I am so pleased to announce the return of NeoPagan Ink! It's been a rough couple of years but I'm back to blogging. And to get things started here is something of my own.
While the ankh is known as an Egyptian symbol for life, or eternal life, its exact origins are hotly debated. Some claim it is a belt buckle belonging to the goddess Isis. Others trace it to ancient cattle culture while still others say is represents the Nile river, lifeblood of Egypt. Whatever its ancient origins it is one of the most popular of all Egyptian symbols, not only among those modern pagans who practice Kemeticism (ancient Egyptian religion) but other pagans and even many non-pagans.