members will show tons of coven pride and loyalty! And I will do my best to make sure that you like it here. And another thing is that I will make sure that I will do my best to keep everyone in my coven happy. As your Coven Master, I will always show my coven pride. Always!
Above is our Coven Crest. The Phoenix Bird. Proudly display it on your page. I enjoyed choosing this image to be our Coven Crest and hope that you like it too.
HISTORY OF THE COVEN CREST IMAGE
In Ancient Egyptian Mythology, the Phoenix was known as Bennu or Benu.
Appearance: The Bennu bird was a large imaginary bird resembling a heron. It had two long feathers on the crest of it's head and was often crowned with the Atef crown of Osiris (the White Crown with two ostrich plumes on either side) or with the disk of the sun.
Meaning: The Bennu was the sacred bird of Heliopolis. Bennu probably derives from the word weben, meaning "rise" or "shine." The Bennu was associated with the sun and represented the ba or soul of the sun god, Ra. In the Late Period, the hieroglyph of the bird was used to represent this deity directly. As a symbol of the rising and setting sun, the Bennu was also the lord of the royal jubilee.
The Bennu was also considered a manifestation of the resurrected Osiris and the bird was often shown perched in his sacred willow tree.
The Bennu was known as the legendary Phoenix to the Greeks. Herodotus, the Greek historian, says the following about the Bennu:
"Another sacred bird is the Phoenix; I have not seen a Phoenix myself, except in paintings, for it is very rare and only visits the country (so they say at Heliopolis) only at intervals of five hundred years, on the occasion of the death of the parent bird."
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