Horus was destined to avenge the wrongs done to his father, Osiris.
Because of this, this card is a positive for anybody who feels that they have been oppressed or unjustly treated in life.
Horus represents the creative arts and is also representative of the energies of physical healing. He can sometimes be depicted as a very handsome man with a popular personality. Music and the Arts were attributed to him and beauty in all forms is represented by this card.
This card offers you confidence that your time will come for happy families and a just outcome, should you have been maligned in any way. He won through in the end, and when he appears for you in a reading, then you should too.
Egyptian Symbol: All-seeing eye
Egyptian Identity: Son of Isis and Osiris, Brother of Bast, the redeemer, patron of homes and families
Hieroglyph: The Sahu, or spiritual body
- Physical Healing
- Religious Mania
- Delusions of Grandeur