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Mighty Isis

Isis, from mural in the tomb of of Seti I in the Valley of the Kings

ISIS WAS AN EGYPTIAN GODDESS representing the universal feminine, comparable to the Roman Venus and Greek Aphrodite. Whoever began calling the jihadi head-choppers ISIS – an acronym for “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria” – did her a horrific disservice. (UPDATED) Continue reading Mighty Isis