Egyptian God of the Sky
"If you want to see the Truth... you must be brave enough to look"
Horus was an ancient Egyptian god of the sky, kingship, and protection. He was often depicted as a man with the head of a falcon or a falcon-headed man, symbolizing his connection to the sky. According to ancient Egyptian mythology, Horus was the son of the god Osiris and the goddess Isis, and was considered the rightful heir to his father's throne.
The mythology of Horus is one of the most complex and well-known in ancient Egyptian religion. Horus was involved in a legendary struggle for the throne of Egypt with his uncle, the god Set, who had killed Osiris and seized the throne. Eventually, Horus emerged victorious, avenging his father's death and reclaiming the throne for himself, becoming the ruler of Egypt.
Horus's cult was popular throughout Egypt, and his temple at Edfu was one of the most important religious sites in ancient Egypt, where the annual festival of Horus was celebrated. It was believed that Horus's power could be harnessed through rituals and prayers and many temples were dedicated to him where people would come to receive protection and blessings.