Lioness Sekhmet The Goddess portrayed in a bronze statue with a width of 5 cm, height: 17 cm, and depth: 9 cm. Crafted in Luxor in a specialized workshop to capture the essence of her power. Goddess Sekhmet (The lioness goddess) is one of the most powerful deities in Egyptian Mythology.
She is the Goddess of sun, war, destruction, plagues, and healing. Married to God Ptah the god of creation and wisdom and a member of the Memphite triad (cult center in Memphis). She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare.
A goddess of war and the destroyer of the enemies of the sun god Re. Yet she is also associated with healing and medicine. To honor Sekhmet light a candle and some sweet, floral, or spicy incense (amber, sandalwood, frankincense, lotus, or especially Morning Star's iris incense are all good).
Present a meaningful offering. Simple offerings are fine, but should not be hasty or thoughtless.