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Kek Statue by MemeWerks - Egyptian Frog Goddess Heket Statue - Iconic Egyptian Frog Statue

Kek Statue by MemeWerks - Egyptian Frog Goddess Heket Statue - Iconic Egyptian Frog Statue>
Title: Kek Statue by MemeWerks - Egyptian Frog Goddess Heket Statue - Iconic Egyptian Frog Statue
Model: 22
Manufacturer: MemeWerks
Features
  • ☥ WEIGHTY FEEL ☥ When you pick up this statue, you will feel the hefty weight in your hand. This thing is 100% SOLID. How can moloch even compete?
  • ☥ BONDED STONE ☥ A blend of crushed stone and designer resin gives an authentic feel and texture. This statue will stand the test of time.
  • ☥ HAND-PAINTED ☥ You'll notice the bright gold painted sigil, iconic. Black and gold is it's base paint, with green to give an oxidized look. It is finished with a glossy clear coat to give a smooth to the touch feeling and added durability.
  • ☥ SIZE ☥ At 3" tall, this statue is big, but not too big. Fits in the palm of your hand. Looks great on a computer desk. It's easy to show off to your friends and family.
  • ☥ HIGHLY MEMETIC ☥ This statue, with it's look, it's sigils, it's shape, are iconic. Become ONE with it as you post funny memes with your computer on the internet. From primordial chaos to the bringer of dawn, what kind of reality do you desire? What is it that you wish for?
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List Price: $33.33
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Product Description
A faithful recreation of the statue that started it all. A portable praise station for your desk and/or shrine. Praise! Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 664-332 B.C. The Goddess Heket, who was represented in the form of an Egyptian frog or with a frogs head, was worshiped especially in the town of Hew-Wer as the female complement of Khnum. Together with other Gods she assisted in fashioning the child in the womb and presided over the birth in her capacity of midwife. Amulets and scarabs worn by women to protect them during childbirth often bear the image of the Frog Goddess. The life-giving powers of Heket enabled her to be adopted as a benign deity fit to accompany Osiris, in whose temple at Abidos she receives wine from King Seti I and is labeled Mistress of the Two Lands.

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