Well that was associated primarily with agriculture and the agricultural societies. It has to do with the earth. The human woman gives birth just as the earth gives birth to the plants...so woman magic and earth magic are the same.
They are related. And the personification of the energy that gives birth to forms and nourishes forms is properly female. It is in the agricultural world of ancient Mesopotamia, the Egyptian Nile, and in the earlier planting-culture systems that the Goddess is the dominant mythic form.
The image of the Virgin Mary was derived from the image of Isis and her child Horus: "The antique model for the Madonna, actually, is Isis with Horus at her breast.
Like a pregnant goddess who contains within Her womb, an abundant amount of mysteries in egg form waiting to be, so to speak, born into our consciousness. These seed mysteries, in one form at least, are to be found in the visual representation of certain key symbols. One fountain head , is the hieroglyphical emblem.
Many Nubian rulers of that time were pictured with Isis on their crowns. This was considered a homage to her role as the "Queen of All Gods, Goddesses and Women"
Additionally, by the beginning of the twenty-fifth dynasty - the Egyptian dynasty governed by Nubian rulers - the Queen was given the additional role of being a priestess of Nut (Nuit) . This would place the Queen in the role of trusted servant to the goddess known as the eternal mother.
Nut is also the mother of Isis, Osiris, Nephthys, and Set . The close association of the Queen with this figure is significant. Nut is, in the Nubian and Egyptian religions, the mother from which all the current gods and goddesses came. She plays the role of female initiator; the Queen is her trusted confidant on earth.
The Kingdoms of the Nile:
The Goddess Lines - Matriarchs
The Goddesses Lines is the Lines that carry the Throne Heads or in other words the Lines that they were seen as the Sons and Daughters of The Gods – Ra/Ptah/Khnum and, The Matriarchal Goddess Line or Line of the Ancient Mother the Matriarchal direct Bloodlines of the Matriarchal Imperial Throne of Isis.
The Goddess Mother or Imperial Empress. In later years referred to as Mother of Africa, and misinterpreted by most unknowing of how close it was to the reality of that title. Within their Empire and Empire Government there Law is Sacred. To the Nations the Matriarch is their most Supreme Authority that exist, for it is the Lines of their Gods.
Sacred Crown of The Mother
Sacred Crown of The Mother earthly Throne is that of the Sacred Crown of The Mother, Her Wisdom and Power. Symbolising the unity with the Gods and the Power of The Law of the Imperial Mother. Her sign is the Father and Protector of the Mother Empire, The Imperial King. Their title meanings in reflection to the Gods are the origin of the ancient Empire term The Living Gods.
They are the living image of that Above, and so seen. There Greatest Power is there sacred Wisdom, the Sceptre of their Rule. That harmony of Rule is reflected throughout the lines of there generations. The Wife and Goddess Sister of Ra, Mother Ruler of the Universe Empires, Mother Creator and Ruler of the Gods Creation of Life, the Throne of Mother, is a Matriarchal Line.
As such it is said with African culture, the King is the Sign, but the Queen is its Symbol.
The Imperial Lines Imperial Head are since times dawn Matriarchal. They are the image and likeness of the Ancient Mother and Line of The Throne.
As such the Highest Status is that of The Imperial Empress, for through the Mother All of The Nations became to Life. The Imperial Lines of The Throne are seen as One with the Gods, they are in Unity they are, One.
Throne of the King/Pharaoh son of Ra Ruler of the Empires of the Gods Universe of Heavens and co-Regent Supreme Husband and God- Brother of the Goddess Mother, Supreme Father of there Created Nations, The Crown of the Mother His Goddess Wife of The Unity of Ra, His Godly image.
The Royal African Kingdoms are the descendant Kingdoms of the Kush-Nubia Empire of Kingdoms, the very First Kingdoms known to Mankind.
The African Kingdoms cover and cross the Trans-African Borders as they have prior to the formation of National Borders within Africa.
The two Eldest African Kingdom Nations are the Nubian and Nubian-Mande Kingdom Lineages.
Egyptian Gods, Goddesses and Mythology
Ancient Egyptian society treated men and women equally. Women participated in the political, economic, and judicial world of ancient Egypt on the same terms as men. This social system reflects Egyptian mythology, where Goddesses played an equal, if not chief, role.
The primeval mother-figures in the earliest prehistoric Egyptian myths are female. Female deities were kept separate from the males, with their own temples and followers. Egyptian goddesses are also creator deities, and the protectors of the pharaohs in the form of the cobra, vulture, or lioness.
Aahmes married Tuthmosis I and had a daughter named Hatshepsut. Ahmose Nefertari is Queen Hatshepsut's great grand mother.
The Menat- This symbol represents a heavy beaded necklace with a crescent shaped front and a counter piece at the rear. It was a symbol associated with the goddess, Hathor and her son, Ihy. In fact, Hathor was known as the "Great Menat". Hathor used the Menat as a conduit, through which she passes her power. It was representative of joy, life, potency, fertility, birth, and rebirth.
Looking back to Egypt,
Bees were considered tears of the sun-god RA. Here we see a relationship with the sun that we will see later. The bee hieroglyphic is a symbol of Lower Egypt. Because of the sudden appearances of bees they became symbols of death and rebirth. Bees also represented the soul. Honey was often offered to deities.
If we can go back to Egypt quickly, I want to point out that at Memphis, the Memphite theology, the Apis bull was worshipped as the Ba (or spirit or spiritual manifestation) of Ptah, the creator of the universe.
Ptah's symbols were the architect's transit, level, and plumb line. He was the patron of skilled craftsmen and architects.
There are coins from Ephesus from the 5th century B.C. that depict a queen bee as a symbol of the Great Mother. Ephesus was known throughout the ancient world for its temple to the Great Mother Goddess.
In ancient Egypt, the crescent moon was the symbol of Isis, the Mother of the Gods. As the Queen of Egypt, Isis was the protector of motherhood, women, and healer of the sick. She also rules magic.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Consider the Egyptian god of masculine fertility, was the ram’s headed deity, AMON.
And who should be his feminine fertility counterpart goddess, but ISIS
The ancient pictogram for ISIS was once called ‘L’ISA’. Combining the names of these two gods in anagram form we have AMON/L’ISA=Mona Lisa!