DescriptionThe Pharaonic Egyptian Goddess Isis is the symbol and personification of the power of womanhood in all her roles; mother, sister, daughter, wife, friend. She stands amongst the reeds and natural fields of growing plants that thrive around the Temple of Isis at Philae in Upper Egypt. The River Nile flows around her small island Temple. She resides in the natural world, she stands in the fields, on the ground and is inseperable from the earth itself. As woman in all of her guises and phases she is a part of nature, of the glory and power of the divine order and beauty of the world of nature. She is to be respected and dignified, innocent and pure of heart, gentle yet profoundly strong.Her crown carries the symbol of a throne, simply needing to take her place upon the chair of living power to enact her role of divine femininity in all her aspects. Mighty and humble Queen of Earth, mother of many, sister to all.